Robert Taylor

Robert Taylor
Contributor since: 2013
Hey Rick - thanks for the feedback!
As I've stated in several previous articles, percentage growth in penny stocks is hard to gauge, as it could just mean a few cents. However, I disagree that the balance sheet is the key to measure growth.
For the company you mentioned, Soupman, their growth is seen in its partnerships and endorsements (see: and
Finally, there have been a few institutions interested in them, such as grocery chains and food providers. As I'm sure you know, interest will almost always come from within the sector prior to the market.