Investing is a numbers game. The higher the revenues and earnings, the higher the share price. In some cases, revenues alone drive stock prices substantially higher, with investors expecting those massive dollars to eventually translate into something on the bottom line. Sometimes that happens, sometimes, not. So, rather than relying on the high fliers that post billions in revenue and lose hundreds of millions in the process, taking advantage of less-aggressively valued companies may be a more appropriate investment strategy. And with Alternet Systems (OTC Other: ALYI) recently revising its guidance to reach $2 million in revenues this year, they are one to consider.
And they have earned that consideration. During the past eighteen months, ALYI has amassed quite a portfolio of assets, partnerships, and EV sector interests. In fact, they have transformed from a company with a single ReVolt EV motorcycle into capitalizing on multiple areas within the booming EV sector. As ALYI likes to put it, they are creating and participating in an EV Ecosystem, which blazes a revenue-generating trail for itself and hundreds of other companies wanting to break into the sector. Thus, at roughly $0.02 per share, ALYI looks appreciably undervalued.
The better news is that investors do like the story, sending prices appreciably higher earlier this year. In fact, ALYI’s 52-week high rests at $0.20, about 1170% higher than current levels. Interestingly, ALYI is much better positioned now than they were at those higher prices. Thus, while several market dynamics, including COVID-19, may have dampened markets and investors’ spirits, ALYI is indeed back in play. And with catalysts in view, including posting breakthrough revenues, those yearly highs are back in the crosshairs.
Driving Into A $200 billion EV Market
Moreover, ALYI’s doubling of revenue guidance shows they are on track to deliver. Of course, they know more than investors. And the optimism comes after announcing its plan to build a sustainable electricity production facility in Africa. That facility is expected to streamline revenues, cut redundant overhead, and provide additional resources to tap into other EV markets.
One to keep in mind is the EV battery sector, which is booming. This vertical is mentioned because ALYI has an ongoing development partnership with iQSTEL, Inc. (OTC: IQST) to deliver state-of-the-art battery technology that can change the market landscape. IQST, by the way, is a $60 million company entrenched in the telecom, FinTech, and technology sector. Hence, they are good to have on the ALYI team. News on that program could be imminent.
And if good, and considering the frenzy in the EV battery sector, share prices could jump exponentially on that news alone.
EV Ecosystem Opens Multiple Rev-Driving Opportunities
The attractive part of the ALYI strategy is that they target less saturated markets. And they are doing so in a deliberate manner. Much different, too, from names like Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) and General Motors (NYSE: GM), which are pumping billions into the sector with a primary focus on EV car production. But, car production opens eyes worldwide.
And as those eyes open, opportunities are found. Still, even though the market is ripe for growth, you won’t find Tesla building a manufacturing plant in Kenya. It’s simply too small of a market. But, for others, it’s a perfect size.
ALYI included. And they are seizing opportunities and focusing resources on markets with substantially less competition by introducing an innovative electric vehicle into a significantly less saturated market. Even better, ALYI’s targeted markets are essentially untapped by Western companies. Thus, ALYI could become a leader in the markets they develop. And they are putting Africa into play.
In fact, for the better part of the past eighteen months, ALYI has turned ambition into assets. Even better, the process continues with ALYI maximizing its EV market opportunities in Africa. The better news is that Africa is strategically an ideal starting point to expand operations and introduce its electric motorcycles into other less-developed economic markets. The plan is simple- expand its brand globally, one market at a time. And using a systematic and deliberate approach, ALYI believes it can develop these new markets in an accretive way.
Keep in mind, Africa is an ideal market to start. Currently, it has one of the world’s lowest per capita transportation ratios in the world at about 44 vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants. Comparing that to global averages, it’s well behind the 180 vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants in most countries and significantly less than the 800 vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants in the United States. Thus, ALYI’s investment in Africa can yield substantial dividends.
And that’s the plan. More importantly to that proposition is that ALYI is relatively unchallenged in its targeted markets. Thus, reaching its goal in Africa to increase the number of vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants from 44 to 100 could happen sooner than later. While more than doubling the per capita rate sounds ambitious, its ecosystem strategy provides a head start to reaching that goal.
ReVolt EV Takes On Kenya Markets
Better yet, its ReVolt EV motorcycle is the ideal product to make that goal a reality. It’s not only an excellent bike for the region, but its style and price point taps into massive demand. And as populations grow and technology makes purchasing EV vehicles more accessible to more consumers, the ReVolt EV sales curve could steepen. Know this, too. The market isn’t small by ALYI standards. They are targeting the roughly 1.2 billion people living in lesser developed economies. And Africa represents a prime geographic territory to stake its claim.
ALYI is focused on earning a sizable market share in the burgeoning boda-boda (motorcycle taxi) market to drive sales. It’s a popular and necessary means of transportation in that country, providing inexpensive and quick transportation within a densely populated area. It’s also wide open with opportunities.
Even UBER (NYSE: UBER) is extending its reach into the Africa market, establishing a presence in the ride-share business there, too. For ALYI, UBER’s entry into the market can expedite its own plans. Remember, UBER develops the service side and doesn’t supply the vehicles. Thus, ALYI can capitalize on filling the needs on the product side. Put simply, an UBER market without ample service vehicles simply doesn’t work. And with ALYI’s ReVolt EV motorcycle an efficient, easy to operate, and cost-effective means for thousands of people to enter the boda-boda business, they are better positioned than most to ride the coattails of UBER’s development strategy.
Still, it’s just one part of the ALYI value proposition.
EV Ecosystem To Attract Broad Sector Participation
Beyond its mission in Africa, including the planned delivery of 2,000 EV ReVolts into the Kenya markets, ALYI is creating value by building an EV ecosystem to generate revenues from diversified revenue. According to ALYI’s estimates, a more than $16 billion combined African market opportunity is in play. And with that much potential, ALYI isn’t attacking alone. They have engaged in partnerships and strategic agreements to accelerate the mission.
In fact, the strategy allows ALYI to expand its interests and expedite them at the same time. Moreover, by leveraging the strengths of many to capitalize on multiple near-term revenue-generating markets, building shareholder value is a welcomed by-product.
Also in play is ALYI’s ambitious project to host an EV symposium and conference, an event anchored by an EV race event in Kenya. This isn’t a small conference, either. ALYI expects the event to attract the biggest names in the EV business, allowing each to present the latest products and services in the industry.
More excellent, the connections made can lead to new deals and bring together a group that can change the EV landscape globally. For ALYI, it can be a brand generator of immense proportions.
Q4 Breakout On $2 Million In Revenues
Here’s the best news for current and considering ALYI investors. A catalyst is near. And it’s not a small announcement; it’s a potential $2 million headline that can drive share prices substantially higher. Moreover, with ALYI expecting revenues to accelerate in 2022, it could be the first of several more catalysts to come.
Hence, with the strongest balance sheet in its history, collaborations and partnerships with EV industry experts, a financing partner in RevoltTOKEN, and the planned delivery of its ReVolt EV motorcycles into Kenya, now is not the time to look away from Alternet Systems. Instead, it may be time to focus on what could be the most significant value driver in its history- a revenue report in less than 75 days. Trading ahead of that headline may be a wise consideration.
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