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Intertainment Media Inc V.INT

Sector: Consumer Cyclical | Sub-Sector: Marketing Services
Alternate Symbol(s):  ITMTF

Intertainment Media Inc develops and invests in technologies and social media platforms in North America. It is engaged in New Media operations.
Price: $0.025 Volume: 12,000
Change: $0.00 % Change: 0.00%
Day High/Low: 0.03/0.025 52 Week High/Low: 0.07/0.015
Last Traded: August 28, 2015 06:34 Transaction Volume: 2000
Open: 0.03 Previous Close: 0.025
Bid: 0.025 Ask: 0.03
Bid Size: 1535000 Ask Size: 52000
Market Cap: 9.5m Shares Out: 379.9m
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: N/A


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    oh Thank goodness they are "aggressively pursuing all options".....that makes me confident that we will all be in St Lucia celebrating...

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    From the MD&A. "The Company requires significant financing in the near term in order to continue to operate. The Company is aggressively...

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    It's clear. Just not to you. You really have to read the filings and not news releases on the pennies.

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    Theres something happenin here. \what it is aint exactly clear/ The question is what do they have in mind? The bashers here who frankly...

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    the problem s never the reverse split. The problem is the company has run out of other options.

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