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Fourth Quarter: Amazon / Membership / Stock Price

By: Robert Grosshandler | January 07, 2021

We’ve begun preparing our year end financials. Look for those late in April. On top of that, we’re due to file a new offering circular before June. In order to make that process a little easier on us, we’re preparing to file it (our 1-A) possibly as early as February.

Double Stock Back Extended Again

By: Robert Grosshandler | December 31, 2020

Now through January 31, 2021 With the extension of the Federal Stimulus program, and the strength of our holiday season, we’ve decided to offer Double Stock Back for another month. We went into great detail as to our thinking on this in this post earlier this year. It’s our New Year thank you to all … Continue reading Double Stock Back Extended Again

Double Stock Back Extended

By: Robert Grosshandler | December 03, 2020

Through December 31, 2020 We had several reasons to start awarding double stock back in November. Amongst them was that our stock was trading at less than half of the offering price of $.18/share (the offering price is the price we must use to calculate how much stock you get when you earn stock from … Continue reading Double Stock Back Extended

November Amazon Results / Giving Reminder

By: Robert Grosshandler | December 03, 2020

This is quicker than a normal recap of results because Amazon is the gorilla we want to make sure you don’t forget (at least as far as it affects iConsumer and your stock). Boldly stated, if you shop Amazon, use iConsumer. It makes us stronger, and potentially helps our stock price to go up. You … Continue reading November Amazon Results / Giving Reminder

Question from a shareholder

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 28, 2020

RM asks (in our Facebook Group): Robert — hope you had a great Thanksgiving! Just curious. For those shareholders having earned the most shares so far, how many does that equal? I think I’m setting the world on fire with my 5,035 shares, and can’t help but wonder if there are some of us out … Continue reading Question from a shareholder

Hockey Sticks

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 27, 2020

A graph that moves up and to the right radically is often called a “hockey stick”. The interpretation of a hockey stick graph highly depends on the subject. New infections? A Bad Thing. Stock price or new members? A Good Thing. I’m happy to share some graphs with you. This is not MNPI (material non … Continue reading Hockey Sticks

Amazon Results

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 20, 2020

Here’s our monthly update on Amazon. In October 2020, our revenue increased 41% over the same month last year. This year, Prime Day happened mid-October, whereas last year, it was mid-July, so we hoped for a bit of a bump in the year-over-year comparison. For the first half of November, our revenue is up 114% … Continue reading Amazon Results

Holiday Observations

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 20, 2020

This holiday season is starting out differently. Traditionally, holiday shopping began to show up about the third week of October. It sort of mimicked catalog shopping. And it would more or less end around December 15, to allow USPS, UPS, DHL, and FedEx to make their deliveries on time. As more and more stores began … Continue reading Holiday Observations

Same data, different numbers

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 09, 2020

This post is just for fun and education. I like to use three different sites to watch the stock price of RWRDP. Normally, they’re exactly the same. Today, not so much. Here’s what ETRADE shows: Here’s what the OTC site shows (it’s my favorite today, any guesses why?): The above image also shows why the … Continue reading Same data, different numbers

Correlation vs. Causation

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 09, 2020

The election season is finally over, holiday season shopping has begun, and my curiousity about our stock price movement and shopping activity is piqued. Does our stock price going up help motivate people to shop at iConsumer? My gut says that it does. That would be causation. We’re more exciting, people like to get in … Continue reading Correlation vs. Causation