MIAMI – Gaucho Group Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:VINO), a conglomerate with interests in e-commerce, fine wines, luxury real estate, and leather goods, announced today its strategy to combat what it perceives as market malpractices that have negatively impacted its stock price. The company is taking measures to address these issues, including the planned liquidation of significant real estate assets.
According to Gaucho Holdings, certain market participants have intentionally driven down the share price to facilitate a potential takeover or to cover naked short positions. CEO Scott Mathis commented on the discrepancy between the company’s asset liquidation value and its current market valuation, which he claims is roughly 10% of the liquidation value due to manipulative tactics.
In response to these challenges, Gaucho Holdings has engaged Mark R. Basile, Esq. and The Basile Law Firm P.C. to investigate the alleged illegal naked short selling of its common shares.
The company also outlined its 2024 goals, which include the liquidation of Algodon Mansion and two other non-essential properties in Argentina. This strategy is expected to generate approximately USD 10 to 11 million. The proceeds are intended to support dilutive cash growth and could potentially fund shareholder dividends or a share buyback program.
Gaucho Holdings has been operating for over a decade, focusing on Argentina’s luxury real estate and consumer markets. The company aims to leverage global e-commerce growth in luxury goods and experiences, with brands such as Algodon Fine Wines and Gaucho – Buenos Aires™.
The information in this article is based on a press release statement from Gaucho Group Holdings, Inc.
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