LOS ANGELES, CA, July 29, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE – The continued growth of US Nuclear Corp (OTC: UCLE) has led the company to upgrade to the OTC-QB market. US Nuclear Corp was previously listed on the OTC-Pink Marketplace, and this upgrade will help the company build shareholder value, increase visibility, and engage new investors.
The key benefits of upgrading to OTC-QB include:
Better Information: OTC-QB is recognized by the SEC as an established public market. The platform enables US Nuclear to provide current public information that investors need to analyze, value, and trade UCLE.
Efficient Market Standards: Multiple reporting standards give US Nuclear the flexibility to control reporting costs and complexity, while still providing a premium market.
Better Visibility: A large network of data distributors and media partners ensures that trade data, news, and disclosure from US Nuclear are available to broker-dealers, market data providers, and investors.
Better Trading: Investors get an exchange-comparable information experience, with convenient trading through their preferred broker or financial advisor, transparent pricing with real-time quotes, and trusted disclosure. Upgrading to the OTC-QB will also make US Nuclear Corp more attractive to investors and allow a wider array of investors to buy US Nuclear stock.
Robert Goldstein, CEO of US Nuclear Corp, commented: “Upgrading to the OTC-QB is just one more step for us as we continue to grow and evolve on the public marketplace. We are looking forward to increasing our company’s reputation and visibility on the market.”
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CONTACT: US Nuclear Corp. (OTCBB: UCLE) Robert I. Goldstein, President, CEO, and Chairman Rachel Boulds, Chief Financial Officer (818) 883 7043 Email: email@example.com
Source: US Nuclear Corp.
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