WINDSOR, ON / ACCESSWIRE / December 17, 2015 / The Silicon Valley Insider (or “SVI”), a technology focused Investment Newsletter, uncovering paradigm-shifting stocks with massive profit potential, would like to alert traders to a few hot areas in the market where Investors are banking serious profits, specifically in the tech world, and more specifically with an under the radar FinTech firm, IEG Holdings (IEGH)–as well as 3 others.
On December 10th, Atlassian Corporation Plc (NASDAQ:TEAM) made its market debut, pleasing IPO investors with returns in the neighborhood of +25% in just a few days. And Wall Street is keen on this name to keep the momentum alive into 2016. TEAM, an Australian company which had no outside investors at time of IPO, has The Street wondering if it has snapped the run of the bad luck IPO’s have had in 2015–a year that was on par with 2009–a time when the global economy was on the rails.
Could companies with actual earnings, revenues and clean share structures be what Wall Street was after all this time? Will all the billion+ dollar private tech companies (known as “unicorns”) dotting the landscape of Silicon Valley need to bake a little longer to become attractive to Investors?
But there are a select few ground-breaking, paradigm shifting, disruptive tech firms who already fit the bill of having revenues, success and potential future growth–and are already public.
One company which looks like it may make its (re)-IPO in the not to distant future is IEG Holdings Inc. (IEGH). IEGH is already public on the OTC exchange as it prepares for a potential listing on a national exchange–as it mentioned in its recent PR stating that it has applied to list on the NASDAQ, a potentially huge catalyst for the company.
IEGH operates in a very hot section of finance coined “FinTech,” meaning they combine the internet/ technology with traditional finance. IEGH provides embarrassment-free $5,000 same-day loans to consumers with strong credit ratings–a very interesting business model. The company just announced that its cumulative loan volume has increased by 1,728% from $587,000 to $10,729,023 as of November 30, 2015. The rapid loan volume growth is being driven by the online lending website, www.mramazingloans.com, low acquisition cost lead sources and continued state license expansion. This is a name/ ticker that should be on trader’s radars.
Three other recent IPO’s that look as though they could perform very well in 2016 are as follows:
– Adestos Technologies Corporation (IOTS) is a leading provider of application-specific, feature-rich, ultra-low power non-volatile memory products. The company has designed and built a portfolio of innovative products, including Fusion Serial Flash, DataFlash(R) and Conductive Bridging RAM (CBRAM(R)). CBRAM(R) is a breakthrough technology platform that enables 100 times less energy consumption than today’s memory technologies without sacrificing speed and performance.
According to Roth Capital, Adesto is well-positioned to tackle the issue of power consumption in IOT applications. “In our opinion, ultra-low power and application-specific NVM chips and IP will be a key hardware building block for billions of IOT devices in IOT networks,” they explained. The company already has 500 global end customers for its products.
– Mimecast Limited (MIME) makes business email and data safer for more than 15,000 customers and millions of employees worldwide. Founded in 2003, the company’s cloud-based security, archiving and continuity services protect email, and deliver comprehensive email risk management in a single, fully-integrated subscription service.
Mimecast Ltd (NASDAQ: MIME) was initiated a Buy by Jefferies Monday with a $18 price target. Barclays initiated Overweight coverage and a $13 price target for Mimecast; the price target was set to $15 on Friday. RBC Capital Markets also mentioned several positive drivers to MIME’s business. Not to shabby.
– Instructure, Inc. (INST) is the software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology company that makes software that makes people smarter. With a vision to help maximize the potential of people through technology, Instructure created Canvas and Bridge to enable organizations everywhere to easily develop, deliver and manage engaging face-to-face and online learning experiences. To date, Instructure has connected millions of teachers and learners at more than 1,600 educational institutions and corporations throughout the world.
Goldman Sachs, Needham and Oppenheimer all initiated INST with a $25 price target. The stock closed at $19.98 Wednesday, December 16th.
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