Endeavor IP Is Significantly Undervalued
Last week, there was an article published on Seeking Alpha by Penny Stock Realist claiming that Endeavor IP (ENIP.PK) was being promoted. The author then speculated about the ways in which the company is being promoted and used that speculation as the basis for why investors should sell or even short Endeavor IP. This article will serve to offer some rebuttals to those criticisms and also offer a few reasons why investors should consider investing in the promising IP company.
Endeavor IP is an intellectual property services and patent licensing company that is engaged in the acquisition and licensing of intellectual property. Since the company’s unique ability to combine investment strategy, technology, and proper patent monetization, Endeavor IP is in a unique position to generate substantial growth over the years to come. The company is led by CEO Dr. Cameron Gray, who has developed a unique and diversified network of relationships in patent law.
As the company looks to acquire more patents in the future, Dr. Gray’s contacts should pay dividends. As mentioned at the start, my main motivation in penning this piece is to offer some rebuttals to the cheap attacks in the previous article. Those cheap shots include the following:
- Business taken public with no revenues
- Seed shareholders given shares for next to nothing
- Change in control
- Name and symbol change
- Forward split while all the shares were insider owned