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Valour Inc. (DEFTF)

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0.1658+0.0038 (+2.35%)
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  • E
    Early b
    $0.15 by Friday
  • S
    Swampwalker
    I just keep buying...
  • J
    JohnnyWallStreet
    The reason why this keeps falling is because of their dept. Only way you can get your money back is to put it in BIGG and leave it until it gets back to $2.
  • S
    Swampwalker
    from the ripoff report the same site Tommy is citing LOL, sounds to me like Tommy might actually be Adam Zuckerman.

    " Adam Zuckerman, (suspected alias, John Dire and likely author of this report) has been attempting to extort both SDK Meta and Valour for months now. It is rumoured that his lawyers fired him, and Adam has now resorted to alternative methods to attempt to extort both Valour, SDK and the individuals mentioned in the article.

    Adam is a known felon has been convicted of fraud and both he and all his aliases are well known by authorities as well as by the Ripoff Report. "
  • J
    JohnnyWallStreet
    So glad I sold this way back when it was over $2. cause I would be cryin that's for sure. Good chance this may never come back.
  • T
    Tommy
    DEFI/VALOUR FALSE SHARE INFLATION SCHEME - EVERY SHAREHOLDER COULD BE ENTITLED TO REWARD:

    CEO of Valour Inc. - Russell Starr, Orchestrates Scheme with Network Marketers Costing Shareholders More than $150M in Losses

    CEO, Russell Starr of Valour Inc. (DEFTF) may be implicated by authorities as the chief architect of an international fraud scheme tied to an Arizona-based network marketing group, costing investors upwards in $150 million in losses to date.

    Based on confirmed evidence reviewed and vetted, Starr self-anointed himself as Executive Chairman and CEO of Valour (formerly known as DeFi Technologies, Inc.) and remains the single largest shareholder of Valour. Starr had direct ties to insiders, including founder Wouter Witvoet and Dianna Biggs, and forced his way into power to protect his own shares. But his aspirations did not end there.

    Starr seized the helm to further exploit and conspire with a group of highly unsophisticated network marketing promoters, based in Arizona, California, and Nevada, to illegally promote the artificial buying of Valour stock. And indeed, they did. This group of marketers not only lacked investment acumen, holding no FINRA credentials as licensed broker dealers, but used their vast network of vitamin and soap salesmen to artificially inflate shares of Valour using inside information provided by Starr and other executives.
  • D
    DonaldJ
    Now that Valour CEO Tommy Fransson has left that could be a fatal blow.

    Only $5mm in cash left on the books. Blowing through $4mm in cash per quarter and will be forced to issue shares to raise money in the very near future.

    Many long-term shareholders will be jumping ship now that Tommy has left because there is zero confidence in Russell’s ability to execute.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if share prices goes below .20 in next 2 weeks and potentially worse if they announce dilution.

    Problem is, at these prices they are going to have to issue a helluva lot of shares to raise any meaningful amount of money.

    If they want to raise $10mm they’d have to issue 50mm shares or 25% dilution.
  • E
    Early b
    this will fall below 25 cents
  • D
    DonaldJ
    Staking and lending revenue down to $1.6mm, but expenses are still high at over $5mm this quarter.

    DEFTF burned through another $4mm in cash in Q2 and now only has $5mm in cash on the books.

    The fact of the matter is cash is dwindling, expenses are still high and there is no near term path to profitability unless crypto reverses back to ATH.

    Even if crypto reverses, staking/lending revenue won’t be enough to cover the high expenses so DEFTF will inevitably be forced to raise money likely in Q4.
    Neutral
  • d
    david
    Scooped up 1000 this morn. Inflation peaking and thats great news for defi stocks! Let's go get your ticket before they're all sold! 1x upside coming!! 10x at next btc bull run
  • E
    Early b
    but will be lowering my average
  • E
    Early b
    looking 👍
  • M
    MrPunchy
    today jumped up yipee
  • C
    Charles
    Confirming predicted trading range of between $0.50 - $0.30
    After a month, back to 'square-one'.
    Good old days are gone!
  • K
    Kevin
    DO SOMETHING
  • C
    Charles
    Looks like pumping and manipulation by traders are over. Likely to see the stock trade down to the $0.35 range again soon?!
  • J
    Jean-Sébastien
    What's happening
  • Z
    Zrqtz
    2X soon?
    Bullish
  • E
    Early b
    can't wait to see this back to $3 Canadian
  • j
    james
    Man oh man am I ever up on this one, I’ve been holding (HODL) DEFI TECH since it’s bottom in July, just want to shout out to all the people that believe in DeFi and you know what?, even Teeka Tiwari whom I don’t subscribe, but I listened to what he had to say about the Defi space and Defi Technologies and watch his interviews with Executive Chairman Russell Star on YouTube. I’m smart enough to know that these YouTube videos are scripted and strictly for informational purposes. It was through my DD in crypto that I started peaked my interest in DeFi. As I dug deeper and learned more about decentralized finance “DeFi”. I soon started looking for ways to invest into the DeFi space and decided to take a closer look at publicly traded companies that were investing or involved in this space. Thankfully I found about DeFi Technologies and I think it was through an i interview with Kevin O’Leary that the name popped up, I searched it and there it was!, this was a couple months before the WonderFi IPO and before WNDR.NE also became another one of my DEFI related holdings. As it is now I hold a lot of conviction towards these two companies because of their DeFi pipeline and how they plan to initiate and utilize these digital assets.
    Bullish
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