Motley Fool recently published an article titled “2 Bargain Stocks You Can Buy Today.”
In the article, the writer notes that it’s been nearly a year since the pandemic crashed the stock market and points out that “…smart investors took advantage of the opportunity to grab shares of great companies that were pummeled along with the broader market.” Yet now with the market at record highs, bargains appear scarce.
The writer is quick to note that “bargain” isn’t synonymous with cheap, nor do struggling businesses with low prices make them a bargain.
But there are two solid companies that the writer feels the shares of which “…are underperforming their overall business and can still be purchased at bargain prices.” For this, the writer likes Lowe’s (NYSE: LOW) and American Express (NYSE: AXP).
The writer makes some good points, but those aren’t the only promising companies worth looking into. We also like OriginClear, Inc. (OTC Pink: OCLN). OriginClear, Inc. (OTC Pink: OCLN) has acquired world rights to patented water systems technology and a 25-year-old company in Texas with a sterling reputation as a builder of custom industrial water treatment plants, generating close to $4 million per year in sales and flying under Wall Street’s radar.
Water in our country is in trouble. Flint, Michigan is far from alone. Cities can’t keep up with water needs, and the funding gap is growing by more than $100 billion a year.
The solution? Self-help. Faced with broken municipal systems, businesses all over America are taking their water in their own hands, with the help of advanced, compact systems from pioneers like OriginClear (OTC Pink: OCLN).
With the help of their breakthrough technology and their own “bank” now in development, the high-tech veterans at OriginClear are transforming the slow-moving water industry, just like the hotel industry before Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB), and the taxi industry before Uber (NYQ: UBER), by making FUNDING much easier and revolutionizing how water deals are done.
In 2020, OriginClear showed it could create a water career for COVID-orphaned entrepreneurs and is now building a multi-million-dollar fund to finance water investments so that companies can simply “pay as they go” and only for what they use.
OriginClear refers to this as Water as a Service (WaaS), and their finance company already has received preliminary commitments for $3 million, with more on the way.
According to the Company, water companies are historically a very “safe” investment, virtually recession-proof as unregulated water rates are growing faster than inflation, and this is good for the industry. OriginClear is leading the fast-growing business of helping industry cope with its own pollution.
OriginClear’s primary revenues are from its Texas base, which despite COVID interruptions, are running 14% ahead of 2019… more than $3 million for the nine months ended September 30, 2020 compared to about $2.7 million for the same period last year.
For the same period, gross profits grew by 20% and the company’s losses from operations decreased by 5% to $2,682,435 as deep-pocketed investors continued to bet aggressively on this disruptive play and its popular high-dividend offerings for both accredited and unaccredited investors.
OriginClear’s market capitalization is about $2 million, and trading volume is about 350,000 shares daily, while non-objecting shareholders exceed 8,000.
Water as a Service is expected to help the water industry explode, and OriginClear, Inc. (OTC Pink: OCLN) intends to be a leader in this promising space.
Through its evolution, EmergingGrowth.com found a niche in identifying companies that can be overlooked by the markets. We look for strong management, innovation, strategy, execution, and the overall potential for long- term growth. Aside from being a trusted resource for the Emerging Growth info-seekers, we are well known for discovering undervalued companies and bringing them to the attention of the investment community. Through our parent Company, we also have the ability to facilitate road shows to present your products and services to the most influential investment banks in the space.