Through December 31, 2020 We had several reasons to start awarding double stock back in November. Amongst them was that our stock was trading at less than half of the offering price of $.18/share (the offering price is the price we must use to calculate how much stock you get when you earn stock from … Continue reading Double Stock Back Extended
A graph that moves up and to the right radically is often called a “hockey stick”. The interpretation of a hockey stick graph highly depends on the subject. New infections? A Bad Thing. Stock price or new members? A Good Thing. I’m happy to share some graphs with you. This is not MNPI (material non … Continue reading Hockey Sticks
This post is just for fun and education. I like to use three different sites to watch the stock price of RWRDP. Normally, they’re exactly the same. Today, not so much. Here’s what ETRADE shows: Here’s what the OTC site shows (it’s my favorite today, any guesses why?): The above image also shows why the … Continue reading Same data, different numbers
The election season is finally over, holiday season shopping has begun, and my curiousity about our stock price movement and shopping activity is piqued. Does our stock price going up help motivate people to shop at iConsumer? My gut says that it does. That would be causation. We’re more exciting, people like to get in … Continue reading Correlation vs. Causation
Letter from a Shareholder I love letters from our shareholders. Sometimes the answers involve information that, to be fair to all investors and prospective investors, should be published to everybody at the same time. Sometimes there are great suggestions that everybody should think about. Thus this post. Ryan P writes (and I’ve slightly edited): In … Continue reading Did We Impress?
During our last webinar we got a great question. Should I buy RWRDP on the stock market, or buy it direct from iConsumer? Quick Answer If you’re going to invest a small amount (hundreds, not thousands), buy on the market (if the price is right). It’s easier and faster, not to mention you’ll probably get … Continue reading Buy RWRDP Direct or Buy on the OTC Market?