In this sometimes bizarre microcap world we exist in, we’re often presented with ideas and plans that, at first glance, look like craziness.
Last week I was in Toronto for the Cantech Investor Conference and had a blast at what has quickly become an important date on the North American investor conference calendar.
A few years back, I wrote about Helius Medical Technologies (HSM.T), which I heard about from Fabrice Taylor, and liked a lot as a long term biotech play.
Back when it was dragging its ass along the road at $0.10 a share, we told you – again and again – that Reliq Health Technologies (RHT.V) was doing actual business with a big fat upside.
I’ve noticed a subtle change in the order of things lately that, while it may seem a small thing, it’s actually a sign of something much bigger.
A while back I wrote about a little company called (among other things) Reliq Health Technologies (RHT.V). The company started as one thing (mobile security), shifted to another (tracking and networking health care equipment) before eventually evolving into a telemedicine tech play.
A 5-year $400m deal with a government agency is generally a company maker, especially for a company with a $5 million market cap. So if the Mission Ready Services (MRS.V) news that went out Wednesday is to be taken at face value, today’s 209% (at the time of writing) stock price increase might be just the beginning.
In 1998, a 42-year-old Canadian entrepreneur named Chip Wilson observed the surging popularity of Yoga classes and realised that there was no equipment, no uniform, no auxiliary sales to financially exploit the modern fitness trend.
Am hearing unconfirmed buzz that something’s happening with Helius Medical Technologies (HSM.T) right now, and the stock is certainly indicating that might be the case.
Keir Reynolds’ fashion accessory shingle Mezzi (MZI.V) has been a work in progress since it debuted, but in a short conversation today, arranged by Rob Barber at Mackie, Reynolds outlaid a good number of milestones achieved that I figure warrant an update to his story.