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The United States is exiting from a needlessly long economic downturn. The financial engineering that slowed the recovery finally is being unwound. That process almost surely will cause a stock market decline, due to all the uncertainty involved.
The potential for a new Golden Era could develop, though, once the Government controls are removed. An outstanding buying opportunity is possible.
Which candidate will let the American people realize that potential?
Walrus Partners LLC is a registered advisor that specializes in unique investment strategies. The flagship S-2 fund was established in 1997. It concentrates on high potential Special Situation growth stocks in the "post-venture pre-institutional" segment of the market. The Dividend Growth Strategy, introduced in 2013, invests in companies with a proven record of rising cash payouts. The Event Driven Strategy, launched in 2014, focuses on spin offs, restructurings, mergers, and other unusual corporate developments.
Reed's is a specialty producer of non-alcoholic drinks made from natural ingredients. Its drinks are displacing soda in the U.S. market as consumers adopt healthier lifestyles. New products are amplifying performance. Sales growth has been maintained at a 20% rate over the past several years. Volume now is poised to exceed $50 million a year, a key threshold that should allow profit margins to expand. Manufacturing equipment upgrades and new distribution software could yield further leverage. Reed's has penetrated only a small part of the U.S. market. Geographic expansion and market share gains could sustain growth at superior levels through the end of the decade.