Rights for CityGuru Shareholders?

Drew Morrison-CityGuru Investors may feel as abused stepchildren, but as Shareholders, they have very special rights; rights both parties are either unaware or have chosen to ignore.

Examining these rights as they apply to CityGuru Shareholders will provide an unexpected turn in your investor Due Diligence. While CityGuru Shareholders share rights basic to all shareholders, in […]

By |May 22nd, 2015|Uncategorized|1 Comment

Drew Morrison In The News

Safety for your investment in Drew Morrison-CityGuru greatly depends upon the information you have before you. That information should be relevant meaning it should be current, accurate and complete.

This often means having to wade through a lot of hype and sales pitch that does not always (and usually doesn’t) contain the three criteria for information […]

By |May 15th, 2015|Uncategorized|3 Comments

Drew Morrison-CityGuru: Six Risks

Understanding six unique risks to investing in Drew Morrison-CityGuru will jump start your Due Diligence as a CityGuru investor.

It is only human nature to forget the Investor’s Mantra: “If you can’t afford to lose it; then don’t risk it” when you are being assured of low risk, high return, quick turnaround opportunity. Even with the […]

By |May 7th, 2015|Uncategorized|2 Comments

Drew Morrison-CityGuru Asking for More Funding?

Investors new to CityGuru can expect Drew Morrison, Founder, to ask for additional funding. This is par for the course in investing in CityGuru-Drew Morrison; we have all been there.

As if you’re not already excited about the investment, the story and promises of reward will only get better such that it may even seem like […]

By |May 2nd, 2015|Uncategorized|4 Comments

Drew Morrison–“Good Cop” or BS’er?

Is CityGuru founder, Drew Morrison, using a mysterious “Board” to play Good Cop/Bad Cop with Investors? When faced with a potentially sticky decision—such as an investor’s request for his/her money—Drew Morrison has deferred to “his Board”. More than one CityGuru Investor has been delayed waiting for the verdict from the “Board” which is invariably: “No […]

By |April 29th, 2015|Uncategorized|6 Comments

CityGuru-Drew Morrison VS. Your Bank

Can your bank outperform CityGuru-Drew Morrison in a five year period?

One investor recalls Drew Morrison’s pitch in 2010 how mutual funds were fast eroding along with the economy. According to Morrison, money invested in mutual funds and languishing in an IRA account could be put to better use if invested in an entrepreneurial pursuit where […]

By |April 24th, 2015|Uncategorized|2 Comments

Who Are Your CityGuru “Advisors”?

Founder Drew Morrison knows his CityGuru venture is a very high risk and speculative investment. This is why he turns to “Advisors”.  As an investor risking your savings in this venture who are you turning to as Advisors?

In the case of the CITYGURU Investor, two key players you should have on your team are: an […]

By |April 21st, 2015|Uncategorized|5 Comments

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Due Diligence will enable you to perform a SWOT analysis for examining the Good, The Bad and the Ugly of your CityGuru Investment.

Before describing what a SWOT analysis is, it should be noted that sometimes other investors’ due diligence will lead you towards information important to evaluating your investment opportunity. Look for their research results, […]

By |April 15th, 2015|Uncategorized|6 Comments

Drew Morrison-CityGuru: Everything You Wanted to Know

The CITYGURU INVESTOR Blog is an unexpected FIND for any investor who is conducting his/her Due Diligence on CityGuru, Inc. and founder, Drew Morrison in anticipation of investing in the venture.
The real significance is that The CITYGURU INVESTOR was created by Investors–for Investors and Shareholders. The Blog already sports several posts that attributed to, or […]

Your Biggest Risk: Finding the Exit

Imagine being trapped inside a burning house with no idea where the exit is. The same sobering realization occurs to investors who suddenly find themselves in an investment gone bad or when Life circumstances require they get out quickly. If there is no exit; there is no escape.

An “Exit” to an investor is that day […]

By |April 8th, 2015|Uncategorized|2 Comments