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Last note on Upper Street Marketing Inc. (UPPR) before the market open. You probably remember this stock from early this year.
Turns out the tiny little company has bought a high-end dating service, the kind of business that turned Match and eHarmony into millionaire factories.
Heck, the company UPPR just bought, LoveLife, has a run rate north of $1 million a MONTH, so there’s revenue flowing fast here now!
After all, it’s hard to argue with executive dating. The big shots want to marry each other, leave out the riff raff like us. LoveLife obliges!
And as Wall Street figures that story out, this chart can change fast:
Big swings, crazy action. It happens in these small stocks and volatile seasons. We look close to the recent bottom, which is why we’re here.
Hit a reversal on the right twist and think of the thrill!
Before LoveLife, UPPR was on the quiet side. They’re a mini private equity model or “incubator” if you like, building a portfolio of companies.
With just the one stock, traders like us can get a slice of every company in the portfolio, without having to be Mitt Romney or some other fat cat.
But deal flow was slow. Management had pulled the plug on at least one (the timing was bad) and hasn’t talked much lately about the others.
Now LoveLife and its $1 million a month are on the table. That’s a huge run rate. UPPR got it for an initial ante of $150,000.
Buying the whole company might ultimately cost 35 million UPPR shares. That’s maybe $5 million all in, not even 5X the MONTHLY revenue flow.
Don’t these deals usually roll on a multiple of ANNUAL revenue, you know 2X 3X 4X the full year? UPPR got a heroic price on this one!
Apply a little of the executive know-how the management team has, and we could be looking at a multiple on the bottom line here. That’s huge.
What would Match.com be worth on a revenue basis? How about Tinder or eHarmony? Then go back to LoveLife and the deal UPPR made.
It’s going to be almost impossible to get those metrics anywhere else. And dating services are a known cash machine. Private equity loves them.
No wonder UPPR is here. And if you haven’t seen this stock lately, maybe now is the time you want a piece of the pie yourself.
Happy, Happy, Happy Trading!
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