The Offering Price vs. The Stock Market Price iConsumer has two stock prices for its preferred stock, traded under the symbol RWRDP. One, the offering price, is the price we must use (it’s required by SEC regulations) when you buy or earn stock directly from iConsumer. It is currently at $0.18. This means that when … Continue reading The tale of two stock prices
Today I noticed something brand new in the OTC Markets dashboard for RWRDP. “Short Interest”. “Selling Short / Short Selling” is basically the reverse of what we’re all (well, apparently almost all) trying to do. We’re trying to “buy low, sell high”. First buy, THEN sell. Short sellers are trying to “sell high, buy low”. … Continue reading Selling Short – An iConsumer Mystery and Education
Cash, profits, and growth are the gods that Wall Street understands. Ultimately, it’s Wall Street that sets the price of your stock. It’s Wall Street that’ll turn your shopping into your nest egg. And why $4 as a goal? Because that’s the minimum trading price that allows us to list on the NASDAQ.
Now the time has come to be pure. Time to simplify. Time to focus on the long term that becoming an owner of iConsumer represents.
You can invest directly in iConsumer before the price goes up! If you invest before we raise the price, your investment will go further and you’ll own more shares. Your choice as to how you invest. When you buy from us, we invest the money in marketing. Buying on the stock market makes investors happy, which is also a good thing.
Update 6/13/19 11:15 a.m. We received qualification today. We have submitted our revised offering for requalification. Depending on how fast the SEC responds to it, it is possible that after June 13 we will not be able to offer stock back rebates for some unknown period of time. Obviously we hope that doesn’t happen, but … Continue reading SEC Upcoming Action
I want people to make a killing speculating on iConsumer’s stock. But it’s a long-term killing. Nothing overnight.
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
Bootstrapping in America on Tastytrade.com featuring iConsumer CEO, Rob Grosshandler.