Global Payout, Inc. GOHE – News Update
We want to relay an excerpt from a fresh PR that hit the wires from GOHE this morning. The last update we provided was concerning the issuance of a licensing agreement of the company’s wholly -owned subsidiary, MoneyTrac Technology (>>View PR), and this morning’s press goes into deeper detail on MoneyTrac’s adoption of a new finance platform to service, among others, the cannabis industry.
GOHE’s foray into the cannabis sector is still in its beginning stages, but that’s one of the the aspects of this play that makes it attractive to us. With properly and aggressively executed plans, like the ones we’ve seen thus far, the company can make a name for itself in this still highly impressionable market space.
SAN DIEGO, CA–(Marketwired – Apr 19, 2017) – Global Payout, Inc. (OTC PINK: GOHE) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, MoneyTrac Technology, Inc. (“MTT”) has selected the Virtu Network Solutions (“VNS”) brand to provide MTT with the financial technology platform MTT will utilize to service their clients in the alternative banking sector.
VNS offers a banking and payment platform uniquely tailored for companies and businesses in industries often viewed as “high-risk,” such as those in the cannabis industry, which is at the core of the MTT’s target market, and offers a state-of-the-art web-based platform for electronic payment processing, banking integration and e-wallet capabilities. In addition to these features, the VNS banking and payment platform also provides users with a “virtual currency type network” system that features stringent compliance and regulatory processes that the Company believes is an ideal solution for numerous cannabis-related businesses across the U.S. that are currently in need of payment processing solutions outside of those offered by traditional banks. (>> View Full PR)
For more info on GOHE visit www.globalpayout.com
Innovativ Media Group, Inc. INMG
On Monday, after already tracking INMG over a series of multi-bag moves, we mentioned that the stock had built up quite a bit of momentum to close out the short week, and that we were interested to see how that carried over into this week.
It took an extra session for the next big move to begin, and it lasted for the duration of yesterday’s trading, as the stock shot up from a morning low of .006 and reached .014 for a fantastic intraday move of 133% It marked the third separate multi-bag upswing for INMG inside of the last week!
Once again the stock closed near to the high of day (.0136) on excessive volume, so we’ll continue to follow the INMG story as we head through midweek.
Morgan Stanley MS – Options Ideas
Morgan Stanley eviscerated earnings estimates with their premarket release, posting strong Q1 profits and as a result the stock is gapping up in the premarket after recently coming up off of a swing low just above $40.
We’re going to sit on the fence with two sets of options ideas in the hopper, that we’ll be able to make a decision on once regular trading commences. If MS hold support at or above the 41.00-level on any pullback, we’ll look to the MS Weekly $41-42 Calls. If the stock fails to break 43.50 on a possible run-up, we’ll shift gears and look to the MS Weekly $43.50 and $43 Puts.