VFC's Stock House: Investors Taking Notice Of Celsius' Calorie-Burning Benefits
(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 07, 2012 ) New York, NY -- Over the course of 2012, Celsius Holdings (CELH) has initiated a new PR campaign while also registering a stability in revenues not seen for years. Last week, as noted by VFC's Stock House, an information and research outlet that brings ideas and opens discussions to a broad spectrum of investors, saw increased trading volume enter the stock, which could be a sign that investors may be starting to take notice again of this company's potential growth story.
Last week's volume spike makes shares of Celsius Holdings (CELH) again a stock watch. Earlier this year the stock was bouncing between twenty and thirty cents, but recently the range has mainly been betweent thirty and forty. Although still limping along in terms of investor interest and stock exposure, the company has made some recent strides at stabilizing the cash flow and solidifying the next PR push. The logical next step would be to capitalize on that renewed PR push while looking to expand sales beyond the $2.5 million number registered last quarter.
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