ADM Endeavors Inc (OTCMKTS:ADMQ) shares have been ramping higher in recent action as the company posts surprisingly strong growth data.
This is a company that has racking up financial performance for years, with strong and steady growth, including over 20% on a sequential basis on the company’s q/q data earlier this year. But that growth appears to be expanding with its recent results.
We draw extra comfort from the fact that the company’s top leader is also apparently its biggest capital supporter, piling up a controlling stake in preferred shares and nearly a third of the company’s common stock over the past two years. The company’s lead is Marc Johnson, ADMQ Chairman, CEO, and CFO, who has been aggressively buying ADMQ common and preferred stock over the past two years, acquiring over 30% of the common stock and 100% of the preferred stock in that time, according to company materials.
One of the most important effects of the pandemic this year has been an acceleration in the growth of market share for online retailers versus their brick and mortar counterparts. Many people who hadn’t previously tried shopping online were forced to try it this year because of concerns related to the virus. Many of them found out how convenient that experience is and will continue to do some of their shopping online even after the distribution of an effective vaccine.
This year, that vaccine won’t be ready for the holidays, which could place additional demand pressure under the bid for online retailing stocks on both an end-market and B2B basis.
That plays nicely into the ADMQ story, as it ramps up sales to close out the year.
ADM Endeavors Inc (OTCMKTS:ADMQ) recently put out word that its gross revenue for its wholly owned subsidiary, Just Right Products, Inc., in the first ten months of 2020 came in at approximately $4.2 million. That number already surpasses the company’s strong data from last year for its full 2019 results – where it pulled in $3.8 million in 2019. It has already beaten that performance with two months left to go in the year.
Management commentary on the company’s results so far this year was appropriately optimistic:
“I am very pleased to let our investors know about this achievement, especially since 2020 has been such a difficult year for business,” said Marc Johnson, CEO. “Our sales in our uniform division, a key part of the Company, dropped in 2020 as schools and institutions were impacted by COVID-19. Despite this, our team rallied for a solid sales performance.”
“We have stayed engaged with and increased sales with existing customers,” said Mr. Johnson. “A key aspect of this is continually offering new products. The government uniform side of the business has continued to grow.”
“The combination of customer and other referrals, competitors going out of business, and advertising has facilitated an increase in revenue. Also, we have handled the additional volume of work by being more efficient,” Mr. Johnson concluded.
The running theme here is organic growth and a management team that appears able to steer the ship through stormy waters by innovating and producing shareholder friendly results despite macro headwinds.
A Deeper Dive
Given this performance and the strong signal from management through its accumulation of company common stock, we thought it would be a good idea to do some deep-dive research.
ADM Endeavors Inc (OTCMKTS:ADMQ) operates its wholly owned subsidiary, Just Right Products, Inc., which is a diverse vertically integrated business in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, consisting of retail sales, screen print production, embroidery production, digital production, import wholesale sourcing, and uniform sales.
The Retail Sales Division focuses on “any product with a logo”. It sells a wide range of products from business cards to coffee cups. The company’s motto is: “We Sell Anything with A Logo!”.
With that in mind, we present the reader with a due diligence packet about the company based on our research and findings drawn entirely from publicly available information, which can be found HERE.
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