Over the last few days, as cannabis took another face plant into the toilet bowl, a ton of money has been looking for somewhere else to go.
If you’re a sports fan in Canada, you have likely seen (or know of) theScore’s (SCR.V) sports-highlights/headlines cable TV channel that once graced the screens of bars across the country, with the sound down and advertising opportunities limited.
I’m about to land at the next Cambridge House extraordinary Future investor conference this week, with more speaking events than I honestly know what to do with. Part of the reason why they’re being tacked on is because we here at Equity.Guru have spent the last year telling you virtual reality/augmented reality is coming to the public markets, and it’ll be big when it happens.
Long time readers know we’ve written a fair amount about the business model of ExeBlock (XBLK.C), a client company of ours in the blockchain space that is developing apps specifically for the Peerplays network.
So I was chatting to a broker this week about companies I like in the blockchain sector, and mentioned eXeBlock Technology (XBLK.C), one of our marketing clients.
What would happen if you put 3,000 monkeys at 3,000 trading desks and gave them $100 each to trade with?Basically a wash if today’s Stockstream Twitch experiment is anything to go by.
My day began lazily Tuesday, as I reached for my phone, taking my first few blinks of the new morning. My usual path is to check the NY Times to see what madness Trump has unleashed overnight, then Facebook and Twitter.
I’ve been waiting for a while on this one. Lottogopher (LOTO.C), a company that allows, for the first time, California lottery players to buy tickets online, is about to land on the Canadian public markets this coming Tuesday.
The $4.9 billion-dollar acquisition of PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker by Montreal-based Amaya Gaming (AYA.T), was the stuff of legends.