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Alberton Acquisition Corporation (ALAC)

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  • D
    DD
    when merger date is announced this will skyrocket. company profile is strong.
  • D
    DD
    most undervalue warrant - time to get in before they announce merger. loading up now. see you at $3
    Bullish
  • K
    Kay
    This SPAC will merge with Solar Max. The Solar energy sector is booming and most probably after merging the common stock will be in rage of $25 ~ $30
    The warrant exercisable to convert to common stock are 2 warrants + $11.5, so it is 1/2 warrant this is why its look cheap.
    Although, if the stock reached $30 the warrant will be in range $4 ~ $5
  • D
    DD
    its a strong company among solar play. will go to $6- 8 range before merger.
    Bullish
  • j
    john
    Global solar will grow beyond expectations and chine will be investing more then anyone else!
  • K
    Kim
    is it promising?
  • g
    gavin
    Am new to investing and Leaning the language as i go along,

    Could some one explain how warrants work.?
  • N
    Nate
    We must just be too early to the game on this one?
  • E
    Eddie
    They had their first meeting in getting this deal done... warrants are dirt cheap I bought a ton. This deal will happen anyone who gets in now please right thank you when deal gets approved
    Bullish
  • J
    Javier Robles
    anyone know what is going with ALAC? it has been up for the last 3 days and I can't any news.
  • B
    Brian
    CFO responded to my request for Investor Presentation. It’s done, they’re reviewing. He expects it to be released this week.
  • G
    Gaurav
    AMCI, one of the most undervalued gems of all the SPACs, has potential compared to none, not even QS which went to $132. Their HT-PEMs are vastly superior to all existing LT-PEMs and likely most automakers will adopt their MEAs because of that. That’s not just it, EV batteries are fine for small applications, like consumer car/truck which needs to run to short distances but when it comes to heavy lifting, FCEVs are the way to go… Aviation, big boats, drones for long-distance, and much more. Advent is one of the most intriguing SPAC I have seen.
    They are not just FCEV company with Nissan, FCEL, UltraCell being some of their big customers but they are partnered with NASA, ESA, Toyota, and many big names like those. But the little known fact that they own not only very advanced FCEV tech but they have IP for Organic solar cells and IoT sensors etc. which puts them at the top of my long term SPAC investment list. They will not just do business but they will eradicate the competition with their superior FCEV tech…
    AMCI, the SPAC, merging with Advent Tech is currently trading extremely cheap and warrants (AMCIW) are even cheaper than dirt. This is a SPAC, you want to do some DD in, and hang in there for a few years. They will be one of the leaders when the Hydrogen economy takes over in a few years. If you have been paying attention, then you must know that many big governments have committed over $1 trillion to develop hydrogen economy and tech… It’s inevitable. And when it becomes one of the hottest sectors in a year or two, you don’t want to be out of it.
  • d
    dustin
    These warrants are trading at over a 50% discount. The commons has healthy volume. Expect a 100% spike in the warrants. Likely by end of week as long as the commons doesn’t lose much ground.
    Bullish
  • s
    steven
    SolarMax Technology, Inc.
    3080 12th Street
    Riverside, California 92507

    January 5, 2020

    To our stockholders:

    On October 27, 2020, we signed an agreement and plan of merger pursuant to which SolarMax Technology, Inc. (“SolarMax”) will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alberton Acquisition Corporation (“Alberton”) and the SolarMax stockholders will receive stock of Alberton valued at $300,000,000 (the “Merger”). Alberton is a SPAC, which is a special purpose acquisition corporation formed to complete a business combination with an operating company. Its stock is listed on The Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbol ALAC.

    On December 30, 2020, Alberton filed a registration statement on Form S-4 (File No. 333-251825) (the “Registration Statement”) with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) in connection with meetings of stockholders of Alberton and SolarMax. The registration statement is available at https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1748621/000121390020045430/ea131972-s4_albertonacq.htm. The Registration Statement, when Nasdaq has approved the continued listing of Alberton’s stock on The Nasdaq Capital Market following the Merger and the SEC has declared the registration statement effective, will be used as a proxy statement pursuant for a special meeting of our stockholders which we will hold in 2021. The Merger is subject to the stockholder approval of SolarMax and Alberton. The Registration Statement contains information about the terms of the Merger, risk factors concerning Alberton and SolarMax, and the business and management of Alberton and SolarMax, including information as to the interest of Alberton’s and SolarMax’ directors interest in the Merger.

    Our board of directors believes that the Merger is in the best interest of SolarMax and its stockholders. When completed, the Merger should provide SolarMax with funding and our stockholders with a publicly traded stock.

    We urge you to read the documents filed or to be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission because they contain important information. You can get the registration statement and other documents that are filed with the SEC for free at the SEC’s website, www.sec.gov, and you can obtain copies of the documents from us at SolarMax Technology, Inc., 3080 12th Street, Riverside, California 92507, Attention: Stephen Brown, Chief Financial Officer.

    This communication does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities or a solicitation of any vote or proxy in favor of the Merger, nor shall there be any sale of securities in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of such jurisdiction.

    Very truly yours,

    David Hsu
    Chief Executive Officer
  • K
    Kay
    Solar Max
  • S
    Samson
    Please be aware warrants are 2:1 so 2 warrants to buy one share. So basically the warrants you have, you actually have half.
    Neutral
  • P
    Putjeschepper015
    Can someone explain to me why there are 3 different listings/shares for Alberton?
  • S
    Short Burner
    Just opened a good position at $13.05. Let's hope everything goes well :)
    Bullish
  • K
    Kay
    The solar companies are exploding north, this will merge with solar company which has revenue and earning and good market share.
    This should by now over $16
  • Y
    Young
    why isn't this one getting any volume or attention?