A non-obvious crisis beneficiary

(Full access for Members only)

A non-obvious crisis beneficiary

23 March 2022

The company featured in this report is truly one of a kind.

It's so unique, in fact, that even mentioning its industry would give away the company's name.

I'd really like this particular opportunity to be reserved for Members of Undervalued-Shares.com.

Unlike with other teasers, I am not even dropping any hints what this company is doing.

What I will say is this:

  • There is a specific catalyst coming up in June 2022, which I believe will lead to a short-term hype driving the stock price higher.
  • 2022 and 2023 should see an ongoing revaluation of the company, because of a whole number of catalysts that are gradually going to become apparent.
  • The company's valuation has a quirk that is quite remarkable – you will not have seen anything like it before!
  • The company operates in a growth market, and disorder in the world will only make its business bigger, stronger, and more profitable.

Outside of the investment case itself, I promise you'll learn something interesting about how the world works.

Not a Member yet? Sign up for a Membership - just USD 49/year.
Already a Member? Log into your account to download the report.

l  Report updates

Not a Member yet? Sign up for a Membership.
Already a Member? Log into your account to download the report updates.

15 August 2022

Report Update (PDF - 0.3MB)

10 June 2022

Report Update (PDF - 0.3MB)

Most recent

Latest reports (for Members only)

Glencore: the only commodities investment you need

Glencore: The only commodities investment you need

There is a new secular opportunity arising in copper. Global commodities firm Glencore has yet again positioned itself at the forefront.

Swatch Group: stock with a coiled-spring effect?

Swatch Group: how long till break-up?

Just the expectation of possible change should see Swatch Group’s share price jump – the stock's low valuation makes it akin to a coiled spring.

Atari: A forgotten shell, a legacy brand, and 1bn of valuable tax losses

Atari: A forgotten shell, a legacy brand, and 1bn of valuable tax losses

One investor has recently woken up to Atari’s potential, and he is currently buying up every single share he can get hold of.