HAON Is Rare Gem With Insane Upside Potential
Halitron, Inc. (OTCPINK: HAON)
It’s rare that I find trade ideas like the one I am about to tell you about but I have, so get ready to take advantage of it.
HAON packs a punch across so many levels. For starters, it has a Buy rating across the board according to barchart.com. What this means is that is that the short term, medium term and long term indicators all squarely say one thing: BUY.
But that’s not all.
As of time of writing HAON has rallied 161% since hitting its 52-week low back in August 2015 and even with the strong rally, still has insane potential moving forward.
HAON share prices have garnered attention from traders as profits between 35% and 69% have become common due to the stock’s tight trading range. .04 = 0.04 35% and .05 = 0.05 69%.
And since HAON is an equity investment holding powerhouse, I am not surprised that it is focused on even more acquisitions. HAON is positioned to pull in over $1m in annualized sales which the company has stated would help future acquisitions.
One of HAON’s latest acquisitions is a company with 20 employees with a production capability of $20 million annually!
This is a major opportunity and as you’ve I’ve shown above, tight trading yields multiple double digit opportunities for gains.
Make your move ASAP.
Check out the chart…
Here’s a link to the chart: http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=HAON
HAON (Halitron, Inc.) is an equity investment holding company. The Company is implementing an acquisition roll-up model of acquiring sales, marketing, and manufacturing businesses. Once acquired, the collective group of companies leverage the low cost and efficient infrastructure that has been created.
HAON was founded in 2003 and is based in Newtown, Connecticut.
Merger & Acquisitions Boom To Continue ($5 Trillion In Deals Last Year)
It was a year for the record books when it comes to merger and acquisition activity. Nearly $5 trillion in deals were cut globally, a new all-time high, as dealmakers used consolidation to uncover cost cuts, bolster their scale and take advantage of historically low borrowing costs. Though 2016 may be a tougher year if emerging market growth slows further and the impact of a sharp rout in commodities hits North America, few expect today’s merger boom to slow.
Corporations are using cheap debt financing to buy competitors and wrench out synergies that can quickly grow their earnings. Amid a mostly halting economic recovery in the United States, M&A has proven far more attractive and easy to pitch to investors than an expansion, which might require increased plant and equipment and rising expenses. For the nation’s largest companies, there’s also been a race to increase market power, or respond to consolidation among competitors.
Halitron, Inc. Acquires www.PiecesInPlaces.com and PRD Holdings Inc. and Establishes the Fully Integrated Business Model
HAON recently announced the dual acquisition of a US Holding Company for a Mexican based factory, PRD Holdings Inc., as well as PiecesInPlaces, a leading direct marketing brand from Plastic Retail Displays, LLC.
PRD Holdings Inc. owns a number of factory investments in Mexico. These factories produce a wide array of products utilizing the base material in the print industry, as well as plastic based product lines. The 12,000 square foot main factory is located just a few miles over the border from San Diego, CA. The factory, along with 20 talented employees and very diverse equipment, is capable of producing over $20 million in annual sales at full capacity.
Halitron’s CEO Bernard Findley expressed his reason for the acquisition, “PRD Holdings Inc. improves gross profits by over 35% with the acquisition. We are now vertically integrated and can operate at very attractive margins due to a number of key factors including low labor rates, NAFTA, and distribution costs.”
Our new breakeven point on new customer acquisitions is about 1.03 orders, down from 1.9 as only a direct marketer, or $77.99 at an average of the current 77% gross profit level. Halitron’s CEO Bernard Findley expressed his reason for the acquisition, “NDG Holdings Inc., a digital marketing acquisition from January 2015, will be able to grow the brand dramatically over the coming years. NDG Holdings maintains a strong analytical focus specifically on digital marketing which has a solid synergy with PiecesInPlaces.”
PRD Holdings Inc. and PiecesInPlaces is the fourth and fifth acquisition since 2015 and Halitron, Inc. is on a run rate to generate over $10M in sales over the next three years including its current pipeline of acquisitions.
To learn more about HAON please visit their website: http://halitroninc.com/
Make your move on HAON now.
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