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good natured Products Inc. (SLGBF)

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    RBL
    If you back out the recent acquired revenue , they are running at approximately 9 Million in organic sales assuming 1 month of acquired revenue at 3 mil. 9 mil versus last years 3.7 is substantial growth. Moving forward, if we just hold course we should see $18 mil per quarter (an add of 6 Mil for two additional months of acquired volume) , that would put GDNP at an annualized rate of $72 Million without increased capacity gains from the new line being added. $72 mil at the current SP vs Mkt cap ratio of 4.75 x sales , we should see a 50 to 60% increase in mkt cap without any additional sales increase or acquisition based on current run rate… Strong BUY and HOLD for 12 months….IMO fundamentals will play out…
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    Sandeep
    Dow, Nova and Exxon sued Canadian Government on proposed plastic ban. That’s why it’s down today. Good buying opportunity.
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    Babbel
    Who said tsx would be for profitable companies only? Greenland renewables isn’t profitable yet either and they listed to tsx a few month ago. Mc around 200 mio.
    I expect gdnp to be wanting a nyse listing.
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    Naes
    Just bought 19500 shares.
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    Pablo
    probably the lowest volume ive seen so far..
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    Alex
    #BigPlastic is trending today as Dow and other companies try to push back against Canada’s proposed plastic ban.
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    RBL
    GDNP investors, I just read this closely and he states : We are extremely pleased to report another very strong quarter of revenue growth, which included June revenues from our recent acquisition of Ex-Tech," stated Paul Antoniadis - NOTE he say it included JUNE’s revenues… so from what I gather , this qtr estimate ONLY includes 1 month of the acquisition revenue… That means we are truly on track , no shortfall from double expectations… AM I MISSING SOMETHING????
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    Morgan
    Remember how many catalysts this stock has everyone: government regulations, demand, acquisitions, revenues and so on.
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    Kay
    While it is true there is no volume, the markets have been undecided these last 2 weeks and the Russel is going down for some days now. Most investors are holding the view that its risky to put additional money in small cap companies.
    Keep in mind that the pandemic does not effect GDNP negatively as it does other sectors, packaging is more relevant now then ever and the pollution is still on everybody's mind.
    Take home message: its just a matter of time
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    MichaelD
    The middle of the projected revenue range, 12.2 million is 16% higher than the average analyst expectation and 2.5% higher than the highest estimate.
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    Matthew
    Let's reach out to one company a day. First up is Nature's Valley (https://contactus.generalmills.com/?page=https://www.naturevalley.ca).

    I'm sending this message to Nature's Valley:

    Hi,
    As a consumer of your products, I have been very conscious about the fact that your packaging is disposable, but isn't recycled. I'd like to keep buying your products, but if there isn't a plan to switch to biodegradable packaging, I don't know how I can continue to purchase the goods. Further, I think it's really important to have recycled packaging, and not cardboard from trees that were cut down. It's important that we all tackle the climate crisis, and I know it's incredibly important that Nature Valley takes a first step by using eco-friendly products. I'd suggest products from Good Natured Products for example.
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    Sandeep
    Great Revenue Growth. 3x compared to last year’s quarter!
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    Matthew
    Just reached out to Chatime. It's a really popular spot for bubble tea in the Toronto area, and they use a lot of plastic, from their cups to their plastic film lids. Here's the message:

    Hi,
    As a consumer of your products, I have been very conscious about the fact that your packaging is recyclable, but the fact that your cups are made from petroleum based products is incredibly problematic. I know that I can eventually use my own jar/cup, but I want to know that Chatime is trying to make a difference against our current climate crisis. I'd like to keep buying your products, but if there isn't a plan to switch to biodegradable packaging, I don't know how I can continue to purchase your beverages. Further, I think it's really important to have bioplastics for the covers, and not plastic covers at the top. It's important that we all tackle the climate crisis, and I know it's incredibly important that Chatime takes a first step by using eco-friendly products. I'd suggest products from Good Natured Products for example.
    Thanks,
    Matthew

    You can send the same message, or something different, here: https://chatime.com/contact-us/

    Also, please let me know if this ever gets annoying. I don't want to seem like I'm spamming the board, but I want to fight the climate crisis in little steps and get you to help out too. :)
  • R
    RBL
    The quiet, then comes a loud BOOM!!!! They are not sitting still, lots of stuff in the works….
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    Kg1kg2
    You all need to have patience been with GDNP since last Oct 2020 initial purchase 30k at .37
    Just let the next few quarters come out and there on going business will only excel .
    Future growth is the key and they have a long good future ahead .
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    vedran
    EU recently banned single use plastics. Once Canada and the US follows suit, this thing will probably triple in price. Especially if the EPS is positive by then
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    RBL
    Likely $60 to $65 million next year revenue without acquisition and they have been pretty aggressive with acquisitions. Bullish on this long term. The analysts underestimated revenue thus far and I expect the upgrade to $2.15 will hold. 12 month hold on this one, market will eventually stabilize, it always does and then we are in a position of major growth…
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    AC
    1.15 eod finish would be a good start. 1.25 eow would see this back on track.
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    rahul
    Long term investment on this one. Buying everyday
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    Lucas
    I can't contain-er myself with this news :)