[VIDEO] Food Technology Service (VIFL) Valuation

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Hi, Jae here.

Don’t mean to intrude on Dan’s post but wanted to include an introduction.

Food Technology Services (VIFL) is a company that I also looked into a couple of years ago. I didn’t write anything on it, but valueuncovered.com did a good job of writing about the business.

In hindsight, the valuation was off, but the idea and logic was there.

Watch and listen to the new video created by Daniel Myers of Azazel Capital and his explanation of the business and valuation and what he thinks of it as an investment.

Next time, I hope to take some notes and post it along with the video for you to follow along easier. There has been good feedback for a few of you so thanks for commenting.

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4 responses to “[VIDEO] Food Technology Service (VIFL) Valuation”

  1. Richard Gordon says:

    Hi Dan,

    Once again, really enjoyed your video on Food Technology Service. You have a real talent for making the numbers come alive and making the video’s interesting. The company looks interesting but to be honest I probably wouldn’t invest in it since it is too small. I like a bit more meat on my company’s bones but I will keep an eye on it for the future. However, I learn something new each time I listen to your presentations. Keep up the good work. Kudos!

  2. Gammastyle says:

    I appreciate the kind words. You have a good point about having some meat on the company. That was one reason, I’m limiting the size of my position. I think small companies have to be either small positions that are liquid ot big enough you have some sort of control of the company. The middle ground can cause problems.

  3. Richard Gordon says:

    You know I was thinking that if the company has good growth prospects for the future it might not be a bad idea to pick up one or two thousand shares. What are management’s goals for the future?

  4. Gammastyle says:

    Management seems to be content. However, with his new private equity company coming in, I think there will be a push to grow this much more rapidly. Since the investment by PE, they have bought a lot more cobalt and started the upgrades of the facility. I think they needed a cattle prod.

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