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RQB - RavenQuest Cannabis Biomed

Discussion in 'Canadian Stocks Message Boards' started by Dan Thunderbolt, Apr 28, 2018.

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    The Exciting Story of Ravenquest Biomed Inc (CSE: RQB) (OTCMKTS: RVVQF)
    By Dave Young on October 9, 2018
    https://www.microcapdaily.com/the-e...uest-biomed-inc-cse-rqb-otcmkts-rvvqf/121993/

    Ravenquest Biomed is involved in a number of exciting projects; company CEO George Robinson recently commented “We are based currently in Markham, Ontario and thats a 20,000 sq. foot facility and we are also located in Edmonton, Alberta where we have a 35,000 sq. foot facility. Out of these two we will get about 11,000 pounds of production which normally would take 60 to 90,000 sq feet for that. Our further buildout is our indigenous peoples work that we are doing within our four pillars and we have a facility of 250,000 sq. feet going into construction right now in Ft. McMurray and then we have another facility of ours out in Sunshine Coast of British Colombia which will be 125,000 sq feet all using the exact same technology so what we have is a real repeatable process here.”
     
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    RVVQF is back to DOMINATE the Canadian Cannabis Market! See why Barchart rates “STRONG BUY”…
    https://epicstockpicks.com/todays-alert/

    THE BOTTOM LINE
    More than any Cannabis company we’ve seen so far, RVVQF truly seems the most ready to capture a sizable portion of Canada’s Cannabis Market!
    Full build-out of RVVQF’s facilities moves them to a projected production of 11,000 kg annually to over 50,000 kg annually.
    Needless to say, this may put them in league with the big boys like Canopy, Tilray, and more!
    RVVQF offers everything from Technology and Consulting to Production and Research.
    By diversifying their offerings into each of their divisions, RVVQF has brilliantly created an ecosystem poised for success.
    With Canada’s Legalization only 1 week away, there may be no better time for this GROUND FLOOR Situation than right now!
     
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    RavenQuest Receives Migrated License From Health Canada Permitting B2B Sales of Cannabis
    November 13, 2018 06:00 ET | Source: RavenQuest BioMed Inc.
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RavenQuest BioMed Inc. (the “Company” or “RavenQuest”) – (CSE: RQB OTCQB: RVVQF Frankfurt: 1IT) is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, Bloomera Inc. (“Bloomera”), has received its business to business (“B2B”) sales license from Health Canada (the “B2B Licence”). The B2B License immediately permits RavenQuest to sell dried cannabis, plants and seeds to other standard cultivators (licensed producers).

    The B2B License, issued under Health Canada’s Cannabis Act (“CA”) and Cannabis Regulations (“CR”), was received on November 9, 2018 and demonstrates the Company’s continued compliance with Health Canada’s regulations.

    Importantly, the B2B License also paves the way for RavenQuest’s full sales license, which would allow cannabis sales both medically and recreationally.

    https://globenewswire.com/news-rele...-Canada-Permitting-B2B-Sales-of-Cannabis.html
     
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    Very interesting interview. Ravenquest looks undervalued imo, should start to move higher soon once they receive the license to cultivate for the Edmonton faciltity.

    http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/mid,5428,Company_Updates/?v=298813

    Video at 5:10 min:
    - 50-52 million revenue coming in 2019
    - 71-72 million in 2020 (without expansion, just the existing)

    Video at 6:30 min:
    - industry EBITA 42-68 %; RQB is going to be at the higher end.

    Video at 10:10 min:
    - down to supplying "two more bits of information" for HC to review
    - these are believed to be the "last two questions"
    - "very close" "very imminent" to getting the license to cultivate
     
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    Interesting new investor presentation: https://rqbglobal.com/img/rqb-deck-2019.pdf

    In particular of interest I found slide 14 concerning the export of Ravenquests know-how.

    Also slides 27-28 indicate that Ravenquest valuation seem quite low compared with other operators in the cannabis sector.

    The stock will continue to move higher imo.
     
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    Jan 22, 2019
    Cannabis Canada Daily: Pot supply shortage could last five years
    https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/cannabi...pply-shortage-could-last-five-years-1.1202243

    Canada’s pot shortage could last even longer than earlier predictions, with cannabis-infused edibles and other extractables set to hit the market later this year, according to one industry expert. George Robinson, chief executive officer of RavenQuest BioMed, said Canada’s cannabis supply shortage could extend to more than five years, as marijuana producers will need to grow as much as 6 million kilograms of pot annually in order to have enough of the plant’s biomass to meet domestic demand for edible and dried flower products.
     

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