Shares of Alternet Systems (OTC Pink: ALYI) are trading higher as interest in its ReVolt EV motorcycle continues to earn market attention. Investors are responding to several company updates from December that highlighted an ambitious plan that is expected to add substantial revenues to the company over the next few months. It’s an action plan, which is already in motion, could deliver near-term milestones that could drive shareholder value higher.
A video update posted on Greenlightstocks.com shows the innovative design that could help to translate the African ride-share sector into a predominantly EV market. ALYI is leveraging more than three years of research and development to bring its flagship EV product, the ReVolt EV motorbike, to market.
Its launch could coincide well with a recent research report by Morgan Stanley suggesting that EV sales will surge by 50% in 2021. Extending beyond 2021, the numbers get more impressive, with estimates that EV sales will surpass 54 million units by 2025. Adding emerging global markets to the mix may cause those 2025 estimates to increase substantially.
Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/LJEW7v3bFa0
ALYI Emerging In 2021
Although nano-caps are inherently speculative, ALYI is entering 2021 with a well-defined plan, which helps close the gap between speculation and managed risk. Moreover, the stock performance in January may signal that investors are focusing on a potential trifecta of opportunity. The company has a great product, understands its markets, and may draw upon pre-ICO funding ahead of a planned $100 million ICO. The combination of all three can create tremendous shareholder value in the coming weeks and months.
Being early to an investment takes courage, but the rewards can far outpace those that enter late. And with ALYI diversifying its strategic plans and leveraging its strengths in a surging African EV market, the risk appetite for the stock is increasing.
No stock goes straight up, and investors should not expect that ALYI will, either. But, momentum appears on the side of the bulls, and for ALYI, that in and of itself can fuel investor’s appetites as they position for the first of several potential 2021 catalysts.
*share price recorded at market open on 12/28/20 of $0.01 and its price at press-time of $0.012
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