The markets as volatile as ever as the Coronavirus and Trump impeachment dicated much of the market volatility. For some companies such as Tesla, there is actually much to look forward to. Investors are taking notice of a new rocket ship from Elon Musk: Tesla’s stock. The electric-car manufacturer’s shares closed at $887 on Tuesday, up from $650 two trading days earlier — a gain of 36 percent. Since the start of the year, the price has more than doubled. However, some investors are strained from the dynamic volatility that is dictating the large cap markets as of late.
Down in the mid-cap world, there is a growing desire to invest in start-up tech and bio companies who’s price action does not depend on the dwelling of current world politics, especially ones that deal with the sectors hottest sub-sectors, such as AI technology, Stem Cell research, and new Lithium Battery technology.
Here we will highlight some new start-up companies that are currently trading near their 52-week low price level, due to non-company related waiting periods. When a start up stock begins the process of either reinstatement or reverse merger, there is a period where the company will tred along its 52-week low. However, when the companies become active, they typically jump back to their pre-Delta trading range. This is how we will be defining the undervalued nature of the following companies.
#1 | FlashZero Corporation (OTCMKTS:FZRO)
FlashZero is an emerging Los Angeles software development company that develops AI-based products. We are introducing a new avenue where people can engage in global commerce, introduce and launch important ideas and concepts and secure necessary resources and participative support. Our website will offer an easy way for people to use their smart phone and the Internet to specify and obtain what they want or need instantly from global sources. At FlashZero users will engage goods and service vendors, advertisers, associates, product co-creators, team members, and service providers privately and in a secure setting.
Reinstatement: FZRO Re Instated 1-17-2020
FZRO new Registered Agent 1-17-2020 Capital Administrations LLC
FZRO New Annual Report Filed 1-17-2020
FZRO New President James Edwards
Now that the company is active, new management should be cleaning up the balance sheet and getting the company current with OTCmarkets. This allows the company to trade healthy, and resume previous trading channels.
#2 | StemSation International Inc (OTCMKTS:STSN)
Fresh off a successfully reverse merger, and FINRA approved name and ticker change, StemSation International Inc (OTCMKTS:STSN) The company just uploaded a significant amount of filings, which now is reflected by the SEC and OTCmarkets as being Pink current in their reporting requirements.
This is a very interesting company because since the reverse merger, there is only 1.1 million in the company float, making it a ultra-low float stock. Furthermore, there is now a website launched by the company along with a number of social media sites.
In a report release today, IB had the following to say about the companies new CEO.
Hard hitting CEO Ray Carter Jr., who was responsible for growing the company StemTech to $65 million, has announced he is now the CEO of StemSation International Inc (OTC:STSN). For over 30 years, Ray has directed growth in both private and public direct selling companies, from start-ups to Fortune 500 firms. His new company, StemSation International Inc (OTC:STSN) has just launched, and is now trading OTC Pink current under the symbol “STSN“.
Now that the company has completed the reverse merger, the price per share does not match the evaluation. Based on the chart, with minimal trading volume, it should be trading in a $0.60 to $0.95 channel. We will continue to monitor to see what the company plans on doing moving forward.
#3 | Surge Holdings Inc (OTCQB:SURG)
One of the most under valued stocks we have analyzed for February is up-and-coming wireless powerhouse Surge Holdings Inc (SURG). Surge Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS:SURG). Just recently, the CEO revealed that the Memphis-based company’s SurgePays Marketplace network has been integrated with prepaid wireless company ECS. From this, he expects to add nearly $50 million of additional revenue on an annualized basis.
Cox says the on-boarding of SurgePhone Wireless to ECS’s network has recently been completed, and expects to commence rolling out its SIM Starter Kits over the next 30-40 days.
From this, its easy to see that the debt and revenue chart appears to be converging, and points to a soon “cash-flow positive” status. Right now the company is trading near its 52-week low trend channel.
All 3 moving average indicators show buy signals (converging), and bollinger bands show bottom band supporting price, indicating reversal in progress.
In a recent press release, the CEO had the following to say.
“We are pleased with how the integration of ECS is progressing, which we expect to add nearly $50 million of additional revenue on an annualized basis. ECS’s prepaid wireless business and software platform already process over 18,000 transactions per day and add about 9,800 retail locations to the SurgePays™ Network. The wholesale products portion of the SurgePays™ Marketplace should be fully integrated shortly and we are actively working on syncing up new product launches to coincide with the completion of merging the two platforms. We have successfully onboarded SurgePhone Wireless to the ECS platform and will be rolling out the SIM kits to strategic locations in the coming weeks. This offering is particularly well suited for those in rural areas where there aren’t many prepaid options. We are building another branded wireless product suited for the urban stores that comes packaged with a phone that will retail for under $60. By interconnecting the Surge Marketplace Network with the ECS platform, we are also able to leverage the combined buying power of the two platforms, including our wireless products.”