We thought that was an important piece of intel to probe into during our conversation because other than a brief discussion of Gray Matters in a few press releases, we never really got a full look into what this company does. Jamie does a great job of talking about the problems that Gray Matters is solving and how its use of the blockchain should not be viewed as associated with the hyped up and pump dump conversations surrounding worthless cryptocurrencies.
Seeing A Breakdown in Highflying Stocks That Could Signal A Shift in Investor Approach to Valuation [GeoWire Weekly No. 15]
Since 2010, there's really been this disconnect in the market. A lot of high flying stocks, with high growth rates and revenue with perhaps little earnings per share growth or maybe even negative cash flow, had risen to nosebleed valuations in terms of prices to sales and enterprise value to sales ratios. You can't value them on other metrics, really. Some of them might have weak balance sheets, using debt and leverage to grow their revenue.
Short Term Information Arbitrage Bleeds into a Longer Term Play For Technology Stock [GeoWire Weekly Issue No. 14]
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One Last Word on GeoInvesting’s 2021 – Retrospective on Our Stock Coverage and Initiatives [GeoWire Weekly No. 13]
Happy New Year! With another year down the drain, we looked back at some of the things that we embarked upon in 2021, as well as some of the recurring subject matter that we tracked during each passing month. It’s likely that a good deal of coverage is going to bleed into 2022, but our pipeline of new stock ideas is always robust and on the immediate horizon,
We hope you are enjoying your holiday season so far. With Christmas behind us and the New Year up ahead, we are organizing our thoughts on how to approach 2022. Facilitated through calculated research and disciplined portfolios, the last 2 years have been good to GeoInvesting and its members. We don’t plan to stop paving the way to this good fortune. With back to back abbreviated trading weeks and low volume in most stocks, as is expected the time of year, let’s see if this market-wide counter-COVID Santa Rally persists to the year’s end!
This week, we thought we'd share a small excerpt of the Fireside Chat we had with a company that distributes products and supplies for the personal hair care industry. We know, not very exciting, but you don’t need an extravagant business plan to have an exciting movement in your stock price. Sometimes boring is beautiful. And this is the multi-bagger setup we think we have here.
IAIC Theme Continues: Is This The Beginning of a Bigger Run, or Just A Head Fake? [GeoWire Weekly Issue No. 10]
Ironically, today’s post is about an event that occurred a week later, on Friday, December 10, that led to another spike in the price of IAIC from $3.72 to $4.15. There are most likely a number of underlying factors that are causing IAIC’s accelerated increase in price...
We associate the term “Raiser” with the actions of a shareholder who owns a large chunk of shares, and has made the decision to sell those shares in a large block. Maybe the holder is desperate to liquidate for personal reasons, to raise funds for another investment, or is just spooked by the market’s volatility in general and wants to sit on the sidelines for a while.