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“The anticipated cost savings alone equates to about a whopping $1.70 (tax adjusted, $1.27) in pre-tax EPS!! At the current price of $8.00, the stock is selling at a P/E of 6.29x on just the expense savings, assuming no growth in the company’s business. A re-rate to a P/E of 10x or 15x would equate to an eventual price target range of $12.27 to $19.05, respectively. 

We will be revisiting this story, with an obsession, in the coming weeks…Stay very tuned.”

~ Key quote from this Sunday’s Weekly Wrap Up.


  • Tornadoes and Turnarounds in focus: While it’s a little early, One stock is getting very interesting again.
  • KEQU: Classic Turnaround Case Study
  • ALAR Takes round 2 in bull vs. bear battle royale, rebounding from a standing 10 count in round 1.
  • CRWS Turnaround worth watching due to low P/E and 6% dividend yield.
  • Nanomaterials industry is expected to grow 33.1% from 2023 to 2030. Trying to get the CEO of nanocap player, no pun intended, on a GeoInvesting Skull Session Fireside Chat to present his company’s growth plan that just inflected.
  • A walk down memory lane with a GeoInvesting Intern from 2006 to 2008.

If there was a recurring theme in our email communications this week, it was clearly turnarounds. Among our 10 point checklist to find tier one micro cap stocks is identifying high-probability turnarounds. Our vigilance for these opportunities remains a key component in trying to identify multibaggers early in their formations. Don’t get me wrong, finding multibagger turnarounds is not easy and took me years to get right.  

I guess this parallels with a storm chaser who gambles on deciding to follow and bet on an EF1 tornado developing into an EF5. In fact, Less than 1% of tornadoes are classified as EF5s, the most damaging tornadoes. But when you get it right, it’s exhilarating. 

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