Could this legit be what Costello is up to? Same location as Manufacturing 360 and in $RVDO filings.
So Manufacturing 360 claims to own a large $RVDO stake
The address on Manufacturing 360 is listed as Washington state.. but check this out:
Address here is listed as Coachella CA.
So we google that address and it verifies Manufacture 360 as Coachella
$RNWF On A Breakout today, DD points towards majority stakeholder in $RVDO possibly becoming a holding company with other companies underneath it. Right now it is all speculation, and hearsay, but the connections are becoming too apparent to ignore. Could the company also be holding shares in $GRNF? Time will tell.
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Phivida is definitely experiencing downward pressure but watch out for a big upward move after the consolidation of this triangle. VIDA is a play that you want to have your buy and sell orders preset because when it moves it goes fast! This is not trading advice.
VIDA is definitely trading within a range also represented by a node of high volume. While this can be considered "neutral", watch for MACRO conditions to pull this pot stock to new lows if things get real bad. You may find the RSI helpful in observing direction here as it's already hinting something.
Tickers VIDA (Canada) and PHVAF (USA) have been in trouble for a bit. Tons of failed descending wedge breakouts over this last year, which was an inherently bearish sign during a bull run. I think with global supply chain gluts and the corona-virus threats we will see this descending triangle break down to near few penny's, specifically $0.02 or less. On the rare...
Does this potentially indicate a bottom for NBEV? There's a nice rounding bottom that may form a cup & handle
A cup and handle price pattern on bar charts resembles a cup and handle where the cup is in the shape of a "U" and the handle has a slight downward drift.
A cup and handle is considered a bullish continuation pattern and is used to identify buying...
Phivida is a major CBD Canadian energy drink manufacture, who is clearly high in debt but has a great product, sales and decent market share. Fundamentally I have no idea if they can survive long term, but it does seem that they have come off all time lows and are now rising.
Interesting, is the fact that the US ticker PHVAF does tend to be more volatile than...