Can We Double Our Stock Price in Just One Day?

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 22, 2018

Because of Amazon and the “Multiple”, it’s possible.

You have a choice.  You’re probably going to shop at Amazon this holiday season.  (50% of America will.)  Use iConsumer for a couple of Amazon purchases — your reward could be truly astounding.  Astounding starts by clicking here.

Here’s how astounding could happen:  We have 50,000+ members: shopping, earning, and learning together to make iConsumer massive.  If each person spent $200 at Amazon on Black Friday, we’d make about $500,000, pure profit.  Cash.  Bottom line money.  Earnings!

Investors often value public companies based on a multiple of earnings (that $500,000 number in this case).  At its peak, RetailMeNot had a multiple of 47.  (It’s also sometimes called a P/E ratio.)  A 47 P/E.  That’s a pretty impressive number, and rarely achieved.  But rewards and loyalty companies like iConsumer can achieve it. Sometimes the multiple is based on a different metric.  eBates sold for about $450 per member. Also an amazing number.

Astounding happens because of the math of the multiple and the beauty of being public.  Astounding can happen because our shareholder/members (go look in the mirror, that’s you), the people who make it come true, share in the astounding.

Using that 47 P/E, $500,000 in earnings turns into 47 times more value: 47X more market capitalization.  $500,000 x 47 = $23,500,000.  That would increase our market capitalization.  Per share price would follow, since share price = market capitalization divided by the number of shares outstanding.    We have about 108,000,000 shares outstanding.  $23,500,000 / 108,000,000 = $.22/share.  We last traded at $.18/share.  $.22 plus $.18 = $.40/share.  More than double.

How many shares do you own?  Find out here.

Plus, plus, plus:  We’d invest that $500,000 to gain more members.  They’d spend money helping make iConsumer even more valuable.  And more valuable hopefully turns into a higher stock price.

Disclaimer:  I’m not saying we’re guaranteed a 47 multiple.  We’re not guaranteed anything.  Our stock price might be unaffected by 50,000 people all shopping on one day.  But I don’t believe that.  I believe (but again, zero guarantees – there are lawyers watching) that if we pull this off, iConsumer will be a rocket ship.

P.S.  I’m being dramatic when I say “on Black Friday”.  Anytime you shop at Amazon via iConsumer the math works the same.  Please consider your shopping choices this holiday season.

P.P.S. – Want to have more fun? See if we can’t make iConsumer go at Warp Speed!  Get just one friend involved who shops.  You’ll get more shares, they’ll get shares.  We could double our double!

P.P.P.S – I’ve simplified the discussion of earnings and earnings per share somewhat.  Because we reward members with shares, our earnings don’t reflect the cash we generate.  But there is no world I can think of where earning $500,000 in cash would be bad for our stock price.

Bottom line – make astounding happen: go shop at Amazon via iConsumer and tell your friends.

ADDITIONAL DISCLAIMER: 

THIS POST CONTAINS FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS AND INFORMATION RELATING TO, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THE COMPANY, ITS BUSINESS PLAN AND STRATEGY, AND ITS INDUSTRY. THESE FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS ARE BASED ON THE BELIEFS OF, ASSUMPTIONS MADE BY, AND INFORMATION CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO THE COMPANY’S MANAGEMENT. WHEN USED IN THIS PRESENTATION THE WORDS “ESTIMATE,” “PROJECT,” “BELIEVE,” “ANTICIPATE,” “INTEND,” “EXPECT” AND SIMILAR EXPRESSIONS ARE INTENDED TO IDENTIFY FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS, WHICH CONSTITUTE FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS.

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YOU SHOULD READ THE OFFERING CIRCULAR BEFORE MAKING ANY INVESTMENT.

 

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2 Comments

Robert Grosshandler, November 27, 2018 at 11:26 am

Christie N. asked:
Hi Rob

Quick question for you – what percentage does iConsumer get back for purchases made on Amazon? I know that we don’t get any cash back as individuals, but the listing on the website says it helps iConsumer as a company (and hopefully stock prices too). Is that by percentage or a specific dollar amount, etc.?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Best,

Christie

    Robert Grosshandler, November 27, 2018 at 11:27 am

    Great question. We use 5% as the general amount of the commission we earn. It can vary by item or category, but that’s a pretty good number to use as an estimate.


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