Vericity (VERY) Loses 5.21% on May 13

Equities Staff  |

Vericity Inc (NASDAQ: VERY) shares have fallen 5.21%, or $0.385 per share, as on 10:34:48 est today. Opening the day at $7.13, 829 shares of Vericity have exchanged hands and the stock has moved between $7.13 and $7.00.  

Already this year the company has moved YTD 6.39%.

Vericity expects its next earnings on 2022-05-16.

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

About Vericity Inc

Vericity, Inc.,through its subsidiaries, Fidelity Life Association and eFinancial, LLC, provides life insurance protection targeted to the middle American market. Through innovation in product design and distribution that provides access to the middle market, including call center and web-enabled sales and underwriting processes, quick issuance of policies and an emphasis on products not medically underwritten at the time of sale, the company seeks to make life insurance more affordable for the middle market.

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