Shares of Strikeforce Technologies Inc (OTCMKTS:SFOR) are moving higher on Thursday after news. Will it keep going?
As of 12:14 PM, SFOR is trading higher by 8.80% at $0.065. More than 8.06 million shares have changed hands on 557 trades. After opening at $0.065, the stock touched a high and low of $0.070 and $0.059 respectively.
StrikeForce Technologies Up Listed to the OTCQB
StrikeForce released news this morning before the market opened. The company’s shares are now approved for trading on the OTCQB Markets Group.
- StrikeForce Technologies expects the remainder of 2021 to be a strong year, featuring our latest purchase of CRS and the release of thier SafeVchat™ Secure Video Conference service, including PrivacyLoK™.
- Bolstering SafeVchat’s growth are new features being developed and tested for release to meet the needs of our corporate customers looking to switch from Zoom, Microsoft Teams and others, to a more secure platform that StrikeForce Technologies is developing.
“StrikeForce has always strived to be a fully reporting company. Even while trading on the Pink Sheets, we found it critical for investor confidence to report financial and other regulatory filings through the OTC Markets,” says Mark L. Kay CEO of StrikeForce Technologies.
SFOR continues to trade sideways after giving up all its February gains. The stock is currently slightly above its 5 day moving average but below the rest. SFOR needs to close above .084 to see any significant rally. Potential pivot points are .066, .073 and .084 above and .055, .051 and .04 below.