***Biggest Gainer of Early 2014 (research this stock immediately)***
Agria (GRO) is the biggest undiscovered gem and most undervalued stock on the NYSE. It owns a controlling stake in PGG Wrightson (PGW), New Zealand's largest agricultural services company. New Zealand is the world's fastest growing developed economy with 3Q GDP growth of 3.5% and projected 4Q GDP growth of 3.71% - due to its booming agriculture sector, which saw its output grow 17% last quarter. New Zealand's exports to China of dairy and meat products are booming and GRO will benefit more than any other U.S. traded stock.
GRO's 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary owns 379.1mm PGW shares or 50.22% of the company, which trades overseas on the NZX for $0.40 per share. Agria Asia's shares are currently worth NZD$151.64mm or USD$124.34mm, valuing GRO's 80.81% stake at USD$100.48mm. With 55.38mm shares outstanding, GRO's stake is already worth $1.81 per share, which is 22.3% above its current share price of $1.48. PGW's first half of fiscal 2014 ends December 31st and they will likely report very strong EPS early next year, with analysts projecting their full year EPS to double to $0.04.
PGW has an amazing looking chart and will likely rise back to $0.60 early 2014, which will increase the value of GRO's stake to $148.89mm or $2.69 per share. GRO also wholly owns a China seeds biz with fiscal 2013 revenues up 98% to $17mm. Just a 1-2X sales valuation adds another $0.31-$0.61 to GRO's share price, valuing the stock at $2.12-$2.42 per share immediately, and $3-$3.30 per share once PGW rises back to $0.60. GRO is a steal below $2. GRO in fiscal 2013 grew their net tangible assets by 165% to $76.84mm or $1.39 per share. Monsanto (MON) the world's leading seed company is trading for 7.76X its net tangible assets. GRO is a very safe play to capitalize on the biggest booming sector of the world's fastest growing developed economy! We own 550,000 shares of GRO and intend to sell at much higher prices.