Today's Alert is

Virtual Sourcing, Inc. - PGCX




Top of the Morning to you!


I think it’s time I continue to feed my readers good picks.  I’d like to cap off the week with a solid, possibly lucrative play: PGCX – Virtual Sourcing, Inc.

Their slogan says it all: “Providing Tomorrow’s Solutions Today”

PGCX is leading the recycling revolution and is poised for fast possible gains!

Currently priced at only $.0158, PGCX is in a prime position to go on a bullish run to end the week.

PGCX is truly a RARE opportunity.


What's so rare about it?


What if I told you that you could buy an NYSE MKT stock, for under 2 cents per share?  I think that would be pretty rare.  If PGCX hits its goals and walks down the noble path, a few months or so from now we could look back at PGCX now and describe now as "The time where there was a NYSE MKT company on sale for the insane price of .0158-.03 per share"


Of course, virtually all OTC companies (the penny markets) want to be upgraded to the much loftier and more prestigious NYSE MKT.  In fact, an upgrade like that could potentially cause a tiny little penny company's share price to multiply exponentially, virtually overnight!


So since almost every Penny Player out there dreams about moving up to the ultra lucrative "Big Baller" NYSE MKT Exchange, why am I talking about PGCX like it actually has a chance?


Take a look at this:


Certainly saying this is "Our Goal" does NOT mean this dream will come true.


But if PGCX is trying to make realistic progress, and is putting their reputation on the line by putting out public Press Releases about their goals of reaching the Senior Exchange, that is HUGE!


Not to mention that all that matters, in my personal opinion, to daytrader players and other quick flippers is the incredible BUZZ that gets created from situations like this.  An OTC company going to the NYSE MKT creates more buzz than anything else I can think of!

After reading that press release let’s jump into some more details about the company.

PGCX is headquartered in the United States and is a leader in the Mid-Atlantic region in recycling and remediation of difficult waste streams including fiberglass, resin, carpet, scrap metal, and many other composites.

The growth rate in fiberglass building material exceeds that of wood, steel, and aluminum…all very high grossing industries!







VIRTUAL SOURCING, INC (the “Company” or “VSI”) common stock trades on OTC Markets as “PGCX.” The company is headquartered in the United States of America and provides most of their solutions to the Mid Atlantic region. The current focus of the company is the recycling and remediation of difficult waste streams such as fiberglass materials and other composites, which is an “unattended” thirty billion dollar opportunity.




The Company has the unique ability to enter this market as the result of; (1) licensing of patented technology (the patent is licensed through Amour Fiber Core, Inc.) used to remediate fibers (2) demands on the manufacturers and contractors to recycle the waste in an environmentally friendly manner (3) demands by the fiberglass industry to remove “fiber piles” of waste from fiberglass manufacturing sites (4) a signed agreement to size all of the inventory and current contracts of the licensor. Near term, negotiated sources of supply have been contracted from entities that have a pressing need to recycle wind turbine blades, boat hulls, and car bodies.



The shares of PGCX are trading at a mere $0.0158, but after coming into possession of their new ground breaking patented technology for the recycling of one of the world's most abundant waste sources, they are unlikely to be here for long!




There are literally tens of millions of dollars of potential stable revenue streams awaiting the firm's new technology. On both the recycling front, and the sale of products made from their recycled fiber materials, PGCX is positioning itself to capitalize on business opportunities in billion dollar verticals of the economy.




Allied Recycling Corp's (Ticker PGCX) engineering partners have developed a breakthrough technology for the recycling of one of the world's most produced- and discarded - materials, Fiberglass.

Fiberglass is one of the top compounds produced in the world today. It's main attributes – durability, strength, flexibility of form, and light weight, make it an attractive option in the construction of a vast array of consumer products, construction materials, and transportation machines. Its production and use in society has grown exponentially since it's first introduction into popular culture in the 1950's.




The fiberglass industry has been searching for decades for responsible methods that would allow it to use its substantial waste for the betterment of society while having less impact on the environment. Many of these facilities generate between eight and ten million pounds of waste annually. 

This provides PGCX with a vast inventory resource whose removal contracts will generate stable, sizable income streams.




The company plans to be operating facilities by the end of the year at major fiberglass manufacturing locations along the Atlantic coast, and in Texas, North Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana- just for starters.

The company will be employing a unique patented mobile operation upon the completion of the 'miniaturization' of the machinery utilized in the recycling process. The ability to deploy recycling operations to a specific site for large waste removal projects at set construction or reclamation sites should prove to be hugely profitable.






Market Outlook




Recycling has come a long way since its fledgling days in the 1980's. It reaches into nearly every corner of the economy, and is a multi-billion dollar enterprise. The manufacturing of end use products from recycled materials has grown rapidly and is now a significant part of the U.S. economy.






America's dependence on light-weight fiberglass and composites has been increasing annually since the early 1950's. Recycling of all mass produced products and materials has become an essential part of the global consciousness. Most materials have been part of the recycling structure for the better part of two decades now. Not fiberglass. PGCX plans to change this. The following are some of the providers of the company's impressive pent-up damage for waste management of the compound.




The Fiberglass Industry: The largest supplier of waste for the company's recycling method is the fiberglass manufacturers and manufacturers using fiber laden materials. The fiberglass industry and their customers pay tens of millions of dollars in tipping fees annually to landfills in order to discard their waste. The tonnage is massive in scope.  PGCX's cost-effective approach allows industry participants to pay those fees to the company either at a contracted revenue neutral price or in some instances for less than landfill prices.




Industrial Manufacturers are paying large sums of money to dispose of their fiberglass waste annually. Most are unable to locate suitable and cost effective waste disposal sites. The growth in the fiberglass building material industry alone surpasses the growth rates of wood, steel, and aluminum as stated in reports published by Owens Corning. Sales in the fiberglass industry, exceeds $7 billion annually with growth rates expected to exceed 7% each year through 2016. The industry produced more than 14 million metric ton in 2011 and is expected to reach approximately 17 million metric ton in 2017. There are hundreds of millions of metric tons of the compound estimates to be in the marketplace, much of which is in need of 'retirement.'




Many Fortune 500 companies are substantial users of fiberglass or composites in their respective industries. The list of potential customers for recycling the compound include Owens Corning, PPG Industries, Fruehauf, Brunswick, the U.S. Navy, coastal states governments, boat manufacturers, and hosts of others in aeronautics, automobiles and their support industries. In other words- customer potential is extraordinarily positive.





Investor Highlights

PGCX has been actively working with fiberglass manufacturers to develop sustainability programs to use manufacturing waste in products such as non-structural concrete blocks and roll-off waste containers from matted waste. These initiatives are about to go into a four-month trial phase with the manufacturer teams and ours perfecting the products for market during this period. The products being tested are made in West Virginia and South Carolina from waste created in North and South Carolina.

The fiberglass manufacturing industry is researching methods to use their waste in a sustainable manner with mandates by the management of several manufacturers to substantially reduce their waste to landfills in the next three years. We are participating in helping meet their goals. In developing products to use this waste we expect to use 11 to 15 million pounds of waste per year before the end of the second year of our programs. While these amounts seem small it is currently the largest single proposed diversionary program in the region.

PGCX’s upside is not limited to recycling revenue streams. Recycling income is the stable, steady income source that forms the foundation of the company's cash flow base. However, the company actively pursues the innovation, development and production of end use products made from the 'Fiber-Fluff' that is the core byproduct of their patented recycling process.




PGCX has looks ready to recycle its old ways of being a penny play and possibly moving into the next realm of equities!  



Keep a close eye on this week ending alert and look out for more updates!





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