Hornet Driver Friday, 12/21/18 11:24:30 AM Re: None 20.000 Post # of 4458858 $GIFX...why.. $1 to $3 a SHARE IS REALISTIC..... https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.aspx?board_id=24668 GIFX...REAL COMPANY w/ "HARD ASSETS" like real estate and buildings and lots of employees...what OTC POS VAPOR-WARE special has that? Latest article Dec 20th, GIFA is making a bid to buy-out the struggling Cyprus Airport Services Company "CAS" and save them from BK and GIFA per documents submitted in court already...GIFA will PAY $4 MILLION British pounds in back wages to 137 employees of the CAS union if needed....WHAT OTC POS can pony up $4 MILLION large, CASH, to pay anything? HYPOTHETICAL "TOP LINE" REVENUE MODELS...GIFA Inc....based on NEWS OF Nov 26th that they MET THEIR INCREASED LOAN BROKERAGE TARGETS of $50 BILLION euros in 2018 and are INCREASING (growing their loan brokerage division) targets to $75 BILLION euros in loans to be brokered...and we KNOW that the "FINANCE CONSULTING DIVISION" of GIFA Holdings is part of the REVERSE MERGER to be "rolled into" what is now GIFX.... We (I and others) did this a little while back....wanted to revisit it again.....given their Chairman stated they "MADE THEIR 2018 TARGETS of $50 BILLION euros on LOANS BROKERED"...to businesses of all sizes, to municipal projects in neighboring countries, major real estate development projects in developing countries...etc.... WHAT are some "possible" and REALISTIC TOP-LINE REVENUE PROJECTIONS (REALISTIC) based on GIFA Inc stating they have completed "$50 BILLION" in brokered loans (yes, with a "B" as in 9 zeros after the decimal point) - and are increasing that amount ? And based on TOP-LINE REVENUES then what "might" be some initial REALISTIC SHARE PRICE "projections" IF...IF...IF this REVERSE MERGER IS COMPLETED AS IS LOOKING NEAR A CERTAINTY NOW ? Well, I did some more reading on "commercial lending" (investment bank type lending, large, VERY LARGE commercial loans, loans to govt for infrastructure, etc) and came up with the following info: 1) Most of us are familiar with a "home loan" as a large loan we may have experience with. It's common for a "home loan" to carry a "LOAN BROKER" fee (remember, GIFA BROKERS LOANS AS CONSULTANTS- they connect the borrower with large commercial banks and potentially even monetary funds such as international funds for developing countries, etc) - so as a LOAN BROKER in "home loans" we know that a "point to 1.5 points" is VERY COMMON. A "point" = 1% of the total loan amount (thus 1% to 1.5% of the total loan is common). 2) When I researched "LARGE COMMERCIAL BUSINESS LOANS or country infrastructure loans" it's harder to pin-down what a CONSULTING FIRM or LOAN BROKER might make. It could be a fixed fee based on loan size or still a "commission" as a percent of the loan total. The LARGER THE LOAN the lower the percentage "BROKER FEE" is what I found. 3) Based on that- I found it "seems" to be "common" on large commercial business and infrastructure and "building" loans and similar for a broker to receive approx 1/2 a point to as low as 1/10th of a point on a $BILLION plus type loan. 4) SO, I WANT TO USE A VERY...VERY...VERY..SUPER CONSERVATIVE "GUESSTIMATE" as to what kind of revenues GIFA might be pulling down via brokering $50 BILLION in loans to large entities like country infrastructure projects all the way down to small to mid sized general "business" loans-[/color] SO, I decided if it's between 1/10th of a percent and possibly as high as 1/2 a percent (.001 to .005) then I'll choose .003 (3/10ths of ONE PERCENT) as a LOAN FEE/BROKER FEE and see what happens to GIFA Inc TOP-LINE REVENUES (excluding ANY OTHER BUSINESS THEY OPERATE- only focusing on their LOAN BROKERAGE/FINANCIAL CONSULTING ARM) - and see what kind of numbers I get: TOP-LINE GROSS REVENUE MODELS: Assumption is ONLY .003 or 3/10ths of a percent to GIFA as their LOAN BROKER FEE: Here's what I get for TOP-LINE "GROSS" incoming REVENUES TO GIFA: (Remember, Kisa has already stated they are SURPASSING ALL TARGETS OF THEIR PAST $18 BILLION NUMBER and "MAY DOUBLE THAT AMOUNT THIS YEAR" which is 2018) - so lets see what it looks like: 1) $30 billion (lets say they did lower than $50 billion stated) in loans $30 billion X .003 = $90,000,000 or $90 MILLION top line revenues..WOW.. 2) $50 billion in brokered loans X .003 = $150,000,000 or $150 MILLION in top-line revenues...bigger wow... 3) Lets be SUPER CONSERVATIVE and say they only get 1/10th of a point commission/fee for their loan brokering and consultancy services. Aka .001 per loan amount brokered- what would $50 BILLION in loans generate in top-line revenues then: $50,000,000,000 X .001 = $50,000,000 or $50 MILLION STILL in gross revenues.... STILL SUPER WOW for OTC-ville and a $BUCK A SHARE EASY..as GIFX has a pittance 160 million shares outstanding...almost unheard of on the OTC markets... GIFX is a VERY GOOD SIZED BUSINESS it appears...no matter how one slices it...one that would command a $BUCK A SHARE w/o even trying hard...as GIFX only has a pittance of 160 mil shares O/S, almost unheard of on the OTC...and a 47 mil share MICRO FLOAT.... As share price is going to be a decent sized multiple of that number...5X or 6X that number would not be unusual for the market cap...which would put this EASILY at a $BUCK A SHARE and more like $2 to $3 bucks w/o even trying hard. NO OTHER GIFA business revenues of the conglomerate even considered yet....JUST their loan brokerage/financial consulting division.....WOWZA.... WHAT IF KISA's statement they are hitting BIGGER LOAN TARGETS PANS OUT..the $75 BILLION euros in 2019....? I think GIFX could tag $5 BUCKS A SHARE AT THAT POINT...YEPPER... THOSE ARE MY "HYPOTHETICAL PROJECTIONS" I get using what I "think" are very conservative numbers of a .003 or 3/10ths of a "point" BROKER FEE for large, VERY LARGE commercial loans....it could be more of course... Either way...IF ANY OF IT IS REMOTELY CLOSE...THIS WILL BE EXPLOSIVE TO THE UP-SIDE GIVEN THE 47 mil share MICRO-FLOAT AND FACT IT TRADES ON THIN AIR DUE TO SAME......SEC FILINGS ARE GOING TO REVEAL A LOT....but it "might" be BEYOND HUGE just based on that loan brokerage "consultancy" biz they are running- AND is IMO, 100% consistent with a company that BOUGHT A $2.9 MILLION euro piece of land and then BUILT A $12 MILLION euro WORLD CLASS STANDARDS BUILDING ON IT in short order... as in a few months time... Posts are only my amateur opinions, personal views and thoughts. They are not any type of investment advice. Do one's own due diligence.