Most people here have been looking for more institutional ownership to increase visibility and demand. Well this is called increased institutional ownership. I doubt that they are accumulating hundreds of thousands of shares for a short term gain only to dump those shares. They obviously see solid reasons to invest that heavily in HYGS. Enjoy the moment and look for more.
I don't know what it means, but this is from their site: "PwC Canada provides industry-focused assurance, advisory and tax services to public, private and government clients in all markets."
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Look at the short posting history for these 2 clowns (probably the same poster). Obviously shills pumping QTWW. Both are going on Ignore.
This is an amazing hydrogen powered drone that flies at 65,000 feet and can stay aloft for 4 days (soon to become 10 days). It is powered by 2 Ford Ranger truck engines that run on hydrogen. I don't know if HYGS is involved, but it's worth Googling to see a glimpse into the future. It sheds a new look at another hydrogen technology. This drone is INCREDIBLE!
If you weren't such an absolutely COMPLETE MORON, you would know that LNCO is up over 700% in a week! Go peddle your spam somewhere else.
That sounds good, but consider the source. I've been following LNCO which is an oil related stock that fell from the $30's down to the 20 something cent range. THEN Zacks went to a Sell rating (just a few days ago). On the very next day, LNCO started exploding and is now trading over $1.50. Kind of makes one question their reliability.
The shares they bought have made an awesome return in a very short time. I couldn't care less what the did with their own money. It has no impact on me, but the money they spent buying back shares has sure produced a nice return for the shareholders.
In the past I have stated here that these presentations have had no lasting positive influence on the stock price and that has proven to be true. However, I believe that this particular presentation will be different, barring any overly negative earnings surprises. This time we have many exciting new developments to announce, along with the addition of Sara Elford to the Board of Directors. Her reputation as well as her extensive contacts will provide credibility and higher visibility to HYGS and our enormous potential. Hopefully this will be the push we need to put us in the spotlight. GLTA!
Although it sounds like a good idea, I see it as another foot in the door for more government intervention. The free market should determine which is best. The less government the better.