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Buzz on the Bullboards: Big Draws and New Stars


Omri Wallach Omri Wallach, Stockhouse
0 Comments| September 19, 2019


We’re halfway through September! Although the fall season hasn’t officially started in terms of the weather, the business world and Bullboards have certainly picked up in activity.

Every week we track the most-viewed Bullboards in each sector and bring you some of the highlights. What companies are catching the community’s eye (or ire)? What are the talking points for investors on Stockhouse?

This week we look at three companies that have earned spots on the charts. One is a well-known cannabis giant, one is a technology favorite at Stockhouse, and one is a rising company in the industrials Bullboards.



It’s a line that we say often and it bears repeating: topping the Bullboards is impressive for any company. For the most-popular sector, cannabis, many of the major operators and rising stars have sizeable followings. One sure way to top the chart? Quarterly results, which is how Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB, Forum) landed the top spot by a healthy margin.


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Not a stranger to the top 6 but usually not the star, last Wednesday, ACB released fiscal results for the fourth quarter and fiscal 2019 year. After missing revenue targets, shares dropped from $8.51 on Sept. 11 to $6.99 on Sept. 17, though it doesn’t look all bad for Aurora.


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Following the fiscal results announcement, the ACB Bullboard has been extremely active as users debate the news and try to make their own analyses. One holdup for Stockhouse Members like Raguu17 is a lack of clarity on how purchases have helped (or hampered) the company.

“The fact management hasn't spoken to any of the value of any of their purchases speaks volumes.

Their communication with the market is pathetic at best. In an emerging industry where people are looking for them to fail providing any excuse will result in what we are seeing…

How’s RTI doing? Have you heard anything about SUN, Denmark or how many build outs Larrsons is doing? How’s that UFC thing going?, any progress? AUSA, are they on course? What’s the angle?

At this point management pretending they have some sort of great secret to keep is costing us shareholders. The market doesn't believe they have something in the works. The market simply doesn't believe them...” 
(Po​st: RE:I like ACB but that MedReleaf purchase looks pretty bad!!!)



On the other end of the spectrum from the billion-dollar-cap ACB is the far smaller Fandom Sports Media Corp. (CSE:FDM, Forum). The most-viewed companies on the technology Bullboards vary from flavor-of-the-week to long-term favorite, and FDM is very much the latter. The app-based entertainment company has solidified its spot on the top-6 tech companies even as shares have struggled to make big moves.


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Of course, playing at low prices means dealing with major relative swings. Even though FDM has only fluctuated between $0.04 and $0.035 over the last week, that still reflects a swing of around 13%. And on the news front the company hasn’t given much to work with since closing a private placement on Aug. 23.

Given the lack of news, the Bullboard has instead been focusing on what the company should be doing. An NHL franchise partnership and esports development long in the works sound promising, but nowhere in sight for Stockhouse Members like 416Investor that have started to lose faith.

“Well if they keep on this track I’d agree bankruptcy is coming. I really was hoping to tell people about the sports app as I know many who would enjoy such thing, but I really don’t know where the company stands with anything so I’m holding off. As shareholders we need today what was promised months ago with out any changes in direction. Show us the revenues FDM!” 
(Po​st: RE:Wait)



Our last highlight for this week is on the industrials Bullboards, where among the perennial favorites of Stockhouse, Mission Ready Solutions Inc. (TSX-V:MRS, Forum) has claimed a consistent spot on the top 6. The US-based defense vendor has climbed into the chart over the past few weeks and gained an impressive following.  


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Last week was a strong one for the company, with shares rising from $0.175 to $0.2 after a decline during the summer. Most recently, MRS presented at the NY Investor Summit following an August corporate update on the growth of its vendor arm.

The company’s Bullboard has been extremely active discussing one major question: will MRS be able to deliver? While the debate went back and forth, Stockhouse Member robmiller seemed certain that the next round of news would be about warrants.

“MRS and the warrant holders will have the discussion to extend the warrant date or expire it look at all the other TSX.V companies, I have known of a few that seem to extend endlessly!...”
(Po​st: RE:$ 1.8 million to MRS this week - Fireworks Thurs/Friday)
 
Finally, this coming weekend Vancouver will host the Extraordinary Futures Conference and Stockhouse will be there covering the latest developments in the technology sector. To get ready, we asked our readers which innovative tech is the most interesting as an investment. Here are the results so far!



We’re going to keep the poll open until next week, so if you haven’t replied yet please head over to the homepage and add your input. Seeing A.I. in the lead so far isn’t too surprising but anti-aging has also drawn an impressive amount of interest.


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Next week we’ll open a new poll and look at some of the sectors we haven’t seen in a while, but you can find up-to-date info for each sector under the Opinion tab. Until then, look forward to our next review of the latest in hot Bullboards and discussion points. For previous editions of Buzz on the Bullboards: click here.
 

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FULL DISCLOSURE: Mission Ready Solutions Inc. is a client of Stockhouse Publishing.



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