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RegAResearch Publishes Reports on Two Reg A+ Companies: Robust Luxury Theater Business and Risky Crypto-Gamble
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RegAResearch Publishes Reports on Two Reg A+ Companies: Robust Luxury Theater Business and Risky Crypto-Gamble

NEW YORK–(February 21, 2018)– RegAResearch, the only media platform dedicated exclusively to news and analysis of Regulation A+ (“Reg A+”) companies, today announced the publication of two company-specific reports identifying a thriving luxury theater-and-restaurant operator along with a high-risk startup focused on the cryptocurrency industry. The reports are available now at RegAResearch.com.

The first report investigates iPic Entertainment (ticker: IPIC) and finds the stock offers investors a differentiated growth story at a deeply-discounted price. iPic has pioneered the luxury theater-and-restaurant business, with real-estate developers eager to offer up prime locations as it expands. The company makes most of its revenue from food and beverage, leading to the potential for much-higher margins than theater peers like AMC Entertainment (ticker: AMC) or Cinemark (ticker: CNK). It also derives a large percentage of sales from members of its loyalty program, a strategy that has helped drive growth for Starbucks (ticker: SBUX) and other leading consumer companies. There’s more to come: iPic investors should look out for new partnership announcements in addition to its current deal with Netflix (ticker: NFLX) and the possibility of expansion deals overseas.

The second report pinoints the flaws in the business model of Bitzumi, which has filed for a Reg A+ IPO of up to $10 million that would value the company at $288 million, despite being less than a year old and having no revenue. The company, co-founded by self-proclaimed Bitcoin genius James Altucher, says it plans to launch a cryptocurrency exchange. Its listing would follow the recent success of fintech company Longfin (LFIN), whose shares have risen sixfold since its Reg A+ IPO in December amid demand for cryptocurrency plays. But a deep dive into Bitzumi’s plans show that it may pour as much as 40% of its IPO proceeds on marketing and advertising, leaving the complex undertaking of launching an exchange as a second priority. Investors are better off avoiding this crypto-gamble.

 

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