Letter from a Shareholder I love letters from our shareholders. Sometimes the answers involve information that, to be fair to all investors and prospective investors, should be published to everybody at the same time. Sometimes there are great suggestions that everybody should think about. Thus this post. Ryan P writes (and I’ve slightly edited): In … Continue reading Did We Impress?
We’re So Close … So We’ve Radically Upped Your Rewards to Help Us Get to the Finish Line Our presentation at the investor conference bore fruit. We’re in discussions with several investment banks, plus a really interesting non-traditional prospective marketing partner. They need to see immediate growth to continue being interested in providing significant funding … Continue reading CEO Letter – Now’s the Time
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
To be clear, our market capitalization jumped to over $18,000,000 on the strength of a 500 share trade … somebody invested $90 and that’s what happened.
During our last webinar we got a great question. Should I buy RWRDP on the stock market, or buy it direct from iConsumer? Quick Answer If you’re going to invest a small amount (hundreds, not thousands), buy on the market (if the price is right). It’s easier and faster, not to mention you’ll probably get … Continue reading Buy RWRDP Direct or Buy on the OTC Market?
Where practical, we want to make our statements and forecasts available to all investors and prospective investors at the same time. Here is the pitch deck we shared at The Money Show in Orlando this past weekend. The booth next to us was promoting a company that makes an app that helps with clothing sizing. … Continue reading Prospective Investor Pitch Deck
In 2019 we’re building upon two themes. Scale up and scale out.
First, let me thank you for supporting iConsumer as a member and as a shareholder. These monthly letters are one of the most fun things I get to do. We’ve over 50,000 shareholders and soon-to-be-shareholders, all experiencing what it’s like to own a piece of a publicly traded start up. We’re proud of iConsumer, and … Continue reading CEO Letter- Form 1-SA Financials- 9/28/18
Invested. Involved. Informed. I was asked recently what the “i” in iConsumer stood for and at first I didn’t have a clue. Coming from a previous site with an “i” in the name (iGive.com) and the prevalence of Apple branded “i” gadgets and services, it seemed natural to me that our site would be “iConsumer”. But … Continue reading You are the “i” in iConsumer
iConsumer operates in a very, very big market. According to Digiday, Forrester (one of the big dogs in the analyst space) predicts the following for 2018: $3.7 Trillion – total retail sales $1.4 Trillion – retail sales influenced by digital $507 Billion – online retail sales $118 Billion – mobile retail sales, 23 percent of … Continue reading The world we live in