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AvePoint: Stock With High Growth Potential For 2022 And Beyond

Jan. 03, 2022 12:57 PM ETAvePoint, Inc. (AVPT)10 Comments
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  • AvePoint provides key software and services for large clients such as Microsoft and Salesforce.
  • AvePoint is expected to grow revenue by 30% in 2022.
  • The CEO indicated that acquisitions could be in the company's future, which could accelerate growth.
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Cloud computing concept. Software as a Service. SaaS. Communication network.

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Many companies have extended valuations after the market runup over the past few years. So, I have been looking for stocks that are valued reasonably with a high potential for strong future upside. The recent one that I discovered is AvePoint (

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Timrio profile picture
Also wanted to note the company updated it’s 2021 revenues to $192 million with Their third quarter report. Might even get to $200 million when they actually report.
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“ Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brett Knoblauch initiated coverage of AvePoint with an Overweight rating and $10 price target. The firm's research suggests AvePoint is taking share in a large and growing end-market, driven by brand reputation, product quality, and product innovation, Knoblauch tells investors in a research note. The analyst believes recent share price performance provides an attractive entry point, and notes that channel checks are hinting at significant pipeline growth among resellers.”
While all other software got smashed today - this one showed decent relative strength......for maybe the first time ever? Could get interesting......
@becomjapan yesterday’s comments on Stocktwits were very funny. Many were just baffled.
David your back! Where have you been?
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@hsheikh Hi - I took a break from writing for a few months. I had to fill out forms such as the FAFSA.
Thanks for the article!

How did you gwt to the P/S ratio of 1.4?
Market cap is 1.16 bn
2021 sales we’re 184 mn
Gets you to a 6.3 ratio
@Eladr By my calculations the company is trading at approximately 4.5x sales on a TTM basis:

Market cap = 1.16 billion
Cash = 260 million
EV (less cash) = 900 million
2021 sales = 200 million
P/S = 4.5x

Pretty cheap stock in this space. Some of the problems are (1) SPAC overhang, (2) stock compensation expense in Q3, (3) questions regarding acquisition strategy (they have never integrated another company), (4) lack of institutional ownership (although this is changing), and (5) very fragmented industry.
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@Eladr Thank you for asking. I used the SA formula: Price of stock divided by revenue per share with the rev per share calculated using the weighted average shares outstanding for the past 12 months. Price at Friday's close $6.29.
TTM Revenue of $184.19million/weighted avg. outstanding shares of 40.3 million TTM. It looks like the difference in calculations is in the weighted average shares.
@Kipling Investments yes, these SPAC deals seem to have a lot of hair
hindering optimal performance in the stock.
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