Rogue One, Inc. Nearly Past Small Roadblock on the ‘ROAG’ to Success

May 16 23:02 2022

Rogue One, Inc. (OTCMKTS: ROAG) looks like it could be back on the ‘ROAG’ to success.  The company filed an 8K last week updating its shareholders on the company’s updated financials.  The company has finally cleared up its late filing and is on a path to getting off of the expert market and back on the right track for investors who prior to the delisting had driven the share price up based on the potential of this ground-to-glass tequila company.

ROAG is still currently trading on the expert market, which means there is no consistent liquidity and trading shares requires direct contact with a broker.  Until the company upgrades ROAG should remain on your watchlist.

The good news is, according to the latest filing, that uplisting could be coming soon.

In the latest filing the company states, “Despite the unique challenges of the worldwide pandemic, we believe that we have resolved the deficiencies with prudent and appropriate actions to establish and maintain our consolidated financial records so that we are able to clearly satisfy the requirements of Regulation S-X and our disclosure obligations on a going-forward basis. We anticipate filing the Amendment after we receive the necessary financial statements and after our independent auditor completes its review and we receive its authorization to file the amendment to the Quarterly Report on 2021 Second Quarter Form 10-Q for the period ending June 30, 2021.”

Why should investors care?

In its previous filing (NT 10K-A/ Form 12b-25) April 1st, 2022 the company states, “The 2021 10k will show the consolidated financials of our acquisition of Human Brands International which will reveal a significant increase in assets and revenues of the company. Due to unforeseen personnel changes with our internal auditing contractor due to illness and scope of work required, we are unable to file this 10K on time. We anticipate filing the 2021 10k in short order.”


–July 8, 2021

Rogue One announces closing its acquisition of Human Brands International

–November 29, 2021

ROAG files an amendment stating “The 3rd quarter 10-Q will show the consolidated financials of our recent acquisition of Human Brands which will show a significant increase in assets and revenues of the company. Due to unforeseen personnel changes due to illness and the scope of work required, we are unable to file this Q3 on time. We anticipate filing the 3rd quarter 10-Q in short order.”

–January 21, 2022

Rogue One announces its downgrade to the expert market based on failure to file Third Quarter 10-Q.  

–May 10, 2022

Files 8K announcing the resolution of these accounting and filing issues, with an anticipated updated filing on the horizon


Once ROAG becomes current and upgrades from the expert market, the stock could quickly gain traction especially if the revenues and assets reflected in the updated filings are as positive as anticipated.

Human Brands gives ROAG a business built on bulk tequila production and agave operations. The Company currently has supply contracts with “well-known tequila brands, distilleries, celebrities, athletes and restaurant groups.”

Human Brands focuses on five key areas to support that core foundation:

·        Agave

·        Bulk Tequila Production

·        Brand Development

·        Import/Export

·        Hospitality

Rogue One CEO Joe Poe Jr. said of the firm’s acquisition, “Our goal is to create long term value for our shareholders by adding immediate value to our bottom line. Human Brands meets and exceeds all of the qualifications that we were looking for in our first acquisition as Rogue One, Inc.”

With the tequila market booming this is a great business to be in.  Make sure you are monitoring ROAG.

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