Good Day Traders,
If you love high reward potential then you’re going to love TAYO!
TAYO, or Taylor Consulting, Inc., is our penny stock mid-week special that could literally send you to
Cloud 9 with a first class ticket!
The Company acquires, and operates real estate properties in the United States. It operates through
two segments, Real Estate Investing and Real Estate Brokerage Services.
The company operates a self-storage facility in Merkel, Texas; and holds properties for resale located
in Nolan and Taylor Counties, Texas. It also operates as a real estate broker. The company was founded
in 2012 and is based in Houston, Texas.
Currently trading at just under a penny, TAYO looks like it could offer those gains that seem beyond our
TAYO's technical setup resembles those that we’ve seen hit triple-digit /quadruple-digit gains. While that
alone doesn’t guarantee anything, we will guarantee that this thing has a great chance of going up with
momentum based on it’s exact current setup.
TAYO has a thin Level-II Box with a tight spread for such a type of play. Not to mention the share structure
and low amount of shares in the float.
Plays like these are what the OTC sharks are constantly hunting for and we are sharing it with our loyal
The valuation measures for TAYO also seem very assuring. A lot of that data is derived from multiple
sources and/or calculated by Yahoo! Finance.
Fueled by oil prices of more than $60 per barrel, the Texas economy accelerated its pace of job creation
in April 2018. The state gained 332,300 nonagricultural jobs from April 2017 to April 2018, an annual
growth rate of 2.7 percent, higher than the nation's employment growth rate of 1.6 percent.
The nongovernment sector added 327,500 jobs, an annual growth rate of 3.2 percent, also higher than
the nation's employment growth rate of 1.8 percent in the private sector. The steady growth in the economy
and plenty of other financial indicators, starting with the price per share has us convinced TAYO has an
edge for today’s trading session.
The more we keep looking at this, the more it appears as an absolute no brainer in terms of being a high
Supply-side obstacles continued to challenge the Texas housing market as homebuilders, faced with rising
input and labor costs, were unable to keep pace with the state's economic and population growth. Waning
housing affordability pushed homebuyers into the resale market where prices are generally cheaper than
newly constructed equivalents.
Rising demand for previously owned homes exacerbated the market's severe shortage, particularly for
homes priced under $300,000. Builders in Austin, Dallas, and Fort Worth have responded positively by
increasing the rate of lot development, permit issuance, and housing starts. The challenge remains not
only for developers to sustain this acceleration but to do so at the lower end of the market.
Total housing demand remained strong as activity shifted from the newhome to the resale market. The
average days on market (DOM) hovered around 59 days in Texas, extending a three-year trend. Demand
converged in most of the major metros towards the state average.
North Texas remained the exception, where homes averaged just 43 and 40 DOM in Dallas and Fort Worth,
respectively. Statewide, homes priced between $200,000 and $300,000 sold rapidly, averaging 53 days on
the market, while homes priced below $200,000 averaged 60 days.
Texas' rising homeownership rate evinced the state's economic recovery and growth since the oil downturn.
In the first quarter, Texas homeownership bumped up to 62.6 percent after bottoming out at 61 percent in 3Q16.
This marked the fourth consecutive quarterly increase and suggests a solid upward trend. Decreased housing
affordability, however, weighed on homeownership in the major metros. Dallas and San Antonio dropped below
the state level at 62.3 and 61.2 percent, respectively. Austin and Houston remained significantly lower with
homeownership rates around 55 and 58 percent.
TAYO - Taylor Consulting, Inc.
Taylor Consulting, Inc. invests in, acquires, and operates real estate properties in the United States. It operates
through two segments, Real Estate Investing and Real Estate Brokerage Services. The company operates a
self-storage facility in Merkel, Texas; and holds properties for resale located in Nolan and Taylor Counties, Texas.
It also operates as a real estate broker. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Houston, Texas.
TAYO has the technical setup that mirrors the epic winners we’ve all had the privilege of witnessing in the recent past.
TAYO is in a growing lucrative industry that doesn’t appear to have any signs of declining but does have plenty of signs
Many of TAYO's key statistics show promising information that leads aggressive analysts to believe that pure momentum
could send this baby into orbit!
You have our take on it, so go ahead and form your own thoughts.
Start by doing your own due diligence. Then remember to always trade with caution. The OTC markets can be quick and
volatile. That’s why you should never risk any money that you can’t afford to lose and ALWAYS book a profit when you can.
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