Integrated Ventures Inc (OTCMKTS:EMSF) is a company in transition once again. The narrative pivot this time around is quite interesting and worth a look. The company just announced, basically simultaneously, that it was acquiring the assets of AgroPharma Laboratories (“a reliable and established revenue-generating manufacturer and distributor of industrial chemicals with a goal of becoming a dominant player in the nutritional, personal care, pharmaceutical, and specialty chemical supply chains”) and has signed an NDA with a private company for the purposes of purchasing a license to grow and distribute marijuana.
Those two ideas are hardly independent. The clear implication is that the infrastructural assets of the chemical firm can be handily paired with the license for pot to launch a serious player in the cannabis production space. Now, our job is to decide if this is reality or just a trick of the light because, at this point, according to this whole story, the company just signed a letter of interest and a non-disclosure agreement. Any company could go do that at any time with no consequences or risk. There are no necessary repercussions to either of those actions. They don’t necessarily mean anything at all will change for the company. So, take this with a healthy side of skepticism. That said, this could be a genuine process underway. But this step is not the point at which we can conclude all that much.
Integrated Ventures Inc (OTCMKTS:EMSF) was EMS Find and then Paradigm Group. It is now Integrated Ventures, and could be on the move again. The company trumpets itself as a Holdings Company focused on acquiring, operating, investing in revenue generating businesses, primarily in healthcare, transportation, e-commerce and consumer goods markets, with seasoned management team, solid operating histories, minimum debt, high growth potential and tangible assets, designed to mitigate investor risk.
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EMSF provides a business consulting services along with developing unique initiatives for private companies and creating liquidity through asset based infrastructure and senior level support. The management team’s goal is to serve each client through comprehensive strategies, designed to incorporate a multitude of business platforms and market sectors, allowing the client to maintain ongoing operations by securing growth capital, designed to maintain a strong presence in their niche market sectors, while enhancing this process by a multitude of initiatives secured as a subsidiary of a parent company.
According to company materials, “EMSF acquires, invests and operates revenue generating companies, primarily in the health care, mobile technologies, transportation and consumer goods markets that have a seasoned management team, solid operating histories, minimum debt, high growth potential and tangible assets, designed to mitigate investor risk. The Company is focused on implementing unique business strategies, on creating liquidity through asset based infrastructure, on supporting and improving operations, on securing and infusing growth capital, on maintaining and expanding a market presence in their niche sectors, while constantly enhancing this process by a multitude of initiatives.”
As noted above, EMSF recently made a pair of moves that could be read a couple different ways. From one point of view, the company has presented us with two puzzle pieces that add up, in theory, to a potential “big deal”, and the emergence of a possible new leading play in the cannabis production space.
However, from another standpoint, the company has presented us with a series of words in a press release, and two documents that now carry company officer signatures, but would mean nothing if not pursued further. They cost the company nothing. They carry no consequences whatsoever.
That said, the strategy, whichever it is, has already been a raging success. Those with significant equity ownership of the stock have nearly tripled their money since the press release hit the wires.
Steve Rubakh, CEO, states, “We are continually evaluating business opportunities and looking to build up our portfolio and very excited about these two extremely synergistic transactions. We plan to register the combined entity under a new name of AgroPharmacia. The solid infrastructure that currently exists with APL will act as a launching pad for expansion of its market share and will facilitate an entry into high growth markets.”
In all, the chart shows 200% added to share values of the name over the past month of action, a bounce that has taken root amid largely bearish action over the larger time frame. That said, EMSF has a track record that includes a number of dramatic bounces. Furthermore, the listing has seen interest climb, with an increase in recent trading volume of nearly 530% beyond its prior sustained average level.
At this time, carrying a capital value in the market of $1.75M, Integrated Ventures Inc (OTCMKTS:EMSF) has virtually no cash on the books, which must be weighed relative to about $259K in total current liabilities. One should also note that debt has been growing over recent quarters. The company is pre-revenue at this point. We will update the story again soon as further details emerge. For continuing coverage on shares of $EMSF stock, as well as our other hot stock picks, sign up for our free newsletter today and get our next hot stock pick!
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