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Optionable Inc. Message Board

  • bottomofthenet bottomofthenet May 3, 2007 6:00 PM Flag


    In the long run (12 to 18 months) the price would not of moved past the $7 range unless OPBL was able to add additional revenue other than BMO. Bottomline they knew they had to add additional clients and thus additional revenue.

    So if they lose all of their BMO revenue (2.8 million last qtr) then they will just have to make it up elsewhere but in the long run 2.8 million is not going to make or break them.

    If they grow non BMO by 20% in 18 months= $21,737,962 qtr
    25% in 18 months= $27,770,995 qtr
    30% in 18 months= $35,139,169 qtr

    My point is this: If you thought this was a good deal at $5, $6 or $7 then why is it not a good deal @ $4 or lower. If they continue to grow non BMO revenue like they have then the numbers will be there. If you are a sming trader than this is not where you want to be. This story will not happen over night.

    On top of that keep in mind as they add additional clients, this is a scalable model in which there are limited costs to add them.

    Just some thoughts...


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    • as I understood the CC - only lost revenues are from Mr.Lee and BMO remains to be a client

      albeit Mr.Lee was a heavy and well repsected trader until now

      bottom line is passing paper and shouting the old way is going to be a thing of the past

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