How to Invest in the 2022 Startup Post-Pandemic Boom?

With the pandemic easing with vaccine roll-outs, a small business and startup boom will occur in the United States, in late 2021 – 2023. But with the WFM hybrid new normal and with Palantir moving to Denver, Colorado will actually be one of the key epicenters of this movement.

This brings us to how Social Life Network is scaling, as a technology business incubator. At the Last Futurist, this is starting to become one of our higher conviction micro cap investment options. This is not financial advice, always do your own due diligence.

So why are we bullish on this startup boom movement? Because with BigTech, the pandemic and small business apocalypse, and greater decentralization in how startups are formed in the future, we believe in up-and-coming incubators.

This is a long term investment to hold. The current price is $0.02. We see this reaching $0.20 by July, 2021 and $0.65 by 2022. Barchart sees this as a strong buy. The chart is rather good, with the 5-Year chart pointing to a baseline of $0.08 for the company. However they have been aggressively diversifying their business model in late 2020 and early 2021 thus far.

Social Life Network, based in Denver, understand the potential of the cannabis boom. You can read their investor presentation deck here. During the March 2021 correction we believe $WDLF will go on a substantial discount price. Possibly even under $0.01, this is because the social following of this stock is currently still in the undiscovered realm of micro-cap stocks (stocktwits reference).

Investing in the green economy of Denver, Colorado is one of the best ways to leverage and invest long term in the startup boom that will likely be one of the highlights of the economic recovery from the pandemic. This will include a potential stock market correction later in 2022 relating to a debt bubble that the Last Futurist has mentioned before.

What is the total addressable market (TAM) of a SMB boom as one of the fastest growing Technology Business Incubators (TBIs) in America?

At the Last Futurist we are convinced that it’s bigger than you might think, in spite of many significant TBIs that are already quite evolved. TBIs that leverage industries like cannabis, blockchain and other growth industries will outperform bigger software leaning startup incubators such as in California or Austin, Texas. Denver is a different demographic and will support different kinds of new businesses.

More competition in the advertising sector also means niche networks will do better in the 2022-2030 period than massive platforms of scale that have already reached their zenith likely in 2019. Apps like Clubhouse demonstrate that’s there is pent up demand for new approaches to niche networks and product innovation.

The partnership and network effect of $WDLF is uniquely positioned to be tethered with how niche networks evolve in the 2020s.

Let’s think about how niche cannabis, sports, hunting/fishing/camping and other verticals evolve in 2021.


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While it’s not clear to me how Social Life Network is really involved in blockchain or AI, they are certainly exploring those options as well in addition to real estate, cannabis and sports & recreation. What we like is how they are diversifying their revenue growth to be a high-growth incubator here with excellent timing to benefit from the economic boom of new businesses in 2022. Are you starting to see why this is a long-hold investment?

However the real driver of growth of $WDLF that’s not commonly recognized are all the new investors in micro-cap stocks (what used to be known as penny stocks). We believe the GameStop movement was actually a movement designed by hedge funds and institutions to attract more Millennial and GenZ investors in order to profit from their inexperience in SPACs and other such investments that they can short.

Additionally, with low interest rates, a lot more liquidity has entered the small-cap and micro-cap sector from March 2020 to March 2021 in an unprecedented way. Networks like Reddit and Stocktwits are really easy to game by hedge funds with access to huge PR firms. Institutions can thus drive up stocks with no fundamentals such as $MVIS and $GEVO and profit from both the way up and the way down and rinse and repeat in so many names.

Social Life Network Royalty Revenue Generation

Back to our idea, remember, Social Life Network gets licensees by charging a 5% fee on their profits, and a 15% stake in their company if they reach the liquidity event of going public or selling their business. These Micro IPOs provide Social Life Network with added liquidity to innovate and improve their TBI business model. Thus revenue growth for $WDLF will be much more rapid in 2022 than it appears on its already considerable revenue growth. Investing in growing startups means investing in a company that has a valid path to profitability and scale. When evaluating a company with a stock price of under $0.05, this is usually very difficult to do.

Social Life Network thus presents several opportunities:

  • Small business boom of 2022
  • Knowledge and scale in niche social network and E-commerce
  • Interest in high-growth sectors including cannabis, real estate, niche recreation and blockchain
  • An evolving TBI revenue generation model that can scale
  • Ideal geographical location for cannabis, sports and real-estate related startups (Denver)
  • Relatively low-risk high-growth stock chart related to the potential of the company to grow in the 2021 to 2024 period.

Getting in early is the key factor in good long-term investing. This is by far not a mature startup in spite of being founded in 2013. The company is actually even smaller than is being claimed.

There are of course realistic caveats. Their technology development, legal guidance, and executive leadership assistance is likely not as sophisticated as either the California, Austin or Toronto area locations. The business is not infallible, it depends on how they move forward during this critical startup and SMB boom and also if, as we predict, the Denver area becomes one of the new Silicon Valleys of the future.

At a price of $0.02 most of you will agree its a low-risk entry point. The one-month high is $0.04, roughly double of the price on Monday, March 1st, 2021. The important thing, for a long-term investor, is what will be the price in March, 2022? It could and generally would be considerably higher than these levels.

We aren’t a fan of price target analysis and for this reason we don’t usually do it. Yet, due to our high conviction levels in this company however this is just our best guess opinion. The worst case scenario is around $0.05, with a best case scenario being closer to $0.30.

Either way, that’s a win. If you enjoy their potential, you can follow their investor podcasts as an active investor. This is not a sponsored post (At the Last Futurist we do not do sponsored posts or advertising or even social media sharing).

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