AcuityAds has a 95 per cent upside, says Echelon Wealth

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Digital advertising company AcuityAds Holdings (AcuityAds Stock Quote, Chart TSXV:AT) is in the right place at the right time, says analyst Rob Goff of Echelon Wealth Partners, who argues that secular growth in the programmatic ad industry supports his reiterated “Speculative Buy” rating and $2.30 target price for AT. On Thursday, Goff released a client […]

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