World Series of Golf, Inc. (OTC Pink: WSGF) announced on Monday that its game-changing vacation-property real estate investment app, Vaycaychella, is heading for the launchpad. That news puts the full product launch at least one month ahead of its original scheduled release. Better still, later this week, WSGF is expected to provide a market update highlighting software enhancements implemented as a result of its ongoing beta test. For WSGF stock, the launch could translate into a massive windfall of revenues. Here's why:
In simplest terms, the Vaycaychella app can be a game-changer to the real estate investment industry through its peer-to-peer (P2P) design targeting alternative real estate investment and fintech transactions. Moreover, and perhaps the best part, is that the app is creating a market which has been neglected by trading-app developers. In fact, Vaycaychella is one of the only known apps that targets retail investors to offer a unique opportunity to build a property portfolio through just a few clicks on a smart device. The difference is that unlike Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB) and VRBO, which match renters to landlords, Vaycaychella introduces investors to property owners and/or developers. It's a substantial difference that not only targets a massive market opportunity, but its originality also puts it in a category with very little known competition. That could be the game-changer for both Vaycaychella and WSGF stock.
In fact, WSGF believes that Vaycaychella can provide upwards of $100 million in revenues during its first full year in the market. Sure, it's a high expectation. But following the path of the popular retail trading app, Robinhood, scaling Vaycaychella could happen sooner rather than later. For those keeping score, Robinhood grew from a $1.3 billion valuation in 2017 to a more than $11 billion product in 2020. So, shrugging off the $100 million revenue target may be premature. In fact, through the market it's addressing, that number could turn out to be conservative.
Changing An Acquisition Into An Industry Changing App
The plan came to fruition after WSGF acquired Vaycaychella last year. Since then, the development team has been integrating features that make the app user-friendly, fast, and efficient. A year later, and with its beta testing almost complete, WSGF is taking its final steps to re-brand its name to reflect its primary real estate and finance focus. Once it gets the regulatory stamp of approval, expect a symbol change. For those wondering about a share consolidation, management said it has no plans for either a forward or reverse split of its common shares.
That's excellent news. Moreover, with no timely and disruptive regulatory filings or corporate transactions expected to slow its growth, WSGF is sitting very well to reap the benefits from bringing Vaycaychella to market. And for retail investors wanting to build a property portfolio or diversify holdings into new categories, the app could become a best friend.
The app is especially appealing because its Peer-To-Peer (P2P) design connects short-term rental property buyers to sellers. Better still, because of deal structures that allow for fractional ownership or investment interest in multiple properties across the world, it creates an opportunity for those that might not have had the resources before to make a purchase. The app, for all intents and purposes, will create a new breed of alternative investors.
Better still, it can help close deals despite the distance between the parties involved. That's one of the reasons that Vaycaychella can change the market dynamic. But many point to the best part of the app being that it allows parties to do away with almost every obstacle associated with traditional vacation-property real estate investment. Although some find it hard to believe, Vaycaychella is being marketed and designed to close transactions quickly and also eliminate the need for credit checks, income to debt ratios, credit scores, and property surveys. However, that doesn't mean deals aren't secure.
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Secure Transactions, Legally Drafted
The back end of the app is designed with security in mind. And despite hurdling the obstacles in place with conventional loans, the deals made through Vaycaychella are as binding to those of traditional loans. Better still, instead of banks dictating the terms, each agreement is made between investor and seller and allows for customization of terms, interest, and agreement maturity dates.
And while millions of dollars worth of transactions could be happening simultaneously, Vaycaychella remains the money-making conduit to make those deals happen. Moreover, the app is the only tool needed to conduct a transaction from start to finish because of its comprehensive functionality. Undoubtedly, banks will hate Vaycaychella. But, investors will embrace it.
Also, investors should keep an eye out for Vaycaychella 2.0. That version will integrate cryptocurrency and crowdfunding features to attract an even broader user base. That version is expected to be launched by the end of 2021, with updates likely throughout its build.
High Expectations For 2021
As WSGF nears its planned Vaycaychella launch date, it's likely the stock will react favorably. In February, upon announcing the start of its beta test, shares jumped by more than 70% intraday. Although profit-takers took gains, the stock hit a high of $0.07, which investors have in its crosshairs as the first line of resistance after launch.
However, most investors expect that the stock can break significantly higher after the full production launch. They point to the estimated $100 million in revenues from its first full year in the market and a high number of expected user adoption based on the app's unique capabilities and real estate market focus. It could, after all, be the only app that facilitates small investments into multiple properties. Better still, deals close quickly, allowing for investors the ability to participate in other published deals.
Despite weakness in the stock on Tuesday, WSGF may likely gain positive momentum with its launch date approaching. Volume indicates that accumulation is taking place, and resistance at the $0.034 level is getting attacked. Keep in mind, as an OTC Pink stock, the volatility can be raucous, and the shares can be moved in either direction quickly by the market maker. So, it may be better to pay attention to news instead of price fluctuations.
The bottom line is this: The Q2 could be transformative for Vaycaychella and WSGF stock, and both are set up for success. Moreover, while the stock is trading lower than levels in March, it's still higher by more than 81% YTD. Still, it's prudent to expect some volatility as WSGF nears its planned launch as investors position their trade.
Thus, investors should be prepared to get rattled, shaken, and whipsawed on high volume days with wild share price fluctuations. But, at the end of the day, investors should stay focused on the weeks ahead, especially on how a successful launch could impact WSGF stock valuation.
The results from a triumphant start to Vaycaychella could indeed deliver massive returns. And that would surely trump a micro-penny move that may have caused panic. Watch the headlines for WSGF.
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