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Daryl Hodges’ marijuana empire

Ladies and gentlemen readership of IKN, welcome to the world headquarters of Daryl Hodges’ marijuana empire:

His company is called “Four Twenty Investments” (ha ha….get it? Get it? Such a coded and far out hip cool name) and it’s run from his own house. He runs Four Twenty Investment backed by Jim Beatty, a now semi-retired self-styled mover and shaker in the Canadian business world who’s been involved with a whole string of failed companies. You know the type. The only other partner in Four Twenty Investments is Shameze Rampertab, who recently joined Zomedica (ZOM.v) as its CFO. ZOM is a suspiciously thinly traded Canadian healthcare stock, losing money and in bad financial shape, which describes itself as “...a veterinary pharmaceutical company targeting health and wellness
solutions for companion animals (canine, feline and equine) through a
ground-breaking approach that focuses on the unmet needs of clinical
“. Bless ’em. It just so happens that Rampertab was for many years a sell-side health equity research
analyst at Jennings, while the disgraced Hodges ran the Toronto shop. Hodges was eventually fired, but not before ruining the brokerage.
Just so you know what Daryl Hodges,  ex-CEO of Jennings and the man who tried to rip off Minera IRL for hundreds of millions of dollars, is doing these days. Keep your hands off the merchandise Daryl, yeah?

My thanks to reader L.

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