Catalyst

A stock catalyst is a press release, news story, analyst revision, or any event that can cause the price of a stock to move. Examples of common catalysts are: an earnings report, FDA action, an offer to buy a company or merge, a big contract, an analyst revision, an activist investor, or a lawsuit.

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