3 More Reasons Why You Should Be Watching GOPH Right Now
In this article I’m going to give you three reasons why Gopher Protocol (OTCMKTS:GOPH) could be one of the top breakout opportunities of 2018, and show you what’s going to drive for this company going forward.
“The smart money is flowing into this one already”
Back at the end of October 2017, we highlighted Gopher Protocol Inc (OTCMKTS:GOPH) as a company to keep an eye on in the technology space. This was a stock that had run dramatically in the past and we put forward three reasons why the stock could run again and – in turn – could prove the breakout stock of 2017.
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The chart below illustrates this incredible growth:
The question now is, where does GOPH go from here?
Our analysts once again took a look at the company against a backdrop of both the recent appreciation and a number of fresh fundamental developments, each of which has hit the tape since our previous coverage of the stock.
And guess what?
Our team found three more reasons why this stock could be a strong addition to any watch list as markets move into the start of a new year and beyond.
Reason number 1: Game-Changing Technology
Before jumping into the details on this one, here’s a snippet from GOPH‘s blurb:
“(GOPH is…) development-stage company which consider itself Native IoT creator, developing Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technology. The Company has a portfolio of Intellectual Property that, when commercialized, will include smart microchips, mobile application software and supporting cloud software. The system contemplates the creation of a global network. The core of the system will be its advanced microchip technology that can be installed in any mobile device worldwide. Gopher envisions this system as an internal, private network between all enabled mobile devices providing shared processing, advanced mobile database management/sharing and enhanced mobile features.”
Many opportunities in this space get missed because traders and investors get caught up in the jargon that some of these sorts of blurbs contain and – as a result – underestimate what sort of impact the new technology that a company is bringing to market might have in its target sector.
For anyone really looking to get some detail on what the team over at GOPH has been able to achieve, as spearheaded by CTO Danny Rittman, who previously worked at IBM Common Stock (NYSE: IBM), Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) and QUALCOMM, Inc. (NASDAQ: QCOM), there’s a great introduction available here.
As outlined at that link, GOPH microchips communicate via a private, secured protocol and can interact with internal states – microchips communicate with other microchips – and external environments – microchips interact with cell phones, mobile apps, computers, tablets, tracking devices and many other digital devices with access to conventional networks (WiFi and Cellular).
The plan is that the company’s microchips (called the GopherInsight Microchips) will be installed on billions of mobile devices by the year 2020. The importance of this? It will allow GOPH to create its own private communication network and, in turn, to improve the computing power, database management, internal memory, and security of all mobile devices equipped with the chip.
So how does this fit into the market from a real-world use case perspective?
The company can employ the network that’s built around its GopherInsight Microchips (and the devices that contain these chips) to rollout a massive number of products that rest on the same technology and network.
Take the Guardian Patch, for example.
This is a sticky patch can be affixed to any object in order to be tracked anywhere on Earth. The electronic circuit communicates with other, similar patches via a secured, encrypted private network (employing the same network technology outlined above) and has the potential to allow for tracking practically anywhere in the world without the necessity for the current standard network systems – GPS, WiFi, cellular signal, all that sort of thing.
Use case: A climber can be lost in the Himalayas and can activate his Guardian Patch. Rescue services can detect the ping from the patch, locate its source (the climber) and send a rescue helicopter to the exact location. Before Guardian, the same climber would need some degree of network connection (satellite cell signal, for example) to be located. No longer.
Here’s what the accompanying application would look like on an Apple Watch:
And it doesn’t stop at the Guardian Patch. In fact, it doesn’t even begin with the Guardian Patch (at least not for humans, that is).
The company is about to rollout a product called Guardian Pet Tracker across its distribution network (I’ll get to this network in some more detail shortly) and use this as a stepping stone to mass adoption of this network-based microchip technology in a consumer environment.
As outlined here:
The Guardian Pet Tracker (Sphere Internal name — the “Sphere”) system is a derivative technology of Gopher’s Guardian Patch technology. The Sphere is designed to provide its users with local tracking capability using a re-chargeable/replaceable battery source. Gopher intends to release pre-production units in limited test in the near future.
The American Humane Association estimates that more than 10 million dogs and cats are lost or stolen in the US every year. One in three pets will become lost at some point during their life.
With the Guardian Pet Tracker, GOPH is trying to put a huge dent in this number and, at the same time, can achieve strong validation of its proprietary, IP protected, technology.
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Reason number 2: Huge Sales Numbers
On December 5, 2017, GOPH management put out this PR. The release details the filing of an 8K with the US Securities and Exchange Commission that includes two years of audited financials for, and I’m quoting here, ” assets purchased on September 1, 2017″.
For anyone that missed this asset purchase, GOPH picked up a suite of assets from an entity called RWJ Advanced Marketing, which was previously owned by W.L. Petrey Wholesale Company, back at the start of September.
At the same time, the company brought on a new CEO, Gregory Bauer, who previously served as executive director with W.L. Petrey (so, the company that owned RWJ), where he was in charge of what’s referred to as the UGO/Preway operations. It’s these operations that GOPH has picked up from RWJ/ W.L. Petrey.
This might all seem a little confusing but it’s not. By acquiring the assets associated with the RWJ asset purchase, specifically the UGO/Preway assets, GOPH took a decisive step towards dramatically expanding its proprietary network – a network through which it intends to distribute its own, revolutionary technology (more on this in a minute).
So, back to the sales numbers.
As per the 8K linked to above (and linked to here again for anyone that missed), Preway Communications generates huge amounts of sales in the US.
Take a look at the screenshot below, taken from the 8K:
The numbers above are Preway’s sales during the 30 weeks to August 26, 2017 and the 51 weeks to January 28, 2017.
That’s right – to August 26 this year, the company generated more than $32.2 million. During the circa twelve months to January 28, this number rises to $66 million. Gross profit on these two numbers came in at $30.8 million and $63.4 million respectively.
To add a bit of perspective, Gopher Protocol currently trades for a market capitalization of $61 million. That’s less than twelve-month sales to January this year.
Reason number 3: Synergy Driven Growth
Here’s a snippet pulled directly from the press release outlining the above-discussed sales figures:
“This filing sheds light on the Company’s grand strategy to “marry” the two arms of the Company – IoT and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technologies together with the UGO HUB – sale of phones and phone cards products, which comprised of PINS for cell minutes, SIM cards for cell minutes, as well as gift cards, through approximately 15,000 locations in the United States.”
At core, GOPH is a tech company that was built on a proprietary chipset technology. The chip is designed to bring together artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things and to apply this mix towards a wide range of verticals – communication, tracking, machine learning, disaster relief and more.
Prior to the recent asset purchase (and the onboarding of the above mentioned CEO, Gregory Bauer), the technology side of things was very much in place but the network through and across which GOPH could deploy the various iterations of its technology.
With the asset acquisition that took place in September, GOPH put the missing piece of the puzzle in place.
The situation now, then, is that there’s a potentially game-changing technology that’s been developed and perfected across the last decade poised for launch and an almost instantaneous mass distribution across 15,000 locations in the US.
Not only does GOPH now have the potential to expand its topline dramatically (in line with the huge sales numbers outlined above) but it’s also got a network in place through which it can deploy the products that are really going to take this company to the next level.
A quick look at the numbers behind the recent growth
Average daily volume over the last three months comes in at around 124,000 shares. Narrow this down to the last ten days and the average daily volume figure more than doubles to 275,000 shares.
The company has just 51.8 million shares outstanding (meaning it’s not going to take much to really get things moving – another classic feature of a breakout stock) and more than 66% of shares are owned by insiders, meaning interests of shareholders and the team tasked with driving this company’s growth are very much aligned.
My final thoughts on GOPH
When we first highlighted this one as one to watch, it was a company with real potential and looked as though it was setting up for a strong and solid breakout. Fast forward a month or so and not only do these two points still ring true, we now know exactly how the company’s recent asset acquisition fits into the picture and – just as importantly – which iteration(s) of its game-changing technology GOPH intends to launch to market first.
If volume continues to rise in line with the growth we have seen over the last few weeks alone, this stock is going to attract a large amount of speculative attention and – in turn – has the potential to be a real winner heading into the close of this year and beyond.
That’s why it’s on our watch list right now and that’s why we think now’s the time to get it on yours.
Here are some links to kickstart your research:
Video explaining the company’s technology:
Exchange listing and key stats:
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