32 sites in prime locations.
Like a prior poster said, the big boys not selling here. There buying.
Many other tiny float stocks have skyrocketed recently.
With the booming marijuana sector I am only surprised it took IGC so long to move.
The last time MEA did an equity offering it was for a very small amount around a few million dollars. This indicates that they have ready access to capital if they need it, but they don't need a lot of funding as there core business is basically close to EBITDA positive.
Anything is possible, but they have no debt, and incredibly strong patent portfolio. My guess is just a large fund liquidating.
XXII knows there stock is insanely undervalued, if they did issue any more shares would be at much higher prices.
XXII wil show up as top weekly % gainer on NASDAQ, increasing exposure.
Lots of traders looking to reinvest profits from bull market in next hot stock.
XXII is the REAL DEAL: Revolutionary patented product in MULTI BILLION DOLLAR MARKET.
450 stores in Spain is just the beginning. Company said it will expand in many other European countries this year.
Companies like VLTC and VGGL have doubled or tripled in a few days on far lesser news and prospects than XXII.
All the ducks are in a row for a rapid climb to $2:
Biggest news in XXII history, profiled by the Street and a red hot stock market.
Bankrupt? Too funny.
YUMA has one ol the most deleveraged balance sheets in the sector and is exposed to natural gas and oil and has lots of undeveloped acreage they could sell in a heartbeat.
There are about 50 energy stocks I follow that would go bankrupt before YUMA.