Three technology companies, plus a medical-device maker, are showing strong technical momentum.

Lattice Semiconductor Corp. LSCC, +1.27% gained 53 cents to $19.73 on 1.8 million shares traded Thursday. The move, on no news from the company and following through on Wednesday’s rally, positioned the stock at the top of its five-week sideways channel. A break through this top near the intraday high at $20.42 could accelerate the stock toward $26.

Sonos Inc. SONO, -2.68% rose 19 cents to $14.90 on 3.2 million shares traded Thursday, 2 1/2 times its average volume, after gaining 4% on Wednesday. The speaker maker unveiled a new home speaker that doesn’t have an internal microphone, thus addressing privacy concerns. The stock is in a steep rising channel off its August low below $10, with next targets at $16 and then $18.

Twitter Inc. TWTR, +0.26% popped $1.94, or 4.4%, to $45.30 on 19.3 million shares traded Thursday. The move, on nearly 1 1/2 times its average volume, broke the stock out of a month-long, high-level consolidation. Watch for a move to the channel top near $47.50-$48.

InMode Ltd. INMD, -9.66%, our lone non-technology stock, continued higher Thursday, up $1.45 to $26.72 on strong volume of 1.7 million shares traded. The stock is up from last week’s close at $19.90 on bullish coverage initiation of the medical-device company by several Wall Street firms. The move has broken the stock out of a two-week flag that followed its post-IPO pop. The rising channel top points to $31-$32. Watch support at Thursday’s low near $25.50.

See Harry’s video-chart analysis on these stocks.

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