Jedi Mind Tricks: Why is Penny Stock Juhl Wind Overlooked?

The best penny stock has a name and it’s Juhl Wind Inc (OTCBB: JUHL) whose share price closed at $0.73, down -0.04, -5.19%, on volume of 9,685. JUHL, a Community Based Wind Power development and management company with 21 wind farm projects completed to date totaling 195 MW, announced Tuesday a  sponsorship with the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves to promote a more eco-friendly lifestyle. It is hard to understand how Jedi Mind Tricks from a pump and dump scam like Sunpeaks Ventures (SNPK) can lure in $27 million in trades on its worthless penny stock while a company with a tiny share float of 5.39 million, revenues virtually equal to its market capitalization and net income worth 12 cents a share gets no love.

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The coach of the worst NBA team is hired as a spokesperson for an OTC drug that doesn’t yet belong to the penny stock being promoted by notorious pumpers with no factual or statistical evidence of the product revenue, profit or distribution numbers. On the other hand, a green energy holding company that OWNS 5 subsidiaries, BOOKED 148% greater revenues in 2011 compared to 2010 and WITH net income increase of 269% to 12 cents per share AFTER EBITDA which catapulted JUHL to its first ever, full-year positive income results but gets no love. In fact, JUHL paid more money in Income Tax in 2011 than NSRS, SNPK, SEFE and CBIS combined reported as cash on hand in their last 10-Q’s.

I don’t drink and don’t take drugs so I am totally baffled as to why JUHL is not the hottest penny stock on the OTCBB. There must be some Jedi Mind Tricks happening.

JUHL Stock Snap Shot:

Market Cap: 15.97M
Revenue (ttm): 15.58M
Shares Outstanding: 21.87M
Float: 5.39M
% Held by Insiders: 86.66%
52-Week High
(May 13, 2011): 1.70
52-Week Low
(Nov 21, 2011): 0.41
50-Day SMA: 0.72
200-Day SMA: 0.77
Avg Vol (3 month): 11,397
Avg Vol (10 day): 14,420

Most Recent Quarter:
Dec 31, 2011

JUHL Profitability

Profit Margin (ttm): 19.48%
Operating Margin (ttm): 31.38%

Management Effectiveness

Return on Assets (ttm): 9.94%
Return on Equity (ttm): 37.55%

Let’s look here for a second to run a comparison:

Current Assets
JUHL $43,371,401
SNPK $9,916
NSRS $819,909
SEFE $142,235
CBIS $70,004

2011 Revenues
JUHL – $15,577,657 (here)
SNPK – (here)
NSRS – (here)
SEFE – (here)
CBIS $368 (here)

So even though Juhl Wind Inc.’s financial performance fully disp;ays the company’s ability JUHL management has to fully develop, arrange financing for and complete construction on seven (7) major wind projects during one of the toughest times this nation has seen in nearly a century, you show no love for the penny stock?

President Barack Obama announces months ago in his State of the Union Address speech the commitment the country is obligated to develop alternative energy sources. Juhl Wind is not living of grant money and sitting on their thumbs. The financial results JUHL reported underscore the company’s position in the renewable energy industry.

What I find about JUHL that is most ironic to the theme of these Jedi Mind Tricks making these pump and dumps more moronic (a poet and didn’t know it) is that JUHL made $13.5 million of their 2011 revenue from their 100% owned Juhl Energy Development (JEDI). The Wind farm development revenue, increased by approximately $8,033,000 compared to 2010.

OK, so you want to argue that at December 31, 2011, Juhl Wind had no projects under construction and as such, their wind farm development and construction revenues for 2012 will be dependent on their ability to develop and construct two late-stage development projects comprising 7 MW?

During 2011, JUHL purchased the existing Woodstock Hills wind farm and took ownership of the company’s newly developed Winona County and Valley View projects. Juhl Wind’s decision to become the owner and operator of those three wind farms is consistent with the company’s stated plan that they will continue to add renewable assets to their balance sheet on an ongoing basis.

Bottom Line: Don’t fall victim to the Dark Side. The penny stock of Juhl Wind is a must add to your stock watch list. Liquidity issues aside due to the low volume of the shares, JUHL is a fantastic company with a low float, massive insider ownership (this indicates they are not looking to SNPK you into the NSRS) and a superlative balance sheet which mirrors their progress into positive income territory.

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Keep abreast with upcoming projects and acquisitions JUHL makes in the coming months and mark my words, this penny stock will be above its 52 week high before you know it. Visit their website for more information on JUHL stock:

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