In a market set to expand to between $1.6 trillion and $2.2 trillion by 2020, did the penny stock of Global Clean Energy Inc. (GCEI) just sneak out news that OTC traders missed? Trading at under .03 for the majority of the last 4 months, GCEI stock appears to be incredibly undervalued considering both the $20 million commitment they announced last month and today’s news. Teaming up with the Wall Street Energy firm, Oxford Advisors, LLC, it looks more and more likely that this .03 stock is about to take off, moving the decimal point one spot to the right, here shortly.
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GCEI Stock Quote at 12:21P EST
Market Cap: 1.95M
Last: 0.0289 ▲ 0.0019 (+7.04%)
Dollar Volume: $4,527
Issued and Outstanding: 67,415,721
1st Resistance Point: 0.03
2nd Resistance Point: 0.0329
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Nearly 3 years ago, Global Clean Energy successfully demonstrated their prototype waste-to-energy gasifier called R.E.S.C.U.E. (see here) to some private individuals and companies who, at the time, due to the economic melt down the U.S. was under, shelved the idea of taking the next step of financing the Company’s commercialization of it. At the time, GCEI was listed on the Nasdaq OTCBB.
Now, 3 yeas later, all the pieces to the puzzle are falling into place with today’s announcement that Oxford Advisors, LLC, a boutique financial and energy consulting firm based in New York City with a significant presence in virtually all areas impacting the energy industry, had been retained as the company’s advisor. One need only visit the website of Oxford Advisors (www.oxfordadvisorsllc.com) to see the two managing partners have a long history in financial advisory services, project development, power generation and project finance, renewable energy and energy efficiency, and utilities and regulatory.
A simple Google search of either partner, Keith C. Hausman or Paul J. Corey, with the word “energy” in parenthesis to show only results where those two combinations show up is adequate confirmation to show that these two guys know how to open doors and get energy projects, especially the good paying ones, the government ones, approved and well funded.
Be that as it may, GCEI stock is seeing little attention today which could be the most costly mistake traders make on by doing a flyover without reading between the lines as to the significance of the poorly written PR announcement. With $20 million already on the table and commitments to bring the first of multiple plants on line by Q2 2014, Company CEO and President Earl Azminov may have some more connections we aren’t yet hearing about which could make GCEI one of the bigger breakout stocks on the OTC in the coming days.
About GCEI Stock
Global Clean Energy, Inc. is a waste-to-energy conversion solutions company, focusing on using available and developing technologies to convert waste into commercially viable energy, a process the company refers to as Reforming Environmental Salvage into Clean Usable Energy (R.E.S.C.U.E.).
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Bottom Line: GCEI has been a penny stock suffering the consequences of being a real deal Company in a land full of pump and dump scams. That time appears more and more likely to be ending here with the possibility of a GCEI stock breakout more imminent from today’s PR release. Keep a close eye on both the stock price and the news wires — something big may just be around the corner that traders miss allowing for the alert ones to reap the biggest benefits.
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