Jig-Saw has been one of the outstanding stocks in Japan in terms of share price increase in the last year. The puzzle behind this “cutting-edge” IT company, however, is how it’s managed to persuade so many with so little. The company’s strategy has been deliberately vague but peppered with buzzwords. The firm claims to be involved in every exciting hi-tech space (such as Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain) but shows no concrete sign of any activity. And, how could it with a non-existent capex, R&D budget, suspiciously low wages, and more money allocated to its office moves than development?
Now, it seems that insiders have started to sell off the stock increasingly quickly. What do they know that ordinary shareholders do not? Read our full report for more.
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