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Putting a spotlight on CXDO one more time before tomorrow’s earnings (GeoWire Weekly Issue No. 24)

By |2022-03-21T13:27:15-04:00March 20th, 2022|

As you know, the company's President and COO, Doug Gaylor, participated in our new Management Morning Briefing service on March 16, 2022. CXDO was the second company to have been featured in such a manner. Altigen Communications Inc (OTC:ATGN) is next in line, this week. Even though the stock isn’t performing commensurate with the strong sentiment being conveyed by the company, the narrative has not changed and is still echoed in the briefing. A key piece of input we wanted to get clarity on from Doug was how he felt about the competitive landscape of the UCaaS industry, especially in light of Ringcentral, Inc. (NYSE:RNG) 36% year to date decline in stock price. More specifically, is the decline in RNG’s price a warning that the industry growth outlook may be changing? We also wanted to get Doug’s opinion on how CXDO is positioned to compete as Microsoft begins to aggressively roll out its UCaaS product offerings. It’s worth noting that CXDO is now selling at a P/S of 2.2 on current 2022 revenue estimates.

Looking to Keep Idea Flow Strong in Subdued Microcap Environment (GeoWire Weekly Issue No. 23)

By |2022-03-14T09:37:42-04:00March 13th, 2022|

It’s possible that with an overwhelming amount of depressed microcap stock prices, that there might be a diamond in the rough waiting to be discovered. With the tools we have in house, it’s our aim to as quickly as possible identify these candidates using valuation metrics that meet our standards. 

Spotlight on Two GeoInvesting Contributors and Their Pitches (GeoWire Weekly No 22)

By |2022-03-06T20:52:07-05:00March 6th, 2022|

In March, we’ve already received two premium member contributions - one from Andrew Ing (@AndrewIng8) on a stock based in Australia, which is a first for our community, and another from Tim Heitman (@Investing501), who regularly published articles to GeoInvesting in 2021. We’d like to extend a thank you to them for choosing GeoInvesting as the platform to share their ideas for all of us to appreciate.

Research Contributor Closes Position in USAK, Now 3 for 3; Video Segments Of Interview with Diversified Company Paint Promising Picture GeoWire Weekly No 21)

By |2022-03-02T09:25:50-05:00February 27th, 2022|

Below are highlights of subject matter related to the company's tube/magnetron/microwave business and use cases, the replacement of lead acid batteries with longer-life ultracapacitor modules in wind turbines, as well as the profitability of these capacitors. We are extremely excited about the company's involvement in the wind turbine industry, as its ultracapacitor solutions extend the useful life of equipment needed to operate turbines when compared to the status quo lead acid lead acid battery solution. Furthermore, the company is starting to address the needs of lab grown diamond and 5G markets, hot and growing sectors where RELL is seeing increased order flow.

Should Zynex, Inc. (ZYXI) Be Back on Our Radar? GeoWire Weekly No 20)

By |2022-02-27T15:20:54-05:00February 21st, 2022|

Today’s analyst estimates for ZYXI of $20.47 (Sentieo) are more than 185% higher than ZYXI’s current price of $7.00, a price that we think might represent a “coming back down to earth” scenario, where valuation should be reassessed, even in light of a new February 17, 2022 report by Night Market Research on the company titled, “Zynex: UnitedHealthcare Terminating Contract – An Undisclosed Loss That Accounts For 50%+ EBITDA.” Night Market Research thinks that guidance will need to be dropped, but is this really the case? Will the UnitedHealthcare Network want to get back money for which they were supposedly overbilled, or will they have already lost their leverage and window of opportunity, being that they were originally part of Zynex’s network? Will the new acquisition dilute shareholders since more than half of it was stock-based, and how accretive will it be? How will this affect estimates?

PodClip On One Of Our Highest Conviction Ideas, And The State Of The Market [GeoWire Weekly No. 19]

By |2022-02-22T10:12:40-05:00February 13th, 2022|

On this Super Bowl Sunday, we're highlighting a PodClip recorded by Maj on Friday where he talks about a few things.  First he reflects upon his investing over the years and how the market is rotational. After years of reckless behavior where investors ignored, valuations came into play and the numbers matter again - microcaps being a big beneficiary of this pattern of capitulation and resetting.

Origin Agritech 20F Hints At Silver Lining Amid Delays; Orbit International Fireside Chat [GeoWire Weekly Issue No, 18]

By |2022-03-10T13:20:52-05:00February 6th, 2022|

Origin Agritech Limited (NASDAQ:SEED) filed its 20F after the close last Friday. We are obviously not pleased with the company's propensity to overpromise and underdeliver. However, a lot of this has to do with the government delaying the GMO positive process that appeared to be a goal that should have been met by the end of 2021, according to information published on various sources in China. Nonetheless, we still think that Dr. Gengchen Han, the chairman and founder of the company, needs to step up to the plate and buy stock in the open market to help instill investor confidence in the company's future.

1st Month 2022 Down, 11 To Go… [GeoWire Issue No. 17]

By |2022-02-02T17:08:18-05:00January 30th, 2022|

There’s been a retail investor exodus from the markets, as is evidenced by Robin Hood’s disclosure of a widespread disengagement of its users over the past 2 quarters. Could it be that the existence of a vastly inexperienced and isolated investor base has finally manifested itself as a situation where the first sign of market turmoil turns into a flight to safety? How many have been irreversibly monetarily affected, in turn causing a disaffected state of mind? After all, 2020 to 2021 saw the biggest influx of retail investors in history, over 10 million.

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