|STKO Market Cap only $390,000, Issued .03+ Target
(NEW YORK)–StaKool, Inc. (OTC:STKO) offers some real upside potential with the stock currently trading with 97 million shares outstanding, or a market cap of just around $390,000.
With such a low market valuation, and the stock breaking through its 50-day moving average, now may be the time to load up on STKO for potential run into multi-penny levels.
STKO Issued .03+ Target
Ludlow Capital, an equity research firm based out of New York City, issued research opinion on Stakool, Inc. (OTC:STKO), with a ‘short-term’ valuation price target of $0.02 to $0.03 per share.
STKO Audio Interview with CEO
In an interview conducted June 15, 2012, the CEO confirms there is only around 97 million shares issued and outstanding. Take a listen here.
- Less then 100 Million Outstanding
- Market Cap around $390,000
- Sales Revenue Ramping up Quarter over Quarter
- Shannon Miller, seven-time Olympic Medallist Company Spokesperson
The Company sales of their health and wellness products have shown some sharp growth over the past few quarters, and with a market cap of less then $300,000 the stock is showing some attractive valuation at these levels.
Shannon Miller, Olympic Spokesperson
Another positive factor in researching STKO’s potential valuation is that placement of Shannon Miller, a seven-time Olympic medallist who currently is the company spokesperson for Anthus Life, and their health and wellness product line. This not only gives the company credability, but also great exposure through Shannon Millers fan base, and increased exposure from the upcoming summer Olympics.
$0.02 to $0.03 Short-Term Target
With the sales revenue ramping up on a quarter over quarter bases, and the placement of a well known figure such as Olympic medallist as Shannon Miller as their spokesperson, and trading at a market cap below $300,000, the company is currently showing some real deep value for traders looking for an entry point. Even if the shares outstanding were to double from the current 100 million to say 200 million, even at a price of $0.02 would still only equate to a $4 million market cap. Thus, Ludlow Research has issued a ‘short-term’ valuation target on STKO of around $0.02 to $0.03, with a $0.05 to $0.10 per share on a longer-term bases as sales continue to ramp up.