OCT and the bigger picture

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Today Oct revealed its profit £534,000 for the first quarter. Is anyone paying attention yet?? 



A company with a market capital of less than 9million and making £534,000 in a quarter is something that is very strange. Not only does that look like the company is undervalued but it also screams manipulation and I would bet my house on the culprits being shorters.

All I would like to point out is that along with the heavy share price discount there is a chance that OCT will soon start paying dividends and that really would blow the roof of the share price and give some of the best dividend returns of any company if you buy now.

I’m building funds to buy in at some point and I just hope the price is still low when I can afford to get in. This is an income maker for the right investors and I will be shocked if people don’t see that soon.

Oct is the deal of the month if not the year.

This is just a short article to share my feelings on a share I feel isn’t getting enough credit. For my full review follow me on twitter and I will post my link of my historic article.

All the best and as always.

All in my opinion and not to be taken as fact nor advice.

Always seek professional advice before investing in any company.

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