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Goldman Small Cap Research Issues Research Update on Global Payout, Inc.

BALTIMORE, February 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Goldman Small Cap Research, a stock market research firm focused on the small cap and micro cap sectors, has released a new research update on Global Payout, Inc. (OTCPK - GOHE), a B2B purveyor of electronic payment solutions such as prepaid debit cards and e-wallet solutions tailored to support businesses and organizations of all sizes. 

Global Payout's proprietary Consolidated Payment Platform (CPG) and prepaid debit card solutions uniquely serve an estimated $3 trillion market with an easier to use and a lower cost platform providing competitive and comparative advantages. The company's payment solutions allow issuers to distribute funds, and account holders with or without bank accounts to access and use funds; on a worldwide basis, for payroll purposes, vendor payments; rebates and general spend prepaid programs. Plus, these electronic payment platforms can funds to bank accounts, credit cards and debit cards worldwide.

In the Goldman Opportunity Research update on the Company, analyst Rob Goldman outlines his investment thesis.    

"Since our September 2013 report, Global Payout, Inc. has been one of the best performing stocks in the OTC market, rising 420% from $0.05 to a close of $0.26 yesterday, on consistently solid trading volume.  Driven by broad adoption of its proprietary Consolidated Payment Platform (CPG), Global Payout's team has been on fire, securing multiple sizable and strategic international deals, with more to come. Carrying higher margins and with little to no head-to-head competition, the international market should bear considerable fruit in 2014. These contracts are with firms in Europe and Asia and represent financial trading, banking, and network marketing organizations, among others."

"The Global Payout model leverages its low-cost infrastructure plus the upfront cash and recurring revenue model, and future revenue generated via deeper customer penetration. With all of the activity already secured this quarter, we deem it likely that GOHE will record its first major operating profits in the first half of 2014, driving further interest in these shares".

This press release contains excerpts from out most recently published update on Global Payout which was prepared for informational purposes only. To view all of our sponsored Global Payout, Inc. reports, updates, articles, disclosures and disclaimers, or to download the update in its entirety, please visit http://www.goldmanresearch.com.

About Goldman Small Cap Research: Led by former Piper Jaffray analyst and mutual fund manager Rob Goldman, Goldman Small Cap Research produces sponsored and non-sponsored small cap and micro cap stock research reports, articles, daily stock market blogs, and popular investment newsletters.  Goldman Small Cap Research is not in any way affiliated with Goldman Sachs & Co.

A Goldman Small Cap Research report, update, newsletter, or article is not intended as an offering, recommendation, or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell the securities mentioned or discussed.  Please read all associated full disclosures, disclaimers, and analyst background on our website before investing. Neither Goldman Small Cap Research nor its parent is a registered investment adviser or broker-dealer with FINRA or any other agency. To download our research, view our disclosures, or for more information, visit http://www.goldmanresearch.com.

About Global Payout, Inc. (OTCPK - GOHE): Global Payout, Inc., headquartered in San Diego, California, is a B2B purveyor of electronic payment solutions such as prepaid debit cards and e-wallet solutions specifically suited to businesses and organizations of all sizes.  Global Payout's proprietary Consolidated Payment Platform (CPG) and prepaid debit card solutions (which include MasterCard, Visa, Discover), as well as other customizable payment solutions, uniquely serves an estimated $3 trillion market with an easier to use and a lower cost platform providing competitive and comparative advantages. The company's payment solutions, and U.S. and international prepaid card offerings allow issuers to distribute funds, and account holders with or without bank accounts to access and use funds; on a worldwide basis, for payroll purposes, vendor payments; rebates and general spend prepaid programs. Additionally, Global Payout is capable of including in these electronic payment platforms the ability to transfer money to bank accounts, credit cards and debit cards worldwide.

For more information visit: http://www.globalpayout.com.

Goldman Small Cap Research
Rob Goldman, Analyst
+1-410-609-7100
[email protected]


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