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Breakout Alert Could This Tiny Company Become The Next Door Dash
And Make Early Investors Filthy Rich

Dear PSP Member,

James Connelly Here...

Immediately turn your attention to Two Hands Corporation TWOH

You need to pull up TWOH right now and start your research on this next potential disruptor.

This is a very small company trading at a tiny price so you will need to move fast if you plan on potentially locking in massive breakout gains.

Our next alert brings us to a company looking to carve its own piece out of the $126.91BIL food and meal delivery market.

With talks of the more infectious new Delta variant, could potentially send shares of TWOH soaring

Dr. Robert Redfield, the former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, predicts that the fall will have a dark turn in the coronavirus pandemic.

Redfield said on Fox News Channels The Story that he thinks the coronavirus will continue to replicate quickly among humans, and so the risk of variant evolution is high. He predicts that there will be another, more dangerous coronavirus variant by the fall.

As hospitals are already being pushed to their limits, Dr. Redfield warns more Dangerous Variant than Delta coming in Fall, which could potentially be a HUGE Positive for stocks like TWOH

Keep reading to see what I mean...

TWOH recently announced that it has made the strategic decision to focus exclusively on the grocery market through three on-demand food brands, GoCart.City, Grocery Originals, and Cuore Food Services.

...And their timing on this decision could be perfect.

This stock has seen multiple triple-digit gaining rallies in just the last few months alone and in the midst of yet another potential breakout as I write

And that's because the street is completely hot on what this company is doing and the Sector it's in.

It shouldn't surprise anyone that Food Delivery apps from DoorDash NYSE DASH to Uber Eats NYSE UBER to GrubHubShipt NYSE GRUB saw record food deliveries and RECORD GROWTH over the course of the Pandemic.

Popular grocery delivery company, Instacart sold $700MIL worth of groceries per week in the first two weeks of last April. This was an amazing increase of 450% from December that required hundreds of thousands of more workers to keep up with the overwhelming demand

As millions of people shelter at home, demand for grocery delivery has exploded, with an estimated one-third of shoppers buying groceries online, according to a survey.

And no one expects this trend to change...

42% of American shoppers and 43% of Europeans said the COVID-19 crisis had changed their food and beverage purchasing habits, according to a Bazaarvoice survey.

And while lockdown rules are starting to get stricter once again, and hospitals are being pushed to their limits, Dr. Redfield, the former director of the CDC, predicts that the fall will have a dark turn in the coronavirus pandemic. He warns a more dangerous variant than Delta is coming in fall, which could be a HUGE Positive for stocks like TWOH

Seizing on this opportunity is Wednesdays New Alert - TWOH is a company looking to dominate the food delivery scene in Canada and is already making it's mark in its largest city of Toronto

TWOH is a custom application development company with proven numerous technological competencies in digital technologies.

Now that we went over the industry and what the company has been up to, let's take a look at what could fuel the explosive move in the stock

There are multiple catalysts developing right now that could potentially send shares of TWOH breaking out.

Huge Breakout Setup For TWOH

TWOH is displaying what some consider the Holy grail of Bullish signals - a Golden Cross.

TWOH just pulled back into the same range it was in right before it went on a huge 210% run back in August. As of this writing, TWOH RSI is hovering right around 40 which is in the same range it was when TWOH had that Major Breakout.

TWHO RSI level is hovering around 40 and could be indicating that a Bigger Breakout is Imminent.

If you look at the chart on TWOH every time the RSI crosses over the 40 or 50 Level Like it has done in the past there is No-Telling what could happen

With several potential bullish catalysts working in TWOH favor, I believe it could be at the beginning stage of another Massive Run back to its 52-week high. Take a look at the chart below.

TWOH Bringing Your Groceries To Your Doorstep
2020-2021 were banner years for TWOH.

Pivoting out of the Cannabis industry, the company introduced it's new division, GOCART.CITY, an innovative service that delivers fresh produce and groceries to your door in Canada.

Toronto residents have been in lockdown since November.

In January, GoCart.city expanded its delivery areas to help serve communities that were unable to receive grocery delivery. In addition to their current delivery areas Toronto, Mississauga, Etobicoke, Oakville, Burlington, Brampton, Georgetown, and more.

Consumers in Ontario can shop GoCart.city's wide selection of items including fresh and high quality produce, meat, frozen goods, bakery and pastry, gluten-free organic items, and much more at www.gocart.city or using the GoCart.city Android or iOS app. The online grocery retailer offers quick delivery, free shipping over $25, and great prices on everyday items with no price markups or hidden fees.

The demand for home deliveries of groceries has exploded in recent months, and GoCart aims to satisfy the fast-growing demand.

GoCart offers timely, next day, deliveries, unlike many companys, which offer limited options, GoCart offers anything from specialty products to food staplesstraight to your door.

Recently rolling out Saturday deliveries, TWOH GoCart operates 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm on your selected delivery day. GoCart is already equipped to handle deliveries to many neighborhoods, and thats just the beginning....

GoCart Saves Time - The average person spends about 130 hours a year at the grocery store about 2.5 hours per week. The average time spent on a weekly online grocery shop is 15 minutes. Do the math...

GoCart Saves Money - Now we cant talk time without talking money. About 20% of people believe that shopping for groceries online definitely saves them money in reality, the savings are probably much higher than many people realize.

Time is money. Not having to drive to the store several times a month can free up about $640 USD in extra productivity, give or take. When it comes to more concrete measurements, we save an extra $100 USD plus monthly by not paying for the extra gas or grabbing unnecessary impulse purchases.

GoCart Makes Eating Healthier Easier - With more data available than ever regarding what constitutes a healthy meal, people are now more health conscious than ever. This is probably why nearly 90 percent of Canadians cook dinner at home three or four times a week. And the top reason for not cooking at home Canadians who dont prepare their own meals claim theyre too busy.

Shopping for groceries online not only encourages busy people to cook at home, but it removes many of the temptations found at the store. Another added perk You have more time to analyze nutrition labels, instead of feeling rushed to get through your list and get out.

Delivery services like TWOH saw skyrocketing demand during the pandemic

Even market behemoth Uber leaned on its Eats business as its core rides business plummeted. The valuations of Instacart and DoorDash soared as the companies secured hundreds of millions of dollars in capital, and expanded to offer deliveries from electronics retailers and convenience stores.

Food and Meal Delivery Services immediately became one of the top priority Essential Businesses and looks like its here for the long haul...

Recent growth in food delivery is largely driven by companies resuming operations and adapting to the new normal that the Coronavirus disease COVID-19 pandemic has created. Previous restrictive containment measures and closure of commercial activities resulted in operational challenges for a majority of companies in 2020. But now in 2021, food and meal delivery is the new norm.

When many Americans sheltered in their homes early in the coronavirus pandemic, meal delivery sales reached new heights. Now, many people have made meal delivery part of their daily routines.

Shelter-in-place orders may also be driving more Americans to make their first meal delivery purchase.

The global meal kit delivery services market size was valued at USD 10.26B in 2020 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate of 13% from 2021 to 2028.

Meal Kit Delivery is Expected to See Double-Digit Growth
Every Year From Now Through 2028

Increasing preference for homemade meals among millennials is a major factor contributing to the growth of the market. The service has been gaining high popularity and adoption among generations Y and Z.

Most consumers are of the opinion that the price paid for the service is justified for the benefits it provides. The COVID-19 pandemic offered a significant opportunity to the market as almost all the restaurants, eateries, and hotels were shut down across the globe. The ability for restaurants to offer meal delivery saved a lot of businesses.

Dining in is becoming more popular than dining out. Boomers, as well as millennials, increasingly prefer staying at home and cooking or ordering in rather than spending money at restaurants. Consumers are also making fewer visits to restaurants and are opting to stay at home.

One of the key factors contributing to this shift is the attitudes and behaviors of the two largest generational groupsboomers and millennials. While millennials have surpassed baby boomers in number, boomers remain a large population and their behaviors have a significant influence on the marketplace that caters to cooking at home.

Meal kit delivery services are an ideal solution since meal planning in advance significantly helps reduce food wastage. Meal kits have ingredients in the exact quantity that is required to prepare a meal since each portion is pre-measured. Some companies offer larger portions, but still provide calorie count and nutritional information based on the portions.

People are focusing on a healthy diet more than ever to increase their immunity and maintain a balanced diet. A meal kit seems to be a one-stop solution for virtually all players across the entire Food Beverage ecosystem, including retailers, e-tailers, brand owners, and restaurants. Some restaurants used meal delivery to get themselves out of the pandemic and maximize the opportunities in the current scenario.

The increasing preference for meal kits is being driven by the benefits of homemade meals. For instance, homemade food is more economical than eating at a restaurant. Furthermore, the availability of meal kits has made homemade meals more time-saving in comparison to takeouts and home deliveries. Preparing food at home also gives full control over the ingredients one wishes to use and comes in handy for people who are allergic to certain food ingredients or are trying to avoid specific ingredients.

Dining in is becoming more popular than dining out. Boomers, as well as millennials, increasingly prefer staying at home and cooking or ordering in rather than spending money at restaurants. Consumers are also making fewer visits to restaurants and are opting to stay at home.

One of the key factors contributing to this shift is the attitudes and behaviors of the two largest generational groupsboomers and millennials. While millennials have surpassed baby boomers in number, boomers remain a large population and their behaviors have a significant influence on the marketplace that caters to cooking at home.

Meal kit delivery services are an ideal solution since meal planning in advance significantly helps reduce food wastage. Meal kits have ingredients in the exact quantity that is required to prepare a meal since each portion is pre-measured. Some companies offer larger portions, but still provide calorie count and nutritional information based on the portions.

TWOH has positioned itself right at the center of the meal kit craze by onboarding local renowned chef, Grace DiFede, to curate a new line of meal kits and bundles to sell alongside our everyday grocery essentials.

If you are new to researching the Food Meal Delivery Industry let me break this down for you so you can see how a Disruptor like TWOH could massively benefit local communities and shareholders alike.

Food delivery is a courier service in which stores, restaurants, or third-party applications deliver food to consumers on demand. These days, orders are executed through mobile apps, websites, or via telephone.

Deliveries include cooked dishes as well as groceries from supermarkets. Other methods of food delivery include catering or wholesale.

Food Meal Delivery itself is not a new concept, in fact, the first recorded instance of a meal delivery comes from Italy in 1889. King Umberto and his Queen Margherita and called on Raffaele Esposito, the creator of the Pizza Margherita, to deliver a pizza to their palace in Naples.

The rise of the modern-day food delivery system was caused by economic necessity. During the 1950s, the growing American middle class was stuck in their homes, watching TV all day. This almost caused a collapse in the American restaurant industry and as a result, had them adapt by creating the modern-day delivery services we all know. Reports from that time indicate that this adaptation boosted restaurant sales by over 50 percent in a short period of time.

Today, the market for food delivery is valued at $122BIL. This is equal to 1 percent of the global food market or 4 percent of the food sold through restaurants. While many markets have already matured and identified companies to take on market leadership, the overall demand for food delivery is still increasing at a yearly rate of 3.5 percent.

Food Delivery Businesses Come in Many Shapes and Forms.

They range from platforms that partner up with restaurants and drivers to a fully integrated model where everything is kept in-house.

Platform To Consumer Model

In the Platform To Consumer Model, third-party apps are listing available restaurants close to the customers proximity, normally through a website or a mobile app.

Consumers can then order from these partner restaurants and have the food delivered either by the restaurant or a driver of the platform. Prominent examples include the likes of DoorDash, UberEats or Deliveroo.

Normally, the platform takes a 20 to 30 percent cut from the order value on top of the potential delivery costs that may arise.

The Platform To Consumer model currently represents the dominant mode of food delivery. It accounts for 63% out of the $122BIL that is generated in sales per year.

Delivery Service Aggregators - Although they technically fall under the Platform to Consumer umbrella, it is worth mentioning them separately. In the aggregator model, the platform works acts as an intermediate between a customer and numerous local restaurants.

Furthermore, they provide customer support on behalf of these restaurants in case there are problems with deliveries or the order itself.

Again, a fixed or variable fee is applied for every successful transaction facilitated through the platform. Examples include the likes of JustEat, Delivery Hero, or GrubHub.

Some have recently experimented with different subscription models in which customers pay a monthly fee in exchange for free delivery and other discount.

Full-Stack Model - In the Full-Stack Model, the food delivery business does everything in-house. This includes not only building the app or hiring drivers but also cooking the food.

Oftentimes, the food is prepared in so-called ghost or cloud kitchens. People cannot dine in these facilities as the primary purpose is to prepare food that is delivered. These cloud kitchens often allow allocating the creation of food in cheaper areas while only renting out space for the kitchen.

This could become a Huge Market for TWOH if they chose to enter it...

One of the major drawbacks of this model is the fact that substantial investments are required to launch the platform. On the other hand, once sufficient scale is achieved, full-stack food delivery platforms tend to earn more as they control the whole value chain. They furthermore can do better quality control of their food as everything is cooked in-house.

Restaurant To Consumer Model

In the Restaurant To Consumer Model, the restaurant started out serving food via its own locations. The most famous examples include the likes of McDonalds, Burger King or Dominos.

To modernize, these companies went on to offer food deliveries via their websites, app or join a delivery platform. For instance, McDonalds operates its own food delivery network in selected countries via its own app. Furthermore, it partners up with the likes of DoorDash to deliver food to regions they dont serve themselves.

To manage this, TWOH has the following Capabilities
Technology
Intellectual Property
Application
Experience
Delivery Process
Management
Facilities
Distribution
Supply Chain
Product Portfolio

While food delivery applications are hard to build and even harder to execute, they possess a tremendous amount of potential.

According to leading business information platform Crunchbase, food delivery startups have raised a combined total of $15BIL in over 800 rounds of venture capital funding. Many went on to become integral parts of our daily routines and made early investors filthy rich.

Even has lockdowns were lifting, Venture Capitalists remained bullish on food delivery start-ups...

Delivery startups and other unicorns are transforming restaurant tech.

Larger and more established Food companies are snatching up Delivery companies at higher than normal multiplesRecently, food giant Nestlé acquired meal delivery startup Freshly in a $1.5BIL deal.

Venture capitalists are continuing to pile in on food delivery start-ups, backing them with hundreds of millions of dollars even though the margins are often small and people can increasingly visit restaurants.

Several food delivery companies have boomed during the Covid crisis as they offered people a way to keep eating food from their favorite restaurants and avoid venturing out to the supermarkets. Some say that this shift is quickly becoming the new norm as it has sparked new booming industries, expanded many businesses, and provided people with many new conveniences.

Experienced Management Team with the Vision
to take TWOH to the Next Level...

Nadav Elituv
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director

Since August 2008, Mr. Elituv has serviced as the President and Founder of Imagin8. Imagin8 is a startup and leading developer of hand and body motion-based interactive digital technologies that are designed to enhance new consumer experiences from touch-screens to floor-screens. Mr. Elituv is the results-driven leader of an innovative digital technology enterprise, for over twenty years. With a track record for building, developing and motivating high-performance teams, and is an expert in high-tech systems. This includes the design and implementation of computer-vision and gesture-recognition software. Mr. Elituv has solid career experience driving strategic initiatives and meeting critical business mandates

Bradley Southam
Independent Director

Bradley Southam has an extensive career in the creative field spanning more than 20 years. His knowledge and contacts in the Digital industry will offer our company insight and direction. Mr. Southam is the Chair of the Cambridge Arts and Culture Advisory Committee, and a board member of the Grand River Film Festival. From June 2008 Mr. Southam has been the Owner and Creative Director at Linus Creative Services. He previously served as the Creative Director at OTG Technologies Group from January 2003 to September 2008.

Ryan Wilson

Ryan Wilson has an extensive career in the Digital field spanning more than 20 years of his career advancing digital initiatives, with a track record that speaks for itself, including digital marketing, digital strategy and digital transformation through innovation for Financial Services. Primarily influencing leadership teams and building implementation teams for site and app development. From developer to director Ryan has been involved in all aspects of digital development. Currently focusing on technologies such as Block Chains, NLP natural language processing, AI and machine learning, at a insurtech innovation lab. Defining the ultimate customer experience across all digital channels is a primary responsibility. Using design thinking methodologies and an agile approach, Ryan's success has centered around implementing pilot projects, planning migrations, post implementation iterations, risk planning, and digital transformation. He has worked at many top Canadian brands, ranging from media conglomerates, banks, mutual fund companies and one of the largest pension plans in the world. Ryan has put them on the map digitally.

Chef Grace Di Fede
Corporate Executive Chef

Our new Corporate Executive Chef Di Fede brings over 18 years of hospitality and diverse culinary experience to GoCart.city, as well as international experience having worked in both The Netherlands and Italy. Di Fede will be curating specialty recipes and meals for the online grocery marketplace, as well as our brick and mortar location set to open later this week, Grocery Originals. She will be focused on traditional, cultural dishes and diet-friendly dishes. In addition to her culinary experience, DiFede was awarded the Chef de Cuisine Certification CCC, sanctioned by the Canadian Culinary Federation. Known as one of the highest achievements and honors for a Canadian Chef, Di Fede will be applying her knowledge and expertise to innovate GoCart.citys culinary offering.

Piero Manzini
Operations Manager

With more than 15 years of Marketing and Business development, Piero brings a vast array of knowledge to the team.

Derek Belluomini
Product Procurement Manager

A seasoned and experienced business executive with 25 years of experience in the grocery industry.

There Are Several Potential Catalyst in Play Right Now
That Could Send Shares of TWOH Breaking Out
Potential Catalyst 1 TWOH has assembled a Top Management Team led by President, Chief Executive Officer, Nadav Elituv, Independent Director, Bradley Southam, Ryan Wilson, Corporate Executive Chef, Grace Di Fede. The just recently announced that it has made the strategic decision to focus exclusively on the booming Food Industry.

Potential Catalyst 2 TWOH just experienced year-over-year sales growth of an astounding 2,266.53% and shows no signs of slowing down as the company shifts its focus to the Food Industry.

Potential Catalyst 3 TWOH shares could see a potential breakout in the near term if news or any media talk of a looming COVID lockdown If you believe in COVID or dont believe in the COVID virus, any kind of lockdown news could be a HUGE Positive for stocks like TWOH. Several food delivery companies have boomed during the COVID.

Potential Catalyst 4 TWOH could become a potential acquisition target. Venture capitalists are continuing to pile in on food delivery start-ups, backing them with hundreds of millions of dollars even though the margins are often small and people can increasingly visit restaurants. Even as lockdowns were lifting, Venture Capitalists remained bullish on food delivery start-ups. Delivery startups and other unicorns are transforming restaurant tech. Larger and more established Food companies are snatching up Delivery companies at higher than normal multiplesRecently, food giant Nestlé acquired meal delivery startup Freshly in a $1.5BIL deal.

Potential Catalyst 5 TWOH has tremendous growth potential as its now focusing efforts on the massive Food Meal Delivery Market. The global online food delivery services market is expected to over $126.91BIL in 2021 The growth is mainly due to the companies resuming their operations and adapting to the new normal while recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $192.16BIL in 2025. This could be a huge catalyst for TWOH.

Potential Catalyst 6 TWOH has a history of trading at higher levels. A quick move back to its 52-week high would show investors a massive 193% gain, and I dont know anyone who would want to miss out on a move like that.

I am urging all of my members to pull up TWOH Right Now and start your research.

TWOH has a tiny market cap and could potentially become an acquisition target once news of their growth in the Food Meal Delivery is realized.

TWOH has a history of trading at higher levels and a quick move back to its 52-week high would show investors a massive 193% gain and I dont know anyone who would want to miss out on a move like that.

I am urging all of our members to add TWOH to the top of your watch list right now, and have it pulled up on your trading screen this morning at the opening bell

Regards,

James Connelly
Editor, PennyStockProphet

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