7 Foreign Dual Listed Stocks to Watch in 2022: SWISF, SKUR, SEBFF, SEB.V, THRM.V, TBRIF, IPA, IPA.V

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There are a number of stocks that may be a bit under the radar at this point in time and that may actually be the reason why investors could do well to look into those. Great opportunities may often lie in some small yet innovative companies which may be doing significant work in their particular sectors. This article is going to give you a closer look into three such companies and help you in making your mind up, one way or another about the stocks. Here is a quick look at three such companies.

1 Sekur Private Data (OTCQX:SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) – In recent times, Sekur Private Data Ltd has emerged as an interesting company in the fast-growing cybersecurity space and could well be one of the companies to keep an eye on in this point in time.

The company was in the news earlier on in the month on June 1 when it announced its latest marketing strategy for the United States market. The aim of the marketing strategy is to raise more awareness about its Sekur solution in the United States in a big way. In order to do that, the company has become the exclusive sponsor of the shows hosted by Roman Balmakox on Epoch TV. The contract has actually been signed with Epoch Times.

As per the provisions of the contract, Sekur is going to sponsor all the shows starting from June 29 and through to the end of 2023. In total, the company is going to sponsor a total of 158 episodes of the show. It should be noted that Sekur Private Data already sponsors the YouTube shows off the same host.

Smart Employee Benefits Inc (OTCQB:SEBFF) (TSX:SEB.V) – This is a Canadian technology company that is looking to shake up the industry related to the administration, distribution, and creation of the insurance business. In simple terms, Smart Employee Benefits Inc is looking to change the status quo in the industry.

Earlier this month on June 2, the company announced that as had been agreed in relation to its $5,000,000 convertible debenture it made out to Co-Operators Financial Services Limited, the company would pay out the interest accrued on the amount. The interest had become due on May 31 and it was going to be paid in the form of Smart Employee Benefits Inc shares.

Therma Bright (TSXV: THRM) (OTCQB:TBRIF) – Therma Bright Inc is best known for having developed the AcuVid™ COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Saliva Test and is also working on a range of other medical devices. This past Friday the company was in the news once again after it announced that it had awarded options to many of the directors, consultants, and officers to pick up a total of as many as 1,475,000 common shares in the company. It is part of the wider share options plan at Therma Bright.

The options in question can be exercised within three years and the price has been set at $0.25 a share. It was an important move from the company and one that could be intriguing for market watchers too.

Immunoprecise Antibodies Ltd (CVE:IPA) (NASDAQ:IPA) – Last but certainly not least, it is IPA that may be looked into a bit more interest by investors at this point in time. There has been no news about the company for quite some time but back on May 9, the company had made a major announcement with regards to its Belgian multi-omics analysis platform provider subsidiary Biostrand.

It was announced that Biostrand had won a grant to the tune of as much as 460,000 Euros from the research fund of the local Flemish government in Belgium named VLAIO.

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