KOSK provides massive upside for the short-term trader. Don't wait. Here's your head start.
This is one of those opportunities you need to know about right now.
Usually when a company adds nearly 1,500% to lower valuations you expect that company to be an iffy prospect for a near term punt.
However, history has proven my alerts to not only be timely, but right.
Unless you've been living under a rock you by now have seen winner after winner over the past several weeks and when I say profits I mean it. Most of my alerts have dished out massive gains in a single day, like my alert from a week ago that gained 990% in one trading session.
Well, my new alert is ready to follow suit and its massive run up looks like just the beginning.
One Step Vending Corp. (OTCPINK: KOSK)
You wouldn’t think that the almost-peripheral vending machine market – often referred to as Micro Markets – would produce a play as lively as KOSK yet over the last few months the company has been a revelation to both investors and traders alike.
Since around February KOSK has added nearly 1,500% to lower valuations and the vending machine industry continues to come into sharper focus, the upside possibilities with this company are starting to look almost limitless.
KOSK as recently as June, confirmed that it has entered into a licensing deal with New Line Software.
So that KOSK can use New Line’s PCI compliant credit card processing technology across its micro markets in San Diego. As strategic moves go, this is a bold and prudent move by KOSK; if nothing else it should position the company to take advantage of the growth in digital payments that are currently sweeping commerce in America.
The deal has made KOSK a bit of darling among investors as evidenced by the steady growth in volatility. KOSK is now trading big volume numbers and average volume is now a little north of 322K.
From a day trading perspective the play is ripe for action. Barchart.com has raised its opinion to a buy; RSI is well-balanced at 44 and valuation is just about set to test the 50 DMA whilst simultaneously creating the near-term opportunity for about 22% gain potential.
Naturally, I expect you to give KOSK your best effort.
Check out the chart…
Here’s a link to the chart: http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=KOSK
KOSK (One Step Vending Corp.) operates as a holding company that focuses on the acquisitions of market-changing and disruptive business models. It supports its subsidiaries with financial, sales, marketing, and operational changes. The company, through its subsidiary, Corporate Refreshment Services, Inc., provides a range of food and beverage solutions focusing on the use of self-checkout micro market technology. It offers various vending services to small and medium sized companies, including beverage and snack machines to workplaces.
KOSK was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.
Micro Markets Have Now Pushed The Vending Machine Industry To $20.9B Annually
Since the industry started recovering from the Great Recession, there has been a new business model emerging. During the hard years, it became apparent to many operators it was time to gain operating efficiencies and better control costs. This has led to a steady increase in the investment in vending management systems (VMS) as a way for operators to manage their businesses more effectively. In 2015, operators using VMS report it has helped increase same store sales, cut unprofitable accounts, cut labor and vehicles costs, increase product variety, all while maintaining or increasing sales and profits. Cashless payment acceptance is also being adopted at a faster rate. It has increased sales in many locations, according to operator comments. In part due to this strengthening of business practices, the aggregate revenue for the industry has grown nearly 4 percent in the past year to reach $20.9B, the highest it has been in 6 years.
In addition to vending technology, micro markets have been invigorating revenues. Thanks to the open shopping experience with new products and broader appeal, micro markets are driving interest by workplaces and consumers. Both are requesting this type of solution from operators at an increasing pace.
Micro markets have also brought new equipment providers, new smaller location solutions, and additional product suppliers to the industry. In 2015, the percentage of revenue associated with micro markets rose to a record-breaking 10.2% of the total, making it the highest revenue-providing service segment after vending machines.
One Step Vending Corp. Announces CRS Micro Markets, Inc. License Deal with New Line Software (Still A Major Catalyst)
KOSK confirmed that its subsidiary company Corporate Refreshment Services Micro Markets, Inc., a self-checkout retailer in micro markets industry, announced today a license deal with New Line Software to use their PCI compliant credit card processing technology in all Micro Markets operated in San Diego territory.
New Line Software provides advanced payment technologies and this license deal will facilitate the secure processing of payments in all the kiosks installed in the CRS Micro Markets' business and corporate clientele.
To learn more about KOSK please visit their website: http://www.onestepvending.com/
KOSK is being generous at the moment. The last session produced a 33% rally and KOSK is still trading below key resistance levels and its 50 DMA.
Make your move ASAP.