When I first looked at OPAP (OTCPK:GOFPY) last summer, it was among the cheapest stocks I'd ever analyzed. It was so cheap, in fact, I initially brushed it off as being some sort of imminent bankruptcy.
After digging into the history and financials, I discovered the company was anything but. I sent the research report out to my subscribers and started seeing others in the industry with a similar perspective. Others in the industry were starting to get intrigued by Greece in general and the GREK (GREK) ETF, of which OPAP is one of the largest holdings. The company's operations were stabilizing and legitimate growth potential was there. Six months and over 60% later,...
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