World Series of Golf Inc.s (OTC Pink: WSGF), Vaycaychella, is roughly halfway through its planned March beta test. And as testing moves through its processes, its parent company’s stock, WSGF, has been getting some attention. Last week shares surged by more than 100% intraday on the announcement that the final testing stage of the Vaycaychella app had started. This week, shares have been bouncing in both directions, but the trend through Wednesday remained decidedly bullish. Since the start of the month, the stock is higher by roughly 34%.
Vaycaychella is hoping to change the landscape for retail investor participation in the billion-dollar vacation real estate market. The innovative and unique app is an alternative finance application designed to facilitate the purchase of short-term rental properties. More specifically, the Vaycaychella app is fashioned to empower a new generation of short-term rental property operator entrepreneurs (or Rentrepreneurs) and give access to a new generation of real estate investors.
Some investors who are familiar with the app’s functionality believe that Vaycaychella can become the “Robinhood” app of real estate investing. They may be right, noting that Vaycaychella targets a massive retail investor market that has been shut out from building substantial ownership in real estate. Perhaps the best part about the app is that it can facilitate fractional ownership in multiple properties worldwide. Thus, like a stock portfolio, investors can build a portfolio in numerous properties to diversify their holdings and risk.
Moreover, this first-of-its-kind app targets an investor class with a different strategy than other traditional investment apps. And by staying entirely focused on the vacation rental property market, Vaycaychella is well-positioned to accelerate planned expansion into the short-term rental ecosystem. Keep in mind, too, that the app is far different from property rental apps like Airbnb (ABNB), VRBO, and Expedia, which concentrate on landlord/tenant relationships. Vaycaychella targets investors and owners.
It’s an important and potentially lucrative distinction. And Vaycaychella may be the only known app designed to connect short-term rental property buyers and investors to owners, to enable parties on both sides of the transaction to close a deal.
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Could Be Tremendous For WSGF Stockholders
While the app can be transformational to the real estate market, it can also be a windfall to World Series of Golf, Inc. And if WSGF’s projections prove correct, its stock could see exponential gains. They are on record as saying the app can potentially deliver upwards of $100 million in revenues in the first year of its full production launch.
While that sounds like an overly ambitious target, consider that investment app Robinhood has an $11 billion valuation, and Acorns is valued at roughly $870 million in less than ten years from their respective launch. Therefore, investors shouldn’t scoff at the ambitious target. Moreover, if Vaycaychella was to only reach $50 million in its first year, WSGF stock would most likely be trading in dollars, not pennies.
Thus, with the stock trading at roughly three-cents a share and with Vaycaychella nearing the end of its month-long beta test, it’s expected that investors will position into the stock toward the end of March. The interest could end the consolidation at current levels and create a bidding war for shares. As noted, WSGF stock surged from $0.03 to $0.07 intraday on enormous volume in March. That could be the pattern on news of a successful beta test.
Undoubtedly, March will be a pivotal time in WSGF’s history. In fact, it could literally transform WSGF from an app developer to a real estate investment app juggernaut. And if the company confirms its expected June production launch after evaluating the user test data, it’s a fair assumption that prices at current levels may never be seen again.
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