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As Oil Field Chemical Company Enters Radar, Let’s Make Sure We Are On The Same Page On InfoArb [GeoWire Weekly No. 51]

September 25th, 2022|

We may have found an information disconnect with another company. While we pulled the trigger right away with ESCC, it’s not always a given that we will do so with all information arbitrage plays, nor is it a given that we are entirely comfortable with going too gangbusters on our commentary, especially if it’s a company that operates in a field we are not too well versed in. This is the case with oil field chemical company,, when on August 15, 2022, the company filed a Management Discussion & Analysis document in conjunction with its Q2 financial results. It should be noted that we missed the filing when it came out but are using this as an example of how detrimental it can be to miss valuable information. In other words, while it would have been nice to have tracked it from ground zero, we’re not sure we would have bought the stock.

A 140 Year Old Company Openly States Company Principles, Worthy of Tracking [GeoWire Weekly No. 50]

September 18th, 2022|

We are following a stock that has something in common with an historic stock market milestone - the year 1929. The span of time between 1929 to 1939 marked a 10-year era known as The Great Depression, a protracted event that many argue had a multitude of causes, both domestically in the United States and worldwide. The US saw a major decline in the stock market, falling consumer prices (deflation) in the midst of a major shift in product manufacturing techniques, joblessness, and an eventual slowdown in global trade that brought commerce to a fraction of what it once was just years before. Ironically, we are now following a manufacturing company that was incorporated the very year marked by the beginning of the Depression. (although it was technically founded in 1880). If you think about that for a second or two, it’s not often you can find a company that has been around for 140+ years. As you may know by now, our first criteria in our tier one quality microcap checklist is “long operating history.”

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GeoWire Monthly, Vol. 2, Issue No. 8, September 2022

September 13th, 2022|

This month, we are changing things up a little to highlight some useful video clips and discussions that will give you a glimpse into the personalities that have paved the way for many investors in how they approach different strategies to find the best stocks in the market. This month we wanted to highlight a particular theme that is relevant in today’s market environment -  dealing with volatility and our belief that traditional value investing strategies are about to stage an epic comeback.

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Shareholder Letter Has Stalwart Fitlife Brands Back On Our Radar [GeoWire Weekly No. 49]

September 11th, 2022|

Fitlife Brands Inc (OTC:FTLF) is a manufacturer and marketer of nutritional supplements for health conscious consumers in the United States and internationally. We’re going to start watching FTLF a little closer due to the contents in a mid-year shareholder letter that the company issued in a July 8k in conjunction with its December 2021 year end results. You can see our prior coverage on FTLF here. GeoInvesting research contributor, Avram Fisher, published his bullish thesis on July 29, 2016 at a price of $3.45. We subsequently published a ‘Reasons For Tracking (RFT) piece on the company on November 23, 2018 at a price of $1.38 (report prices adjusted for splits - 1:10 on 4/16/2019 and 4:1 on 12/8/2021).

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Continuing to Converse About the Strategies Behind GeoInvesting’s Stock Idea Discovery [GeoWire Weekly No. 47]

August 27th, 2022|

It’s ironic that company filings, earnings conference call transcripts, social media, letters to shareholders, data sources, and the internet have made it easier for investors to find InfoArb and use it to their advantage, but so many fail to do so. Why? Besides possibly not having a time to go through all these sources of information, now that more information is available than ever, it’s everywhere, so where do you start? We find the conference call transcripts to be particularly valuable resources. It’s exciting to know that when companies report their quarterly earnings, the “accomplice” to great findings might be that not-so-well-attended live conference call. The call’s transcript will then reside on platforms like Seeking Alpha and Sentieo, which we happen to subscribe to.