LM Funding America (LMFA) Falls 6.12% on August 4

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LM Funding America Inc (NASDAQ: LMFA) has dropped $0.071 (6.12%) and is currently sitting at $1.09, as of 11:57:38 est on August 4.

37,149 shares have exchanged hands.

The Company is up 20.83% over the last 5 days and shares gained 52.93% over the last 30 days.

LM Funding America expects its next earnings on 2022-08-15.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on LM Funding America visit the company profile.

About LM Funding America Inc

LM Funding America, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, is a technology-based specialty finance company that provides funding to nonprofit community associations (Associations) primarily located in the state of Florida, as well as in the states of Washington, Colorado and Illinois by funding a certain portion of the associations' rights to delinquent accounts that are selected by the Associations arising from unpaid Association assessments.

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