2 Emerging Technology Stocks That Could Spark New Industry Trends

CORAL GABLES, FL / ACCESSWIRE / March 29, 2018 / U.S. index futures jumped on Thursday. Investors await key inflation data and technology stocks have seen a recovery during the early part of the premarket session. This follows a roller coaster week for Wall Street.

Tom Ognar the portfolio manager of the $4.5-billion Wells Fargo Growth Fund beat 93 per cent of peers over the past year. Ognar is unmoved "Think of things like your thermostat that used to be pretty basic and analogue. Now you can control them with your phone," said Ognar. "Your coffee machine, your coffee maker -- it's a huge secular shift that hopefully will continue to put up sustainable growth."

Companies are finding unique opportunities in this space and some have seen increases in price and volume include Block One Capital (OTCQB: BKPPF) and Avinger, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVGR)

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Block One Capital (BKPPF) is an investment company focused on high growth opportunities in the blockchain and digital currency mining sector. Recently the company announced an update on its Finzat Block LLC. The company is a US-based mortgage blockchain company and it is currently working to streamline and digitize the US mortgage market.

Block One Capital has built an investment portfolio through an offering of class leading investments across multiple segments of this new industry that include both blockchain technology and cryptocurrency mining. Finzat has specifically targeted the mortgage industry, which is a $9.9 trillion sector. Block One Capital is looking to transform the US mortgage collateral and compliance marketplace as we know it, by applying advanced blockchain principles. Over the last several weeks, shares of Block One have seen some of their most active trading sessions since entering the public space as prices have hovered between $0.50-$0.60.

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Avinger, Inc. has targeted a bit of a different side of the technology industry. The company is a leading developer of innovative treatments for peripheral artery disease. This morning they announced that Arne Schwindt, M.D., a vascular surgeon at St. Franziskus Hospital in M√ľnster, Germany, successfully treated the first three patients with the extended nosecone version of the next generation Pantheris Lumivascular atherectomy system (A400EX).

"We appreciate Dr. Schwindt's continued partnership with us in our objective to improve physician user experience with our technology while continuing to generate positive patient outcomes," said Jeff Soinski, Avinger's president and CEO. "Dr. Schwindt's feedback will continue to be invaluable as we launch our Pantheris next generation platform in additional sites both in the EU and in the US, once we receive FDA 510(k) clearance."

Shares were up sharply during premarket trading on Thursday morning.

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