VYST has made our subscribers a lot of money this year. We at Insider Financial first covered the stock back in February when VYST was trading in the double zeros at $.0089 a share. Shares then ran to $.10 giving some of our members 1000% gains.
This is how one makes money in penny stocks. You can’t be chasing the news headlines. You have to find momentum BEFORE it happens!
What do we mean by this?
On the OTC Markets, there’s quality and then there’s garbage. Most of the pennies are honestly garbage; however, if you find a good one, you buy it and be patient. That’s why we spend our time looking for only the best penny stocks to buy.
With VYST, it took six months for it to play out, but when it did, it paid off big time. However, over the past two months, VYST retraced 70% off the highs. In this article, we take a close look at VYST and why we believe the bulls have regained control and we are about to see another run to the highs.
First up, here’s a little background info for those not familiar with VYST. Vystar Corp is the majority owner of Rotmans Furniture and Carpet and environmentally friendly technologies and products to improve lives, such as RxAir® UV light air purification products, Vytex™ Natural Rubber Latex (NRL), and Fluid Energy Solutions.
Vystar is the exclusive creator of Vytex, a multi-patented, all-natural, raw material that contains significantly reduced levels of the proteins found in natural rubber latex and can be used in over 40,000 products. Vytex NRL is a 100% renewable resource, environmentally safe, “green” and fully biodegradable.
Vystar is working with manufacturers across a broad range of consumer and medical products bringing Vytex NRL to market in adhesives, gloves, balloons, condoms, other medical devices, and natural rubber latex foam mattresses, toppers, and pillows.
RxAir® UV Light Air Purifiers
The fact is the COVID-19 pandemic is not going to end anytime soon. Schools, offices, and businesses need to find a way to resume normal operations. RxAir® UV Light Air Purifiers are the solution.
RxAir 400 air purifiers are FDA Certified Class II medical devices proven to destroy 99.9% of airborne bacteria and viruses, including multiple Coronaviruses, H1N1, MRSA, pneumonia, strep, TB, measles, influenza, and the common cold through extended exposure to high-intensity UV-C lights. RxAir also neutralizes odors, indoor pollutants, and VOCs (volatile organic compounds).
Eagle Hill School
Hardwick, Massachusetts’ Eagle Hill School (EHS), a boarding and day school for grades 8-12, is the first school in the country to do a mass installation of Vystar’s RxAir 400® UV-C Light Air Purifier Systems throughout its campus, including classrooms, common areas, and dormitories.
Eagle Hill School installed 95 RxAir units —enough for every classroom, resident hall, fitness center, dining commons, and other social common areas. Each portable RXAir unit provides up to six complete air changes per hour (ACH) for an 800 square ft. room to minimize the risk of infection from airborne diseases for the school’s staff and students from 31 states and 11 countries.
VYST is establishing an ambassador partnership with Eagle Hill School whereby Eagle Hill will serve as a showcase for peer schools to demonstrate how RxAir UV Light air purifiers can help improve air quality and reduce the risk of infection from airborne pathogens, resulting in healthier students and teachers.
VYST Debt Paydown
VYST has paid off more than $2 million in debt since July 1, 2020, including paying off multiple notes and lines of credit in September 2020, and consolidating other debt. The debts were satisfied as follows:
Libertas Funding LLC — On February 24, 2020, Vystar and Rotmans had entered into an agreement with Libertas Funding LLC to sell future receipts totaling $1,089,000 for a purchase price of $825,000. The Libertas funding has been paid off with no further obligation.
New Debt Obligation – The Company entered into a $630,000 promissory note for a loan made by the Vystar President and CEO Steven Rotman, at 5% note payable at maturity. Funds for a portion of the loan were derived from the sale of Vystar common stock owned by Steven Rotman in September 2020.
Payoff of $500,000 Vytex Product Inventory Loan– In 2018, five investors loaned $100,000 each with proceeds from their Fidelity Bank loan. The Company paid all principal and interest in full by the issuance of 8,250,000 restricted shares of common stock to each of the five investors.
Vytex Latex Gloves
VYST has been able to capitalize on the COVID-19 pandemic with its Vytex latex glove business. Vytex disposable gloves offer superior tactile sensitivity, liquid barrier protection, puncture and tear resistance, and flexibility — all with virtually no risk of developing or experiencing latex allergies from extended contact.
The new disposable glove line offers many of the advantages of Vystar’s Vytex medical exam gloves that received a 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for medical use. Thanks to Vystar’s patented latex deproteinization process, disposable gloves made of Vytex latex are far superior to synthetic latex, nitrile, neoprene, and even traditional latex gloves as has been published in peer-reviewed industry journal articles.
VYST Bottom Line
What attracted us to VYST in the first place was the fact that the company did over $13 million in sales last year. We are not aware of many OTC stocks generating these types of numbers. Most have little to no sales. VYST is doing these kinds of numbers, yet has a market cap of just $48 million.
When you consider the potential VYST has with its UV Light Air Purifiers and the Vytex latex gloves, VYST is positioned as well as any other company to capitalize on the COVID-19 pandemic. We believe some of the selling came from some nervous longs worried about Rotman’s Furniture being impacted by the pandemic. However, the furniture business is just the cash generator to fund the other fast-growing businesses.
This is why VYST is a great penny stock to own. It’s a cash-generator, yet is diversified. Some could even say it’s like a mini Berkshire Hathaway since Buffett owns the Nebraska Furniture Mart just like VYST owns Rotman’s. This is why VYST remains a must-own.
As always, good luck to all (except the shorts)!
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