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World Series of Golf, Inc. Stock In Rally Mode Ahead Of Vaycaychella Launch; Shares Surge 204% in May

World Series of Golf Inc.’s (OTC Pink: WSGF), Vaycaychela, is coming to the rescue of an industry starved for vacation rental properties. And investors are paying attention. 

Shares in WSGF started to surge following CEO Brian Chesky of Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB) saying to support his company's phenomenal growth, millions of host properties are needed to keep up with demand. The great news for WSGF investors is that long before he made his pitch, Vaycaychella was well on its way to changing the way vacation property investment is made. Not only is Vaycaychella streamlining investment opportunities and processes, but it is also expected to be a vital tool in getting additional host properties into the vacation rental markets.

Best of all, after completing an extensive beta test, Vaycaychella is expected to launch later this month or in early June at the latest. Thus, investors appear to be trading ahead of the catalyst. And that may be a wise move. 

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Vaycaychella Launch Imminent

Shareholders that owned the stock when the beta test was announced appreciated a more than 70% intraday gain. And while the stock went into consolidation mode in March and April, it appears to have awaken from its slumber. At press time on Monday, shares are exchanging hands at $0.067, an increase of 11% on the day and a more than 400% increase for the month.

More gains could be forthcoming, especially with Vaycaychella being validated after achieving its primary goals through a pilot project financing short-term rental vacation properties in the Caribbean. There, Vaycaychella played a pivotal role in the development of a $1.2 million portfolio. It also added much needed properties to host rental inventories, produced income for investors and owners, and created additional value through property appreciation. In simple terms, at current price levels, it appears that very little of Vaycaychella’s robust functionality is priced into the stock 

And with the industry problems in the open, that can quickly change.

Changing The Way Investors Buy Property

At best, Vaycaychella can become the Robinhood of retail-focused real estate investing. WSGF purchased the potentially revolutionary app last year, and it's been on a fast track of getting the technology to market since then. Following a few planned enhancements to the platform, WSGF said it is still on track to release the full production scale into the market in May. 

After its initial launch, Vaycaychella is expected to broaden its reach by targeting and including properties from emerging and global markets with added focus on investment and construction opportunities. Already, Vaycaychella is helping to facilitate deals in Cuba. And while the market is embargoed from American travel, opportunities there are tremendous, with the country welcoming investment to revitalize properties and drive worldwide tourism back to its shores. While it helps property development in Cuba, Vaycaychella also empowers local entrepreneurs by creating jobs through its host location renovation and construction opportunities. 

By the way, for those who can travel there, Vaycaychella's Boutique Hotel in Havana, Cuba, is set to open soon. For listings and availability, check the app.

How Does Vaycaychella Work?

The best part about Vaycaychella is it’s easy to use interface. Vaycaychella is a peer-to-peer (P2P) platform that can scale its alternative real estate investment and purchasing model globally. Entrepreneurs seeking investment may use the app to advertise their target property acquisitions and/or property improvement projects for private investors to consider. The Vaycaychella app also allows entrepreneurs to share their personal profiles and their projects so that investors can understand the entrepreneur's background and character. It also provides a quick overview of the deal, with a more detailed disclosure given once the parties officially meet through the app. And, according to projections, the app could be met with significant demand.

In fact, WSGF management expects that Vaycaychella can generate $100 million in sales in its first year on the market. Yes, it’s a lofty goal, but keep in mind that investing apps such as Robinhood have amassed billion-dollar valuations in fewer than five years on the market. And there's no reason Vaycaychella couldn't follow a similar path. They are, after all, building a wholly new market space while simultaneously facilitating the investment process to a larger population.

This is the best part- Vaycaychella facilitates agreements that do not include credit checks, income-to-debt ratios, or income verification. In simpler terms, just like buying stocks, if an investor has the money, they can enter a bid.

Easy Interface, Added Functionality

Beyond its already easy to use interface, Vaycaychella is also working on adding new functionalities to give it even more financial versatility. The app has in-progress plans to incorporate cryptocurrency and crowdfunding features into the app, taking advantage of new and increasingly popular ways to finance assets. That feature utilizes a fintech application as a resource for those who may not qualify for a conventional mortgage.

Thus, the app makes investing accessible to almost everyone with a smart device and virtually removes barriers that would have previously prevented them from doing so. Better yet, the app could become the ideal option for financing income-generating rental properties with potentially better terms than traditional lenders. 

In fact, in some cases, probably a lot, actually, Vaycaychella may provide the ONLY opportunity for some retail investors to build a vacation property portfolio. That's the market where Vaycaychella can truly shine. 

Vaycaychella Nears its Launch Date

The excellent news for WSGF investors and others who simply want to use Vaycaychella to purchase, list, or sell, is that it will be available in less than a month. Maybe in as little as 15 days.

In either case, the timing of this release may work wonderfully in WSGF's favor. According to analysts covering the sector, the post-Covid-19 combination of surging destination vacation demand and rising interest of property owners wanting to renovate or build could provide an ideal investment opportunity for the would-be short-term vacation property owner/operator entrepreneurs. Help could come from rising property values as a rise demand is being reflected in pricing. That’s a normal market reaction, which should get better over time

One thing for sure…Vaycaychella may soon earn its way into the world of multibillion-dollar investment apps. That’s because Vaycaychella is looking to seize, and own, a potentially massive opportunity by focusing on an investment market that has been overlooked by trading-app developers. As of now, Vaycaychella is the only established app that caters to retail investors, providing a novel opportunity to create a property portfolio with just a few clicks on a smartphone.

Even more significant is that Vaycaychella's secure and robust platform bridges the gap between the involved parties by facilitating global transactions with just a few taps on a smartphone. However, the app's standout feature is that it helps users avoid almost all of the pitfalls that come with conventional real estate investing. As previously mentioned, Vaycaychella is designed to ease the transaction process by eliminating the need for credit checks, lengthy applications, and property surveys. 

Imagine, Vaycaychella can simplify the real estate process so much that it can be compared to the ease of making a stock purchase. Similar to that, no credit check or income verification needed. This idea could open a new door for a whole generation of investors to build a global real estate portfolio.

 Q2 Could Be Transformative for Vaycaychella and WSGF

Undoubtedly, the release of Vaycaychella will be an enormous milestone reached in the WSGF story. In addition to a milestone achieved, however, investors can expect several catalysts following the full release.  Post-release updates detailing the app's adoption rate, listing data, and property closings could lead the charge. Strong reports there could help reach Goldman Small Cap Research’s price target of $0.20, which would mark a near 200% rise from current levels.

Best of all, the app is far from final. Version 2.0 will implement crowdfunding features, expand the pool of listings, and facilitate different types of investment opportunities. Thus, milestones are still ahead as well.

At current prices, WSGF is a compelling investment candidate. But, even if it reaches Goldman’s target of $0.20, it could still be tremendously undervalued on a revenues basis assuming they deliver on projections. Best of all, for investors with either a short or long term horizon, those answers are coming soon. Being ahead of the news could be advantageous.


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