Not jam or peanut butter. The difference between the bid and ask price for RWRDP. I know, I know, I keep saying our stock price doesn’t matter yet. It’s a long term thing; we’re still a start up. But we worked very hard to become a pre IPO publicly-traded company, and I can’t help myself. … Continue reading A Normal Spread
Yesterday we filed with the SEC the paperwork necessary to have our offering requalified. Our offering allows us to offer people the chance to earn our stock. Without a qualified, effective offering, we’re not supposed to offer our stock (either for sale or to be earned as a rebate). Last year, for several reasons, we … Continue reading Not Making the Same Mistake Twice
lifehacker just released an article I like on why being an investor is important. Nicole Dieker makes many great points, offers some solid advice, and links to more helpful articles. Of note in my mind was the point: “You can’t save your way to wealth and not everyone can earn their way there. That leaves … Continue reading Investing = Good
When payday comes, who gets paid? You may have noticed that Uber has an upcoming IPO and they are worth up to $90 Billion. That’s ‘B’ as in “Boy that’s a lot of money!” That means a big pay-day for…investors. Not drivers. Not users. This valuation is despite the brand being deep in the red, … Continue reading What “payday” means
Last week we had the honor of presenting iConsumer at the ThinkEquity Conference. Companies like ours present at these conferences for two basic reasons. First, to help support their stock price. Second, to attract new investors. For us, it’s definitely the second reason. As I will keep saying, our stock price going up is lots … Continue reading ThinkEquity Conference Recap
I want people to make a killing speculating on iConsumer’s stock. But it’s a long-term killing. Nothing overnight.
From article: Major consumer-facing advertisers are desperate for ways to compete against Amazon…
We’ve published our 2018 year-end financial statements, our SEC mandated 1/K.
Obviously, it’s your choice when and if to sell (or buy). But, if you ask me, I’d say “don’t sell yet”.
What a story! It’s hard to turn on the TV these days without seeing an ad for Rakuten, the re-branded eBates. I would be very happy if our story turned out to be similar (if shorter). eBates was founded in 1998. It was sold, for about $1,000,000,000 (that’s Billion), in 2014, to Rakuten (a Japanese … Continue reading The journey of eBates / Rakuten