It hasn't been a bad half decade for LendingTree.
Shares of the online loan company have risen some 1,400 percent in the past five years, making it the best performing stock in the broad S&P 1500 index.
Even after that incredible rally, some traders believe the stock continues to have upside potential.
"I would continue to hold my position here in the stock," said Craig Johnson, technical analyst with Piper Jaffray. "At this point, you're not overbought yet."
Friday on CNBC's "Trading Nation," Johnson pointed out that the stock's "major uptrend" remains intact, and said he would continue to be bullish on the $83 stock so long as it manages to hold the $70 level.
The analyst community, meanwhile, is markedly bullish on the stock. The median analyst price target is $130, according to FactSet, which implies a more than 50 percent rally from current levels.