You have only until the close of trading this upcoming Monday to collect $650 or more in “liberty checks.”
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What am I talking about?
A leading global provider of high-quality licensed photographs, vectors, illustrations, videos, and music declared that it will pay $105 million in “liberty checks” to its shareholders.
The company declared the “liberty checks” on Aug. 2. A deadline was subsequently imposed.
To collect a share of the bounty, you must buy the company’s shares before the close of trading on Aug. 13 – this Monday.
Liberty Check and Shares Worth Owning
The “liberty checks” are worth collecting because the company’s shares are worth owning. I like the company. I like the niche it rules.
The company rules the media-image roost. Persistent growth supports my assertion. The company records growth rates that conjure images of Jack’s beanstalk ascending in fast motion to the clouds.
The company’s annual revenue has grown to $579.9 million over the trailing 12 months from $328 million in 2014. That’s a 76.8% increase.
More growth is on tap for 2018. Management has guided for revenue to post between $625 and $635 million for the year. Revenue will grow 15% to 17% year over year.
Management expects operating income to post between $30 and $35 million. Operating income will grow 14% to 33% year over year.
Recent quarterly financial results back management’s guidance.
The company generated 45.2 million paid downloads for the second quarter – a 5.9% increase from the year-earlier quarter. Revenue per download was$3.41 – an 11.8% annual increase.
The company’s business grows. The good news is that sky-reaching growth requires no external financing.
The company carries no long-term debt. It has had no need to issue additional shares. To the contrary, the company has repurchased 2.6 million shares for a total of $100 million under an ongoing repurchase program. An additional $100 million remains for additional share repurchases.
The business generates high levels of cash. Operating cash flow increased to $111.9 million over the trailing 12 months. Operating cash flow has trended higher since 2014. The company holds $289.8 million in cash and cash equivalents. The cash account has swelled 14.4% over the past year.
The “liberty checks” are affordable. They won’t stress the balance sheet.
The “liberty checks” are, in the words of the board of directors, “consistent with our strategy of maximizing stockholder returns while allowing us to maintain a capital structure to fund our operations and growth initiatives.”
I agree. The “liberty checks” remove excess cash. They ensure return on investment capital remains as it is. Return on invested capital posted at 26.3% for the trailing 12 months.
The “liberty checks” increase this company’s value proposition. They offer high-yield income. They offer a potentially profitable trading opportunity.
You can get in on the value proposition.
I’ll show you how to claim this media-image company’s “liberty checks” during a live webinar that I’ll co-host on Monday (Aug. 13) at 12 p.m. EDT (noon). It’s free, and you’re invited.
I’ll also show you a lot more.
I’ll show you how to collect liberty checks that generate 10X the average dividend payment. I’ll show you how to trade the shares of liberty check issuers for equivalent-annualized returns that exceed 66%.
Don’t delay. Space is limited; it fills quickly. Click here to reserve your spot for this free, live event.
You have nothing to lose except the opportunity to collect 10X more income investing in and trading the shares of “liberty check” companies.