TWOH Could Be The Next Pandemic Stock To Take Off 🚀🚀📱📱

OTC:TWOH   Two Hands Corporation

Two Hands Corporation (TWOH)

Alert Price: $0.0032

Float: 403.86M

As we mentioned earlier, we are coming off another successful week of trading, one in which our members had the opportunity to secure up to +3,480% in realistic profit!

We are happy to announce that we have just identified another fantastic trade idea with monster gain potential.

Please turn your immediate attention to Two Hands Corporation (TWOH).

This small-cap company could explode as Wall Street learns about its game changing app that meets the new demand for online delivery due to the pandemic.

Current Bullish Catalysts:

Operates in a global mobile application market size that was valued at $106.27 billion in 2018, and projected to reach $407.31 billion by 2026
Will be presenting at the 13th annual LD Micro Main Event investor conference on Tuesday, December 15.
Officially launched their new online grocery delivery application that will aid their client with their product distribution and order processing to meet new demand for online delivery due to the pandemic.
Has a razor thin float
Working for approval of being listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE)
As millions of people shelter at home during the pandemic, demand for online grocery delivery has boomed!

TWOH is meeting this demand head on with the launch of their GoCart Online Grocery Delivery set of applications.

This could easily be our next trade idea to double in price, so we suggest you start your research now, and add it to the top of your watchlist immediately.

About Two Hands Corporation:

Two Hands Corporation is a custom application development company with proven numerous technological competencies in digital technologies. The company delivers diversified and top-quality solutions to companies in North America. Please visit their website


GOCART.CITY, a division of Two Hands Corp. is an online grocery delivery marketplace that services the Greater Toronto Area. They curate and deliver the freshest produce and specialty foods in Southern Ontario. To learn more about GOCART.CITY, please visit the company website

GOCART APP is officially Live
TWOH has officially launched the mobile version of its' online grocery delivery service. Now available on both Android and iOS, shoppers can now enjoy the same high quality and convenience using their mobile device.

GOCART.CITY offers farm fresh, artisanal, and specialty grocery selection, delivered right to your doorstep. From the comfort of their own home, customers can easily select their choice of fresh produce, quality cut fruits and vegetables, and wide range of day-to-day grocery items.

The app is integrated with Google and Apple Pay for safe and secure transactions.

"We wanted to create an experience that was unparalleled from the rest, and that starts at how we source our food," says Two Hands Chief Executive Officer, Nadav Elituv." "We pride ourselves on having a direct connection with farms and food producers to ensure the utmost safety for our customers, from sourcing to handling to delivering. All of our products are sustainably sourced, locally and hygienically packaged, and delivered to each customer with absolute care."

According to a February 2020 report by CBC, online grocery delivery is expected to grow anywhere between 5-7% over the next decade, which equates to nearly $15 billion worth of business.

For customers interested in using GOCART.CITY, they can do so by searching GOCART.CITY in the App Store or Google Play, or visit their website

The US Grocery Delivery Market Is Set To Explode

In the U.S., a mere 3 percent of grocery spending takes place online today.
A new study by Bain & Co. in collaboration with Google finds shoppers are still reluctant to try delivery services and often don’t stick with them.
But the firm predicts grocery delivery will ultimately take off as companies continue to invest in it.
In the U.S., a mere 3 percent of grocery spending takes place online today. Americans haven’t been as quick to jump on board with placing their grocery orders from their computers or smartphones, especially when compared with markets like the U.K. and South Korea, where online grocery penetration can be as high as 15 percent.

Only a quarter of consumers have tried an online grocery service in the past year, according to a new survey of more than 8,000 U.S. grocery shoppers completed by consulting group Bain & Co. in collaboration with Google. And only 26 percent of those shoppers, or 6 percent of all U.S. consumers, went on to say they order groceries online more than once a month. Instead, most Americans are taking multiple trips to the grocery store each week.

“We’ve been early adopters in this country in almost every other retail category,” Bain & Co. partner Stephen Caine said. “We know online grocery will explode at some point.”

For now, though, grocery chains like Albertsons and Ahold Delhaize and delivery providers like Instacart and FreshDirect alike are grappling with how to get more shoppers to take advantage of their services. Fear of Amazon’s dominance has pushed many companies to make these investments, even if they eat into profits.

“If one retailer is doing it, the others need to offer it,” Stewart Samuel, program director at food and consumer goods research organization IGD, said. “It does have the potential to bring in new customers to your business. ... Retailers wouldn’t be expanding at this pace if customers weren’t responding.”

Could TWOH Be The Next Instacart?

Grocery delivery apps like Instacart are reportedly turning a profit thanks to stay-at-home practices

Instacart Will Reportedly Make $10M Net Profit in April Due to Coronavirus Sales Boost.

As millions of people shelter at home during the coronavirus pandemic, demand for grocery delivery has exploded, with an estimated one-third of shoppers buying groceries online, according to a survey. Given this surge in demand, it should not be a surprise to learn that grocery delivery apps are benefiting. Instacart, which recently hired 300,000 additional workers and seeks to hire another 250,000 over the next two months, has reportedly seen its first profit this past month, as reported by the Information.

Per the Information, Instacart sold $700 million worth of groceries per week in the first two weeks of April, an increase of 450 percent from December. The company expects to make a net profit of $10 million in April, according to the report.

With this market still in its infant stage, there is plenty of opportunity for a company like TWOH to grab a significant piece of the profit pie.

TWOH Is Highly Diversified And Operates In Several Booming Markets

Two Hands Corp Lab is an organic hemp based CB cultivator located in Colombia. We are vertically integrated, producing from seed to wholesaler. We will create the highest quality CB extract derivatives to exported and purchased.

TWOH announced that it has agreed to purchase 100% of the license to grow, export, hold cannabis and CBD derivatives in Colombia from Plantro Inc S.A.S.

Once the genetics have been approved and the remainder of the conditions placed on Plantro S.A.S. are satisfied we expect to close the transaction and utilize the license to its full potential.

CEO of Two Hands, Nadav Elituv commented, “As part of our agreement the Plantro S.A.S. team has been assisting with the initial construction of our Greenhouses on the first hectare located in the center of Bogota Savannah in Madrid, Colombia. The greenhouses now house the initial test harvests of nearly 600 plants comprised of 10 different genetic strains to be evaluated by the ICA."

The Cannabidiol (CBD) industry has been called the next "Gold Rush" of our generation. Rarely has an industry exploded at the kind of speed that CBD has.

Hemp Industry Daily projects hemp-derived CBD retail sales will surge to as much as $7.5BIL by 2023!

Two Hands Co-parenting App is the product of years of searching for the ideal solution that will reduce the stress and worries of co-parenting. This application fulfills our mission and vision that focuses on organization and communication to improve family relationships despite a divorce.

Two Hands Gone allows you to send encrypted text messages right from your phone, combining military-grade security, confidentiality, and privacy – with the utmost convenience, right at your fingertips.

Market Outlook

COVID-19 Could Change The Grocery Industry Forever

The outbreak of coronavirus is pushing Americans to buy their groceries online, a development that could have a lasting effect on the supermarket industry.

While shopping for books and electronics online and ordering dinner through delivery apps have become staples of American life, most customers still prefer to purchase their meat and vegetables at the store. Last year, just 4% of grocery sales in the United States came online, according to Nielsen.

However, with shoppers stuck in their homes in the wake of the virus, online grocery shopping is exploding. Downloads of Instacart, Walmart's grocery app and Shipt increased 218%, 160%, and 124% respectively last Sunday compared with a year prior.

"We are seeing a larger percentage of customers over the age of 60 that are coming online," said JJ Fleeman, chief e-commerce officer for Ahold Delhaize in the United States, which owns brands like Stop & Shop, Food Lion and the online delivery service Peapod. "We're seeing a lot of new customers coming into the channel."

"Consumer behaviors always shift in times of disaster," said Doug Baker, vice president of industry relations at FMI, a trade group for food retailers. "People are learning new skills and how to shop online as a result of what we're experiencing today."

Maria Alvarado in Phoenix usually shops in person for groceries at Walmart or Safeway, but she tried ordering online last week for the first time through Walmart's in-store pickup option. She plans to keep using the service.

"Once things go back to normal, I will probably use online again," she said. "It was really easy."

Big grocers like Walmart, Albertsons, Stop & Shop, Meijer, Hy-Vee and others have been experimenting with new ways to fulfill online orders in recent years. They have increasingly looked to technology to reduce costs and keep aisles from jamming up with shoppers and workers picking customers' orders.

Grocers have been building automated mini-warehouses inside their stores and opening up "dark stores" — locations that look like supermarkets but are closed to customers — to make deliveries and prepare pickup orders.

Yet the crush of demand in the wake of coronavirus has overwhelmed grocers' delivery and pickup networks, causing long waits, cancellations and outages in some parts of the country.

"The surge in online grocery orders is causing operational difficulties," said Bill Bishop, CEO of grocery consulting firm Brick Meets Click.

Grocers are scrambling to adjust and hiring workers to keep up.

Fleeman from Ahold Delhaize said the company was adding "web servers to help us process the increased demand" and offering more windows for customers to pickup their orders or get delivery.

This shift online during the crisis may reshape the supermarket industry by helping large grocers consolidate their grip, experts predict.

"We see this unfortunate period accelerating structural changes in consumer shopping," possibly by five years, said Seth Sigman, analyst at Credit Suisse, wrote in a report. "This is driving significant growth in new customers" to Walmart (WMT).

Consumers adopting online grocery shopping may add to the pressure small and mid-sized grocers already face, analysts say. These smaller chains don't have as much capital to invest in building out their delivery infrastructure. And delivery is less profitable for grocers than traditional purchases in stores.

Coronavirus "may hasten the adoption" of online delivery and pickup, touching off long-term challenges for smaller chains earlier than expected, Kelly Bania, analyst for BMO Capital Markets, said in a research report this week.
Technical Analysis

TWOH Has A Razor Thin Float And Tremendous Upside Potential

We did our very own technical analysis, and see the potential for a major move from here.

Bullish Indicators:

Bullish move above mid-point
Fibonacci retracement targets
Spike in volume results in a bullish wedge break
Indicators signaling a continuation
Short cover signal as the MACD bullishly crosses above zero-line
Histogram rising in strong trajectory

You'll be happy to know that TWOH has a history of big breakouts in the short term that could be attributed to the stock's small float.

For example, at the end of March 2019, share prices were as low as $.032. On April 8th, shares hit a high of $.118!

This was a move of over +250% in less than two weeks!

Share prices were as low as $.075 in January 2020, and hit as high as $.25 that same month for a gain of over +230% in just a few days!

In fact, it looks like most months TWOH has seen some wild breakouts.

In February share prices went from a low of $.077 to a high of $.27 in a few days for a move of about +250%!

If TWOH share prices were to head back to February's high of $.27, it would represent potential upside of approx. +8,337%!

The Bottom Line

TWOH is shaping up to be the perfect pandemic related tech play.

We are anticipating a positive reaction from the Street regarding the launch of their GoCart brand of grocery delivery applications

It has a well recorded history of breakouts, and could see huge move in the very near future

This could easily be our next trade idea to double in price, so we suggest you start your research now, and add it to the top of your watchlist immediately.

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