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GratziPrego   Tuesday, 10/20/20 12:25:04 PM
Re: jasper89 post# 18054
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To Possibly Answer Question about "Why Volume is Too Low":

Veltex being Relatively Unknown by the Public, and with just a Handful of Significant Shareholders, Veltex seems to Resemble a Private Company.

Think about it...it might just be that The Board, Management, and just a little more than a Few Outside Shareholders Own a Significant Majority of All the Outstanding Shares of Veltex.

If this Scenario is True, then this Explains Why the Volume is So Low (Because Most Shareholders are Holding On to Our Shares Pretty Tight, Not Letting Go of Veltex Shares at the Current Price that We Feel is Too Low).

Once in a While We Get Some Sales of Stock, Most Likely from those that Don't Follow Veltex Much in their Portfolio of Many Stocks, and just Sell because They're Taking what They Believe is a Decent Profit, OR Maybe They've Fallen on Hard Times due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus affecting their Business, Employment, Income, etc...forcing Them to Reluctantly Sell Their Veltex Shares.

Whatever the Case may be, We here Understand that the Fundamentals of Veltex express that Veltex seems to be "Extremely Undervalued."

Regards to Veltex and it's Deferred Tax Asset Alone, Some Calculate it as approximately Seventy-Two Cents Per Share (0.72 per Share).

When We Take into Account Additional Fundamentals, Such as:

1.) Expectations of Positive Cash Flows from Veltex Rehabilitation Services

2.) Buyback Program

3.) Property Acquisition(s)

4.) Veltex Lobbyist

Then We Expect to See that this "Unknown Company" called Veltex may "Eventually Be Noticed" as it Starts to Grow More and More Attractive to Investors...which Will Most Likely be Reflected in Much Higher Trading Volumes, and Maybe a Merger or Acquisition.

We Agree that When We Take into Account all the Fundamentals listed above, We can Imagine Veltex Trading at a Level of Over Two to Three Dollars or More.

(We Strongly Believe that Veltex can Trade at $2 to $3 Dollars Per Share Based on the Fundamentals listed above)

Best Wishes,


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