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Katapult Holdings, Inc. (KPLT)

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1.4100+0.0800 (+6.02%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
1.3500 -0.06 (-4.26%)
After hours: 07:56PM EDT
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  • m
    mittens
    We are at $1.37 - our market cap is still only 112M. seriously? We should be at $4 to even be trading at 1x earnings
  • T
    Tony
    thank God this is going up I got about 90,000 shares
  • V
    Veselina
    Wow! Four new merchants added today! Looks like things are speeding up!
  • D
    DeJay
    Sentiment has been low and getting lower for the last year. When it does turn around, and it hasn't happened yet, people are going to be asking themselves why they weren't buying when it was trading for close to net cash. Most of the negative customers reviews are folks who are unhappy with timing of delivery, which KPLT can't control due to supply chain issues etc. etc. as we all know. The cost of adding customers is next to nothing, and they don't have any expensive inventory to hold. This could be a monster if management performs
  • B
    Bach
    It’s finally looking like shorts are about to get CRUSHED.
  • m
    mittens
    $10 in 2023
  • D
    D Value Holdings
    KPLT is certainly flying under the radar as a disruptive company. KPLT is absolutely disrupting longtime leading companies like Rent-A-Center and essentially making their business model obsolete. Just like Amazon, Uber, AirBnB, and others, Katapult can take over the industry without the inventory of the products themselves. Endless opportunities! I would not be surprised to see KPLT eventually back in double digits! Let’s GO!
  • A
    Ashi
    great day :) finally. lets hope for continuation.
  • S
    Sue
    Nice green candles at close like yesterday. Last 7 out of 8 candles were green
  • l
    little
    We are still down 89% from all time highs. This is trading like a value stock at this price
  • 9
    99problems
    Squeeze!!! 20.65 days to cover
  • V
    Veselina
    Volume is dead. Good luck covering! 😂
  • r
    raybans
    Katapult is being very responsible in terms of their growth. Jewelry is a lease to own category but they are not pushing into it as it's more risky than focus on basic needs like tires, beds, basic transportation like electric wheelchairs or bikes. I look at their books and they are doing a great job weighing growth with profits to be close to break even going forward and maintaining liquidity in these challenging times.
  • B
    Bach
    I really hope we break past $1.40 today.
  • E
    Easy
    Revolut put KPLT to sell only.. :-(
  • m
    mittens
    New job posted for PARTNER DEVELOPMENT MGR to aid partnerships team. Primary Job Duties:
    Develop strategies and identify channels to target for partnership
    Identify eCommerce agencies and eCommerce tech companies that compliment Katapult’s business
    Hunting for new reseller partnerships through outbound prospecting and inbound qualification
    Build rapport with potential partners and encourage them to join the Katapult partner program
    Nurture the sales pipeline with partners to sign new merchants and develop ways to encourage deeper partnership
    You will provide monthly, quarterly, and yearly pipeline reporting and forecasts
    Manage/oversee the onboarding of new partners, including training and go to market strategy
    Own and drive an outbound referral process and work with the sales team to identify opportunities for co-selling with partners
    Collaborate with marketing for partner co-marketing initiatives
  • a
    alex
    when you get the fractional to 4 or 5 decimal places, is that the machines taking over and forcing the price?
  • S
    Sue
    New Katapult Pay one time use virtual debit cards now available for purchases
  • V
    Veselina
    New merchant today :)
  • r
    raybans
    Markets are punishing anything speculative that isn't low risk but also low reward. I bought Expedia, Zillow, eBay and Chinese tech early on. I bought Covid stocks at the beginning of the pandemic. I'm fine with accumulating and holding stocks that are down 90% or more but have enough cash and credit to last 4+ years. Important that these buys have their own niche like how Katapult is the e-commerce leader for LTO and has mostly millennials