5 Tech Stocks to Buy Trading Under $10 That Could Be Huge 2021 Winners


This is a solid bet for aggressive investors looking for an emerging markets idea. IClick Interactive Asia Group Ltd. (NASDAQ: ICLK) provides online marketing services in the People’s Republic of China and internationally.

IClick offers iAudience, an audience identification solution that allows marketers to search, identify and customize their targeted audience to generate or enhance brand awareness, as well as iAccess and iActivation, an audience engagement and activation solution tailored for brand awareness-driven and performance-driven campaigns. Its iExpress is the lite version of iAccess solution for small and medium-sized enterprises, while iNsights is an online campaign results monitoring and measurement solution, and iExperience is a content creation solution.

The company also provides mobile marketing solutions, which are non-search engine marketing solutions to identify, engage and activate audience on mobile apps, as well as monitor and measure the results of online marketing activities on such channels. It has other solutions that focus on identifying, engaging and activating audience on non-mobile app content distribution channels comprising PC banner displays, PC video advertisements and search engine marketing. In addition, it offers enterprise solutions that help clients collate information from various consumer touchpoints and integrate them into a single data management platform to drive sales and marketing decisions to new retail, online education, real estate and other sectors.

The $12 Alliance Global target price compares with an $11.71 consensus estimate. Shares have risen above $7 recently.

Limelight Networks

This stock looks to have bottomed recently and could be ready for a sizable move higher. Limelight Networks Inc. (NASDAQ: LLNW) offers services and solutions for businesses to deliver their digital content across the internet, mobile, social and other digital initiatives. It operates edge services platform that provides content delivery services, video content management services, performance services for website and web application acceleration and security, professional services, cloud storage and edge computing services, as well as sells equipment.

Limelight Networks also offers professional services and other infrastructure services, such as transit and rack space services. It serves media companies operating in the television, music, radio, newspaper, magazine, movie, gaming, software and social media industries, as well as enterprises, technology companies and government entities conducting business online.

B. Riley has a $7 price objective that is in line with the $6.97 consensus figure. The shares rallied past the $4 level recently.


This company has gone through numerous transformations over the past 20 years and is poised for potential strong growth. Zix Corp. (NASDAQ: ZIXI) provides email encryption, data loss prevention, threat protection, archiving and bring-your-own-device mobile security solutions for the health care, financial services, insurance and government industries primarily in the United States.

The company offers Advanced Email Threat Protection, a cloud-based service that defends organizations from zero-day malware, ransomware, phishing, CEO fraud, W-2 phishing attacks, spams and viruses in email, as well as its Information Archive, a cloud-based email retention solution that enables user retrieval, compliance and e-discovery. Its Email Encryption Service allows a user to send encrypted email to any email user anywhere and on any Internet-enabled device. And it has cloud-based cybersecurity solutions and e-signatures and secure file sharing solutions. It serves the health care, financial services, insurance and government sectors.

Wedbush has set a gigantic $9.90 price target. The consensus target is higher at $10.75, but the stock has been trading above $7.

These are five stocks for very aggressive investors looking to get share-count leverage with stocks that have sizable upside potential. While not suited for all investors, these are not penny stocks with absolutely no track record or liquidity, and other major Wall Street firms also have research coverage.