SAKL provides the easiest opportunity to profit we’ve seen in ages. Here’s the full scoop.
Here’s the big one you’ve been waiting for.
Following my recent massive win streak you might be wondering, “How the hell can he top that?
Well, with my new pick! That’s how.
I did some serious digging and set certain parameters that have never let me or my readers down and I have found the pick to rule all picks.
This stock has excellent technicals and even better fundamentals.
When I tell you this could become the pick to rule all picks it’s for a reason.
Sack Lunch Productions, Inc. (OTCPINK: SAKL)
SAKL is blossoming into something spectacular right before our eyes and I believe that it can provide us with substantial upside over the near term.
This is what guides by bullishness surrounding the play:
Earnings have been just phenomenal over the last few months. Not just in one area of the company’s business, but across the board. In May SAKL reported over $1.79M in revenue for April 2016.
Wall Street didn’t wake up to the implications of that major announcement but I bet it will wake up now. GRNE, one of SAKL’s major subsidiaries, has just announced revenues for three and six months ended June 30, 2016. Revenues were $846K and $1.65M respectively.
The six-month revenue increase was a 13.4% increase over numbers for the same period last year so it is clear that SAKL is doing several things right.
I suspect that SAKL’s performance is going to translate into something big for traders. The numbers some revealing things in this regard.
Take current valuation for instance, at just 0.07, SAKL is trading a whopping 114% below the 12-month high of .07. That’s incredible upside potential.
14-day RSI is 38 which suggest huge bounce opportunities from current levels. Further still, SAKL is trading below the 50 DMA of 0.10. This opens up the door for a cool 42% upside over the near term.
Don’t wait until it’s too late to take full advantage of SAKL, start your research now.
Check out the chart…
Here’s a link to the chart: http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=SAKL
SAKL (Sack Lunch Productions, Inc.) is an entertainment company that operates and franchises action oriented events in the U.S. and internationally.
SAKL’s events include: Slide the City™ (1,000 foot long water slide for families and kids), Color Me Rad™ (5k color race), The Dirty Dash™ (mud and obstacle run), The Lantern Fest™ (nighttime party with lantern lighting and launch) and Trike Riot.
SAKL Inc. was incorporated in 1987 and is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Global Beauty Industry To Reach $265B By 2017
Rising consumer incomes and changing lifestyles drive the global beauty care products industry. Revenue in the industry is forecast to reach an estimated $265B in 2017 with a CAGR of 3.4% over the next five years (2012-2017), highly influenced by increasing demand in Asia Pacific (APAC) and Europe due to increase in GDP and improving living standard. According to Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research company.
The beauty care products industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing beauty products externally applied to enhance the beauty of skin, hair, nails, lips, and eyes. The industry encompasses manufacturers’ segment revenue related to beauty care products. The industry was affected by recession in 2009 but recovered in 2011 as the global economy improved.
As per the study, increased awareness has resulted in higher demand for luxury products, especially cosmetics. Providing quality products at a low cost is a challenge for manufacturers. Skincare, the largest segment, represents good growth prospects during the forecast period.
Increased demand for multi-feature products such as moisturizing cream with sun protection and anti-aging or anti-wrinkle properties are likely to drive market growth. Hair care is the second-largest segment and indicates good future growth potential. The cosmetics segment also has growth potential as demand is increasing for premium cosmetics in the expanding middle class in developing nations.
GRNED Reports Revenues of $1,656M: A 13.4% Improvement Over the Comparable Six Months in 2015
SAKL has just filed its Form 10Q for the period ended June 30, 2016, reporting substantial improvements to revenues, operating income and net income.
Revenues for the three and six months ended June 30, 2016 were $864,747 and $1,656M, respectively, compared to $758,392 and $1,460M for the same periods in 2015; a 14% and 13.4% improvement. Net losses for the three and six months ended June 30, 2016 were $15,078 and $122,817, respectively, compared to $354,725 and $632,524 for the same periods in 2015; a 96% and 81% improvement.
Richard D. Surber, CEO of GRNE, commented, “We saw improvements at nearly all levels of our operations. Each location saw improvements in net income and/or growth in top line revenues over the comparable periods in 2015. Our goal for the remainder of 2016 is to continue hiring stylists to further improve our top line growth. We will continue to improve our controls on inventory management while increasing our training budget to drive retail sales and improve margins. Lastly, we will continue our search for additional locations as part of our expansion plans.”
To learn more about SAKL please visit their website: http://sacklunchproductions.com/
SAKL is already in breakout mode so don’t waste another minute sitting on the fence. Make your move ASAP.
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