ADMQ Special Report

ADM Endeavors Inc. (OTCMKTS:ADMQ)

As we do on occasion, we’re taking a momentary break from our typical options interests this morning to bring you a special report spotlighting what we feel is a stock that is worthy of our attention. Our regular readers are certainly aware that we often look to diversify our radar screens by seeking out interesting OTC-traded stocks, and that’s what we have in ADMQ.

Especially with OTC plays, we’re always looking for a relatively tight share structure, which gives the stock a greater ability to make the kind of significant upswings that traders are after. We have that in this case, with ADMQ having just 138,670,000 shares outstanding and 53,270,000 in the float.

Sometimes OTC-traded symbols can represent companies that are little more than shells, existing only on paper, but such is not the case with ADMQ, which logged $3.8M in sales last year. That is a majority percentage of the company’s current market cap, which is why we feel strongly that this stock is undervalued at the present time and worth a spot on our watchlist.

ADMQ has operated a diverse practical application graphics business in the Dallas/Fort Worth area since 2010, its motto is “We sell anything with a logo!”, and it has various ways of accomplishing this. The company has sales, screen printing, embroidery, digital production, wholesale sourcing, and uniform divisions, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Just Right Products, Inc., as well as other brand names and web properties. While some businesses have struggled during the coronavirus pandemic, ADMQ is reporting an increase in business.

ADMQ has been meeting demand for personal protective equipment with mask requirements at most places where people congregating. It has printed cotton masks and other apparel available at, while its main design printing web property is located at

We are as excited about the potential that ADMQ stock currently boasts as any OTC stock we’ve covered this year, and as many of you know, there have been quite a few major winners. 


As we mentioned above, we feel ADMQ is currently undervalued. The stock is trading near its 52-week lows, and with the tight share structure here, a relatively small amount of buying pressure could send the stock significantly higher. As we also mentioned above, we’ve seen plenty of OTC breakout plays in recent months, and ADMQ could be the next in line to make a big push off of these lows.


We would like to suggest at the very least, that you add the following video (13:40 runtime) to your YouTube playlist, and come back to check it out when you get the chance. Or do it now! It’s a detailed view of the company’s production facility and processes, as featured on the “Preston” YouTube channel, which has over 13 million active subscribers. 

View ADMQ Video 

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