If we get good earnings and forecast along with a mention on CNBC MJ in America on VPCO's pens and its to the teens!
Company has turned the corner with the 4th quarter and will gain from added capacity at both plants and firming fertilizer prices going into spring and summer! Back to mid 20's with nice dividend!
CNBC report tonight on Marijuana is promoting heavily e cig use for MJ
I'd expect a plug or outright interview with VPCO
yeah you are, you want to be looking at VPCO instead with market cap of 90 million and 30 million in sales growing rapidly instead!
chart looks good, has built a nice base right above the 200 day moving average, nice gap up to 50 day moving average around 8.00
3.40 is being taken out today which was the november high, should be a quick move into the low 4's before it hits any meaniful resistance
VPCO is one of just a few crown jewels with all there distribution channels set up early on. Lorillard would be smart to be the acquirer and take the lead in the e-cig business, it would propel them into the ranks of a RJR or Phillip Morris of the e-cig business as the later two are losing market share and seem to be setting on their #$%$ while it happens before them! They are out of touch with disruptive technology just as newspapers and broadcast tv are!
stock broke out and held for last two days, now starting to head up again.
Definitely accumulation going on into some big news. Has a couple news items that could be coming soon.
volume down has been nothing, good it retraced the doubling before the reverse split, now we need to know how they are progressing. From the addition of two huge chains HESS and Family Dollar they should show 100% sales growth going forward with profitability…..rare for a fast growing company in a fast growing industry.
Stock will rebound and head higher very very soon!
dude give it up your not even close ! lol
this stock is taking off and will have news coming that will take it above 5.00 at the minimum!
VPCO trades for approximately 2.5x 2014 EV/Revenue and 1.55x 2015 EV/Revenue. By way of comparison, Lorillard (LO) acquired Blu e-cigs in 2013 for 4.5x trailing twelve months revenue.
Year End December
Sources: Company SEC filings, Bloomberg, press releases, EPS conf. calls, and industry growth rates.
Through a combination of product price and quality, supply chain management, branding, new product launches, and substantial increases in the number of retail outlets selling its e-cigs, VPCO appears poised to drive substantial revenue and income growth.
The company's products are available for purchase in more than 60,000 stores in the U.S. and Canada, an approximate 100% increase since 2012. By way of comparison, tobacco cigarettes are sold in 400,000 locations in the U.S. VPCO's customers include Rite Aid (RAD) (the largest drug store chain on the East Coast with 6,400 stores), Family Dollar (FDO) (VPCO's Krave e-cig is the first e-cig available in the chain's 6,600 stores nationwide as of 12/20/13) and Dollar General (DG) (VPCO is the exclusive e-cig provider to the chain's 10,000 stores), and also to 10 of the top 20 convenience store chains in U.S. In addition to chain stores, the company sells thru approximately 30 distributors, several of which have said they can sell all of the product they can obtain from VPCO. Each distributor has between 20-100 salespeople, and VPCO's e-cig business does not exceed 10% of the sales volume of any its distributors.
The company's largest customer is its Canadian distributor (which has never been disclosed) at 8% of 2013 sales thru the September quarter, and its Vapur brand is the most popular e-cig sold in Canada with an estimated 70% market share. Furthermore, the Canadian distributor (which is also Canada's largest importer of Cuban cigars and coffee) is exploring opening up European accounts which, if successful, would be VPCO's first business outside of North America. Interestingly, Canada doesn't currently allow nicotine in e-cig juice, but that is likely to change in 2014.
Vapor Corp (OTCQB:VPCO) is one of only two pure-plays available to equity investors interested in participating in the booming e-cigarette marketplace. Vapor Corp. designs, markets and distributes electronic cigarettes (e-cigs) which are alternatives to traditional tobacco cigarettes, as well as vaporizers for dry herbs and oils. E-cigs are battery powered products that offer users a smoking experience without having to inhale smoke, tar, ash or carbon monoxide. Exhaling an e-cig produces only water vapor, not smoke or second-hand smoke.
E-cigs look like traditional cigarettes and are comprised of the following 3 primary components:
· A mouthpiece, which is a small plastic cartridge that contains a liquid nicotine solution.
· A heating element that vaporizes the liquid nicotine so that it can be inhaled; and
· The electronics which include a lithium-ion battery, an airflow sensor, a microchip controller and an LED which illuminates to indicate use.
When a user draws air, that air flow is detected by a sensor, which activates a heating element that vaporizes the solution stored in the mouthpiece/cartridge. The solution is then vaporized and it is this vapor that is inhaled by the user. The cartridge contains either a nicotine solution or a nicotine free solution, either of which may be flavored.
VPCO offers disposable and rechargeable e-cigs in multiple sizes, puff counts, styles, flavors and nicotine strengths. The company's e-cigs are sold under brand names including Krave, Fifty-One, VaporX, Vapur, Hooka Stix, and Alternacig among others.
LARGE, FAST GROWING, INTERNATIONAL MARKETPLACE
The growth in the e-cig industry is extraordinary. The left hand side of the following table shows projections made in Q2, 2013. The right hand columns show projections updated just seven months later, from the same sources as the May estimates. The worldwide market for traditional cigarettes is somewhere between $720 billion and $800 billion, depending on the source. The US