You're 100% right about TEK CM. It definitely trades at a discount and that's why it's such a gem. Also I think a lot of people have misunderstood the model in the past, but with Belluscura and the crowdfunds for LUCYD and SALARIUS, we know how it works. With those too TEK will end up with far higher stakes too so they are also getting better at operating their own model, as you'd expect.
Yeah, IMO they'll be lining up another IP for spring next year, which they'll fund out of their retained portion of their Belluscura stake and with such a wide choice you just know it's going to be well interesting !
I'm pretty sure you can only do this stateside. If not I've made it way too complicated. Microventures look Kosher to me and have been around awhile so reasonably confident they can be trusted. (Hopefully not famous last words :/)
You must have got in on the first round to get that valuation. Well done :) - Yes. You'd expect the last $100k or so (haven't checked recently) to go in a flash with recent news. Has to strengthen the case to invest.
Yes $100 minimum investment but unlikely to be worth it with the associated fees. The crowdfund is stateside though (microventures for me) so be prepared for a transaction fee. I bought $3000 worth but ended up losing about $200 through transaction fees and exchange etc. I think it would have been a lot less if I wasn't a UK investor.
The charges to get in are a negative but the binary bet/low valuation etc helped me swallow that, Ie I'd be hoping for a $15000 return at that sort of valuation so acceptable on a winning bet. If it's a loser I've flushed another $200 down the Khazi
Yes. The technicals have worked out nicely. Should have doubled that buy with my trading pot but, you know, it always feels so counter intuitive that it's easier psychologically to buy/sell in traches (for me at least).
Really is picking up speed here though and these AIMS can b very exponential so could surprise even those who know the inherent value inside out.
Salarius will shortly have a lot of funds to propel themselves forward too so looking pretty hot.
Incidently the crowdfund is open and you can still get in with a valuation of $5 million. A binary bet and no less but if it wins it's got to be a multiple of x5 to early investors within a couple of years. This kind of news makes that valuation look ridiculous
I don't know how this happened or how the movers and shakers made it happen but all of a sudden we're back to where we were with a load of buying headroom (we were flirting with overbought territory the last time we were here)
40p definitely in play and hopefully sooner rather than later :)
4400 stores. That's interesting CM. I imagine they will be targeting specific clients through location with regard to the health element but assuming they do well, they will no doubt increase the distribution outlets within Walmart itself.
I saw an interesting bit of maths suggesting that if the mark up is 100% (easy enough to believe, and they only sold 10 bags a week in each of the 800 stores that, that would equate to >$2 million dollars a year (and that's just this supermarket chain). -------------------------- I get > $5.5 million profit using the above. Can that be right. Assuming $13.5 clear profit (production cost + transport (is this too high?)
That they do. I remember a road trip around California. Stopped for breakfast and asked for coffee and toast and I'm pretty sure they assumed I was homeless. Everyone else was tucking into steak eggs and those weird muffins (bit like scones) they top it all off with.