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Move Inc. on investors’ radar operator's prospects a topic of discussion

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Take a deep real estate technology dive, Aug 7, 2017 operator Move Inc. has been put forward as a "long shot" investment by RealMoney contributor Sham Gad, who likes the new management team installed last year and "pristine" balance sheet.At around $2 a share, Gad thinks investors get a "significantly stronger business for a fraction of the price" than when Move was trading at $7 in 2007.Move has become more efficient in a "difficult operating environment," Gad says, and its management team is taking's position as the most visited real estate site on the Internet and "scaling it to turn the company into a vital source for all real estate" information.In a disclaimer, the Long Shot column is described as presenting companies that are "lottery ticket" investments, appropriate for "only the most risk-tolerant investors, as the potential for 100 percent loss is high."Move operates under a 14-year-old agreement with the National Associati...