This is a long-shot speculation, but since the company is mute, speculation becomes a form of life.
The article below is about the Bridgemark scandal which is one of the reasons all Canadian pot stocks have been eviscerated in the past months. While unrelated to LEX, two touch points may vibrate and even a loose vibration might make big money evaporate. The Bridgemark bleeding is still being investigated as big money identifies who is stained and dies and who is not stained and can survive the slow bleeding. Only the strong survive, right?
What might the loose connection be? Here are two:
1. A couple of years ago Lex was tagged as a potential pump and dump and ended up on a list with some of the companies involved in the Bridgemark scandal. Coincidence or deserved? Who knows?
2. This is from this article below: "Why are all of these companies using 1199 West Hastings Street Vancouver?
Does anybody remember LEX's Vancouver address. One block away:
1055 W. Hastings St., Suite 1900, Vancouver, BC Canada V6E 2E9.
Yes, it's a loose connection. But scandal terrifies big money and they flee first and find out facts second. And the truth is that smell attracts. Bridgemark certainly stinks to high heaven. LEX isn't exactly odor free either. https://equity.guru/2019/08/08/abattis-bioceuticals-att-c-grift-building-several-years-regulators-couldnt-ignore-anymore/?fbclid=IwAR30S33J3QOFNE_5xZV98DqxklD---Ky4naLpO2Xxqi30UVT7aOqBYOjebI
And if nothing else, this is actually an interesting article about the tumor-ridden underbelly of the penny stock world.