Monthly Archives: November 2015

Dominovas Energy (DNRG): Flux Capacitor for Emerging Markets Worldwide

November 30, 2015

When Doc Brown invented the time machine in the movie ‘Back to the Future’, the most important piece to accomplish time travel was the flux capacitor. The biggest problem with time travel was, of course, the resources available at the point in time where you found yourself. The flux capacitor could convert any raw material into a reliable, sustainable, efficient source of energy needed to power the time machine.

This fun analogy to the popular 80’s science fiction movie relates to Georgia-based energy solutions company Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG), dedicated to delivering electricity on a multi-megawatt scale to areas of the world that lack this critical commodity. The biggest hurdle associated with deployment of a sustainable energy source to a frontier market is that fuel sources and availability vary, depending upon a wide range of factors.

The company’s RUBICON™ SOFC (solid oxide fuel cell) technology is fuel-flexible, specific to the variability and number of fuels that can be incorporated into its operation. The integration of the proprietary reformer with the RUBICON™ SOFC stack is engineered in such a way that the RUBICON™ will reform almost any hydrocarbon fuel to a suitable syngas composition (a mixture of carbon monoxide, hydrogen, methane, etc.) for optimal SOFC stack electricity generation. In laymen’s terms, this means that whatever you put into the company’s ‘flux capacitor’ will transport your country from the days of the Wild Wild West into the 21st century.

Importantly, the company’s energy solution is also ‘green’. Success in the global energy business is increasingly based upon the ability to produce energy efficiently while being kind to the environment. As a ‘non-combustion’ electricity producer, the RUBICON™ emits markedly less green-house-gas pollutants per unit of power produced. Generating mostly heat and water as byproducts, the RUBICON™ is a sustainable solution to the energy-mix. In summation, the future of energy is the focus for Dominovas Energy.

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International Stem Cell Corporation (ISCO) Uses Multiple Business Units to Generate Even More Revenue

International Stem Cell Corporation (OTC: ISCO) focuses on utilizing patented human parthenogenetic stem cells (hPSC), developed from unfertilized embryos, to treat Parkinson’s, retinal, and liver diseases where replacing dead and dying cells with new ones seems most effective. However, the road to commercialization and FDA approval is a long one. Therefore, the company has two wholly-owned subsidiaries that generate money in the meantime: Lifeline Skin Care, Inc. and Lifeline Cell Technology, LLC.

The first, Lifeline Skin Care, Inc., develops, produces, and markets a line of anti-aging cosmetic skin care products. These products use the company’s scientific rejuvenation breakthrough of non-embryonic stem cells to improve the look and feel of skin. These products include neck and eye firming creams, moisturizers, cleansers, and more. Sold all over the world, this cosmetic line promises youthful and healthy looking skin.

The second, Lifeline Cell Technology, LLC, develops, manufactures, and sells human cell culture products along with optimized reagents for laboratory research purposes. For example, the company offers VascuLife®SMC, a human smooth muscle cell medium optimized for the culture of human smooth muscle cells. This provides 15 population doublings at high growth rates. The company also sells Normal Human Mammary Epithelial Cells (HMEC) that provide a serum-free culture model for research on breast cancer, carcinogen screening, and other areas of breast research. All of Lifeline Cell Technology products are rigorously tested to the highest degree for maximum laboratory research operations.

In a news release, Andrey Semechkin, Ph.D., CEO, and co-chairman of ISCO recently stated, “We are maintaining our position as a leader in the regenerative medicine field and the overall operating income of our biomedical businesses continues to grow.” The company continues to manufacture and market its proprietary innovations while advancing developments in treatments of various diseases using stem cells.

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Hemp, Inc. (HEMP) CEO Featured on Up Close with Chris Tinney


Bruce Perlowin, chief executive officer of Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP), was recently featured in an interview on Up Close with Chris Tinney, a weekly podcast that introduces listeners to people making a difference in their communities and around the world. Perlowin, once dubbed the ‘King of Pot’ by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is now referred to as the ‘Godfather of Pot Stocks’ after founding the first publicly-traded company in the medical marijuana space, Medical Marijuana, Inc. (OTC: MJNA). Today, he serves as the CEO of the first publicly-traded company seeking to capitalize on the nation’s ongoing industrial hemp revolution, Hemp, Inc.

In recent months, measures to reinvigorate the production of industrial hemp across the nation have been gaining steam. In 2014, President Obama signed a bill that removed hemp grown for research purposes from the Controlled Substances Act, and more than a dozen states now allow industrial hemp farming for research and/or commercial purposes. During the show, Perlowin detailed his vision for the future of the hemp industry.

“Medical marijuana, recreational marijuana and, certainly, industrial hemp have won,” Perlowin stated in the interview. “We will be legal in all 50 states. Trying to stop this movement is trying to sweep back the incoming tide with a broom – it’s not going to happen.”

Perlowin went on to give prospective shareholders insight into Hemp, Inc.’s progress toward the impending launch of its decortication facility in Spring Hope, North Carolina. He also highlighted the performance of the company’s cosmeceutical and nutraceutical product lines, as well as Hemp, Inc.’s enthusiastic efforts to educate the market through the production of The Hemp Nation magazine.

“Part of what we do as a public company in our position is not just make a profit; we believe in giving back and helping social causes,” Perlowin continued. “We have this massive educational campaign as part of a core element of our company, and The Hemp Nation magazine takes care of that.”

The Up Close with Chris Tinney Interview comes at an exciting time for followers of Hemp, Inc. Last week, the company reported its financial results for the third quarter of 2015, which included a 53.8 percent year-over-year increase in sales stemming from its hemp-based product line. As it continues to shift focus toward more advanced processing at its expansive decortication facility, Perlowin and the company’s management team are optimistic about Hemp, Inc.’s ability to capitalize on the rapid growth of the industrial hemp market in the years to come.

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GTX Corp (GTXO) Easy To Use, Internet of Things-Driven GPS Tracking Platform Behind Insole Tracking System SmartSole’s Success Story

Physical asset tracking has never been easier than it is today, with companies like GTX Corp seamlessly bringing together all of the technologies needed to render real-time situational awareness of a vast array of field devices, directly to the end user via any networked intelligent device, from a smartphone to a PC. Whether the asset in question is personal property like a UAV, a loved one such as a child, or an elder suffering from some form of dementia like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, the ability to find a lost asset using an elegantly meshed architecture of small GPS/BLE (Bluetooth low energy) wearable systems and software changes everything. More importantly, it becomes quite easy to ensure such assets are never lost in the first place, thanks to always-on and assisted two-way tracking capability that is available at the touch of a button via GTX’s Smart Locator app, and enhanced by automatic alerts routed from the company’s IoT (Internet of Things) tracking platform. GTX Corp also owns and runs an app development firm, LOCiMOBIL, as well as Code Amber Alertag, a secure digital personal identification tag platform that helps first responders by providing rapid access to critical personal/medical information.

The immediacy of the company’s real-time IoT-driven platform, accessible from iOS and Android apps, or from any tablet, PC or laptop, has thrust open the door for what has quickly become GTXO’s flagship product, the GPS SmartSole™. An ingenious tracking system that completely eliminates the stigma attached to other wearable trackers like bracelets, the award-winning GPS SmartSole looks much like any other commercially available insole for shoes you might find, but has a robust embedded GPS tracking system and long-life rechargeable battery that can go for two or three days without needing to be recharged. The overall product execution here is easy to use, powerful, discreet, and does not have to be remembered to be taken along. These unique characteristics make the SmartSole an ideal solution for people who wander, such as people with autism spectrum disorder, or elderly people with dementia, as such individuals almost never take off or forget their shoes.

According to Alzheimer’s Disease International’s World Alzheimer’s Report 2015, every three seconds someone on earth develops dementia and over 9.4 million people in the U.S. alone currently live with dementia. A number which will likely more than double by 2050, mirroring a similar global trend that will come to represent $1 trillion in healthcare and associated costs to the global economy by as early as 2018. Chief among the recommendations included in the report are finding ways to address the 68 percent or more of dementia sufferers who live (or will live) in low and middle income countries, finding ways to reduce risk from dangers such as wandering, and implementing national plans in all countries that are designed to support people living with dementia, and their caregivers. This is a clearly developing market for which the SmartSole is ideally suited. Alzheimer’s Disease International made it clear that tackling the stigma surrounding dementia and actively working to ameliorate people’s preconceived notions about dementia sufferers was of utmost importance, and SmartSole’s existence in the retail marketplace is one big step towards achieving that directive.

CDC estimates from last year were that 1 in 68 children in the U.S. were identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), around 30 percent higher than projected back in 2012. This is another massive, and sadly, growing market that is directly addressable by the company’s tracking solutions, and the SmartSole shines as the most appropriate option. According to the Autism Wandering Awareness Alerts Response and Education (AWAARE) Collaboration, a working group comprised of six national autism non-profits for the purpose of helping to prevent autism-related wandering incidents and deaths, almost half of all children with autism engage in wandering behavior which is similar to the behavior seen in seniors with dementia and/or Alzheimer’s. And while official data indicates that there is indeed already a sizeable global market for wandering assistance devices, software and services such as those provided by GTXO, the problem of wandering in general which is addressable by IoT-driven location technologies is likely far larger than has been accurately quantified thus far.

Any way you slice it, GPS tracking insoles for shoes are one of the most compelling wearable technologies in existence today and GTXO has an extremely strong IP position with over 80 patents to back it all up. Patents that are collectively worth nearly three times the company’s current market value. GTX Corp’s extant IP portfolio is also clear evidence of the company’s comprehensive IP strategy and investors should take note of the numerous patents pending, registered trademarks, copyrights, and URLs that GTXO has under its belt.

Whereas big names like Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), with its Apple Watch, or Alphabet, (NASDAQ: GOOG; GOOGL) with its Android Wear, have failed to really captivate consumers, GTXO’s SmartSole-driven PLS (Personal Location Services) platform has quickly rooted itself in the minds of its core demographics. Reception to the product so far has been outstanding, with the initial production run selling out on zero advertising or preorders. At a sticker price of only $300 a pair and basic online tracking starting at just $25 a month, alarming statistics about the mortality rate among those living with dementia who wander don’t seem quite so insurmountable and terrifying. Statistics like 60 percent of those living with dementia becoming lost at least once in their lives and half of those who become lost subsequently perishing within the first 24 hours.

GTXO’s IoT PLS leverages packet oriented mobile data service on the 2G/3G global system for mobile communications in order to drive continuous, real-time coordinates to the user via Google Maps. This same easy to use tracking architecture, centered on a licensable global IoT M2M (machine to machine) monitoring portal, is also employed in GTXO’s cutting-edge workforce situational awareness solution, the Track My Workforce app, and its miniaturized standalone tracking devices. Devices like GTXO’s tiny little Prime AT Lite, which is perfect for tracking assets like vehicles or containers. Or the take-along GTX VL2000 model, another extremely lightweight quad-band device that is also about the size of a D battery, and which comes with an inductive charging option, programmable voice call capability, and an SOS button. Subscribers are provided access to the GTX Corp Tracking Portal, where an unlimited number of devices can be organized, located and followed in real-time using any internet connected device, or the smartphone app.

Continuous interval tracking that shows things like direction and route makes generating various types of reports on mileage and location very simple, delivering even more finely tuned situational awareness. The geo-fencing and SMS or e-mail alert capabilities GTXO’s platform offers users a no-hassle asset localization methodology so easy that anyone can do it. This ease of use factor is a commercial goldmine given the size of the potential market from wandering assistance alone, but there are certainly other markets. The media has not failed to notice this either, with GTX Corp and the SmartSole receiving a great deal of attention. From being featured at the 2015 CES in the Internet of Things webcast and receiving coverage from a host of mainstream news sources like the BBC, NBC, NPR, and Fox News, to winning numerous industry awards. The SmartSole even placed second in Wearables, Health, Fitness and Wellness at this year’s 2015 CTIA E-Tech Awards, beating out Samsung’s (OTC: SSNLF) Gear S, and coming in just behind the winner, Microsoft’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) Microsoft Band. Let’s face it though, the wearable market is saturated with souped-up watches. However, GTXO’s SmartSole is effectively in a class all its own and has the IP muscle to really shake things up.

Notable midcap/microcap equity research and corporate access firm, SeeThruEquity, even recently announced initiating coverage on GTX Corp with price target of $0.09 a share (November 6 close, $0.011) and underscored the commercial potential of the company’s flagship product as a best-in-class solution for the wandering and ancillary markets. Los Angeles-headquartered GTX Corp is a proud member of the United Nations Global Compact and has an extensive distributor and reseller network serving customers in over 20 countries, as well as a substantial distribution and fulfillment center in Ireland/UK. This overall distribution footprint has grown mightily in recent months as well, with the company seeing numerous key deals across Europe, as GTXO ramps towards serious commercial success in Q3 and on this year. The company is going strong on a full head of steam from initial commercial success with the launch of the SmartSole at the start of the year and its distribution footprint’s growth is a very clear sign of the company’s forward trajectory.

Major provider of GPS tracking systems to the healthcare sector in Denmark and Norway, Safecall Denmark, signed on for distributor status in October alongside German geo location and tracking services provider, Way4Net. One of the leaders in Sweden and other Nordic countries of mobile safety alarms for the elderly, Posifon AB, also signed on as a reseller/distributor in September. Furthermore, the company’s agreement signed in early October with Telefonica Germany, to leverage Telefonica’s global Smart M2M platform and network of strategic relationships throughout Europe, was a sweeping victory for GTXO. This single move gave the company’s entire tracking platform global deployment capability via a single SIM card and provisioning backend. Using Telefonica’s API, GTXO will be able to seamlessly integrate its platform’s backend architecture with Smart M2M, saving a bundle on M2M development, as well as IT infrastructure costs.

Q2 financials posted in August look solid too, with revenue nearly tripling from the same quarter last year and subscribers to the company’s PLS platform up 72 percent from Q1, even as subscriber revenue grew 136 percent quarter over quarter. Also among Q2 highlights was word of a next-gen SmartSole that is already in the works and a continued effort to broaden the core market for the product, including growth markets like security, with ongoing pilot programs underway at with local Sheriffs and PDs. The new (2G/3G/LTE compatible) SmartSole is being upgraded for even longer battery life, a smaller form factor, and the new version will even have motion sensor capability, in addition to costing around $240 a unit, or 20 percent less than the current model. The security space is a very interesting play for GTXO and the SmartSole has a golden opportunity to find fast adoption as a surreptitious tracking solution for high-risk kidnapping targets and the like.

The versatility of the asset tracking platform GTXO has put together, combined with the company’s IP-centric nature – as evinced by the ‘286’ patent issued last year which effects any tracking device, from embedded units to hand held wireless GPS trackers – should give investors an idea of how aggressive GTX Corp is in the sector.

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Legacy Ventures International, Inc. (LGYV) Spreading the Message – ‘Boxed Water is Better’

“Boxed Water is Better.”

It’s a simple sentence that represents a powerful message about the environmental impact of the bottled water industry. Landfills across the United States are overflowing with more than two million tons of discarded water bottles, and this plastic packaging will take more than 1,000 years to biodegrade, according to the Santa Clara Valley Water District. Despite the environmental concerns, the national bottled water industry is thriving. According to a study by Statistic Brain Research Institute, annual spending on bottled water in the U.S. was estimated at $11.8 billion in 2014. That’s roughly 167 plastic bottles per person each year!

While major beverage companies such as PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP), Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) and Nestle (OTC: NSRGY) continue to capitalize on the performance of the bottled water market, a company in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is on a mission to minimize the impact of portable water solutions with a tried and tested packaging formula that’s just simple enough to work. Boxed Water Is Better LLC publicly launched Boxed Water in March 2009. Boxed Water is packaged in a 100 percent recyclable carton that has less than half of the carbon footprint of a PET bottle. To date, the company has secured placement in a variety of popular shopping destinations – including Costco (NASDAQ: COST), Whole Foods Markets (NASDAQ: WFM) and Kroger (NYSE: KR).

While Boxed Water Is Better LLC continues to make progress toward cracking the bottled water industry in the U.S., a similarly sized opportunity is available in Canada. The Canadian distribution rights for Boxed Water are held by RM Fresh Brands, which was acquired by Legacy Ventures International, Inc. (OTC: LGYV) in October.

According to a report by the Canadian Department of Agriculture, annual per capita consumption of bottled water increased by more than 107 percent from 1999 to 2009, accounting for roughly 10.6 percent of all non-alcoholic beverage sales in 2009. In the months to come, Legacy will look to capitalize on this market performance by offering an ecofriendly alternative. Currently, Legacy is focused on increasing brand awareness across Canada through the use of viral, event-driven marketing campaigns. Recent partnerships with major events such as the Toronto Film Festival and Holt Renfrew’s Holiday Kick Off have illustrated the massive potential of this strategy.

As the Boxed Water brand continues to gain steam in both domestic and international markets, Legacy is in a favorable position to realize sustainable financial growth. For prospective shareholders, ongoing efforts to disrupt the Canadian bottled water industry with a more environmentally conscious alternative make Legacy an intriguing investment opportunity moving forward.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Posts Q3 Results

Oakridge Global Energy Solutions this morning released its third-quarter results, a three-month period in which the company significantly advanced its new manufacturing facility in Florida.

Total company assets for the third quarter ended September 30, 2015, exceeded $76.0 million, while liabilities are reported at slightly more than $2.75 million. In the next year and a half, Oakridge said it plans to continue to strengthen its balance sheet, and ramp-up and install more than 2.6GW hours of production capacity of U.S. manufacturing of electrodes, cells and batteries in its facilities located in the Brevard County, Florida, area.

“During the process of restructuring this business we had the opportunity to purchase a major supply of equipment and have continued to develop I/P in the battery space,” Oakridge executive chairman and CEO Steve Barber stated in the news release. “We are very pleased with the third-quarter results and expect the fourth-quarter results to be even better. Our business plan is simple; we develop, manufacture and sell products. I know it’s a bit old fashioned, but we are in the business of manufacturing.”

Also in the third quarter, Barber, through the majority ownership of Oakridge by Precept Fund Management SPC (“Precept”), funded the creation of a major full-scale manufacturing facility for Oakridge in Brevard County, Florida, in Melbourne and Palm Bay, further rooting the company’s position in the battery industry.

“Our third-quarter results reflect the significant investment that Precept has made into this exciting business,” stated Barber. “From development of products to purchase of manufacturing equipment, this business is now fully operational and poised for growth.”

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ContentChecked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) Secures Coverage in Thanksgiving Article on Popular Entertainment and Lifestyle Site

Across the United States, friends and family indulged themselves last week with an estimated 46 million turkeys, according to the National Turkey Federation, but these flightless birds are just the beginning. In total, Americans consume roughly 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving, according to the Calorie Control Council, including 3,000 for the big meal and another 1,500 for snacking and nibbling. In a recent article on, heart health expert Lois Trader and Tara Zamani, a clinical nutritionist with ContentChecked Holdings, Inc., outlined a few quick tips for a healthier Thanksgiving.

While the article focused on tips such as avoiding canned and packaged foods and adding natural spices, Zamani contributed three tasty recipes that are perfect choices for a healthier holiday. Each of Zamani’s dishes are customizable in order to address possible dietary restrictions and food allergies. By providing these alternative ingredients, Zamani effectively highlighted the utility of ContentChecked’s innovative family of mobile apps. By using the ContentChecked app when shopping for Thanksgiving, individuals are able to easily avoid foods that may disagree with the specific dietary requirements and preferences of friends and family.

For ContentChecked, the article represents a great opportunity to expand its user base in the coming weeks. The article included multiple links back to the company’s website, and these links are expected to play a key role in driving traffic back to the ContentChecked site. currently enjoys more than 4.3 million unique visitors each month.

Complementary to its efforts to raise awareness of its family of health apps, ContentChecked regularly contributes its collective expertise where needed in order to help Americans better manage their food allergies, migraines and overall health. In recent weeks, the company has been featured in articles by a collection of highly trafficked sites – including The Active Times, ValuePenguin and

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Lingo Media Corp. (LMDCF) (LM.V) Grows Revenue 441% in Q3, Reports Fourth Straight Profitable Quarter

Lingo Media this morning posted an increase of 441% in third-quarter revenue, reported its fourth straight quarter of profitability, and highlighted several operational highlights for the three months ended September 30, 2015.

Revenue for the quarter increased to CAD$1.2 million, compared to revenue of CAD$222,468 reported in the same period last year. Net income was CAD$631,730, or $0.023 earnings per share, compared to a loss of CAD$255,659, or a loss of $0.012 per share, for the third quarter of 2014. Net profit for the 2015 quarter was CAD$694,300, compared to a net loss of CAD$179,146 for the same period in 2014.

“Q3-15 is the fourth consecutive profitable quarter for the company representing revenue growth of 441% and a significant increase in profitability year-over-year for the quarter. It is noteworthy that the revenue and profit in this quarter was almost entirely derived from the rapidly growing digital-learning software division. The legacy text book publishing income is generated throughout the year but is recorded seasonally in Q2 and Q4 as royalty revenues,” Lingo Media president and CEO Michael Kraft stated in the news release.

Lingo Media is an EdTech (educational technology) company committed to ‘Changing the way the world learns English’ through the combination of information technologies and pedagogical insights designed to increase accessibility to education and personalize the learning experience. Lingo Media has established a strong presence in China’s education market of more than 300 million students by forming solid relationships with key government and industry organizations.

The company offers courses in English, both over the Internet and in traditional printed form, through its two distinct business units: ELL Technologies and Lingo Learning, both of which made significant advances in the third quarter of 2015. ELL Technologies is a global online English-language training company while Lingo Learning is a print-based publisher of English-language learning programs in China.

Through these businesses, Lingo Media continues to conduct extensive teacher training initiatives and workshops, and in the third quarter passed an important milestone by co-publishing the 550 millionth unit of its basic English course with People’s Education Press in China, the publishing arm of China’s Ministry of Education.

Additional quarterly achievements stem from the company’s aggressive forays in Latin America.
As part of its strategy to penetrate this market, Lingo Media in July of this year negotiated a contract under which students who complete ELL Technologies’ online English language programs will be given Sistema Corporativo Proulex-Comlex (Proloux) certification. Proloux is a subsidiary of the University of Guadalajara, Mexico’s second largest university.

In addition, Lingo Media is launching an advertising blitzkrieg in key Mexican cities and has inked an agreement with ISA Corporativo, which manages advertising for Mexico City Airport and the subway systems of Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey.

Lingo Media is also making inroads in Columbia. The company secured software licensing contracts with the municipal government of Caldas Department, Columbia, and in the third quarter was awarded a large government contract with SENA, an organization under the Ministry of Labour of Colombia to build the world’s largest digital library of English language learning resources.

Lingo Media noted that it was also selected by the Peruvian Navy to provide software licenses to ELL Technologies’ training products, and successfully completed the development of ELL Technologies’ Winnie’s World, in HTML5 for the pre-kindergarten and the kindergarten market.

“In line with our sales strategy, we have successfully launched our ELL Technologies’ suite of software products into the government, educational institution and corporate markets. While Latin America remains our initial market focus, demand is emerging from other regions. The Company is pursuing strategic partnerships for global distribution as part of its plan as the EdTech market for English language learning continues to grow worldwide,” concluded Kraft.

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert November 25, 2015

November 25, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Direct Insite Corp. (DIRI), which was down more than 10% today.

DIRI’s 8-K was negative, which is why the stock fell today on large volume. The filing detailed, “one of HP’s customers was terminating its contract with HP pursuant to which [DIRI] provided services to such client, effective February 23, 2016… This client comprised 14.7% of DIRI’s revenues for the nine months ended September 30, 2015, and 15.4% of the Company’s revenues for the twelve months ended December 31, 2014.”

DIRI is in negotiations with HP and HP’s client to continue to provide at least a portion of services. We’ll continue to monitor the affect that this has on DIRI in both the short and long-term.

Currently DIRI is in Category 2 with a Bowser Rating of 8. That puts the company in buying range. While this announcement makes the company a tad more speculative, a position at $0.80 per share is a very low cost basis with a good upside.

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Moxian Inc. (MOXC) Offers a One-Stop-Shop for Businesses to Engage with Consumers

Developed in Shenzhen, China, Moxian provides a social marketing and promotional platform for businesses. The company’s platform, called MO-Promo, uses the concepts of social media and online gaming to promote businesses. This includes a Social Customer Relationship Management System (SRM), MO-Points, online gaming, a social networking site called MO-Zone, and a Social Loyalty program that rewards users for using their MO-Points. Moxian clients can use the SCRM system to stay ahead of consumer trends while advertising and campaigning their businesses on the website.

MO-Promo works out of the Weibo site, the company’s social media platform. This is where consumers can access blogs, podcasts, shopping, news, and more all while connecting to a social network. Topics on the site include history, education, movies, health, art, fashion, beauty, and even jokes.

Consumer users can then play a variety of online games such as Texas Poker, Destiny Tower, and Yulong Pass. During each game, users earn points which can be redeemed at the Points Mall. Prizes, which are sponsored by both Moxian and its clients, include more games, a Microsoft Surface 2, prepaid cards, Starbucks mugs, umbrellas, and more.

Fortunately, the fun doesn’t have to stay on a desktop. The company has also developed the Moxian+ app for both Android and Apple phones. Here, users can continue to network while being kept aware of local events and activities. They can also play games and redeem their winnings through the versatile app.

The combination of social media and online play gives companies the opportunity to advertise to the masses. Both consumers and businesses alike can network and learn from each other in a single place. Moxian encourages users to revisit the site by offering incentives, like points and prizes, which leads to a recurring marketable audience.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Targeting Modernization of Legacy Point of Sale Infrastructure through MUXI Partnership

The global point of sale software industry climbed to $3.2 billion in 2014, according to TechNavio, and additional growth is expected in the years to come. While the market has traditionally been led by major players such as Verifone (NYSE: PAY), First Data (NYSE: FDC) and Oracle (NYSE: ORCL), evolving consumer preference and the emergence of new payment technologies – including self-checkout and wireless point of sale terminals – has created inviting conditions for companies with innovative products that address unmet demands. Just last week, mobile payments firm Square (NYSE: SQ) reaffirmed these conditions when it commenced trading on the NYSE as one of the most anticipated public debuts of the year.

Alternet Systems, Inc. is targeting the point of sale industry by delivering technology products that can manage a wide range of payment channels. The company’s products and application development engines extend the capabilities of existing payment technologies by enabling processing across a collection of capture devices while delivering channel-specific abilities. In August, Alternet, through wholly-owned subsidiary Alternet Payment Solutions, extended its market reach when it announced the execution of a strategic partnership with MUXI, the Brazilian leader in multichannel technology solutions for the electronic point of sale industry.

“The partnership with MUXI allows us to introduce an innovative, brand agnostic point of sale terminal and disruptive payment technology offering to the U.S.,” Henryk Dabrowski, chief executive officer of Alternet, stated in a news release. “We envision MUXI’s products fitting an underserved market consisting of the largest outdated legacy point of sale infrastructure in the world.”

North America currently represents roughly 32 percent of the global point of sale market, which is expected to achieve a compound annual growth rate of 11.6 percent from 2014 to 2020. Across the continent, retailers of all sizes are turning to mobile point of sale technologies in an effort to cut costs and increase operational efficiency. In 2013, research firm IHL Group estimated that North American mobile point of sale hardware and software sales totaled $2 billion, and approximately 85 percent of larger retailers are expected to implement these devices by 2016.

Following the announcement of its partnership with MUXI, Alternet is a favorable strategic position to capitalize on this market growth by providing innovative products that address underserved needs within the point of sale industry. Look for the company to leverage the ongoing modernization of point of sale infrastructure and software in order to promote sustainable growth in the months to come.

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Freedom Leaf, Inc. (FRLF) Announces Brand Management Deal with the Nation’s Largest Non-Profit Pro-Cannabis Advocacy Group

Freedom Leaf recently announced a historic partnership with one of the country’s oldest, largest and most recognizable non-profit pro-cannabis advocacy groups, The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML). Following the execution of a brand management agreement, the NORML board of directors named Freedom Leaf as its manager of business partnerships, new events and merchandising. This collaboration is expected to boost the group’s brand awareness and revenue in the months to come as it continues to focus on its ultimate goal of ending cannabis prohibition across the nation.

“Freedom Leaf, Inc. is proud to have been chosen to be the brand ambassador of NORML,” Cliff Perry, chief executive officer of Freedom Leaf, stated in a news release. “Our vision is to promote and support donations, membership, the NORML Legal Committee (NLC), business networking events, musical festivals, NORML merchandise and educational seminar components.”

NORML was originally founded over 45 years ago and currently boasts more than 140 chapters and a national headquarters in Washington, D.C. The group’s volunteers and advocates have been credited as a driving force behind the evolving legal landscape surrounding cannabis – including the introduction of bills to legalize medical cannabis, hemp and recreational marijuana, as well as those to decriminalize possession.

The Freedom Leaf team is intimately familiar with NORML’s mission. The company’s co-founder, Richard Cowan, served as national director of NORML from 1992 to 1995, and he contributed approximately $200,000 in cash contributions last year. In a news release, Cowan described the frustrations associated with raising funds and vetting prospective partnerships, which are both essential to the viability of NORML and a distraction from the group’s overarching goals. Moving forward, Freedom Leaf will manage many of the business aspects of NORML, allowing the group to remain focused on its efforts to end cannabis prohibition.

As part of the agreement, Freedom Leaf is now authorized to solicit companies to join the NORML Business Network, assist in vetting offers from companies interested in licensing the NORML brand and undertake other commercial activities that bring revenue to NORML in exchange for earned agency revenue.

Over the past half-century, NORML’s efforts have had a major impact on shifting popular opinion regarding cannabis prohibition. In 1969, only 12 percent of Americans favored marijuana legalization, according to a study by Pew Research. However, in a March 2015 poll, a majority of 53 percent stated that the drug should be made legal. To date, marijuana has been legalized or decriminalized in 27 states and the District of Columbia.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Redefining the Market When It Comes To Birthday Parties For Kids


For many parents in LA, whether they are A-list celebrities like Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, or Jessica Alba and her beau, or some of the nearly four million other inhabitants of this sprawling metropolis, there is only one place to take the kids for a birthday party: Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL). Never before in the history of the casual dining restaurant business has there been a venue such as this, which combines top shelf organic food and elegant dining for adults, with a decided emphasis on entertaining children and giving them someplace to enjoy healthy play while their parents relax. With the roughly 6,000 square foot family restaurant floor space divided between the upscale dining section and a 2,000 square foot plus Gymboree-style play area for the kids – full of fun interactive/tactile toys, as well as climbers, ball pits and thematic elements such as magic castles, dragons and pirate ships – Giggles N’ Hugs has quickly become the go-to place for birthday parties.

With three locations throughout the LA area to choose from, located in upscale shopping centers like Century City’s Westfield Mall, the Glendale Galleria and the Westfield Topanga Shopping Center, parents never have too far to go to enjoy the benefits of being a GIGL customer, with service options like being able to drop their kids off to play at Giggles N’ Hugs while they go shopping. Giggles N’ Hugs is staffed by friendly, trained personnel who keep an eye on the kids and keep them busy, helping to coordinate periodic events that take place throughout the day, like face painting, sing along karaoke, or arts and crafts, and even full-on shows hosted by local child entertainers featuring music, puppetry, and other fun activities.

With a two hour party for 15 guests costing only $350, featuring numerous amenities such as fully orchestrated themes, organic food, beverages, fresh desserts, custom-crafted confections and fun activities that are not available at competing locations such as Chuck E. Cheese, Giggles N’ Hugs has rapidly made a name for itself as the highest value for parent’s party dollar. With an unrivaled variety of themes available for boys and girls to choose from, ranging from superheroes or princesses, to pirates or mermaids and many, many more, birthday parties thrown by Giggles N’ Hugs offer not only nonstop excitement and exercise, but lovingly crafted foods and desserts, as well as gift bags stuffed with themed prizes.

And now the fun is coming to customers via the company’s superb party creation teams, with fully catered, themed in-home parties available, featuring all the amenities parents and kids have come to know and love, minus the awesome Giggles N’ Hugs locale. What these in-home designer parties may lack in access to the wonderful playspaces available at Giggles N’ Hugs locations, they more than make up for in terms of convenience, and the ability to host blowout extravaganzas for lucky little boys and girls who get to be the star of the party, thrown right in their own home where they are most at ease. The company’s award-winning, professional staff takes care of every detail from setup to cleanup, allowing parents to focus on making the day a special one that their child will never forget. And the GIGL party planners stand at the ready to help parents craft the ultimate customized birthday party for their kids, bringing a highly tailored experience to consumers which has resonated far and wide, channeling new customers organically via word of mouth alone.

Little wonder then that Giggles N’ Hugs has been rated the number one kids party place in LA by popular children’s network Nickelodeon. And this kind of coverage is just the tip of the iceberg for GIGL, with numerous write-ups in leading celebrity-focused publications, as well as the mainstream media. Expansion plans to take this winning model nationwide and even into choice global markets have already been executed, with GIGL coordinating the rollout in conjunction with close ally Westfield, which owns and operates a huge number of malls and shopping centers both at home and abroad. Many analysts are convinced that we are witnessing the birth of an industry-defining franchise here and investors should take note of the opportunity to get in before the operation goes supernova, landing new locations across the country on the strength of the Giggles N’ Hugs business model, which presents mall owners with a highly synergistic tenant that can help attract customers to their venues other retail tenants.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Targeting Key Niche Market Segments with Innovative Battery Systems

Oakridge Global Energy Solutions is an integrated energy storage solutions company that uses state-of-the-art technology in the design, development and manufacture of high-quality cells, batteries and energy storage systems. The company is committed to ushering in a brand new era in battery manufacturing, and a quick look at its core values highlights the commitments that help Oakridge differentiate itself from the competition in the stored energy marketplace.

An unrelenting dedication to corporate pride and commercial success forms the foundation of the Oakridge business model, and a commitment to innovation has allowed the company to develop a diverse, ‘Made in the U.S.A.’ product line that addresses four high-demand target markets – including motive applications, stationary living space power, remote control and portable devices, and starter motor batteries. In October, Oakridge expanded on this formula by announcing the production release of its Pro Series product line of heavy duty battery systems for task-oriented vehicles.

“This is a very exciting product line and we are really pleased with the way that it underscores our mission statement of on-shoring jobs and manufacturing back to the U.S.A. by providing the market with another Made in the U.S.A. product instead of having to rely on imported products,” Steve Barber, executive chairman and chief executive officer of Oakridge, stated in a news release.

The company’s focus on bringing manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. has caught the attention of local lawmakers and entrepreneurs. Last month, Oakridge was recognized by Florida Governor Rick Scott following the launch of its new corporate headquarters and manufacturing center in Palm Bay. The expansion, which is part of Oakridge’s existing and ongoing $270 million investment in its lithium-ion battery development and manufacturing facilities in Brevard County, Florida, is expected to create approximately 1,000 new jobs in the community.

According to a study by Research and Markets, the global lithium-ion battery market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14.4 percent over the next four years, reaching $33.1 billion by 2019. While much of this growth is expected to occur in the automotive sector, global sales of lithium-ion powered energy storage systems are also expected to increase from less than $2 billion in 2015 to roughly $6 billion by 2020.

By providing high-quality products that address a number of viable markets, Oakridge is in a strong position to capitalize on this market growth in the years to come. Look for the company to build upon the early success of its current product line as it continues to target key niche market segments with its lithium-ion battery products in the future.

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The Bowser Report – Weekly Snapshot November 20, 2015

November 24, 2015

In The Bowser Report Weekly for the week ended November 20, 2015, the publication outlined the weekly performance of some of the most promising low-priced stocks.

Following a pretty rough week, the market bounced back nicely. The Russell 2000 again lagged behind the larger indexes, demonstrating small stocks’ continued underperformance. The other three major indexes stuck pretty close together with gains between 3.3% and 3.6%.

Bowser stocks, averaging a 0.2% loss, ended their two week streak of average gains. Despite three companies closing up more than 10%, including Liberator Medical (LBMH) and OurPet’s (OPCO) gaining over 20%, 21 recommendations closed lower, while 14 closed higher and two closed flat. Wireless Telecom (WTT) lost over 10%.

Among Bowser stocks, the biggest movers for the week – Liberator Medical Holdings (LBMH) and OurPet’s Company (OPCO) – both gained more than 20 percent. LBMH soared after announcing its pending $181 million acquisition with C.R. Bard, which is still subject to shareholder approval. OPCO caught the attention of investors following the release of its third quarter financial results, which included a 6.9 percent year-over-year increase in total revenues. As a result of this strong performance, OPCO was named ‘Company of the Month’ in the November issue of The Bowser Report.

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Latitude 360 (LATX) Adds the Intrigue of Fantasy Sports to its Multi-Dimensional Entertainment Experience

When it comes to fun and excitement, Latitude 360 (QTCQB: LATX) shareholders will not find the company sitting on its laurels. As if a grille and bar, luxury bowling lanes, a dine-in movie theater with HD sports theater- and game room were not enough to tantalize one’s senses, the company has recently added to its multi-dimensional experience the skyrocketing attraction of daily fantasy sports.

360 Fantasy Live is anticipated to boost Latitude 360’s overall entertainment concept and enhance the experience of watching the games – while also driving revenue through high guests average check from longer visits watching games and revenue from 360 Fantasy Live contests.

In addition to great food, spirits and 360 Fantasy Live, Latitude 360’s Jacksonville, Pittsburgh and Indianapolis locations also offer dine-in, Vegas-style live performance theaters, HD sports theaters, bars, dance floors and stages for DJs, state-of-the-art video arcade and the area’s best private events. Fully involved from start to finish with its endeavor, the company plans, develops, builds and operates its venues to deliver its unique “360 Experience.”

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New Jersey Mining Company (NJMC) Opens Golden Chest in 2015

Idaho-based New Jersey Mining Company (NJMC) built and is the majority-owner and operator of a fully-permitted, recently upgraded, 360-tonne per day flotation mill and concentrate leach plant. The company is manager and 47.88-percent owner of Golden Chest LLC, which owns the Golden Chest Mine, a historic lode gold producer on patented claims near Murray, Idaho. NJMC recently signed an Option to Purchase Agreement, giving it the right to acquire the remaining interest in Golden Chest.

In its recent 10Q filing, NJMC reported revenue of $603,057 and $1,866,421 for the three- and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2015, a steep increase compared to $6,229 and $6,368 for the comparable periods of 2014. Net income of $120,087 for the three-month period and net loss of $17,953 for the nine-month period also mark an improvement over the prior year periods, as compared to a three-month net loss of $371,632 and nine-month net loss of $934,632. The company attributes the 2015 revenue and income to the Golden Chest Mine.

Earlier this month NJMC announced that it has commissioned data compilation and scoping studies of the Golden Chest Mine. This follows the September termination of the company’s partnership with Juniper Resources LLC, in which Juniper forfeit the remaining mineralized material and mine infrastructure of the Skookum Shoot back to Golden Chest LLC. At the time, NJMC said it would continue to process Golden Chest ore at its New Jersey Mill through stockpile depletion.

Though NJMC currently has no additional candidate projects for milling production, it is moving forward with business development and exploration to generate future mill feed for the New Jersey Mill. These plans call for an analysis of continuing the Golden Chest production with NJMC as the operator.

The aforementioned scoping study is focused on near-mine mineralization, including areas that were included in the Juniper mine plan but were not mined, as well as other accessible, drill-tested areas. NJMC intends to use the data to develop a small-scale mining plan, with a production target of 2,000 to 3,000 tons of ore per month, processed at the New Jersey Mill.

In a letter to shareholders, dated November 4, 2015, NJMC President John Swallow addressed the benefits of the company’s current position, in part saying:

“As part of our base building and focus on cash flow, we intend to exercise our recently acquired Option within the next few weeks, securing ownership of the Golden Chest Mine and greater control of our own destiny, embracing the opportunities and the challenges that come with it.

“Juniper and Small Mine Development did a great job of developing the mine, leaving a high-quality platform for us to build upon, including a tremendous amount of data and knowledge and an area of potential ore already blocked out.

“The road ahead… We are evaluating three possible paths. With the addition of the Golden Chest Mine to our New Jersey Mill asset base, we could obviously go into “care and maintenance” mode until market conditions improve. Or we could bring in a partner and joint venture the advancement of the mine. However, our preferred path is to evaluate the possibility of going into small-scale production ourselves, and that process is currently underway.”

Moving forward, NJMC has a newly developed mine, a recently operating mill, and district scale exploration potential, which could provide a nice level of optionality for its investors.

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Avant Diagnostics (AVDX): An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

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

OvaDx is a sophisticated microarray-based test that measures the activation of the immune system in blood samples in response to early stage ovarian tumor cell development.

Each year, cancer costs the world more money than any other disease, according to the American Institute of Cancer Research (AICR).

Cancer costs $895 billion annually. Comparatively, heart disease costs $753 billion. Nothing else comes close, with traffic accidents and diabetes each costing about $204 billion. More than half a million Americans die of cancer, the second-leading cause of death in the U.S., every year.

Cancer is like any disease, ailment, or problem in that the earlier you correctly identify and get to work on fixing it, the better your chances are… Let’s just use Peyton Manning as a good example of what to do. When he throws an interception, he immediately goes to the sideline, talks to coaches, studies stills of defensive alignments and identifies what he could have done better to throw a touchdown instead of the interception.

Using a product like OvaDx would be the best way to identify the exact nature of the problem, so experts and doctors can recommend the best treatments to ensure your survival. Cancer does not discriminate, as you can see from the above study, and takes very few prisoners, especially when you sit back and do nothing. Companies developing state of the art technology like AVDX give patients the best chance at beating this horrible disease and living a long and happy life.

In conclusion, put AVDX on your radar, especially considering recent FDA developments. It would be well worth your time to educate yourself a little more on early cancer detection and participate in the battle affecting everyone in the world today.

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Symbid Corp. (SBID) Innovating at the Forefront of Online Funding with The Funding Network™

Crowdfunding is a rapidly growing industry. In 2010, the global online crowdfunding market was valued at roughly $880 million, led by a relatively small audience of early adopters. Just four years later, crowdfunding platforms accounted for approximately $16 billion in total investments, and that figure is expected to exceed $34 billion by the end of this year. To better illustrate the scale of this growth, consider the venture capitalism industry, which has traditionally served as the ‘go-to’ source of capital for startups and other pre-revenue companies.

Currently, the VC industry invests an average of $30 billion each year, led by global firms such as Fortress Investment Group (NYSE: FIG), American Capital (NASDAQ: ACAS) and Apollo Investment Corp. (NASDAQ: AINV), but industry growth is expected to remain relatively flat in the coming years. In other words, the crowdfunding industry is on track to account for more funding than the VC industry as early as next year.

One of the primary benefits of crowdfunding is its versatility. Companies such as Kickstarter and GoFundMe have captured market share through the implementation of a simple rewards-based system. Using this model, investors gain access to varying levels of rewards corresponding to the amount they pledge to the business or project. However, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act – which was signed into law by President Obama in April 2012 – set the stage for a crowdfunding model based on a more traditional investment incentive: equity.

Equity crowdfunding is just one of the many investment models offered by Symbid Corporation (OTCQB: SBID) through its proprietary investment platform, The Funding Network™. Founded in 2011, Symbid was one of the first companies to identify the rising need for data-driven SME finance and invest in the development of advanced investing, monitoring and data tools. Leveraging this early mover advantage, Symbid launched The Funding Network in March 2015 in order to give entrepreneurs direct access to all forms of financing while offering investors complete transparency on the potential risks and returns of their portfolios.

In the third quarter of 2015, Symbid demonstrated the marketability of its platform by recording a 30 percent year-over-year increase in total revenues. In its first six months of operation, The Funding Network has seen a total transactional volume of nearly $400 million. In July, Symbid successfully added roughly 2,000 new investors to its crowdfunding community and recorded its first success fees stemming from the introduction of its innovative loan crowdfunding product, effectively paving the way for additional growth in the months to come.

“The diversified product portfolio of The Funding Network has delivered promising results in the first six months since its launch in March and is creating real value for investors and entrepreneurs,” Korstiaan Zandvliet, co-founder and chief executive officer of Symbid, stated in a news release. “Clearly there is huge potential to further commercialize our transaction volume. The consistent growth in revenue we’ve been seeing in 2015 gives us the foundation to do just that while we continue to innovate at the forefront of online funding.”

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Offers Two Platforms for Twice the Fun

Being a top dog in the pet industry means more scalability to reach a wider customer base. That’s why OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) gives two brand options to its niche customers. The OurPets brand focuses on specialty customers while the Pet Zone Brand centers on food/drug/mass-market channels. Each has its own website where pet owners can get the latest products in safety, health, waste management, and fun.

OurPet’s designs, produces, and markets a variety of innovative, high quality accessory and consumable pet products in the United States and overseas. It began with the Big Dog Feeder product that improves posture and comfort for canines. Most of their award-winning products are patented and boast being the only ones of their kind on the market. Cat owners can get their own consumable Kitty Cat Grass to grow at home or the EZ Scoop Litter Box with Odor Control Spray. Felines can also frolic with the Hide and Go Squeak Interactive Toy. Dogs can have the Buster Food Cube and the WonderBowl for their eating needs. The company’s products aim at bringing out a pet’s natural instincts for a healthier lifestyle.

In 2006, OurPet’s purchased all of the assets of its chief competitor, Pet Zone. The company now has a platform for its own products while integrating those of Pet Zone in another. Pet Zone products and accessories aim at improving the health, vitality, and safety of pets. Its goal is to offer high-end products at affordable rates. Feline friends can purchase the Mini Food-N-Fountain Deluxe or the Purr-Ivacy Place Pop-Up Litter Box Canopy along with many scratchers and toys. Dog owners can buy the Cozy Cottage Dog House, treat dispensers, and other food bowl accessories.

The pet industry has grown from $17 billion in 1994 to $74.23 billion in 2014. That number is expected to increase to $77.03 billion this year alone. During this time, OurPet’s has grown 3-5 times faster than the overall industry and has no plans of slowing down. The company gives investors the opportunity to participate in this expanding market while offering consumers the chance at buying multiple products through multiple brands.

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Dominovas Energy Corporation (DNRG) Actively Pursuing Capital Commitments to Fund Growth Opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa

November 23, 2015

Late last month, Dominovas Energy Corp. made headlines when it secured a landmark commitment of $1.2 billion in project financing to fund the initial phase of production and deployment of its proprietary RUBICON™ solid oxide fuel cell technology. The company’s chairman and chief executive officer, Neal Allen, hailed the commitment as further validation of Dominovas Energy’s business model and “an undeniable endorsement of the technical prowess of the RUBICON™.” Earlier this week, Dominovas Energy successfully built on this progress when it announced a new commitment from Nevada-based GHS Capital for up to $7.5 million over the next 36 months.

“This commitment from GHS Capital serves as a catalyst for maintaining operational momentum established this year,” Eric Fresh, senior vice president of finance and investments with Dominovas Energy, stated in a news release. “Moreover, it solidifies the platform for continued business development and implementation of the company’s strategic vision for expansion and development of the RUBICON™ into the global frontier markets in 2016.”

Thus far in 2015, Dominovas Energy has implemented an aggressive growth strategy that should provide a solid platform for strong financial performance in the years to come. Since announcing its first power purchase agreement (PPA) for the City of David in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) earlier this year, the Company has committed to an ambitious goal of securing the project financing needed to support the deployment of over 200 megawatts of signed and guaranteed PPAs in the DRC while continuing to target other emerging markets throughout sub-Saharan Africa as part of President Obama’s Power Africa Initiative.

For prospective shareholders, emerging power generation markets in sub-Saharan Africa could represent an opportunity for Dominovas Energy to realize considerable financial growth moving forward, particularly as it continues to build an increasingly sizable foothold throughout the region. According to a report by market research firm McKinsey & Company, there are nearly 600 million people living in sub-Saharan Africa without access to electricity. In the DRC, just 20 percent of the population currently has average grid access. However, by 2040, the report suggests that more than 70 percent of the region will have access to reliable power generation, outlining the substantial opportunity for Dominovas Energy as it continues to pursue additional project financing.

“[W]e have put in place the building block that supports our innovation in engineering this next generation technology for the commercial production of clean and sustainable base load power via the proprietary RUBICON™,” added Allen. “Dominovas Energy actively demonstrates that the funding of power infrastructure projects in global and emerging markets is not only possible, but feasible.”

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Legacy Ventures International, Inc.’s (LGYV) Disruptive Approach to the Global ‘Bottled Water Problem’ Highlighted by Seeking Alpha Contributor

Legacy Ventures International was recently highlighted in an article by a contributor at the investment research platform Seeking Alpha. The overview studied the company’s potential as a disruptive force in the multibillion dollar Canadian bottled water market.

Legacy is a Nevada-based multinational conglomerate focused on the acquisition of proven and high-potential businesses across a variety of sectors. With a list of corporate objectives circling around the concept of disruptive brands and ideas, Legacy seeks to deal in category game changers that provide maximized market impact and traction while promoting rapid and sustainable growth. A few months ago, the company implemented this strategy through the acquisition of Toronto-based RM Fresh Brands, and, along with it, the Canadian distribution rights to one of the most innovative and promising brands in the bottled water space – Boxed Water.

Boxed Water is a fresh approach to remedying the environmental nightmares associated with the ubiquitous plastic water bottle. To get a better idea of the problem, consider the current scale of the U.S. bottled water market. In 2013, wholesale revenues from bottled water approached $12.3 billion, led by major beverage brands such as Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO), Pepsico (NYSE: PEP) and Nestle (OTC: NSRGY). However, among the billions of bottles of water consumed each year, only 27 percent are recycled. As a result, more than two million tons of discarded water bottles have already been deposited into U.S. landfills.

Instead of plastic bottles, Boxed Water is packaged in a biodegradable box that’s reminiscent of a milk carton. The box is also key to the product’s brand identity. Carrying a simple message of ‘Boxed Water is Better’, this inconspicuous packaging effortlessly explains the concept of Boxed Water while attracting the attention of ecologically-aware consumers. The current challenge for Legacy is putting this message in front of its target audience. For that reason, the company is implementing a viral, event-driven marketing campaign throughout pivotal Canadian markets.

In recent months, Legacy has showcased Boxed Water at major events such as the Toronto Film Festival and Holt Renfrew’s Holiday Kick Off. These partnerships, in combination with Boxed Water’s straightforward packaging, are expected to play a key role in getting the word out about the product by getting it into the hands of celebrities and other influencers.

Boxed Water represents an opportunity for Legacy to disrupt the Canadian bottled water industry with an eco-friendly, easy-to-ship, deceptively simple solution. As the company continues to identify and target additional disruptive brands in both domestic and international markets, Boxed Water represents the first step in a long term strategic plan to maximize shareholder value for the foreseeable future.

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Injection of Ethically-Derived Neural Stem Cells for the Treatment of Parkinson’s to Be Tested in Australia

The true forefront in medicine today is a broad offensive where medical and research professionals are now pulling out all the stops in a never-ending war against broad-spectrum degenerative diseases like cancer or degenerative diseases of specific tissues, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, which severely cripple a patient’s central nervous system (CNS). Unfortunately, there is very little in the way of truly therapeutic options for patients with degenerative CNS diseases.

In the case of Parkinson’s, dopamine-generating neurons in the midbrain (substantia nigra) progressively die off, resulting in a variety of motor control issues (dyskinesia) at first, with dementia, insomnia, and severe depression or emotional problems typically following in later stages. There is no currently known cure for Parkinson’s and the standard of care consists primarily of medications designed to manage and/or provide relief from the symptoms.

The main family of drugs used to offset Parkinson’s symptoms is Levodopa (L DOPA, which metabolizes into dopamine), but MAOIs (monoamine oxidase inhibitors) and dopamine agonists have seen a significant increase of use in recent years as a first choice, in order to prolong the start of L DOPA treatment. For you see, prolonged use of L DOPA typically results in dyskinesia that is equivalent to the long-term effects of Parkinson’s itself.

Because less than 10 percent of L-DOPA actually makes it through the blood-brain barrier, the vast majority of it is metabolized elsewhere in the body, resulting in numerous side effects like nausea and joint stiffness, in addition to the aforementioned Parkinson’s-like motor control problems. MAOIs, historically already in wide usage as a treatment for atypical depression, are pretty effective at delimiting the primary monoamine oxidase that degrades dopamine, MAO-B, and thus are able to somewhat offset the lack of dopamine that is being caused by neuronal loss.

As you can see, the only solutions for Parkinson’s patients which are currently available aren’t really solutions at all, and carry with them the looming inevitability of a lost battle against this degenerative disease. A truly disheartening reality for patients and their families. Long-term options for Parkinson’s patients and their families are severely limited as well and include invasive surgery, or palliative care designed merely to improve quality for end of life patients. Reasonable extrapolations from official Parkinson’s Disease Foundation data indicates that the number of people on earth currently suffering from the disease is likely close to, or over 10 million. Some 60,000 or more people in the U.S. alone are diagnosed with Parkinson’s each year, meaning the real number is likely much higher, after factoring in all the cases that go undiagnosed, and unreported.

Hence the undisputable potential value of the proprietary, scalable and ethical human parthenogenetic (asexual reproduction from unfertilized egg) stem cell (hpSC) technology currently being developed by International Stem Cell Corp. (OTCQB: ISCO). Because hpSCs are self-renewing multipotent cells, they represent an as-yet essentially untapped goldmine of therapeutic developments which could provide solutions for countless degenerative diseases, and do so across multiple tissue types. The company’s hpSC platform for chemically stimulating eggs to reproduce, which uses a series of different activation techniques in order to create sizeable batches of healthy adult cells that are HLA/immune-matched (human leukocyte antigen) either to the individual or to the general population, has led to an exciting novel therapeutic cellular product consisting of human parthenogenetic neural stem cells (hPNSCs).

Because hPNSCs have been shown to be able to actually differentiate into dopaminergic neurons, therapy using these injected cells represents a wholly-new approach to the problem of Parkinson’s, wherein the root cause of the disease is addressed directly. Moreover, transplanted hPNSCs have been shown to express powerful brain-protecting neurotrophic factors in pre-clinical animal model studies, meaning that not only does this product hold the potential to simply grow new dopamine-producing cells, it can also help shield the remaining healthy cells from degeneration and/or death. ISCO’s recent announcement that the company is now moving full steam ahead towards phase I/IIa human clinical trials in Australia, subsequent to a meeting with the Australian Therapeutics Goods Administration and signage of an LOI with the conducting facility, Royal Melbourne Hospital, is a major milestone for the company. A milestone that puts ISCO squarely in the pole position for developing the first true Parkinson’s therapy.

TGA approval for the phase I/IIa clinical trials is expected sometime this month, with enrollment commencing shortly after, and ISCO could have a real winner on its hands depending on whether the results jog with those generated by the preceding nine-month safety GLP study of 300 rodents, which showed zero tumor growth in any of the subjects receiving transplanted cells. ISCO seems to have overcome the two major stumbling blocks that have hindered other developers in this field: immune-related tissue rejection and tumor formation.

The chemically close-to-nature methodology whereby the company generates its hpSCs is likely a main reason its therapies have had such preclinical successes, and one need look no further than the results for the other candidates (such as those for metabolic liver and degenerative eye diseases) in ISCO’s therapeutic pipeline in order to get a good idea of where the Parkinson’s therapy is headed. A savvy observer will note that the probability of success for ISCO with its hPNSC phase I/IIa clinical trials is telegraphed readily by the demonstrated versatility of the platform in allowing for a robust pipeline of several promising indications. The hpSC platform looks solid and ISCO could have one or two disruptive commercial breakthroughs on its hands in the near future.

Unlike many preclinical biopharma developers, ISCO has a cash pipeline already in place to help fund the expensive work of drug trials, with two wholly-owned subsidiaries that benefit from the company’s hpSC platform: Lifeline Cell Technology and Lifeline Skin Care. Respectively engaged in the sale of human cell culture products/reagents, as well as cosmeceuticals based on a proprietary extract derived from hpSCs, these two profitable subsidiaries not only help feed the R&D machine that is ISCO, they represent promising long-term opportunities in and of themselves. Quarterly financial data out as of November 16 from ISCO shows that Lifeline Cell Technology sales were up handsomely in Q3 (ended September 30), climbing 22 percent compared to the same quarter last year, alongside a nine percent jump in the company’s total consolidated revenue over the same period. Having wound down its multiple preclinical studies during the first six months of 2015, ISCO has managed to slash its cash burn rate and the company is now eager to see the fruits of its labor emerge from human clinical trials of hPNSCs in Parkinson’s.

The ability to grow functional, immune-matched adult human stem cells without the need to fertilize an egg is as ground-breaking a revolution in medicine as it sounds. And ISCO is basically the tip of the spear here too, alongside a tiny handful of other companies, many of whom lack the crucial IP and pre-clinical success story to deliver on a platform solution that could eventually hit hard and fast across the gamut of degenerative and similar diseases.

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert November 23, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Command Security (MOC), which gained just shy of 19% today.

MOC has now moved a number of times on press releases concerning a contract with the United States Postal Service. First, the company announced winning a contract in December 2014, only to have the contract challenged resulting in a stay of the transition in January 2015. Then, in June 2015, the stay was lifted, followed by the challenging party issuing a protest just days later. The protest was dismissed in July, and the USPS announced the reaffirmation of MOC’s contract today.

MOC’s results have been struggling lately, but this contract will provide approximately $250 million in sales over the next 10 years, covering two separate contracts. MOC is currently in Category 3 because of its lack of consistent financial results. However, once the USPS contract’s projected $25 million/year value becomes accretive to earnings, that should change.

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