Investor Opportunity Alert: Why ARCI Could Be the Stock of the Year

Investor Opportunity Alert: Why ARCI Could Be the Stock of the Year

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ARCI is a NASDAQ-listed, successful company with over $40 Million in revenues. With $13 Million in gross profit and a solid balance sheet, we think ARCI could easily be a blockbuster stock for 2018.

Most touted public companies nowadays are penny stocks listed on the pink sheets with little to no revenues. It is not often that we find Nasdaq-listed companies with $40 Million+ in revenues with huge upside potential. The gem we found could be on the verge of a breakout and could lead to big gains. The company is Appliance Recycling Centers of America (NASDAQ: ARCI).

Appliance Recycling Centers of America (NASDAQ: ARCI), our featured company, is a value company we believe is undervalued and could see big stock appreciation.

In ARCI’s most recent year-end report, sales were over $41 Million, up from the previous year. For a stock trading below $1, this is HUGE! This type of growth leads to an increase in stock value over time. If you’re looking to get in on the ground floor of a hyper-growth stock opportunity, we STRONGLY recommend you keep a close eye on ARCI!

ARCI stock trades for much less than its true value. This mismatch between price and value can indicate potential opportunity for investors to buy at a low price and reap the benefits if the price rises to match the value.

In addition to $40 Million in revenues, ARCI has $15 million in shareholders’ equity, and, according to Yahoo Finance, is trading for only $4.5 million in market cap. Think about it. $15 million in shareholders’ equity with a market capitalization of less than $5 Million. That is one of the big reasons we think ARCI is WAY undervalued.

Who is ARCI and What Do They Do?

ARCI is a publicly-traded NASDAQ company founded over 40 years ago. ARCI provides turnkey appliance recycling and replacement services for utilities and other sponsors of energy efficiency programs through two of their subsidiaries: ARCA Recycling, Inc. and ARCA Canada, Inc. They are also engaged in the emerging IoT industry through their subsidiary GeoTraq who makes cellular-ID modules. Click here to read more about the IoT and GeoTraq.

ARCI began operating in 1976 and went public in 1991. They are listed on NASDAQ and have contracts to recycle, or to replace and recycle, appliances for roughly 180 utilities across North America. They operate seventeen recycling centers in the U.S. and Canada.

ARCI’s years of experience coupled with a strong business model and the prestige of trading on NASDAQ gives them a stability you won’t find in most penny stocks.

Stellar Numbers as Reported by ARCI Could Turn Hidden Gem into GOLD

ARCI recently released their annual fiscal 2017 financials, and the numbers are strong:

• Revenues of over $41 Million
• Gross profit of $13,145
• Net income from continuing operations of $5.9 Million
• Net cash flow from operating activities of $1.2 Million

These types of numbers are usually not seen in penny stocks who offer big promises with no performance behind them. ARCI may be a sub $1 stock, but it trades on NASDAQ where some of the biggest companies in the world, such as Apple and Google, trade. ARCI also has forty years of performance to back it up. This is why we think ARCI is the real deal and is poised for tremendous growth in its stock price.

In a recently issued press release, ARCI’s CFO Virland Johnson stated, “Fiscal 2017 was a year of many accomplishments for ARCA. We sold the Compton facility for a gain of $5,163,000, we sold our 50% interest in AAP for a gain of $81,000, and we exited the ApplianceSmart business for a loss on sale and operations of $5,775,000 net of tax. Revenues were up 2.7% versus the prior period. Our gross profit margin increased to 31.6% versus 30.5% for the prior period. Operating expenses were up primarily due to our new GeoTraq subsidiary and the amortization expense associated with the intangibles acquired of $1,397,000. Cash on hand increased $2,345,000 and debt decreased by $9,375,000. We believe the company is now poised for further growth in both of its key businesses. We are excited about our prospects with GeoTraq and expected continued growth and profitability with ARCA Recycling!”

What this means for YOU

We only recommend what we think are the best of the best companies. We’ve performed extensive research on ARCI and strongly believe this could be a big winner for your portfolio. ARCI has not only the right story behind it, but stellar performance that proves that management is doing the right thing.

ARCI’s meaty business model produces income from a variety of sources. They work with utility companies and other energy efficiency organizations to collect, recycle, and replace old, energy-wasting appliances.

This means their revenue comes from the front and back ends of their business model. They collect income from contracts with utilities and from the byproducts of their recycling services.

Due to federal and state legislation, appliances with harmful substances have to be disposed of safely. ARCA is one of few recycling centers to use U.S. EPA RAD-approved methods. This gives them an edge in the recycling industry and adds value for investors looking to put their money in green companies.

The Future for ARCI looks BRIGHT

ARCI’s future looks promising. Its earnings are up and costs are down. ARCI has a smart business plan and strong leadership AND by going green way ahead of the rest of the industry, ARCI is attractive to investors planning for the future. For these reasons, we believe ARCI stock is set to soar.

All signs are pointing to yet ANOTHER strong year. Those holding ARCI now could be heavily rewarded, but it’s not too late for those who have yet to invest. We believe ARCI is priced right for massive returns. As one of the few NASDAQ stocks to trade under a dollar, ARCI has some SERIOUS potential.

What Investors Need to Know

If you’re looking to invest in the next big stock, one with big potential for enormous growth and exponential returns, you should seriously consider adding ARCI to your portfolio.

We think ARCI is the stock to BUY in 2018. ARCI reminds us of Berkshire Hathaway in the 1960’s, or some of those other successful companies that had early signs of massive growth, just like ARCI.

If you’re looking for a truly undervalued stock with SERIOUS growth potential, take a hard look at ARCI.

5 REASONS ARCA’S STOCK IS THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY FOR VALUE INVESTORS:

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PRICE. ARCA IS A SIGNIFICANTLY UNDERVALUED COMPANY. TRADING ON NASDAQ FOR LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR, THE COMPANY’S WORTH FAR EXCEEDS ITS STOCK PRICE.

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PRICE.
ARCA IS A SIGNIFICANTLY UNDERVALUED COMPANY. TRADING ON NASDAQ FOR LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR, THE COMPANY’S WORTH FAR EXCEEDS ITS STOCK PRICE.

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EARNINGS ARE RISING. THE STOCK PRICE DOESN’T YET REFLECT THE GROWTH IN PROFIT.

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EARNINGS ARE RISING. THE STOCK PRICE DOESN’T YET REFLECT THE GROWTH IN PROFIT.

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MORE GROWTH APPEARS TO BE ON THE WAY.  WITH THE ACQUISITION OF GEOTRAQ, ARCA IS DIVERSIFYING AND ENTERING THE TECH ARENA WHERE THE ROOM FOR GROWTH IS EXPONENTIAL.

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MORE GROWTH APPEARS TO BE ON THE WAY.
WITH THE ACQUISITION OF GEOTRAQ, ARCA IS DIVERSIFYING AND ENTERING THE TECH ARENA WHERE THE ROOM FOR GROWTH IS EXPONENTIAL.

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A STRONG BUSINESS MODEL. ARCA PRODUCES INCOME FROM MULTIPLE SOURCES.

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A STRONG BUSINESS MODEL.
ARCA PRODUCES INCOME FROM MULTIPLE SOURCES.

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SIMPLICITY. ARCA AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES ARE STRAIGHTFORWARD COMPANIES PROVIDING NEEDED SERVICES IN GROWING INDUSTRIES.

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SIMPLICITY
. ARCA AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES ARE STRAIGHTFORWARD COMPANIES PROVIDING NEEDED SERVICES IN GROWING INDUSTRIES.

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Recession is Coming – Buy Gold Now

Recession is Coming – Buy Gold Now

In March 2009 the Dow Jones Industrial closed around 6600 points. As of April 16th, 2018 it closed at 24,573 points. During that period, 2009 to 2018, the average stock market return was around 15% annualized.

As we all know, in the financial market, what goes up must come down.

Historically, the average annualized total return for the S&P 500 index over past 90 years is only 9.8%. In addition, many experts predict that the U.S. equity market will face recession in 2019.

However, a recession will likely arrive much sooner.

As soon as this year. Yes, 2018.

Just like the weather has its seasons, the financial industry has its economic cycles, boom and bust.

Like the famous quote from, Game of Thrones, “winter is coming,” “recession is coming” to the U.S. market whether you like it or not.

So what happens during the recession?

Unemployment rates shoot up, credit lending freezes, people cut their spending, and many small businesses go under. As a result, the entire stock market takes a dive.

Some might think their stock or investment portfolio won’t be affected by the overall stock market downturn. Why? Because they believe the stock or company they researched and bought is one of a kind. It is best in the industry. It is foolproof, and will not suffer the same fate as the overall stock market. But when the market crashes, no one is spared.

Rather than worry about the next recession, which you have no control over, you should embrace it and see it as an opportunity.

Historically, commodities such as gold perform well during a recession. For example, during the financial crisis, the S&P 500 dropped from 13,200 points in January 2007 to 10,430 points in January 2010, a roughly 20% decrease in two years. Now compare that to a gold ETF (exchange-traded fund). SPDR Gold Trust (GLD), during the same period, resulted in a positive 80% return.

Check out the chart below on gold’s performance during past recessions. 5 out of 7 times, gold resulted in the positive during a recession. Even during the two negative sessions, gold still outperformed the stock market.

What is the reason behind this?

Gold has intrinsic value. On the contrary, U.S. currency can depreciate in value through inflation. During a recession, the Federal Reserve System can implement monetary policies such as lowering interest rates or expanding money supply to stabilize the economy. Both scenarios result in an increase in inflation that leads to a decrease in currency value, and, as a result, an increase in gold value.

You can invest in gold by simply buying an ETF that tracks gold specifically.

Some of the available gold ETFs are GLD, IAU, and DGL.

Most brokers, such as Fidelity or E*trade, will let you buy or sell ETFs for $4.95 – $7.99 per trade. ETFs do have some risks, however, and they only perform as well as the people who manage them. So if an ETF has bad management, its return can suffer.

If you want to take management risk out of the equation, you can invest in gold directly.

Investing in physical gold has become fairly easy due to advancements in technology.

For example, you can invest in physical gold using an online platform such as Hard Assets Appliance’s SMARTMETALS platform. They will even store the gold you buy. According to their website, they charge 0.5% to 0.7% storage fee annually for gold.

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