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Good morning!

As you know, with my “Bright Ideas 💡” I’m always on the lookout for smaller companies with explosive upside potential 💣.

If you recall, last week I introduced you to a new gold mining stock (which also happens to be one of the best performing IPOs of the year), and the stock rallied over 15% in the days following that.

The last two ideas before that were even more impressive, I think. 

The first was a small pharma stock that shot up as high as 32% from when I first talked to you about it, and the other was an e-sports company that made double-digit gains as well!

This week’s “Bright Idea 💡” is a company with tremendous momentum – it’s up over 50% YTD and over 300% since November.

You are going to be shocked when you read more about this little stock.

For starters, Yahoo Finance is sounding the alarm with “full bullish indicators” on this stock right now, on every single time frame…

And there is little question why.

As you’ll read soon, this company has some of the most incredible revenue growth numbers I have seen in years.

It is no wonder that Wall Street is starting to wake up to the explosive potential of:

Muscle Maker, Inc. (Nasdaq: GRIL)

‘Strategic Pivots’ have paid off — big time

Let me start with a little background. Muscle Maker Grill (GRIL) began as a restaurant in 1995 with a goal to provide healthy alternatives to fast food. It began franchising in 2007, and as of 2017 it had over 50 chains.

Source: Image source by Njsurfrh

The chain operated as a sort of Chipotle or Cava or Zoës Kitchen — but for fitness enthusiasts, dieters, or anyone looking for quality, clean meals.

But 5 years ago, decline set in. By 2019, there were 39 Muscle Maker chains, and by pandemic time in 2021 there were only 32.

It was at that point that GRIL made major moves. Rather than consigning itself to slow decline, in March 2021 it acquired meal prep company SuperFit Foods before buying Hawaiian cuisine chain Pokémoto in May.

Credit: @pokemoto via Instagram

Despite the resulting 154% revenue increase and the success of the Pokémoto chain (in less than a year the company opened six new locations and signed 31 franchise agreements), investors were not inspired. Throughout most of 2022, the stock price tumbled.

After it was seemingly “left for dead,” GRIL almost miraculously recovered in November, and it’s been on a rocket ride 🚀 ever since.

The trigger was almost certainly the announcement on November 18 that GRIL was turning its ambitions global with the forming of a wholly owned subsidiary, Sadot LLC…

‘[A]n emerging player in the global food supply chain sector’

If you check out GRIL’s investor relations website, that’s how the company now describes itself. So how did it go from a humble restaurant business to something so lofty?

And what sent its stock price soaring over 300%?

In brief: vertical integration.

According to the November 18 press release, the purpose of forming Sadot was to “partner with industry experts in international commodity, merchandising and shipping” to become a player in global food supply.

The partner company, Dubai-based consulting firm AGGIA LLC, could gain control of Muscle Maker’s Board of Directors if it helped Sadot generate $9.9 million in net income.

AGGIA demolished that benchmark

Make sure you are sitting down when you read this next part…

In the first three months of its operation, Sadot produced $209 million in revenue for Muscle Maker. Just yesterday, the company announced that the figure is now $515 million. 💰

June marked the eighth consecutive month that the company exceeded $45 million in top-line revenue.

Read that press release for yourself, I had to re-read it a few times to make sure I wasn’t missing anything.


It’s a staggering amount of revenue for a company whose stock trades for just over $1.  

This has been a remarkable transformation for an otherwise floundering company — one that has now joined elite membership with other high-growth companies.

You see, GRIL was added to the Russell Microcap® Index last month, prompting this projection on the Nasdaq billboards:

Analysts see major upside

Now that we know the whence of GRIL, whither?

As of this writing GRIL is trading around $1.35. As noted, that’s over a 50% gain YTD and over 300% since the November low. Is there room to run?

According to an explosive report Zacks Small-Cap Research published in late May, you better believe it (read it for yourself right here).

The bottom line? According to analyst Tom Kerr, “[U]tilizing . . .  conservative estimates combined with other valuation methodologies, we believe GRIL could be worth $5.00 per share.” [emphasis mine]

From its $1.36 trading price, that represents a projected 270% gain for GRIL.

And Zacks isn’t alone. Goldman Small Cap Research also issued a report on GRIL in May that projected $913 million in company revenue for 2023 and earnings per share of $0.30.

If you scroll over to Wall Street Journal, you’ll see the estimates vary, but there isn’t an analyst out there who has a target that isn’t nearly a double from here.  

In fact, the average target price looks to be 172% higher from yesterday’s closing price.

The Goldman report also said that “upside to future forecasts and our target exist via the potential sale of the fast casual segment.”

In other words, it believes GRIL should lean into the global agribusiness industry since it accounted for more than 90% of total company revenue as of its report.

I first came across GRIL while poking around on social media about the CAVA IPO, which, at a 38% gain since it went live last month, has been one of the biggest IPO successes of the year:

I’m with Zacks, Goldman and @MuzzThompson on this one! 

Of course, nothing is certain in the markets, but this is a scrappy company that’s refused to be beaten down. GRIL has made the right pivots that I think will give it a very bright future

The situation with GRIL is rapidly evolving — just like its stock price. Be sure to do research yourself to see if it’s right for your portfolio.

All stocks go up and down, and have their own unique risks. I can spot a good opportunity to look at, but I can never tell you what to do when it comes to your own personal trading, so take ownership and make sure you understand your own risk profile and have a solid game plan if you chose to invest in this, or any stock for that matter.   

And let GRIL be a lesson for us all — never give up!

Always be looking for the next opportunity. That’s precisely what I’m going to do for you, dear reader, right now, so stay tuned!

To Your Success,

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