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Buzz on the Bullboards: New Kings on the Block


Omri Wallach Omri Wallach, Stockhouse
0 Comments| August 29, 2019

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It’s the end of Summer! Well, technically not until Sept. 21, but the upcoming Labour Day long weekend marks the return to school for some and the return to business for others.

The Stockhouse Bullboards is one place where users, readers, and potential investors alike gather to see what companies the community is discussing. Which is on the way up? Which is on the way down? Which is in the perfect place to buy?

This week, our review takes a look at some old favourites and new faces alike as the most-viewed Bullboards charts get shaken up.



It’s been a long time since a company other than Bombardier (TSX:BBD.B) has taken the top spot on the industrial Bullboards most-viewed chart, but dynaCERT Inc. (TSX-V:DYA, Forum) managed the task. The manufacturer of carbon emission reduction technology is no stranger to the Bullboards but an impressive week elevated it to the top.


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On Aug. 22, DYA updated shareholders on its increasing number of patents, and four days later it secured European approval for its hydrogen technology. Shares climbed on the approval news from $0.425 on Aug. 23 to $0.51 on Aug. 27.


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For the DYA Bullboard, the discussion revolved around what’s next. The company and its technology have been gaining steam and are undoubtedly on the minds of many other companies in the industry. Stockhouse Member iceman is one that believes that if dynaCERT continues to climb, it’s only a matter of time before someone swoops in.

Or a big player in DEF and Crude buys them out and buries the technology. Stranger things have happened. I believe some of their previous issues was due to such players attempting to undermine them. Now if they continue momentum with sales and seamless installations in a timely manner they will 100% be a take over target if not already.



The metals and mining Bullboards saw a very different story. Many regular favorites retained good positions, but from out of nowhere, a newcomer in Stans Energy Corp. (TSX-V:HRE, Forum) took the top spot. How did it manage to draw so much attention on Stockhouse? Usually that means big gains or losses, and unfortunately for Stans Energy, it suffered from the latter.


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Shares of HRE dropped from $0.09 at the start of the week to $0.025, a 72.2% drop. The big news surrounding the exploration company was that it won an arbitration case against the Kyrgyz Republic, where it had acquired the rights to a mine. Unfortunately, the win was significantly less than what was expected, and the subsequent drop in shares caused Stans Energy to clarify that it would appeal.

But after a long legal battle that ended up only earning the company $24 million (instead of its claims for more than $200 million), the HRE Bullboard was grasping to figure out what the company could still do. While some sounded alarms that the end was near, Stockhouse Member bobodolen123456 urged for management to shift focus.

“We do not need to go another 2 years, legal action has taken us nowhere, especially that they will not accept any legal outcome, STANS get this over with, settle for a license and close the books, we were a $3+ with no production in the past and based on rare earth shortages in the coming future we can be there again with a license, i believe the government wants a piece of the pie, give them 50 mil shares at todays price is $1,2500,000, that is alot less than any legal action, do not know how that works out with the legal councel.”
(Po?st: RE:Stans - FYI)



Taking the top spot on the technology Bullboards consistently is a tough feat, but The Score Inc. (TSX-V:SCR, Forum) has managed it yet again. The digital platform company is coming off a massive week which saw shares increase from $0.49 on Aug. 15 to a high of $0.67 on Aug. 21, but has since settled around $0.60.


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The big news for SCR was another win for its sport betting platform. On Aug. 16, the company announced initial approval for its app to operate in New Jersey, with final approval coming through on Aug. 26.

But despite the good news, the discussion on The Score’s Bullboards reflects the reality that when shares hit new highs, investors try to figure out if this is the new peak. Considering many of the company’s platforms still have a lot of expansion to go, Stockhouse Member StolenGoods believes they haven’t hit the top just yet.

“My issue with your 'built in" statement is the SP should be double where it currently sits given the recent developments...ask yourself, how is this not at an all time high yet? This stock was valued higher during the fantasy runup which to me suggests it is grossly undervalued at these levels.”
(Po?st: RE:News)



Our last sector highlight this week is Healthcare, where Viemed Healthcare Inc. (TSX:VMD, Forum) made a return to the most-viewed Bullboards chart after a very long absence. VMD hasn’t had the best of Augusts, with shares continuing a prolonged drop last week from $8.88 on Aug. 20 to $8.07 on Aug. 23 before recovering to start a new week.


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But on the news front, Viemed has been quiet. Back on Aug. 8 it announced listing on the NASDAQ, and a day later released an underwhelming quarterly report. No news for two and a half weeks might not seem bad, but with shares dropping, it can seem scary.

The chart for VMD looks bad on a 3M scale, but the company has prospered over the last year, and Bullboard discussions centered around whether or not it can reclaim that growth. Stockhouse Member ramman1 was one of many saying that despite the last quarter, the company could recover (and some news wouldn’t hurt).

“This was a darling with the 40% y/y growth, then comes a Q (bad by some ) , (required by others), where the company has to build forward to support new initiatives. I was dis-appointed , but I fully realize what the company says. ---NOW:: Its up to the company to issue reports, ''more the better'', that the growth anticipated is back on track. American broker houses and investors want to hear news, they want it often, and they dont want excuses”
(Po?st: Its all about direction/perception ,in the markets)


While we didn’t get to the top cannabis or energy Bullboards this week, you can head over to our Buzz-on-the-Bullboards section to see which companies topped the charts (hint: lots of familiar faces).

Over the last few weeks, Stockhouse readers have had the chance to have their voices be heard in our Investor Pulse Poll. We asked which resource companies you’d want to see Stockhouse invite to an online conference and the response was overwhelming.



Our next poll looks now to the future, and specifically, the future in tech. Many companies and news headlines are pushing innovations in technology, and we want to know which you think make for the best investment opportunity. Which of these trendy technolgoies catch your eye? Head to the homepage to vote or click the image below.


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Next week is a shorter trading week, so it might be a bit quieter. At the same time, the discussions on the Stockhouse Bullboards will be alive and kicking, especially if some companies try to tuck some bad news into a long weekend, so come back next week to find out what the community is talking about! For previous editions of Buzz on the Bullboards: click here.


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