$SKDI DD - Updated November 22, 2020 [important aspects in bold].
Recent Major Developments:
On October 5, 2020, $SKDI announced it had acquired high-end jewelry company SFL
Maven ["SFL"] - with revenue of $11M in 2019
- in a stock-only transaction - and would be pivoting direction.
On October 8, 2020, $SKDI announced that it would be streamlining operations
to drive greater focus on high value, high revenue segments.
The centerpiece of this focus will be
the Company's recently acquired high-end jewelry business SFL.
The realignment in operational and strategic focus is to maximize returns on invested capital ahead.
This realignment will entail cost-savings
and cash generation
to support the growth
of the Company going forward and will increase the ability to maximize returns with the new acquisition SFL.
As part of this realignment, Hakuna has been sold as a going concern
- which failed to launch - divested.
On October 9, 2020, it was announced that the CEO of SFL Maven
would become the CEO of $SKD
I wef October 12, 2020. Significant further information
about the success to date of SFL was given along with plans and objectives for the remainder of 2020 and 2021 in a video [see Key Points below].
$SKDI is now re-focused on a serious revenue generating business
- and having divested itself of non-core businesses
- is set to deliver shareholder value.
$SKDI will report millions in topline revenues in 2020
for the first time in its history.
The CEO sees no reason
to apply to FINRA for a reverse stock split
and the company has a very tight public float.
His focus will 100% be on revenue growth
for the remainder of 2020.
and a name change
are also planned.
It subsequently also emerged on October 9, 2020, that the partnership and continued funding of Numuni
had been wound up due to the failure of that company to launch platforms as planned on September 1 due to personnel issues and a lack of resilience.
Key Points - $SKDI / SFL Maven CEO 1st Video:
- SFL Maven
- sells fine luxury + estate items.
- In business 18 years
- One of the leading sellers in business sector
- $127M total sales
- almost 180,000
top line revenue $11.9M.
top line revenue $11M.
top line revenue to end-Sep: $5.6M.
- Q4 is always the best Q
due to holidays.
- COVID-19 has driven increased on-line sales generally.
- eBay had 8M new users registered in 2020 Q2
- more than last 6 x
- SFL expecting 2020 Q4 to be best ever
with people wanting to buy a luxury "boost" for themselves or loved ones + holiday buying already started early.
Objectives for "New" $SKDI:
- Need to increase exposure in luxury markets
as a whole.
- Revamp Corporate image.
- Build out own professional on-line retail site.
- Increase $SKDI share holder trust
by delivering dependable growth
month after month and Q after Q.
Expectations in 2021:
- Expect increase in revenue of 30%
over that of 2020.
- Achieve through increase in inventory
and economic healing overall in the economy.
- Want to deliver "fantastic shareholder value".
$SKDI / SFL CEO 1st Video
- PR'ed October 9, 2020 - here:
Key Points - $SKDI / SFL Maven CEO 2nd Video:
- SFL has a proven track record over 17 complete years
as a jewelry business whereas the previous $SKDI business model (now divested) was based on a technology company that would have raised money based only on ideas and hoping they worked out.
- Hired an attorney
to write an Offering Statement
to raise $8M in 2021
to be used for:
-- Mostly increased inventory.
-- Also to have capital on hand to acquire small jewelry businesses.
-- Also to acquire any large collections of jewelry
that might be offered.
- Existing suppliers are excited to help raise the SFL inventory level
- Rising price of gold has affected the market "big time"
-- When gold goes up, buyers come out of the woodwork to invest in gold.
-- They want jewelry they can wear rather than just coins in the bank.
-- Similar happened in 2010-2012.
- Luxury on-line goods doing well during COVID-19:
-- People want to feel good.
-- Watches and jewelry sales both up.
- Most excited about having more capital in 2021:
-- Be able to buy sought after pieces.
-- Be able to buy large collections.
-- Removing capital barriers to enable major growth.
-- Put up "huge" top line numbers.
$SKDI / SFL CEO 2nd Video
- PR'ed November 2, 2020 - here:
Share Structure - Updated November 10, 2020
Authorized Shares: 1,500,000,000 [85% reduction from pre- Feb 2020 figure]
Outstanding Shares: 1,068,025,173 [only up 12,500,000 in 2 months]
Restricted: 645,504,231 [as at September 11, 2020]
[as at September 11, 2020]
Note: It is only the Unrestricted Outstanding Shares count that is relevant to immediate trading.
Very low at 422M
for a stock in the .0030 > .1000 price range.
$SKDI is also OTC Pink Current.
2020 Q3 Report - Filed November 13, 2020.
- as it is for the period ending September 30 which predates the acquisition of $11M per year revenue company SFL Maven
- and Numuni was costing money without bringing any in.
We already know
from the new CEO that the balance sheet will go instantly positive in Q4.
There were 2 unexpected additional income items ahead
alluded to in Note 10 - Subsequent Events in Q4:
- Hakuna Supply
was sold for $350,000.
- The funds advanced to Numuni
will be converted into a long-term interest-free note
for approximately $200,000.
PRs / Updates Since November 4, 2019
[only those still relevant are listed]:
News - November 12. Sun Kissed Retires Majority of Convertible Debt
with Primary Creditor.
News - April 7: Sun Kissed Industries Cleans Balance Sheet
with $242,595 of Debt Forgiveness.
News - October 5. Sun Kissed Pivots Direction
and Acquires 'Luxury' Enterprise
with $11M in 2019 Revenue.
News - October 8. Sun Kissed Announces Streamlining to Focus on Strong Growth in High Revenue Segment.
News - October 9. Sun Kissed Introduces New CEO
in MoneyTV(TM) Interview.
News - November 2. Sun Kissed CEO Outlines Ambitious Future
in MoneyTV Interview with Donald Baillargeon.
Trading Patterns Observed Since November 2019:
[for brevity, the manipulation down for reloading details have been deleted - available to view in the contemporaneous record here]
Ran from .0300 > .1600 on November 7 - 433%
Ran from .0230 > .0349 on November 18 - 52%
Ran from .0084 > .0169 on November 26 - 101%
Gapped up from .0110 > .0195 then .0250 at open on December 2 - 77% / 127%
Ran from .0093 > .0150 on December 4 - 61%
Gapped up from from .0087 > .0120 on December 5 - 38%
Ran from .0046 > .0095 on December 17 - 106%
Gapped up from .0027 > .0130 on January 3 - 381%
Ran from .0033 > .0042 on January 13 - 27%
Ran from .0042 > .0068 on January 14 - 62%
Ran from .0055 > .0071 on January 15 - 29%
Ran from .0032 > .0065 on January 29 - 103%
Ran from .0050 > .0086 on January 30 - 72%
Ran from .0077 > .0114 on February 4 - 48%
Ran from .0074 > .0125 on February 5 - 69%
Ran from .0074 > .0096 on February 10 - 30%
Ran from .0074 > .0094 on February 11 - 27%
Gapped up from .0050 > .0069 on March 9 - 38%
Gapped up from .0050 > .0065 on March 10 - 30%
Ran from .0032 > .0056 on April 7 - 75%
Gapped up from .0050 > .0061 at the open on April 9 - 22%
Stair-stepped up April 13-14 to close at .0068
Gapped up from .0068 > .0087 on April 15 - 28%
Ran from .0068 > .0078 on April 27 - 15%
Ran from .0078 > .0089 on April 29 - 14%
Ran from .0085 > .0115 - on April 30 - 35%
Gapped up .0115 > .0119 and ran to .0140 - on May 1 - 18%
Gapped up .0132 > .0157 on May 4 - 19%
Ran from .0088 > .0106 on May 12 - 20%
Ran from .0090 > .0120 on May 13 - 33%
Ran from .0077 (previous close) > .0109 on June 1 - 42%
Ran from .0109 (previous close) > .0130 on June 2 - 19%
Ran from .0065 > .0080 on June 10 - 23%
Ran from .0055 > .0068 on July 10 - 24%
Ran from .0059 > .0078 on July 23 - 31%
Ran from previous close of .0062 > .0084 on August 6 - 35%
Ran from previous close of .0068 > .0078 on August 7 - 15%
Ran up from .0064 > .01 during period August 28 > September 3 - 56%
Ran from .0050 (previous close) > .0061 on October 1 - 22%
Ran from .0040 > .0057
on 4M in consecutive buys in a few minutes
on October 9 - 42%
Large ask buy of 3.345M
at .0030 ($10K) noted on November 12.
For 12 months there have been hold back attempts from manipulator(s) with undercut asks put up daily
as a loading wall - walked down whenever the ask is not hit aggressively enough
- and retreating when hit or when taken out by the regular "hail mary" buys across multiple asks.
OTC market top traders now on $SKDI for the whole of 2020 and 2021
- as evidenced by networking in new Telegram and Slack Whale Team room, Skype and on social media.
Since then, more traders have been willing to hit the ask above hold back attempts to get surge moves
and also outbid the main MM repeatedly to see if he moves up.
$SKDI is the #1 profit earning stock of 2020 so far
and expected to remain in that position throughout 2020 - and throughout 2021
- especially now it has acquired SFL
which is a proven $11M per year revenue company.
Continued large profit trading opportunities ahead throughout 2020 and 2021
for those who maintain a large inventory of shares at various price points
- particularly ahead of 2020 Q4.
Cancel any left over ask sell orders at close to get the maximum gap up.
Expect .02 > .1+ at some point in 2020 / 2021
as the following catalysts
- Awareness in the wider trading / investing community of the proven success and future potential of SFL
- to date $SKDI PRs have not been routed for alerts on broker platforms.
- Announcement of 2020 Q4 profits.
- Launch of SFL's own on-line store
- in addition to eBay.
- Name change
+ ticker change.
Ongoing PR campaign
releases already since November 4, 2019.
SFL Maven website: https://www.sflmaven.com/
SFL Maven - eBay on-line store: http://www.ebaystores.com/SFLMAVEN-ANTIQUES-JEWELRY-FINE-ART
$SKDI Social Media Links:
$SKDI Twitter: https://twitter.com/sunkissinc
SFL Maven Twitter: https://twitter.com/sflmaven
SFL Maven Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sflmaven/?hl=en
SFL Maven Recent Sales:
November 15-21: $180,282
- 228 items - average $791 per sale
November 8-14: $178,409 - 231 items - average $772 per sale
November 1-7: $173,562 - 216 items - average $804 per sale
October 1-31: $1,049,477
- 1,143 items - average $918 per sale
The majority of the revenue comes in each Thursday
when most auctions end