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$ATWT: This $8M market cap, $0.02/share company could put a dent in human trafficking for kids with this new product. (Redone)

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17/05/2021 - 05:17

ATWEC Technologies is a tiny company that makes child safety systems and equipment. (Child Safety: $250B market). They just launched their new products SafeBus Vue and SafeBus ETA+ that will let parents track their kids school buses and watch live feeds inside the busses. Another product they make is a automatic sanitization system for school busses commercial vehicles, and public transportation. I'm actually more excited about this one because of aftermath of covid and all but I will write about that on tomorrow. They've already signed a contract worth $22.5M worth of it's products back in late February but prematurely announced the company who made the purchase because are still finalizing that deal. Sales from that contract alone will be worth 3x its current market cap. The stock price has slowly declined a massive 80% since making the announcement due to youtubers pumping the news and ATWT selling its stock to purchase SafeBus Technologies. On May 31, they will finalized their acquisition and I'm sure there will be an announcement for that as well. I think this gives us a fantastic buying price now. This is an OTC limited stock that has already sent in an attorney letter to become pink current. Thus is HUGE news and here's why.. Some brokers only allow pink current OTC stocks to be bought and sold on their brokerages. This will give many more investors the opportunity to invest in ATWEC Technologies who couldn't before. SafeBus link: https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/ATWT/news/First-Pilot-Programs-to-Begin-at-Memphis-Day-Care-Centers-in-April-2021?id=299054 $22.5M contract link: https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/ATWT/news/ATWEC-Technologies-Inc-Announces-Contract-for-a-mixture-of-95000-different-units-from-its-product-line?id=291388 I posted about this stock yesterday but took it down because I felt the original post seemed too hyped and I wanted this to sound more professional. So I deleted all of it and am posting this on all the pages I follow now. Send some feedback. For people who have been asking, This is an OTC stock so you can get it from any broker that supports OTC stocks. Charles Schwab, td ameritrade, think or swim, etrade are the ones I can think of off the top of my head. You should have at least two broker anyway. Its good to spread out your money. Never know when robinthehood is going to pull another fast one on us.   submitted by   /u/ThomasTanksDown [link]   [comments]


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  1. $ATWT $8M market cap just got an LOI for 1000 vehicles in the middle east (31/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    ATWEC ($ATWT) Subsidiary SafeBus Tech Signs LOI for Middle East Sales! This is a tiny company with a market cap of only $8M ($0.0215/share) and has been making some huge moves recently. ATWT to Export New Vehicle Technologies to Schools in Saudi Arabia and UAE. The Company will initially commit to installing systems on up to 1,000 vehicles in greater Riyadh, beginning in late 2021. The price of the systems ranges from basic $250 up to $2500 per vehicle, for a high-functioning and powerful security system. "We are exploring the opportunity for immediate sales beyond our nation's borders, to countries like Saudi Arabia, whose cities have as many children and as many buses as we do," said Ravi Saini, one of the founding partners of SafeBus INTL. "These new relationships will ramp up the Company's sales efforts and require expanded manufacturing of the units. ATWT can go into high production mode, and hopefully attain exponential growth by 2023." The stock price has slowly declined a massive 80% since making the announcement due to youtubers pumping the news and ATWT selling its stock to purchase SafeBus Technologies. On May 31, they will finalized their acquisition and I'm sure there will be an announcement for that as well. I think this gives us a fantastic buying price now because of all the catalysts coming. Anytime new news comes out about this stock, I like to post it on the pages I follow. This is not meant to be a distraction for AMC (TO THE MOON!) but this is a great small cap stock to look into! LOI https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/ATWT/news/ATWEC-Subsidiary-SafeBus-Tech-Signs-LOI-for-Middle-East-Sales?id=303984 $22.5M contract signed https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/ATWT/news/ATWEC-Technologies-Inc-Announces-Contract-for-a-mixture-of-95000-different-units-from-its-product-line?id=291388 SafeBus Aquisition https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/ATWT/news/First-Pilot-Programs-to-Begin-at-Memphis-Day-Care-Centers-in-April-2021?id=299054   submitted by   /u/ThomasTanksDown [link]   [comments]
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  2. $ATWT designs child safety products and just signed $22.5M deal and has a market cap of $22M. Here's more info. (28/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    ATWEC Technologies or ATWT is a PINK OTC stock with a market cap of $22M that makes child safety products like a child safety check for school busses and an automatic sanitization system for vehicles.. It just signed a $22.5M contract to provide 95,000 units of its products to a company it wouldn't disclose the name for. Link: https://www.bizjournals.com/memphis/news/2021/02/25/memphis-safety-tech-company-atwech-tec.html It also finalized another $1.96M deal in Dec. for its safebus product which puts its foot in the door for the $250B Child Safety Industry. Link: https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/ATWT/news/ATWEC-Finalizes-196M-SafeBus-Technologies-Deal-Securing-Strategic-Position-In-250B-Child-Safety-Industry?id=283591 I found this company from Moon Market on YouTube https://youtu.be/3t5asPOU-7A but I really think he is right about this one. No one knows about this company yet. It is truly a diamond in the rough. I don't want this stock it get pumped and dumped because there really is a huge potential for this company but I am still posting about it in hopes people will buy and hold for great long term gains. Disclosure on position: 100,000 shares and doubling up tomorrow   submitted by   /u/ThomasTanksDown [link]   [comments]
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  3. $22.5m contract, $8m market cap. Enough said. (14/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    ATWEC Technologies or ATWT is a Pink Limited OTC stock with a market cap of $8M that makes child safety products like a child safety check for school busses and an automatic sanitization system for vehicles. It has signed a $22.5M contract to provide 95,000 units of its products. $22.5 MILLION! THATS ALMOST 3X THE MARKET CAP OF THE ENTIRE COMPANY! It also finalized another $1.96M deal in Dec. for its safebus product. This company is in the $250B child care industry! AWTEC has already submitted the attorney letter meaning it should go pink current any day now! That would put it on many more brokerages to purchase, driving up volume and price. At its current evaluation, ATWT is ridiculously undervalued. Struggling markets have brought all OTC stocks down but this price is just absurd. I'm loading up and ready for the ride of a lifetime! Sources: https://www.bizjournals.com/memphis/news/2021/02/25/memphis-safety-tech-company-atwech-tec.html https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/ATWT/news/ATWEC-Finalizes-196M-SafeBus-Technologies-Deal-Securing-Strategic-Position-In-250B-Child-Safety-Industry?id=283591 For people who have been asking, This is an OTC stock so you can get it from any broker that supports OTC stocks. Charles Schwab, td ameritrade, think or swim, etrade are the ones I can think of off the top of my head. You should have at least two broker anyway. Its good to spread out your money. Never know when robinthehood is going to pull another fast one on us.   submitted by   /u/ThomasTanksDown [link]   [comments]
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  10. [Long Play] $CAPC Smart Mirror to Commence Shipping Next Month - Currently under $2/share (24/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  25. The Children’s Place (PLCE): Digital growth, store fleet restructure are instrumental to growth strategy (10/03/2021 - AlphaStreet)
    Shares of The Children’s Place Inc. (NASDAQ: PLCE) were down 6% in afternoon hours on Wednesday. The stock has gained 54% since the beginning of this year and 107% over the past 12 months. Although the company reported sales and earnings declines for the fourth quarter of 2020 on a year-over-year basis, the results came in better than analysts’ projections. Despite the challenges it faced in 2020, The Children’s Place remains optimistic on its growth strategy for this year and beyond. Market share dynamics Looking at the current birth rate trends and the size of the 0-10 kids market, The Children’s Place believes it has opportunities to gain market share. On its quarterly conference call, the company stated that birth rates in the US are estimated to drop to approx. 3.63 million births in 2020 from around 3.75 million in 2019. This number is expected to fall further to around 3.4 million in 2021 and then rise slightly to 3.5 million in 2022 before falling again in 2024. In other words, there is not going to be a baby boom anytime soon. Since The Children’s Place generates only 5% of its revenue from the newborn or 0-2 category, these birth rates will not impact it in the near-term compared to the other players who have a more concentrated share in this market. 95% of the company’s business comes from the size two and up segment where the competition is more fragmented thereby giving it the opportunity to capture market share from struggling retailers in this space. The acquisition of the Gymboree brand also provides the company with the opportunity to grow market share in the underpenetrated toddler space which is expected to help offset the impact on sales from the birth rate declines. Looking at the 0-10 kids market, over the past 10 years, this market has contracted by 18%. Based on NPD data provided by The Children’s Place on its earnings call, the size of this market was $23.5 billion in 2020, reflecting a drop of 11% from 2019. This contraction over the past decade was the result of lower birth rates, liquidations of struggling retailers and more recently the revenue impact from the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the company expects the pandemic to affect the 0-10 kids market at least through the first half of 2021, it believes as the vaccines are distributed, the market will see a sales recovery in 2022. The retailer was able to offset some of its market share declines in this space through strong performance from its digital channel and it believes that once the pandemic subsides and all its stores are open again, it will be able to grow market share.   Digital strength In the fourth quarter, the company’s top line results were impacted by store closures, reduced operating hours at mall stores as well as a significant decline in back-to-school demand as schools shifted to remote learning models. These declines were partly offset by higher digital sales. Digital sales rose 38% in Q4, making up 46% of total sales. In FY2020, digital sales increased 37% and the company added 1.9 million new digital customers. It also converted 1 million of its store-only customers to omnichannel customers and saw its mobile app downloads increase by around 60%. The Children’s Place saw its digital penetration increase to 53% at the end of 2020 from 31% at the end of 2019. The company said the pandemic accelerated its digital transformation by around five years. The digital channel has contributed meaningfully to operating margins due to its high basket size, low return rates and lower overhead costs. Going forward, the company will focus on scaling its digital business as well as on customer acquisition and retention. Store fleet The Children’s Place closed 60 stores in Q4, bringing its total store closures in 2020 to 178. The company is targeting 122 store closures for 2021, with around 25 in Q1, bringing its total closures for the two-year period to its target of 300. These 300 stores represented around $270 million in store sales in 2019. When factoring in a transfer rate (which measures the success of digital transformation) of 30%, the company expects a sales loss of around $190 million, or less than 10% of 2019 total net sales, while reducing the store fleet by around 30% since 2019. These closures are expected to be accretive to operating profit and margin. Click here to read the full transcript of The Children’s Place Q4 2020 earnings conference callThe post The Children’s Place (PLCE): Digital growth, store fleet restructure are instrumental to growth strategy first appeared on AlphaStreet.
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  26. The Moneyist: My wife and I have 3 kids. I also have 3 kids from a previous marriage. How should we split our house among these 6 children? (19/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    The Moneyist responds: ‘Like splitting a bill in a restaurant, there comes a time when you must balance your forensic accounting with what is palatable for those at the table.’
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  27. Discovery Kids rides high on the viewership as the channel records 18-20% rise in Q1 2021 (25/03/2021 - Financial Express)
    Discovery Kids claims to have 15 new movies in the pipeline which it plans to launch every week along with new episodes of their current shows
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  28. Chinese New Year and affect on the market (26/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Billions of various currencies are withdrawn by the Chinese to gift and spend during the Chinese New Year. When you see your holdings drop in value keep in mind many of stocks you own are heavily invested in by the Chinese citizen. To get money for the Chinese New Year, which ends today. they sell a large percentage of their portfolio for taking trips, gifts, and if they own a company to pay a standard one month bonus to their employees. The Chinese New Year shuts down factories, causes market changes, impacts the price of Cryptocurrency, delays the ability for companies throughout the world to deliver product due to needed Chinese made components to finish products made everywhere else in the world. My old company used a Chinese company, FOXCON, to manufacture computer related products. Even though we tried to order additional product to prepare for the Chinese New Year shutdown not once were we able to compensate for that shutdown. We were told flat out "Don't even call to ask for additional product" and I am pretty sure if you have a printer it was sold by my old company. My point is if you have cash consider buying stock or Crypto today because I am pretty sure next week we will see a nice bounce back especially on Monday morning.   submitted by   /u/Sea-de-Bleu [link]   [comments]
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  29. Fastly drops 27% after release of Q1-21 results - Price roller coaster (07/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Fastly released its Q1-21 performance on Thursday, after which the stock price dropped a whopping 27%. The company generated revenues of $84.9 million (35% YoY) vs. $85.1 million market consensus. Net loss per share was $0.12 vs. an expected $0.11. These are not big misses but make the company one of the few high-growth cloud players that underperformed market expectations. However, the company also lowered its guidance for Q2: Fastly forecasts revenues of $84 - $87 million and a net loss of $0.16 - $0.19 per share, compared to the market consensus of $92 million in revenue and a net loss of $0.08 per share, thereby disappointing investors. Lastly, Adriel Lares will step down as CFO of the company after 5 years. Shareholder letter The company is now trading at a PPS of $42, compared to its high of $119 only 3 months ago, representing a TEV / NTM revenue multiple of 11.9x. ​ https://preview.redd.it/o0icgq474ox61.png?width=1312&format=png&auto=webp&s=4ef3707685f45a263efeb7c74cbf6f82ec9c810b   submitted by   /u/CloudInvest [link]   [comments]
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  30. Guess what’s helping kids beat the lockdown blues (14/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    While it’s no secret that the extended lockdown is taking a toll on our children’s mental health, the good news is that online activity classes for kids have emerged as the game changer
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  31. Company market cap question. (18/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Do shares unavailable to buy, like ones owned by the owner of the company effect market cap and share prices? I own some uwmc and its market cap is around 15b and and out of all the shares out there only 6% are available to investors. Does this mean that the 6% are worth 15b or that the 100% is worth 15b and only 6% of that's for purchase?   submitted by   /u/Aces106987 [link]   [comments]
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  32. The Global Video Gaming Market and UK Gaming Stocks: Frontier Developments & Team17 (10/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi all, I have a website where I cover video gaming stocks, so far I've only done companies in the UK but I intend on going international. My analyses take a product-first approach and are very detailed if you are interested. In light of TinyBuild Games (US Video gaming company) IPO on the UK's AIM stock market yesterday, I thought I'd share that's there are a few gaming stocks in the UK that are under the radar in my view, a very exciting space not many really talk about here in the UK. Anyways here's the link to the website: https://virtundiresearch.com/work All of the company analyses can be viewed in pdf, therefore, it's ideal if you go on the website via PC and not mobile. Love to hear peoples' thoughts on this space in the UK. Have a good week!   submitted by   /u/BigBoyoWonga [link]   [comments]
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  33. : Kids boost their pandemic earnings by doing more chores — and selling toys on eBay (11/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    The average amount of chores completed by U.S. kids has jumped 236% year-over-year, according to a new study.
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  34. The Lego Life: What used to be a kids’ product in 90s now grabs the attention of youngsters, as well as adults (08/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    Recently, Time magazine even named Lego Group among the world’s 100 most influential companies in its inaugural list of businesses shaping the future of society.
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  35. TAAT.CN ONLINE MARKET LAUNCH AND SOME DD (21/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    My position is 1300 shares @$3.75. This is not financial advice. I can't post images of charts I prepared so feel free to search my other posts in other subs to see. For those that don't know what TAAT is, they are a company on the CSE but operating in USA developing a hemp based cigarette product with CBD added to help with smoking cessation. Lots of information out there to look through but this is primarily an assessment of their growth and also where we might expect their share price to move. Please be aware this is not financial advice, and you should do your own DD. I wanted to do some growth analysis to see where things may go based on initial sales numbers from TAAT's online market launch of $50,000 in sales over 48 hours and figured I would share with the group here. What I did was took the number of packs sold assuming $50,000/$5 per pack = 10,000 packs sold over the 48 hours. I assumed that a similar purchase pattern will continue over the first week, for a total of 35,000 packs sold during the first week. Now I assumed that for every pack sold, one cigarette would be given to another person to try as I know a lot of people are excited to share this product with their friends and family. Obviously with COVID there aren't as many people as possible gathering, but I think anyone that smokes knows that you can never get through a pack of cigarettes without lending at least one out to someone. I think sharing with one person is a conservative assumption, and would likely be higher, but for this analysis I am using more of a worse case for two growth scenarios, 1% growth and 10% growth. The 1 percent growth means that basically 1/100 packs sold, or cigarettes given away, would convert someone to start smoking TAAT. Likewise, 10 percent growth means that 1/10 packs sold would generate a new TAAT consumer. Obviously, this isn't exact, but I think it is a fair assumption and the reality will fall somewhere in-between (or better). This amounts to a 52-week period packs sold online with unrestricted supply being 2,371,911 to 49,365,026 at 1% to 10%, respectively. We also have to understand capacity though. Recently TAAT has announced increased capacity by 233% according to the company's news release on February 10, 2021, allowing for a production of 57,000 cartons per month (or 570,000 packs per month, or about 150,000 per week). I am not exactly sure how easy it is to scale up production further, but pretty much in week 17 at the 10% growth we meet production capacity. Again, keep in mind the growth is unknown so this event may happen sooner or later. At 1% growth, we have about 60,000 packs being sold in week 52 and never exceed production capacity. To estimate the number of customers this might support demand for, when we sum up weekly sales to get annual sales then divide by 365 days per year assuming these are pack-a-day smokers, we see the numbers would roughly support 6,500, 135,000, or 18,000 customer needs with respect to a 1%, 10%, and 10% capacity maxed scenarios, respectively. In terms of American smoking population, the CDC estimates 34 million Americans smoke. This accounts for only 0.019%, 0.39%, or 0.05% of the spoking population, respectively. With all that said, I think it is easy to support demand for existing capacity, but I hope to see TAAT prioritizing focus on expansion in production. Supporting growth of the product I think will be one of the major difficulties they face in the next year or two, but that isn't always a bad thing but creates two concerns for me: 1) people try product but availability isn't there to transition to cigarettes, making the appeal of quitting lost, and 2) competition sees this and speeds up entry into the market. Neither of these are particularly bad because it could mean a buyout down the road from a larger company that can maintain production demand. I am also going to compare with some of the big cigarette companies currently on the market to get some indication of where this price may go based on every percentage point of market it can secure. Statista indicates the cigarette market share worldwide as of 2019, by company as of close February 19, 2021, include: China National Tobacco Corporation (CNTC) – 44% - $2.43 USD/share – Market Cap $1.7 B Philip Morris International (PMI) – 14% - $91.44 USD/share – Market Cap $140B British American Tobacco (BAT) – 12% - $36.27 USD/share – Market Cap $82B Japan Tobacco International (JTI) – 8.5% - $18.30 USD/share – Market Cap $32B Imperial Brands (IB) – 3.5% - $1953.69 USD/Share – Market Cap $13B Others – 18% - N/A – N/A The tobacco market accounted for $950B USD in 2021 with revenue forecast of 1.07T USD in 2028, so each percent of market share is approximately $9.5B to $10.7B over the next seven years. Now if we compare the existing market share and companies we can see if some sort of relationship exists that can correlate an estimate for share price per percentage market share and estimate of number of shares (Market Cap/Share Price). CNTC Market Share ($) - $950B x 0.44 = $418B – 699,588,477 shares PMI Market Share ($) - $950B x .14 = $133B – 1,531,058,618 shares BAT Market Share ($) - $950B x 0.12 = $144B – 2,260,821,616 shares JTI Market Share ($) - $950B x 0.085 = 81B – 1,748,633,880 shares IB Market Share ($) - $950B x 0.035 = $33B – 6,654,075 shares Market Share Value/number of shares to use in estimating a ratio between market share and actual share value. CNTC - $418B/699,588,477 = $597.49/share PMI - $133B/1,531,058,618 = $86.87/share BAT - $144B/2,260,821,616 = $63.69/share JTI - $81B/1,748,633,880 = $46.32/share IB - $33B/6,654,075 = $4,959/share Calculate ratio (Actual Share Value/ (Market Cap/number of shares) CNTC – $2.43/$597.49 = 0.004 PMI – $91.44/$86.87 = 1.05 BAT - $36.27/$63.69 = 0.57 JTI - $18.30/$46.32 = 0.40 IB - $1953.69/$4,959 = 0.40 Other than CNTC, which I do not know exactly how that company operates and how Chinese government regulations effect the share price and ownership, the lowest ratio is 0,40 for two of the companies while the other two are higher at 0.57 and 1.05. If we take a conservative approach, we could estimate a company share price is roughly equal to 0.40 multiplied by the 1% market share divided by the number of shares. Estimate 1% market share as it relates to share price = 0.40 x $9.5B/69,345,725 = $54.8/share Tl;dr – my estimate is that once TAAT has secured 1% of tobacco market share, their share price will be worth approximately $55/share in value. I say in value to be specific that is closer to the actual value and not the company value because of course additional factors will be at play such as the speculation on market share increase (or decrease as the existing product lines reach their market demand and bears and bulls rally like most other established companies) Let me know what your thoughts are.   submitted by   /u/marf_garf [link]   [comments]
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  36. Mexico Exports - Prepared Human & Animal Blood, Antisera, Others (13/02/2021 - Trading Economics)
    Exports - Prepared Human & Animal Blood, Antisera, Others in Mexico increased to 23350 USD THO in December from 16786 USD THO in November of 2020. Exports - Prepared Human & Animal Blood, Antisera, in Mexico averaged 6327.07 USD THO from 1993 until 2020, reaching an all time high of 35821 USD THO in September of 2009 and a record low of 346 USD THO in August of 1994. This page includes a chart with historical data for Mexico Exports of Prepared Human & Animal Blood, Antiser.
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  37. Thoughts on Teledoc? (10/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So teledoc has dropped a considerable ammount since February ($298 per share) and now it's at $151 per share. What are everyone's thoughts on this company for the long haul? I plan on investing $1000 if it dips down to 120 as I believe in their product. Is anyone here buying and holding T-Doc for the future? 10+ years?   submitted by   /u/strive4thebest [link]   [comments]
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  38. The AZEK Company names new human resource chief (15/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  39. Apple Will Lead in AR, Analyst Says. Watch for Its Helmet, Glasses, and Contact Lenses. $AAPL (08/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Eric J. Savitz•????Last Updated March 8, 2021, 11:06 AM Over time, Apple has been a pioneer in the way humans work with computers. Although it isn't always at the head of the innovation curve, no company has had a more dramatic impact on the way humans and machines interact. As TFI Asset Management analyst Ming-Chi Kuo pointed out in a research note released over the weekend, Apple popularized the mouse and graphical user interface for computers, the iPod click wheel, and multi-touch functionality for the iPhone and iPad. And he says Apple can lead the way in the next leap in computing interfaces: mixed and augmented reality. "We believe that MR/AR will be the next critical technology to define the innovative human-machine interface for electronic products," Kuo wrote in the note. "We believe that MR/AR will provide innovative visual experiences and redefine human behavior in creating, processing, and receiving information, which is why Apple is highly committed to MR/AR. One of Apple's advantages is defining the innovative human-machine interface, so we are taking a positive view of Apple's future in MR/AR." Kuo argued that in the long run, MR/AR interfaces will replace all display-equipped electronic products. Apple's strategy will unfold in three stages, he predicted. He expects Apple to launch a helmet for virtual and augmented reality experiences by mid-2022. Kuo says the helmet will be equipped with Sony-built Micro-OLED displays and various optical modules to provide a "video see-through AR experience," but with the ability to offer virtual-reality experiences as well. He thinks the price tag of the helmet will be similar to that of high-end iPhones, at about $1,000. Kuo expects the contract manufacturer Pegatron to produce the helmets. "Although Apple has been focusing on AR, we think the hardware specifications of this product can provide an immersive experience that is significantly better than existing VR products," he wrote. "We believe that Apple may highly integrate this helmet with video-related applications (like Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, etc.) as one of the key selling points." Kuo said Apple's second product in this category will be MR/AR glasses. He doesn't think Apple has an existing prototype, and wrote that the glasses won't reach the market before 2025, at the earliest. Kuo thinks the glasses will be more specifically intended for augmented reality applications. "We are looking forward to seeing the integration of glasses and Apple Car to provide an innovative user experience," he said. Even farther out, in 2030 or later, he expects Apple to offer a contact-lens product with MR/AR capabilities. "This product will bring electronics from the era of "visible computing" to "invisible computing, " he said. Apple as a matter of policy doesn't discuss unannounced products, and hasn't addressed any of these potential devices. The stock was down 1.9%, to $119.18 on Monday morning. Write to Eric J. Savitz at [email protected] © 2021 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.   submitted by   /u/folkwoodswest [link]   [comments]
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  40. Apple Will Lead in AR, Analyst Says. Watch for Its Helmet, Glasses, and Contact Lenses. $AAPL (08/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Eric J. Savitz•????Last Updated March 8, 2021, 11:06 AM Over time, Apple has been a pioneer in the way humans work with computers. Although it isn't always at the head of the innovation curve, no company has had a more dramatic impact on the way humans and machines interact. As TFI Asset Management analyst Ming-Chi Kuo pointed out in a research note released over the weekend, Apple popularized the mouse and graphical user interface for computers, the iPod click wheel, and multi-touch functionality for the iPhone and iPad. And he says Apple can lead the way in the next leap in computing interfaces: mixed and augmented reality. "We believe that MR/AR will be the next critical technology to define the innovative human-machine interface for electronic products," Kuo wrote in the note. "We believe that MR/AR will provide innovative visual experiences and redefine human behavior in creating, processing, and receiving information, which is why Apple is highly committed to MR/AR. One of Apple's advantages is defining the innovative human-machine interface, so we are taking a positive view of Apple's future in MR/AR." Kuo argued that in the long run, MR/AR interfaces will replace all display-equipped electronic products. Apple's strategy will unfold in three stages, he predicted. He expects Apple to launch a helmet for virtual and augmented reality experiences by mid-2022. Kuo says the helmet will be equipped with Sony-built Micro-OLED displays and various optical modules to provide a "video see-through AR experience," but with the ability to offer virtual-reality experiences as well. He thinks the price tag of the helmet will be similar to that of high-end iPhones, at about $1,000. Kuo expects the contract manufacturer Pegatron to produce the helmets. "Although Apple has been focusing on AR, we think the hardware specifications of this product can provide an immersive experience that is significantly better than existing VR products," he wrote. "We believe that Apple may highly integrate this helmet with video-related applications (like Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, etc.) as one of the key selling points." Kuo said Apple's second product in this category will be MR/AR glasses. He doesn't think Apple has an existing prototype, and wrote that the glasses won't reach the market before 2025, at the earliest. Kuo thinks the glasses will be more specifically intended for augmented reality applications. "We are looking forward to seeing the integration of glasses and Apple Car to provide an innovative user experience," he said. Even farther out, in 2030 or later, he expects Apple to offer a contact-lens product with MR/AR capabilities. "This product will bring electronics from the era of "visible computing" to "invisible computing, " he said. Apple as a matter of policy doesn't discuss unannounced products, and hasn't addressed any of these potential devices. The stock was down 1.9%, to $119.18 on Monday morning. Write to Eric J. Savitz at [email protected] © 2021 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.   submitted by   /u/folkwoodswest [link]   [comments]
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  41. Economic Moats/Competitive Advantage (17/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    What Warren Buffet calls the ‘economic moat’ we refer to as ‘competitive advantage’. The term refers to a companies ability to keep competition at bay over the long term life cycle of the business, maintain majority market share and favourable economics. What force is stopping or limiting the competitions capability to compete? What stops the competition from cutting their lunch? A company can have one or more of the five types of economic moats: intangible assets, cost advantage, efficient scale, switching costs, network effect. Here are Some examples of the economic moats/competitive advantage of some companies (or what I believe to be the moat) : Apple — Apple’s brand power, the belief in its product superiority by consumers and its ability to create a large cult following, allows the company to price its products at double the competitions and still outsell the competition in the market place. Coca-Cola — The powerful brand behind Coke gives them the ability to demand higher margins and outsell the competition. Coke the brand is directly associated with happiness. Coke is a product where the customer will reject the competitions equivalent at a discount, and buy the Coke product at a premium. Intel — Intels vertical integration and its operations across the entire supply chain line in the chip sector, gives intel the ability to outdo the competition on every level and hold majority market share. One year intel will focus on chip innovation, the next year it will focus on production innovation and capabilities. Despite fierce competition from AMD and NVIDIA, intel has maintained its market share of the industry. Amazon.com — Amazon is an operating system for society and daily lives of individuals. It has created a cult following who truly believe Amazon is a necessity of life equal to water, food and oxygen. Some Amazon prime members have and do become suicidal when they lose access to their account. The brand has made itself into an integral part of the day to day lives of individuals, and has made life without Amazon inconceivable for its customers. Facebook — Facebook takes advantage of network effects, product and brand power. As more people start using Facebook, then more people will be attracted to Facebook because their friends and everyone they know use it, it becomes a social necessity. Facebooks product and brand is so powerful, even its strongest and fiercest critics still use it. Economic Moats   submitted by   /u/Mr-Pink_ [link]   [comments]
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  42. TNXP DD and Analysis 2/15/21 (15/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    TNXP DD and Analysis 2/15/21 Primed Biotech/pharmaceutical analysis/DD This is not financial advice and I am not a financial advisor, do your own research, I’m just sharing what I know, and I currently hold a position in TNXP Tonix Pharmaceuticals is a biotech company with multiple products in its pipeline for chronic issues, some of which are in the very early stages and some of which are in the later stages. They have a strong balance sheet and just closed an offering meaning they have enough cash to fund their next big projects, a 1 dose live covid vaccine that is said to last longer than current vaccines and be easier/cheaper to store, and a covid T-cell skin test to determine how long vaccine effects last and which individuals are naturally more immune to covid, this will aid in the development of the vaccine. TNXP also has a stage 3 fibromyalgia product, a cocaine/substance abuse overdose product, a psychiatric disorders product, a migraine product, some autoimmune and cancer products and a neurological product, needless to say their pipeline is very impressive. They just purchased 2 very large facilities in Montana to develop and produce the vaccine, and a company usually wouldn’t do this/spend so much if they didn’t believe they had a promising vaccine candidate. They are said to own all of their intellectual property, unlike the comparable OCGN who owns 49% of whatever they make. Even at a similar market cap to OCGN (this stock is worth way more) the price per share of TNXP would be about 6$. Their Fibro results will likely come out soon as well Anyways I just wanted to open everyone’s eyes to this stock, here’s their website showing their full pipeline https://www.tonixpharma.com/pipeline/overview Before anyone comments on the vote in March to authorize increasing authorizable shares to 800M, this is not an offering, this is to allow TNXP to raise funds for its pipeline through offerings if needed because they are near their authorized share cap, they just completed a 50M offering and institutions got in including Blackrock I believe, no reason to do an offering now. TLDR: TNXP is a promising stock with a promising product pipeline, do your own dd I’m not a financial advisor, this is not financial advice, I have a long position in TNXP   submitted by   /u/adedna [link]   [comments]
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  43. Disney taps company veteran Richardson to lead human resources (29/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  44. TAAT.CN ONLINE MARKET LAUNCH AND SOME DD I DID (21/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    EDIT: For those that don't know what TAAT is, they are a company on the CSE but operating in USA developing a hemp based cigarette product with CBD added to help with smoking cessation. Lots of information out there to look through but this is primarily an assessment of their growth and also where we might expect their share price to move. Please be aware this is not financial advice, and you should do your own DD. I wanted to do some growth analysis to see where things may go based on initial sales numbers from TAAT's online market launch of $50,000 in sales over 48 hours and figured I would share with the group here. What I did was took the number of packs sold assuming $50,000/$5 per pack = 10,000 packs sold over the 48 hours. I assumed that a similar purchase pattern will continue over the first week, for a total of 35,000 packs sold during the first week. Now I assumed that for every pack sold, one cigarette would be given to another person to try as I know a lot of people are excited to share this product with their friends and family. Obviously with COVID there aren't as many people as possible gathering, but I think anyone that smokes knows that you can never get through a pack of cigarettes without lending at least one out to someone. I think sharing with one person is a conservative assumption, and would likely be higher, but for this analysis I am using more of a worse case for two growth scenarios, 1% growth and 10% growth. The 1 percent growth means that basically 1/100 packs sold, or cigarettes given away, would convert someone to start smoking TAAT. Likewise, 10 percent growth means that 1/10 packs sold would generate a new TAAT consumer. Obviously, this isn't exact, but I think it is a fair assumption and the reality will fall somewhere in-between (or better). This amounts to a 52-week period packs sold online with unrestricted supply being 2,371,911 to 49,365,026 at 1% to 10%, respectively. Processing img ud2k07dmqqi61... https://preview.redd.it/si0nelnmqqi61.png?width=448&format=png&auto=webp&s=9969e44aa1354bcce70ab1794bfb4f603ff008e0 https://preview.redd.it/rxuyg1rnqqi61.png?width=917&format=png&auto=webp&s=4cfa156c217ee18d85390448e5ab6aabb9e242de We also have to understand capacity though. Recently TAAT has announced increased capacity by 233% according to the company's news release on February 10, 2021, allowing for a production of 57,000 cartons per month (or 570,000 packs per month, or about 150,000 per week). I am not exactly sure how easy it is to scale up production further, but pretty much in week 17 at the 10% growth we meet production capacity. Again, keep in mind the growth is unknown so this event may happen sooner or later. At 1% growth, we have about 60,000 packs being sold in week 52 and never exceed production capacity. https://preview.redd.it/4du2ipboqqi61.png?width=447&format=png&auto=webp&s=452ad56c77893b31c314a81b123f109362a91d6a To estimate the number of customers this might support demand for, when we sum up weekly sales to get annual sales then divide by 365 days per year assuming these are pack-a-day smokers, we see the numbers would roughly support 6,500, 135,000, or 18,000 customer needs with respect to a 1%, 10%, and 10% capacity maxed scenarios, respectively. In terms of American smoking population, the CDC estimates 34 million Americans smoke. This accounts for only 0.019%, 0.39%, or 0.05% of the spoking population, respectively. With all that said, I think it is easy to support demand for existing capacity, but I hope to see TAAT prioritizing focus on expansion in production. Supporting growth of the product I think will be one of the major difficulties they face in the next year or two, but that isn't always a bad thing but creates two concerns for me: 1) people try product but availability isn't there to transition to cigarettes, making the appeal of quitting lost, and 2) competition sees this and speeds up entry into the market. Neither of these are particularly bad because it could mean a buyout down the road from a larger company that can maintain production demand. I am also going to compare with some of the big cigarette companies currently on the market to get some indication of where this price may go based on every percentage point of market it can secure. Statista indicates the cigarette market share worldwide as of 2019, by company as of close February 19, 2021, include: China National Tobacco Corporation (CNTC) – 44% - $2.43 USD/share – Market Cap $1.7 B Philip Morris International (PMI) – 14% - $91.44 USD/share – Market Cap $140B British American Tobacco (BAT) – 12% - $36.27 USD/share – Market Cap $82B Japan Tobacco International (JTI) – 8.5% - $18.30 USD/share – Market Cap $32B Imperial Brands (IB) – 3.5% - $1953.69 USD/Share – Market Cap $13B Others – 18% - N/A – N/A The tobacco market accounted for $950B USD in 2021 with revenue forecast of 1.07T USD in 2028, so each percent of market share is approximately $9.5B to $10.7B over the next seven years. Now if we compare the existing market share and companies we can see if some sort of relationship exists that can correlate an estimate for share price per percentage market share and estimate of number of shares (Market Cap/Share Price). CNTC Market Share ($) - $950B x 0.44 = $418B – 699,588,477 shares PMI Market Share ($) - $950B x .14 = $133B – 1,531,058,618 shares BAT Market Share ($) - $950B x 0.12 = $144B – 2,260,821,616 shares JTI Market Share ($) - $950B x 0.085 = 81B – 1,748,633,880 shares IB Market Share ($) - $950B x 0.035 = $33B – 6,654,075 shares Market Share Value/number of shares to use in estimating a ratio between market share and actual share value. CNTC - $418B/699,588,477 = $597.49/share PMI - $133B/1,531,058,618 = $86.87/share BAT - $144B/2,260,821,616 = $63.69/share JTI - $81B/1,748,633,880 = $46.32/share IB - $33B/6,654,075 = $4,959/share Calculate ratio (Actual Share Value/ (Market Cap/number of shares) CNTC – $2.43/$597.49 = 0.004 PMI – $91.44/$86.87 = 1.05 BAT - $36.27/$63.69 = 0.57 JTI - $18.30/$46.32 = 0.40 IB - $1953.69/$4,959 = 0.40 Other than CNTC, which I do not know exactly how that company operates and how Chinese government regulations effect the share price and ownership, the lowest ratio is 0,40 for two of the companies while the other two are higher at 0.57 and 1.05. If we take a conservative approach, we could estimate a company share price is roughly equal to 0.40 multiplied by the 1% market share divided by the number of shares. Estimate 1% market share as it relates to share price = 0.40 x $9.5B/69,345,725 = $54.8/share Tl;dr – my estimate is that once TAAT has secured 1% of tobacco market share, their share price will be worth approximately $55/share in value. I say in value to be specific that is closer to the actual value and not the company value because of course additional factors will be at play such as the speculation on market share increase (or decrease as the existing product lines reach their market demand and bears and bulls rally like most other established companies) Let me know what your thoughts are.   submitted by   /u/marf_garf [link]   [comments]
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