In this section we look at one stocks that we think investors should avoid regardless of the valuation. The risks are now to the downside and we believe investors should stay well clear. As usual we give them the unconventional assessment.  GetSwift (GSW) – $2.92 – The once market darling is about to turn into a shell company following a scathing report published in the Fairfax Media over the weekend. The company produces software to make deliveries more efficient. The gurus heading the business are Joel MacDonald and tech millionaire Bane Hunter. Shares listed at 20c and have reached a high in December of $4.60. That’s roughly a +2000% share increase since listing. It then raised $75m via a $4 capital raising. But what has the market up in arms is its string of announcements that it had landed huge deals with CBA, Amazon, Yum!Brands, Fantastic Furniture and The Fruit Box Group. The Fairfax article says most of these so called deals were bogus and were cancelled. GetSwift announced a global deal with e-commerce giant Amazon, which the article says is misleading. Shares have gone into a trading halt pending clarification over two contracts. If the vague contract announcements are…

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