A penny stock priced at 10 times earnings with future growth potential

  over six months ago at Macroaxis 
By David Taylor

Terra Firma Capital Corp. (TFCCF) is a Canadian real estate finance company.  The company specializes in bridge loans for developers and home-owners doing construction.  The company’s market capitalization is $35 million and the stock is trading at $0.489 per share, making this effectively a penny stock.  


 product technology   terra firma

Do not pass up a penny stock just because it is a penny stock.  There are solid earnings here and it is priced well below market averages.  If this stock were to continue and then meet up with the industry average for EPS ratio, the stock would double in price.  That is a significant opportunity for the savvy investor.  

Ellington Financial LLC
  over six months ago at Macroaxis 
By David Taylor

Ellington Financial is a company that acquires asset-backed financial instruments.  This is exactly the kind of product that got the entire financial world into trouble in ...

 product finance   ellington financial real estate
Ford Motor
  over a year ago at Macroaxis 
By Achuva Shats

Advanced driver assistance system (or ADAS for short) is an evolving technology in ever-growing auto industry developed to enhance vehicle safety without compromising any of the...

 product services   ford motor vehicles car truck and bus manufacturers automobiles and trucks

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