Forwardly, Inc.’s (OTCMKT: FORW) stock rose 47.26% from the previous day to $0.33 at yesterday’s close. During yesterday’s trading, the stock price was ranged between$0.22954 to $0.389, and if we look at the price range of the last 52-week period it stayed between $0.0011 – $0.24.
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Forwardly is a venture capital firm seeking to fund innovative ideas. George Sharp is the company’s CEO, a whistleblower, defender of shareholder rights, an opponent of microcap fraud. Mr. Sharp also consults for various public companies, attorneys, and those associated with the financial markets. He was a former consultant for OTC Markets Group, Inc.
On January 04, 2021, George Sharp, Forwardly, Inc.’s President and CEO, announced that its common shares are eligible for electronic transfer through the Depository Trust Corporation’s Deposit/Withdrawal at Custodian platform.
With DWAC eligibility, Forwardly’s shares and projects can be more appealing to investors. A majority of brokerage firms don’t accept claims in certificate form.
Moreover, Mr. Sharp announced a modification to the shareholder video conference call scheduled for January 12, 2021; it will now be held on February 16, 2021, in conjunction with the company’s annual financial report release.
Even though there was no news or press release from Forwardly yesterday, the stock was up more than 47%. What is the vital thing to know? Why is the FORW stock trending up? Keep an eye on the news. Perhaps you’ll hear about a stock-boosting headline soon.