1.Note that Waste Management did NOT put out an announcement.
2.Note that the Dr. has heavily promoted mostly situations that have washed out the small investor...big, if not total losses.
3.Website does not offer financials. It appears to be constructed for a small child.
4.Total revenues from 7 rolled up entities is just over $1M. How many "businesses" can exist on an avg of $150K REVENUES, without paying an owner, employees, transportation, etc. A yogurt store with 2 employees can do more in revenues than this company.
NONE of these point to an above board company. Be very wary.
Add to these, the price has now dropped 75%, and management nepotism has helped to destroy the company. The flagship site doesn't pay rent, and will soon be shut down. Even #$%$ Fuld skipped out. Have they ever indicated how each of their plants are doing? Have they indicated if they are gaining traction in any segment? They make a claim of account gains, yet their $volume isn't moving….wouldn't that mean that they are also losing accounts at the same rate? Assume everything you have heard is bogus. You are betting on a new manager telling you the truth. Until that happens, and he shows some business acumen (don't know how an IT guy is the one to do it) anyone in this really has an investing death wish. Next 6 months, you'll be under $.05….if they are still in business. IMHO. GLTA..It is a noble idea, nevertheless.
Conference call scheduled for Monday, August 19 at 4:30 p.m. ET
Green Chemistry innovator GlyEco, Inc. (OTCQB:GLYE) ("GlyEco" or the "Company") announced its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2013.
Second Quarter 2013 Financial Summary - Q2 2013 over Q2 2012
-- Net sales increased 719% to $1.4 million, up from $173,117
-- Gross profit increased 1,210% to $475,609, up from $36,301
-- Gross profit margin increased to 34%, up from 21%
-- Net loss decreased 61% to $199,435, down from a loss of $506,911
-- Net loss per share decreased 50% to $0.01 per share, down from a loss of $0.02 per share
-- Shareholders' equity increased 54% to $5.3 million, up from $3.4 million
"Our impressive financial results for the second quarter reflect the successful integration of the acquisitions we completed in late 2012," stated John Lorenz, chairman and CEO of GlyEco. "While we are very pleased with results to date, we're still in the early stage of setting the foundation for even better performance. Accomplishments since the close of the second quarter position GlyEco for solid revenue acceleration in the quarters ahead. In the past several weeks, we've completed our initial GlyEco Technology(TM) upgrades at our New Jersey facility, and we can now produce commercial quantities of Type 1, or refinery grade, glycol. We've also secured a supply agreement with industry giant Waste Management, are near completion on two additional acquisitions and continue to make progress on our overall Phase 1 upgrade plan."
Mr. Lorenz continued, "I want to thank our various stakeholders for their continued support. Together we can make a major impact in the waste industry while creating immense shareholder value. As our efforts gain further traction, we continue to follow through on plans to expand our footprint domestically while exploring strategic partnerships internationally. I look forward to sharing more details of our recent de
"Revenue" gains are rolled up small entities. NOT ORGANIC SALES IMPROVEMENTS. Waste Mgt contribution is questionable in light of the need for a "consultant" sales rainmaker. Stock will be anchored at $1 due to 3million new shares at $1. If they show a strategy that has the beginnings of a sliver of working, then it would be worth a look. Until now, it is a penney stock speculation.