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Glucose Health, Inc. (GLUC)

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  • M
    Matty B
    A corporate update would be great… it’s been almost 4 months since the last one
    Neutral
  • S
    Sweet
    something wrong with this company as its stock keeps out of stock for both Amazon and Walmart.. no wonder there was no sales
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    NEW ARTICLE : Glucose Health Presents A Unique Investment Opportunity In The Growing Global Diabetes Epidemic stck.pro/news/GLUC/31484275
  • I
    Its Parker
    No worries. As a Celsius and GLUC investor these ups and downs are just part of the process. Great team, great management, sales improving every quarter compared to a year prior sales. Fluctuations and sometimes large ones will happen, but those that keep the faith and their shares will be ok. No negative news, no reason to worry.
    Bullish
  • S
    Scott A
    I think I've been pretty honest about when I think GLUC share price is undervalued or overvalued. I'm not one of those that say GLUC is going to $20 tomorrow. In my last post I stated outright that I was holding and wouldn't buy at the $8 level but I certainly wasn't going to sell either. Why? Yes, it is obvious the market cap is beyond what it's sales can justify. If you are a day trader you see red flags. I'm not a day trader, I'm an investor that, like CELH, believes in this company long term. As an investor I must take the following into consideration...

    1) the phenomenal growth GLUC is experiencing is hard to find. That justifies giving the stock a premium price. Sales will quickly catch up with market cap.

    2) inventory issues have been addressed. The most recent issue was an Amazon policy issue not GLUC's inability to keep up with demand. This issue has been addressed through Amazon, direct sales, and additional sellers such as walmart. The product is always accessible to those that want it.

    3) new product coming on line will dramatically increase sales. The enhanced water category alone is expected to grow to $18 billion by 2025. Yes that's a "b" for billion! Still worried about the paltry market cap?

    4) the product is still unknown. 100 million Americans (that's just U.S.) are diabetic/pre-diabetic and GLUC is uniquely positioned to tap into this market.

    5) and finally, I'd get out of the way of this train when earnings are reported next week. 91% sales increases last quarter despite being out of inventory for 2/3's of that time? We haven't had a true earnings report reflective of sales for 1/2 a year. I'd hate to be on the tracks or watching this train go by. FOMO. Low float - low volume, good luck getting on board.

    I could go on and on. This message board has become quite entertaining recently even though I have a few people muted. Anyone can say I told you so on any given day, let's see what happens long term. I'm a veteran, I know I won't win every battle but I'm absolutely confident of winning the war.
    Bullish
  • A
    Anonymous
    I received 3 Cans of Peach and it tasted great yesterday. So I added 2000 more at 5.3 average. Now I owned about 10000 shares with average price 4.2 and see what happens. One thing for sure, once it is on both Walmart and Amazon, it has plenty of traffics for growing.
  • T
    The Millionaire
    I am no longer a shareholder but was in the past and keep an eye on this company. Sifting through the press releases it appears Jan 2021 revenue is about $40k. Revenue back in June, July of 2020 was also about $40k. A little disappointed to not see more growth. Still only a half million in projected annual revenue. I know they have supply issues and selling their product direct now.
  • A
    Anonymous
    I emailed Glucose Health to clear it up. According to them:

    "Amazon is referring to our new double-packs being available for delivery in April (customers can pre-order). We did sell out of all flavors of GLUCODOWN (singles) this last weekend, but previously send a very large shipment (pallet) to Amazon on January 2 and more since. These units should be available for purchase by the end of next week."
  • S
    Scott A
    The next 3 - 6 months are going to be exciting...

    - October numbers with full month of sales with the help of additional inventory from the record 31,500 lbs/50,000 container production run.
    - Two new commercial advertising campaigns with better inventory preparation so we don't run out of product this time. These commercials are much better quality and should have an even bigger impact on demand.
    - Enhanced water drink mix in full production/distribution contributing to sales and eventually bolstering most of future sales growth.
    - Additional 500 Walmart roll-out going from 1500 to 2000 stores. Small expansion compared to what is to come.

    We are about to find out what the potential could have been for Aug - Sep, plus some, now that the company is better prepared for the overwhelming demand for their product. Previous 1000%+ monthly sales increases are going to look small compared to what's in our very near future. Exciting indeed, I hope you've all filled your positions, the stock will never be this cheap again.
  • S
    Scott A
    From a pure valuation perspective I probably wouldn't touch this stock at these levels, but knowing the full history (and that of CELH), experienced people involved, enormous untapped market for their product, and the potential catalysts that will drive the share price far beyond where it is now, I won't part with a single share despite the recent surge.

    Consider these factors...

    1) every person on the board of directors has a proven track record of success, is highly experienced, and has the contacts necessary for quick expansion.

    2) overwhelming market base and growing. This product isn't a luxury item like an energy drink (yes I own CELH stock), it is more of a necessity for people having difficulty controlling their blood sugar levels. Once discovered by the general public this will be bigger than CELH.

    3) last quarter saw 90%+ YOY quarterly growth with no product to sell for 2/3 of that period. With full inventory, new product coming online, and expanded retail opportunities the coming quarters will begin to reveal the true growth potential and it will be phenomenal.

    4) institutions haven't even started covering or buying this stock yet. The real profit is made when they start filling their positions and recommending the stock.

    5) this will be listed on a major exchange making the stock more visible and available to a lot more investors.

    6) once established, this is a prime takeover target.

    7) low float will make it difficult, and expensive, to get in when this company is discovered. People that are currently having that feeling of missing out are justified in feeling so.

    Market cap may seem high now but the massive growth, and other catalysts listed above, will help this company grow into is market cap very quickly. GLUC is your second chance if you missed out on CELH. If you were lucky enough to get in on CELH then this is your rare opportunity for lightning to strike twice.

    I will say it again, this company is in the infant stage and is just getting started. I am not selling my shares at any price and I think many early investors are of the same sentiment.
    Bullish
  • A
    Anonymous
    wow.. there are no any stocks for Glucodown in Amazon till April 4th... how can they generate sales without inventory till April 4th? that is three months away...
  • a
    al
    Still holding 75k shares averaging 30c. This is a rare gem. My PT for this is 10-20 depending on who buys it out and what plans they have for the future. 6 months back I had said 5$ Eoy . Glad to be a long!
    Bullish
  • T
    The Millionaire
    As someone who blew it with CELH bought at $6 and sold at $14. I am not going to take profit on this one. Why sell a stock that is just getting started. Their flavored water will take off. We will get to $10 in the next 3 months and be $15-$20 by end of 2021 is my prediction. A private placement is the only thing could derail us over a short term period.
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    Phillip
    Does anyone know the ground truth about why this company continues to be plagued with inventory shortfalls?
  • r
    rob
    I luv the $GLUC product. I bought the peach ice tea at Walmart. Like $CELH this will take off. Price consolidation right now so get in before next leg up.
    Bullish
  • a
    al
    Excellent earnings and share reduction!!! Time to move up and fast.
    Bullish
  • D
    Don
    Total share outstanding is 11,627,949 and first 9 month revenue is only $361,256. We are talking about PS over 130+ given a reasonable Q4 revenue number. It seems to be way overpriced. Can somebody explain why the current price makes sense?
  • A
    Anonymous
    bought 3800 shares at $3.05 and see what happens..it is always good once the product gets into Walmart and Amazon. It is huge market not only in U.S, but also in China with 300 millions who has sugar problem.
  • I
    Its Parker
    Reaping the same benefits here as in Celsius. CELH and GLUC are both good investments. GLUC I would say because of the current share price compared to Celsius would give the better return because more shares can be bought at a discount compared to Celsius share price. But overall, both are good investments.
    Bullish
  • I
    Its Parker
    Saw the news that John Field had joined the board of Glucose Health on the Celsius news feed. Did a little research on this company and immediately opened a position. Long term investment.
    Bullish
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