Monthly Archives: March 2008

China Voice Holding Corp. (CHVC.OB) Subsidiary Phone House Inc. Signs Exclusive Supplier Agreement with Sarah Enterprises Inc.

March 31, 2008

China Voice, a public holding company of next-generation communications products and services, announced March 31, 2008 that its wholly owned U.S. subsidiary, Phone House Inc., a Master Distributor of prepaid calling cards and other telephony related products and services, signed an Exclusive Supplier Agreement with Sara Enterprises Inc., which is a distributor of prepaid telecommunication products.

Phone House offers a large collection of cards that are intended for major ethnic groups. Its products are marketed through an extensive and rapidly expanding national distribution network.

President and CEO of CHVC, Bill Burbank said, “We are very excited to have completed negotiations with Sarah Enterprises, a well known and respected Company that is currently purchasing in excess of $17 Million of product annually. We expect that with our support infrastructure and financial resources, Sarah Enterprises will purchase upwards of $25 Million of our prepaid calling card products during the next 12 months, representing an approximate 40% increase in our U.S. revenues. As the foreign communities in the U.S. continue to grow, they require the ability to call their home countries at competitive rates and this leads to increased demand for the products that Phone House and Sarah Enterprises market.”

Burbank continued to say, “As we continue to complete the Exclusive Supplier Agreements that we have in the works with other quality distributors such as Sarah Enterprises, CHVC is getting within reach of our $100 Million goal in U.S. revenues. These U.S. sales combined with the deployment of our Chinese Government contracts will eventually deliver well balanced revenues for CHVC from both continents. I am very happy with the performance of the team that we have assembled to execute our Business Plan and feel that if the accomplishments that have been achieved thus far in 2008 are any indication of what to expect for the rest of the year, this will be a great year for CHVC and its shareholders.”

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Global Med Technologies®, Inc. (GLOB.OB) Signs Purchase Agreement Acquiring InLog, SA and Its German Subsidiaries

Global Med, an international e-Health medical information technology company, announced March 31, 2008 that it has signed a purchase agreement to acquire Inlog, SA, and its German subsidiaries for a maximum of USD $11.5 million in a combination of cash, stock and earn-out. Inlog’s shareholders are to use $500,000 USD of the cash proceeds to purchase Global Med common stock in the open market within three months of the closing. Global Med will utilize a combination of existing cash and debt to pay for the transaction. Inlog’s unaudited revenues for the fiscal year were about 7.3 million in Euro (11.4 million USD) at current exchange rates, with EBITDA of approximately 770,000 Euro ($1.2 million USD). The transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of 2008 and Inlog plans to stay with the Company.

Inlog is a medical software firm that operates throughout Europe and the rest of the world, offering services such as transfusion, laboratory, medicine, and traceability. The company is a leading provider of donor center and transfusion information management systems, laboratory information systems and other ancillary medical software systems. It has been developing, implementing, and supporting its blood bank information management solutions since 1992, with over 700 sites in 15 countries using its products.

Michael I. Ruxin, M.D. and Chairman and CEO of Global Med Technologies, Inc said, “The acquisition of Inlog by Global Med is a transforming event in the history of our Company.” Dr. Ruxin continued, “At the completion of this acquisition, we will truly be a global company, with blood and laboratory software applications in 20 countries (in the US, Canada, Caribbean, European Union, Africa, French Polynesia, and New Caledonia). This includes 582 donor center sites, 458 hospital sites and 360 laboratories world-wide, for a total of 1,400 sites. From our perspective, our high quality people, productivity and services, coupled with our high-touch philosophy to our current and future customers, through our Service 360(TM) commitment, will continue to allow us to grow our Company in the global marketplace.” Dr. Ruxin added, “The structure of this transaction is expected to be accretive, exclusive of financing costs, in the first full year of operations. This acquisition is strategically important to Global Med as the international marketplace provides a platform for Global Med’s continued growth.”

Inlogs Product has five primary products:

1. EdgeBlood(ii): CTS Serveur, for the donor center marketplace.
2. EdgeTrack(ii): For the hospital transfusion marketplace.
3. EdgeLab: Lab information system or “LIS.”
4. EdgeCell: Cellular therapy for tissue banks, stem cell centers and cord blood centers.
5. SAPA: Supports regulatory compliance and document management.

Inlogs is ISO 9001:2000 certified and its products have received the NF/ISO 25051/12119 certification, guaranteeing the highest level of quality regarding the design, testing and validation of the software.

Inlog’s CEO President and COO, Thomas F. Marcinek said, “Inlog’s capability and experience in handling international implementations including France which processes millions of donations per year, opens up new markets and opportunities for Global Med. We see a need in the global marketplace for a company with proven blood bank products, experience with national implementations, multi-lingual applications, and strong service offerings that are financially sound and well capitalized. Together with Inlog, we believe that Global Med is strategically poised and will aggressively market these strengths to potential customers around the world which will continue to expand our market share.” Mr. Marcinek added, “Global Med, through its Service 360(TM) Program, maintains its focus on our valuable customer base. With the addition of the Inlog customer base, we will continue to improve our customer support, service offerings and products as we grow.”

CEO of Inlog, Renaud Blanc-Bernard also said, “On behalf of Inlog, we are all very excited about the synergies between our two companies. We truly believe that the combined Global Med/Inlog Company will become a global leader in donor center and transfusion medicine software. Together we believe that we will gain economies of scale that will enable our products to evolve in sync with the rapidly changing international blood center, transfusion service and laboratory marketplace. We are also excited for our customers who will gain access to new products and services. This is truly a win-win for Global Med, Inlog, our employees, our combined substantial international customer base and the industry.”

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Universal Detection Technology (UDTT.OB) Receives First Purchase Order for Bioterrorism Detection Devices from China

Universal Detection Technology (OTCBB: UDTT / FRANKFURT: PO8), a developer of early-warning bio-terrorism monitoring technologies and provider of counter-terrorism consulting and training services, recently announced that the company recently received a purchase order from its Chinese distributor for bioterrorism detection kits. The purchase order was placed by Kadinuo Science and Technology, a regional supplier of emergency nuclear monitors, environmental radiation monitors and decontamination technologies.

Chinese officials have reported recent incidents of terrorist activity and have warned that terrorists pose the biggest risk to this summer’s Olympic Games in Beijing. Universal Detection Technology’s BSM-2000 bio-terrorism detection kits are designed to successfully detect the presence of toxic substances in less than 15 minutes. The company also develops early-warning monitoring technologies to protect people from other infectious health threats, and provides counter-terrorism consulting and training services. The company supplies counter-terrorism services and technologies to private and government organizations, and owns the license to a patented technology developed at NASA’s JPL.

Universal Detection Technology’s stock has traded on heavy volume over the past several weeks as the company continues to move forward with its aggressive international sales and marketing initiatives.

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Tamm Oil & Gas Corp. (TAMO.OB) Receives Research Note from Ernest C. Schlotter, SISM Research Analyst

Ernest C. Schlotter, a senior analyst with SISM Research – a private investment research firm offering high-quality, independent, fundamental research on public companies – has released a Research Note on Tamm Oil & Gas, an emerging junior oil and gas exploration and development company based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, dated March 28th 2008, stating the company’s Sawn Lake Project “holds 3P recoverable reserves and up to 175 million barrels of oil.”

Tamm Oil & Gas intends to add corporate asset value through the drilling and production of heavy oil. Tamm has obtained 21 contiguous pieces of land, or 13,440 acres, known as the Manning Properties in the Peace River Oil Sands Area of NW Alberta. The Company has 100% working interest in mineral rights on these lands. Tamm has also entered into a Letter of Intent to acquire a 10% interest in 63 contiguous sections of oil sands leases in the Sawn Lake area of Alberta’s Peace River oil sands.

“Pan Orient’s (POE.V) Sawn Lake Project was recently valued by DeGolyer and MacNaughton, and based on 27.1 net sections, was calculated to hold net probable reserves of 72.9 million barrels and a net reserves PV10 value of $405 million,” said Analyst Schlotter. “Tamm has 31.5 net sections in the same area, which can be valued at a net present value of $470.8 million, discounted at ten percent, based on DeGolyer and MacNaughton’s forecasted pricing. In February of 2004, Ryder Scott estimated that the Sawn Lake Project contained 819 million barrels of OOIP, while log analyses indicated up to 1.6 billion barrels of oil-in-place. In late 2004, AJM of Calgary estimated oil-in-place at 1.2 billion barrels, with the potential for significant expansion of resource. Three drilling programs in 2006 confirmed that Sawn Lake is a heavy oil play with the possibility of cold flow in some parts of the reservoir.”

Schlotter also said, “Tamm Oil and Gas has an attractive valuation, trading at thirty-one percent of its 2008E FDNAVPS. The SISM Research NAV breakdown, based on our per-barrel value assumptions on recent oil sands transaction metrics, is $6.56. We estimate that it will take approx. three to four years, on average, for an SAGD producer to convert contingent resources to reserves. Based on the DeGolyer and MacNaughton reserves appraisal report, just recently released, we arrived at a NAV breakdown of $4.12 for the Sawn Lake Project only.”

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A Strange Tale in Chocolate Land

What could be more innocuous than making candy? You would think that the Hershey Company (NYSE: HSY), with an almost mythic simplicity, its wonderfully personable origins, and an equally redoubtable brand of chocolate, could be an unassailable business. The late Milton Hershey, who founded the company over 100 years ago and built “The Sweetest Place on Earth” – Hershey, Pennsylvania (the all-in-one company town, resort and fantasy place for chocoholics) – might be troubled at how making and selling chocolate confections has become such a troublesome business, with the sweetness mostly gone.

The largest chocolate maker in the U.S., maker of Hershey Bars, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Hershey Kisses and much more, has fallen on difficult times. In 2007, its profits slipped to less than half of the previous year, as its net income was down to $214 million or 93 cents per share, off from its 2006 numbers of $5.59 million net income with EPS at $2.34. Sales in 2007 were $4.9 B, up marginally by only $2.5 million.

The company’s response was to promise a turnaround and let CEO Richard Lenny go, naming David West to take over. The Hershey Foundation, a trust that controls 30% of the stock and most of the voting rights, has been regarded as meddlesome and out of touch with the current business realities, not just by investment observers, but by many Hershey shareholders as well. How could such a wonderful, seemingly foolproof business get this way?

Hershey’s troubles appear to lie at the doorstep of its overly-narrow focus. It is candy and chocolates, and that’s it. Hershey’s competitors, such as Nestle SA (NQB: NSRGY) – the Swiss company which is now the largest food company in the world – rejected narrow focus and instead went for a bold strategy of widely expanding its food and beverage lines. Nestle now has a vast reach deep into many food categories, which is far from the solely candy company that it once was. Privately owned Mars is also a formidable competitor. Kraft (NYSE: KFT), with its line of sweet, chocolate foods like Oreos, is another diversified food company. England’s Cadbury Schweppes (NYSE: CSG) has extensive candies yet is also heavily into the beverage business. Other candy and confection makers are often smaller or premium, high-end companies, and they, too, are taking part of Hershey’s market share away.

Its critics maintain Hershey has only stamped its brand on candies that aren’t really new or unique or exciting, and simply expected these products to sell rather than concentrating on new product development. Even with a $6.5 billion market cap and a renowned brand name in an ever-growing competitive candy-selling climate, more of a responsive strategy is needed. Add to this the fact that the raw material, cacao (from which chocolate is made) has soared in price along with dairy price increases for the sweet milk chocolate makers require, and you have yet another difficulty thrown into the business recipe. Accusations of price fixing also loom. The stock, which has traded between $33 and $56 a share, had fallen to near a five-year low, recently traded in the $37 area.

As early as a year ago, even prior to the economic slowdown, Hershey was experiencing difficulty in a business that should be much more recessionary resistant. 2008 is projected to deliver more of the same poor results, with the promised turnaround not on the horizon. Recently, consensus earnings estimates for 2008 were lowered from approximately $1.85 a share to anywhere in the $1.35-$1.50 range, a downward trend that’s a concern to investors.

Prior to the changeover of CEOs, there had been talk—as there has been for years—that Hershey and Cadbury Schweppes, who have long done some joint ventures, were going to merge, after which Cadbury would sell off its beverage business. This would have created a giant candy conglomerate that would have put Hershey-Cadbury as the dominant–sized player, the largest in the world. Still, the Hershey board seemed to balk at this move – one felt necessary by the investment community to keep Hershey’s prospects growing. More forward-thinking management and some aggressive re-working of its marketing is needed. Of more concern is that Wall Street does not have much confidence in the Hershey trust or board of directors, and without having seen much of anything in the way of turnaround evidence, they aren’t expecting to see anything positive soon.

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JAKKS Pacific, Inc (JAKK) Wins Exclusive Master Toy License with MGM Consumer Products for Television Show “American Gladiators”

JAKKS Pacific, Inc. (JAKK), based in Malibu, California is a multi-brand company that designs and markets a broad range of toys and consumer products. The company produces a line of products in such categories as action figures, art activity kits, sports activity toys, vehicles, water toys, plush, dolls, electronics and construction toys. Products are sold under various brand names such as JAKKS Pacific, Play Along, Flying Colors, Creative Designs International, Road Champs, Child Guidance, Pentech, and Plug It In & Play TV Games.

Recently, JAKKS announced the signing of an exclusive world-wide Master Toy License with MGM Consumer Products for American Gladiators, the hit competition-based television program that airs on NBC. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., through its operating subsidiaries, is actively engaged in the worldwide production and distribution of motion pictures, television programming, home video, interactive media, music and licensed merchandise. The comprehensive American Gladiators Master Toy license agreement, brokered through licensing agent JTMG LLC on behalf of MGM Consumer Products, includes action figures, accessories, role play toys, as well as outdoor sports and seasonal products, all based on the new American Gladiators live action series and the classic television series.

JAAKS expects to launch a line of the American Gladiator toys and related products in Spring 2009, based on the characters and challenges seen on the show. American Gladiators is produced by MGM Television and Reveille in association with Flor-Jon Films, Inc. American Gladiators, which originated from Erie, Pennsylvania, aired as a weekly syndicated show in the U.S. from 1989 to 1996, and new episodes of the show can been seen on NBC.

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Modavox, Inc. (MDVX.OB) – The VoiceAmerica Network Offers Customers Their Own Customizable Show

Internet Radio Web site, VoiceAmerica Network, is engaged in working with companies to increase their existing online presence, or to create an online identity from scratch. VoiceAmerica’s show branding features a show title, show banner, host page, animated Flash ads, show opener and commercial.

The company’s host page offers a branded show title, hi-resolution host picture, description, host biography, on-demand archives, sponsor links, Web links, updated weekly broadcasts, host contact information and executive producer contact information.

Utilizing BoomBox Radio, VoiceAmerica offers audio and video streaming, an on-demand content library, direct live broadcasting, a branded desktop icon, multiple Web links, MP3 and video downloads, and more. The branded desktop icon is transferable via e-mail and offers direct access to products and programs.

Additionally, the company offers a sponsorship package which includes a show description and host biography, branded show design, VoiceAmerica Information, a description of marketing, Modaview distribution, a professional advertising rate card, sponsorship pricing breakdown, VoiceAmerica demographics, streaming media demographics, listening statistics, testimonials, five CDs of the show and more.

The VoiceAmerica Network is operated by Modavox Inc. (OTCBB: MDVX), which offers production and distribution of audio/video streaming and products utilizing Broadcast Media and Interactive Media.

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Cord Blood America, Inc. (CBAI.OB) – RainMakers International’s Project Media Placement Takes to the Racetrack

RainMakers International, subsidiary of Cord Blood America (OTCBB: CBAI), is a full-service advertising agency based out of Santa Monica, Calif. The company focuses on radio, television, telephony on-hold and special project media placement. Rainmakers announced Friday it brokered and closed a deal for Microsoft to become a sponsor of NASCAR Sprint Cup No. 49 Team, BAM Racing.

“The power of this sponsorship is immeasurable,” Matthew Schissler, president of RainMakers stated in the press release. “What a wonderful opportunity for BAM Racing; we are proud to have closed this transaction.”

RainMakers’ role in the agreement revolves around its involvement in the new sponsorship program developed by ARMER Holding principals exclusively for BAM Racing. The Company offers project oriented media placement for radio, television, billboards, on-hold and special assignments. The company takes pride in its customer service solutions. According to RainMakers, an average of seven out of 10 callers are put on hold for about 38 seconds – this measures to an average person spending 1.2 years on hold.

The company’s on-hold packages include digital recording, editing and mixing; creative script writing, professional voice talent; a full range of music choices; licensed music; toll-free customer service; and quick turn-around time.

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March 31st CEOcast Weekly Newsletter

Companies featured in the current edition of the newsletter: ACTC, AMAR, CGXP, CORG, CYTR, FMTID, GNBT, HSOA, IASCA, IFSG, MSHI, SEE.V, SMGY, SWVC, TAGS, TKO

In mixed trading last week, indexes diverged as strong gains on Monday where offset by losses later in week. The Dow lost 145 points for the week increasing its year-to-date loss to 7.9%. In similar fashion, the S&P fell 15 points contributing to a 10.4% decline this year. Meanwhile, the technology-oriented Nasdaq index stood its ground with a 3-point weekly gain, trimming its year-to-date loss to 14.7%, and the small-cap-heavy Russell rose 2 points, paring annual losses to 10.8%.

Last week started on a bullish note as JP Morgan Chase raised its bid for troubled Bear Stearns to $10 per share from $2 per share. The market also reacted favorably to existing home sales report for February, which showed the first monthly increase in a year of 2.9%. However as the week progressed, familiar concerns about the economy were able to cast a dark shadow over the stock market as several banks and brokerages witnessed their earnings forecasts getting reduced, while oil prices topped $107 per barrel, and both Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) and JC Penney (NYSE: JCP) issued cautious forecasts.

Monday marks the end to what has been a dismal first quarter for stocks, and in particular micro-cap issues. With equity markets in turmoil, the capital markets have essentially been closed to micro-cap companies for months, stoking fears that small companies will run out of money. While there are few indexes that measure the performance of smaller companies, one such Index is the Russell Microcap Growth Index, which tracks the growth of many small emerging growth issues. The Index is down 17.3% for the year, nearly 7 points below the Russell 2000 and by far the worst-performing Index among the 26 that Russell tracks.

One area that could “cheer” investors, is that investor sentiment levels are at their lowest since 1990 and second lowest since the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) began tracking such behavior in 1987. On February 7, the eight-week moving average bull/bear spread reached the low of -25% and has since hovered below -20%. In the seven times that has happened since 1990, one-year returns for the S&P 500 have averaged 18%, while gains for small-cap value-oriented stocks have been 33%. History has also shown that when sentiment levels reach such extremes it has marked “bottoms” in the market.

What should investors look for in the upcoming week? Investors will turn their attention to economic data being released for further insight on the current economic turmoil. The March Chicago PMI will be reported at 9:45 on Monday. Tuesday morning Auto and Truck Sales will be announced, followed by the March ISM Index and February Construction Spending at 10am. Shortly after the opening on Wednesday, March ADP Employment Report, February Factory Orders, and Weekly Crude Inventories will be released. Weekly Jobless claims and March ISM Services will be reported on Thursday morning. Friday morning will be active as the March Average Workweek, Hourly Earnings, Nonfarm Payrolls and Unemployment Rate are scheduled to be released at 8:30AM.

This week will feature few prominent earnings reports. Shaw Group (NYSE: SGR) will announce earnings Monday before the market opens. Wednesday will be the busiest day of the week with announcements from Best Buy (NYSE: BBY), CarMax (NYSE: KMX), MasterCard (NYSE: MA), Monsanto (NYSE: MON), Micron (NYSE: MU), and Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM). Mosaic (NYSE: MOS) will announce earnings on Thursday before the bell. Much more earnings activity will follow next week when aluminum giant Alcoa (NYSE: AA) officially kicks off this earnings season with an announcement on April 7.

The conference schedule is busy as Credit Suisse holds its four-day 11th Annual Asian Investment Conference in Hong Kong starting Monday. The four-day CTIA Wireless 2008 Conference also kicks off on Monday in Las Vegas. Additionally, Sanford C. Bernstein will hold its one-day Small Cap Oil Exploration & Production Conference in New York on Monday. On Tuesday, B. Riley & Company’s four-day Annual Investor Conference kicks of in Las Vegas. On Wednesday, Dresdner Kleinwort hosts a three-day Consumer Staples Conference in Frankfurt; while Morgan Stanley starts its two-day Global Electricity & Energy Conference in New York. On Thursday, Fortis Bank will bring a its one-day Biotechnology conference to investors in London.

Generex Biotechnology Corporation (NASDAQ: GNBT), the leader in drug delivery for metabolic diseases through the inner lining of the mouth, announced that it has received a purchase order for 210,000 canisters of Generex Oral-lyn, the company’s proprietary oral insulin spray product, from Shreya Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd., the company’s distributor in India. This is the first Indian commercial order for the Company’s flagship product. This order signifies Shreya’s commitment to a successful commercial launch of the product in the Indian market. A research note from Rodman & Renshaw (Market Outperform, price target $6) last week noted that, “The order indicates Shreya’s significant commitment to commercializing Oral-lyn in India, which received regulatory approval to sell the product in India in October 2007. As the fourth largest distributor of insulin in the Indian diabetes market and a major player in key therapeutic segments of metabolic diseases, we believe Shreya’s commitment to a successful Oral-lyn launch bodes well for significant share gains in India.” Generex Oral-lyn is presently in Phase III clinical trials at several sites around the world. Spurred by the news, shares gained 23 cents last week to close at $1.12.

CytRx Corporation (NASDAQ: CYTR), a biopharmaceutical company engaged in the development and commercialization of human therapeutics, announced that it has filed a response with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration addressing issues cited by the FDA in its decision to place a clinical hold on the company’s Phase IIb clinical trial with arimoclomol for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The company will continue working with the FDA to determine the need, if any, to conduct additional toxicology or other studies before or concurrently with the resumption of its Phase IIb clinical trial, or to modify the protocol for this trial. The shares were down 2 cents last week, closing at $1.17.

Earnings Preview: Telkonet, Inc. (AMEX: TKO), the leading provider of innovative, centrally managed solutions for integrated energy management, networking, building automation and proactive support services, will report 2007 fourth quarter and year-end results on Tuesday, April 1st after the market closes. The report will be the first one delivered by the new management team, which took over in December. The company is expected to continue to add to its recent revenue growth as previously reported sales for the first nine months of 2007 of $9.5 million were already well above full-year sales in 2006 of $5.2 million. Similarly, third quarter 2007 loss of $5 million was only half as much as the loss in the prior-year period. Investors will be looking for Telkonet to report continued progress for the fourth quarter as well. Separately, the company also announced last week a partnership with Mainline Information Systems, one of IBM’s largest business partners. The company is working with Mainline to offer secure, robust and reliable wired network connectivity, enabling high performance IP video surveillance in any location with an existing electrical infrastructure. As part of its innovative digital video surveillance solution, Mainline will be utilizing Telkonet’s proven powerline communications technology to address applications where traditional cabling is not a viable option because of the type of structure, environmental concerns or cost. The stock gained 12 cents last week, closing at $0.76 per share.

Tarrant Apparel Group (NASDAQ: TAGS), a design and sourcing company for private label and private brand casual apparel, released its financial results for the three months and year ended December 31, 2007. Despite a challenging economic environment, the company reported an increase in sales and earnings in 2007. For the twelve months ended December 31, 2007, Tarrant Apparel had net sales of $243.7 million compared to $232.4 million in the same period in fiscal 2006. However, the company’s fourth quarter sales of $53.7 million were a slight decrease compared to $57.4 million in the same period 2006. The company also reported net income of $1.7 million in the 2007 fiscal year, compared to a net loss of $22.2 million in fiscal 2006. Propelled by the announcement, the stock gained 10 cents last week, closing at $0.70 per share.

Shares of Advanced Cell Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: ACTC), a biotechnology company that engages in the development and commercialization of human stem cell technology in the field of regenerative medicine, could get a boost this week as the company’s technology is expected to be featured on a show on ABC Television called “Live to 150, Can You Do It?” hosted by Barbara Walters Tuesday night. The show will highlight the company’s technology for developing life-preserving stem cell lines without destroying the embryos. Shares ended the week unchanged at $0.17.

Amarillo Biosciences, Inc. (OTCBB: AMAR), a company that engages in the research and development of biologics for the treatment of human and animal diseases, announced that it has entered into a license and supply agreement with CytoPharm, Inc., a Taipei, Taiwan-based biopharmaceutical company whose parent company is Vita Genomics, Inc., the largest biotech company and specialty Clinical Research Organization in Taiwan specializing in pharmacogenomics. Under the terms of the agreement, CytoPharm and its subsidiary will conduct all animal clinical trials and seek regulatory approvals in both China and Taiwan to launch ABI’s low dose oral interferon for animal diseases. This agreement is of major significance to ABI because its low dose oral interferon will be tested in diseases which annually impact livestock worldwide. The stock gained 7 cents last week to close at $0.33.

Ceragenix Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OTCBB: CGXP), a biopharmaceutical and medical device company focused on infectious disease and dermatology, announced that it has entered into a license agreement with FirstPoint Biotech, Inc., a privately held biopharmaceutical company, for the development of CSA-54 and other members of the Ceragenin family of preclinical compounds for use as potential systemic and topical therapies in the treatment and prevention of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases. The agreement covers the potential use of these compounds as both drugs and incorporation into medical devices such as condoms, sprays or gels. FirstPoint Biotech will have the responsibility to undertake the clinical development and commercialization of these compounds within these fields of use and Ceragenix will provide ongoing consultation. The stock reacted favorably to the news, gaining 12 cents to close the week at $1.02

Cordia Corporation (OTCBB: CORG), a global communications service provider of traditional CLEC and Voice over Internet Protocol technologies, announced that it will commence wireline service offerings in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois and Texas through an agreement with McLeodUSA Incorporated, a competitive communications carrier for businesses that was recently acquired by PAETEC Holding Corp. The company’s anticipated services include value-driven bundled offerings of traditional local, long distance, toll-free calling and DSL services to customers in these states. This new agreement not only expands the company’s geographic service area but also broadens its underlying service provider portfolio. The stock ended the week at $0.52, down 4 cents.

IAS Energy, Inc. (OTCBB: IASCA) announced that in addition to’s Chinese Web 2.0 platform which is similar to YouTube, the company has successfully launched “Marketplace.” Marketplace is Video1314’s platform that enables its members and users to buy and sell goods and services using its video technologies. The platform creates a unique customer experience through the display of featured items on the site, which is designed to drive a greater level of e-commerce activity. Users will be able to see a seller’s product in a video format rather than just a static picture. The company is also on track to completing and introducing another Chinese Web 2.0 social network, which will have similar functionalities to Facebook, before July this summer. The stock gained 5 cents last week to close at $0.30.

InfoSmart Group, Inc. (OTCBB: IFSG), a leading recordable digital versatile disc manufacturer in Hong Kong and Brazil, announced its recent purchase from the world’s only vertically integrated optical disc equipment maker. Anwell Technologies has sold their Blu-Ray Disc replication system to InfoSmart. The system will be installed in the company’s Hong Kong plant making it the first Blu-Ray Line in commercial use in China and Hong Kong. Blu-Ray production complements the company’s strategy to expand into optical discs with content and positions the company as the leader in Hong Kong and China. Shares closed at $0.27, a gain of 1 cent.

MSTI Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: MSHI), a communications technology company that specializes in providing true quadruple play services, and Telkonet, Inc. (AMEX: TKO), a company that engages in the development and marketing of technology for the high-speed transmission of voice, video, and data communications, announced the first commercial installation of the next-generation 200Mbps Telkonet Series 5 powerline communications system, enabling broadband networking in a rapid deployment at 370 Lexington, a high-rise commercial office building located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. MSTI and Telkonet are partnering to bring the groundbreaking Telkonet Series 5 platform to building owners throughout the Tri-State area as part of an aggressive marketing program. This first installation underlines Telkonet Series 5’s versatility for commercial Fast Ethernet network applications, enabling a building to be retrofitted with the most advanced communications infrastructure at significantly lower cost than competitive solutions. Shares of MSHI gained 11 cents last week, closing at $0.51.

Shares of Home Solutions of America, Inc. (OTC: HSOA), a provider of restoration, construction and interior services to commercial and residential customers, more than doubled last week from badly beaten down levels, after the company said that it had concluded the investigation by the Audit Committee, which should allow it to file its financial statements for 2007and regain listing on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board. The report appears to clear the company’s CEO of any wrongdoing. The company also took steps to bolster its management team, appointing as Chairman a large shareholder and replacing its CFO. The next event for the investment community will likely be the filing of its financial statements. Shares ended the week at $0.66, up 36 cents.

SeaMiles Limited (CDNX: SEE), North America’s premier cruise loyalty provider, announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its remaining non-core real estate assets for $3.7 million. The sale is expected to close on June 16, 2008. The transaction will allow the company to eliminate its remaining real estate and convertible debt aggregating $3.6 million and result in savings to the company upwards of $400,000 per year. The sale will allow the company to improve its balance sheet, reduce operating expenses and to exclusively focus on the numerous opportunities in its core operations in order increase shareholder value. Shares gained 30 cents last week to close at $1.45.

Seaway Valley Capital Corporation (OTCBB: SWVC), a company that invests in equity, equity-related, and debt in companies that require expansion capital and in companies pursuing acquisition strategies, announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Patrick Hackett Hardware Company, has finalized its assumption of the RadioShack franchise stores in Tupper Lake, NY and Pulaski, both former WiseBuys’ franchises. In addition to the assumption of these legacy stores, Hackett’s will be seeking to build upon and grow its relationship and partnerships with the RadioShack organization. The company also announced that it recently formed wholly owned subsidiary Seaway Realty Holdings, LLC, which was formed to manage the company’s real estate assets and will also look to acquire and develop additional commercial real estate assets. The company’s management feels that the current environment is presenting compelling opportunities to acquire or develop third-party commercial real estate projects that should eventually result in Seaway Realty as a stand alone, profit generating division. Shares remained unchanged at $0.01.

Smart Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: SMGY), a company that engages in the research and development, production, and distribution of Battery Brain, signed a 10-year distribution agreement with OnGuard Dealer Services, a specialized automotive dealer services business based in Florida, which will have exclusive nationwide rights (excluding California) to sell a private label version of the popular BatteryBrain electronic control system called the Reserve Power Module, in the new and used car dealer market segments. RPM is a specially developed product for this market segment and ensures that an engine battery will always maintain enough power to start and also prevents vehicle theft. This agreement with OnGuard provides SMGY the opportunity to rapidly increase its penetration in the American vehicle market. In addition, to the potential market of over 21,000 new car dealerships, there are approximately 40 million used vehicles sold each year. Overall, this is a tremendous growth opportunity for the company. Shares closed at $0.21, down 5 cents for the week.

On the Wires: CytRx Corporation (NASDAQ: CYTR) announced that Shi Chung Ng, Ph.D., the company’s Senior Vice President of Research and Development, will present at the Sixth International Workshop on The Molecular Biology of Stress Responses being held at the Chulabhorn Research Institute in Bangkok, Thailand.


Forbes Medi-Tech Inc. (NASDAQ: FMTID) $0.95

The pursuit of healthier lifestyles and the desire to live longer has led to a new attitude towards food. Now, more than ever before, the nutritional contents of food are scrutinized by discerning consumers in an effort to lower cholesterol and to maintain overall health. This has given rise to a new category of food products and dietary supplements referred to as “Nutraceuticals”. Nutraceuticals refer to extracts of foods claimed to have a medicinal effect on human health. The nutraceutical is usually contained in a medicinal format such as a capsule, tablet or powder in a prescribed dose. To address this growing market opportunity, Forbes Medi-Tech Inc., a Vancouver-based life sciences company that has focused on the research, development and commercialization of innovative products for the prevention and treatment of life-threatening diseases, has developed Reducol, a branded, non-GMO, clinically proven ingredient that helps lower LDL cholesterol safely and naturally.

The company’ss strategy and vision is to develop and market a portfolio of products for the benefit of all consumers, from the healthy person desiring consumer lifestyle products that can help reduce the risk of future disease, to medical patients needing therapeutic prescription products for the treatment of an established ailment. At one time, many believed that this company’s compound FM-VP4, a therapeutic for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease through the reduction of cholesterol, could be the next blockbuster drug. Rumor had it that Pfizer was considering making a bid to acquire the company. However, when Phase II results were disappointing, the investment community all but gave up on FMTI, ignoring its nutraceutical business. However, that business today is anticipated to generate 2008 sales of $9.75 – $10.5 million, an increase of up to 20% compared to the range given for 2007 of $8.75 to $9.25 million (company has yet to report 2007 Q4 results).

Forbes’ scientific platform for the ingredient business is based on core sterol technology focused on the extraction of plant sterols from wood pulping by-products The company has recently established a San Diego research facility to further develop early stage pharmaceutical compounds focused on asthma and diabetes

The stock, like many small companies, has suffered mightily over the last six months. Today, it actually trades at a discount to its cash position ($5.7 million as of September 30, 2007), seemingly ignoring its nutraceutical business. If investors were to Value that business at even one times revenue, plus adding in the company’s cash position, would generate a stock price in excess of $2 per share. The company also announced earlier this month that it has secured $3.8 million in non-dilutive financing, which will further create value for investors. It also completed a reverse split in order to maintain its Nasdaq listing, which is why it will trade with a D after its symbol for a few days more. While the stock is unlikely to reach double-digits again as it did when the promise for FM-VP4 was high, at today’s valuation investors seemingly have thrown in the proverbial towel when a thriving business still exists, create the Special Situation opportunity.

Universal Detection Technology (UDTT.OB) Selected to Supply Line of Anti MRSA Products by Princeton University Staff

Universal Detection Technology announced that its Vital Oxide line of Anti-Microbial Products, which has been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has been chosen by the Princeton University staff to aid in the protection against MRSA outbreaks in gyms and locker rooms. This is in addition to a recently announced purchase order from China for Vital Oxide. The areas of use include hospitals, schools and universities, powerboats, sailboats, cruise ships, restaurants, hotel rooms, office buildings, gyms, building materials, movie theatres, public transportation infrastructure, and homes.

The Company’s disinfectant kills 99.9% of bacteria and is an environmentally friendly alternative to the chlorine bleach and alcohol based disinfectants littering the markets. In a recent study, Vital Oxide showed no growth of Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) in any of the 10 primary subculture tubes or in any of the 10 secondary subculture tubes following a ten minute exposure period at 19 degrees c. The study was conducted to demonstrate Vital Oxide’s efficacy against MRSA under mandated conditions as required by the US Environmental Protection Agency for disinfectant label claims.

“Vital Oxide is an effective disinfectant that can be used in various scenarios to reduce and sometimes eliminate the chance of contracting antibiotic resistant germs. With the recent cases of such infections on the rise, we are excited to have a solution that’s effective and easy to apply. Our product is designed to kill 99.9% of bacteria including Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus (MRSA), E.coli, Norovirus, and Salmonella,” said Mr. Jacques Tizabi, UDTT’s Chief Executive Officer.

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China North East Petroleum Holdings Ltd. (CNEH.OB) Releases Increase in Q4 and Fiscal 2007 Revenues as well as Income

China North East Petroleum Holdings Ltd. (OTCBB: CNEH) today released its financial results for the fourth quarter and 12 months ended Dec. 31, 2007, posting increases across the board. The China-based oil producing company operates four oilfields in northern China.

For fiscal 2007, China North posted a 266 percent increase in sales; revenues for the year were $19.5 million, up from $5.3 million the year prior. The increase is attributed to higher oil production and oil prices. Fourth-quarter revenue rose 539 percent to $7.7 million, up from $1.2 million for the same period of 2006.

“We are extremely pleased with our progress for the fourth quarter and 2007 fiscal year. We finished the year operating 153 wells in four oilfields in the Jilin province,” Hongjun Wang, president of the company stated in the press release. “The rising price of oil throughout 2007 generated more cash for our business allowing us to increase the total number of wells in production from 90 at the beginning of 2007 to 153 at the end of the year. We also benefited from the implementation of water injection technologies that allowed us to maximize oil extraction at our existing wells.”

Net income for the 12 months of 2007 was reported at $5.1 million, up 439 percent from $952,000 the year before. Net income for the fourth quarter was $2.1 million, a 323 percent increase from $495,000 for the same period of 2006.

“We are very encouraged with our ability to further grow our revenue and profit in 2008. Our company enjoys a strong partnership with a major oil company, and the four oilfields in which we currently operate are proven oil bearing areas with strong reserves. CNEH has a compelling business model that is highly scalable, has minimal reserve risk, no sales costs, and generates strong cash flow. We see the opportunity to expand our operations through increased oil production, greater economies of scale and acquisition opportunities. We are building on our momentum over the last twelve months and believe that 2008 will be a monumental year for our business,” Wang stated.

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Modavox, Inc. (MDVX.OB) Provides Worldwide Platform for Cynona International’s Premiere Skin Care Products

Modavox, Inc. (OCTBB: MDVX) announced that it has created a broadcasting and ecommerce infrastructure for Cynona International. The Modavox Enterprise Platform has been customized for the distribution of the unique fine skin care, body care, bath and shower products of Cynona International. The use of the patented Modavox Enterprise platform allows content customization, real-time publishing, and the distribution of video broadcast content. By implementing the point-of-sale marketing module, Cynona is able to display video messages tailored for specific products and customer groups.

Cynona International is best known for providing the best in skin care at its spa in Scottsdale, AZ. Cynona was founded twenty years ago and features products from France, Italy, Sweden, Bali, and Hawaii. The company continually searches for high-quality lines throughout the world. Being based in the dry Arizona, the Cynona team knows the importance of the right skin care system. Each consumer has their own specific needs and Cynona has a wide-range of products to select from. The company provides fragrances, shaving products, candles, and other products to men and women as well.

Modavox, Inc., founded in 1999, is a pioneer in Internet broadcasting and holds several patents. The company is an online media distribution company and a leading developer of software products that enhance, enable and protect global network based communications. Modavox is able to deliver content, such as radio broadcasting and rich media advertising, straight to desktops and Internet-enabled devices.

Let us hear your thoughts: Modavox, Inc. Message Board, Inc. (FNDM.OB) Management Includes Some of the World’s Top Investment Executives, Inc. is focused on providing a number of services to investment management companies, with the intent to match investors with investment banks. The company also licenses investment banks. Leading the company is a team of media experts and top-level investment banking executives with many years of management experience under their belts.

CEO and Director Ray Lang brings extensive Financial Services experience to the company. He has served for 10 years at Credit Suisse First Boston, and five years as Managing Director of BNY Capital Markets. His most recent experience comes from Clear Asset Management, where he was COO of Compliance.

Bringing over 20 years of securities industry experience, President Greg Webster has extensive knowledge of asset management and a keen eye for the many aspects of Mr. Webster served as president and CEO of one of the world’s largest banks, HSBC PLC.

Phil Gentile has been serving in the financial services industry for over 25 years. He has worked with Morgan Stanley, Standard and Poors and Lehman Brothers. In addition, Mr. Gentile has owned his own business, CyberVestors, providing a newsletter to individual investors.

Independent Director Raul Biancardi began his career in finance at Morgan Stanley as the head of Emerging Markets Equities. He also served at Lehman Brothers International as Head of Fixed Income Prime Brokerage and head of Wealth and Asset Management for Europe/Middle East/Africa. Currently he presides as a senior manager at a Middle Eastern bank, in addition to his position at

Online Media and Entertainment executive Daniel Klaus has led many IT investments. He was the head of Cheyenne Capital and an $8 billion London-based hedge fund. Before coming to the company, he was instrumental in the development of MusicNation, gaining access to several rounds of seed funding for the company. Mr. Klaus was once noted as one of New York’s top 100 Internet executives.

Co-Founder and CMO Lucas Mann brings years of online media experience to the company. Previously Mr. Mann worked at Music-Nation and also co-founded Double Click, which was later sold to Google for a sum of $3 billion. He is an excellent public speaker and regularly conducts the company’s public relations.

CFO Michael Hlasa is a top-level executive and entrepreneur. He is both a CPA and a CIA. Mr. Hlavsa previously served as CFO of Asia Special Situation Acquisition Corp. Since 2004, he has been the principal owner of Signature Gaming Management. In addition, he has served as CFO and CEO of several casino/gaming operations.

The management clearly has the industry experience necessary to take the company where it wants to be. They believe that by using the power of the Internet, they can match the right investors to Funds, matching their specific criteria. They have the team and the idea, and are now ready to execute.

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Angstrom Technologies Corp. (AGMS.OB) Announces the Signing of a Definitive Agreement

Angstrom Technologies Corp. announced this afternoon that it has signed a definitive agreement that outlines the merger of its wholly owned subsidiary, Angstrom Acquisition Corp., with Angstrom Microsystems Inc. (AMI). Once the merger is completed, Angstrom Technologies Corp. plans to change its name to Angstrom Microsystems Corp. in order to accurately reflect its new business direction.

Angstrom Microsystems is a green computing solutions company that is focused on providing blade servers and workstations specifically designed for the energy-demanding datacenter sector. The company also provides software that dramatically reduces the number of machines required to complete a given task. By combining this technology with state-of-the-art cooling techniques, the company significantly reduces energy consumption while preserving high performance computing.

Terms and conditions to be met prior to the closing of the merger include: “(i) AMI obtaining the requisite shareholder approval; (ii) AMI delivering all financial statements required to consummate the merger; (iii) the Company having appointed nominees of AMI and the Company’s President to the board of directors; (iv) the parties entering into certain employment agreements with management of AMI; (v) the principals of AMI licensing certain patents of AMI to the Company; and (vi) the Company adopting a stock incentive option plan for employees and consultants.”

Angstrom Technologies Corp. CEO Alpha Pang stated, “I am excited in the new direction our Company is expected to take with this merger. With the completion of the Merger we expect to be able to move the Company forward in a positive direction to help create shareholder value. The server market alone is a several-billion-dollar industry; the fact that Angstrom Microsystems Inc., addresses a bourgeoning problem within this industry offers even more value and opportunity to our company.”

“I am therefore happy and prepare to pass the reins on to Angstrom Microsystems Inc.’s founder Mr. Lalit Jain, as the new CEO of Angstrom Technologies Corp. to lead Angstrom into a new future once the merger is completed. Mr. Jain is an alumnus of MIT and brings with him numerous years of experience in this sector, as well as over $50 million in revenues since Angstrom Microsystems Inc.’s inception,” he continued.

Lalit Jain, CEO of Angstrom Microsystems Inc, responded, “I am excited by this opportunity to lead this company and hope to enhance shareholder value by adding Angstrom’s powerful energy-saving solutions. With energy prices soaring to record levels and energy consumption surging throughout the world, Angstrom reduces energy usage in the datacenter to do more with less. Going green used to mean spending more of your hard earned ‘green.’ However, using Angstrom solutions is an environmentally-conscious way to save your ‘green’ from day one!”

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RedChip Visibility to Hold Small-Cap Investor Conference in San Francisco

RedChip Visibility, a division of RedChip Companies, will hold the RedChip Small-Cap Investor Conference on June 5, 2008 in San Francisco, CA. The focus of the conference is to provide a national forum for CEOs and executive teams of 50 emerging small-cap companies to present their goals and philosophies.

Participating small-cap companies in the alternative energy, business and consumer services, manufacturing, laser technology, Internet software and services, and biotechnology industries will provide financial presentations. There will be three presentation rooms representing Green Technology, High Technology, and Natural Resources, along with expo-style exhibitions.

Typical attendees to the RedChip investor conferences include investment bankers, fund managers, institutional and accredited investors, and research analysts. Networking events will be scheduled to enable investors and executive teams to interact one-on-one. Additionally, investors worldwide will have real-time access to the presentations by visiting

RedChip is currently accepting applications through May 5 from small-cap companies who would like to present at the conference. Pre-qualified registrants will be invited to the Elite Classic Golf Tournament and a dinner reception to be held June 4, the day before the conference. This will provide attendees with a more casual environment to network amongst themselves.

As of today, the conference will include presentations from GeoPharma Inc. (NasdaqCM:GORX), Worldwide Energy and Manufacturing USA Inc. (OTC BB:WEMU.OB), Rock Energy Resources (OTC BB:RCKE.OB), Bridgeline Software Inc. (NasdaqCM:BLSW), ZAGG Inc. (OTC BB:ZAGG.OB), Alternative Construction Technologies Inc. (OTC BB: ACCY.OB), Newtek Business Services Inc. (NasdaqGM:NEWT), Sharps Compliance Corp. (OTC BB:SCOM.OB), Echo Therapeutics Inc. (OTC BB:ECTE.OB), Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide Inc. (NasdaqGM:QTWW), and over 40 other emerging growth companies.

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Rock Energy Resources, Inc. (RCKE.OB) Files Application to List On The American Stock Exchange

Rock Energy Resources, Inc. (OTCBB: RCKE), today announced that the company has filed an application for approval to trade its common stock on the American Stock Exchange. The company is involved in the exploration, development and production of crude oil and natural gas. “The application for listing on the American Stock Exchange is a significant milestone for our company, and we are committed to working with the AMEX to meet its listing requirements,” said Rocky Emery, CEO of Rock Energy Resources.

Rock Energy also today announced that the company has entered into an agreement with Perm Energy Advisors Inc. for $40 million of equity financing, which will provide Rock Energy Resources, Inc. with the working capital needed for the next 12 months. “This is a big step for the company as we begin to execute our development plans for the California and Texas properties,” Rocky Emery added. In addition, the company is also working on other pertinent acquisitions to expand its reserve base and current cash flow.

Rock Energy was founded in 2004 as an oil and gas company based out of Houston, Texas. The company uses the latest technologies to seek untapped onshore natural gas and crude oil. Rock Energy Resources currently produces and sells natural gas and crude oil from Texas and California.

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SARS Corporation (SARO.OB) Increases 2008 Sales Projection to $16 Million

In December of last year, SARS Corp acquired the UtilityEye™ from Andronics, Ltd. This breakthrough technology remotely monitors propane and butane gas tank levels via satellite. The UtilityEye LPG system can monitor tanks both above and below ground. It is ideal for commercial and residential tanks and identifies fuel levels as well as sends utility notifications when a tank is filled and/or transmits alarms when fuel levels drop to a predetermined level.

After visiting some of the world’s largest propane suppliers, SARS has increased its projected 2008 sales of its UtilityEye™ system to $16 million, which amounts to delivering a total of 25,000 monitoring units. The company is hoping to deliver the additional units to key customers during the summer months when the weather is more advantageous for installations.

The company is excited about delivering the UtilityEye to the industry as stated by Clayton Shelver, CEO of SARS, “Our meetings with the world’s major propane suppliers have demonstrated a great opportunity to leverage SARS® UtilityEye two-way data solutions for monitoring and managing remote assets, specifically vehicles and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) tanks in Europe, North America and South America.”

He also added, “The application of this technology has generated worldwide interest. The ability to remotely measure LPG levels in propane tanks can reduce delivery costs significantly. In many cases the return-on-investment can be less than 18 months.”

SARS’ line of services also includes the SARS Tracpoint®, a solution that uses General Packet Radio Service and satellite technologies to track and monitor the movement and location of vehicles.

Let us hear your thoughts below: Featured Company: South Texas Oil Company, Inc. (STXX) Signs Gas Agreement and Readies Existing Oil Wells for Cash Flow

It may be dogged determination or just exceptional planning with a dash of luck, but some companies seem to be in the right place at the right time. When some pull up stakes in search of richer pastures, others merely watch and laugh as they slog through the dust. Finally, when the winds start blowing from another direction, those who plan and wait find reason to smile.

This is clearly the case with South Texas Oil Company Inc., an oil and natural gas acquisition, development and exploration company working to take advantage of oil and gas properties that others have abandoned for those green pastures. The company only works with proven oil and gas fields, and currently holds leases totaling 25,000+ acres in Texas and Colorado.

As oil and gas prices continue to hover near record prices, the company appears ready to take advantage of its existing properties. A tentative agreement to sell certain drilling equipment assets has been terminated in favor of potential opportunities for the equipment. Additionally, new gas agreements have been put in place that will begin generating new revenues in the second half of 2008. Although both oil and gas show exceptional return potential, the gas component of the company’s holdings may actually be the more near term revenue generator as the company works to ramp existing oil wells left by others.

It seems that the company’s most recent gas agreement, with no minimums and initial transmission shipments of 150 thousand/cfd, will be an integral portion of the company’s future growth plans. Its transmission and infrastructure agreement for this project calls for infrastructure improvements as capacity shipments increase – after an initial improvement phase – so a longer term future does appear likely.

Oil opportunities, however, are expected to be no small contributor to the company’s anticipated near term revenue growth. The State of Texas has recently revised its drilling regulations to double the concentration of potential wells on existing leases. In the past, a company could drill only one well per 20 acres, but now it may drill one well per 10 acres.

In-fill drilling, as South Texas Oil Company calls it, will provide the largest growth opportunity for the company on its Texas leases. In a certain sense, one might say that this regulation change has effectively doubled the company’s holdings in Texas. Indeed, the company appears to have been in the right place, at the right time, with leases in hand and equipment ready to produce.

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Budget Waste Inc. on Track to Realize 55% Increase in Annual Revenue for the Year Ending March 31, 2008

Budget Waste Inc. (PINKSHEETS: BDGW) announced today that the company is on track to realize a 55% increase in revenues over the previous year.

BWI is pleased to announce that a projected increase in revenues of 55% should be reached for the current year ending March 31, 2008. BWI has generated an average monthly income of $1,350,000 for the first 9 months of 2007, this calculates into year end revenue of approximately $16,200,000. This represents an increase of approximately $5,759,000 over the previous year’s income of $10,441,000.

StockGuru Trade Alert: Profile Stock China Voice (CHVC) Up as Much as 18% Today on Volume More than Seven Times Ten-Day Average

StockGuru Trade Alert: Profile Stock China Voice (CHVC) Up as Much as 18% Today on Volume More than Seven Times Ten-Day Average

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Based on Today’s Intraday High of $1.21, Our Profile CHVC is Up More than 18%!

CHVC is Up More than 30% Since We Began Coverage on March 20th. Pre-Coverage Price was $0.93.

Today’s Volume is Very Strong – With 517,766 Shares Traded, it is More than Seven Times the Ten-Day Average of 65,491!

About China Voice: China Voice Holding Corp. (OTC: CHVC) has a portfolio of next-generation communications products and services doing business in the People’s Republic of China and the U.S. Through its subsidiaries, the Company provides Voice over Internet Protocol (”VoIP”) telephone services, office automation, wireless broadband, unified messaging, video conferencing, mobility services and other advanced voice and data services in China, where the Company has obtained full legal status as a licensed telecommunications company. The Chinese telecommunications market is the largest and fastest growing in the world. CHVC’s focus is on providing innovative telecommunication applications and solutions to customers. CHVC plans to grow its customer base in China and other parts of the world through marketing and sales efforts as well as acquiring and merging with synergistic companies. is owned and operated by Pentony Enterprises LLC, 9555 Lebanon Road, Suite 103, Frisco, Texas 75035. Telephone: (469) 252-3030. Web: Email: Disclosure: Pentony Enterprises LLC has been compensated $12,000 from a non-controlling third party for profile coverage. Pentony Enterprises is not a registered investment adviser or a broker/dealer. Pentony Enterprises LLC makes no recommendation that the purchase of securities of companies profiled in this web site is suitable or advisable for any person, or that an investment in such securities will be profitable. In general, given the nature of the companies profiled and the lack of an active trading market for their securities, investing in such securities is highly speculative and carries a high degree of risk.

StockGuru Trade Alert: Profile Stock HYBR Up $0.30 Intraday Monday and Up $1.79 from a Week Ago

StockGuru Trade Alert: Profile Stock HYBR Up $0.30 Intraday Monday and Up $1.79 from a Week Ago

HYBR is Now Up as Much as 56% and Up $1.79 Since We Initiated Coverage on March 24th!

Today’s Intraday High is $4.95!

Volume is Already Greater than the Ten-Day Average!

Current Volume: 165,160

Ten-Day Average: 140,157

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StockGuru Trade Alert: Profile Stock Data Call Technologies (DCLT) Up More than 77% on Volume More than Triple Ten-Day Average

StockGuru Trade Alert: Profile Stock Data Call Technologies (DCLT) Up More than 77% on Volume More than Triple Ten-Day Average

High So Far: $0.062

Friday’s Close: $0.035

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Ten-Day Average: 95,857

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StockGuru Blog: Hybrid Technologies (HYBR) – $2.20 for 90 Miles

New Generation Technology Vehicles

Hybrid Technologies, Inc., (OTCBB: HYBR) is a development stage technology company that is focusing its resources and efforts on the development and marketing of lithium-powered vehicles and products, as well as on commercial and residential properties. By using its proprietary advanced lithium management and battery balancing system, HYBR converts gas-emission vehicles to electric power. The Company presently markets lithium ion battery-powered Chrysler PT Cruisers, Mini Coopers, Chrysler Crossfires, and Mercedes’ Smart Cars and has recently introduced the LiV™ series, its own line of all-electric lithium ion battery-powered vehicles. HYBR offers telecommunications services to business and residential customers utilizing VoIP technology through its subsidiary, Zingo, Inc. The immediate focus is Canada, Central and Latin America, Europe and developed countries in Asia, allowing those destinations to have access to superior multilevel platforms that provide highly reliable and advanced telecommunications services. Hybrid Technologies was incorporated in 2000 and was formerly known as Whistler Investments, Inc. In 2005, it changed its name to Hybrid Technologies, Inc. Hybrid Technologies is based in Las Vegas, Nevada.

$2.20 for 90 Miles

Hybrid Technologies is capable of fitting almost any vehicle with a lithium-powered engine. Everything from scooters, bicycles, mopeds and motorcycles, to boats, cars, and even lawnmowers can be adapted to utilize this portable electric power source that produces virtually no emissions. Recently, the company completed a project in conjunction with Volkswagen’s Electronic Research Laboratory in Palo Alto, CA to retrofit a 1964 Deluxe Microbus with an all-electric drive engine powered by lithium polymer batteries.

HYBR already offers to the public a Smart Car and all-electric conversions of the Chrysler Crossfire, Mini Cooper and PT Cruiser with this technology, an ATV, as well as the LiV™ Series, its own line of zero-emission, noise free vehicles.

The LiV™ Series was recently introduced at the March New York International Auto Show — six lithium-ion-powered vehicles, including a $39,500 electric version of the Toyota Yaris hatchback called the LiV™ Wise and a 105 horsepower carbon-fiber-bodied sports car called the LiV™ Rush. The company already offers lithium-ion-powered versions of the Mini Cooper (dubbed the LiV™ Flash, and priced at $57,500), the Smart ForTwo (the LiV™ Dash; $43,500), and the Chrysler PT Cruiser (the LiV™ Surge; $55,000). Performance-wise, all of Hybrid’s conversions can go on one electric plug charge cycle for 100 miles or so and top out somewhere between 70 and 90 mph, with the LiV™ Rush, hitting 120 mph.

Besides passenger vehicles, Hybrid Technologies also sells the LiV™ RYDER chopper, a chopper-style motorcycles that can go as fast as 74 miles per hour. The chopper features a monster 300 rear tire for the dedicated motorcyclist seeking the ultimate riding experience. Also at the New York Show was the Hybrid Tech lithium-powered military vehicle, the LiV™ REAPER, mounted with a 50-calibre gun and grenade launcher, and an all-terrain vehicle, the LiV™ BULLDOG ATV. Hybrid Tech plans to offer a division of its Company for production of the custom-designed electric wheelchairs. LiV™ FREE wheelchair, not be eclipsed by the Moped-like and attractive LiV™ CRUZ bicycle.

As of mid-2007, HYBR was the only innovative company selling consumer ready electric-powered vehicles – and distribution licenses – from its website (

It’s In The Battery

HYBR is involved in researching and developing the portable lithium battery power pack technology to model different cathode structures and optimize process parameters to obtain a single phase and pure material in industrial scale. In February it made an important announcement on a successful move toward development of a new cathode material that will be incorporated to a Lithium Ion Polymer Battery. The company’s new Lithium Ion Polymer battery significantly increases operating voltage range and energy density. The new cathode material comprising the “Superlattice Structure” allows electric vehicles to be driven over 200 miles compared to the current 120 to 140 mile range. The pure material is produced in-house and is synthesized at an industrial scale.

Dr. Surajit Sengupta, Director of Battery R&D at Hybrid Technologies, states “our objective is to create the Next Generation of lithium ion polymer battery that is environmentally non-toxic, safe, less expensive and more powerful.”

The Company’s advanced battery technology offers some of the industry’s fastest charger systems. The high density and lightweight lithium-ion batteries can be charged by simply plugging them into a common household electrical outlet. Deemed the Advanced Drive System Technology, The lithium power system consists of an integrated network of high performance components that is adaptable to multiple energy sources and is capable of powering a wide variety of end-user product applications.

Further and Future Price Cuts

February 11, 2008 Hybrid Tech announced substantial price reductions on the Smart Car, Mini Cooper, and PT Cruiser. In contrast to the continual increase in gas prices, the reduction in lithium ion battery costs allow HYBR to pass savings along to their customers. With fuel prices at record high levels and the global focus moving rapidly towards addressing pollution, the needs for sustainable, zero emission energy and more cost savings are ever more in demand. The future for lithium production speaks favorable in terms of availability and lower costs. Management at HYBR foresees the lithium industry as one of the fastest growing segments within the global economy.

A World Model

The all-lithium vehicles from HYBR are quickly gaining Auto Industry and consumer notice. The company is pleased with its feature episode in the award winning History Channel series Modern Marvels showing several of its models. A writer from the popular site attending the recent New York International Auto show exclaimed, “I hopped into the Hybrid Technologies Lithium Powered Super Car with the guy who built it. There was no top, so I enjoyed the welcome good weather–at last!–in NYC. The car itself was a hoot to drive!” The HYBR produced Mini Cooper has gained massive international media attention from outlets such as CNN, Forbes, Popular Mechanics, and Wired magazine.

Last year, the Government of Canada launched the new “ecoTECHNOLOGY for Vehicles Program”. The program will thoroughly test an array of light-duty vehicles, and then publish their safety and environmental performances. The Canadian Ministry of Transportation purchased models of the Smart Car and PT Cruiser, expanding Hybrid’s brand recognition, and providing Canadians with valuable information on HYBR’s vehicles.

Hybrid has partnered with ALITALIA for shipment to ITALY and is actively selecting other partnerships to distribute its PT cruiser, Mini Cooper and Smart car models.

In a study produced last year by the Electric Power Research Institute found, it was shown that widespread adoption of plug-ins in the United States could reduce greenhouse emissions in 2050 by more than 450 million metric tons a year, the output of 82.5 million cars. The United States produces so much electricity, “Even if everyone went out and bought a plug-in hybrid,” the institute’s Mark Duvall said, “it is extraordinarily unlikely that we’ll ever significantly tax the system.”

Hybrid Technologies is leading in the development and marketing of lithium-powered products worldwide. With its proven technology, The Company is now poised to setup a Dealer/Distributor network in North America and license its’ technology to other automotive manufacturers.

StockGuru Trade Alert: Profile Stock Hybrid Technologies (HYBR) Up $0.53 Intraday Monday – Volume More than Three Times Twenty-Day Average

StockGuru Trade Alert: Profile Stock Hybrid Technologies (HYBR) Up $0.53 Intraday Monday – Volume More than Three Times Twenty-Day Average

Our Profile HYBR Has Started the Week Off with Yet Another Strong Performance!

Based on Today’s Intraday High of $5.18, HYBR is Up $0.53 from Friday’s Close and is Now Up $2.02 Since We Initiated Coverage on March 24th!

And its Volume of 371,282 is More than Three Times the Twenty-Day Average of 119,748!

About Hybrid Technologies: Hybrid Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: HYBR) is a development stage technology company that is focusing its resources and efforts on the development and marketing of lithium-powered vehicles and products, as well as on commercial and residential properties. Everything from scooters, bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles, cars and homes are being converted successfully to zero-emission, lithium-powered vehicles and facilities. is owned and operated by Pentony Enterprises LLC, 9555 Lebanon Road, Suite 103, Frisco, Texas 75035. Telephone: (469) 252-3030. Web: Email: Pentony Enterprises LLC has been compensated $25,000 from a non-controlling third party for profile coverage. Pentony Enterprises is not a registered investment adviser or a broker/dealer. Pentony Enterprises LLC makes no recommendation that the purchase of securities of companies profiled in this web site is suitable or advisable for any person, or that an investment in such securities will be profitable. In general, given the nature of the companies profiled and the lack of an active trading market for their securities, investing in such securities is highly speculative and carries a high degree of risk.


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