NAMASTE: CITRON HAS EXPOSED COMPLETE FRAUD THAT UNDERPINS THE ‘BUSINESS’ OF NAMASTE.
Citron Research, 04 October 2020
Let us start by explaining to readers that in our 17 years of publishing, Citron has exposed more corporate fraud than any non-government agency in the world. Rarely in its history has Citron seen a fraud so blatant: for context, we honestly view Sean Dollinger as a walking securities violation. If Namaste was a US traded company it would be halted and Dollinger would probably face criminal charges. Citron hopes that in the best interest of protecting investors, the TSXV halts trading until questions can be answered relating to direct fraud that is illustrated in this report. This will most certainly reach the hands of Namaste’s new auditors (which have joined at an odd time).
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What happened to Namaste Technologies (TSXV: N)
Ted Ohashi, 13 February 2019
QUESTION: What’s happening with Namaste Technologies (TSXV: N). I know it was one of your top recommendations a few years ago and then you cooled on it. Now I read the founder and CEO is fired by the Board and his uncle the Chairman is selling stock.
ANSWER: There’s no joy in kicking someone when they are down so that is not my objective. I often talk about the importance of management in the investment decision making process and Namaste Technologies (TSXV: N) is an excellent case in point. But the point of it is although reports by those much abhorred short sellers who write hatchet jobs on companies that describe in graphic terms why they believe a stock is extremely overvalued. But time and time again, they do provide a valuable service.
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A Bull Market in Stock Bashing and 12 Stories from New Cannabis Ventures
Alan Brochstein, 06 May 2018
With so much interest in the the cannabis sector, we have noticed an increase in the number of bearish pieces on publicly-traded companies on platforms like Seeking Alpha. This week, for instance, an article called for an 80% decline in Namaste Technologies. The same writer, “Grumpy Bear Research”, took a shot at Isodiol International in the prior week. Many of the leading LPs in Canada have been the subject of these attacks as well, including, most recently, Aphria.
We aren’t going to weigh in on the validity of the arguments made or our views of these companies, but we do want to discuss the bigger picture. Many, though certainly not all, of these articles are very well researched and bring out information that is new to many investors in the company, often a reflection of the lack of due diligence done by retail investors and the void in negative research published by the Canadian investment banking firms that cover the space.
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