Prince Mexico SA Inc. ( LUVE )
Some industries have a tendency to fly right under the radar, especially when they are deeply embedded in our lives.
Take sports for example, as an industry we seldom give it much attention but there are few industries that can deliver perennial winners like the various sub-sectors in this industry that are virtually covered in gold.
Our latest play is steeped in one of these sub-sectors – the sporting goods sub-sector to be exact.
In the United States sporting goods represents a whopping $110 billion a year in sales, with several more millions of dollars represented in other countries like Mexico and South Africa.
Mexico in particular deserves our attention because it is this country that our latest play is set to dominate a space worth more than $266 million a year.
Without a doubt sporting goods companies have to be one of the most undervalued and unheralded opportunities about and we want you to shake the blinkers from your trading eyes and capitalize.
The best time to capitalize on this play’s gain potential is now because it recent months it’s been making massive moves towards increasing market positioning and generating revenues.
It is literally could explode northwards.
LUVE(LUVE Sports) is a sports distribution company focused on delivering industry-leading sport products to the Mexican markets with the plan to expand into the South American markets.
LUVE has to date, introduced products to the market and established key relationships with corporate partners with proven distribution networks.
LUVE provides racquets, footwear, balls, strings, grips, bags, stringing and calibration machines, and other accessories for the tennis and squash players; clubs, bags, and golf-related accessories; products for paddle sports, such as platform tennis, paddle tennis, paddleball, and paddle; and racquets, footwear, gloves, eyewear and other accessories for squash and handball.
LUVE has the exclusive rights to sell Prince, Ektelon and Viking brand name products in all of Mexico with the ability to expand into areas of South America.
Top Investor Highlights
- LUVE announced plans to expand market reach immediately by joining forces with a big box retailer that generates over $4 billion a year in revenues. LUVE plans to do direct product placements in order to expand its mindshare and boost sales.
- LUVE recently gave investors a taste of its untapped gain potential when it rewarded alert investors with net realizable intraday gains of up to 34.57%
- Investor interest has swelled in recent 5-day trading with volumes ticking as high as 1,617,100 million shares – a mind-numbing 1,749.98% increase on average volume of 87,419
- LUVE’s massive uptrend has barely moved the RSI needle and LUVE is sitting tantalizingly well with a 55.61 RSI. This leaves plenty of support room for unlocking gains by bullish investors
- LUVE’s is poised for a breakout and is heading fast towards its first resistance point of 0.3899 where investors are in line to realize gains of up to 14.71%. Given the current momentum, LUVE could potentially break past its second resistance point of 0.43898 where the gains are even greater, potentially
- LUVE took a massive step towards increasing its corporate profile by launching a new website and changing its name to “LUVE Sports.” This move is expected to increase the company’s business reach and provide a better platform for LUVE to increase its gain potential
LUVE Strikes Lucrative Product Placement Deal with $4 Billion Big Box Retailer
LUVE hasn’t let up with its steady release of positive developments and the company teased investors with its gain potential with a recent blockbuster announcement.
The company announced premarket that it has made good progress in strengthening its strategic growth and expansion plans and intends to pursue aggressive product placements with several large scale big box retailers.
LUVE made it clear to investors that its lucrative relationship with prominent retailer El Puerto de Liverpool S.A.B. de C.V. is set to expand.
“We have had a successful retail relationship with Liverpool stores since 2009. Liverpool was founded in 1847, operates 85 mid-to-high end retail stores within Mexico and had over $4 billion in revenue last year,” read the release.
President and CEO, Francis Duncan Forbes, gave some insights into the expansion plans, commenting that, "It is a key component of our overall retail strategy to continue to sell our products through such established, wide-reaching retailers like Liverpool. Our brands are recognized and renowned on a global scale which are a perfect fit for Liverpool's huge customer base. We are pleased to continue this relationship and to further capitalize on the growing reach of retail heavyweights such as Liverpool."
When we consider that LUVE has only just started to scratch the surface with its expansion plans and product placements, its gain potential is truly extraordinary. The recent increases in market valuation are a testament to that gain potential coming more into focus.
No doubt more big announcements regarding this aggressive expansion push are on their way and investors would do well to remain alert.
Outlook for Sporting Goods Sector and how it fits well with LUVE’s Expansion Plans
LUVE’s push to dominate the extremely lucrative sporting goods sector is quite literally an investors dream, for the outlook in this arena is truly positive.
All across the board, trend watchers and sector analysts agree that in the coming months and years, there’s going to be an explosion in sales and countries like Mexico and others in Asia represent huge opportunities for companies like LUVE.
The global retail sporting goods market holds substantial opportunities for sporting goods suppliers due to strong product demand in the three market segments: athletic apparel, athletic footwear, and equipment.
Asia and Rest of World represent good growth market for retail sporting goods industry over the forecast period. According to Lucintel, the market is forecast to reach an estimated $266 billion in 2017 with a CAGR of 4% over the next six years (2012–2017).
The sporting goods industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the manufacturing and retailing of sporting goods, such as camping equipment, exercise and fitness equipment, athletic uniforms, specialty sports footwear, apparel, and accessories.
As the study indicates, the global retail sporting goods industry is highly fragmented. North America currently dominates this market. Some of the major players in this market are Nike, Adidas, and Dick’s Sporting Goods. A combination of factors such as demographics and consumer spending impacts market dynamics significantly.
This “fragmentation” mentioned by analysts is the key to LUVE’s growth and expansion plans for it allows the company to dominate markets that are not part of the focus of bigger brands like Nike and Adidas. Little wonder then that LUVE is pushing hard as it gains footholds in both Mexico and South Africa, two very lucrative and untapped markets with huge growth opportunities.
LUVE Outlines Massive Growth Plans and Push to Tap $260 Million Market
LUVE’s recent momentum and uptrend is clearly an indicator that it is hugely undervalued. Despite these strong indicators, however, LUVE has still made a push to inform and keep investors in the loop. The company released a cooperate update recently which outlined LUVE’s strategic growth plans, as well as how it intends to capitalize on the exploding sporting goods market in Latin America.
According to the release, LUVE will make good on its rich history under the Prince TM brand and deliver under the umbrella of the company’s new owner, Authentic Brands Group (ABG).
The usual jitters that comes when a company is bought by another don’t apply here because Authentic Brands Group, the international company that now owns Prince Sports Group, has been around since the 1970s and has five sports it produces products for: tennis, squash, racquetball (Ektelon), paddle ball (Viking) and golf.
In this investing context, ABG and LUVE couldn’t be a better fit. The sport of tennis has a very huge profile and ABG’s commitment to keeping prince rackets and other equipment in the hands of the world’s top tennis players is a huge priority. The merchandizing opportunities arising out of this are absolutely huge and LUVE is in line to generate massive revenues as it expands its operations in South America.
Mexico represents a massive opportunity for revenues and expansion and has been the target of many established brands in other sectors for years. LUVE’s decision to make Mexico one of its key strategic markets going forward is therefore more reason to be confident about the companies gain potential.
The Latin American sporting goods market is worth more than $430 million a year and Mexico eats a huge chunk of those sales – currently 60% or more than $260 million.
LUVE is gain potential just waiting to be tapped. The indicators are made out of titanium; the technical setup has the precision of the great pyramids of Egypt and so there’s absolutely no reason for this play to make another big push upwards without you capitalizing – absolutely no reason at all.
Start your research on LUVE right away as this could be an explosive opportunity.
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