The co-founder invited the short-seller to spend a weekend following him around to see it's no joke
(CVE:N, OTCQB:NXTTF) co-founder and CEO Sean Dollinger fired right back at Andrew Left's Citron Research after the notorious short-seller called the cannabis e-commerce platform's shares a "joke" in a report Friday generated by his Citron Research.
“Tell [Left] he can come and hang out with me on the weekend, travel around the world," Dollinger told Proactive Investors' Christine Corrado in an exclusive phone interview. "Tell him it’s a formal invite from me. Have him videotape everything we’re doing on site, we’ll prove to him that he’s the joke.”
Vancouver-based Namaste recently revealed plans to uplist to the Nasdaq in the hopes of reaching a larger audience of retail and institutional investors, but Left was deeply skeptical about the move.
"Some cannabis stocks are overvalued, and some are total jokes," tweeted Left, putting Namaste Technologies in the "joke" category. He advised investors to get out quick, saying it will not be able to list.
Citron forecast the stock to fall more than 80% from its current price to US$0.25.