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RCYT Recycle Tech Inc. Is Our Green Sub Penny Bottom Floor Pick For Wednesday. Our newest Green Penny Stock Pick is RCYT Recycle Tech Inc.  We believe this hidden gem of a stock is positioned to blow up the charts. This is a possible 500% gainer and could be our pick of the summer we want all our members to reap the rewards.

Symbol: RCYT.ob

Current PPS: $0.002 (Traded At $0.008 less than 2 months ago immediately after a bounce similar to what we’re predicting today.)

10 Day Avg. Volume: 10K

Outstanding Shares: 24.3M

Float: 17.4M

About the Company

RCYT: Recycle Tech Inc is a development and engineering company with over 80 years of combined experience in construction architecture, and engineering.

RCYT’s vision is to spread global awareness that eco-friendly living is both affordable and possible.

RCYT features a unique product and price structure that allows them to target a very wide market. These markets include homeless and low-income housing programs, municipalities, and private homeowners or all income levels who are interested in a green and eco-friendly lifestyle.

RCYT is looking to take advantage of the many forthcoming changes in the way buildings are built, particularly is South Florida. Some of these changes include the anticipated building code named Miami 21 along with the evolving trends in custom design, energy efficiency, and eco friendly architecture.

RCYT has a strong core with consists of team of highly experienced and dedicated architects, engineers, and general contractors who put the best of their combined skills and over 80 years industry experience to ensure complete client satisfaction.

Those who purchase eco-friendly structures from RCYT will be able to qualify for government funding, tax breaks, property exceptions, and utility/electric reimbursement programs making it quite desirable purchase for investors.

RCYT’s future looks bright the Green Building industry took a nice bounce in 2011 and shows no signs of slowing down. Below are the current Green Building trends.

http://greeneconomypost.com/green-building-trends-12562.htm

Company Website: http://www.recycletechinc.com/

Jerry Yudelson’s Top Ten Green Building Trends for 2011 include:

1.    The worldwide green building movement will continue to accelerate, as more countries begin to create their own green building incentives and developing their own Green Building Councils. More than 70 countries, on all continents, will show considerable green building growth in 2010.

2.    Green building will rebound in 2011, as measured by the new LEED project registrations as a proxy for this growth. “The reduction in commercial real estate building in many countries,” he said, “was not offset by other sectors such as government, and so the growth rate of new green building projects fell dramatically in 2010.”

3.    The focus of the green building industry will continue to switch from new buildings to greening existing buildings. “The fastest growing LEED rating system in 2010 was the LEED for Existing Buildings program, and I expect this trend to continue in 2011,” said Yudelson. “My 2009 book, Greening Existing Buildings, documents the strategic components of this trend.”

4.    Blue will become the New Green. Awareness of the coming global crisis in fresh water supply will continue to grow, leading building designers and managers to take further steps to reduce water consumption to increase sustainability. This will be done in buildings through the use of more conservation-oriented fixtures, rainwater recovery systems and innovative new water technologies. “My latest book, Dry Run: Preventing the Next Urban Water Crisis, shows how to do this in green buildings all over the world.”

5.    Green building in the U.S. will continue to benefit from the Obama presidency with a continued focus on greening the executive branch. New announcements of a commitment to a minimum of LEED Gold for all new federal projects and major renovations confirm and highlight this macro-trend.

6.    Zero-net-energy designs for new buildings become increasingly commonplace, in both residential and commercial sectors, as LEED and ENERGY STAR ratings become too common to confer competitive advantage.

7.    Performance Disclosure will be the fastest emerging trend, highlighted by new requirements in California and other states. Commercial building owners will have to disclose actual building performance to all new tenants and buyers.

8.    Certified Green Schools will grow rapidly as part the LEED System. This trend will accelerate as understanding of the health and educational benefits of green schools grows. Already by mid-year 2010, green schools represented nearly 40% of all new LEED projects in the U.S.

9.    Local and state governments will step up their mandates for green buildings for both themselves and the private sector. We’ll see at least 20 major new cities with commercial sector green building mandates. The desire to reduce carbon emissions by going green will lead more government agencies to require green buildings.

10.    Solar power use in buildings will continue to grow. This trend will be enhanced by the increasing focus of municipal utilities as they need to comply with state-level renewable power standards (RPS) for 2015 and 2020. As before, third-party financing partnerships will continue to grow and provide capital for large rooftop systems such as on warehouses. However, we may very well see a slowing of large solar and wind systems, as federal grant support, in lieu of tax credits, is phased out.

 I can’t emphasize enough how good I feel about this sub penny play. With its low flow float and bottomed out PPS this could be our biggest gainer of the summer. I am urging all members to pick up some share ASAP to get the most of this Green Stock steal. So be sure to place your orders early 9:30 am EST.

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