Gett App Stock Analysis

What Is The Value Of Gett App Stock?

Gett App Stock Analysis. Gett will be released on the stock exchange through a merger with an SPAC company at an estimated $1 billion.

In April of this year, the $1.9 billion estimated valuation for Gett’s stock came out. But “Forbes experts” called it modest, adding that it could grow up to $7 billion. I wrote that it was a joke. But, in the end, the company attracted $750 million in fundraising, and had a unicorn value.

Yet another billion is too much for Gett.

And the November presentation to investors, which I just got into my hands. This document cannot even be called an attempt at manipulating financial data, it’s just a bunch of delusional numbers in PowerPoint, which are supposed to inspire investors’ trust.

Over 11 years of its existence, Gett has burned hundreds of millions of dollars and earned $162 million in revenue by 2021.

There is no profit, nor has there ever been.

The money on the balance is running out. So how do we get to such lofty valuations?

We are drawing a chart, we predict we will have $613 million in revenue in 2023 and write 56% CAGR with 3.8x growth in a large font.


And this is what almost the entire presentation looks like: a sense of logos, useless proxy-metrics and futuristic forecasts.

And here is an example of factual data: Contribution Margin indicator from 12% in 2019 increased to 58% in 2020.

How is this possible?

With a fine font in the note, we will see that this is some Adjusted EBITDA Before Public Company Costs Margin, not a real Contribution Margin.

In short, there is so much self-proclaimed nonsense that it is not even interesting to understand.

However, I want to quote a couple of lines from the description of risk factors:

“We could determine we have material weaknesses in our internal controls over financial reporting. Any failure to maintain an effective system of disclosure controls and internal controls over financial reporting could impact our ability to produce timely and accurate financial statements, meet our reporting obligations and prevent fraud.”

In general, for a reason Volkswagen wrote off its investments in Gett back in 2018. Gett is an absolute garbage company and the placement of Dave Weisser’s child on the stock market is more like an undisclosed scam.

Gett App Stock Analysis Written by Ilya Pestov

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Gett App Stock Analysis