Ebola has caused a number of penny stocks, like Revolutions Medical Corporation (RMCP), see trading sessions whereby profits for those who jump on the hype wagon have been banked in quadruple digit levels. No such luck has yet to strike Wholehealth Products, Inc. (GWPC) despite their efforts to make investors aware that they are in Phase II of their completion of a Rapid Ebola Test that’s as easy to diagnose as having a bun in the oven. Even though the news has been coming on strong for a few weeks now, the lack of current financial data may be the reason why traders are a bit gun-shy of GWPC stock for now.
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Wholehealth Products has been making sure that the world knows that the once natural gas exploration corporate shell is on the verge of making the world a safer place by designing and developing tests for diseases like Tuberculosis and Ebola. Back in September, the Company, which calls itself a diversified healthcare company, acquired “Rapid Results,” a medical diagnostic distribution company of rapid diagnostic tests with contracts with the federal government including the “340B Program” via an undisclosed transaction.
The deal, announced mid-session September 5, apparently includes 10 professional diagnostic tests (Strep A, H. Pylori, Influenza A, Influenza B, Influenza A&B Combo, Fecal Occult Blood, Pregnancy, Ovulation, Menopause, Mononucleosis, Cholesterol, NEW Troponin I, Drug of Abuse Tests, and NOW HIV 1&2) for hospitals, doctors, clinics and healthcare centers, and more than 8 retail consumer tests. The immediate reaction to the acquisition, as can be seen on the chart above, was not even a blip on the GWPC screen.
Unfortunately, unless you are willing to trade off of an update that Wholehealth Products relocated its corporate headquarter to 751 South Weir Canyon Road, Suite 157-151, Anaheim, CA 92808, there isn’t much data to go off of since May, 2013. Even looking back then to their last 10-Q filing with the SEC, GWPC stock would appear to be a safe play since there was virtually no debt, $70,000, to go along with the $68 they had in the bank back then.
Considering how the word “Ebola” connected to any OTC listed stock has been cause for a huge run on the share price, GWPC stock could be in for a session of record-breaking volume today. In terms of them being such late filers and lacking the share data most would want to verify, or atleast get a more clear picture with, the chances of seeing record-breaking gains are as likely as catching Ebola in the course of the next 10-12 hours.
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About GWPC Stock
Wholehealth Products, Inc. is a development stage company in the business of developing, manufacturing and marketing in vitro diagnostic (IVD) tests for over-the-counter (OTC or consumer), and point-of-care (POC or professional) use markets.
Issued and Outstanding: 79,704,720
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RMCP stock had nearly a $3 million trading session on Monday and closed up over 1,000% and they’re only dealing with a safety syringe product into Mexico. Wholehealth Products claims they may be able to come out with a simplistic way to diagnose Ebola. Since you can’t just turn your back on any penny stocks that come out with Ebola news these days, GWPC is firmly planted on the list of OTC stocks that needs to be watched closely today. With just 33,211 shares traded on Tuesday, 3X the average 3 month volume, a strong surge is likely to hit GWPC early on.
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