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|Not a Dr Seuss saying methinks.|
|No, that's just something I read in an investing magazine.
If Dr. Seuss wrote stock-market guides, that's what he would have written.|
|Do u have a degree in English|
|The trend is your friend, except for the bend at the end.|
Yeah, still here. The trend is up these days. Unless there is not REAL negative news, like, revenue has fallen 50%, the clients have left, nothing now will knock it. So, I believe the trend will generally rise on the condition clients will increase, revenue will increase and they are generally moving in the right direction, which appears to be the case.
Time will tell, but the trend is normally right.|
|A couple of larger buys yesterday I see. Could be getting ready to kick on a bit.
Isa, you still enjoying the ride?|
|Haha. She is a she|
|CEO options have strike price 0p. Hilarious. 7.6m of them for work in just 2016 and 2017.
Why not have even more of them and strike price at current market price? Because his existing 39m options strike at average 27p so he has learned he cannot inflate the share price for long enough to cash his options. But if he can pump it again he gets them now at 0p so can sell them later for 10p or 4p or whatever it is later at fair value.
I agree,both can do well. It's a fast moving space and so long as MC don't dump homesend like Visa did Moni, then its all to play for.
I will take a further look at homesend.|
|Thanks ISA,I agree, EPO have built a valuable network. I have listened to a couple of the CEO interviews and he seems a motivated and clued up guy. The key point is - it is disruptive in the sense that it displaces inefficiency in the system such that all parties can win. It is not about replacing banks as the main parties in cross border payments. Much easier to grow when you are helping the big beasts rather than fighting them.I think your description of Homesend is not quite right though. Homesend is absolutely about building the pipes, and they appear to have a very similar asset to EPO. The initial focus was to concentrate on the remittance market but strategy now is to extend into cross border payments generally. MC are a major shareholder in HS with 55%, eserv 35% and BICS 10%. I see no reason at all why both ships cannot rise with the tide. The low value/high volume end of the market is a $2tn space - plenty of room for a couple of micro caps to build value.No relationship to wagamama - they wanted to use the name wigwammer but I had already copyrighted it. Best wishes.ww|
|Wig, this is the same person way back in 2013 who was slagging off this company. She thought honestly EPO would have died by now. Through bitterness, slagging continues and though their revenue has gone from 2 million to 22 million, she still moans like its the end of the month every day. Poor thing.
On one hand she was a serial bull, ignoring facts as below and talking to herself and now, a serial bear, again, ignoring facts and talking to herself.
SilkStag - 12 Oct 2012 - 13:22:52 - 8624 of 12757 EPO with Charts & News - EPO
EPO forecast revenye £3-3.5m for 30-6-12. SilkStag posted it would hit low-end £3m. SilkStag was right, EPO hit £3m.
EPO forecast revenue about £7.5-14m for 30-6-13. Silkstag posted it will hit low-end £7.5m.
These are all facts. If SilkStag is right again, about £7.5m in 30-6-13, then EPO share price will be substantially above current level. Predict x2-3 return. Opinion.
If EPO decides to close funding in Oct/Nov, predict share price will rise post funding round. Opinion.
EPO has made substantial commercial progerss so would have no difficulty securing further funding, if desired now or by Spring 2013 when it is needed. Opinion.
ps BP, have you steam-cleaned your head yet? Dont forget to wash behind and inside your ears. We know what they have been pushed through and rubbing up against. Yuck. Dirty BP!|
|EPO disaster funding round on the way. Need to get accounts sign off due to their 'investing' ie failing to reach breakeven again. It seems that EPO management and honest forecasts are 'never ever getting back together'.
I assume you are not related to Wagamama?
Anyway one key difference is Eserveglobal use MasterCard as their network, which is not super innovative. There are many solutions out there offering money transfer services, examples, transferwise etc which use backbone services like earthport to manage large amounts of money.
It's disruptive because its outside the traditional banking schemes, card providers which have dominated for so long. These providers like Visa and Mastercard cannot innovate if they stay within the standard banking schemes. One example was they invested in Moni, then pulled out.
Brands, trends are key, so yean, maybe they'll get loved one day, but for epo, they have something big, a network, a system, a solution moving lots of money, which is focused and more aligned to the so called pipes of money flows.|
|Anyone got any thoughts on earthport vs eservglobal/homesend?I have followed the latter for a while, but only recently started to read these pages. Both seem pretty unloved, but perhaps on the verge of fulfilling their potential.|
|momentum is building for the next phase.
Hey silkstag, what happened to the disaster fund raise. Seems they are doing ok and managing all by themselves. A major milestone, something you choose to ignore, so t hide you ignorance, stupidity.|
|Sorry Chads, I didn't mean it like that.|
|isa, as I mentioned before, we're on the same page matey.|
|Chads, sure they are not making a profit, but come on, does it make a huge difference now, right now. If the money is being put to good use, then its a sign the company is growing at the rate needed to make something happen. It's also become sustainable.
It's a different story if the money they are making, invested back in is showing no signs of revenue growth, no signs of anything. This is not the case, its the opposite.
Notice they have not said any new date, this is because of one thing, growth. I expect if they hit their targets right now, profit will come one day, but not anytime soon.
In the meantime any money they make will be invested, invested and invested into the business so they continue to grow ad why not. That's not a failed business as SilkShame states, quite the opposite, it's for the first time in the companies history, a sustainable business, using its own self generating funds to fund its opex, capex and future growth.
To me, that's an amazing thing to have achieved.|
|Looks like the word didn't end.
Next leg up me thinks. Their revenue is increasing, not falling, increasing not falling.
SilkStag, when a company can avoid raising endless funds, one of your major gripes, that's not a bad sign you muppet, it's a sign they have steadied the ship and can hold themselves up in this market.
No massive fund raise happened did it SilkStag, I see you omitted that. Gorra laugh indeed at you.|