AITX Analysis – Good Versus Bad Dilution

In today’s post, I’m going to talk about share issuances and dilution in the penny stock realm, and then tie it into AITX. This is one of those topics that makes me want to put my head through a plate glass window when flipping through Twitter. The concept of dilution in the pennies might be the most misunderstood concept there is, and especially is for AITX.

AITX Analysis – Operating Expenses and Scale

In this next article on AITX, I wanted to take a deeper dive into AITX’s income statement again. I have already written detailed articles, linked below, analyzing AITX and its competitor Knightscope down to gross profit. Today’s article will focus on AITX from gross profit through operating income. We’ll talk about operating expenses in general, … Read more

Micro-Cap Basics – Liquidity, the Liquidity Premium, and Trading an Illiquid Stock

A common feature of some, but not all, micro-cap stocks is low liquidity. This is extremely common for stocks not trading on a major exchange, such as the OTC or OTCQB. But what does low liquidity mean exactly? And how do investors deal with the liquidity premium in valuing a particular company? Liquidity – The … Read more

Micro-Cap Basics – Using Comparable Multiples in Low-Growth, Profitable Companies

Occasionally as you’re flipping through the droves of companies on your screener, getting a migraine from seeing negative shareholder equity and negative 10,000% net margins, you find an easter egg. A profitable company in the wild! You flip over to Twitter and type in the ticker…nothing! Just a bunch of tweets from three months ago … Read more

AITX Analysis – IP and the Effect on Gross Margin Ft. Knightscope Part 2

Continuing from my previous post, we have now spoken in detail about KS, now we can move onto AITX. AITX – How do they Compare? See below AITX’s financials over (as close as the SEC allows me) the same period: Side-by-side with KS, we are seeing the same heavy losses operating margins. However, AITX is … Read more

AITX Analysis – IP and the Effect on Gross Margin Ft. Knightscope

Today’s article, to be broken down into a two posts due to size, are taking a deeper dive into three income statement line items: Net Revenue, COGS, and Gross Profit, and how they can be partially attributable to intangible property, or “IP”. All throughout AITX’s filings, as well as the CEO’s press, they only name … Read more

AITX Analysis – A Brief Introduction to the Series

Today’s article is going to be the first in a series analyzing AITX. For those of you that don’t know, one of the more talked about stocks on the OTC is AITX, or Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions. Full disclosure, and I will make this clear throughout, I currently hold a long position in AITX. This … Read more