E Why The Case Of Worlds Inc Is The Most Exciting Binary Bet Out There

TM editors' note: This article discusses a penny stock and/or microcap. Such stocks are easily manipulated; do your own careful due diligence.

You can make money on the stock market by carefully selecting high yielding dividend stocks and just sit down and wait for the dividends coming in while your shares are slowly drifting higher. A great investment strategy, but not necessarily a fun one. So how about spicing up your portfolio by investing a little bit in a super exciting penny stock?

Let me introduce you to Worlds Inc (WDDD), a binary bet unlike any other. I initiated a small long position, and if things go well, my small investment will return a monster gain. If things go south, I lose all my money, but then again it’s just a small investment and I know what I’m doing (portfolio risk management is key). The buying opportunity here is that investors do not know that the odds of a monster gain are actually pretty good, way better than what the market is currently pricing in given WDDD’s miniscule market cap. 

To make my thesis readable, I formatted it in a brief Q&A session.

Q: What is Worlds?

Worlds is your typical under-the-radar OTC stock. It’s price level of a mere 15 cents makes it abundantly clear we are dealing with a penny stock. There are thousands of stocks listed on the OTC exchanges, and most investors do not know a thing or two about these stocks. OTC stocks, especially the subpar $1 penny stocks, are in general considered to be long shots. However, there are hidden gems to be found that offer surprisingly compelling investment ideas.

Q: What does Worlds do for business?

Worlds developed software and related technology for the creation of interactive 3D Internet environments encompassing massively multiplayer online role-playing games. The company's technologies are designed for large-scale communities of simultaneous online users, who interact within online interactive 3D virtual worlds. Worlds’ revenue model is monetizing its patent portfolio by having sued Activision, a $17 billion gaming conglomerate, for wilful infringement of various patents.

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Disclosure: Long WDDD. Please do your due diligence before investing.

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