Monthly Archives: May 2015

GeoTraq, Inc. (GTRQ) Addressing Unmet Need in Location-Based Services Market

May 29, 2015

GeoTraq is a location-based services (LBS) technology provider established to manufacture and sell cellular transceiver modules enabled by Cell-ID. The company’s proprietary technology addresses an unmet need in the large LBS market segment. With the small size, low cost and low battery consumption of Cell-ID modules, location tags implementing GeoTraq’s modules can be smaller, less expensive and operate over longer periods of time than those using more traditional cellular modules.

“Cell-ID modules will allow companies to deploy extremely small tracking tags worldwide and locate them with a click of a button,” stated Gregg Sullivan, Chief Executive Officer of GeoTraq.

In May, the company announced the successful production of the world’s first Cell-ID module. Named the G-200 2G GSM Quad-Band Cell-ID Module, the device is designed specifically for integration into location and tracking devices that require worldwide tracking and long battery life. The technology serves as a ‘registration only’ cellular module that doesn’t support voice or data services, but the ability to register on nearly every GSM cellular network on the planet opens the door for huge possibilities going forward. GeoTraq’s new module is the first that will allow wireless device integrators to design Cell-ID enabled location products, which could serve significant sectors in the commercial, industrial and consumer markets.

“This is a huge milestone for GeoTraq,” continued Sullivan. “Our new G-200 2G Quad-Band Cell-ID Module will be capable of registering on over 1,200 cellular carriers throughout the world allowing it to be located practically anywhere.”

Cell-ID technology addresses a large portion of the LBS market that’s currently under-served. Traditional solutions are severely limited by a host of factors. In the case of RFID and Wi-Fi, the requirement for close proximity to a network makes global tracking difficult. In the case of GPS, bulky size and excessive power consumption limit applications. Using Cell-ID technology, tracking devices can circumvent proximity needs while maintaining battery life for years following initial deployment.

In February, GeoTraq teamed with iTraq, the world’s first global location device using cellular towers, to bring this revolutionary technology to consumers. This purchase order, which was for 30,000 Cell-ID modules, will serve as a powerful proof of concept for the company’s technology moving forward.

As GeoTraq moves closer to full scale commercialization of its Cell-ID module, it’s an exciting time for investors of this development stage company. The company anticipates that it will recognize revenue for its tracking devices in the fourth quarter of its fiscal year (ending July 31, 2015), opening the door for strong growth in the years to come.

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One World Holdings, Inc.’s (OWOO) Momentum in First-Half 2015 Hints at What’s to Come

One World Holdings has had an impressive run so far this year, moving at a considerable pace to expand the visibility and availability of its Prettie Girls! Dolls line. The achievements didn’t go unnoticed in the investment world, with the company’s stock increasing as much as 700%.

The activity kicked off in January when the company’s One World Doll Project launched a line of apparel and accessories to further expand the Prettie Girls! brand through the company’s retail website, The expansion got the ball rolling for what would be a flurry of activity.

The following month, One World fully leveraged its partnership with legendary doll designer Robert Tonner and released images of its new product line co-developed with the Tonner Doll Company.

Shortly after, One World received its first order through and made the first of several media appearances that included CEOLIVE.TV and Huffington Post. This exposure was in addition to the company’s previous coverage on CNN, The Toy Insider Magazine,, the Houston Chronicle, and many outlets.

By late March the company had made advances on its capital position. One World reported that since January it had raised $648,000 from a group of private investors and obtained purchase order funding commitments up to an additional $950,000. The funding provided the company with the capital needed to carry out the national expansion of its Prettie Girls! and Prettie Girls! Tween Scene dolls into big box retail stores, and assisted in the elimination of toxic debt.

Most recently, in April, One World reported its 2014 results and issued its expectations for the rest of 2015. One World posted 2014 annual revenue at $109,520, a year-over-year improvement of 532% as compared to $20,549 in 2013. The year-over-year growth is consistent with the company’s previous 2014 quarterly performance improvements.

“We are pleased to report strong revenue growth in 2014 and with our recent announcement of a retail partnership with Walmart we look forward to a significant increase in sales revenues for 2015,” One World Holdings CEO Joanne Melton stated in the news release. “It has already been a big year for us and as we continue to expand the Prettie Girls! brand across the nation, we expect to see even more sales performance as the 2015 Christmas season draws closer.”

One World has established distribution deals with Toys “R” Us, HEB,, Tuckers Toy Shop,,, and has recently expanded its retail presence internationally with the People’s Pharmacy storechain in the Central American country of Belize. Looking at the multiple milestones achieved in 2015 thus far, the company appears to firmly remain on track to fulfill its nationwide distribution expansion initiatives.

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Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH) – Offering Impact with Technology

An engineering, manufacturing and product development company, Galenfeha provides engineering services, stored energy solutions, and chemical injection pumps for oil and natural gas producers.

Since its establishment, this Fort Worth, Texas-based corporation has been focused on developing novel products that help reduce its customers’ associated energy production costs, including carbon footprint, hazardous waste and other non-sustainable aspects of producing energy. The company holds closely to its mission to assist energy producers and users of conventional stored energy products in becoming more efficient, and it meets these goals by creating products that outperform current technology and reduce environmental impact.

Innovation is key at Galenfeha. The company offers incredible maneuverability when it comes to product development, engineering and manufacturing and, through research and development, is fleshing out alternate methods for producing energy more efficiently. By developing new tools for oil and gas production, the company is helping clients meet new environmental demands.


• Stored Energy – Galenfeha is developing more efficient ways to power products that require stored energy than what has previously been accomplished with traditional methods. Its stored energy products offer patent-pending technology that easily reaches a 2-1 ratio in consistent voltage delivery and up to 10-1 ratio in overall life-cycle longevity. Additionally, the company recently developed a new stored energy product with no heavy metal chemistry.

• Production – The company’s oil and gas production tools also offer substantial cost savings and environmental impact reduction via its best-in-the-industry systems with accuracy rates over 95%. The elegant simplicity of the Daylight line of injection pumps coupled with the new standard in user interface capability of the iWaV SCADA system has succeeded in raising the bar in location efficiency and OPEX cost savings for firms across the North American continent.

Galenfeha provides its contractual engineering services, produces and implements its proprietary products into the mainstream of oil and natural gas production sites, and sells these products and services to oil and gas producers through a distribution network of oil field service and supply companies or directly to the companies and their agencies. Backed by a management team that upholds the highest levels of business ethics and personal integrity in all types of transactions and interactions, the company is exceedingly proud of the corporate values which guide its operations.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Universal Mobile Interface Knocking on Door of Rapidly Emerging Multibillion Dollar U.S. Online Gambling Market

With the 19th annual East Coast Gaming Congress & iGaming Institute conference, the industry’s second largest, having just wrapped up in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and the subject of legalized internet gambling across Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada having been a hot topic of discussion, the mobile compliance gaming advantages of Consorteum Holdings’ (OTC: CSRH) Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) platform have come back into focus. With New Jersey and Delaware now in their second year of regulated iGaming and proponents in Delaware fighting hard to get sports betting pushed through, even as states like Pennsylvania and New York are both moving legislatively to embrace iGaming and sports betting, Morgan Stanley’s report from September of 2014 projecting that the U.S. market for online gambling could hit $5.2 billion by 2020 is looking more and more to be right on the money. It doesn’t come as a surprise though that the online gambling industry is set to rise, considering it is quite easy to do a quick search into something like ninja casino games and find that you are looking for.

Consorteum’s wholly-owned ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (359) subsidiary, which is known for their KenoUSA Android app on Google Play, developed in agreement with keno gaming service
provider and keno product manufacturer XpertX, has a wealth of experience leveraging their thin client application UMI architecture for executing mobile solutions in this area. In fact, 359’s software team was responsible for the first ever regulatory-compliant mobile platform for delivering third party gaming content to have been successfully vetted by the extremely rigorous Nevada Gaming Board. The UMI is a powerhouse platform architecture for this space too, as thin client cloud-enabled apps provide numerous performance benefits over native apps, offloading much of the heavy lifting to remote servers and freeing up resources on the end user’s device. Ultimately, this allows for a much more vibrant and rich interactive game to be created, as the end user’s device has less of a computational and display burden to shoulder.

Moreover, the company’s UMI solution, in addition to having the client server handle lottery and/or game content, allows the content to be displayed correctly and in the proper resolution, irrespective of the user’s device. This same capability is what makes the UMI great for a variety of other roles in the mobile space, whether its bringing a company and their brand presence to the maximum number of users via rich apps, or executing complex solutions for banking, ecommerce, healthcare, and even government markets. The ability to land presence on over 1.5k devices or more, with consistent display performance and design realization intact, and all without the need to write additional code or patch the end user’s client, is an advantage that makes CSRH’s UMI an easy pick for developers when it comes to mobile compliance gaming – but the robust and proven geo-location, geo-fencing and security features are what really sets the platform apart in this space.

Mobile compliance gaming is a market with lots of room to grow too. In New Jersey revenues from online gaming already run in the neighborhood of around $120 million, ten times more than in Nevada, where brick and mortar gambling is still king. But we all know what operations like Netflix and Amazon Prime have done to the brick and mortar video rental space, and while the obvious secondary appeal factors for casinos won’t be disappearing anytime soon the way Blockbuster stores have. The attractiveness of tax revenues for state legislators, combined with the ability to gamble for real money from increasingly ubiquitous smartphone and tablet users, will likely drive the industry forward rapidly in coming years, despite a few crusty old holdout politicians, mired in antiquated ideas and praxis left over from before the advent of smartphone and tablet computing. Take a moment to really think about how Apple’s iTunes and downloadable music has forever changed the music industry, how OTAs (online travel agencies) have changed the nature of travel, or how online brokerages like TD Ameritrade have revolutionized trading, and you can start to really get a handle on what the future of regulated online gambling might look like.

With Nevada and Delaware already engaged in an online poker liquidity-sharing compact, the writing is on the wall for the future of the industry. In California, recent estimates on the potential size of the regulated online poker market range as high as $1.3 billion (Capitol Matrix). With the average of estimates from a wide variety of sources coming in closer to the $215 million mark for the first year, and around $310 million a year thereafter, the decision over whether or not to allow regulated online gambling an easy one for state legislatures to make, especially considering the tax revenues that could be collected, as well as jobs that could be created. What’s not so easy is resolving issues like app-specific geo-fencing requirements, needed to ensure that users are gaming from within a regulated location.

Luckily this is an area where CSRH’s technology has the upper hand, having already been fully vetted by the gold standard of industry regulators, the Nevada Gaming Commission and State Gaming Control Board, as validated via Stations Casino’s Sportsbook app implementation. The company’s technology uses the native geo-location functionality of the end user’s requisitely un-jailbroken mobile device to circumvent spoofing, making it a comfortable choice for developers who want to push rich content to users, and not worry about violating regulatory compliance.

Morgan Stanley sees the possibility of exponential growth in this industry over the next several years and, as was the case during the gold rush era, its companies like CSRH, focused on selling the equivalent of picks and shovels, who will see some of the most substantial long-term upside. Giving third party developers and casinos a platform they can use to easily implement and maintain a compliant gaming solution for their customers, is a great way to win big as the trend towards regulated internet gambling evolves further. And because CSRH’s thin client approach opens up the broadest possible end user device spectrum to developers, the process of natural technology selection substantially favors UMI-based deployments.

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Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. (PNOW) Issues Update on Q1 Filing with OTC Markets

Pure Hospitality Solutions today said it is nearing completion of its first-quarter filings with the OTC Markets and expects to complete the process within the next five business days.

As the company’s accountants wrap up the financial reports to complete the filing, PNOW president and CEO Melvin Pereira assured the investment community that the company does not foresee late filings moving forward.

“As we initially stated, aside from this one filing, we do not anticipate being late on any future filings,” Pereira stated in the news release. “As with the year-end, this filing was temporarily delayed due to the implementation of our multi-million dollar divestiture initiative, where we again, successfully reduced an additional $1 million of debt.”

Pereira also highlighted the company’s upcoming launch of its online travel agency (OTA), Oveedia.

“As PURE nears completion of first quarter filings, and our programming team aggressively ramps up the coding integration of Oveedia, we find ourselves at a truly remarkable place as a company. We have a blossoming relationship with Sabre and have been contacted by a number of properties and tour companies interested in listing on our platform. As PURE nears completion of first quarter filing, we anxiously await the initial phase of Oveedia’s launch. We unquestionably anticipate rapid growth throughout the Central American-Caribbean region.”

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) Capturing Market Share with Unique Energy Generation Processes

Dominovas Energy Corp. (OTCQB: DNRG) is an energy solutions company whose endeavors are focused on delivering clean, efficient, and reliable electricity to areas of the world where supply falls short of minimal need on a multi-megawatt scale. With its eye on capturing this immense alternative energy market opportunity, Dominovas Energy is executing on a deployment model while taking a leading position among alternative green energy solutions providers. DNRG offers “alternative green energy solutions” by way of a unique, non-traditional energy generation process.

DNRG possesses designs to build and own fuel cell utilities all over the world. As a result, the company is among some of the world’s largest and most well-known companies seeking to capitalize on opportunity in this emerging sector. Most notably, the RUBICON™ has emerged in today’s market due to its multi-megawatt deployment capability allowing for profitable commercialization while meeting the demands of the world market.

Dominovas Energy has publicly expressed its commitment to deploying the most technologically advanced, cost effective, market-based energy solution available today. Further, the company emphasizes that ‘cost efficiency’ does not translate in any way to ‘compromising’ when it comes to addressing societal, political, ecosystem concerns, and other critical issues. DNRG is well aware that deployed energy solutions can serve as a foundation for creating new business opportunities and job prospects that in turn will benefit the societies and environments in which it serves. Dominovas Energy embraces energy challenges from a solutions-oriented platform while consulting companies and Nations that will experience a variety of known and unknown obstacles over time.

Dominovas Energy benefits from its employment of Dr. Shamiul Islam, who completed his post-doctoral fellow at the University of Calgary. Dr. Islam has extensive experience in the fuel cell industry and has been recognized around the globe for his advancements in the fuel cell industry and his innovations in the solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) field. Dr. Islam, Executive Vice President for Fuel Cell Operations, is laying out a course for Dominovas Energy Corp with intentions of transforming today’s industry standards through partnership efforts with the company’s manufacturers.

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AXIM Biotechnologies, Inc. (AXIM) Leads the Way in Industrial Hemp Research and Development

AXIM Biotechnologies is a leader in industrial hemp biosciences focusing on the research, development and production of pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and cosmetic products, as well as alternative sources of energy. The company is setting the green standard for cannabinoid bioscience through the discovery and commercialization of new materials and technologies that promote healthy living while respecting the environment. By exploring innovative pharmaceutical delivery systems and active pharmaceutical ingredients, the company is advancing the market for the treatment of debilitating conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, ADHD, spasticity, pain, restless leg syndrome and Crohn’s disease.

“AXIM Biotech is providing health conscious and environmentally conscious consumers with all-natural alternatives,” stated Dr. George E. Anastassov, Chief Executive Officer of AXIM.

The company is in a strong strategic position to thrive as the global market for cannabis related products continues to expand with loosening regulatory restrictions and evolving consumer opinion. According to the Pew Research Center, domestic support for cannabis legalization is rapidly outpacing opposition. In 2015, a slim majority of 53 percent of survey respondents voted in favor of outright legalization, marking the first time that a majority of Americans voted in this manner. Shifting opinions should continue to drive demand for the company’s unique offerings moving forward.

In April, AXIM made global headlines following the announcement of its line of Cannabigerol (CBG) products. Unlike other cannabinoids, CBG is known to contain non-psychoactive cannabinoids and essential amino acids that provide benefits to oral health. Included in this revolutionary line are all-natural retail products such as toothpaste, mouthwash, dentifrice, oral gel and lip balm. In May, the company secured an exclusive license to develop and produce a cannabinoid-infused chewing gum, expanding on AXIM’s product line.

“We feel that AXIM’s ability to research cannabinoids and introduce unique delivery methods is a catalyst that will drive new demand for both the consumer retail and pharmaceutical markets,” continued Anastassov.

In the coming months, AXIM will look to continue efforts towards establishing itself as a world leader in the clinical development of novel phytocannabinoid-based medicines and products. Through the demonstration of clinical proof of concept in indications not met by current pharmacology, the company should be in a strong strategic position to realize rapid growth in the maturing global market.

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Mobile Lads Corp. (MOBO) Mastering The eCommerce & mCommerce Domains

May 28, 2015

With a record breaking $304 billion plus in domestic retail ecommerce sales last year, the recent move by Mobile Lads Corp. (OTC: MOBO) to acquire and begin operating the North American arm of Domark International’s world-class web platform (, which lists over 30 million products from more than 400 blue chip retailers, could not be more well-timed. More than just a unique shopping solution designed around offering consumers the best, up to 80% off deals, on the best brands around, Simba Deals is a well-connected destination that has key partnerships with leading traffic-driving media venues like the top nationally distributed Canadian newspaper, The Globe and Mail. Design is important, this is why you are going to want to make sure you get the best advice on how to design shopify website or any ecommerce website. Globe & Mail on its own has over 340k subscriptions and nearly 900k readers for their national weekday edition (both print and online), and the periodical has over 410k subscribers for their Saturday edition, which has over 1 million readers. Mobile Lads will be working hard to convert traffic into sales now that they are running the NA arm of Domark’s established ecommerce platform, and with a 4 to 15 percent take on all merchandise sales off the site, MOBO has stepped into what will no doubt be a major revenue generating aspect of their future operations.

The aforementioned U.S. Commerce Department retail ecommerce sales figure of $304 billion represents a 15.4 percent jump over 2013 sales, an increase which, given that ecommerce has been posting similar YOY increases in the range of 15 percent each year since 2009, should make investors stop and really think about the bright future of this sector. The potential for operations like Simba Deals, which emphasizes providing awesome deals that consumers cannot find elsewhere, in a market largely dominated by a tiny handful of players such as Amazon, is considerable. There is a great deal of upside for an outfit like Simba Deals, which is already successfully capturing a growing portion of the overall ecommerce traffic generated by consumers, who are now increasingly turning away from brick and mortar retail, primarily for the sake of convenience, as well as using their mobile devices to do so.

This is an area where Mobile Lads has their strongest footing as a company, in the bedrock of the booming global mcommerce space, which now represents around 29 percent of all ecommerce here in the U.S. (Criteo) each year and which is on track to grow at an inviting 32.23 percent through 2019 globally (where it represents 34 percent of all ecommerce), according to analysis out earlier this year by TechNavio. Criteo’s Q1 2015 report on the sector indicates that U.S. mcommerce transactions grew by 10 percent in the last three months alone. meanwhile, in Japan and South Korea, mcommerce has grown to a whopping half of all ecommerce, marking a clear milestone for the growth of mobile when it comes to consumer’s preferred method for making retail purchases. Criteo analysts forecast that by the end of this year, mcommerce will gobble up another 4 percent of the ecommerce market in the U.S., and another 6 percent globally.

Technologies like the xmVerify platform, a two factor authentication based solution for real-time mobile transaction security, which leverages one of the best cryptographic services in existence today and which gives the end-user total control over verifying and authorizing each transaction that is made, is way ahead of the curve when it comes to stopping credit card fraud. Credit card fraud is predicted by many analysts to rise sharply as we head towards normalization of the EMV (Europay, MasterCard and Visa) chip-based standards here in the U.S., with criminals looking to get in while the getting is good and snatch credit card details before the transition is completed (perhaps one major explanation behind the increased data breaches and thefts of customer information throughout the 2012 to 2014 period). However, there are still significant weaknesses in the chip and pin EMV protocol, as has been demonstrated via the European EMV standard that has been in place for a decade, with poor implementations also creating significant vulnerabilities.

Exploitations of the nonce, an “unpredictable number” generated by ATMs to validate transactions, which cannot be distinguished from card cloning fraud when it comes to analyzing the card-issuing entity’s logs (and which can often be achieved even if the physical card cannot be cloned), as well as the ability for criminals to obtain an authentic nonce from sources like receipts, represent huge implementation vulnerabilities for chip based EMV. Moreover, conversion to the EMV chip standard will likely ignite a firestorm of fraud activity in “card not present” transactions like ATM, ecommerce and mcommerce, with criminals rushing out of other forms of fraud and into areas like using stolen card numbers to buy things online.

It is precisely here that solutions like xmVerify shine their brightest, offering consumers an encrypted mcommerce solution that ultimately allows them to sign off before any transaction can be executed, requiring the thief to have stolen not just a card or information, but the user’s mobile device as well. Given that a stolen device can be deactivated easily from another computing platform or mobile, even incidents where, for instance, a woman’s purse is stolen, potentially giving the thief access to all the requisite elements, fraud can be circumvented by the user via device deactivation, and thus halted in its tracks. Additional mcommerce technologies marketed by MOBO, like the xmBilling platform for doing cheap and easy automated volume-based billing, as well as xmOne, a custom card top-up solution aimed at the college and university market, further add to the company’s appeal as one of the more innovative players in the field today.

The combination of such compelling mcommerce technologies, with a fast-growing ecommerce website like or Shopify, makes Mobile Lads an extremely attractive target for investors looking to get in on the underlying dynamics before they truly go supernova in the next few years, as even more smartphones proliferate into ever more hands, and even more people move towards shopping online.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Positioned for Rapid Growth with Participation in HGACBuy Program

Cleartronic, through its subsidiary, ReadyOp Communications, Inc., recently announced a three year agreement with the Houston-Galveston Area Council to participate in the HGACBuy program. This cooperative purchasing program opens the door for local governments and non-profits to make purchases based on contracts established by other government entities. In total, the new agreement gives Cleartronic improved access to over 6,000 government agencies and non-profits across the country, providing the company with ample opportunity to grow the ReadyOp™ platform in the coming years.

For over 30 years, the HGACBuy program has made the procurement process more efficient for government agencies. Effectively, inclusion in the program serves as a blanket contract for Cleartronic and the ReadyOp™ platform, providing participating members with access to the proven interoperability system at a pre-approved rate.

“ReadyOp™ is already in use by many federal, state and local government agencies, hospitals, school, universities, ports and airports, and has been for several years,” stated Marc Moore, Chief Executive Officer of ReadyOp Communications. “Adding the capability for government agencies and non-profits to purchase through ‘HGACBuy’ allows our prospective customers an easier, faster way to purchase the annual licensing for ReadyOp™, plus the radio interoperability capability.”

Originally formed in September 2014, ReadyOp Communications markets, sells and supports ReadyOp™ software through a software license agreement with Collabria LLC. In March, the company gained master distribution rights for the platform for an initial term of five years. Through this agreement, Cleartronic gained a proven communication software to package with the company’s patented hardware products, creating a unified solution to the communications interoperability market.

ReadyOp™ is designed to support daily operations, special event planning, incident management and emergency response and recovery by allowing for quick, dependable communication through a variety of channels. The importance of this interoperability can’t be overstated, and the Federal Communication Commission has highlighted interoperable communications as “a major policy goal for… promoting public safety” in recent years.

By securing exclusive rights to the ReadyOp™ platform and participating in the HGACBuy program, Cleartronic is establishing its place among the leaders in the communications interoperability industry.

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May 27, 2015, an online mortgage loan origination company, is shifting its focus towards becoming a national loan origination brand platform for conforming residential mortgage programs and other consumer loans. Through the recently announced acquisition of 321LEND, Inc., the company is in a strong position to build volume and rapidly gain market share in both the mortgage and consumer loan sectors. As Loans4Less continues to search for a strategic community bank partner to launch a national mortgage program and increase brand awareness, the domestic economy appears to be shifting in the company’s favor moving forward.

¬According to a report by the Mortgage Bankers Association, mortgage origination has been on the rise since 2010, with the first quarter of 2015 posting the highest first quarter origination figures in nearly a decade. These statistics directly correlate with the national unemployment rate. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate for April 2015 was the lowest since 2008. Continued improvement to the national economy is a positive indicator for Loans4Less, particularly as executives look to increase its national presence.

Since its formation in 1993, Loans4Less has maintained a steady order flow from a large client base. The company’s high business volume and impeccable reputation allowed it to survive the financial crisis of 2007, and its strong brand makes it a promising player in the industry.

“Loans are a product and service that people every day of the week across the country are looking for,” stated Steven M. Hershman, President and Chairman of the Board at Loans4Less. “It is such a huge and ongoing business that we think we can make an impact.”

Loans4Less has continued to thrive while many of its competitors have faded away by adhering to a safe, effective business strategy. The company does not operate a warehouse line of credit, hold trust funds, service loans or lend directly. Therefore, Loans4Less avoids many of the risks associated with Sub-Prime lending, making the company a relatively safe choice for investors. As the company continues to grow revenue through cost effective advertising efforts and strategic national partnerships, look for Loans4Less to continue expanding its share of the national loan origination market.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Provides Dually Beneficial Solution to Legacy, New Gas Flaring

Approximately 150 billion cubic meters of natural gas are flared into the atmosphere each year, resulting in billions in lost revenue and 400 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent global greenhouse gas emissions. Even worse, environmental degradation associated with gas flaring significantly impacts local populations to the point of loss of livelihood and severe health issues. Under pressure by Environmental Protection Agency mandates to reduce wasted gas, many oil companies are scrambling for a solution.

Houston-based Well Power sees this great energy challenge as an opportunity to provide a much-needed solution while creating value from a wasted resource. In turn, this solution would enable wider access to energy, improve environmental conditions, and foster economic development for local populations.

Well Power has licensing rights to Texas, with the first right of refusal on the other U.S. states, to patented technology called the Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU), which is capable of processing waste natural gas – such as vented, flared or stranded gas – into green fuel and clean power. The technology is also mobile and scalable, meaning it can be transported and adapted to site conditions.

If you want to get technical, here’s how it works: with the ability to process raw natural gas flows of between 75 Mcf to 250 Mcf, the MRU first conditions and then converts methane and condensates to Syngas (CO and hydrogen). This is followed by a Fischer-Tropsch reaction to produce Green Fuel™, and power which is produced from heat generated by exothermic reactions and combustion.

In short, the MRU simultaneously reduces CO2 emissions and creates revenue streams with minimal capital expenditure.

For maximum efficiency, Well Power plans to provide its technology in conjunction with full-service engineering, design, construction, modular fabrication, maintenance and construction management services to clients in the upstream areas of exploration and production. Technical services will also be accompanied with consulting services, process assessments, facility appraisals, feasibility studies, technology evaluations, project finance structuring and support, and multi-client subscription services.

The MRU provides a solution to both sides of the spectrum. For the environment and local populations, reduced emissions and improved economic development; for oil producers, the opportunity to turn waste into revenue.

By eliminating legacy flaring and minimizing new flaring, Well Power is positioned to take a leadership role in the ongoing push for sustainable resource development and energy efficiency.

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Wisdom Homes (WOFA) Expands Due Diligence on 6 Subdivisions; Prepares for $1 Million Residential Subdivision Development

Wisdom Homes of America provides homebuyers the opportunity to purchase quality, affordable manufactured homes from retail locations in Texas. The company announces its recently formed structure in anticipation of developing and selling manufactured homes on fully improved residential lots.

Wisdom Homes is accelerating its due diligence on 6 subdivisions totaling 185 platted lots throughout northern Texas. The Company’s goal is to open new retail centers near acquired subdivisions or large numbers of platted lots. This model provides the Company with the opportunity to generate revenue through both the retail customers and the sale of houses to affiliated subdivisions. “We’re taking a successful model, which is opening and operating manufactured home retail centers in Texas, and making it even better for the home buyer. By offering move-in-ready, quality, affordable homes we increase our revenues and decrease the length of time it takes for a home buyer to move it. In short, it saves the home buyer time and money, especially since they no longer need to obtain expensive construction financing,” stated Jim Pakulis, CEO of Wisdom Homes of America.

Sherman Countryside, LLC is a recently formed entity that will be completely owned by investors who are investing in purchasing and developing identified residential lots in Sherman, TX. This entity will purchase manufactured homes from Wisdom Homes of America to be placed on the residential lots. Wisdom Homes of America will then sell the land-home package to home buyers. The entity will be managed by Sherman Countryside Management, LLC, a recently formed entity managed by Jim Pakulis, the CEO of Wisdom Homes and Brent Nelms, the President of Wisdom Homes. The Company recently transferred to Sherman Countryside its Exclusive Right To Sell and Improve lots in the Sherman, Texas area in order to facilitate the capital raise for Sherman Countryside, and to begin selling manufactured houses as part of the land-home packages.

On May 11, 2015 The Wall Street Journal reported the Sherman-Denison metro area in Texas was the fastest growing region in U.S., with 33% growth in the first quarter of 2015. However, the article also cautioned about housing affordability concerns as a result of those rising prices. Wisdom Homes’ land-home packages through Sherman Countryside will help address that problem.

“We see the land-home package as an excellent complement to our retail office model. And there are tremendous real estate opportunities in key areas in the heartland right now. Once we get the Sherman development and sales under way, then our goal is to expand on the retail office, subdivision model,” stated Brent Nelms, President of Wisdom Homes of America.

The Company is also proudly announcing retaining the law firm of JS Barkats PLLC, a full-service law firm that is based in New York City and was found by Sunny J. Barkats. Mr. Barkats is a top 5% best Corporate Securities, Capital Markets attorney according to Thomson Reuters’ Subsidiary SuperLawyers® for 2014, and he was recently named one of the most enterprising attorneys by Smart CEO Magazine for 2015.

“Mr. Barkats has built a stellar reputation for achieving his clients’ goals. We believe his firm, JS Barkats, will be material in providing ongoing quality counsel, and just as importantly, assist us with executing our business plan as we begin to reach flexion points in our growth model. We’re honored to have the opportunity to work with Sunny Barkats and his team at JS Barkats,” stated Jim Pakulis, CEO of Wisdom Homes of America, Inc.

“Jim and the Wisdom Home team are in an industry that sold over $4 billion worth of new manufactured housing in 2014, and so far in 2015 there’s double digit growth. Combining that with billions of dollars of real estate and mortgage origination, makes Wisdom Homes a potential high growth, high revenue company over the next 5 years. We truly look forward to working side by side to assist Jim Pakulis and the company to help them reach their corporate goals,” stated Sunny Barkats.

The company looks forward to providing updates in the near future relating to our subdivision and residential lot expansion, as well as our retail operations.

Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (SIBE) Ahead of the Curve as Global EdTech eLearning Market Revolutionizes K-12, College Education Industries


According to analysis contained in a Q1 2015 report from investment banking firm, Capstone Partners, long known for their insights into M&A and capital markets, the $788.7 billion annual spend in K-12 education markets has become an easy target for disruptive educational technologies in recent years, as the industry moves increasingly to modernize via digital solutions that improve both overall systemic efficiencies, as well as student outcomes. A company like Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: SIBE), which is leveraging an EdTech (education technology) roll-up strategy that spans eLearning and blended learning, as well as curriculum design and backend education, is poised to succeed mightily in this actively consolidating market.

The company’s momentum is due in large part to an already established and increasingly strong brand presence, their acquisitive nature and expansion of core offerings, as well as an appetite for providing comprehensive, soup-to-nuts solutions for both domestic and global education markets. Solutions which run the gamut from curriculum to course certification as no other player in the industry today. Ranging from tailored Common Core and iNACOL (International Association for K-12 Online Learning) compliant curricula for the domestic markets, complete with assessment and course certification, to ESL (English as a second language) minded and globally approachable frameworks. A growing emphasis on providing solutions for the broader, underserved, and highly lucrative international markets, will likely emerge as one of the company’s strongest selling points long-term.

Capstone’s Q1 report on the education market was particularly focused on M&A activity within the sector, making the case that the projected acceleration of such activity in coming years – driven in large part by attractive valuation multiples resident in buyout target technologies and capabilities that will help companies thrive as the industry rapidly evolves – was the strongest indicator of how factors like eLearning are revolutionizing the industry worldwide. Sibling Group’s Blended Schools Network (BSN) business unit ( is a perfect example of transformative eLearning in this space, as it provides some 192 Common Core compatible master courses for K-12 and does so via a Learning Management Systems (LMS) that tracks student activity and results, while also providing a hosted environment that enables course authoring.

BSN features educational technology company Instructure’s cloud-native Canvas LMS, in addition to complete online Language Institute courses covering a wide variety of languages from Chinese to Latin, all of which are oriented along current ESL parameters. The BSN curriculum was recently certified in California according to the University of California’s A-G requirements (all subjects from History and Social Science “A” to College-prep and elective “G”), when Mountain House High School took their personalized learning initiative to the next level and worked with SIBE to create a BSN-based personalized learning environment. This was a huge win for SIBE, as California is the largest K-12 market in the country, with around $76.6 billion in total K-12 funding budgeted for this year, and General Fund resources of $109.4 billion.

One of the biggest changes in the industry is to the roughly $14 billion textbook market, which has historically been in the iron grip of a tiny handful of companies like Pearson and McGraw-Hill. This market is under immense pressure today from eLearning and the continuing shift to digital and open-access education formats, with increasingly popular educational alternatives like EdX, MIT OpenCourseware, and Coursera threatening to be the extinction level event that wipes out such dinosaur textbook companies. BLS data makes the case quite clear as to one major reason for the extinction of antiquated print textbooks, showing an 800 percent rise over the past three decades in the cost of such books, a rise outpacing the CPI by 550 percent, and even outpacing fast-rising medical services by as much as 225 percent.

Hence the ongoing arms race in eLearning, where companies like MOOC-focused (massive open online courses) Coursera have added a number of schools, courses and languages to their basket in recent years. Or companies like Chegg, Inc. (NYSE: CHGG), which used to focus on renting/selling textbooks, has executed a series of key acquisitions over a similar time span, with a decided emphasis on transitioning to an all-digital footprint. Chegg did a spate of acquisitions last year, spending a total of $57.7 million in cash and stock in order to pick up college coupon book mavens The Campus Special, online/on-demand video tutoring services provider InstaEDU, and internship marketplace interactive tools and services provider Internships, LLC.

In this light, SIBE’s acquisition of Urban Planet Mobile™ (UPM), a platform designed to teach people all over the world the English language, which caters specifically to mobile delivery, makes a great deal of sense. Especially considering Gilfus Education Group’s projections that the global K-12 education market will soar to $2.9 trillion by 2017, led by countries like China and India, as well as the GCC (the Persian Gulf states excluding Iraq), where TechNavio forecasts a CAGR of over 3 percent through 2019. UPM, via patent-pending design and delivery, makes lessons available on any mobile, not just the latest smartphones, making the platform ideal for countries like India, where mobile coverage far exceeds the coverage of ESL class availability.

SIBE’s recent announcement of a strategic partnership and $3.75 million funding arrangement with PRC-based international education management and consulting company, Shenzhen Times, which develops and sells everything from computer networks and software, to communications products, gives UPM access to a massive K-12 market worth well over $172 billion. A market which is projected to grow at a CAGR of 12 percent through 2018. With broad traction across not only the education market, but on into the healthcare and literacy markets, UPM has the potential to see a good deal of upside from SIBE’s expansion into China and the company is not intent to rest on their laurels here either. Sibling Group plans to expand further into the burgeoning global eLearning and mEducation markets, leveraging a host of compelling products and services.

Pure-cloud modular LMS developer Docebo recently forecast the self-paced global eLearning market alone as climbing to $51.5 billion by next year and the ongoing M&A activity within the EdTech sector is a clear indication of how hot the market is, and will likely remain for some time. TechNavio forecasts for the global eLearning market as growing at a CAGR of nearly 26 percent through 2018 and SIBE’s EdTech roll-up strategy, where they look to become one of the key players in the delivery and management of educational content, makes them an exciting landmark to check out amid the lush eLearning landscape. The company’s distinct advantage of being a single source vendor that can provide a complete, curriculum to course certification solution set, including the comprehensive course authoring tools and systems needed to help maximize student outcomes and better train educators, sets SIBE apart from the competition very clearly.

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Scheduled to Present at International Society for Cellular Therapy Annual Meeting

International Stem Cell Corp., a California-based biotechnology company developing novel stem cell based therapies and biomedical products, this morning told investors that it has been chosen to deliver an oral presentation on its preclinical studies in Parkinson’s at the 21st annual meeting of the International Society for Cellular Therapy in Las Vegas. ISCO’s chief scientific officer, Ruslan Semechkin, Ph.D., will discuss the data at the “Regeneration and Nervous System Repair” session at 11:45 a.m. on May 30, 2015 in a presentation entitled “Human Parthenogenetic Derived Neural Stem Cells for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease.”

ISCO has built an extensive preclinical dataset from a series of GLP and non-GLP studies on human parthenogenetic neural stem cells (hpNSC). The dataset includes safety studies, where hpNSC were transplanted into the brains of healthy animals, and proof-of-principle studies where the cells were transplanted into animals with induced Parkinson’s disease symptoms. The studies show that hpNSCs are well tolerated with no evidence of tumor formation even at very high doses and have the ability to protect and recover neurons, increase dopamine levels and improve the motor function. The Company has submitted a CTX application to the Australian regulatory authorities and plans to begin the phase 1/2a clinical study in Parkinson’s disease within the next few months.

The International Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT) is a global association driving the translation of scientific research to deliver innovative cellular therapies to patients. ISCT is one of the only organizations focused on pre-clinical and translational aspects of developing cell therapy products. As such, ISCT helps academic, government and biotech/pharma sectors transform research into practice and product. Over 1200 international delegates including clinicians, scientists and regulatory experts are expected to attend this year’s meeting.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Engages QualityStocks Investor Relations Services

View Systems, a Baltimore manufacturer and leading provider of integrated weapons detection systems, announces that it has engaged the investor relations services of QualityStocks. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, QualityStocks has assisted more than 300 public companies with their efforts to broaden influence, attract growth capital and improve shareholder value.

“Efficient communication is a highly valued component of our business model in terms of how we relate to existing and potential shareholders,” stated View Systems’ CEO Gunther Than. “As we continue to evolve the View Systems’ brand, we aim to elevate our current communication initiatives to raise visibility of our brand and make sure investors are up-to-date with our operations, potential and achievements.”

QualityStocks will use its vast network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools to enhance View Systems’ visibility and market recognition while creating a new dimension of communication and transparency between the Company and the investment community.

“View Systems is focused on expanding its technology and services to become a leading player in the $100 billion-a-year global security industry,” stated QualityStocks Managing Director Michael McCarthy. “Never before has global security been more important, and we’re excited to partner with an innovative security solutions provider like View Systems. Our goal is to make sure the investment community recognizes View Systems as a competitive and high-potential industry player.”

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Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. (PNOW) Connects with Investors Hangout

Pure Hospitality Solutions announced that it is partnering with Investors Hangout to provide additional investor information to shareholders about the Company. Interested parties can visit the Investor board to engage in virtual conversation about Pure Hospitality solutions at

Melvin Pereira, President and CEO of Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. commented, “With all of the ‘pump-and-dump’ and ‘bashing’ boards that exist out there, we are very pleased to partner with a platform that is in the midst of changing how these boards operate. Investors Hangout does not allow frivolous comments one way or the other; no excessive praising or bashing, just facts communicated by our Company or inquiries from shareholders/investors seeking additional information. From a programming perspective, this platform is top-notch… One can see that there is a true webmaster running the Company, not someone looking to extort money or information as other major platforms attempt to do.”

PNOW management has noted that their association with Investors Hangout is designed to offer an added alternative information source for current and perspective shareholders. “With all the progress we’re experiencing behind the scenes, we’re happy to have another distribution channel in which to post our information,” Pereira continued. “Not only will we have new eyes viewing our information, we now have a platform that we can upload our information to, aside from our website, which should continue to help steadily grow our investor base.”

Pure Hospitality Solutions views the Investors Hangout partnership as an effective way to present factual information. In summary, Pereira said, “There’s very little that annoys me more than people posting fake, misleading and deceptive information around the internet. We all know of the ‘hubs’ out there that have members constantly posting frivolous information in an attempt to bring down our value. We urge all our shareholders to break away from the typical hub and visit our Pure Hospitality Solutions page on Investors Hangout to ensure the information you’re reading is legitimate.”

PURE provides proprietary technology, marketing solutions and branding services to hotel operators and condominium owners. PURE looks to build operations in online marketing and hotel internet booking engine services, hotel branding and own, operate and occasionally develop, boutique hotels under the new, “by PURE” brand.

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hopTo, Inc. (HPTO) Providing a Cost Effective and Secure Solution to Mobile Productivity

hopTo is providing a new standard in mobile productivity through the continued development of its hopTo workspace platform. The company’s proprietary system enables users to search, access, create, edit and share content directly from their mobile devices without compromising enterprise security by saving documents directly to a cloud drive or corporate network. Through its dedication to allowing production without boundaries, hopTo has established a presence on the leading edge of mobile development.

Mobile solutions for enterprise productivity have seen an explosion in overall popularity over recent years. According to digital advertising agency Vertic, an estimated 96.3 million enterprise tablets are expected to be shipped by 2016. When accounting for the presence of ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) options at many companies, it’s clear to see that the market for mobile productivity solutions is both substantial and rapidly expanding.

Despite the natural evolution of companies toward mobile infrastructure, two major concerns have limited the market’s growth in previous years: cost and security. The hopTo Work mobile app addresses both of these concerns, giving hopTo a strong strategic edge as the market continues to mature.

To address cost concerns, the company’s platform leverages existing infrastructure. By allowing users to avoid the need for additional hardware or software, hopTo eliminates complicated installation processes and costly startup expenditures. In this way, the company gives its customers the means to increase employee productivity without burdening existing IT personnel. Additionally, the ability to control accessibility remotely ensures that corporate data is always secure. This allows organizations to utilize a BYOD approach to mobility without risking sensitive data in the event of a lost device or termination of employment.

In the first quarter of 2015, hopTo has experienced promising growth that should propel the company towards continued prosperity in the competitive industry. With revenue growth of approximately ten percent from the previous year and the formation of powerful strategic partnerships, hopTo is in a strong position moving forward.

“We are pleased with the momentum that is taking place with the demand for hopTo Work,” stated Eldad Eilam, President and Chief Executive Officer of hopTo. “Feedback from our customers, prospective customers and the customers of our channel partners is extremely positive and we are beginning to see acceptance in many large international markets as well as the U.S.”

On the heels of an announced distribution agreement with Adapt Software – a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with over 1,200 clients, including GE, Samsung and Vodafone – hopTo is continuing to establish a powerful presence in the global mobile productivity market. As the company continues to refine and expand its product offerings, look for hopTo to realize significant growth opportunity in the years to come.

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OncoSec Medical, Inc. (ONCS) Pioneering New Platform to Effectively Treat Various Forms of Cancer

OncoSec Medical, Inc. is a biotechnology company pioneering new technologies designed to stimulate the body’s immune system to target and attack cancer. The company is currently conducting preclinical and clinical studies targeting various cancers using its proprietary investigational platform, ImmunoPulse™. Early study results have laid the groundwork for OncoSec’s eventual expansion into new DNA-encoded therapeutic candidates and tumor indications, which will allow the company to continue on its mission to harness the body’s immune system and take the fight against cancer directly to the tumor.

Based in San Diego, OncoSec currently has a promising clinical pipeline with four ongoing studies utilizing both monotherapy with the company’s ImmunoPulse™ IL-12 immunotherapy platform and specialized combination therapy. The company is currently proceeding with trials studying the safety and efficacy of its platform in treating multiple stages of metastatic melanoma, head and neck cancer, and triple negative breast cancer. These studies could prove to be monumental in the global battle against various forms of cancers, as illustrated by statistical data surrounding melanoma.

Despite accounting for less than two percent of skin cancer cases, melanoma causes a large majority of skin cancer deaths, according to the American Cancer Society. With diagnosis rates steadily increasing for more than three decades, the demand for improved treatment options is at an all-time high. In 2015, it’s estimated that over 73,000 new melanoma cases will be diagnosed and nearly 10,000 people are expected to die from the disease.

ImmunoPulse™ focuses on the delivery of DNA-based interleukin-12 (IL-12), which is a naturally occurring protein that’s been shown as effective in delivering immune-stimulating functions, directly to the tumor through a sequence of short electrical pulses. By establishing a localized presence of this powerful protein in the tumor microenvironment, the patient’s immune system learns to target and attack tumors throughout the body.

Early data from OncoSec’s trials is promising. The company’s multi-center Phase II trial recorded an overall response in nearly one-third of patients, with half of all patients showing complete regression in at least one untreated lesion. By reliably promoting regression in an untreated area, the company has a powerful proof of concept of the effectiveness of its immune system boosting platform.

Promising results have led to several significant collaborations throughout the biopharmaceutical industry for OncoSec. To date, the company is working with Merck, Heat Biologics, PerkinElmer and Plexxikon on clinical and preclinical collaborations to further study the effectiveness of its ImmunoPulse™ platform.

“With the support of our shareholders, we look forward to validating our ImmunoPulse™ technology in clinical and preclinical studies, generating more value for our investors, and securing our place in this long-awaited revolution in cancer treatment,” stated Punit Dhillon, Chief Executive Officer and President of OncoSec.

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SEC Proposal Would Require Companies to Disclose Executive Pay in Connection with Financial Performance

May 26, 2015

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in late April proposed a ruling that would require corporations to disclose the relationship between executive pay and fiscal performance. The proposed rules would create a greater dimension of transparency and allow shareholders to be better informed when they elect directors.

“These proposed rules would better inform shareholders and give them a new metric for assessing a company’s executive compensation relative to its financial performance,” SEC Chair Mary Jo White stated in the news release. “The proposal would require enhanced disclosure that can be compared across companies.”

Per the proposed ruling, companies will be required to disclose executive compensation and performance results in a new table and tag in the information in interactive data format. Additionally, the company would also be required to report its total shareholder return (TSR) and the TSR of companies in a peer group.

Companies would be required to disclose information for the last five fiscal years, with exception for smaller reporting companies, which would only be required to disclose information for the last three fiscal years.

The comment period for the newly proposed rules will be 60 days after publication in the Federal Register.

OMVS’s Versatile Platform to Enable Truckers to Exploit Big Data Analytics

On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) is developing a powerful online shared economy app that will enable America’s trucking companies to take greater advantage of Big Data analytics to better plan, schedule and route their vehicles.

“Big Data gives truckers valuable insight into current and future trends, enables them to identify new market opportunities and more effectively determine the true cost of operating their businesses,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “Our revolutionary online platform will let truckers exploit Big Data and take advantage of the shared economy to drive down costs and improve efficiency and profits.”

OMVS’s upcoming online shared economy platform (often referred to as “Uber for trucking”) has seen its versatility rapidly increase as more varied applications for its use are discovered.

More and more truckers have been turning to Big Data analytics to increase efficiency and profits. They are using Big Data to more effectively utilize capacity, such as better utilizing revenue-generating assets, optimizing loads and raising driver productivity. OMVS quickly realized connecting truckers to Big Data could be a valuable application in addition to putting together long-range and local carriers.

Big Data includes marketing, research and management applications, such as using information from a wide variety of sources to come to better business decisions.

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Utilizing Revolutionary Technology to Unlock the Power of Regenerative Medicine

An aging population is currently highlighting the considerable limitations of the medical industry. According to the Mayo Clinic, treatments are increasingly unable to keep pace with the needs of patients, with clinicians only having access to medications or devices that can manage symptoms. However, advances in developmental and cell biology, immunology and related fields have unlocked huge potential for the industry, and regenerative medicine looks to be the game-changing solution.

Despite its promise, regenerative medicine faces significant hurdles moving forward. In particular, immune rejection of transplanted cells has severely limited the huge potential of stem cell therapy. International Stem Cell Corporation (OTCQB: ISCO), through its powerful new stem cell technology, could be on the cusp of overcoming these limitations, opening the door for major advances in the medical market.

Parthenogenesis, ISCO’s proprietary stem cell development process, has allowed the company to develop a new class of stem cells, known as human parthenogenetic stem cells (hpSCs), which possess the most favorable characteristics of the existing classes. Through this technique, ISCO is able to create cells that are exactly matched or histocompatible with large segments of the human population, limiting the risk of immune rejection during treatment.

ISCO has made noteworthy strides towards the commercialization of its cell therapy treatment this year, capturing the attention of industry experts around the globe.

“In the first quarter of 2015 we completed all the necessary preclinical studies of our Parkinson’s program and formally submitted our application to begin the first clinical study of this novel approach to treating this debilitating disease in humans,” stated Andrey Semechkin, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer and Co-Chairman of ISCO.

Highlights from the company’s business activity thus far in 2015 include the completion of preclinical studies and submission of an application to begin human trials in Australia, completion of manufacture of a bank of 2.6 billion human cells for use in clinical trials and the approval of a Japanese patent covering parthenogenetic methods of stem cell creation, meaning ISCO now has patent protection in all three major world markets (US, EU and Japan).

“We continue to expect to make significant progress during the rest of 2015 towards our goal of providing a viable treatment option for people with Parkinson’s disease,” continued Semechkin.

According to Florida Hospital, Parkinson’s disease affects up to one million people in the United States, with doctors diagnosing as many as 60,000 new cases each year. Upon completion of clinical trials, the potential market for ISCO’s parthenogenetic cell creation is effectively limitless. As the company continues towards marketization for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease, look for substantial opportunities for growth within the medical industry in the years to come.

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Car Monkeys Group (CKMY) Revolutionary Search Technology Poised to Profit in Online Used Auto Parts Market

Car Monkeys Group (OTC: CKMY) is actively transforming the landscape of the used auto parts market with a highly sophisticated search engine that can intelligently locate compatible parts for a given vehicle make/model and year, and which is able to even correlate compatibility across multiple brands, allowing users to shop from the convenience of their home or the office, and still find an exact fit part for their needs. The lack of truly advanced technology in this area has made the process of finding used parts time consuming and often unrewarding. On the one hand, the search often results in parts that are either incompatible or of substandard quality. On the other hand, the search is inordinately costly, as the consumer leaves the job up to their mechanic to find the part, resulting in an even bigger repair bill, due primarily to the high labor cost of most mechanics, which can often run as high as $100 an hour.

The market for used auto parts is hotter than ever today, with used car sales on the rise, as budget-minded Americans look to squeeze ever tighter returns out of their automotive dollar. And used auto parts are also increasingly thought of as green parts by many consumers, considering the environmental benefits from part reuse, like offsetting the raw material consumption required to produce new ones. The addition of lower gas prices to this equation has taken an already revved up used car market and sent sales into overdrive. With used cars stealing more and more market share from newer hybrid and electric vehicles among environmentally conscious consumers, as such buyers weigh the economical and environmental benefits with great care, ultimately seeing the compelling value arguments inherent in buying a used vehicle.

Even as new car sales rose last year to the highest levels since 2006, sales margins continued to decline from 2013 figures, which even then saw a 7 percent fall from the year prior. Average pretax profit for car dealerships was in the neighborhood of 2.2 percent on new vehicle sales according to the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), making the used car market a big and growing target for dealerships across the country. During the same period, used car sales margins increased handsomely, up 13 percent. Little wonder then that used car sales hit 42 million last year and are expected to outpace estimates for 2015, as improved credit availability and a generally positive consumer confidence outlook combine to improve throughput. The generally positive consumer confidence that has led to multiple consecutive years of rising auto sales in the U.S. is exemplified by this week’s report from research group The Conference Board, which showed a slight uptick to 95.4 on their consumer confidence index for May.

Used car sales are currently hovering around 9 million per quarter, with franchise certified pre-owned sales seeing the biggest year-over-year increase, up around 13 percent from Q3 2013 to Q3 2014. For full year 2014, used car sales between private parties were also up, by around 4 percent, to roughly 12.5 million according to’s used market quarterly report, further indicating to investors how strong the used car market is. Infiniti Research even projects a 6.95 percent CAGR moving forward for the 2014 to 2019 period and the underlying message is thus quite clear when it comes to the approximately $3 billion domestic market for used auto parts needed to keep all these used cars going. It is a great time to be innovating in the used auto parts market and Car Monkeys Group is one of the more interesting players to take a look at.

While dealers are struggling to court this booming used car market, which is highly attractive from a widening profit margin and extended services standpoint, using sophisticated digital technologies to engage end-users, the used parts market hasn’t seen the same kinds of innovations we routinely see in other retailer sectors, not until more recently at any rate. The fact that innovators in this space will benefit a great deal from increasing service activity by dealerships, who will need to get their hands on a steady supply of quality used parts, is worth looking into for investors. The advent of companies like Car Monkeys Group, which leverages their proprietary search and consolidation algorithm technology, as well as a growing network of dismantlers across the country, in order to supply users with high quality, run and tested used parts via their easy to use website, is changing the used auto part market and opening up a significant opportunity for investors looking to benefit from the prevailing used car market dynamics.

Once a difficult and time consuming task that often ended up being translated into several additional and costly man hours, the task of locating and laying hands on the right part for a used vehicle has now been transformed into a shopping experience much like or other ecommerce experiences. offers the ease of use that modern consumers have come to expect and harnesses the logistical might of their supplier network to deliver axles, engines, transmissions and other parts, direct to the consumer’s or their mechanic’s doorstep, and all at no shipping cost. The incomparable 5-year unlimited miles warranty and zero hassle 30-day return policy extended by the company have made the barrier for entry to new customers extremely low, allowing to gain immense traction in what is still a relatively niche industry.

The company’s ability to offer top quality used parts via technology that cannot be found elsewhere and which maximally accounts for factors like part interchangeability, delivering the widest possible selection for a low price, further sweetened by exceptional purchasing benefits, has resulted in a great deal of interest and rapidly accruing presence for the Car Monkeys brand, among both individual consumers and car mechanics alike. Moreover, the company’s ability to data mine the vast amount of information generated in the process of site usage gives Car Monkeys key, long-term advantages that can be exploited for increased revenues. Important to note given the company’s recent financial performance reportage, indicating 17.3 percent YOY revenue growth for the six months ending December, 2014, achieved on strong overall volume, with 58 percent YOY growth in the number of gross transactions.

The upper limit on the company’s basic ecommerce used auto parts business model is considerable, especially when one understands the outlook for the used car market, but when you account for the potential upside from their ability to mine the associated big data generated by their revolutionary ecommerce site, the overall value proposition for CKMY increases significantly. Big data is fast emerging as the cornerstone of success in ecommerce for many of the industry’s biggest players and offers several important benefits. From being able to offer improved customer satisfaction the way Amazon does via their big data program, delivering detailed product support and enticing deals to customers based on knowledge that is custom tailored by their own shopping habits (like what kind of car they are buying parts for), to improved new customer engagement and retention, as well as brand awareness metrics, big data is an essential and driving force behind the growth and prosperity of modern ecommerce companies. has quickly become one of the largest and fastest growing online retailers for used automotive parts here in the U.S. and the sky is the limit given their access to a burgeoning network of dismantling centers, as well as warehousing capacity across the country.

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MIT Holding, Inc. (MITD) Initiates Awareness Campaign with Upcoming Investor Luncheons

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New investor eyes. That’s what every publicly traded company needs. News releases, social media and articles are a great away to attract investor attention, but a company with substance still places a great value on face-to-face meetings with brokers, investment bankers and most importantly existing and potential shareholders.

Los Angeles-based MIT Holding is a provider of a professional one-source total recovery system that takes a patient from the hospital bed through full recovery. The company takes the responsibility of medications, appointments, the endless calls to the insurance carriers, home visits and, most importantly, the burden and stress of being sick and depending on family and loved ones.

MIT Holdings is gearing up for multiple investor luncheons scheduled for this summer. The luncheons will last approximately two hours and offer attendees one-on-one interaction to hear the full MIT Holding story and receive answers to any lingering questions.

“Even though just about every person alive can relate to our services and business model, because we are the first to create or pioneer this niche in the industry, it takes a little extra personal time to make sure the investor realizes what we have in fact created,” says William Nalley, IR consultant for MIT Holding. “We have reorganized the company and given our shareholders, for the first time, a self-sustaining business that needs no outside funding for day-to-day growth and an organic 25% year-over-year growth.”

Further explaining the business model, Nalley explains, “Think about it; anyone who has ever been through or has had a loved one go through a critical illness and attempt to navigate through the recovery period by themselves would give an arm and a leg to have one company to go to and say, ‘Here is my illness; this is what I need; take care of it!’ Well, we go one step further and meet with you in the hospital prior to discharge and start taking care of it at that moment. We go home from the hospital with you, so all you need to focus on is recovery.”

In support of its core services, MIT Holding also provides expert legal, accounting, advisory and educational services to physicians, medical centers, hospitals, small and large businesses regarding the Affordable Care Act; offers travel and transportation services of medically challenged patients for medical needs and personal travel; and through its contracts is approved to, conduct and administer FDA clinical trials.

Your doctors, your medications and your hospitals will change throughout your life; MIT Holding will not. The company stays with its patients through the rest of their life, taking care of any medical needs that arise.

Combined, these services contribute to MIT Holding’s strategy to provide custom prescription solutions, maximize cross marketing, and generate multiple revenue streams.

MIT Holding has priced its services to achieve 32% minimum net profits and has maintained operational profitability in its fiscal third and fourth quarters, validating the company’s business model, its adaptable approach to the Affordable Health Care Act, and its potential in the health services industry.

Because MIT Holding meets and/or exceeds major U.S. health insurance requirements, the company can direct bill and receive payments from more than 128 carriers, Medicare and Medicaid on behalf of the patient its agents and its facilitators. This is an important component in the company’s goal of developing the first-of its-kind seamless transition for patient needs from hospital discharge to complete home recovery.

The ultimate desired outcome for meeting with brokers and shareholders is to raise brand awareness and transparency, and thereby potentially increase volume and liquidity.

“Once we increase those two factors, we become a different story. These luncheons are just another way to explain our business model and gain momentum,” explains Nalley. “Our intention is to do a year-long, nationwide investment/broker campaign. We’re going in and shaking the hands of brokers and making MIT Holdings management available for questions now and down the road.”

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Continues to Expand Presence in Growing Global Security Industry

Established in 1998, View Systems, Inc. serves one of the fastest-growing sectors of the global economy: the security industry. The company manufactures computer software and hardware used for threat detection and surveillance applications, giving it access to an estimated $100 billion per year industry. According to an analysis of global threats to government and businesses, this puts View Systems in a strong strategic position to maintain its presence in the global market for the foreseeable future.

The company’s primary product offering, ViewScan, is a proven improvement on traditional Concealed Weapons Detection Systems (CWD). Using a PC-based software display, the system identifies the location and number of threat items, such as knives, guns and razor blades, while ignoring innocuous personal artifacts like coins, keys and belt buckles. By avoiding electro-magnetic fields, radiation, millimeter waves or x-rays, ViewScan provides completely passive security scanning that’s safe for use with pacemakers, implants and during pregnancy.

ViewScan is an ideal solution for venues requiring efficient, high-volume screening because it doesn’t require the removal of jewelry, shoes or personal effects. In addition, the system’s visual interface, which displays the exact location of potentially harmful objects, makes secondary screening quick and easy for security personnel. According to the company’s research, the ViewScan system can scan up to 1,200 persons per hour, representing a significant improvement over traditional electromagnetic induction scanners.

The ViewScan system is currently in use in a variety of vital market segments – including correctional facilities, judicial facilities, probation offices and federal facilities – in states around the country. Using a combination of exclusive technology licensing agreements and continued development and refinement of its product lines, View Systems has established itself as a major player in the expanding security industry. In April, the company continued on this trend by filing for a patent on its newly enhanced ViewScan platform.

The company’s product line appears to place View Systems in a strong position for continued growth moving forward. With a recorded 5.7 percent of public schools implementing CWDs for enhanced security during the 2011 school year, according to the Institute of Education Sciences, it’s clear that View Systems will have ample opportunity for further expansion into a variety of vital market segments. Look for further refinement of its product line and penetration of new industry sectors to set the stage for substantial opportunity for this promising company in the years to come.

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GROWBlox Sciences, Inc.’s (GBLX) Advantageous Approach to Medical Cannabis Highlighted at CannabisFN

CannabisFN this morning highlighted GROWBlox Sciences’ role in the cannabis and pharmaceutical industries, paying particular attention to the company’s “unique business model, long-term potential in pharmaceuticals, and short-term potential in raw material sales.”

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Twenty three U.S. states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana, and according to IBISWorld estimates, broader acceptance of cannabinoid-based therapies throughout the U.S. has spurred the medical cannabis industry’s CAGR of 16.2% to reach $2 billion in revenue between 2009 and 2014.

As CannabisFN points out, GROWBlox Sciences stands out from numerous would-be competitors in the industry with its cutting-edge plant biology and cultivation technologies and scientific team comprised of professionals in multiple areas of relevant medicine:

• Chief Science Officer Dr. Andrea Small-Howard
• Big data expert Dr. Long Nguyen
• Botanical expert Dr. Ulrich Reimann-Philipp
• Immunologist expert Dr. Helen Turner
• Small molecule expert Dr. Tony Ortiz
• Clinical investigator expert Dr. Daniel Chueh
• Orthopedic expert Dr. Alfredo L. Axtmayer
• Liver disease expert Dr. John Abroon

Whereas many companies in the cannabis industry administer generic forms of THC or CBD in an attempt to elicit a desired response, says CannabisFN, GROWBlox’s approach is to correlate the profiles of active ingredients within cannabis, including cannabinoids and terpenes, with the symptom and disease-specific improvements in patient outcomes – putting the company at high valuation potential when it comes to market application and opportunity.

The report notes:

“Based on an analysis of preclinical and clinical data from thousands of peer-reviewed studies, the company has identified the most effective cannabinoid and terpene profiles for the treatment of conditions within seven therapeutic categories, including cancer treatments, cardio protection, metabolic syndrome, pain management, neurological disorders, and inflammation.

“These categories represent hundreds of billions of dollars in potential value, with markets like the neurological disorder market alone accounting for $952 billion in value. By taking a targeted approach that leverages research already done, the company’s strategy could dramatically improve the odds of success, whilst cutting down on the costs associated with hit-or-miss early stage testing.”

CannabisFN also highlights several other differentiating advantages, including an accelerated drug development and regulatory strategy.

GROWBlox’s proprietary drug discovery program enables drug development within three to five years instead of the traditional 15 to 20 years. This strategy also significantly reduces development costs – which typically sit around $1 billion for “big pharma” pharmaceutical commercialization – to less than $10 million.

Using its proprietary smartphone app as a drug discovery engine, GROWBlox correlates strain profile information with symptom relief and then leverages the existing cannabis safety profiles, fast-track approvals, and orphan drug designations, of research partners, which are incentivized with equity in proportion to the value of data contributed that becomes part of a patent, IND filing, or NDA filing with regulatory bodies.

“In essence, the company is focused on the initial discovery of promising compounds, while universities handle pre-clinical trials, CROs handle clinical trials, and pharmaceutical partners handle distribution. The discovery phase provides the greatest return on capital and diversification relative to other areas of the development process that are much more capital intensive,” the report states.

CannabisFN wraps up the report by highlighting GROWBlox’s end-to-end operations and technologies, the company’s long-term and short-term potential, and broader peer comparison.

“GROWBlox Sciences has clear long-term potential with its innovative approach that leverages big data to produce lower-risk clinical trial candidates. With 188 human cannabis trials registered with the National Institute of Health and more on the way, the company has an excellent starting point of about a thousand potential combinations within the cannabinoid-related therapy space.

“In the nearer-term, the company plans on earning revenue from the sale of certified raw materials through dispensaries. These plans were solidified in May when it announced the formation of Growblox Sciences Puerto Rico LLC, which will legally grow cannabis raw materials that will be exclusively sold to GROWBlox Sciences for distribution in the U.S. and other countries where it’s legal …

“The nutraceutical and cosmeceutical formulations could also be sold in stores without approvals, since the CBDs are sourced from low-THC hemp plants. In some ways, the company could then compete with the likes of GNC Holdings Inc., or Nutraceutical International Corp. in the provision of legal over-the-counter supplements designed to support health.”

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