- Last Close 0.1096
- Sector Communication Services
- Industry Entertainment
- Investment Style
- Day Range 0.09 – 0.11
- Year Range 0.02 – 0.14
- Market Cap 1.0669 Mil
- Volume / Avg 31,100.0 / 28,863.7
- Price / Sales —
- Price / Book —
- Forward Div Yield 1.66%
- Trailing Div Yield —
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Company Profile BRSE
Broadside Enterprises Inc is a development stage company. Its operations are structured along with four divisions, Media, Branded goods, Real estate, and Blockchain technology. Its Media division is focused on the development, financing, acquisition, and distribution of media assets. The Real estate division seeks to finance, acquire and develop long-term assets for the company in both residential and commercial real estate as well as natural resources with a focus on Africa and the Middle East. The Blockchain technologies division intends to establish a crypto-mining operation and develop token and blockchain applications.
San Juan, PR, 00901
FAQs for Broadside Enterprises Inc Stock
Yes. BRSE has a forward dividend yield of 1.66%.
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BRSE’s market cap is 1.07 Mil.
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