Global Care Capital Inc. (RSCZF) Is A Sub-Penny Breakout Idea On The Acquisition Hunt
Let's take a break from the Nasdaq and NYSE American for a second to look at something slightly different.
I've got a new, sub-penny, nano-cap idea currently trading on the OTC Markets.
By identifying companies like this when they are still small, you have the opportunity to witness the front end of a potentially massive growth curve.
Here's the dirty...
A nano-cap company is one of the smallest companies in the market.
Nano-caps have a market capitalization of less than $50Mn. (1)
Nano-cap companies tend to be much more flexible than their larger counterparts. When you are small, you can adapt to the changing conditions in the market much more quickly than a larger company.
In addition to this, smaller companies tend to rely on innovation and new ideas in order to stay in business.
They will often be able to get things to the market quicker than a large company.
A larger company will require a new idea to go through several different decision-makers and committees before the result of it can hit the market.
So when I saw what this company has been up to, saw it had a market cap of fewer than $3Mn as of Thursday's session, and has completed a major acquisition recently, I knew I wanted to get it in front of you quickly.
Right now, get this breakout idea on your radar:
*Global Care Capital Inc. (RSCZF)*
Global Care Capital is a global in-vest-ment company which specializes in providing early-stage financing to private and public companies. The Company engages in new, early-stage in-vest-ment opportunities in previously underdeveloped assets and obtaining positions in early-stage investment opportunities that adequately reflect the risk profile.
The Global Care Capital Inc. (RSCZF) Dynamic Business Model
Accelerators & Incubators
Operating as a type of hybrid business accelerator & incubator, Global Care Capital Inc. (RSCZF) is a global in-vest-ment company supporting early-stage US and Canadian start-ups and mid-tier companies who are building products and solutions for the future. Accelerators and incubators both offer entrepreneurs good opportunities early on. Founders get help to quickly grow their business and they often better their chances of attracting a top venture capital (VC) firm to in-vest in their startup at a later point. Still, the programs are different frameworks for startup success. Let’s start by breaking down the goals of each of these types of programs. Accelerators “accelerate” growth of an existing company, while incubators “incubate” disruptive ideas with the hope of building out a business model and company. So, accelerators focus on scaling a business while incubators are often more focused on innovation. While both types of programs were popularized in startup hubs like Silicon Valley, nowadays they can be found all over the world. Although most people associate these programs with tech startups, most of them accept companies from a wide variety of verticals.
One of the big differences between accelerators and incubators is in how the individual programs are structured. Accelerator programs usually have a set timeframe in which individual companies spend anywhere from a few weeks to a few months working with a group of mentors to build out their business and avoid problems along the way. Y Combinator, Techstars, and the Brandery are some of the most well-known accelerators.
Accelerators start with an application process, but the top programs are typically very selective. Y Combinator accepts about 2% of the applications it receives and Techstars usually has to fill its 10 spots from around 1,000 applications.
Early stage companies are typically given a small seed in-vest-ment, and access to a large mentorship network, in exchange for a small amount of equity. The mentor network–typically composed of startup executives, venture capitalists, industry experts, and other outside in-vestors–is often the biggest value for prospective companies.
The mentor networks aren’t small, either. TechStars, for example, has hundreds of mentors in its program.
Aaron Harris, a partner at Y Combinator, said he’s not sure that accelerators necessarily work as a whole, but Y Combinator’s success is due to the way it approached incentives.
“A lot of that success comes back to the alignment of incentives,” Harris said. “Good programs completely align all parties — at YC all the partners who advise the companies have a stake in their success. We also do as much as we can to limit distractions. We don’t schedule unnecessary meetings, don’t force them to work in a big loud co-working space, etc.”
“The goal of the accelerator is to help a startup do roughly two years of business building in just a few months,” said Mike Bott, general manager of the Brandery. “If you go through a good one, you’ll know at the end where your startup founding team and business stand."
Startup incubators begin with companies (or even single entrepreneurs) that may be earlier in the process and they do not operate on a set schedule. If an accelerator is a greenhouse for young plants to get the optimal conditions to grow, an incubator matches quality seeds with the best soil for sprouting and growth.
While there are some independent incubators, they can also be sponsored or run by VC firms, angel in-vest-ors, government entities, and major corporations, among others. Some incubators have an application process, but others only work with companies and ideas that they come in contact with through trusted partners. A good example of an incubator is Idealab.
Depending on the sponsoring party, an incubator can be focused on a specific market or vertical. For example, an incubator sponsored by a hospital may only be looking for health technology startups.
In most cases, startups accepted into incubator programs relocate to a specific geographic area to work with other companies in the incubator. Within the incubator, a company will refine its idea, build out its business plan, work on product-market fit, identify intellectual property issues, and network in the startup ecosystem.
A typical incubator has shared space in a co-working environment, a month-to-month lease program, additional mentoring, and some connection to the local community.
Co-working is a big part of the incubator experience and has been split off as its own separate business offering around the country, with co-working spaces charging rent for access to utilities. Some accelerators offer a co-working space, but most provide companies with private office space or let them find it on their own.
“If you need private space, most incubators are open seating, and this can be distracting for larger teams,” TechStars mentor Troy Henikoff said. “The economics are usually on a per-seat basis, which is great for the first few people, but at a certain point it may be less expensive to get your own office.”
Both incubators and accelerators offer a great opportunity to help young companies and ideas for startups get headed in the right direction.
Global Care Capital Inc. (RSCZF) supports early-stage US and Canadian start-ups and mid-tier companies who are building products and solutions for the future. They leverage their biggest asset base, long standing relationships, to unlock resources that allow companies to excel.
The Global Care Capital Inc. team understands the needs of start-ups and works to help founders take their companies to the next level. Access to not only capital but to years of experience is what sets us apart from the rest.
Their vast resources are there for founders to immediately tap into to gain the edge needed in today’s market.
The Verticals that Global Care Capital Inc. (RSCZF) is Currently Involved In…
By engaging in early-stage opportunities, Global Care Capital Inc. (RSCZF) is able to identify underperforming assets and revitalize them to accelerate enterprise value. The company has interest in 3 of the hottest markets for 2023, including Blockchain, Healthcare, and Renewable Energy.
Blockchain Expected to Reach $56.7Bn by 2026
A blockchain is a tool with many purposes. In-vest-ors cannot in-vest directly in a blockchain; however, the company in-vests in technologies and companies developing products and services that use blockchain offering their in-vest-ors direct exposure to cutting edge opportunities. The global blockchain market could reach $56.7Bn by 2026 from $6.0Bn in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 56.9% for the forecast period of 2021 to 2026.
Blockchain Portfolio Includes:
CCM Technologies Inc.
CCM Technologies Inc. is a digital asset technology company with a focus on providing infrastructure for the blockchain ecosystem and mining of cryp-to-currencies.
ASIC Power Company
ASIC Power Company gives mining companies access to its innovative cryp-to-currency mining streaming contracts and chip pipeline through its partnerships with leading hardware producers. It intends to identify low cost, renewably powered mining operations to implement new financing strategies in the form of royalties and stream contracts globally.
Healthcare is Estimated to Reach $6.2Tn by 2028
Healthcare in-vest-ments have the potential to provide in-vest-ors with incredible returns. Global Care Capital Inc. (RSCZF) aims to fund and consult with both Healthcare and Pharmaceutical companies to develop effective and safe products. US national healthcare expenditure reached $4.1Tn in 2020, or $12,530 per person, and is estimated to reach $6.2Tn by 2028, per the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Healthcare Portfolio Includes:
Virax Biolabs provides tools for someone to determine their current immune status and identify ways to strengthen and improve areas of immune function that may be weak or underdeveloped due to the lack of prior antigen exposure. They then provide tailored advice through the Virax Immuneapp on how to boost immune function this may be through nutrition and nutraceuticals, lifestyle choices or vaccinations.
The Renewable Energy Market is Projected to Reach $2.15Tn Worldwide by 2025.
Renewable energy has become a compelling in-vest-ment proposition, in-vest-ment into new renewable power has grown from less than $50Bn per year in 2004, to about $300Bn per year in recent years, exceeding in-vest-ments into new fossil fuel power by a factor of three in 2018.
Global Care Capital Inc. (RSCZF) looks to in-vest in and partner with unique and promising energy trailblazers. We aim to help scale up renewable energy opportunities on the foundation of sound technologies.
The renewable energy market is projected to reach $2.15Tn U.S. dollars worldwide in 2025. The growth in the renewable energy market has seen the propensity for non-renewable energy sources, such as coal, subsiding and the demand for renewable sources rising as long-term cost-effectiveness becomes increasingly feasible. Renewable sources like wind and solar have reached price parity along the electricity grid and are getting ever closer to reaching the performance potential of conventional sources. Increased use of technological advancements like automation, artificial intelligence, and blockchain will also increase renewable capacity deployment by decreasing costs and easing the integration of new energy infrastructure.
Clean energy in-vest-ment has also generally risen in the past decade. Lower in-vest-ment figures during this time are usually due to the reduction in project development costs. In-vest-ors focusing on long-term in-vest-ments over short-term will also drive these in-vest-ment trends. It is estimated that clean energy in-vest-ment must accelerate to a faster pace in order to reduce emissions to levels recommended by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Natural Resources Portfolio Includes:
Pembrook Copper Corp.
Pembrook Copper Corp. is a mineral exploration company with a focused team of geologists engaged in the identification, acquisition, evaluation and advancement of mineral properties in Peru. Pembrook is exploring for copper, gold, silver, nickel and other metals.
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The 2 Most Pressing RSCZF Potential Catalysts - Major Acquisition News
In the last few months, the company has made a couple huge announcements.
Let's check them out. First off, on there's this:
Global Care Capital Announces Closing of Acquisition of MK Highway Corp
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - December 6, 2022) - Global Care Capital Inc. (CSE: HLTH) (FSE: L6V2) (the "Company" or "Global Care") a global in-vest-ment company which engages in early-stage in-vest-ment opportunities in private and public companies, is pleased to announce, further to its news release dated November 29, 2022, that it has now completed the acquisition (the "Transaction") of all of the issued and outstanding securities in the capital of MK Highway Corp. ("MK Highway") pursuant to the terms and conditions of a share purchase agreement dated November 29, 2022 (the "Share Purchase Agreement") among the Company, MK Highway and the shareholders of MK Highway (the "MK Highway Shareholders").
v a Delaware limited liability company, pursuant to the terms and conditions of an option agreement, as amended, (the "Amended Option Agreement") among MK Highway, Lavrium and the members of Lavrium (the "Lavrium Members").
The Transaction is an arms-length transaction and no change in management or the Board of Directors of Global Care is being contemplated at this time. The Company plans to exercise the option pursuant to the terms of the Amended Option Agreement to acquire a 100% membership interests of Lavrium.
About MK Highway Corp.
MK Highway Corp. ("MKHC") is a digital asset company. MKHC's business focuses on digital asset mining, with a complete infrastructure for, and demonstrated history of, profitable Bit-coin mining strategies. MKHC profitable Bit-coin mining rests on an architecture that includes cost-effective miner acquisition, competitive hosting and electricity rates, digital asset treasury management, and fiat on- and off-ramps- the combination of which makes MKHC a complete framework for mining Bit-coin (or any digital asset based on the SHA-256 algorithm).
About Lavrium LLC
Lavrium LLC ("Lavrium") is a Bit-coin-focused technology company that was founded in April, 2021. Since that date, Lavrium has built a state-of-the-art digital asset mining operation. Located primarily in Nebraska, USA. Lavrium focuses on efficient Bit-coin mining by combining modern ASIC hardware with highly-competitive electricity rate agreements.
Read the full article here.
Good stuff, but more recently it was followed by this:
Global Care Capital Announces Definitive Agreement for Acquisition of Bishop Hill Holdings Ltd.
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - January 25, 2023) - Global Care Capital Inc. (CSE: HLTH) (FSE: L6V2) (the "Company" or "Global Care") a global in-vest-ment company which engages in early-stage in-vest-ment opportunities in private and public companies, is pleased to provide an update to the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (the "MOU") with Titan Electricity Ltd. UK, ("Titan") on December 19, 2022.
Global Care Capital is pleased to announce that it has entered into a share purchase agreement among the Company, Carbon Canada Corp. ("Carbon Canada") and the wholly-owned subsidiary of Carbon Canada, Bishop Hill Holdings Ltd. ("Bishop Hill") dated January 20, 2023 (the "Share Purchase Agreement"), which sets out the terms and conditions for the acquisition by the Company of up to all of the issued and outstanding securities in the capital of Bishop Hill in exchange for cash and securities of Global Care (the "Transaction").
Bishop Hill holds a 15% undivided interest in Titan. Titan holds global intellectual property rights to the "Geo-Engines™" a net zero geothermal energy generation technology used for gas cleaning (Sour Gas), CO2 sequestration and domestic energy supplies. Oil and Gas companies using Titan's "Geo-Engines™" can potentially cut onsite CO2 emissions to zero, help improve energy security and break the reliance on coal and oil.
About Titan Electricity Ltd.
Titan Electricity harvests geothermal energy using their Geo-Engine™ technology at the natural gas wellhead. This new inline power generation technology provides geothermal energy that is available for use by field operators to refine their natural gas. CO2 is separated out during this process and sequestered underground using the geothermal energy recovered from the natural gas flow. Reducing CO2 emission at source has two key benefits, it prevents venting of CO2 into the atmosphere - reducing greenhouse gas emissions and provides much needed CO2 burial for governments to meet their carbon reduction targets.
Read the full article here.
Coverage is officially initiated on RSCZF. When time permits, do this: