On Monday, we released an article on Liberated Syndication Inc (OOTC:LSYN), a company that provides domain name registration, podcasts and web hosting services in the United States and internationally. What was a lost cause in FABU, a defunct company with no stated operations, has now turned into a very interesting story in LSYN. Shareholders could be thrust into owning a legitimately profitable company in a burgeoning industry ripe for growth on many metrics. We have taken a closer look into the company’s future prospects, its valuation and potential financials going forward. You can read our full article here.
Also, on Monday, Origin Agritech Limited (NASDAQ:SEED), an agriculture technology and rural e-commerce company entered into a cooperation agreement with a government entity to form a new Company focused on SEED’s GMO assets. In addition, according to the company’s 20-F, it completed its previously announced share subscription transaction with Tiger Fund, where about 1.4 million shares were issued at an average price of $5.54 per share. The company’s shares outstanding after this transaction is estimated to be ~4.9 million. We started to opine to members on the likelihood of the company receiving a coveted governmental GMO license.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, a Run-to-One candidate released its shareholder letter through the mail – the contents of which put the name back on the radar for us.
On Thursday, we noted that Mtech Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ:MTEC) proposed merger with MJ Freeway was nearing and likely to close. Additionally, on a call, MJ Freeway’s CEO Jessica Billingsley stated that they have 50% of the votes already in, and of those votes, 99% are in favor of the merger closing. She implied that she is not concerned at all about the deal closing. MTEC’s investor presentation revealed some positive information arbitrage and we offered snapshots from the presentation to our members.
On Friday, we informed premium members that we established a long position in one of the 20 companies Maj interviewed at the LD Microcap conference in LA.