Early premarket on October 3, 2022, a little known small cap engineering company announced it had received an unusually large contract which increased its revenue by 20 percent. LevelFields alerted members. The stock rose 45% over the next few months.
Early premarket on October 3, 2022, a little known small cap engineering company announced it had received an unusually large contract which increased its revenue by 20 percent. LevelFields' AI read and relayed the information to LevelFields members via an email alert and platform notification.
Fluor Corporation, through its subsidiaries, provides engineering, procurement, construction, fabrication and modularization, operation, maintenance and asset integrity, and project management services worldwide. It operates through six segments: Energy & Chemicals; Mining & Industrial; Infrastructure & Power; Government; Diversified Services; and Other.
The contract was a turning point for FLR. Bucking the trend of the falling S&P 500 index, Fluor stock went on a massive run, rising over 45% over the next four months. During the same period, the S&P 500 returned 10 percent - a welcomed run but a fraction of the return of FLR over the same period.
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