The iSignthis Ltd (ASX: ISX) share price got smashed in trade today despite the self-described neo-banking, identification and payments platform provider releasing no specific news to the market.
The stock is down to 96 cents and much of the selling is probably related to profit taking after a huge run and as ‘hot money’ moves out of the stock.
Even after today’s falls iSignthis still has a market value around $970 million, despite posting just $7.5 million in operating revenue for the six months ending June 30, 2019.
However, it did claim to be cashflow and EBIT positive for the quarter ending June 30, 2019.
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