If your current quarantine situation hasn't left you thinking about new ways to make money out of a new socially distanced world, you're probably still watching Tiger King. Blackhawk Growth Corp (BLR.C) isn't a name on many people's lips through the COVID-19 crisis, but that's a good thing if you, like me, enjoy ultra-low priced pubcos with the potential to break out.
Indiva (NDVA.V) received Health Canada’s approval for their license amendment today, allowing them to add another 10,000 square feet of production space for edible gummies and chocolates.
Last week, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak allowed the shops to continue at-home deliveries because marijuana is considered an "essential business", reported The Reno Gazette, “Much like the grocery stores trying to fill orders for rice and potatoes, cannabis retailers cannot fill marijuana delivery orders fast enough.”
Sona Nanotech (SONA.C) gets an international distributor for their COVID-19 rapid response detection test
Sona Nanotech (SONA.C) entered into service and supply agreements with a European-based contract organization to manufacture its COVID-19 rapid response virus detection test yesterday.
CloudMD Software and Services (DOC.C) has expanded the reach of its telemedicine app, CloudMD, to service Ontarians.
The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic brought on and continues to bring on some serious questions for every segment of the market, and that includes cryptocurrency. Within two days, Bitcoin was slashed in half as investors pulled their money out in droves and it seemed that almost overnight the question of whether or not Bitcoin was a safe-haven currency had been resolved. But neither was gold. The sharp truth was that panic had set in and nothing and no one was safe from this new economic reality.
Revive Therapeutics (RVV.C) intends to advance its product pipeline to human clinical studies in regions where its products have already acquired regulatory approval and are approved for sale.
“Last Mile’s OJO chain is growing fast, and in a controlled, responsible, and municipally welcomed fashion,” stated Equity Guru’s Chris Parry on March 13, 2020, “It’s a half billion dollar company in the making, in a $9 million market cap package”.
Digital Farms, the crypto mining subsidiary of DPW Holdings (DPW.NYSE), has permanently closed its doors crying about the hashrate, even despite market recovery.
Bitcoin’s volatility is hard to gauge. Minor spikes and dips happen all the time, and what cryptocurrency enthusiasts consider to be minor are catastrophic and atmospheric bounces to traditional stocks and bonds. But when the shit hits the fan it really distributes the proceeds widely, as we saw earlier this month as the effects of the coronavirus caused a monumental dive in Bitcoin’s fortunes. Since then, though, it’s been in recovery. First in drips and drabs, and then occasionally in large 10% bounces and finally to where we are today, with Bitcoin’s price resting at roughly between $9,000 and $9,500, which is up from its lowest point three weeks ago at $6,773.20.