New York, NY, Oct. 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (GTII: OTCQB) Global Tech Industries Group, Inc. (“GTII” or “The Company”), www.gtii-us.com, announced today that, in response to inquiries from the OTCMarkets, it will summarize its understanding of recent activity in its stock over the past several weeks, as follows:
While the Company has no way of knowing why the market reacted as it has in the last several weeks, it believes it is mostly due to the fact that, as the market price became closer to and then passed the strike price of $2.75 to purchase Warrants, more buyers entered the market. The company distributed Warrants to its shareholders last April 6, 2021, which allowed shareholders to exercise one Warrant for every ten shares of stock held. As the Company’s float is over forty million shares, this could account for the increased activity, although, as the Company clearly disclosed last year, the Warrants did not transfer with the underlying shares of common stock after the record date. The Company also recently announced that on September 14, 2022, it signed a binding Stock Purchase Agreement (“SPA”) with Wildfire Media, Corp (“Wildfire”). The Company and Wildfire first signed a non-binding Letter of Intent (“LOI”) on March 2, 2022. The due diligence has been progressing since then.
The company’s directors, some of whom are officers, recently sold stock under a 10B5 plan, which was first discussed at the board level on August 19, 2021. The board tasked two directors to find and construct an appropriate compensation plan for them, as they had been operating as board members without being paid any cash fees for the last ten years. The 10B5 plan was finalized and signed by the board on June 23, 2022, and allows for the sale of 1% of each directors’ holdings, spread over the course of one year on a monthly basis. The paperwork and documentation for the 10B5 plan was recently completed, and the first sale occurred in October 2022.
The Company has not retained any new investor relations service providers, public relations firms, or marketing companies in the last three months.
The Company recently answered questions posed to them by FINRA regarding the recent market activity. The Company has disclosed all the information it held regarding the recent market activity.
Global Tech Industries Group, Inc.:
GTII is a publicly traded Company incorporated in the state of Nevada, specializing in the pursuit of acquiring new and innovative technologies. Visit GTII here https://gtii-us.com/.
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