Investing in almost any food stock has been extremely profitable for the past 20 years.
If you’ve been keeping an eye on TWOH for a while, now might be the time to make a leap. Its prosperous future outlook isn’t fully reflected in the current share price yet.
Two Hands Corporation (OTC: TWOH) is a food distribution company through three on-demand food brands, Gocart.City, Grocery Originals, and Cuore Food Services.
Two Hands Corp’s Gocart.city division, announced that it has expanded its groceries to students’ program.
Through this new program, university students residing in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) will be able to receive a $50 voucher for their grocery purchases when using Gocart.city.
The company also recently announced that Sales for the first three weeks of October have now exceeded all orders in July and August.
“The company has begun to scale its business, our team has been working hard to roll out new programs and it has been very successful”, commented Nadav Elituv, Chief Executive Officer.
Nadav Elituv continues, “We are building on our existing retail and wholesale while adding new areas of distribution that will allow us to scale the business. We remain focus on revenue growth to support building shareholder value.”
TWOH shares recently pulled back from its recent highs. Pullbacks are not only healthy and normal during a market uptrend, but also shake out short-term profit-takers and set up stocks for another rally higher. Pullbacks can create solid investment opportunities for those who can manage the patience required.
Let’s look at 3 specific occasions to confirm that pullbacks are great opportunities.
(1.) Back on August 26th of 2020, TWOH opened at $.0032 and surged to a high of $.013. That move saw this profile run 306% intraday.
(2.) Finally, and more importantly, TWOH ran from a December 4th, 2020 low of $.0017 to a high of $.0087 on December 14th, 2020. That week and a half run resulted in a move of 411%.
(3.) From a February 8th, 2021 low of $.0037, TWOH shot to a high of $.0095 on February 16th. In just over a week, this profile rocketed 156%.
Any investor who avoided TWOH over the past six months would be well served to take another look. Right now could well be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. But if you wait until the money is rolling in, the share price will likely have already risen to reflect a more traditional valuation and the opportunity for huge gains will be gone.