The QualityStocks Daily Blog
Covering Micro-Cap and Small-Cap Companies

Our writers and journalists keep investors up to date with the latest news from around the markets. The QualityStocks Blog is another extension of our commitment to help the investment community discover emerging companies that offer excellent growth potential.

Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) to Jumpstart Expansion with a 506(c) Offering of $5,000,000

February 12, 2016


Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) is going places with its fine-dining rooms, organic-food menus and adventure-filled play spaces for kids. The company is presently negotiating with the top four U.S. mall owners, who are ‘yearning’ to have Giggles N’ Hugs in their malls and are prepared to offer cash upfront to fund between 60 and 70 percent of opening costs. As consumers have increasingly been purchasing online, traffic by shoppers to malls has slowed. Mall owners want businesses that can generate excitement and foot traffic, and Giggles N’ Hugs fits that bill. Its three establishments, at Westfield Mall in Century City, Westfield Topanga Shopping Center, and the Glendale Galleria, have attracted the attention of People magazine, E! Online, Hollywood Life, Bloomberg Businessweek, the New York Post and many other print and online publications.

As CEO Joey Parsi explained recently, just as in other retail operations, location is, perhaps, the most important factor in the restaurant business. Giggles N’ Hugs is in the enviable position of having an extensive choice of locations, since it is such a magnet for mall foot traffic. Together, the major four mall owners present a wide-ranging, appetizing menu of over 550 domestic and international locations. The largest player, the Simon Property Group (NYSE: SPG), operates over 350 malls, including 17 overseas. The no. 2, General Growth Properties (NYSE: GGP), has over 120 properties. Westfield (OTC: WEFIF), the no. 3, has 32 shopping centers in the U.S., and Macerich (NYSE: MAC), the no. 4, has over 50 properties.

The company is beefing up its capital as it considers these invitations. It recently engaged investment bank Chardan Capital Markets, and it aims to raise $5 million through a 506(c) offering. Rule 506(c) under Regulation D is one of several ways an offering of securities may qualify for an exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933. It was created to implement Section 201(a) of the JOBS Act with the object of eliminating the prohibition on using general solicitation under, what is now, Rule 506(b). Rule 506(b) provides a “safe harbor” for a private offering under the Securities Act, i.e., it provides specific requirements that, if followed, establish that a transaction falls within the Section 4(a)(2) registration exemption.

However, under Rule 506(b), an issuer must not use general solicitation or advertising to market the securities nor sell securities to more than 35 non-accredited investors, among other stipulations. Rule 506(c) changes those two limbs of the rule by allowing general advertising but stipulates that only accredited investors must be contracted with. It also imposes a stricter standard to ensure that only accredited investors are contracted with. For a natural person to qualify as an accredited investor, he and his spouse must together have a net worth exceeding $1,000,000, excluding the value of the primary residence. Alternatively, he must have an annual income of over $200,000 in each of the two most recent years or joint income with his spouse in excess of $300,000 in each of those years and have a reasonable expectation of reaching the same income level in the current year.

With some cash to spend and so many invitations to dance, Joey Parsi’s biggest problem in the coming months may be deciding who is the most attractive partner.

Learn more by visiting

Let us hear your thoughts: Giggles ‘N Hugs, Inc. Message Board

Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) Looks to become Global Leader in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Development

The Dominovas Energy Corporation (OTCQB: DNRG) is at the forefront of the alternative energy industry with its innovative RUBICON™ solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC). Fuel cells are an efficient, combustion-less, reliable, and virtually pollution-free energy source that provide electricity to power a wide array of applications, including buildings (manufacturing facilities, hotels and hospitals), primary power for grid integration, automobiles, emergency back-up systems, and base load grid power. A fuel cell utilizes the extraction of hydrogen from hydrocarbons such as natural gas to produce electricity. In principle, a fuel cell is an electrochemical device that operates like a battery. However, unlike a battery, a fuel cell requires re-fueling, not recharging. Fuel cells will continue to produce electricity and heat as long as there is a constant fuel source. The RUBICON™ works simply, has no moving parts, and operates silently, with water and excess heat as its only by-products. Consequently, the RUBICON™ provides the ideal solution for a myriad of electric power generation applications.

Dominovas Energy has identified marketing and sales opportunities for fuel cells in frontier market countries, where electricity supply is frequently unreliable, antiquated, and expensive, as compared to the cost of electricity and the production, thereof, in the United States. Dominovas Energy works with host nations’ governments. Initial project sizes range from 3 to 200 Megawatts (MW), with eventual project sizes of up to 3,000 MW. Project cost projections range from $25 million and beyond. Dominovas Energy will provide power to the local utilities under Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), and, prior to deployment, it requires specific guarantees, bonding or other credit support, as necessary, where the local contracting entities do not enjoy strong credit ratings.

Backing up this bold strategy is the Dominovas Power management team. Heading the team is Neal Allen, Dominovas’s chairman, president and CEO. Prior to joining Dominovas Energy Corporation, Allen was CEO of Dominovas Energy, LLC from its inception in 2007 to the time of its merger with Western Standard Energy Group in February 2014. Allen also served as the chairman of Private Asset Group, LLC from 2002 to 2007. Emilio De Jesus is a board member of Dominovas Energy. He worked at Verizon Communications from 2000 to 2010 in many positions, including that of systems development manager. From 2012 to 2013, he was a director of Grupo Jemilce. Dominovas Energy’s chief operating officer is Michael Watkins. Previously, Watkins was vice president and managing member of Dominovas Energy, LLC from 2007 until the merger with Western Standard Energy Group.

Dr. Shamiul Islam is executive VP of fuel cell operations. Dr. Islam is one of the foremost experts on SOFC technology. His expertise extends to SOFC materials, research and their development. His knowledge of the design and construction of bench scale testing systems for high temperature chemical reactions is unparalleled in the industry. He has two registered patents in his name. Dr. Islam worked at the University of Calvary as a postdoctoral fellow in the Dept. of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering during the period from July 2013 – April 2014. He received his PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Calgary, Canada.

Eric Fresh is senior vice president of finance and investments. With more than 15 years in investment banking, private equity and corporate advisory services, Fresh has extensive experience in the execution of special situation transactions involving structured debt and equity financings for project finance. As senior vice president, Fresh will lead and manage Dominovas’s capital investment and deployment program for financing the company’s power projects. Before joining Dominovas Energy, Fresh founded E&K Partners, where he focused exclusively on value creation for middle-market companies, providing strategic management and structured finance advisory services for corporate restructurings, mergers and acquisitions, project finance and operations management. Prior to E&K Partners, he worked at GE Capital, where he managed $2.5 billion in upstream oil and gas assets located throughout the continental U.S. and structured and invested more than $1.8 billion in debt and equity transactions across various energy and industrial sectors. Additionally, he has held various executive positions with investment and merchant banking firms, including Morgan Stanley and Salomon Smith Barney.

Rounding out the team is Spero Plavoukos, who sits on the board of directors. Plavoukos is currently serving as vice president of Pacific Design Center, which houses the West Coast’s top decorating and furniture market, with showrooms, public and private spaces, a branch of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and two restaurants operated by chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck.

Dominovas Energy is set to realize its vision of being a global leader in SOFC development. With its cutting-edge technology and experienced management team, the company may just be known around the world in 80 days.

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: Dominovas Energy Corp. Message Boards

The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert February 12

Earlier today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on SPAR Group (SGRP), which fell more than 10% yesterday with no news.

SGRP fell on heavy volume and no news. The company has been on a downtrend over the past few months. The company has failed to establish consistent earnings, which has led in large part to its decline in share price.

With a current Bowser Rating of 7, SGRP is not in buying range. If you currently have shares of SGRP stick to the Game Plan for when to sell.

To learn more about The Bowser Report, visit

Moxian, Inc. (MOXC) Promotes Precision Marketing

Moxian, Inc. (OTCQB: MOXC) specializes in precision marketing. For six years, the company has fixed its attention on enabling business owners to engage in high-level, targeted marketing. How? Moxian has combined a customer relations management tool with data analysis capabilities to offer a comprehensive solution — an online-to-offline platform — that incorporates social media and business for small- and medium-sized enterprises largely based in China.

Moxian offers social customer relationship management, marketing, event hosting, vouchers and product listings services, in addition to actionable reports. By allowing merchant clients to study consumer behavior, Moxian’s products and services have also been generating repeated interactions between users and merchant clients.

With the company’s User App, users gain access to a social media platform that comes complete with a package of services, including:

  • a news center;
  • a voice chat service called MO-Talk;
  • a game center that enables users to play games and earn Moxian-sponsored MO-Points;
  • a variety of merchant stores, which enable users to shop at the company’s merchant clients’ stores via the use of mobile devices; and
  • MO-Shake, a service that allows users to shake their phone to win merchant-sponsored vouchers, Moxian-sponsored MO-Coins or MO-Points, as well as coupons, discounts, or admission to other events hosted by merchant clients.

Moxian also has a Business App. This app allows merchants to oversee their presence within the platform. It also allows the company’s merchant clients to open an e-commerce shop, plan a marketing campaign, interact with customers, offer rewards and discounts, manage payments and receive analytics.

Moxian’s innovative platform, plus its corresponding loyalty program, has been driving its significant growth. Last month, Moxian Technologies (Beijing) Co., a subsidiary of Moxian, Inc., revealed that, per a five-year cooperation agreement, it would become the sole reseller of ad space for Xinhua New Media Culture Communication Co. in the gaming industry. It would also become the sole information and operations partner in the gaming platform of the Xinhua New Media App.

This deal shows promise for both companies. It creates a new source of revenue for Moxian, laying a solid foundation for the company’s future growth, and it could help drive the Moxian App into the mainstream. As an exclusive gaming partner for the Xinhua New Media App, which has over 100 million users with 10 million daily active users, Moxian can leverage this opportunity to promote its games on the platform while acquiring a large number of young, active users for the Xinhua App.

The deal will also strengthen Moxian’s partnership with Xinhua New Media Centre. While marketing the Xinhua App, Moxian will assist in ramping up user engagement and getting users to read and click on Xinhua ads for Moxian rewards. Users of the app will be rewarded with Mo-Coins and Mo-Points when they participate and click on any ads. They can then redeem those Mo-Coins and Mo-Points for rewards by simply logging into the Moxian Platform.

For more information, visit the company’s website at

Let us hear your thoughts: Moxian, Inc. Message Board

Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI): Bridging the Gap between Merchants and Consumers via Payment Technology Solutions

February 11, 2016

Smartphones are attached to everyone’s hip in today’s world. Mobile payment solutions, such as PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) and Apple Pay, are being integrated into every new technology that emerges. When you launch an online store, the most important function of the website is the payment option. Today’s world moves at light speed and consumers demand instant gratification to their impulse buying via Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY), Alibaba (NYSE: BABA), Craigslist, etc.

The contactless payments market is expected to have a value of $9.88 billion by 2018. This market includes payments via mobile handsets, smart cards, and key fobs, as well as consultation services, integration services, and value added services. The verticals associated with this market are as follows: banking, financial services and insurance; consumer goods and retail; healthcare; government and public sector; telecom and IT; and transportation and logistics. Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) is in this business dynamic.

Alternet offers payment technology solutions to financial organizations that need a wide range of payment options for their customers. These products can be used across many devices, such as point of sale, cell phones, PCs, tablets, and web applications.

The entry of technology giants such as Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Samsung (OTC: SSNLF) and Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) to the mobile payments market has reignited the debate about the future of mobile payments. While the launch of Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay have attracted much of the attention from the media, the real growth in the mobile payments industry in 2015 has come from elsewhere.

New research from Timetric finds that transaction value on the aforementioned mobile payment solutions is still relatively small. “For comparison, the value of Apple Pay transactions in 2015 was lower than the value of transactions on Kenyan M-Pesa,” says Vladimir Vukicevic, lead analyst at Timetric’s Cards & Payments Intelligence Centre.

“Two Chinese payment solutions, Alipay and Tenpay, dominate the global mobile payments market in terms of value of transactions. PayPal is, however, the leader in mobile payments in markets outside China,” continued Vukicevic.

The latest research from Timetric finds, however, that Apple Pay and Android Pay are in a good position to become the market leaders for in-store mobile payments. On the other hand, Alipay and PayPal are likely to remain leaders in remote mobile payments moving forward. They are also expected to become serious contenders for in-store payments.

Alternet Systems is well positioned in a rapidly growing space and has more than a century of experience in its management team, which will be invaluable as the company continues to adapt and grow in the months to come.

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: Alternet Systems, Inc. Message Board

Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Ushering in a New Era in Battery Manufacturing

Lithium ion batteries are more widely used than ever before. To illustrate this fact, consider the recent rise in production by Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA), the automotive company behind a line of luxury electric cars, electric vehicle powertrain components and other battery products. Following the launch of its $5 billion Gigafactory focused on improving traditional lithium ion batteries, Tesla expects to have the ability to produce more lithium ion batteries each year than were manufactured worldwide in 2013, according to a report from Fox Business.

This sharp increase in production capacity will likely be met with an equally strong rise in demand. Leading global research firm Research and Markets forecasts the industry sustaining a compound annual growth rate of 14.4 percent in the seven year period ending 2019, leading to a global market value in excess of $33.1 billion. While major industry players such as Tesla are making advances toward bringing the benefits of this growth back to the United States, a large majority of currently-available lithium ion batteries and related products are imported from factories in China and Southeast Asia.

The dangers of substandard lithium ion batteries are well documented. Despite the fact that roughly 30 percent of the 5.5 billion cell phone batteries produced each year are shipped by air, according to a report by the Insurance Journal, an increasing number of passenger and freight airlines – including both United Airlines (NYSE: UAL) and Delta (NYSE: DAL) – have taken steps to ban bulk shipments of lithium ion batteries following reports that these storage solutions contributed to fires that destroyed two Boeing (NYSE: BA) 787 cargo planes in 2014. While the exact cause of these fires has yet to be identified, the National Transportation Safety Board openly criticized Boeing and its battery manufacturer for the faults.

In a 2013 article ( published by Forbes, contributor Steve Denning summarized one potential issue observed in the manufacturing process of the Boeing 787.

“Some degree of outsourcing in other countries—i.e. offshoring—is an inevitable aspect of manufacturing a complex product like an airplane, because some expertise exists only in foreign countries. For example, the capacity to manufacture Lithium-ion batteries lies outside the U.S.,” Denning stated in the article. “While there is nothing in principle wrong with necessary offshoring, the cultural and language differences and the physical distances involved in a lengthy supply chain create additional risks. Mitigating them requires substantial and continuing communications with the suppliers and on-site involvement, thereby generating additional cost.”

This practice of offshoring lithium ion battery manufacturing has led to additional quality and safety concerns in recent months. During the final months of 2015, hoverboards were established as the go-to gift for the holiday season. However, improperly manufactured lithium ion batteries and substandard quality control transformed this futuristic gift into a nightmare for dozens of families around the globe (

Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: OGES) is taking a proactive approach to combatting the dangers of some internationally-produced stored energy products by commercializing a full line of ‘Made in the USA’ lithium ion battery solutions. The company’s products – including its Pro Series, Patriot Series, Freedom Series and Liberty Series – are designed, manufactured and tested to strict standards directly from its state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Brevard Country, Florida. In the coming months, Oakridge expects to install more than 2.6 gigawatt-hours of production capacity for U.S.-manufactured electrodes, cells and batteries, creating an affordable, competitive product that gives families and businesses an opportunity to support the local economy.

With an experienced management team in place and a detailed company roadmap outlining plans to increase its presence in the rapidly expanding lithium ion battery market, Oakridge is well-positioned to usher in a new era in battery manufacturing as a leader in the ongoing ‘on-shoring’ movement. Look for the company to continue expanding upon its product line in the coming months in an effort to promote strong, sustainable returns for shareholders.

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. Message Board

Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) Nutritionist Contributes Health and Wellness Tips in Z Living Article

Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK) continued to make progress toward increasing awareness of its innovative suite of mobile apps last week when it was named in an article published on Z Living, a leading network for health and wellness programming. In the article, titled “Foods That Sneak Sugar Into Your Weight-Loss Meal Plan,” author Menaka Warrier examines the effects of cutting out sugar when attempting to shed a few pounds. Victoria Brodsky, head of nutrition for Content Checked, contributed helpful advice regarding the true benefits of sugar-free and low-fat foods.

In the article, Brodsky warns that “sugar-free foods lure us with the prospect of eating sweets and maintaining that waistline, but over-indulging in them can be counterproductive… Their unnatural makeup of delivering sugar without the calories promotes metabolic dysfunction which causes you to store fat and leads to an increase in appetite.” Along with this advice, the article features a link to a selection of posts on the Content Checked website which provides additional information about limiting sugar intake and promoting a healthier lifestyle.

To view the full article, visit

Z Living is dedicated to showcasing the best of healthy lifestyle and wellness entertainment across multiple mediums – including television, the internet and on-demand streaming networks. The network’s website attracts an audience of more than 36,000 unique month visitors with a regularly updated selection of articles focusing on beauty, fitness, food and healthy lifestyle inspiration.

In recent weeks, Content Checked has leveraged the marketability of its suite of nutrition-based mobile apps – including ContentChecked, MigraineChecked and SugarChecked – to secure coverage in an assortment of popular blogs and news sites. Through these efforts, in addition to a planned rebranding of its products to be unveiled in the coming weeks, the company aims to increase its market share while continuing to improve the lives of individuals with specific dietary preferences or food-related allergies.

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: ContentChecked Holdings Inc. Message Board

OncBioMune Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OBMP) Preparing to Commence Phase II Clinical Study of ProscaVax™ Cancer Vaccine

OncBioMune Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OTCQB: OBMP) is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company engaged in the development of novel cancer immunotherapy products. The company’s lead product candidate, ProscaVax™, is a novel prostate cancer vaccine that’s scheduled to commence a phase II clinical trial in the coming weeks after recording promising results in its phase I clinical trial, which was completed late last year.

Unlike many leading treatment options, ProscaVax is being developed to treat prostate cancer in its early stages, allowing patients to build up an immunity that helps their bodies combat the disease with little or no toxicity. OncBioMune’s revolutionary technology introduces molecules known as antigens into the body in order to stimulate an aggressive immune response before the cancer becomes too advanced. In its phase I clinical trial of ProscaVax, an impressive 70 percent of patients who received three vaccines demonstrated increased immune response to prostate-specific antigen (PSA), a protein produced by cells of the prostate gland that can aid in the early detection of prostate cancer. This result, in addition to the candidate’s exemplary safety profile, bodes well for ProscaVax moving forward.

Leveraging a proprietary vaccine technology designed to boost the immune system’s natural ability to protect the body, ProscaVax is expected to be marketable and extremely profitable upon FDA approval, potentially becoming the standard of care for prostate cancer treatment. According to data from the American Cancer Society, about 220,800 new cases of prostate cancer were diagnosed in the United States last year. In total, the disease accounts for more than 27,500 deaths each year, making it the second leading cause of cancer death in American men.

Despite its prevalence, prostate cancer remains one of the most survivable forms of cancer, with a 10-year survival rate of roughly 98 percent in cases discovered in the local or regional stages. However, survivability is greatly impacted if the disease goes undetected into an advanced stage. In cases where prostate cancer has spread to bones, organs or distant lymph nodes, the five-year survival rate drops from nearly 100 percent to just 28 percent, according to ZERO. This statistic further highlights the potential benefit of ProscaVax, particularly in early stage prostate cancer cases.

Leading market research firm BCC Research valued the global market for the prevention and treatment of prostate cancer at $26.1 billion in 2011, and the firm forecasts the market to surpass $50 billion by next year. This growth will be led by the drug therapeutics sector, which is expected to sustain an 18 percent compound annual growth rate through 2017. As OncBioMune prepares to commence its phase II clinical trial of ProscaVax, this market performance could foreshadow an opportunity for the company to achieve strong financial growth following FDA approval and commercialization of its innovative treatment option.

Through an agreement with Lincoln Park Capital Fund, OncBioMune has secured $10 million in funding with which to help finance the upcoming phase II clinical study of ProscaVax. This strong cash position, along with the early promise of the company’s cancer vaccine technologies, makes OncBioMune an attractive play in the rapidly evolving oncology space.

For more information, visit

Let QualityStocks Help You Navigate the Small Cap Market Terrain

Simply put, the small cap market is huge. Nearly 8 out of 10 companies that publicly trade in the United States have a market capitalization of less than $500 million. A surprising 40% of the businesses that trade on Nasdaq have a market capitalization of less than $250 million.

Yet these companies get very little if any analyst research coverage on Wall Street. You may have 52 analysts covering a $468 billion company like Apple, but practically no one covering the small cap company. The investment news media consisting of broadcasts media like CNBC or the magazines and financial newspapers also rarely mention small caps. As a result, the small cap’s stock price rarely reflects the company’s future prospects.

Yet small companies are the true leaders of innovation and creativity. Large companies are bureaucratic monstrosities. Think of the film Office Space where computer engineers stuck in cubicles feel their creativity is stifled while they are focused on pleasing middle management writing Testing Procedure Specification (TPS) reports. Large corporations have become totalitarian work environments where the CEOs are acting as dictators looking over Stalinesque bureaucracies and even their brightest staff members feel as if they are merely renting themselves to the company for a living. The large organizational hierarchies of big cap companies are slow in making decisions and require sticking to established stagnant procedures. Startups require innovative entrepreneurs, and that typically isn’t in a job description for a large company. An innovative entrepreneur would most likely be deemed a threat by corporate middle management.

Small cap companies are hampered by little if any bureaucracy and this leads to rapid decision making, fast adaptability to quick changing markets, and a willingness to take on the risk of new ideas. Large companies sometimes throw large amounts of money to innovate and get nowhere due to ineffective internal communication within their own departments. Clear communication among internal staff and a lack of funds triggers small companies to come up with different, unique, solutions to solve the problems that lead to innovations.

Small cap entrepreneurs are the visionary business people that do market research, create business plans, seek out investors and financing, and then strive to create products and services that utilize a country’s resources. They are the true job creators, and not the management of large corporations that seek to enhance profits by off-shoring labor or replacing people with automation. They are the value waiting to be unlocked in the small cap market.

Let QualityStocks become your portal to small cap investment success

QualityStocks can be your first step to researching small companies on the leading edge of entrepreneurial innovation.

For over 8 years, QualityStocks free daily newsletter has been providing quality investment ideas to small cap investors. QualityStocks delivers the only newsletter tracking the stock tips of hundreds of other investment newsletters, and providing a ‘One-Stop Look’ at the daily highlights of the small cap market. Once you begin subscribing to the QualityStocks daily newsletter, you will wonder how you ever managed without it.

For a free subscription, visit

Let us hear your thoughts below:

Content Checked Holdings, Inc.’s (CNCK) SugarChecked App Featured in Article on #LatinaGeeks

February 10, 2016

Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK), the company behind the innovative ContentChecked, MigraineChecked and SugarChecked mobile applications, has made tremendous strides toward increasing its brand awareness in recent months by contributing helpful tidbits for living a healthier life in articles on some of the web’s top nutrition- and technology-focused news sites. Earlier this week, the company built on this progress when SugarChecked, an app that identifies four main types of sugars in products with a quick and easy barcode scan, was featured in an in-depth review article by social media and technology news site #LatinaGeeks.

In the review, Tanya M. Salcido, a #LatinaGeeks contributor, takes a closer look at the benefits of using the SugarChecked app, which she refers to as “having your own team of specialists in the palm of your hands.” After quickly discussing some of the biggest advantages of using Content Checked’s convenient shopping assistant – including the option to set personalized dietary suggestions, receive multiple healthy alternatives to sugary products and search through a database of nutritional recipes – Salcido added an impressive list of standout features offered in SugarChecked, including the fact that it is now free to download in both Google Play and the App Store.

To view the full article, visit

Founded in 2013, #LatinaGeeks is an influential site within the Hispanic community. Its target audience is made up primarily of early adopters, social media enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, influencers, branding experts, marketing pros, Web 2.0 aficionados and technology addicts. The site has a strong social media presence – including thousands of likes and followers on Facebook and Twitter.

By continuing to secure coverage in popular media outlets, Content Checked is progressing toward its goal of uplisting to the NASDAQ or NYSE in the coming months. In a letter to shareholders, Kris Finstad, chairman and chief executive officer of Content Checked, highlighted uplisting to a major exchange as a primary goal for the company in 2016. As part of this effort, Content Checked plans to unveil a relaunch and rebrand of its products in March, introducing a new, subscription-based revenue model designed to meet the evolving preferences of its growing user base.

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: ContentChecked Holdings Inc. Message Board

Lightlake Therapeutics, Inc. (LLTP) Targeting Addictions and Related Disorders with Platform of Innovative Intranasal Naloxone Solutions

Lightlake Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: LLTP) is a specialty pharmaceutical company engaged in the development of pharmacological treatments for substance abuse, addiction and eating disorders. In December 2014, the company entered into a global licensing deal with a subsidiary of Adapt Pharma Limited to develop and commercialize Lightlake’s innovative intranasal naloxone opioid overdose reversal treatment, NARCAN® Nasal Spray. As per the terms of this deal, Lightlake could receive potential development and sales milestone payments totaling more than $55 million – including a $2 million milestone payment following FDA approval and a $2.5 million milestone payment following the first commercial sale of NARCAN in the U.S. – in addition to double-digit royalty fees.

In November 2015, NARCAN was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the emergency treatment of known or suspected opioid overdose. This approval marked the first time that naloxone –the trusted choice of healthcare providers to reverse the effects of opioid overdose for more than 40 years – was approved for distribution in the U.S. in a non-injection delivery method. Since its approval, momentum to increase access to naloxone has been on the rise. Late last year, President Obama included a call to make naloxone more readily available as part of a major initiative to address the nation’s opioid epidemic.

The commercial potential of NARCAN, to be marketed by Adapt, is expansive. In 2013, opioid overdose related deaths claimed nearly 24,500 lives in the U.S., accounting for roughly 52 percent of all drug overdose deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In total, prescription opioid abuse costs accounted for approximately $55.7 billion in 2007, with about 45 percent of all spending attributed to healthcare expenses.

In addition to its efforts to address the domestic opioid crisis, Lightlake has also completed a phase II clinical trial for its naloxone nasal spray to treat binge eating disorder (BED), a condition resulting in a lack of control when eating foods that are high in sugar, fat or salt. According to clinical data, the company’s nasal spray is well-suited to treating BED because it remains in the brain for two hours – the duration of a typical binge – without inducing negative side effects, such as a loss of interest in exercise, which are common with long-lasting opioid antagonists like naltrexone and nalmefene. Lightlake has also announced plans to conduct a Cocaine Use Disorder study in collaboration with the National Institute of Drug Abuse in the future.

With President Obama allocating $133 million toward the opioid epidemic in 2016 and guidelines from the Department of Health suggesting that naloxone could eventually become a standard script accompanying the more than 240 million opioid prescriptions written every year in the U.S., Lightlake, through its licensing deal with Adapt, is well positioned to record strong financial growth in the months to come. Look for the company to benefit from royalties stemming from this licensing agreement as it continues to advance its promising clinical pipeline targeting the treatment of BED and cocaine use disorder.

For more information, visit

Halitron, Inc. (HAON) Follows Strategic Business Model to Acquire PRD Holdings and PiecesInPlaces

Aligned with its business model to acquire and roll-up sales, marketing, and manufacturing companies, Halitron, Inc. (OTC: HAON) this morning announced its fourth and fifth acquisitions since 2015: PRD Holdings, Inc., a U.S. holding company for a Mexico-based factory; and PiecesInPlaces, a leading direct marketing brand.

PRD Holdings owns several factory investments in Mexico. These factories produce a wide array of products utilizing base materials in the print industry, as well as plastic-based product lines. The 12,000-square-foot main factory is located just a few miles over the border from San Diego, California, where 20 employees and a diverse line of equipment are capable of producing over $20 million in annual sales at full capacity.

In the $150,000 stock acquisition of PRD Holdings, Halitron purchased the corporation, equipment, raw material, finished goods and the know-how within a “very talented management team and employee base to produce goods with high quality at low costs.”

“PRD Holdings Inc. improves gross profits by over 35% with the acquisition,” Halitron CEO Bernard Findley stated in the news release. “We are now vertically integrated and can operate at very attractive margins due to a number of key factors including low labor rates, NAFTA, and distribution costs.”

Halitron also acquired the PiecesInPlaces brand in an asset sale from Plastic Retail Displays, LLC for an additional $27,895 and 4,016,469 in restricted common stock. PiecesInPlaces primarily sells vinyl file folders, pages and pouches to medical, dental and manufacturing businesses looking for ways to efficiently and safely transport important documents throughout an operational process.

In this transaction, Halitron acquired assets including a customer list totaling over 40,657 customers, the website, and digital artwork files utilized for print and email blast campaigns. Halitron said it expects the acquisition to add an additional 35% gross profit margin by manufacturing the products it sells to the end user.

“NDG Holdings Inc., a digital marketing acquisition from January 2015, will be able to grow the brand dramatically over the coming years. NDG Holdings maintains a strong analytical focus specifically on digital marketing which has a solid synergy with PiecesInPlaces,” Findley stated.

With these new acquisitions, Halitron said it is on pace to generate over $10 million in sales over the next three years, including its current pipeline of acquisitions.

For more information, visit the company’s website at

Cherubim Interests, Inc. (CHIT) Cultivates Growth with its BudCube Cultivation System

The controlled environment agricultural (CEA) landscape is looking greener as attitudes warm toward cannabis use in the United States. A recent survey ( by the PewResearchCenter found that 53 percent of Americans would like to see cannabis legalized. CEA systems can range from simple, low-tech devices such as row covers to high-tech greenhouses that are controlled by computers. Typically, CEA facilities are employed in growing vegetables and flowers, and, according to a TechNewsWorld article (, the four main CEA crops are cucumber, lettuce, peppers and tomato. Even astronauts floating around on the International Space Station have tried their hands at CEA, growing ‘leafy greens both to eat and to advance scientific knowledge.’ Now, cannabis growers are embracing CEA methods with open arms.

The big advantage of CEA is, of course, that the grower can escape the vagaries of weather, but one other salient feature of CEA is security, particularly with a crop such as cannabis. Although praedial larceny is not as prevalent as it was in the days of the Wild West, it’s very likely that cannabis crops may pose a temptation to today’s ‘rustlers’. A recent NPR story ( reports that cattle rustling is making a comeback in certain parts of the country, driven by the high price of beef and the spread of substance abuse. These are factors that, undoubtedly, will bear on cannabis farming.

The BudCube Cultivation System will obviate such theft since it operates in a protected indoor environment. A single BudCube Unit is around 800 sq. ft. and will produce two crops of 20 plants per crop within six months. The first crop can be harvested at 14 weeks, with the second following after an additional 12 weeks. Cherubim Interests, Inc. (OTC: CHIT) estimates that one plant will yield an average of one pound of product with a market price of $1,700 a pound, providing gross revenues of $68,000. Another great advantage of the BudCube Cultivation System is that it will generate revenues in just over three months’ time.

As the social and political environment eases its hostility to the use of cannabis, Cherubim is set to strike while the iron is hot. A Reuters report ( last year stated that Georgia had enacted a law legalizing the use of marijuana for medical purposes. To date, according to, 23 states and the District of Columbia have legalized cannabis for medical use. Georgia will soon bring that number to 24. Additionally, four states – including Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington – and the District of Columbia also allow the recreational use of cannabis.

According to Leafly, the online information resource devoted to news on the cannabis industry, ‘Legislators in Georgia, Illinois, Wyoming, and Virginia are all seeking to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of cannabis, and… New Mexico is trying to join four other states (and one district) by legalizing cannabis in 2016’. Missouri has also passed a decriminalization law which is due to take effect on January 1, 2017. Decriminalization is not the same thing as legalization. Decriminalization means that possession and use of cannabis will not be treated as criminal offenses but may still carry penalties.

Cherubim, which, through subsidiary BudCube Cultivation Systems USA, is developing and marketing the BudCube units, invests in undervalued real estate assets in order to create safer living environments and promote more desirable lifestyles for future generations. The company specializes in a full array of development activities – including due diligence, acquisition, planning, construction, renovation and property management – allowing it to upgrade assets to their full market potential while providing a substantial return to investors.

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: Cherubim Interests, Inc. Message Board

Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Gaining Exposure and Increasing Brand Awareness


A pioneer in children’s play spaces, the Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTCQB: GIGL) restaurants promise organic food and tons of fun for everyone. This innovative restaurant concept was created by Joey and Dorsa Parsi in 2008 after realizing there weren’t any kid-friendly eateries around that offered healthy foods. Eight years later, Giggles N’ Hugs has expanded to three California locations in Century City, Woodland Hills, and Glendale. Each location is housed inside a shopping mall, which guarantees plenty of foot traffic. The company hopes to expand its reach across the United States through marketing, branded merchandise, and happy customers.

This past January, Giggles N’ Hugs was featured on KTLA 5 Morning News, a Los Angeles news program. The program showcased three of the most popular party themes that the restaurant offers: disco, superheroes, and the classic luau. Reporter Wendy Birch danced her way through a disco-themed party for a one year old to the hip tunes of Disco Joe. KTLA promoted Giggles N’ Hugs by demonstrating how much fun these parties can be for children while promising a stress-free planning process for parents.

Giggles N’ Hugs offers a hassle-free way of celebrating a child’s birthday by having themed party options, healthy foods, and a variety of entertainment at an affordable price point. Parents have the power to customize every facet of the day, including the size of the party with options such as VIP, Private, or Semi-Private. Then the child has his or her choice of a fantastic theme like superheroes, princess, dinosaurs, jungle, and more. Parents can also rest easy knowing that their children are getting fresh and healthy meals that use local ingredients without antibiotics or hormones. For added fun, the 2,000 square foot play area comes alive with entertainment such as concerts, magic shows, puppets, crafts, face painting, and karaoke.

With its fan base continuously growing, Giggles N’ Hugs will likely launch itself across the nation in the near future. Westfield Corp. (OTC: WEFIF), one of the nation’s largest mall operators, has even made its entire portfolio available for future restaurant locations. At this rate, parents everywhere will soon be able to enjoy a wholesome birthday party for their youngster without the headache.

Learn more by visiting

Let us hear your thoughts: Giggles ‘N Hugs, Inc. Message Board

Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) Empowers Consumers

After a triumphant initial launch of its ContentChecked app, Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK) is looking ahead. The company has set its sights on a wider release of its ContentChecked app and its other apps (SugarChecked and MigraineChecked) in order to further its impact.

What problem is Content Checked interested in solving? The company is developing smartphone applications for use by U.S. residents suffering from food allergies and intolerances, as well as migraine and chronic headaches. In the years since its establishment in 2013, the California-based company has conceived and introduced the ContentChecked, MigraineChecked and SugarChecked smartphone apps to the public and, as a result, created an innovative marketplace for people with dietary restrictions and the institutions who cater to them.

Content Checked continues to leverage and promote the effectiveness of its current apps, including its most recent addition, SugarChecked. How exactly does SugarChecked work? SugarChecked is an easy shopping tool for consumers who are interested in decoding often-misleading food labels and receiving recommendations for healthier alternative products in real time as they shop.

The app, which is available in the iPhone App Store and Google Play Store, allows consumers to use their smartphones to scan the barcode on a food item. It then highlights the sugar content of that item and the forms sugar will take if it is consumed. The app specifically identifies the four main types of sugars that consumers can avoid, including added sugars, artificial sweeteners, natural low-calorie sweeteners and sugar alcohols, and all of this comprehensive sugar content information is fact checked by a team of nutritionists. Then, if the item is unsuitable for the user, based on his or her dietary preferences, the app suggests a host of alternatives from an extensive food database.

SugarChecked empowers consumers. It gives them the ability to scan the barcodes of grocery store products and determine what kind of sugars they contained. It also educates them on their options and why they may want to avoid certain food items. In doing this, the app is geared toward meeting the needs of millions of people in the United States who suffer from dietary restrictions, wish to maintain a low sugar diet and want to avoid unwelcome, hidden ingredients.

In addition to serving consumers, SugarChecked also serves food producers. It has given food producers a vital way to showcase their products to consumers who are actively seeking those types of products, and it does so at the point of purchase.

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: ContentChecked Holdings Inc. Message Board

GTX Corp. (GTXO) Wearable Tracking Solution and Value Proposition on Display at 2nd Annual Innovations Investor Conference

GTX Corp. (OTC: GTXO) centers its efforts on providing people with the peace of mind of knowing where their loved ones are at any given time. A provider of wearable monitoring and tracking solutions using GPS, Cellular and BLE technology, GTXO delivers a value proposition to investors and consumers alike that is both compelling and affordable in today’s upward trending wearable technology space. Caregivers to those inflicted with Alzheimer’s are among the many natural beneficiaries.

Using GTXO’s GPS SmartSole, caregivers know that there’s no longer a need to remember to carry a separate tracking device, since the SmartSole resides within the shoe. You can track their location through any smartphone, tablet or web browser and set up text and e-mail alerts if they leave or enter defined areas on a map. The GPS SmartSole provides peace of mind for family members and those caring for the millions of people suffering from memory impairment and conditions that cause them to wander, which can be caused by a variety of cognitive memory disabilities.

The company is poised to present at this year’s upcoming 2nd Annual Innovations Investor Conference, February 22, 2016. This year’s forum is designed to enable emerging public and private companies to showcase their products, services and programs. The environment is one in which companies can exchange ideas with potential strategic partners, present their technologies and network with private and institutional investors.

Current and prospective investors can meet GTXO company leaders and converse about their plans for 2016 at a Shareholder Meeting being held on February 23, 2016.

In a recent news release, Patrick Bertagna, chief executive officer of GTXO, stated, “We plan to discuss a host of topics, including: the size and scope of our market and some new markets we are exploring, our technology roadmap and where we see the industry going, our channels of distributions and our recent expansion in Latin America. We plan to demonstrate the significance of our global partnerships and how the collective of these alliances are contributing to our growth and value proposition. We will discuss some of the recent insurance reimbursement codes and government vendor numbers we have been issued. And we will also discuss our IP portfolio and the recent patents we were granted from the family tree of patent 286, including how this affects our position in the multibillion dollar wearables industry. We look forward to seeing you in South Florida as we have a lot to talk about at the conference and more in depth at the shareholder meeting.”

Conference Information: Monday, February 22, 2016, at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach, presented by SeeThruEquity and The Brewer Group.

Shareholder Meeting Information: Tuesday, February 23, 2015, at 10:30 a.m. at the Parkland Golf & Country Club, located at 10001 Old Club Rd, Parkland, Florida, 33076. Shareholders who have not yet registered are encouraged to do so by February 15, 2016, by clicking on the investor page at

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: GTX Corp. Message Board

Avant Diagnostics (AVDX): Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer Increases Survival Rates by Five Times

February 9, 2016

The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2016, about 22,280 new cases of ovarian cancer will be diagnosed and 14,240 women will die of ovarian cancer in the U.S. Mortality rates for ovarian cancer have declined only slightly in the forty years since the “War on Cancer” was declared. However, other cancers have shown a much greater reduction in mortality, due to the availability of early detection tests and improved treatments. The Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) Program reported that in 2012 in the U.S. approximately 192,446 women were alive who had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer (including those who had been cured of the disease).

Early detection of cancer is the key to using the medicines available today to battle cancer and give the patient the best chance of beating this horrible disease and getting back to a normal life. Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (OTCQB: AVDX) has undertaken this heroic challenge with its OvaDx Pre-Symptomatic Ovarian Cancer Screening Test.

OvaDx is a sophisticated microarray-based test that measures the activation of the immune system in blood samples in response to early stage ovarian tumor cell development. Upon commercialization, it’s estimated that the market opportunity for OvaDX could be $50 million annually as a diagnostic test for ovarian cancer, and it could expand to over $2 billion if the test were to be approved as a generalized screening and/or monitoring tool.

Some form of cancer has affected almost every family in the U.S. either personally or through a member of their immediate family. The common denominator between cancer and any ailment is that the earlier it is detected, the better your chances of survival. Continual monitoring of treatment coupled with early detection can better the odds significantly and prolong your lifespan. If someone gets tested regularly and detects ovarian cancer early, their five-year survival rate is 93 percent compared to a five-year survival rate of only 18 percent if detected in the later stages.

For more information, visit the company website at

Let us hear your thoughts: Avant Diagnostics, Inc. Message Board

Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. (TRCH) is “One to Watch”

Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. (NASDAQ: TRCH) is a high growth oil and gas Exploration and Production (E&P) company primarily focused on the acquisition and development of highly profitable domestic oil fields. Leveraging a diverse portfolio, carefully selected interests, and a strong management team are pillars of Torchlight’s broader success strategy.

The company maintains a diversified energy portfolio by holding interests in numerous projects in multiple established plays, and it currently holds interests in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, where its targets are established plays such as the Wolf Penn, Eagle Ford Shale, Mississippi Limestone and Hunton Limestone trends.

Torchlight is currently moving forward on the next phase of drilling on three new wells in its Orogrande Project in West Texas, where the company owns a 47.5% working interest on 168,000 acres alongside Founders Oil and Gas, LLC. Torchlight drilled the Rich A-11 well (6,091 feet) on the Orogrande Project in March last year and subsequently executed a $50 million JV farm-out agreement with Midland, Texas-based Founders Oil and Gas, who initiated frac work on the well in November.

The Marcelina Creek Project in South Texas, with its prime access to the Austin Chalk, Buda, and Eagle Ford formations, is surrounded on all four sides by leading Eagle Ford producers. Torchlight’s Johnson #4 well was recently re-entered and drilled laterally to approximately 2500 feet in the Austin Chalk Formation. With more than 20 additional drilling locations on its Marcelina Creek Asset, the project has the potential to positively impact cash flows and production sustainability.

Torchlight’s executive team and board of directors are led by CEO John Brda and COO Willard McAndrew III. Combined they have over 50 years of experience in the oil and gas industry as executives, investors and consultants to the industry. Their knowledge base includes all aspects of the business, including: operations, mid stream, capital formation, purchase and sale of assets, re-entries, investor relations and oil and gas consulting for public and private companies.

Key Investment Highlights:

  • Defined strategy targets highly profitable oil fields in the United States
  • Diversified energy portfolio enables projects in multiple established plays
  • Primary focus on interest in major Orogrande Basin discovery in West Texas
  • Strong management team with vast, relevant experience in energy industry

For more information on the company, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. Message Board

Stellar Biotechnologies, Inc. (SBOT) Releases Financial Results for Fiscal Quarter Ended December 31, 2015

On Monday, Stellar Biotechnologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: SBOT) (TSX-V: KLH), the leader in the sustainable manufacture of Keyhole Limpet Hemocyanin (KLH), announced its financial results for its first fiscal quarter ended December 31, 2015. According to the report, the company successfully leveraged the increased visibility and improved access to institutional investors provided by its recent uplisting to the NASDAQ Capital Market (completed on November 5, 2015) to drive a 130 percent year-over-year increase in quarterly revenue.

“We are pleased to report good momentum heading into 2016, with what we believe are positive indicators for our core KLH business,” Frank Oakes, president, chief executive officer and chairman of Stellar, stated in the news release. “We are focusing on continuing to increase sales revenue, and we are working to expand our commercial and clinical opportunities with new collaborations.”

One such collaboration was proposed on January 20, 2016, in the form of a joint venture between Stellar and Neovacs, S.A, a leading biotechnology firm focused on an active immunotherapy technology platform (Kinoids) with applications in autoimmune and/or inflammatory diseases. The purpose of this proposed joint venture is to produce Neovacs’ Kinoid product candidates using Stellar’s KLH. The term sheet also outlined the possibility of manufacturing other KLH-based immunotherapies on behalf of third party customers in the future. As of writing, this proposed joint venture has yet to be consummated.

Additional highlights from Stellar’s financial report include:

  • The company generated total revenues of $488,160 for the three months ended December 31, 2015, compared to $212,661 for the three months ended December 31, 2014
  • Total expenses for the quarter were $1.8 million, compared to $1.5 million for the same period in 2014; the company attributed this increase to a combination of NASDAQ listing fees, compensation increases, increased share-based compensation and increased investor relations activity
  • Stellar’s working capital as of December 31, 2015, was $8.97 million, compared to working capital of $7.49 million as of September 30, 2015
  • The company maintained positive shareholders’ equity of $9.6 million and approximately 8.45 million shares outstanding as of December 31, 2015, compared to shareholders’ equity of $8.0 million and approximately 7.98 million shares outstanding at September 30, 2015

To view the full financial report, visit

Stellar has applied decades of specialized aquaculture science to a pharmaceutical industry challenge, creating the only KLH production facility of its kind in the world and establishing itself as the world leader in the sustainable manufacture of this important immune-stimulating molecule. The company’s customers and partners include multinational pharmaceutical companies, renowned research centers, and developers of active immunotherapies and therapeutic vaccines.

For more information, visit and

Goldman Sachs Zinc Forecast Could Put Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (SMRS) on the Map

Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (OTC: SMRS), a microcap mining company, focuses its efforts on acquiring mineral properties and then developing them into major producing mines. The company plans to continue its upward growth through these acquisitions. Star Mountain Resources is currently developing operations to restart its Balmat zinc mining operation in St. Lawrence County, New York. This venture would turn the company into an active mining producer rather than a junior explorer. In November 2015, the company acquired Northern Zinc, LLC, a private company, and closed on the acquisition of the Balmat Holding Corporation from Hudbay Minerals, which gave Star Mountain Resources access to the Balmat zinc mine, a high-quality mineral asset.

According to Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS), zinc is making a comeback by rallying 18% of mid-January lows at around $1,445. The mineral is making back most of the 20% loss it suffered in 2015. Last year, metal slumped 26% with China’s economic slowdown limiting the demand for metals. However, so far this year, zinc has the strongest “bull case” of all the base metals, because mine depletion and production cutbacks will tighten the supply even more, thus driving up prices. With zinc gaining 6.8% on the London Minerals Exchange in February alone, Goldman Sachs predicts that in twelve months the price of zinc will be $1,800 a ton.

In a recent report, Goldman Sachs analysts stated, “Against the backdrop of still significant short metals positioning (particularly copper and aluminum), we reiterate that the recent stabilization of the GS China Metals Consumption Index, the upcoming seasonal improvement in metals demand (post Chinese New Year), China State stockpiling, and potential further capacity closures could be catalysts for a short covering rally near term.”

The ICBC Standard Bank expects the global surplus of zinc to be greatly diminished this year, resulting in a deficit for 2017. This deficit in zinc will cause higher prices within the global metal market due to lack of substantial resources. These escalating zinc prices bode well for Star Mountain Resources as the company approaches the recommencement of mining operations at the Balmat zinc mine.

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: Star Mountain Resources Inc. Message Board

International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Eyes Growth through Partnerships to Develop Therapeutic and Biomedical Products Worldwide

International Stem Cell Corp. (OTCQB: ISCO) builds shareholder value through the development of restorative medicine using stem cell technology. Through its innovative parthenogenesis technology, the company makes use of human stem cells from unfertilized oocytes (eggs), bypassing common ethical controversy that accompanies the destruction of the viable human embryo. Additionally, the company works with subsidiaries Lifeline Skin Technology and Lifeline Skin Care in the area of skin rejuvenation on a product that contains a nano-compound that facilitates the replenishment of the skin’s texture and elasticity.

Evidence of the company’s resolve to be a leader in the field of restorative medicine can be found in a recent partnership with The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, one of the world’s leading brain research centers. The agreement calls for the team to launch Phase I/IIa clinical trials research on the effects of human parthenogenetic stem cells in people with Parkinson’s disease.

The credibility The Florey Institute brings to ISCO’s mission to build shareholder value cannot be understated. The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health is one of the world’s leading brain research centers, employing a staff of over 500. The center’s scientists comprise the largest neuroscience research team in Australia. Its work is conducted on a range of serious diseases, including stroke, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, traumatic brain and spinal cord injury, depression, multiple sclerosis, Huntington’s disease, motor neuron disease, schizophrenia, mental illness and addiction. Further, The Florey is viewed by many as a world leader in imaging technology, stroke rehabilitation and epidemiological studies.

The company’s human cell culture products are made up of adult stem cells and reagents for regenerative medicine aiding in the study of prostate disease, human renal and bladder diseases, human corneal cells present in corneal disease and other cell culture reagents and supplements for the growth, staining, and freezing of human cells. ISCO markets and sells skincare products through its website, channel sales, distributors and human cell culture products through its sales force, OEM partners, and brand distributors. International Stem Cell Corp. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Carlsbad, California.

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: International Stem Cell Corp. Message Board

The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert February 8

On Monday, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Simulations Plus (SLP), which fell more than 10% for the day.

SLP was up almost 66% on the year before today’s drop. With no fundamental news and the market down well over 1%, it’s likely that this move was a sell off related to the current market climate.

There has also been some insider selling. CEO Walter Woltosz dispossessed over 32,000 shares off the open market on January 21, and he sold another 58,000 shares on January 29. This could have also contributed to the recent drop in share price.

With shares well over $8, no one following the Game Plan should be entering new positions. In fact, those with holdings should have sold their remaining holdings as per the Game Plan. $8.92 is 25% off its most recent high.

To learn more about The Bowser Report, visit

Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. (TRCH) Moving Forward with Planning of Next Phase of Drilling on Orogrande Project

February 8, 2016

Earlier today, Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. (NASDAQ: TRCH) announced that the Orogrande Development Committee, which consists of members of the project operator, Torchlight and consulting geologist Rich Masterson, has elected to move forward on planning the next phase of drilling in the Orogrande Project. Following this decision, the project operator is expected to permit three new wells, beginning with the University Founders B-19 #1 well, to be drilled vertically for test purposes. These new wells will be designed with sufficient casing size to support lateral entry into any pay zones encountered during testing – including pay zones previously observed in the existing Cactus well.

“We are pleased that the project operator is underway on next steps in evaluating our Orogrande Project,” Will McAndrew III, chief operating officer of Torchlight, stated in the news release. “Drilling additional test wells is the appropriate next action, providing data necessary for validation of the play and the development plan for the entire 168,000 acres. Our principal strategy is to create control data by strategically placing wells across the acreage and thus creating a development thesis for the entire basin.”

Field operations stemming from this agreement are set to begin within 90 days and in line with the development agreement. Last September, Torchlight announced entry into a definitive agreement with Founders Oil and Gas, LLC of Midland, Texas, through which Founders will contribute $50 million in development capital by 2017 – including a $5 million reimbursement for initial project costs – in exchange for 50 percent working interest in the Orogrande Project. Following the commencement of new drilling operations, Torchlight will receive a payment of $500,000 resulting from this partnership.

“The capital and expertise being provided by our operating partner has set the stage for continued value creation for Torchlight and our shareholders,” concluded McAndrew.

Currently, Torchlight owns 95 percent working interest in the 168,000 acre Orogrande Project, which is located in Hudspeth County, Texas. The company is targeting 1,300 feet of pay at a depth of approximately 4,000 to 6,100 feet. In prior testing, Torchlight utilized the Rich A-11 well to gather key data for its field development thesis, but a poor cement bond discovered during testing prevented a cost-effective production test of the project’s primary pay zones. Repairing these defects was determined to be economically unfeasible, and, as a result, the development committee approved plans for drilling of the next wells with larger casings that can be utilized for both testing and commercial production moving forward.

For more information on the company, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. Message Board

Nutra Pharma Corp.’s (NPHC) 7-year Marketing Exclusivity for Pediatric MS RPI-78M is more than just Luck

In September 2015, Nutra Pharma Corporation (OTCQB: NPHC), in what CEO Rik Deitsch has called “the most substantial event in the history of our drug discovery efforts,” was granted Orphan Status for RPI-78M for the treatment of Juvenile or Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Orphan Status for a drug brings many advantages. It gives the sponsoring company tax credits that may amount to as much as 50% of the development costs attributable to qualified clinical testing. This could include remuneration to employees to supervise, carry out and support qualified clinical testing activities.

Orphan Status can also mean a reduction or exemption from FDA fees. Under various statutes, beginning with the Prescription Drug User Fee Act of 1992 (PDUFA I), the FDA is authorized to assess user and application fees, but it can grant a waiver or deduction of these fees if ‘A waiver or reduction is necessary to protect the public health OR the assessment of the fee would present a significant barrier to innovation because of limited resources available to the person or other circumstances OR the applicant is a small business submitting its first human drug application… for review.’

Orphan Drug status also allows a sponsor exclusive marketing rights for a limited period. Orphan Drug Exclusivity (ODE) is typically for a period of 7 years. After it’s granted, the FDA may not approve applications for generic or second innovator products that contain the same active ingredient and are labeled for the same orphan indication. It may, however, accept such applications, and it may accept and approve applications for drugs having the same active moiety, for a different indication. Also, the FDA may accept and approve a subsequent orphan drug application for the ‘same drug’ and the ‘same orphan indication’, if the applicant demonstrates that the product is ‘clinically superior’, safer, more effective or significantly more convenient than the first drug.’

The Orphan Drug Act was passed by Congress in 1983 to encourage research and development of treatments for rare diseases. An orphan drug is a drug intended to treat a condition affecting fewer than 200,000 persons in the United States, or which will not be profitable within 7 years following approval by the FDA. Orphan status and FDA approval are not the same thing. Orphan status does not mean that the FDA has approved the drug.

The right to marketing exclusivity is a valuable one, as Martin Shkreli and Turing Pharmaceuticals have shown. An enlightening article ( in Science Translational Medicine tells the amazing saga of Daraprim, or pyrimethamine. The drug was approved by the FDA back in 1953 and manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE: GSK), which disposed of its U.S. marketing rights to CorePharma in 2010. CorePharma was later acquired by Impax, which sold Daraprim to Turing for $55 million. In the GlaxoSmithKline days, Daraprim went for about $1 per tablet. After its acquisition by CorePharma, it was selling for around $10 per tablet. Now, Shkreli has appeared before Congress to explain Turing’s decision to raise the price from $13 to $750.

Nutra Pharm has also applied (in December 2015) for Orphan Status for its RPI-78M treatment of myasthenia gravis (MG). In a recent letter to shareholders, Deitsch said, “It is our goal to complete the Phase I/II trials in pediatric MS over the next 18 months and then either move into Phase III trials or seek a licensing partner. As we have always stated, it is our eventual goal over the next several years to market or license our drugs for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis and HIV/AIDS. This represents the true potential of Nutra Pharma as a Bio-Pharmaceutical company.”

For more information on the company, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: Nutra Pharma Corp. Message Board

FlexWeek, Inc. (FXWK): Stay in Vacation Homes around the World for Less than the Cost of Hotels


Almost everyone loves to travel and seek out exotic destinations around the globe. However, accommodations can be such an expensive and unfulfilling experience when staying at hotels that all look the same and are located in the same areas of town. Wouldn’t it be great if we could stay in a luxurious, fully-furnished condo anywhere on the planet for a price that’s much less than the local Hilton (NYSE: HLT)? Well, the good news is that you can, and all you have to do is become a part owner of a timeshare or just have the desire to travel and take advantage of FlexWeek, Inc.’s (OTC: FXWK) innovative and efficient marketplace.

FlexWeek is a global peer-to-peer marketplace that allows timeshare owners to discover, book, and offer unused vacation time directly to the public and other timeshare owners. The company is similar to the very popular $20 billion business model of AirBNB, but FlexWeek is the first and only peer-to-peer marketplace exclusive to fractional vacation ownerships. With FlexWeek, there is no need for costly trading platforms such as Interval International or RCI. Also, since the platform charges booking fees to the renter of the vacation time instead of the property owner, FlexWeek eliminates the cost to the private timeshare owner.

Timeshare sales volume peaked at $10.6 billion in 2007, but then fell significantly in the next two years due to the recession – hitting a floor at $6.3 billion in 2009. Since 2009, the industry has undergone a steady growth period. In 2014, the industry recorded its fifth straight year of sales volume increase. With the industry getting better and more people investing in timeshares, the opportunities for a company like FlexWeek are bountiful. Much like Priceline (NASDAQ: PCLN) facilitates the process of finding the best deals on flights, rental cars, and hotels, FlexWeek makes the experience of finding the best deal on a timeshare anywhere in the world a very easy and affordable undertaking.

Traveling and seeing the different sights and sounds of various cultures should be breathtaking during the day while checking off your itinerary, but why not enjoy some of the comforts of home with a cozy, furnished timeshare for the same or a fraction of the price of an expensive resort or hotel? FlexWeek has the solution for this problem with its worldwide marketplace.

For more information, visit

Let us hear your thoughts: FlexWeek, Inc. Message Board


Select A Month
  • February 2016
  • January 2016
  • December 2015
  • November 2015
  • October 2015
  • September 2015
  • August 2015
  • July 2015
  • June 2015
  • May 2015
  • April 2015
  • March 2015
  • February 2015
  • January 2015
  • December 2014
  • November 2014
  • October 2014
  • September 2014
  • August 2014
  • July 2014
  • June 2014
  • May 2014
  • April 2014
  • March 2014
  • February 2014
  • January 2014
  • December 2013
  • November 2013
  • October 2013
  • September 2013
  • August 2013
  • July 2013
  • June 2013
  • May 2013
  • April 2013
  • March 2013
  • February 2013
  • January 2013
  • December 2012
  • November 2012
  • October 2012
  • September 2012
  • August 2012
  • July 2012
  • June 2012
  • May 2012
  • April 2012
  • March 2012
  • February 2012
  • January 2012
  • December 2011
  • November 2011
  • October 2011
  • September 2011
  • August 2011
  • July 2011
  • June 2011
  • May 2011
  • April 2011
  • March 2011
  • February 2011
  • January 2011
  • December 2010
  • November 2010
  • October 2010
  • September 2010
  • August 2010
  • July 2010
  • June 2010
  • May 2010
  • April 2010
  • March 2010
  • February 2010
  • January 2010
  • December 2009
  • November 2009
  • October 2009
  • September 2009
  • August 2009
  • July 2009
  • June 2009
  • May 2009
  • April 2009
  • March 2009
  • February 2009
  • January 2009
  • December 2008
  • November 2008
  • October 2008
  • September 2008
  • August 2008
  • July 2008
  • June 2008
  • May 2008
  • April 2008
  • March 2008
  • February 2008
  • January 2008
  • December 2007
  • November 2007
  • October 2007
  • September 2007
  • August 2007
  • July 2007
  • June 2007
  • May 2007
  • April 2007
  • March 2007
  • February 2007
  • January 2007
  • December 2006
  • November 2006
  • October 2006
  • September 2006
  • August 2006
  • July 2006
  • June 2006
  • May 2006
  • April 2006
  • March 2006
  • January 2006
  • December 2005
  • October 2005
  • September 2005
  • Search


    Select A Category
  • 21st Century Holding Company TCHC (1)
  • 5BARz International Inc. BARZ (12)
  • 5G Wireless Communications Inc. FGWC (8)
  • A.P. Pharma Inc. APPA (3)
  • Abazias Inc. ABZA (2)
  • ABV Gold ABVG (11)
  • ACME Sports & Entertainment Inc. ASEN (2)
  • Adaptive Medias Inc. ADTM (6)
  • Advanced ID Corp. AIDO (5)
  • Advanced Medical Isotope Corp. ADMD (10)
  • Advanced Resources Group Ltd. AVRG (3)
  • Advanced Viral Research Corp. ADVR (9)
  • Advanced Visual Systems Inc. AVSC (10)
  • Advanced Voice Recognition Systems Inc. AVOI (11)
  • Advanced Wound Technologies Inc. AWTM (4)
  • Advaxis Inc. ADXS (2)
  • Agora Holdings Inc. AGHI (4)
  • Ahead of the Bulls (1)
  • AISystems, Inc. ASYI (11)
  • Aladdin Trading & Company ADTD (29)
  • All American Gold Corp AAGC (13)
  • All Asia Licensing Inc. AASI (1)
  • ALL Fuels & Energy Company AFSE (49)
  • All Grade Mining Inc. HYII (3)
  • All Penny Stocks (3)
  • Allarae Healthcare Inc. ALHI (5)
  • Alliance Creative Group ACGX) (15)
  • Alliance Recovery Corp. ARVY (34)
  • APTD (2)
  • Alpine TLI Group Inc. APGR (7)
  • ALR Technologies Inc. ALRT (9)
  • Alternative Construction Technologies Inc. ACCY (10)
  • Alternative Energy Development Corp. ADEC (1)
  • Alternative Fuel Technology Inc. AFTC (1)
  • Alternet Systems Inc. ALYI (29)
  • AM Oil Resources & Technology Inc. AMOR (8)
  • Amarin Corp. AMRN (2)
  • Amaru Inc. AMRU (2)
  • Amerex Group, Inc AEXG (16)
  • American Capital Partners Inc. APRJ (1)
  • American Fiber Green Products Inc. AFBG (1)
  • American Oriental Bioengineering Inc. AOB (3)
  • American Racing Capital Inc. AMRA (2)
  • American Software (2)
  • Amgen Inc. AMGN (2)
  • AmMex Gold Mining Corp. AMXG (2)
  • Ampex Corp AMPX (1)
  • Andover Medical Inc. ADOV (2)
  • Angstrom Microsystems Inc. AGMS (46)
  • Apolo Gold and Energy Inc. APLL (1)
  • Apple Inc. AAPL (13)
  • Aquasil International Inc. AQUS (3)
  • Armco Metals Holdings Inc. AMCO (36)
  • AspenBio Pharma APPY (1)
  • Assured Pharmacy Inc. APHY (1)
  • Asta Funding Inc. ASFI (2)
  • Atlantic Energy Solutions Inc. AESO (1)
  • ATSI Communications Inc. ATSX (1)
  • Augme Technologies Inc. AUGT (70)
  • Auric Mining Corp. AUMY (3)
  • Automated Vending Technologies Inc. AVTC (3)
  • Automotive Company GNAU (11)
  • Avalon Oil and Gas Inc. AOGN (16)
  • Avant Diagnostics Inc. AVDX (25)
  • Avatar Systems Inc. AVSY (3)
  • Axiom Management Inc. AXMA (3)
  • Axis Technologies Inc. AXTG (2)
  • B2Digital Inc. BTOD (18)
  • Balatia Airlines BLTA (2)
  • Bald Eagle Energy Inc. BEEI (18)
  • Banjo & Matilda Inc. BANJ (8)
  • (4)
  • Beacon Enterprise Solutions Group BEAC (47)
  • Beacon Equity Research (552)
  • Beijing Med-Pharm Corp. BGJP (2)
  • Bergamo Acquisition Corp. BGMO (15)
  • Big Tree Group Inc. BIGG (36)
  • Bio-Clean International Inc. BCLE (1)
  • Bio-Matrix Scientific Group Inc. BMSN (1)
  • BioCentric Energy Holdings Inc. BEHL (1)
  • Biomagnetics Diagnostics Corp. BMGP (3)
  • bioMETRX Inc. BMRX (1)
  • Bionic Products Corp. BNPD (4)
  • Biophan Technologies Inc. BIPH (1)
  • BioSolar Inc. BSRC (22)
  • Biotech Holdings Ltd. BIOHF (3)
  • Inc. BZRT (9)
  • Black Diamond Brands Corp. BDMHF (1)
  • Blue Diamond Ventures Inc. BLDV (1)
  • Blue Water Global Group Inc. BLUU (7)
  • Blugrass Energy Inc. BLUG (4)
  • (1)
  • Boreal Water Collection Inc. BRWC (23)
  • Boston Therapeutics Inc. BTHE (20)
  • Bridgetech Holdings International Inc. BGTH (1)
  • Brighton Oil & Gas Inc. BROG (8)
  • Britannia Mining Inc. BMIN (14)
  • Brite Strike Tactical Illumination Products, Inc. BSTI (41)
  • Brookside Technology Holdings Corp BKSD (2)
  • Bullzi Security Inc. BLLZ (3)
  • BWI Holdings Inc. BWIH (165)
  • Cal-Bay International Inc. CBYI (6)
  • Callisto Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (1)
  • Calpian Inc. CLPI (27)
  • CAMAC Energy Inc. CAK (2)
  • Canam Energy Inc. CNGJ (10)
  • CanAm Uranium Corp. CAUI (58)
  • Cannabics Pharmaceuticals Inc. CNBX (14)
  • Capital City Energy Group Inc. CETG (18)
  • Car Monkeys Group CKMY (15)
  • Carbon Sciences Inc. CABN (21)
  • CardioVascular BioTherapeutics Inc. CVBT (5)
  • Cardium Therapeutics Inc. CXM (44)
  • Cascade Technologies Inc. CSDT (2)
  • Cascadia Investment Inc. CDIN (4)
  • Casey Corp. CCPR (1)
  • Cashcow Magazine (4)
  • Cavico Corp. CVIC (3)
  • CD International Enterprises Inc. CDII (23)
  • CDC Corp. CHINA (4)
  • CelebDirect Inc. CELI (3)
  • Cellceutix Corp. CTIX (18)
  • CellCyte Genetics Corp. CCYG (3)
  • Century Group, Inc. CEYG (1)
  • CEOcast (184)
  • CepTor Corp. CEPO (1)
  • Cereplast Inc. CERP (9)
  • Chancery Resources Inc. CCRY (3)
  • Changing Times Vitamins Inc. SGTB (12)
  • CHDT Corp. CHDO (5)
  • Cherubim Interests Inc. CHIT (35)
  • China 3C Group CHCG (13)
  • China America Holdings Inc. CAAH (8)
  • China Direct Inc. CDS (4)
  • China Education Alliance Inc. CEUA (4)
  • China Energy Recovery Inc. CGYV (12)
  • China Growth Development Inc. CGDI (2)
  • China Health Management Corp CNHC (7)
  • China Health Resource Inc. CHRI (14)
  • China INSOnline Corp. CHIO (1)
  • China Jiangsu Golden Horse Steel Ball Inc. CJGH (3)
  • China Logistics Group Inc. CHLO (11)
  • China Media Group Corp. CHMD (2)
  • China Medicine Corporation CHME (5)
  • China Nuvo Solar Energy Inc. CNUV (3)
  • China Organic Agriculture Inc. CNOA (11)
  • China Petroleum and Chemical Corp. SNP (2)
  • China Voice Holding Corp. CHVC (47)
  • China Wind Systems Inc. CWSI (6)
  • China Wireless Communications Inc. CWLC (4)
  • China Yongxin Pharmaceuticals Inc. CYXN (5)
  • China YouTV Corp. CYTV (1)
  • ChinaTel Group Inc. CHTL (1)
  • ChromaDex Corp. CDXC (3)
  • City Capital Corp. CTCC (2)
  • Cityside Tickets CIST (21)
  • CleanTech BioFuels Inc. CLTH (10)
  • Cleantech Transit Inc. CLNO (3)
  • Clearly Canadian Beverage Corp. CCBEF (13)
  • Cleartronic Inc. CLRI (52)
  • Clenergen Corp. CRGE (37)
  • CMG Holdings Inc. CMGO (2)
  • Coastal Integrated Services Inc. COLV (13)
  • Coil Tubing Technology Inc. CTBG (1)
  • Colorado Goldfields Inc. CGFI (5)
  • Colt Resources Inc. COLTF (13)
  • Columbia River Resources Inc. CRVR (1)
  • CoMedia Corp. CMTN (1)
  • CommercePlanet Inc. CPNE (4)
  • Compress Technologies Inc. CTLG (17)
  • Conforce International Inc. CFRI (2)
  • CAJT (9)
  • Cono Italiano Inc. CNOZ (12)
  • Consorteum Holdings, Inc. CSRH (160)
  • ContentChecked Holdings Inc. CNCK (24)
  • Continental Fuels Inc. CFUL (2)
  • Convergence Technology Group Inc. CNVC (7)
  • Copper King Mining Corp. CPRK (2)
  • Cord Blood America Inc. CBAI (102)
  • Crdentia Corp CRDT (12)
  • Creative Vistas Inc. CVAS (2)
  • Crystal International Travel Group Inc. CINT (4)
  • Cubic Energy Inc. QBC (2)
  • Cybermesh International Corp. CYTL (1)
  • Cyclone Power Technologies Inc. CYPW (9)
  • CYIOS Corp. CYIO (1)
  • Daily Views (13)
  • Dakshidin Corp. DKSC (5)
  • Data Call Technologies Inc. DCLT (25)
  • Daulton Capital Corp. DUCP (26)
  • Davi Skin Inc. DAVN (1)
  • Debt Resolve Inc. DRV (2)
  • Debut Broadcasting Corporation Inc. DBTB (1)
  • Deep Blue Marine Inc. DPBM (6)
  • Deep Down Inc. DPDW (15)
  • Deer Valley Corp. DVLY (2)
  • Defense Solutions Inc. DFSH (3)
  • Delta Mining and Exploration Corp. DMXC (1)
  • Dermisonics Inc. DMSI (1)
  • Destination Television Inc. DSTV (17)
  • Dhanoa Minerals Ltd. DHNA (4)
  • DigitalPost Interactive Inc. DGLP (8)
  • Document Capture Technologies Inc. DCMT (3)
  • DoMark International Inc. DOMK (29)
  • Dominovas Energy Corp. DNRG (49)
  • Dragon Capital Group Corp. DRGV (11)
  • Dragon International Group Corp. DRGG (2)
  • Duma Energy Corp. DUMA (20)
  • Duska Therapeutics Inc. DSKA (1)
  • Dutton Associates (88)
  • DXP Enterprises Inc. DXPE (4)
  • Dynamic Media Holdings Inc. DYMH (6)
  • Dynamic Response Group Inc. DRGP (6)
  • Dynasty Limousine Inc. DNYS (19)
  • Earth Dragon Resources Inc. EARH (10)
  • Eastbridge Investment Group Corp. EBIG (1)
  • Ebenefits Direct, Inc. EBFD (21)
  • eCareer Holdings Inc. ECHI (9)
  • Echo Therapeutics Inc. ECTE (5)
  • EcoloCap Solutions Inc. ECOS (2)
  • Ecologic Transportation Inc. EGCT (11)
  • Ecotality, Inc. ECTY (67)
  • eCrypt Technologies Inc. ECRY (79)
  • EdgeTech International Inc. EGIL (6)
  • eDoorways Corp. EDWY (183)
  • Inc. EFSF (4)
  • EFuel EFN Corp. EFUL (1)
  • EGPI Firecreek Inc. EFIR (1)
  • Elephant Talk Communications Corp. ETAK (6)
  • Elephant Talk Communications Inc. ETAK (2)
  • Elleipsis Global Travel Solutions Inc. EGTS (3)
  • Elray Resources Inc. ELRA (11)
  • Elron Electronic Industries Ltd. ELRN (1)
  • Emerging Media Holdings Inc. EMDH (22)
  • Empire Energy Corporation International EEGC (3)
  • Endeavor Explorations Inc. EAVR (7)
  • Endeavour Silver Corp. EXK (3)
  • Endevco Inc. EDVC (2)
  • Energtek Inc. EGTK (61)
  • Enherent Corp. ENHT (2)
  • EnterConnect Inc. ECNI (5)
  • Enterprise Oilfield Group Inc. E.TO (13)
  • EnXnet Inc. EXNT (1)
  • Epazz Inc. EPAZ (22)
  • Equity Stock Analysis (1)
  • ER Urgent Care Holdings Inc. ERUC (6)
  • ERF Wireless Inc. ERFB (15)
  • Essential Innovations Technology Corp. ESIV (2)
  • Inc. ETLC (3)
  • Euoko Group Inc. EUOK (2)
  • EV Innovations Inc. EVII (189)
  • EV Transportation Inc. EVTP (7)
  • Exchange Media Corp. EXMD (9)
  • Exeter Resource Corp. XRA (2)
  • Expert Group Inc. EXPT (5)
  • ExpressIR Inc. (1)
  • Extreme Motorsports of California, Inc. EMOC (26)
  • ezBanc-A Stocklender's Journal (6)
  • Falcon Crest Energy FCEN (75)
  • Falcon Ridge Development Inc. FCNR (2)
  • Famous Uncle Als Hot Dogs & Grille Inc FDOG (10)
  • Fastfunds Financial Corp. FFFC (17)
  • Financial Media Group, Inc. FNGP (26)
  • Financial Services Exchange FSE (1)
  • First Titan Corp. FTTN (45)
  • FlexWeek Inc. FXWK (6)
  • FluoroPharma Medical Inc. FPMI (46)
  • Foldera, Inc. FDRA (11)
  • Force Energy Corp. FORC (5)
  • FormCap Corp. FRMC (29)
  • Fortune Market Media Inc. FTMM (5)
  • Franklin Mining Inc. FMNJ (1)
  • Freedom Leaf Inc. FRLF (12)
  • Fresh Harvest Products Inc. FRHV (7)
  • Fresh Promise Foods Inc. FPFI (12)
  • Freshstart Properties Inc. FSPP (1)
  • FrogAds Inc. FROG (6)
  • Frozen Food Gift Group Inc. FROZ (5)
  •, Inc. FNDM (56)
  • Fushi Copperweld Inc. FSIN (2)
  • Galenfeha Inc. GLFH (28)
  • Gastar Exploration Ltd. GST (2)
  • Gemini Explorations Inc. GXPI (12)
  • Gen2media Corp. GTWO (2)
  • General Environmental Management Inc. GEVI (56)
  • General Metals Inc. GNMT (1)
  • General Steel Holdings Inc. GSI (3)
  • GeoBio Energy Inc. GBOE (1)
  • GeoEye Inc. GEOY (4)
  • GeoPharma Inc GORX (1)
  • Giggles N’ Hugs Inc. GIGL (54)
  • Global Alumina Corp. GLA.U (1)
  • Global General Technologies Inc. GLGT (1)
  • Global Payout Inc. GOHE (38)
  • Global Realty Development Corp. GRLY (10)
  • Global Resource Corporation GBRC (48)
  • Global Roaming Distribution Inc. GRDB (34)
  • GlobalWise Investments Inc. GWIV (129)
  • GNCC Capital Inc. GNCP (24)
  • Golden West Brewing Company Inc. GWBC (3)
  • GoldSpring Inc. GSPG (4)
  • Google, Inc. GOOG (8)
  • (1)
  • Grandview Gold Inc. GVGDF (2)
  • Gray Publishing & Media, Inc. GPMIJ (15)
  • Graystone Park Enterprises Inc. GPKE (7)
  • Great Plains Holdings Inc. GTPH (28)
  • Green Earth Technologies GETG (1)
  • Green Star Alternative Energy Inc. GSAE (2)
  • Green Star Products Inc. GSPI (2)
  • Green Technology Solutions Inc. (GTSO) (19)
  • Greenbelt Resources Corp. GRCO (1)
  • Greenchek Technology Inc. GCHK (18)
  • GreeneStone Healthcare Corp. GRST (2)
  • Greenstone Holdings Inc. GSHN (2)
  • GRILLiT Inc. GRLT (8)
  • Growblox Sciences Inc. GBLX (24)
  • GT Legend Automotive Holdings Inc. GTLA (2)
  • GTX Corp GTXO (40)
  • Gulf Western Petroleum Corp. GWPC (3)
  • GWS Technologies Inc. GWSC (4)
  • Halcyon Jets Holdings Inc. HJHO (15)
  • Hanover Financial Services (17)
  • Harbin Electric Inc. HRBN (2)
  • Harvey Electronics Inc. HRVE (1)
  • Hasco Medical Inc. HASC (7)
  • Hathway Corp. HWYI (1)
  • HeadsUp Entertainment International Inc. HDUP (3)
  • Healthnostics Inc. HNSO (1)
  • HealthSonix Inc. HSXI (1)
  • HealthSport Inc. HSPO (14)
  • Heartland Inc. HTLG (1)
  • Heartland Oil and Gas Corp. HTOG (7)
  • Hemis Corporation HMSO (19)
  • Hemisphere Gold Inc. HPGI (1)
  • Hemp Inc. HEMP (25)
  • Hendrx Corp. HDRX (1)
  • Hi-Shear Technology Corp. HSR (3)
  • HII Technologies Inc. HIIT (8)
  • Holloman Energy Corp. HENC (2)
  • Holmes Osborne (6)
  • Hologic Inc. HOLX (4)
  • Home Shopping Latino Inc. HSPG (8)
  • Hong Kong Highpower Technology Inc. HPJ (2)
  • HotOTC (61)
  • HotStockChat (3)
  • HotStockMarket (HSM) (3)
  • HST Global Inc. HSTC (11)
  • Hunt Gold Corp. HGLC (32)
  • HWI Global Inc. HWIC (3)
  • Hydrogen Corp. HYDG (1)
  • i-Level Media Group Inc. ILVL (3)
  • i2 Telecom International Inc. ITUI (7)
  • iB3 Networks Inc. IBNW (1)
  • IceWEB Inc. IWEB (5)
  • ICP Solar Technologies Inc. ICPR (3)
  • IDGLOBAL Corp. IDGJ (2)
  • IDO Security Inc. IDOI (22)
  • IFAN Financial Inc. IFAN (34)
  • Imaging3 Inc. IMGG (2)
  • ImaRx Therapeutics Inc. IMRX (2)
  • Impact E-Solutions Corp. IESO (1)
  • Imperial Petroleum Inc. IPMN (10)
  • Inca Designs Inc. IDGI.PK (4)
  • Independent Film Development Corp. IFLM (1)
  • Index Oil and Gas Inc. IXOG.OB (5)
  • India Globalization Capital Inc. IGC (4)
  • Industrial Biotechnology Corp. IBOT (1)
  • Infinite Group Inc. IMCI (48)
  • Inform Worldwide Holdings, Inc. IWWI (27)
  • Intec LTD ICLJY (1)
  • IntegraMed America Inc INMD (1)
  • Intelecom Inc. IECM (3)
  • Intelimax Media Inc. IXMD (31)
  • Intelligent Highway Solutions Inc. IHSI (6)
  • Intercept Energy Services Inc. IESCF (7)
  • Interleukin Genetics Inc. ILI (1)
  • International Barrier Technology Inc IBTGF (1)
  • International Consolidated Companies Inc. INCC (2)
  • International Stem Cell Corp. ISCO (193)
  • Inventergy Global Inc. INVT (15)
  • Investor Village (7)
  • Investors Business Daily (4)
  • InvestorsProfs (1)
  • InvestSource (11)
  • IPOs (8)
  • IR Biosciences Holdings Inc IRBS (3)
  • Isonics Corp. ISON (1)
  • ItsAboutFinance (2)
  • JC Data Solutions Inc. JCDS (4)
  • Joytoto USA Inc. JYTO (14)
  • JZZ Technologies Inc. JZZI (3)
  • KAL Energy Inc. KALG (3)
  • Kallo Inc. KALO (43)
  • Kandi Technologies Corp. KNDI (3)
  • KCM Holding Corp. KCMH (3)
  • Kingslake Energy Inc. KGLJ (2)
  • Klondex Mines Ltd. KLNDF (1)
  • Knobias KNBS (5)
  • Kraig Biocraft Laboratories Inc. KBLB (88)
  • L&L International Holdings Inc. LLFH (2)
  • Lantis Laser Inc. LLSR (5)
  • Last Mile Logistics Group LMLG (4)
  • Latitude 360 Inc. LATX (21)
  • LD Holdings Inc. LDHL (14)
  • Legacy Holdings Inc. LGYH (1)
  • Legacy Ventures International Inc. LGYV (24)
  • Legend Media Inc. LEGE (4)
  • Lifespan Inc. LSPN (1)
  • Lime Energy Corp. LIME (3)
  • Lingo Media Corp. LMDCF (17)
  • Linkwell Corporation LWLL (4)
  • Liquor Group Wholesale Inc. LIQR (22)
  • Inc. LFLS (47)
  • LOGIC Devices Inc. LOGC (1)
  • Logility Inc. LGTY (1)
  • LoJack Corp LOJN (3)
  • Longhai Steel Inc. LGHS (10)
  • Lotus Pharmaceuticals Inc. LTUS (1)
  • Low Carbon Technologies (LWCTF) (3)
  • Lucas Energy, Inc. LEI (17)
  • Mabwe Minerals Inc. MBMI (56)
  • Macquarie Infrastructure Company MIC (5)
  • Maine and Maritime Corp. MMA (1)
  • Majic Wheels Corp. MJWL (6)
  • Makeup Inc. MAKU (2)
  • Mammoth Energy Group Inc. MMTE (5)
  • Mantra Venture Group Ltd. MVTG (10)
  • Mariner’s Choice International Inc. MCII (2)
  • Martin Nutraceuticals MNIU (11)
  • Material Technologies Inc. MTCH (44)
  • Max Media Group Inc. MXMI (9)
  • Max Sound Corp. MAXD (30)
  • MC Endeavors Inc. MSMY (2)
  • MedeFile International Inc. MDFI (46)
  • MediaG3 Inc. MDGC (1)
  • Medina International Holdings Inc. MIHI (3)
  • Medisafe 1 Technologies Corp. MFTH (3)
  • Medivisor Inc. MVSR (1)
  • Mega Media Group, Inc. MMDA (30)
  • MegaWest Energy Corporation MGWSF (2)
  • Memry Corp. MRY (2)
  • Metro One Development Inc. MODI (2)
  • Mexico Energy Corp. MXC (1)
  • Micro Identification Technologies Inc. MMTC (44)
  • MicrocapMoney (2)
  • Microsoft Corporation MSFT (4)
  • Midway Gold Corp. MDW (1)
  • Military Resale Group MYRL (19)
  • Minco Silver Corp. MSV.TO (1)
  • Mindpix Corp. MNDP (1)
  • MIP Solutions Inc. MSOL (7)
  • MIT Holding MITD (36)
  • MitoPharm Corp. MTPH (1)
  • Mizati Luxury Alloy Wheels, Inc. MZTI (14)
  • Mobile Entertainment Inc. MBEI (1)
  • Mobile Lads Corp. MOBO (43)
  • Money4Gold Holdings Inc. MFGD (3)
  • Holdings Inc. MBKR (2)
  • Mosquito Consolidated Gold Mines Limited MSQ.V (1)
  • Moxian Inc. MOXC (18)
  • mPhase Technologies Inc. XDSL (12)
  • MSE Enviro-Tech Corp. MEVT (4)
  • Muscle Flex Inc. MFLI (55)
  • MusclePharm Corp. MSLP (23)
  • Mvive Inc. MVIV (22)
  • My Automated Advisor (4)
  • MyECheck Inc. MYEC (99)
  • Inc. MYST (1)
  • Nanogen Inc. NGEN (2)
  • Nanometrics Inc. NANO (1)
  • NanoSensors Inc. NNSR (1)
  • NanoTech Entertainment Inc. NTEK (30)
  • Napster, Inc. NAPS (5)
  • National Automation Services Inc. NASV (67)
  • National Coal Corp. NCOC (2)
  • Naturally Iowa Inc. NLIA (2)
  • NavStar Technologies Inc. NVSR (16)
  • nCoat Inc NCOA (8)
  • Neah Power Systems NPWZ (14)
  • Neohydro Technologies Corp. NHYT (4)
  • Neoprobe Corp. NEOP (6)
  • NeoStem Inc. NBS (6)
  • NetSol Technologies Inc NTWK (64)
  • Neurobiological Technologies Inc. NTII (3)
  • NeuroMama Ltd. NERO (15)
  • Neutra Corp. NTRR (37)
  • New Asia Gold Corp. NWAG (1)
  • New Generation Biofuel Holdings Inc. GNB (3)
  • NewMarket China Inc. NMCH (7)
  • NewMarket Technology Inc. NMKT (7)
  • Newport Digital Technologies Inc. NPDT (61)
  • Nexia Holdings Inc. NXHD (51)
  • NexMed Inc. NEXM (8)
  • NeXplore Corp. NXPC (4)
  • Next One Interactive Inc. NXOI (7)
  • NextGen Bioscience Inc. NXGB (1)
  • NextPhase Wireless Inc. NPHS (1)
  • Nexus Enterprise Solutions Inc. NXES (30)
  • NF Energy Saving Corp. of America NFES (1)
  • Nhale Inc. NHLE (18)
  • Nilam Resources Inc. NILR (4)
  • Nitro Petroleum Inc. NTRO (5)
  • North Bay Resources Inc. NBRI (10)
  • NuTech Inc. NTCI (1)
  • Nutra Pharma Corp. NPHC (13)
  • NutraNomics Inc. NNRX (30)
  • NuVim Inc. NUVM (1)
  • NVIDIA Corp. NVDA (1)
  • NXGen Holdings Inc. NXGH (1)
  • Oakridge Global Energy Solutions Inc. OGES (31)
  • Obee's Franchise Systems Inc. OBFM (1)
  • OBJ Enterprises Inc. OBJE (27)
  • Odyne Corporation ODYC (15)
  • Omega Commercial Finance Corp. OCFN (2)
  • OmniaLuo Inc. OLUO (1)
  • Omnicity Corp. OMCY (26)
  • Omninet Media.Com, Inc. ONMC (5)
  • On The Go Healthcare Inc. MODI (13)
  • On the Move Systems Inc. OMVS (102)
  • Oncolin Therapeutics Inc. OCOL (1)
  • One World Holdings Inc. OWOO (61)
  • Ones to Watch (1,325)
  • Onstream Media Corp. ONSM (5)
  • Onteco Corp. ONTC (4)
  • Open Energy Corp. OEGY (4)
  • Optical Systems Inc. OPSY (2)
  • Oramed Pharmaceuticals Inc. ORMP (2)
  • Organic Alliance Inc. ORGC (2)
  • (82)
  • OtcStockExchange (5)
  • OurPet's Company OPCO (26)
  • OxySure Systems Inc. OXYS (23)
  • P2 Solar Inc. PTOS (24)
  • Pacific Gold Corp. PCFG (3)
  • Pamplona Picks (1)
  • Pan Global Corp. PGLO (82)
  • PanGenex Corp. PGCX (3)
  • Paramount Gold and Silver Corp. PZG (3)
  • Patient Access Solutions Inc. PASO (7)
  • Patriot Energy Corp. dba TelTeck Solutions Inc PGYC.PK (11)
  • Patriot Scientific Corp. PTSC (6)
  • Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc. PAE (1)
  • Peoples Educational Holdings Inc. PEDH (2)
  • Perf Go Green Holdings Inc. PGOG (12)
  • Perfect Web Technologies, Inc PWBI (11)
  • Perfectenergy International Ltd. PFGY (1)
  • Performance Health Technologies Inc. PFMH (31)
  • Pet DRX Corp. VETS (1)
  • Petro Resources Corp. PRC (2)
  • PetroSun Inc. PSUD (41)
  • Phantom Fiber Corp. PHFB (2)
  • Pilot Financial Communications (3)
  • Pipex Pharmaceuticals Inc. PP (2)
  • PITOOEY! Inc. PTOO (14)
  • Planet Nutrition Inc. PNHL (4)
  • Platina Energy Group Inc. PLTG (8)
  • PlayBOX Inc. PYBX (5)
  • Players Network PNTV (4)
  • Pluristem Therapeutics Inc. PSTI (10)
  • Positron Corp. POSC (3)
  • Power of the Dream Ventures (1)
  • Power Play Development Corp. PWPY (17)
  • Powersafe Technology Corp. PWSF (1)
  • Premier Energy Corp. PNRC (1)
  • Pressure BioSciences Inc. PBIO (41)
  • PRG Group Inc. PRGJ (2)
  • PrimEdge Inc. PEDI (1)
  • Private Equity Securities (93)
  • Pro Motors Group Corp. PMGU (2)
  • Pro Travel Network Inc. PTVL (2)
  • ProGaming Platforms Corp. PPTF (22)
  • Proginet Corp. PRGF (3)
  • Prom Resources PRMO (9)
  • Propalms Inc. PRPM (3)
  • Provectus Pharmaceuticals Inc. PVCT (12)
  • Puget Technologies Inc. PUGE (23)
  • Pulmo BioTech Inc. PLMO (4)
  • Puramed Bioscience Inc. PMBS (3)
  • Pure Biofuels Corp. PBOF (4)
  • Pure H2O Inc. PURH (1)
  • Pure Hospitality Solutions Inc. PNOW (99)
  • Purio Inc. PURO (5)
  • Puritan Financial Group Inc. PTNG (1)
  • Purple Beverage Company Inc. PPBV (8)
  • QED Connect Inc. QEDC (4)
  • Qiao Xing Universal Telephone Inc. XING (2)
  • QPC Lasers Inc. QPCI (3)
  • Qualcomm Inc. QCOM (2)
  • QualityStocks for Women (16)
  • QualityStocks Partner StockGuru (3,878)
  • QualityStocks Stock Newsletter (549)
  • QualityStocks Stock Newsletters (18,158)
  • QualityStocks Video Charts (286)
  • Market Basics (6)
  • Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide Inc. QTWW (15)
  • Quantum International Corp. QUAN (3)
  • Quasar Aerospace Industries Inc. QASP (6)
  • QuoteMedia Inc. QMCI (120)
  • Rafarma Pharmaceuticals Inc. RAFA (31)
  • Rainbow Coral Corp. RBCC (33)
  • Rancher Energy Corp. RNCH (9)
  • Raptor Resources Holdings Inc. RRHI (50)
  • Raven Gold Corp. RVNG (3)
  • Red Lake Exploration Inc. RLKX (19)
  • RegalWorks Media Inc. RWMI (4)
  • Regenicin, Inc. RGIN (6)
  • Reliant Financial Services Inc. RFNS (1)
  • Renhuang Pharmaceuticals Inc. RHGP (3)
  • ReoStar Energy Corp. REOS (1)
  • Resort Savers Inc. (RSSV) (10)
  • Revett Minerals (1)
  • Rock Energy Resources Inc. RCKE (4)
  • Rodman & Renshaw (432)
  • Ronn Motor Company Inc. RNNM (6)
  • Rox Resources Ltd. RXRS (3)
  • Royal Quantum Group, Inc. RYQG (10)
  • Royal Standard Minerals Inc. RYSMF (2)
  • Rudy Nutrition RUNU (27)
  • RXi Pharmaceuticals Corp. RXII (3)
  • Santa Fe Gold Corp. SFEG (5)
  • Santa Fe Holding Company SFHD (3)
  • Save The World Air Inc. ZERO (12)
  • Savoy Energy Corp. SNVP (26)
  • SavWatt USA, Inc. SAVW (5)
  • Seabridge Gold Inc. SA (1)
  • Seawright Holdings Inc. SWRI (1)
  • Sector 10 Inc. SECI (78)
  • SES Solar Inc. SESI (2)
  • Seven Arts Pictures plc SAPX (1)
  • Seven Arts Pictures PLC SAPXF (5)
  • Shazam Stocks (22)
  • ShotPak Inc. SHTP (35)
  • Shumate Industries SHMTE (1)
  • Sibling Group Holdings Inc. SIBE (55)
  • Sierra Gold Corp. SGCP (2)
  • Signature Devices Inc. SDVI (9)
  • Silver Dragon Resources Inc. SDRG (1)
  • Silver Falcon Mining Inc. SFMI (1)
  • SilverSun Technologies Inc. SSNT (30)
  • Simtrol Inc. SMRL (74)
  • Simulated Environment Concepts Inc. SMEV (130)
  • Singlepoint Inc. SING (19)
  • Sino Agro Food Inc. SIAF (1)
  • Sinobiomed Inc. SOBM (4)
  • Sinovac Biotech Ltd SVC (1)
  • Sipp Industries Inc. SIPC (2)
  • Skinny Nutritional Corp. SKNY (19)
  • Sky Petroleum Inc. SKPI (1)
  • SkyPostal Networks Inc. SKPN (66)
  • Small Cap Sentinel (2)
  • Small Cap Sleeper (3)
  • Smallcap Bullets (2)
  • (22)
  • SmallCapVoice (426)
  • Smoky Market Foods Inc. SMKY (9)
  • SocialPicks (1)
  • Sofame Technologies Inc SDW.V (1)
  • Sohm Inc. SHMN (14)
  • Solanex Management Inc. SLNX (15)
  • Solar Energy Initiatives Inc. SNRY (14)
  • Solar Wind Energy Tower Inc. SWET (15)
  • Solarfun Power Holdings Co. Ltd. SOLF (2)
  • Soul and Vibe Interactive Inc. SOUL (14)
  • South Sea Energy Corp. SSGY (7)
  • Soyo Group Inc SOYO (2)
  • SpaceDev Inc. SPDV (5)
  • Sparta Commercial Services Inc. SRCO (31)
  • Speedemissions Inc. SPMI (14)
  • Spicy Pickle Inc SPKL (18)
  • SpongeTech Delivery Systems Inc. SPNG (14)
  • Sports Pouch Beverage Company Inc. SPBV (1)
  • Star Mountain Resources Inc. SMRS (10)
  • Start Scientific Inc. STSC (22)
  • Stock Market E-News (1)
  • Stock Promoters (4)
  • StockEgg (14)
  • Stocks to Watch (1,662)
  • StocksJournal (2)
  • StockUPTicks (165)
  • Stockwire (6)
  • Strategic American Oil Corp SGCA (32)
  • Stratos Renewables Corp. SRNW (89)
  • StreamTrack Inc. STTK (31)
  • Striker Oil & Gas Inc. SOIS (4)
  • Sun Motor International Inc. SNMO (1)
  • SUN Sports & Entertainment Inc. SSPE (3)
  • Sunshine Biopharma Inc. SBFM (6)
  • Superlattice Power Inc. SLAT (60)
  • SupportSave Solutions, Inc. SSVE (10)
  • Surefect Holdings Inc. SUFH (1)
  • Suspect Detection Systems Inc. SDSS (37)
  • Sweet Success Enterprises Inc. SWTS (35)
  • Swiss Hawk AG SWHKF (1)
  • Symposium Production Corp. SYPJ (1)
  • Tactical Air Defense Services, Inc. TADF (15)
  • Tao Minerals Ltd. TAOL (1)
  • TapImmune Inc. TPIV (14)
  • Taplmmune Inc. TPIM (1)
  • Technology Applications International Inc. NUUU (25)
  • TechPrecision Corp. TPCS (4)
  • Tecton Corp. TTNC (3)
  • Teknik Digital Arts Inc. TKNK (10)
  • Telanetix Inc. TNXI (2)
  • Teletouch Communications Inc. TLLE (5)
  • Terax Energy Inc. TEXG (32)
  • Terme Bancorp TMEB (1)
  • Terra Nostra Resources Corp. TNRO (25)
  • The Amergence Group AMNG (8)
  • The Aristocrat Group Corp. ASCC (113)
  • The Bowser Report (43)
  • The Bull Report (32)
  • The Capital Report (5)
  • The DIRECTV Group Inc. DTV (1)
  • The Fight Zone Inc. TFZI (12)
  • The Guitammer Company Inc. GTMM (38)
  • The International Traders Expo (30)
  • The Mobile Star Corp. MBST (7)
  • The Motley Fool (3)
  • The Mundus Group Inc. MNDS (1)
  • The Penny Stock Blog (28)
  • The Principal Structure Fund, Inc. PSF (2)
  • The Tracking Corp. TRKG (1)
  • The UpTurn, Inc. UPTR (20)
  • The Wall Street Savant (24)
  • The Wide Angle (3)
  • Thresher Industries Inc. THRR (15)
  • Tidelands Oil and Gas Corp. TIDE (1)
  • Tiens Biotech Group USA Inc. TBV (1)
  • TMT Capital Corp. TMTP (1)
  • TNI BioTech Inc. TNIB (16)
  • Tombstone Exploration Corp. TMBXF (9)
  • TOMI Environmental Solutions Inc. TOMZ (4)
  • Tootie Pie Company, Inc. TOOT (11)
  • Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. TRCH (2)
  • TradeShow Marketing Company Inc. TSHO (21)
  • TransWorldNews (4)
  • Tri-Star Holdings Inc. TSHL (31)
  • Trimax Corp. TMXN (31)
  • TripleCrownStocks (9)
  • True 2 Beauty Inc. TRTB (43)
  • TwinTrader (8)
  • TXP Corporation TXPO (1)
  • TZ Ltd. TZL.AX (1)
  • U.S. Mine Makers Inc. USMM (1)
  • uKarma Corporation UKMA (1)
  • Ultitek Ltd. UITK (21)
  • Unbridled Energy Corporation TSX-UNE (21)
  • Unico Inc. UNCO (3)
  • Universal Bioenergy Inc. UBRG (3)
  • Universal Detection Technology UNDT (41)
  • Universal Energy Corp. UVSE (19)
  • Universal Property Development and Acquisition UPDA (4)
  • Universal Tracking Solutions Inc. UTRK (13)
  • Universal Travel Group UTVG (14)
  • UpSNAP Inc. UPSN (1)
  • Uranium Energy Corp. UEC (64)
  • Uranium Hunter Corp. URHN (17)
  • Urex Energy Corp. URXE (1)
  • USA Recycling Industries Inc. USRI (21)
  • USA Superior Energy Inc. USSU (9)
  • Ustelematics Inc. UTLM (27)
  • Utah Uranium Corp. UTUC (2)
  • Utilicraft Aerospace Industries Inc. UITA (2)
  • ValueRich & iValueRich (9)
  • Vaporin Inc. VAPOD (2)
  • VentriPoint Diagnostics Ltd. VPTDF (26)
  • Vermillion Inc. VRML (3)
  • Vertical Branding Inc. VBDG (11)
  • VIASPACE, Inc. VSPC (185)
  • Victory Energy Corp. VYEY (29)
  • Vidshadow Inc. VSHD (1)
  • View Systems Inc. VSYM (16)
  • Viper Networks Inc. VPER (2)
  • Viral Genetics Inc. VRAL (3)
  • Viropro International Inc. VPRO (2)
  • VirTra Systems Inc. VTSI (22)
  • Viscount Systems Inc. VSYS (27)
  • visionGATEWAY Inc. VGWA (1)
  • VistaGen Therapeutics Inc. VSTA (104)
  • Visualant Inc. VSUL (5)
  • Vital Products Inc. VTLP (5)
  • Viyya Technologies Inc. VYON (2)
  • VizStar Inc VIZS (24)
  • Voiceserve Inc. VSRV (18)
  • Vortex Resources Corp. VTEX (7)
  • Vsurance Inc. VSUR (3)
  • Vyteris Inc. VYHN (1)
  • W2 Energy Inc. WWEN (13)
  • Wall Street News Alert (76)
  • WallStreetGrapevine (12)
  • WaterPure International Inc. WPUR (4)
  • Wave Systems Corp. WAVX (5)
  • Week in Review (2)
  • Well Power Inc. WPWR (77)
  • Wescorp Energy Inc. WSCE (18)
  • West Canyon Energy Corp. WCYO (1)
  • Western Standard Energy Corp. WSEG (7)
  • Who's Your Daddy Inc. WYDI (7)
  • WikiLoan Inc. WKLI (14)
  • Wind Energy America Inc. WNEA (3)
  • Wisdom Homes of America Inc. WOFA (15)
  • Wits Basin Precious Minerals Inc. WITM (2)
  • Woize International Ltd. WOIZ (1)
  • WordLogic Corp. WLGC (40)
  • Workstream Inc. WSTM (9)
  • WorldWater & Solar Technologies Corp. WWAT (10)
  • Worldwide Energy and Manufacturing WEMU (12)
  • Worldwide Manufacturing USA Inc. WWMU (6)
  • WRIT Media Group Inc. WRIT (32)
  • X-Change Corp. (XCHC) (2)
  • Xaar Plc XAARF (1)
  • Xenomics Inc. XNOM (1)
  • XsunX Inc. XSNX (17)
  • XZERES Corp. XPWR (2)
  • Younger America YNGR (13)
  • Zacks Investment Research (11)
  • ZAGG Inc. ZAGG (9)
  • Zaldiva Inc. ZLDV (3)
  • ZAP ZAAP (15)
  • ZBB Energy Corp ZBB (7)
  • Zenosense Inc. ZENO (53)
  • Zentric Inc. ZNTR (14)
  • Zevotek Inc. ZVTK (8)
  • Znomics Inc. ZNOM (3)
  • Newsletter Signup

    Stay ahead of the pack with QualityStocks and receive "The QualityStocks Daily", our summary formatted newsletter containing stock tips from hundreds of online investment newsletters.

    Rotate your device 90° to view site.