Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert December 30

December 30, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Direct Insite (DIRI) and CPS Technologies (CPSH), both of which gained more than 10% today.

For the third time in as many days, DIRI moved more than 10%. Yesterday and today, the stock posted +20% swings, falling 23.57% yesterday. As we noted in our Dec. 29 alert, volatility is the norm for DIRI.

Rated an 8, this company is one to consider purchasing at the low end of its volatile moves. Do so speculatively, however, as this company has not been a model of consistency in earnings growth, or share price for that matter.

Like DIRI, CPSH is known to be fairly volatile. Over the past month, the stock has been on the rise despite averaging little volume.

Currently rated 7 and in Category 3, CPSH is not a buy right now. The company has not been able to produce consistent results, and its shares have put investors through a roller coaster ride over the past year as a result.

Don’t open any new positions in CPSH. If you currently have a position, follow the Game Plan, but don’t expect this stock to move without consistent earnings growth.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Serving Growing Families Needed Nutrition and Themed Entertainment

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Whatever party theme captures your child’s imagination, Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) has it covered. The Los Angeles-based company serves up a magical mix of nutritional menu offerings with themes such as superheroes for both boys and girls, princess, pirate, mermaid, cartoon pups, jungle, dinosaur, rock star and many more.

The company’s start in 2010 was due to Dorsa and Joey Parsi realizing there were no practical places to take their daughter where the establishment truly catered to the needs of young children. It was at this point that the couple began to wonder why that was the case.

It became strikingly apparent to the Parsi’s that all of the ‘kid friendly’ restaurants offered only adult-sized surroundings from furniture to utensils and, worse yet, greasy and unhealthy menu selections. Like any conscientious mother, Mrs. Parsi was always thinking of ways to make life more fun for her daughter while making it a little easier for herself.

At Giggles N’ Hugs, the ‘going out to dinner experience’ no longer means compromising adult standards for those of children. All of the food at Giggles N’ Hugs is made with the freshest quality ingredients on the market. The company offers a variety of organic, healthy food, which, in turn, provides parents with the peace of mind that their children are eating food that is healthy for them. By weaving nutritional menu offerings in with customized party themes targeted to a child’s imagination, the company finds itself occupying a niche poised for shareholder value and long term growth.

Giggles N Hugs, Inc. owns and operates kid-friendly restaurants in California with play areas for children 10 years old and younger. The company owns and operates a restaurant in the Westfield Mall in Century City, a restaurant in the Westfield Topanga shopping center in Woodland Hills, and a restaurant in the Glendale Galleria in Glendale, California. Founded in 2010, the company is based in Los Angeles, California.

For more information, please visit www.gigglesnhugs.com

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Nutra Pharma Corporation (NPHC) CEO Publishes Letter to Shareholders

Earlier today, Nutra Pharma Corporation (OTCQB: NPHC), the company behind innovative pharmaceutical products such as Nyloxin® and Pet Pain-Away, released a letter to shareholders. In the letter, Rik J. Deitsch, the company’s chief executive officer, gave investors a brief overview of Nutra Pharma’s progress during 2015, as well as its goals and expectations for the coming months.

“We have had a very busy year at Nutra Pharma,” Deitsch explained in the news release. “2015 has been an inflection year for the company, launching our first new product in over two years (Pet Pain-Away), allowing us to begin to get back into clinical research on our lead drug candidates and bringing our drug platform into focus with the granting of orphan designation for RPI-78M for the treatment of pediatric multiple sclerosis.”

Among the most exciting news for Nutra Pharma’s prospective investors was the company’s progress with its therapeutic drug pipeline. In September, the company received orphan status for drug candidate RPI-78M for the treatment of pediatric multiple sclerosis, an indication with no approved treatments currently on the market. In addition to clearing the way for reduced costs and an accelerated development timeline, orphan designation provides Nutra Pharma with a seven-year period of market exclusivity in the U.S. following FDA approval. In an effort to maximize the benefits of this program, the company has also applied for orphan status for RPI-78M for the treatment of Myasthenia Gravis (MG). After receiving this status, Nutra Pharma expects to initiate clinical trials by the end of 2016.

In addition to its work on the drug development front, Nutra Pharma continues to make progress toward expanding its retail distribution network for its over-the-counter products. Sales from Nyloxin and Pet Pain-Away are expected to bring in additional revenue for the company that will be essential to the financing of proposed clinical studies. Nutra Pharma has already announced plans to begin distribution of Nyloxin in Canada in the coming months, and the company has also received acceptance from CPAM, the medical authority in China, to expand its distribution network into the Asian nation.

By reinitiating clinical work for its lead drug candidates, RPI-MN and RPI-78M, Nutra Pharma is once again progressing toward its goal of marketing or licensing its drugs for the treatment of multiple sclerosis and HIV/AIDS. As it aims to meet its true potential in the bio-pharmaceutical space, the company represents an intriguing option for investors in the coming months.

The shareholder letter is available on the company’s website at http://www.nutrapharma.com/Dec2015_shareholder_letter.pdf

For more information on the company, visit www.NutraPharma.com

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Provides an Opportunity to Capitalize on the Steady Growth of the Pet Industry

The success of any growing business depends on a wide variety of factors, but few decisions can impact a company’s prospects for growth more than choosing the right industry or market niche in which to operate. In a recent article on Entrepreneur.com, Christina Baldassarre outlined the benefits of one of the most intriguing market sectors for investors on the hunt for long-term plays with huge upside – the pet industry.

There are plenty of distinguishers to keep in mind when studying an industry’s viability. Is it recession-proof? Is it predictable? Is it experiencing consistent growth? When it comes to the pet industry, the answers to these questions are overwhelmingly positive. In the Entrepreneur.com article, the author studied the effects of the recent recession on the pet industry by taking an in-depth look at Google Trends for the search terms ‘dog toys’ and ‘cat toys’ over the past decade. Interest in both phrases maintained a consistent pattern throughout the 10-year period, with searches spiking toward the holiday season each year.

Overall, industry statistics support Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOG, GOOGL) data. Over the past 20 years, the domestic pet market has more than tripled in size, growing from $17 billion in 1994 to just over $60 billion this year, according to the American Pet Products Association. Among these expenditures, just over 25 percent were attributed to veterinary care, leaving nearly three-quarters of the total pet industry divided amongst retailers and service businesses. For companies operating in this space, there’s plenty of room for financial growth. Most retail businesses seek margins of approximately 60 percent or more, but some of the most popular pet toys and bones offer margins in excess of 70 percent.

With an expansive and consistent market and an educated customer base, it’s surprising to find that the pet industry is comparatively sparse when it comes to pure plays. Currently, the industry is extremely fragmented, with hundreds of small, relatively unknown brands jostling for a piece of the growing pie. However, one company, OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO), has been building a strong presence in the market for nearly two decades.

OPCO’s business model centers on marketing products designed to satisfy the mental and physical health, safety and comfort of pets around the world. The company is already a significant player in domestic sales of bowls/feeders; cat and dog toys and accessories; and feline waste management solutions. OPCO’s distribution network includes agreements with some of the most recognizable retail brands in the world – including PetSmart, Kroger (NYSE: KR), Walmart (NYSE: WMT) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN).

With a growing foothold in the third largest consumer market in the country and an expanding portfolio of more than 1,500 SKU’s and 225 patents, OPCO represents an intriguing investment option that a contributor to Seeking Alpha recently referred to as “one of the only non-retail pure pet plays left in the industry.” As the company makes efforts to increase its brand awareness by targeting dedicated shelf space in retail stores, it could be primed to continue building on its past growth while promoting strong, sustainable returns for shareholders.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ourpets.com

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert December 29

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on DLH Holdings (DLHC) and Where Food Comes From (WFCF), both of which gained more than 10% today, as well as Direct Insite (DIRI), which fell more than 10% today.

DLHC has now set a new 52-week high on back to back days. Previously, its yearly high was $3.50 set on July 2, 2015. Yesterday, as we mentioned, it hit $3.75, before resetting the bar at $4.47 today. Over the past month, DLHC has had a very positive trend, appreciating 61% during that period.

Well above $3 per share, DLHC is out of our buying range. For those holding, be sure to keep an eye on your double price, or even set a limit order just in case. Remember the Game Plan: sell half at the double and the remainder after it falls 25% from its most recent high (currently $4.47).

WFCF’s stock price was trading at a 52-week low one week before Christmas. However, with today’s movement included, the shares have bounced nicely off that bottom. Still, the stock has been trending down for a while and there’s not definitive proof of a long-term turnaround.

With a Bowser Rating of 7, WFCF is not “buyable.” Revenues have continued to grow, but earnings have yet to find a footing. One quarter they’re up, the next they’re down. Nine-month net income is up 131%, but net income was down slightly in the third quarter.

While not rated high enough to buy now, WFCF is one to watch if you don’t already own shares. The company’s niche and business model make for an interesting investment, and more than likely a profitable one if earnings can show any consistency on a month-to-month basis.

Yesterday we said that volatility is the norm for DIRI, and here is another instance of that. Up over 10% yesterday, down over 20% today. Clearly someone saw yesterday’s gain on light volume as an opportunity to sell as large volume accompanied today’s slide.

Once again, DIRI has a Bowser Rating of 8, which makes the company “buyable.” Still, we think this is a speculative buy, even at these low prices, because of the company’s volatile tendencies and inconsistent financials.

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Nutra Pharma Corp. (NPHC) is Doing Things Differently in the Biotech Industry

December 29, 2015

Nutra Pharma Corp. (OTCQB: NPHC) is introducing new healthcare solutions to the globe. Through ReceptoPharm, a subsidiary, Nutra Pharma is discovering, researching and developing biopharmaceutical products to prevent and/or treat multiple sclerosis (MS), HIV/AIDS, adrenomyeloneuropathy (ADM), herpes, rheumatoid arthritis and pain.

Drug Discovery & Development

Nutra Pharma is in the business of acquiring, licensing and commercializing pharmaceutical products and technologies, along with homeopathic and ethical drugs for managing pain and neurological disorders, autoimmune and infectious diseases and cancer.

The company has several pipeline products both in the market and under research and development. Within the over-the-counter pain management market, Nutra Pharma is already marketing:

  • Nyloxin and Nyloxin Extra Strength, homeopathic drugs used to alleviate moderate to severe chronic pain; and
  • Pet Pain-Away, a homeopathic, non-addictive, non-narcotic pain reliever aimed at treating moderate to severe chronic pain in companion animals.

Nutra Pharma also has more than a few novel therapies in various stages of development, including:

  • Nyloxin Military Strength, a pain relieving drug intended for sale to the U.S. Military and Veteran’s Administration;
  • RPI-MN, a drug designed to treat viral diseases, such as HIV/AIDS and herpes;
  • RPI-78, which is geared toward managing pain and arthritis;
  • RPI-70, another pain reliever;
  • Equine Nyloxin, a topical therapy for horses; and
  • RPI-78M, which is designed to treat neurological diseases and autoimmune diseases, including MS, ADM and rheumatoid arthritis.

Through RPI-78M, Nutra Pharma reached new heights this year. In September, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted RPI-78M “orphan drug status” for the treatment of multiple sclerosis in children – a major milestone for the company. Not only is juvenile MS an important disease area, but it is one that is not being addressed by other drugs currently on the market. This creates a significant market opportunity for Nutra Pharma, as does the designation of RPI-78M as an orphan drug. With that label, Nutra Pharma has a 7-year period of market exclusivity in the U.S. once the drug is approved, and, based on its pre-clinical and open-label studies, the company feels quite strongly that it has the ability to successfully pass through this approval process.

For more information on the company, visit www.NutraPharma.com

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GTX Corp. (GTXO) Offers Team Tracking App to Enhance Business Management

GTX Corp. (OTC: GTXO) has been at the forefront of 2-way GPS real-time personal location services since it went public in 2008. Since then, it has introduced miniaturized GPS, BLE, and cellular tracking technology that minimizes power consumption. These services and devices can monitor and locate people, pets, vehicles, and more. Headquartered in Los Angeles and with distributors in over thirteen countries, GTX provides end-to-end solutions and hardware that is fully customizable and boasts a user-friendly experience for clients.

In 2008, GTX created Track My Workforce, a managing system application designed for small- to medium-sized companies that allows a closer inspection of worker operations, such as delivery of products. So far, industries like pharmaceutical, food, consumer goods, jewelry, plumbing, and construction have benefited from this cost-effective solution. Track My Workforce maintains its mission of giving “the highest level of tracking and monitoring technology, products, and services” while providing “excellence in customer satisfaction.”

The Track My Workforce application is easily downloadable on both iOS and Android devices without the need to purchase new hardware. The app works silently in the background on a worker’s phone so he/she can still use other apps without draining the battery. Meanwhile, the worker’s whereabouts are updated at customizable intervals via GPS and viewable through the Track My Workforce website. Alerts are also automatically sent to the subscriber when a worker has arrived/departed from a designated geozone, such as a customer’s location. The application then makes mileage reports available to compare time management of workers, which can lead to cost-saving changes.

GTX aims to continue delivering its award-winning GPS SmartSole, along with its top-selling Smartphone Apps, to both new and loyal customers. The company intends to provide, innovate, and expand upon its tried and true services throughout the world.

For more information, visit www.gtxcorp.com

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Encouraging Repeat Customers with Intriguing Membership Program

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When combining a traditional restaurant concept with the excitement of innovative entertainment options, membership programs and value cards can make a huge difference to a company’s bottom line. To illustrate this fact, one needs look no further than Dave and Buster’s Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: PLAY), the growing force behind one of the most popular dining and entertainment chains for adults and families in North America. Since opening its first location in 1982, Dave & Buster’s has grown into a national phenomenon, operating 73 locations across the United States.

Today, the Dave & Buster’s brand is synonymous with good times, and that’s because of PLAY’s ability to evolve and adapt with changing consumer demand. One of the best examples of this evolution was the introduction of PLAY’s pioneering rechargeable Power Cards. When diners want to enjoy a few arcade games at their local Dave & Buster’s, fumbling with cash or coins never gets in the way of the fun thanks to these reloadable cards. While this model offers convenience for customers, it also promotes repeat visits by storing deposited funds for use on the next visit.

Although Dave & Buster’s is one of the most recognizable brands in the food and entertainment space to implement a rewards card-based customer retention strategy, it’s far from the only restaurant chain capitalizing on this proven tool. Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTCQB: GIGL) – the first and only known restaurant brand that brings together high-end, organic food with active, cutting-edge play and entertainment for children – has implemented a similar model to build upon the early successes of its three locations in Greater Los Angeles.

The GIGL membership program allows parents to minimize the cost of visits to Giggles N’ Hugs locations by purchasing unlimited play passes for one-, three- or six-month intervals. For less than the cost of four visits, GIGL members can enjoy unlimited visits for a full month, and additional savings are offered for families with multiple children. To sweeten the deal, the company often offers additional benefits – including discounts on food and beverage purchases and birthday parties. This program encourages repeat visits for the company’s customers and, as a result, bolstered financial growth for GIGL.

Just in time for the holiday season, GIGL also offers gift cards, which can be purchased directly through the company’s website. By offering membership specials and other promotional deals, GIGL is in a favorable position to maintain its status as Los Angeles’s #1 Family Restaurant. As the company seeks to expand upon its national footprint in the coming months, look for this proven branding strategy to play a key role in GIGL’s efforts to promote sustainable growth.

For more information, please visit www.gigglesnhugs.com

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert December 28, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Direct Insite (DIRI) and InfoSonics (IFON), both of which gained more than 10% today.

Volatility is the norm for DIRI. The company averages just 2,419 shares traded per day over the past three months. At a price per share of less than $1, big moves occur relatively often.

Currently, DIRI has a Bowser Rating of 8, which puts the company in Category 2. At this low price, it might be considering adding a DIRI position. However, the company’s financials have been less consistent recently. So, approach this one as a more speculative buy.

On average volume, IFON made a large move today, especially towards the end of the day. The stock has been trending down since its most recent quarterly report caused a spike in price per share.

That quarterly report moved IFON from Category 3 to Category 1 with a Bowser Rating of 10. The company has established a trend of good earnings reports, followed by an off quarter. Then, the company recovers and the stock soars. That sequence has happened twice now since we’ve recommended IFON.

Picking up shares at lower prices levels while the company has a high rating is a good idea. If an off quarter arises, there is a floor. If more solid quarters come, sky is the limit.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Targeting Significant Market Growth with Investment in Distribution and Marketing Infrastructure

December 28, 2015

Anatole France, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1921, famously said, “Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” We know how true that is, because we do love our animals. In Pet Population & Ownership Trends (November 2014), the market research company Packaged Facts reported that about 55% of the U.S. adult population (133 million people) has at least one pet. Dogs are our favorites. There are 45 million households with man’s best friend. Another 30 million or so of us own (or are owned by) a cat. Then, there are the almost 7 million who love fish and the 4 million who fly with the birds and even some 3.5 million who own a reptile.

The American Pet Products Association (APPA) estimates that U.S. pet industry spending will be about $60.59 billion this year. Most of this, some $23.04 billion, will go toward food, of course. The vet will get about one-quarter of that, or $15.73 billion. Another $14.39 billion will go for over-the-counter medicines and supplies. Keeping our pets in a safe place while we go away and grooming services will cost us another $5.24 billion, and getting new pets will involve an investment of $2.19 billion. The industry has grown at an annually compounded rate of 4.6% over the past five years, from $48.35 billion at the end of 2010 to the 2015 estimate of $60.59 billion.

There are a number of factors underpinning this market expansion. First, the industry has been successful in emphasizing the bond we have with our pets. The typical American regards his dog or cat as a member of the family. This has driven sales of top-end products. Second, many upper-income households spend heavily on pet care products, such as toys and other devices that cater to their pet’s mental well-being. Third, the participation of upper-income households in the market has spurred the development of the pet specialty channel, which caters to more esoteric products. Finally, the recognition that pets, like us, need specialized health care has given rise to a burgeoning market.

Despite favorable market conditions, opportunities to invest in this lucrative industry are limited. Most companies in pet care and supplies, save a few, are private. Apart from the big dogs like PetSmart, Inc (NASDAQ: PETM) and Central Garden & Pet (NASDAQ: CENT), there’s very little else on the big exchanges.

There is, however, an oasis in this desert of investment opportunities. OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) has been growing much faster than the industry. Since 2010, it has recorded a compound annual growth rate of about 6%. In 2011, it initiated a two-pronged branding strategy. The OurPets brand is aimed at the pet aficionado, while the Pet Zone brand is designed for the mass market. This strategy has, undoubtedly, paid off.

The management team is ambitious. In a recent interview, they confessed their objective to double the size of the company. As part of that initiative, they are investing heavily in distribution and marketing infrastructure. Also, they plan to make the waste and odor category a more significant part of OPCO’s business. Spearheading this thrust is the Smart Scoop product line. OPCO’s strategic business plan calls for annual year over year sales growth of 20% with targeted net income as a percentage of sales in the 10% – 12% range. Looks like the guys at OPCO plan to make investors purr.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ourpets.com

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Edges Ever Closer to First Real Therapeutic Solution for Halting & Even Reversing Parkinson’s

With the recent announcement from Australia’s version of the FDA, the Therapeutic Goods Administration, that pluripotent stem cell manufacturing innovator International Stem Cell Corp. (OTCQB: ISCO) has been cleared to start Phase I/IIa dose escalation clinical trials focused on the safety and efficacy of its human parthenogenetic neural stem cells (ISC-hpNSCs), the company has taken another major step toward a real therapeutic solution to Parkinson’s disease. An incurable condition that primarily affects the planet’s growing elderly population, Parkinson’s currently afflicts well over 10 million people worldwide and represents a therapeutics market somewhere in the neighborhood of $2.6 billion.

However, while the sale of extant therapeutics will continue to be dominated by mere dopamine agonists and an increasing use of MAO-B inhibitors (historically used to treat depression), such treatments are palliative at best, and sales will be substantially impacted by the rapid proliferation of generics. Even the newer agents coming down the industry’s pipeline through to 2020, such as a reformulated levodopa from Impax Laboratories (NASDAQ: IPXL) and GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE: GSK), or the MAO-B inhibitor safinamide being developed by Merck (NYSE: MRK), Newron (OTC: NWPHF) and EMD Serono, will be forced to compete with generics.

ISCO, on the other hand, has the inside track in this market with an injectable cellular therapy that is potentially capable of actually replacing dead and dying neurons in the midbrain, while directly offsetting Parkinson’s symptoms. This solution also offers substantial protection to surviving neurons, shielding them from further deterioration. Considerable pre-clinical animal model testing has already shown extremely promising results and the progress ISCO is set to make via the Phase I/IIa clinical trial in humans could propel the company to stardom as the first to develop an actual solution for Parkinson’s sufferers.

This same technology, because it employs high purity functional adult human cells that have been created from unfertilized donor eggs at the company’s state-of-the-art Oceanside, California, facility using an ethical, patented chemical differentiation process, could also evolve into frontline treatments for other CNS (central nervous system) maladies such as Alzheimer’s and stroke. The FDA’s recent IND approval of Stemedica’s allogeneic (same species but genetically dissimilar and generally immunologically incompatible) stem-cell therapy for a Phase IIa clinical study in Alzheimer’s at UC San Diego shows how much potential there is for this kind of technology, and how receptive the FDA has become to stem cell technology.

ISCO’s ability to manufacture commercial-scale batches of both precisely human leukocyte antigen-matched (HLA) and therefore histocompatible human parthenogenetic stem cell lines, as well as HLA-homozygous lines that are suitable for significant segments of the overall population, gives the company a real edge here as well. Stemedica’s allogeneic stem cells, for instance and by contrast, are cultivated from donor tissues, not differentiated from unfertilized eggs. Thus, ISCO’s technology is quite remarkable, because it substantially overcomes one of the main challenges facing stem cell therapeutics as a viable solution to numerous diseases; namely, cell rejection by the patient’s immune system.

International Stem Cell Corporation could be first to market a treatment actually capable of halting the progression of Parkinson’s disease in its tracks, or even reversing the impact of the disease. Results from the company’s landmark human clinical trial should start to become available in the coming months and investors should keep a close eye on ISCO for breaking news.

For more information, visit www.internationalstemcell.com

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Freedom Leaf, Inc. (FRLF) is Designed Around Growth Vision of Founders

Freedom Leaf, a leading marketing and business resource for the cannabis, industrial hemp, and medical marijuana industries, has its roots in the vision of its founders, representing decades of experience in the marijuana legalization movement. The company does not handle, grow, sell, or dispense marijuana or related products, but rather is a movement marketing company bringing together a fast-growing industry and the public. It does this through a variety of media resources, providing news and industry information, while offering a range of business services, including marketing, advertising, and consulting, to help the many young companies in the industry develop.

In addition to Freedom Leaf’s popular Freedom Leaf magazine, now available in 32 states, the company is also growing on the Internet, with a number of current and developing online sites, all designed to help educate, advocate, and assist in the burgeoning industry:

• FreedomLeaf.com
• MarijuanaNews.com
• LadyCannabis.com
• Cannabis Business University
• CannabisSeminars.com
• CampusCannabisDebate.com
• CannaSpa.com
• Vegasterdam.com

According to the company, Freedom Leaf’s three essential areas of operation are:

1) Licensing of brands, in which licensees can market and sell Freedom Leaf magazine, website advertising, products, services, seminars, musical festivals, and other branded products
2) Acquiring and incubating new and existing businesses entering into the cannabis/hemp industry – ultimately purposed for spin-off
3) Entering into branding, marketing, and promotion contracts, with both profit and non-profit organizations, for which Freedom Leaf has extensive and far-reaching promotional capabilities

In the words of the Freedom Leaf founders:

Richard Cowan (Founder) – “Freedom Leaf, the Marijuana Legalization Company, is focused on ending marijuana prohibition. But this is also an experiment in a new form of social – not just political – activism. We are combining the motivation of entrepreneurial spirit with a devotion to personal liberty. You can’t get more American than that!”

Clifford Perry (CEO, President, Co-Founder) – “The Freedom Leaf vision is to build brands associated with the legalization of marijuana. We are growing a marketing network from the roots up. Our goal is to support the movement. We are focused on advocacy and publishing stories that promote legalization, while appealing to the broader, non-consuming population at the same time.”

For more information, visit http://freedomleaf.com

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Promoting Tech of the Future

December 23, 2015

Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) is preparing people for a new age of digital living. The company, which invests in technological tools that enable and expedite commerce, is focused on elevating its customers’ – and partners’ – experience with multichannel payments, digital commerce and predictive analytics. By concentrating on improving efficiency, the company is pushing to become a leading global provider in these industries.

As an enterprise accelerator company, Alternet maintains a vigilant eye on the fast growth markets that surround newly-adapted Internet technologies and platforms, such as Internet and mobile commerce, digital currency and cyber-security products and services. Once it spies a high growth opportunity in these markets, the company and its subsidiaries pursue and aim to convert them into income streams.

One key initiative that Alternet has been pursuing and developing is a plan to offer multi-channel payment solutions, as well as Near Field Communication (NFC) point of sale solutions, electronic point of sale modernization and financial services software for the mobile finance and payment processing industry.

This past August, the company achieved a milestone in the multi-channel payment space. Alternet Payment Solutions, a subsidiary of Alternet Systems, joined forces with MUXI to provide U.S. payment processors and independent sales organizations with a flexible, maintained multi-channel point-of-sale payment processing solution. With a prospective market reach that includes over 20 million merchants in the U.S., this is a potentially disruptive offering in the nation’s omni-channel payment processing space and one that is in high demand from small- and medium-sized enterprises who appreciate the affordability of mobile point of sale terminals, as compared to fixed point of sale terminals.

For MUXI, a subsidiary of APPI Group, Alternet makes a formidable partner as it embarks on a run to expand globally. The affiliation with Alternet will enable MUXI to stretch its sales and support presence within the U.S. while relying on the Alternet management team’s century worth of experience and understanding of the payments market.

How does the MUXI technology work? The company’s solution offers customers a point of sale admin platform that gives them complete control over their network and assets, and by complete control, the MUXI means complete control. The platform runs independently of point of sale manufacturers. At the same time, it enables remote and improved application updates across all point of sale platforms. In fact, applications within the platform extend the functions of the point of sale foundation across mobile devices (e.g. smartphones and tablets).

For more information, visit www.alternetsystems.com

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) to Conduct Clinical Trial with One of the World’s Leading Brain Research Centers

International Stem Cell Corp., a clinical stage biotech company developing novel stem cell-based therapies, has signed a master clinical research agreement with the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health to conduct phase I/IIa clinical trial, dose escalation trial of human parthenogenetic stem cells-derived neural stem cells (ISC-hpNSC) in Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients. ISCO said it expects to enroll all patients into the clinical trial in the first quarter of 2016, with interim results available in October.

ISCO is well-paired with the Florey Institute, which is staffed with the largest neuroscience research team in Australia and ranked as one of the world’s leading brain research centers. Also participating in the clinical study is Dr. Andrew Evans, M.D., director of the Movement Disorders Service at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, who will be the study’s principal investigator. Dr. Evans heads numerous clinical research trials, and has extensively published on PD, particularly addressing symptoms that impact on the quality of life of sufferers. He is also a member of the Melbourne Health Ethics Committee.

“We recently received authorization to initiate phase I/IIa and now we are moving forward towards formal engagement of the clinical site to conduct this study. We are excited to work together with the Florey to conduct the clinical trials of ISC-hpNSC at the Royal Melbourne Hospital,” Russell Kern, PhD, executive vice president and chief scientific officer of ISCO, stated in the news release.

ISC-hpNSC consists of a highly pure population of neural stem cells derived from human parthenogenetic stem cells. Preclinical studies in rodents and non-human primates have shown improvement in PD symptoms and increase in brain dopamine levels following the intracranial administration of ISC-hpNSC. ISC-hpNSC are safe, well-tolerated and do not cause adverse events such as dyskinesia, systemic toxicity or tumors in preclinical models.

ISCO is also exploring ISC-hpNSC’s potential in broad therapeutic applications for many neurological diseases affecting the brain, the spinal cord and the eye.

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Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (AVDX) Leading the Next Advance in the ‘War on Cancer’ through the Development of OvaDx®

The American Cancer Society estimates that about 21,290 new cases of ovarian cancer will be diagnosed in 2015, and roughly 14,180 women will die from the illness within the United States. These figures outline the severity of ovarian cancer, which is currently the eighth most common cancer among women, as well as the fifth leading cause of cancer-related death among women, according to data from SEER. Over the past forty years, mortality rates for ovarian cancer have recorded a mild decline as a result of the ongoing ‘War on Cancer’, but these improvements pale in comparison to the progress made on some other forms of the disease. Today, nearly half of all cancer patients can expect to live for five or more years after diagnosis with proper treatment.

With this data in mind, the question regarding ovarian cancer becomes clear: Why hasn’t more progress been made toward improving survivability? To understand the answer to this question, one needs to take a closer look at the illness.

Ovarian cancer begins when healthy cells in an ovary mutate and begin to grow uncontrollably, forming a mass known as a tumor. Tumors come in two basic forms – cancerous and benign. While benign tumors can cause problems by continuing to grow, cancerous tumors are, by far, the more dangerous form. Cancerous tumors on the ovaries are malignant, meaning they can continue to grow and spread to other parts of the body. For this reason, catching the disease in its early stages is paramount to improving survivability rates.

When diagnosed early, ovarian cancer is actually an extremely survivable disease. According to data from the American Cancer Society, individuals with ovarian cancer that’s diagnosed in stage I boast a five-year survivability rate of approximately 90 percent. However, this outlook is significantly worse when the illness isn’t discovered until the later stages. In stage II, the five-year survivability rate for invasive epithelial ovarian cancer, which accounts for roughly 85 percent of all cancers of the ovaries, falls to 70 percent. In stage III, survivability is just 39 percent.

With the importance of early detection clearly illustrated, a massively underserved indication within the diagnostic market becomes evident. The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition reports that almost 70 percent of women diagnosed with the common epithelial ovarian cancer are not diagnosed until the disease is advanced in stage.

Current ovarian cancer detection methods are hampered by a variety of factors. The simplest check, a pelvic exam, consists of a health care professional feeling the ovaries and uterus for size, shape and consistency. While these tests are relatively effective for some reproductive system cancers, most early ovarian tumors are difficult or impossible for even the most skilled examiner to feel. Screening tests and exams are also used for detection in people who don’t display any symptoms. However, both transvaginal ultrasound (TVUS) and the CA-125 blood test have drawbacks.

In the case of TVUS, sound waves are used to study the reproductive system. These waves can help physicians locate tumors on the ovaries, but they doesn’t help determine if the mass is cancerous or benign. The CA-125 blood test, on the other hand, checks the patient’s blood for high levels of the CA-125 protein, which is commonly associated with ovarian cancer. The effectiveness of this test is also hindered, because many common conditions other than cancer can cause high levels of CA-125.

Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (OTCQB: AVDX) is developing a novel approach to ovarian cancer screening that has the potential to fill this underserved need in the medical community. 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. In clinical research, OvaDX has displayed high sensitivity and specificity for all types and stages of ovarian cancer – including stage IA-IV borderline serous, clear cell, endometrioid, mixed epithelial, mucinous, serous and ovarian adenocarcinoma. Following FDA approval, Avant plans to market OvaDx to doctors as a supplement to existing tests for women seeking greater wellness, as well as those in the elevated risk category for ovarian cancer.

As of its latest update, Avant had received FDA approval for ovarian cancer specimens to be used in a forthcoming validation study to support a pre-submission package to the FDA. After this package is submitted and reviewed, the company will look to commence the OvaDx 510(k) trial, which it plans to conduct in a double-blinded environment supervised by an independent clinical research organization.

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert December 22, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Repro-Med Systems (REPR), which gained more than 10% today, and Spar Group (SGRP), which fell more than 10% today

REPR moved more than 10% on very light volume compared to its three month average. Therefore, this move may not sustain.

In any case, REPR is one of our highest rated companies, with a Bowser Rating of 10, earning a spot in Category 1. The company’s most recent quarter included a 26% year-over-year increase in sales, and a 65% increase in net income over the same period.

With it’s high Bowser Rating, you might consider adding REPR to your portfolio. However, keep in mind that the company is not known to move too well. So at $0.38, the downside is a bit greater than the upside based on historical price movement.

SGRP is not a stranger to volatile moves, trading an average of just 4,228 shares per day over the past three months. Today’s move comes on over four times that volume with no news. The stock fell more as the day progressed.

Currently, with a Bowser Rating of 7, SGRP is in Category 3. The most recent quarter continued the company’s trend of declining financials, with a 9% decrease in sales and an 81% decrease in earnings.

No new positions in SGRP are suggested at this time due to the company’s low Bowser Rating as a result of its poor financials. Investors currently holding SGRP should continue to follow the Game Plan with regard to selling.

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Cherubim Interests (CHIT) Alternative Investment Opportunities Showing Growth Signs in Multiple Areas

December 22, 2015

Cherubim Interests, Inc. (OTC: CHIT) is an investment company with its energy and resources centered on single and multi-family dwellings for purchase. The company also targets undervalued commercial assets. Cherubim’s business model is geared toward becoming a leader in property management, alternative construction, multifamily real estate, and investment opportunities. A trademark of the company is its hands-on involvement with each project from start to finish, addressing general management, acquisitions and construction. Company initiatives promote safer living and enhanced lifestyles that drive maximized shareholder value for its investors.

In a recent adjunct move to facilitate its growth plans, Cherubim signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with United Cannabis Corp. (OTCQB: CNAB) to supply, deploy and provide the technical means to cultivate cannabis.

“This industry is moving very rapidly,” stated Patrick J. Johnson, CEO of Cherubim Interests, Inc., in a recent news release. “As we see the front of legalization push across states and even into the platforms of the next presidential election, companies are scrambling to catch up. The market is there, the demand is high, but the supply from legal cultivators is low. Cherubim Interests and BudCube are uniquely positioned at this perfect apex of an emerging, billion dollar market; we are positioning ourselves to meet the impending demand by supplying the facility necessary to bring existing as well as start-up companies into full scale production in a matter of months.”

Cherubim will own, manage and develop new properties while BudCube will oversee the technology and cannabis cultivation system application. Both companies will partner to deliver single and multi-tenant solutions for prospective cannabis growers. This strategy is expected to deliver handsome financial growth numbers for both companies.

Cherubim is led by a group of highly experienced directors and a management team with expertise in a variety of disciplines ranging from property management and construction to finance. CHIT is determined to fulfill its vision of becoming a leader in the fields of alternative construction, multi-family real estate development, property management, and investment.

For more information, visit www.cherubiminterests.com

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Legacy Ventures International, Inc. (LGYV): Boxed Water Will Replace Bottled Water

Environmental awareness, recycling, saving the rain forests, reducing carbon emissions and lowering carbon footprints are all much needed practices for running a business in the 21st century. Contradictory to so many popular science fiction blockbusters, there is only one planet that we can call home, so it is refreshing to see more and more people and businesses implementing environmentally friendly operations into their business strategies. Legacy Ventures International, Inc. (OTCQB: LGYV) spearheads this effort with its Boxed Water product.

Since ‘Being Green’ is in and a recent climate agreement in Paris was reached, Legacy Ventures is in a prime position for growth with its Boxed Water product. Boxed Water provides an alternative sustainable package for water consumption, as it is packaged in a 100 percent recyclable carton and not a plastic bottle. In shipping alone, Boxed Water significantly lowers the carbon footprint of traditional portable water solutions. One truckload of Boxed Water cartons is equivalent to twenty-six truckloads of plastic bottles. Boxed Water supports world water relief, reforestation, and environmental protection projects.

Political changes like the agreements reached at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris are springboards for companies to alter and change the way they do business in order to comply with upcoming requirements and legislation. Legacy Ventures had the foresight to position itself to capitalize on this evolving landscape with a game-changing product like Boxed Water.

‘Waste not, want not’ should be one of the slogans for Boxed Water. Making bottles to meet America’s demand for bottled water uses more than seventeen million barrels of oil annually, enough to fuel 1.3 million cars for a year. Americans used about fifty billion plastic water bottles last year. However, the U.S.’s rate for recycling plastic is only 23 percent, which means 38 billion water bottles – more than $1 billion worth of plastic – are wasted each year, according to a ban the bottle website.

Boxed Water is the future, and Legacy Ventures is positioned for serious growth, especially, considering recent developments around the globe.

For more information, visit www.legacyventuresinc.com

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Dominovas Energy Corporation (DNRG) Surges Forward with Clean Electricity Solution to Power the World

In a world where alternative energy trends are increasingly becoming essential, Dominovas Energy Corporation (OTCQB: DNRG) seeks to lead the way with its clean electricity technology. The company focuses its innovative endeavors on providing green electricity to areas all over the world while promising low-costs and high-output.

Dominovas Energy uses solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology as the core of its proprietary RUBICON™ system. SOFCs have a minimal environmental impact because they generate electricity without harmful emissions while keeping production costs down.

Using this technology, RUBICON™ converts practically any hydrocarbon fuel into usable, clean electricity, resulting in a more efficient, and environmentally friendly operational system, when compared to standard power productions. This innovative fuel cell system emits heat when generated and allows any excess to be used for heating water, producing steam, supporting cooling systems, and any other additional energy uses. All the while, the RUBICON™ produces less greenhouse gas pollutants, which can damage the environment.

Dominovas Energy can also place its power generating fuel cell systems in immediate proximity to the end user to ensure lower operational costs by avoiding costly infrastructure, transmission line maintenance, vandalism and sabotage, and unrecoverable transmission degradation and other typical challenges. The company has also built-in the ability to remotely monitor its system and promises 100% reliability of the energy produced. The company will have the capability to identify and correct systems errors long before clients realize there is any complication, and, because the systems are modular, the entire megawatt complex does not have to be shut down, which means the client never loses power. This monitoring system uses a customized 5G wireless transmission that trumps the average 3G and 4G speeds.

Led by scientist and engineer, Dr. Shamiul Islam, the company says its RUBICON™ fuel system technology is “quickly becoming the ‘Platinum Standard’ by which all other fuel technologies are measured.”

Dominovas Energy believes in creating alternative green energy solutions that are cost effective and highly efficient. The company’s proprietary RUBICON™ system exemplifies these goals by demonstrating its value as a superior-grade product that keeps clients confident that their green energy is of the highest quality.

For more information, visit www.dominovasenergy.com

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Latitude 360 (LATX) Mega Venue Model Winning Over Consumers with Luxury Dine-In Movies, Live Entertainment, Fantasy Sports Betting

There are more choices available today than ever before for consumers who want to enjoy a night out, either with their friends and colleagues or their families. One might even say there are too many options competing for consumer’s entertainment dollar, making the very task of selecting a venue something that routinely becomes an open debate, as a given party’s tastes and interests all jockey for position. Hence a continuing trend within the industry toward consolidating more options into a single location.

One of the segments of the market where this is especially clear is at the box office, which saw slight declines in ticket sales last year to around $10.4 billion in North America and $36.4 billion worldwide, according to the MPAA, as pressure from streaming sources like Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) Video continue to mount. This trend has meant big business for innovative private companies like Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas, one of the first movers when it comes to dine-in theaters combining more comfortable seating with casual dining and alcoholic beverage choices in order to win over increasingly difficult to court movie goers.

The sector’s largest players, such as AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE: AMC), are also gravitating more and more in this direction, with an increasingly prominent bottom line component that consists of dine-in theaters. This move has been tracked closely and emulated by other motion picture exhibitors such as Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE: RGC) and more globally-focused players like Cinemark (NYSE: CNK), which recently opened a new 14-screen theatre in Roanoke, Texas, based on its NextGen cinema design concept, featuring luxury recliners and a larger menu, including a full selection of alcoholic beverages. A recent survey by RBC indicates that nearly half of all respondents do not have a favorite theater chain, but the overwhelming majority did express a desire to patronize locations that featured upgraded seating and concession options, as well as those venues which offered alternative content. To wit, 24 percent of respondents in the RBC survey cited AMC by name, likely due to its continuing emphasis on improving the overall customer experience by offering precisely such expanded offerings.

But why stop at dinner and a movie? Still quite rare, but increasingly prominent up-and-comers such as award-winning pioneer Latitude 360 (OTC: LATX) have already jumped ahead a page. Latitude 360 fuses together just about every option consumers have to choose from into a winning package that elegantly combines diverse entertainment options under a single roof. Sure, consumers can enjoy an exceptional meal and drinks off of a giant menu, alongside a Hollywood blockbuster displayed on a 25 by 11 foot screen backed up by over 10,000 watts of thumping DTS™ digital surround sound at a luxurious, yet intimate, dine-in Cinegrille® cinema at one of Latitude 360’s growing footprint of 35,000 to 85,000 square foot locations – but they can also take in the numerous other entertainment options as well. Options ranging from a full sports bar with HD screens and a separate sports theatre, to Las Vegas-style live entertainment such as music and comedy, as well as dancing, premium bowling, a game arcade, and even a luxury cigar lounge.

This mega fusion of entertainment venue options, which the company touts as the “360 Experience,” takes brilliant advantage of economies of scale, while also offering consumers the most compelling entertainment one-stop-shop available anywhere. No longer must families or coworkers argue over where to go for lunch, or for dinner and a movie, so long as there is a Latitude 360 in their town. The company has even been breaking new ground in terms of the options available, with recent additions such as a cutting edge real money fantasy sports gaming platform called 360 Fantasy Live, which gives guests the ability to participate in daily contests while watching the game on massive HD screens in comfort. This one option is a huge advantage for LATX, given that there are now nearly 52 million players in North America alone, according to 2015 data from the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, and daily fantasy sports games will generate some $2.6 billion in entry fees this year, with the market growing at a rate of 41 percent per annum through 2020 to over $14.4 billion (Eilers Research).

Tack on how LATX has recently embraced an on-premise integration of a branded ordering and payment app via partnership with mobile payments solution provider MyCheck, and it becomes readily apparent how this incredibly investor-accessible company with five locations throughout the U.S. is laser-focused on maximizing the customer experience. Set to debut in the coming months, the branded app will not only revolutionize the customer experience by allowing guests to easily order/reorder from the menu, it will also allow them to review and split the bill amongst friends from their smartphone(s), subsequently giving them access to such emerging payment methods as Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) Apple Pay – the app will also provide LATX’s business model with overhead shearing benefits.

Latitude 360 is clearly ahead of the curve when it comes to the entertainment venue market, fully answering questions that many consumers have not yet even begun to ask, but one of the driving reasons behind the success of the company’s upscale multi-dimensional entertainment eateries is an overarching commitment to top shelf customer service. The company’s highly trained and attentive staff will have their jobs made easier by the addition of the new branded app, opening doors to enhanced service capabilities in other areas, likely leading to an even stronger rapport with local markets, such as those surrounding existing Latitude 360 locations in Jacksonville, Pittsburgh and Indianapolis, as well as its newly acquired locations in Syracuse, and Bethlehem, PA. The company has also signed a deal with established restaurant and hospitality group, Al Sedriyah, opening up the Latitude 360 brand for franchise locations in Qatar and Saudi Arabia, showing that this business model not only has universal appeal, but that management has no intentions of slowing down.

For more information on the company visit www.latitude360.com

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert December 21, 2015

December 21, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Dynasil Corp. of America (DYSL), which fell more than 10% today.

DYSL fell on heavy volume today with no news. This drop may be related to the company’s annual report, which it released last Thursday.

The report featured a 4% reduction in revenues; “approximately $0.8 million of the decrease is a result of the sale of the lead paint and gamma medical probe businesses in the first quarter of 2014.” It also showed a $353,000 annual loss, compared to a $2 million annual profit last year.

It remains yet to be seen how this latest report will affect the company’s Bowser Rating, but that will be determined before the next weekly update (which comes out this upcoming Sunday). In the December 2015 newsletter, DYSL was in Category 2 with a Bowser Rating of 8.

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GTX Corp. (GTXO) Gives Peace of Mind to Alertag Wearers and Family Members in Case of a Medical Emergency

GTX Corp. (OTC: GTXO) provides GPS, cellular, and BLE solutions through wearable technology. The company believes in giving the global community tracking technology that empowers families and businesses to locate anyone they need. Not only does GTX Corp. deliver GPS solutions, it also markets a simpler, yet lifesaving product called Code Amber Alertag. This is a small tag that attaches to keychains and gives access to the wearer’s medical information in case of an emergency.

First responders are trained to look for the medical information of injured individuals upon arriving at the scene. Unfortunately, this important information is rarely found, which leads many people to suffer from preventable medical errors, the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. Fortunately, Alertag provides EMTs with a special code that can be entered into the IDAmber.com website in order to retrieve any medical information on allergies or pre-existing conditions that could help during an emergency.

Code Amber Alertag also offers multiple tiers of privacy protection for wearers. First, the security code on the back of the tag only gives public access to medical information such as allergies and chronic conditions. For a full medical history, a special key code is required that should be given to the wearer’s emergency contacts. The wearer also has a password to log in and edit any of this information. Alertag wearers can include any information they want when signing up, such as photos, documents, and contact information.

Interestingly, one out of four people have medical conditions that could complicate emergency treatments. Having this information on hand gives first responders the ability to quickly assess the situation and determine a proper treatment. Holding this product also helps when friends and family are too overwhelmed to recall pertinent health information during an emergency. Similarly, if an injured person is found alone, he/she may not be able to communicate these details.

GTX Corp. aims to cut down on the number of medical errors through its Code Amber Alertag, which can help children, adults, seniors, workers, and even animals.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Represents a Model for Growth in Sales and Earnings

Small Cap companies represent unique and advantageous opportunities to get in on the ground floor of a company before it turns into the next Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) or Facebook (NASDAQ: FB). With a very small investment during the early growth stages, the return can be life changing. The trick is doing your due diligence and pulling the trigger on winners. Keys to look for are always fundamentals, sales growth and an increase in earnings. OurPet’s Company (OTC: OPCO) has all of the above and has been around since 1995.

In its first year of operation, OurPet’s reported annual sales of $150,000, more than tripled that number the next year to $500,000 and now boasts more than $25 million in annual sales. The company is also profitable and has shown growth in that area as well since 2011. Over that time period, OurPet’s earnings have grown from $120,674 to $1.1 million.

The pet products and services industry, where the company operates, was valued at $71.3 billion in 2013 and is expected to grow even more in the coming years. The company has more than 250 distribution customers, including household names like Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT), PetSmart (NASDAQ: PETM), Petco and Kroger (NYSE: KR). Relationships like these are essential to sustaining and topping sales and earnings targets in the future.

Innovative and consistent product developments are very important, as well, particularly for companies in the pet products industry. Keeping things fresh and up to date for the ever-changing needs of the consumer is evident with OurPet’s business strategy, as they have about 30 new products in the mill for release during 2016 and beyond.

Consistency and innovation define the OurPet’s brand. Now that its brand is established, it is the company’s mission to gradually increase market share both domestic and internationally. With relationships already in place with world leaders like Wal-Mart, it’s only a matter of time before OurPet’s Company becomes a household name.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ourpets.com

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How Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Excels at “Made in the USA” Manufacturing

Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTC: OGES) is in the business of using top-of-the-line technology to manufacture highly innovative energy storage solutions across the United States. As a ‘Made in the USA’ manufacturing company, OGES’s strategy of execution is as simple as it is effective: develop, manufacture and sell products.

The company’s products include lithium-ion large format prismatic cells, small format prismatic cells, and battery modules, which are distributed through a highly focused business development and sales team. The company’s innovative ‘Made in the USA’ product line, comprised of multiple lithium-ion chemistries, technologies and form factors (or shapes) that address multiple high-demand target markets, is a stand-out offering in the manufacturing business that leads the onshoring movement of bringing jobs and manufacturing back to the USA.

Manufacturing products of this caliber calls for an equally high level of manufacturing capacity and sophistication. Through the majority ownership of Oakridge by Precept Fund Management SPC, Oakridge CEO Steve Barber funded the creation of a full-scale manufacturing facility for Oakridge, a significant upgrade from the company’s previous 12,500-square-foot-facility.

In October, Oakridge unveiled the new, 68,718-square-foot facility in Brevard County, Florida, in Melbourne and Palm Bay. The sprawling plant houses Oakridge’s corporate offices and manufacturing plant, and it is part of the company’s ongoing $270 million investment in corporate growth, which also includes the planned purchase of a significant amount of additional manufacturing equipment, as well as continued product development and innovation.

Precept’s investment in Oakridge’s facility has already triggered a positive effect, contributing to the company’s third-quarter results (total assets exceeded $76.0 million while liabilities were reported at slightly more than $2.75 million).

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

Over the next 18 months, Oakridge has outlined plans to continue to strengthen its balance sheet and ramp-up and install more than 2.6 gigawatt-hours of production capacity. The focus of the ramp-up and installation will be on manufacturing electrodes, cells and batteries in the company’s new facility.

For more information, visit www.oakg.net

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Positioning Itself for National Expansion in 2016

December 18, 2015

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For months, Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTC: GIGL) has been making moves to better position itself for financial growth. Leveraging the marketability of its innovative family-friendly restaurant and play center concept, the company has garnered interest from both mall owners and franchisees regarding both national and international expansion. In October, GIGL gave the investment community some insight into this interest when it announced that Westfield Corp. (OTC: WEFIF), one of the world’s leading shopping center operators, had reached out to the company about expanding upon their current partnership. According to Joey Parsi, founder and chief executive officer of GIGL, interest from Westfield may be just the tip of the iceberg.

“With the unbelievable management team we now have in place, and having one of the most unique concepts in the restaurant industry, as well as the deals and opportunities we are getting from Westfield and all the other major mall owners, we are ready to explode onto the national scene first with multiple locations in some of the best properties in the country and ultimately around the world,” Parsi stated in a news release.

Currently, GIGL owns and operates three locations in the Greater Los Angeles area, including two locations in Westfield malls, but the company has recently turned much of its attention toward expanding its footprint around the country, especially along the West Coast. Earlier this month, GIGL took a major step toward turning that goal into a reality when it signed an agreement with New York-based Chardan Capital Markets, LLC. Under the terms of this agreement, the boutique investment bank will introduce GIGL to potential investors and business partners, advise and assist management in preparing for presentations to financial sources and perform a wide variety of financial advisory services.

This partnership is particularly interesting for GIGL’s prospective shareholders, because Chardan specializes in providing a range of investment services to micro-cap emerging growth companies. The bank has become a leader in the securement of capital solutions for these companies, raising in excess of $13 billion through more than 250 transactions.

“As we continue to grow and expand our reach in markets throughout the country and the world, we look forward to working with Chardan to assist in taking our company to the next level,” continued Parsi.

With a proven concept, mounting interest from some of the world’s largest mall operators and a partnership with one of the country’s most successful investment banks focused on servicing micro-cap companies, GIGL could be on the cusp of a period of considerable growth. As the company seeks to begin taking the necessary steps to uplist to a national exchange during 2016, GIGL is emerging as one of the hospitality sector’s most intriguing investment options.

For more information, please visit www.gigglesnhugs.com

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