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Now That Is Counter-Trend
Article By: Tim Knight Thursday, January 11, 2018 3:40 AM EDT
I suspect many of you heard what happened to Kodak recently. I actually didn’t even realize there were still public, but they are, and their stock has been steadily sinking for years.
In this article: KODK, LTEA
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Riding The Blockchain Train: These Companies Changed Their Name, And Their Stock Price Soared
Article By: Tyler Durden Monday, December 25, 2017 5:01 AM EDT
Many others had done it, but nobody quite as blatantly as beverage maker Long Island Iced Tea Corp, which on Thursday became the latest to jump on the cryptocurrency bandwagon, bizarrely but profitably changing its name to Long Blockchain Corp.
In this article: LTEA, VPTK, RIOT, CRCW, RCGR, FTFT, BKLLF, PRELF, DPW, SRAX, NVFY
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Cryptomania Will Fade In 2018
Article By: Chad Shoop Friday, December 22, 2017 12:06 PM EDT
The envy, and confusion, around cryptocurrencies, has sparked what is called cryptomania. I’m not calling for bitcoin to plunge, or for cryptocurrencies in general to fade next year. But this hysteria will end the same way all hysterias do: badly.
In this article: LTEA
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Long Island Iced Tea Soars 500% After Changing Its Name To Long Blockchain
Article By: Tyler Durden Thursday, December 21, 2017 12:08 PM EDT
Long Island Iced Tea Corp. today announced that the parent company is shifting its primary corporate focus towards the exploration of an investment in opportunities that leverage the benefits of blockchain technology.
In this article: LTEA
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Long Island Iced Tea Soars 400% After Going ‘Long Blockchain’ (Figuratively And Literally)
Article By: The Heisenberg Report Thursday, December 21, 2017 10:59 AM EDT
Long Island Iced Tea soars after changing its name to Long Blockchain.
In this article: LTEA
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E Interview With Long Island Iced Tea Corp.
Article By: Ilene Carrie Tuesday, January 31, 2017 1:01 PM EDT
I had the opportunity to have an exclusive interview with Phil Thomas, CEO of Long Island Iced Tea Corp., about the company and where it is headed.
In this article: LTEA
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