would like to highlight OurPet's Company
). The company develops, produces, and markets various pet accessory and consumable products designed to awaken pets' natural instincts, be it in feeding, playing, or waste management. Sold globally through pet specialty retailers, food, drug and mass chains, e-commerce and international channels, the company's products are marketed under the OurPets®, Pet Zone®, and PetTastic® brands, with well-known sub-brands such as Play-N-Squeak™, Cosmic Catnip™, Durapet, SmartScoop, and Flappy. In total, OurPet's has an intellectual property portfolio featuring more than 160 individual patents, giving the company sustainable access to the pet products industry for the foreseeable future.
In the company’s news,
OurPet’s Company led all companies covered by The Bowser Report recently when its price per share surged by more than 10 percent. Bowser readers are likely already familiar with OPCO, as the company was featured in the publication’s November issue as its ‘Company of the Month’. In fact, OPCO has been recommended multiple times by Bowser’s panel of investment experts dating all the way back to May 2007.
In yesterday’s Daily Mover Alert, Thomas Rice, editor of The Bowser Report, detailed the specifics of OPCO’s big day by giving his opinion on the company as an option for prospective investors. His take was as follows:
Typical volatility from OPCO, but in a good direction this time. OPCO hit a high of $1 after we recommended the company in November 2015 at $0.90. Since, it has traded closer to $0.80 per share.
OCPO is currently in Category 1 with a Bowser Rating of 10. This is one to purchase if you’re looking to expand your portfolio. The price is right, and the company is doing well fundamentally.
OPCO may have some resistance moving up because of its low investor interest, but if investors take note of its steady growth, this stock could soar. In the meantime, if you have a position or enter a position, stick to the Game Plan!
OPCO’s strong performance in the rapidly expanding pet industry makes it an intriguing investment option moving forward. In 2013, the pet products and services market was valued at $71.3 billion, and additional industry growth is forecast for the coming years. OPCO is in a favorable strategic position to capitalize on this market performance through the use of its proven, two-pronged branding strategy, which includes the OurPets® brand for the pet specialty channel and the PetZone® brand for the food, drug and mass retail channel.
Over the past four years, OPCO has successfully leveraged this defined branding strategy, along with its extensive intellectual property portfolio, to record a 20.8 percent increase in sales while securing placements in nationwide retailers such as Walmart (NYSE: WMT), PetSmart, Petco and Kroger (NYSE: KR). Similarly, the company’s earnings have skyrocketed from $120,674 to $1.1 million since 2011.
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