MDJM (MDJH) Moves Down in Pre-Market Trading for August 3

Equities Staff  |

MDJM Ltd (NASDAQ:MDJH) has already dropped $-0.7307 in early trading Wednesday.

After closing the previous trading session at $3.42, MDJM has moved 21.36% lower ahead of market open.

The company rose 90.04% over the last 5 days.

Today could shape up to be a busy day for MDJM investors.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on MDJM Ltd visit the company profile.

Pre-market prices and movements as of 08:19:03 est.

About MDJM Ltd

With branch offices in Tianjin, Chengdu, Suzhou, and Yangzhou, China, MDJH provides primary real estate agency services to real estate developer clients, as well as as-needed real estate consulting and independent training services. The Company also provides tourism development services, including real estate marketing and planning services, real estate agency services, and advertisement planning services.

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