Alternet Systems (OTC: ALYI) shares surged 31% higher since Monday after the company announced plans to start initial production of its ReVolt EV motorcycle in July. The increase adds to a strong January, with the stock closing that month higher by roughly 310%.
Numerous accomplishments support the move, including updates about its cryptocurrency backed electric vehicle ecosystem strategy, its imminent production of its Retro Revolt EV motorcycle, and its entrance into a booming African boda-boda ride-share market. It’s likely the convergence of these value-enhancing events has spurred investor’s interest. Shares at this time on Tuesday are trading at $0.059, up roughly 31% since Monday, with more than 68 million shares changing hands thus far on Tuesday. The stock opened in January at slightly over a penny per share.
Investors appear to be recognizing that the ALYI story goes far beyond having a single product nearing commercialization. Although investors should rightly be focused on the innovative and stylish ReVolt EV motorcycle, in actuality, it’s only a small part of the company’s grander plan, which is to help build a diverse and robust electric vehicle ecosystem. The company has repeatedly noted that the EV market’s success depends on an entire network of contributors that will require an infrastructure to support multiple facets of the market. ALYI intends to be active in those opportunities.
Thus, adding to its goal of becoming a significant player in the African ride-share market with its ReVolt, they plan to capitalize on multiple EV market opportunities in their operating wheelhouse. The great news is that each delivers its own substantial market opportunities.
Power To Emerge
Beyond sleek designs and comfortable interiors, which is a pride of Tesla (TSLA), ALYI also focuses on the most vital part of the EV story- POWER. And while power, batteries, and charging stations may not earn the cover of industry magazines, to Alternet Systems, it’s one of the most most important discussions at their company.
In fact, ALYI has been evaluating several potentially lucrative market opportunities to support an EV sector that is in hyper-growth mode. They specifically see the need to fill a niche to offer as a source for power, a contributor to the charging station technology and how it is accessed, and to sell its long-range batteries to make electric vehicles efficient modes of transportation. Also, through partnerships and collaborations with companies like iQSTEL Inc. (OTC: IQST), Alternet can seize additional opportunities to develop connectivity software for motor synchronization and battery optimization applications.
And, while ALYI may not be the most popular EV company in the US markets, investors should not underestimate its ability to become a significant player in emerging and developing markets like Africa. There, ALYI can be quick to seize a substantial market share and diversify its sources of revenue.
Perhaps the most significant thing working in ALYI’s favor is that they are staying focused on implementing technologies that must be included within the electric vehicle ecosystem. Without the work that ALYI is doing, any electric vehicle’s viability as a transportation mode would not be dependable in the long term. Thus, by making itself a valued part of a much larger ecosystem, ALYI is also positioning itself for accelerated growth.
And it’s essential.
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Building An EV Ecosystem Beyond ReVolt
ALYI CEO Randell “Randy” Torno recently said, “while the rest of the industry discusses the electric vehicle ecosystem necessary to support their electric vehicle strategy, ALYI is focused primarily on its electric vehicle ecosystem strategy, out of which electric vehicles will be just one component. We like to think we’ve got the horse before the cart.” It’s an important statement.
That attention positions ALYI to accelerate growth by building its electric vehicle ecosystem in a region with one of the lowest per capita transportation ratios in the world, Sub Saharan Africa. That market, while a mega-million dollar opportunity, is just ALYI’s first stop. Based on reviews and evaluations of the design, ALYI believes that their ReVolt motorbike and its product pipeline can have a meaningful impact worldwide.
Moreover, with ALYI having seeded its EV ecosystem strategy with the Revolt Electric Motorcycle, they can efficiently turn efforts to build partnerships and collaborations that can be accretive to its EV vehicle ecosystem projects. They are already executing on that strategy.
It’s important to note that ALYI can be an extremely valuable partner to other emerging companies. It’s not only ALYI that is looking to build alliances. Thus, for ALYI to accomplish a plan to build a comprehensive EV dedicated infrastructure to control its own market destiny, inking mutually beneficial deals is likely to happen. Therefore, although ALYI trades at pennies a share, their forward-looking value needs to reflect the current position and their likely position a year from now. Putting odds for massive growth to its infrastructure with only moderate dilution might be a safe bet.
Notably, despite the ups and downs of any market, many positive things are happening at ALYI.
Being Different Is What Makes ALYI Better
The primary takeaway from the ALYI story is that the company is aggressively trying to set itself apart from others in the EV vehicle industry. And those efforts support the CEO’s “horse before the cart electric vehicle ecosystem strategy.” Moreover, while some companies are laser-focused on getting one thing right, ALYI is uniquely positioned to do multiple things right. And that’s an excellent strategy to employ if a company can pull it off. The rise in share price may indicate that investors think ALYI can.
One big part of the value equation that wasn’t broadly discussed is ALYI’s financing partner and electric vehicle ecosystem collaborator, RevoltTOKEN. That project is in the works and could be the game-changer for ALYI going forward. Notably, the relationship has already provided vital funding to advance ALYI’s business plan. More importantly, the goal is for RevoltTOKEN to give upwards of $100 million in financing to penetrate valuable markets and “democratize the ALYI electric vehicle ecosystem”. All of that works entirely in ALYI’s favor.
The bottom line is clear. While there are many moving parts at ALYI, the good news is that they are moving together in a way to create value. Investors that are just now turning to the stock come so after gains of more than 310%. However, with catalysts ahead, and likely a big one in July, it’s still an excellent time to consider the opportunity presented by ALYI.
Undoubtedly, with a market cap of roughly $794,000, there is massive room to run higher. And with deals potentially getting lined up, any announcement on any given day could add electricity to an already hot company. If long the stock, that would be an excellent thing.
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