The company completed an initial public offering (IPO) in late January 2019 with shares priced at 20 cents each.
If the shares hit $2.00, this will mean IPO investors have x10 their investment in less than 1.5 months.
Often shares will take a breather after three strong performing days but this hasn't been the case with the buy-now, pay-later company.
Last Wednesday, the stock finished up 13.5% at $1.215 and proceeded to put on 8.0% on Thursday and 9.4% on Friday to close at $1.565.
Today the stock is up 24% to $1.94, powering higher since this morning's open at $1.65.