After a strong start, 2021 obliterated Canadian sub-$100 million market cap stocks. As of November 30, the median stock in this group was trading at only ~38% of its 52-week highs.
Not down 38% – DOWN 62%!
As Jeff Bezos said over 20 years ago:
“The stock is not the company. And the company is not the stock.”
The same is true for THIS list of Canadian micro- and small cap names that have been pounded by 2021 tax loss selling.
In Part 1 of our interview with Real Luck Group (TSXV:LUCK, OTCQB:LUKEF) CEO Thomas Rosander, we learned about his: esports and gaming background and what brought him to Real Luck Group; strategy to grow the Company, and; past successes implementing what he calls...
Since his days at gaming company Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA), Thomas Rosander has thought about the massive opportunity from combining the large, growing esports audience with betting. Now, as Real Luck Group’s new CEO, he has the opportunity and the tools to execute upon his vision, implementing a proven strategy he used at prior companies to grow players and revenues via a nuanced and data-driven marketing approach.
At the forefront, Streaming Video Games is a Real and Growing PastimeSerious Business behind the Fun and Games In our December 2020 Luckbox (private) – Meet the CEO report, Luckbox (TSXV:LUCK) CEO Quentin Martin shared how the suspension of traditional sports leagues...