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Can these Performers keep Performing?

14:07, 26th January 2024
Justin Waite
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Taking Stock on Friday 26th January 2024

Can these Performers keep Performing?

If winners keep on winning these companies are worth looking at because they are at their 52 week highs.

Companies mentioned on, "Taking Stock" today:

04:20 4Imprint #FOUR
06:00 Cranswick #CWK 
06:45 & 51:00 Warpaint London #W7L 
11:20 Time Finance #TIME 
12:50 Cairn Homes #CRN 
14:00 Autotrader #AUTO 
14:50 Motorpoint #MOTR 
18:00 Avon Protection #AVON 
22:10 Chill Brands #CHLL 
22:39 Global Petroleum #GBP 
23:00 Predator Oil & Gas #PRD 
23:30 AFC Energy #AFC 
24:30 On The Beach #OTB 
27:50 Helium One #HE1 
28:50 CT Automotive #CTA 
32:09 Hargreaves’s Lansdown #HL. 
34:55 Learning Technologies #LTG 
40:44 & 52:15 Titon Holdings #TON 
42:00 Silver Bullet Data Services #SBDS 
43:40 Michelmersh Brick Holdings #MBH 
43:50 Brickability Group #BRCK
44:00 Forterra #FORT 
45:15 Active Energy #AEG 
46:05 & 52:17 Coral Products #CRU 
51:50 Haydale Graphene #HAYD 

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