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Pull up Vocadia Holdings (VHAI) on your platform right now.

We have a very time-sensitive situation on our hands today, so make sure you look at it quickly.

VHAI is a recent IPO that slipped under the radar of most traders. Now, it is sitting at a level that is crazy not to pay attention to.

While VHAI raised millions of dollars at over $4 a share at the IPO, its shares have slipped since then to under $1.

I am not going to put a guess out there on where it “should be,” but I think you can agree that it is an extremely compelling time to take a close look at it right here.

Especially when you see that it is gaining back above the 20-hour level, and it just fired double “GO” signals. ✅✅

This is the perfect setup I am looking for.  

Resuming a trend above the 20-hour line shows me a new support level to play against, and the “GO” signals confirm from the AI scanner that we have a new trend starting.

You never know how quickly something like this will last, so it is important you approach it with a solid game plan and know how you will handle wild moves if they occur.

Stocks like this don’t tend to make nice, easy moves in one direction or another, so you’ll need to keep a close eye on it and trade your plan, if you choose to get involved at all.

With all of the rabid interest in AI stocks right now, I think this recent IPO trading under $1 is a no-brainer idea to get on your radar right now.

We have seen some insane moves from stocks like this, so it makes sense to at least start watching VHAI right now.

While the price chart should be enough, you’ll also love learning about their innovative business.

VHAI says its mission is “to cultivate and employ conversational artificial intelligence (AI) as a tool for enterprises to build cost-effective automation for telephone sales and customer service channels.”

Its primary product is called DISA, which stands for Digital Intelligence Sales Agent

DISA isn’t just an evolved robocall. The AI bots it deploys are “humanized” — meaning both that they are difficult to distinguish from actual humans and that they learn through the conversations they have.

It’s kind of like hiring a “green” salesperson or customer-service rep who might fumble his way through phone calls for a few months but eventually will become adept at answering questions and responding to people. 

The difference is that DISA only needs to be trained once, and can field up to 20,000 calls simultaneously.

DISA can handle both outgoing and incoming calls, so it can be used to qualify sales leads before passing them to live agents, or it can handle customer-service calls without forcing callers to climb through clunky phone trees, for example.

Here is an example of DISA at work scheduling a customer’s oil change. And here is VHAI’s CEO walking through a sales conversation about self storage.

The company has teamed up with Kevin Harrington of Shark Tank fame, who is largely credited with the modern “infomercial.” Here he is announcing the partnership and here he is interviewing VHAI co-founder and CEO Brian Podolak.

Citadel CEO Ken Griffin has noted that generative AI is going to be “transformative” for call centers.

And indeed, that’s precisely what VHAI is aiming to do across a host of industries. 

The company just went public last month, and already it has announced an agreement with one of the Big 3 automobile resellers. Fully 1,800 dealerships are expected to receive VHAI’s AI service module, with 1,000 receiving it in the first year of the agreement.

Brian Podolak said that, “We’re excited to announce the kickoff of this program with one of the top global auto resellers. With this program, we expect revenue and profitability growth for Vocodia under its fixed price per location pricing model. With pilot programs for other auto resellers also in process, Vocodia is well positioned to deliver future growth.”

Spend time right now doing your own due diligence, and of course, always approach your trading in a responsible manner. Trading is very risky, and nothing is ever guaranteed, so never trade with more than you can afford to lose, and always have a well-thought-out game plan that takes your personal risk tolerance into consideration.

Bottom line:  With VHAI trading at a significant discount to where the IPO price was recently set, I think this is a very exciting opportunity to watch in the budding AI sector right now.  The company has a compelling product for the market, and just announced a major new client.  If investors discover this opportunity, the sky’s the limit for them.

To Your Success,

Jeff Bishop

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