Monthly Archives: February 2016

Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Announces Release of Enhanced FRAME Social Media Management Software for Business Use

February 29, 2016

Earlier today, Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, unveiled new enhancements to its FRAME social media management software designed to optimize its functionality for businesses, public relations firms and investor relations agencies. FRAME allows users to employ a single dashboard to publish brand-relevant messages and updates across a wide variety of social media platforms, effectively enabling businesses to create and maintain marketing and outreach campaigns more efficiently than ever before. Following today’s update, FRAME also features several advanced functions – including engagement and customer care tools, measurement of campaign success via social media performance and comprehensive reporting, which offers insight into how often posted content is shared and mentioned across social media platforms.

“The concept of a built-in analytics system with the option to schedule posts is not new,” Dan Terziev, chief executive officer of Geegle Media, stated in today’s news release. “What IS new is our concept of delivering this platform without the usual problems associated with competitor systems. A truly user-friendly social media management and engagement tool has yet to be built, and Geegle Media sees the opportunity and capability to deliver on this need.”

FRAME is available on Android and iOS devices, as well as desktop computers, and is already integrated with a wide selection of leading social networks, including Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and Instagram. Agora is also exploring development to integrate additional platforms, such as LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD), Google+ (NASDAQ: GOOG), YouTube and Tumblr (NASDAQ: YHOO), in the coming months. According to data from Pew Research Center (, this collection of networks gives FRAME users near comprehensive access to the roughly 74 percent of online adults who use social networking sites. As of September 2014, approximately 71 percent of those individuals used Facebook, 23 percent used Twitter and 26 percent used Instagram.

According to a report by leading market research firm MarketsandMarkets (, the global social media analytics market is set to grow from about $1.6 billion in 2015 to roughly $5.4 billion by 2020, achieving a compound annual growth rate of 27.6 percent. As social media analytics continue to take center stage for marketers in a wide variety of industries, the newly enhanced FRAME social media management platform is specially designed to contribute to participating organizations’ bottom lines, allowing them to save time and money by releasing content in a manner suited for specific strategic objectives. Look for Agora to benefit from its foothold in this expansive market as it continues to pursue sustainable growth in the months to come.

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FlexWeek, Inc. (FXWK): Hilton Spinoff Could Bode Well for FlexWeek’s Business Model


A spinoff can more often than not unlock a dormant business segment and provide opportunities for that business segment to grow and prosper without all the ‘red tape’ associated with being under a convoluted, corporate umbrella. Recently, Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. (NYSE: HLT) said it will spin off its lodging properties and timeshare business into separate publicly traded companies in a bid to boost shareholder value as the world’s largest hotel operator faces increased competition. Companies like FlexWeek, Inc. (OTC: FXWK) can benefit greatly from a move like this for several reasons: this will allow them to deal with the ‘Hilton Timeshare Company’ directly; the shear number of timeshares available from ‘Hilton Timeshare Company’ will be staggering; and public relations for the timeshare industry as a whole will benefit from the large marketing budget ‘Hilton Timeshare Company’ will surely possess.

Hilton’s timeshare spinoff will include about 50 properties in the U.S. and Europe. Hilton plans to keep the management of its timeshare business, Hilton Grand Vacations, in place. David Loeb, an analyst at Robert W. Baird & Co., estimates the timeshare company would be valued at about $2.1 billion.

Hilton is facing increased competition from traditional rivals and startups such as AirBNB. FlexWeek’s peer-to-peer (P2P) website and mobile application are similar to AirBNB’s $20 billion approach to the travel industry, but they create the first and only P2P marketplace exclusive to fractional vacation ownerships. FlexWeek differs from the existing model, in which timeshare weeks must be “banked” with a trading company such as Interval International or RCI, and instead charges the booking fees to the renter of the vacation time, eliminating the cost to the private timeshare owner.

Also, FlexWeek helps eliminate costly maintenance charges by allowing a timeshare owner to offer their unused vacation time to the FlexWeek marketplace, so they can recoup some of the maintenance costs or even reap a nice profit. With more de-consolidation, as with Hilton, exciting days of competition and opportunity for FlexWeek and the timeshare industry as a whole are rapidly approaching.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Offers Leap Babies the Perfect Birthday Celebration


Most kids get to celebrate their birthdays every year. However, those born on February 29 only get to celebrate once every four years. The special day is added every few years to keep our calendar aligned with the earth’s revolutions around the sun. The standard calendar has 365 days, but the actual solar year – how long it takes earth to get around the sun – is 365.24219 days (365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes, and 45 seconds). If February 29th, or leap day, wasn’t added, we would lose 6 hours every year. That means that in 100 years, we would lose about 24 days!

Unfortunately, those that are born on leap day only get to see their actual birthday once in a while, with most just celebrating on February 28th or March 1st. Since leap birthdays are so few, they are especially worthy of a fantastic and fun celebration. Fortunately, the successful Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) restaurant can make any “leapling” child’s birthday dreams come true.

The 6,000 square foot restaurant and playspace offers children and parents a fun-filled day at an affordable price. Party packages include fresh, nutritious, and delicious foods like pizzas, Paninis, burgers, pasta, and more. Parents and kids can then choose a fun party theme like superheroes, pirates, mermaids, jungle, cartoons, or their very own special theme. For leap year babies, possible themes can be “Leaps of Fun” where kids can use the many gym toys for physical activity or a “Leapfrog” party where frogs are the main theme. Then, children can experience entertaining activities such as arts and crafts, karaoke, dance parties, face painting, and scavenger hunts to keep them engaged.

The chances of becoming a leap baby are 1 in 1500, making them extra special. Whether they’re celebrating their first birthday or having fun on February 28th, Giggles N’ Hugs can make any kid’s birthday unique and memorable for guests and parents alike.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Announces Record Financial Results for Fourth Quarter 2015

Before the opening bell, OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) announced its financial results for the fourth quarter of 2015, which included record net revenue and net income. In particular, the company achieved a 10 percent year-over-year increase in net income, recording $450,592 for the three-month period. The company’s net income increased roughly 74 percent over the full 12 months of 2015, as compared to the previous year, bolstered by specific management initiatives that resulted in lower fixed costs, product costs and selling, general and administrative expenses. OPCO’s net revenue also rose slightly, as compared to the fourth quarter of 2014, to a record $6,648,394. For the 2015 full-year, the company’s net revenue was up approximately five percent, despite a challenging retail environment and the negative impact of an increasingly strong dollar on international sales throughout the year.

“Our record results for the 2015 fourth quarter and full-year reflect successful execution of our business strategy,” Dr. Steven Tsengas, president and chief executive officer of OPCO, stated in this morning’s news release. “We remain focused on growth initiatives in all three of our key product categories; feeding and storage, toys and accessories, and waste management and odor control.”

OPCO’s financial performance was powered by strong growth in the e-commerce sales channel. Tsengas highlighted a 27 percent year-over-year increase in e-commerce sales for the quarter, solidifying a six percent rise in the vital channel over the entirety of 2015. This growth went hand-in-hand with the company’s implementation of an innovative dual branding strategy, which includes the OurPet’s brand for the pet specialty channel and the Pet Zone brand for the food, drug and mass retail channel. As OPCO continues to introduce exciting new products to its pipeline that leverage cutting-edge technology to better meet the needs of pets and their owners, Tsengas expects the company’s dual brand strategy to continue to flourish.

“There are additional growth opportunities, particularly with the Pet Zone brand where sales were relatively flat compared to the prior year and we have accordingly increased our initiatives in that sales channel,” Tsengas added. “The company’s improved performance in 2015, especially during the second half of the year, combined with our planned product launches and expanded sales force position us well for 2016.”

Moving forward, OPCO will look to build on this momentum as it continues to increase its share of the growing global pet products industry. As part of these efforts, the company is set to unveil a new, first-of-its-kind line of products at the Global Pet Expo in Orlando, Florida, next month. The Global Pet Expo is the industry’s largest trade show, with last year’s event featuring more than 1,050 exhibitors and 3,000 new product launches.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Already Sees the Accelerated Future of Electric Vehicles

February 26, 2016

Speeding to the front of the global energy storage industry is Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: OGES). The company specializes in creating cells, energy storage systems, and batteries, all while proudly boasting a ‘Made in the USA’ label. Oakridge builds small and large prismatic stackable lithium cells, which promise 25-30% more energy density than those with a cylindrical format at a lower-cost. With more and more companies and consumers going ‘green’, Oakridge is poised to become a major contender in the energy solutions market.

Lithium-ion batteries are becoming popular among businesses because of their eco-friendliness and efficiency. Lithium is the lightest of all metals and has the greatest electrochemical potential, making it quite powerful. Since these batteries have a high energy density, they are packed with enough energy to power any electronic devices for a long time. Lithium-ion batteries do not have to be primed when first used and also lose a minimal charge over time, unlike traditional batteries. Overall, these batteries offer lighter weight, faster charging times, and little maintenance, which only adds to their appeal.

Part of Oakridge’s growth model is to target particular industries and market their product. Specifically, the company targets the motor industry with its Liberty Series, which includes lightweight motor batteries for motorcycles, jet skis, boats, trucks, snowmobiles, and cars, giving Oakridge a foothold in the rising electric vehicle trend.

According to Frost and Sullivan, the global market for lithium batteries is expected to double from $11.7 billion in 2012 to $22.5 billion this year. The counseling firm attributes this increase in demand to consumer goods and automobiles. To further back this claim, a report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance sees a jump in electric car sales from 1% today to 35% by 2040. Along with this growth, the report predicts that 70% of electricity added by 2030 will be ‘green.’ This means that future electric cars will be powered by clean energy rather than fossil fuels.

These recent reports and analysis only contribute to Oakridge’s vision of becoming a key player in the global energy storage industry. The growing demand for cleaner, cost-effective, and more efficient energy solutions should be a driving force in the company’s growth.

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Immune Therapeutics, Inc. (IMUN) Fighting the ‘War on Cancer’ With Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy is treatment that uses certain parts of a person’s immune system to fight diseases such as cancer. This can be done in a couple of ways, including stimulating your own immune system to work harder or smarter to attack cancer cells or giving your immune system components, such as man-made immune system proteins. Some types of immunotherapy are also sometimes called biologic therapy or biotherapy. Immune Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: IMUN) is a specialty pharmaceutical company involved in the manufacture, distribution and marketing of its novel patented therapies to combat chronic, life-threatening diseases through the activation and modulation of the body’s immune system. The company’s technology platform is built on two different immunotherapies, Low Dose Naltrexone and Methionine-Enkephalin.

Stimulating the body’s immune system remains one of the most promising approaches to addressing the unmet needs of cancers, HIV, inflammatory disease, autoimmune disease and other chronic infectious diseases. “If you take care of your body, then your body will take care of you.” It’s one of the simple clichés we hear all the time from people who are usually healthy. Your immune system is the front, middle and final line of defense against everything your body encounters throughout your lifespan. Nurturing and assisting the immune system with therapies like the ones mentioned above from Immune Therapeutics make much more sense than subjecting your body to harmful artificial treatment methodologies.

According to the website, nearly 14.5 million Americans with a history of cancer were alive on January 1, 2014. About 1,685,210 new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed in 2016, and about 595,690 Americans are expected to die from cancer in 2016, which translates to about 1,630 people per day. Cancer is the second most common cause of death in the U.S., exceeded only by heart disease, and it accounts for nearly one of every four deaths. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality estimates that the direct medical costs (total of all health care expenditures) for cancer in the U.S. in 2013 were $74.8 billion.

These are startling statistics. Most families have experienced the devastating effects of cancer firsthand. There is hope, though. The 5-year relative survival rate for all cancers diagnosed from 2005-2011 was 69 percent, up from 49 percent from 1975-1977. Improvement in survival reflects both the earlier diagnosis of certain cancers and improvements in treatment. Immune Therapeutics’ treatment methodologies are a part of the next generation in the battle against cancer and other chronic, life-threatening diseases.

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) is Preparing to Meet Rising Global Energy Demands

Dominovas Energy Corp. (OTCQB: DNRG) is an energy solutions company that seeks to develop cost-efficient, clean, and dependable electricity for the world. Using the power of fuel cells that emit electricity from a chemical reaction, the company has developed the RUBICON™ system. This solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology creates ‘green’ and sustainable energy quickly and efficiently. Fuel cells are seen as the energy of the future since they can properly meet the demands of our energy-driven society. Therefore, Dominovas Energy stands to profit from these necessary and revolutionary power cells.

According to a recent article at Energybiz, our current energy solutions aren’t meeting the demands of our growing technology-based population. The article states that fuel cells can change daily life and meet our energy needs in a variety of ways. First, fuel cells used in vehicles have zero emissions and are not influenced by fluctuating oil prices. Fuel cells can also provide reliable, accessible, and cheaper power to homes and buildings. Furthermore, these cells are easily combined with fossil fuels, which quickly increase efficiency. Overall, fuel cells allow the population to produce its own energy without being “slaves to the grid.”

More and more companies, such as Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO), Nissan (OTC: NSANY), Pepperidge Farm (NYSE: CPB), UPS (NYSE: UPS), and IKEA, are seeing the positive outcomes of using fuel cells, which are in the lead of “Green Technology”. Dominovas Energy is preparing to meet these rising demands through the development of its RUBICON™ system, which could become the “Platinum” standard for fuel technology. This solution is expected to generate electricity with almost no emissions, create production improvements, and reduce operating and maintenance costs, all while producing reliable, silent, and uninterrupted quality power.

With rising global concerns over environment, energy, and pollution, Dominovas Energy is developing a solution that promises clean, dependable, efficient, and cost-effective electricity. The company aims to be known as the number one fuel cell energy solutions company in the world by continuously developing and delivering its product to energy-driven markets.

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Building Value through Development of Therapeutics for Parkinson’s Disease

International Stem Cell Corp. (OTCQB: ISCO) is considered among industry experts as a leader and pioneer in the field of regenerative medicine as a result of its development of a new class of stem cells. These cells, known as human parthenogenetic stem cells (hpSCs), possess the best characteristics of each of the other classes of stem cells. These stem cells are created by way of chemically stimulating the oocytes (eggs) to begin division. The oocytes are not fertilized and no viable embryo is created or destroyed. The ethical advantage of derivation from unfertilized oocytes makes these stem cells a promising source for the cell-based therapeutics industry.

ISCO is a biotech company that funnels its endeavors toward the development of therapeutic and biomedical products on a global scale. The company’s products are based on human parthenogenetic stem cells, a proprietary type of pluripotent stem cells. Additionally, the company develops neural stem cells, which are commonly used in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease (PD) and a variety of other neurological disorders.

Studies on the amount of money spent annually on the treatment of PD are nothing short of stunning. It is estimated that the combined direct and indirect costs of PD in the U.S. – which include treatment, social security payments and lost income due to the patient’s inability to work – is in the range of $25 billion. Medication costs for an individual afflicted with this disease average $2,500 a year. Furthermore, The Parkinson’s Disease Foundation has estimated that therapeutic surgery can cost up to $100,000 per individual.

Caused by the death of dopamine-producing cells in a brain region called the substantia nigra, PD typically results in severely restricted movement. Today’s treatments focus primarily on replacing the lost dopamine, but these treatments eventually fail, as the dopamine-making cells continue to die. It is through this process that stem cell therapy is of particular interest. Stem cell research has the potential to positively impact the development of disease-modifying treatments for PD. Enormous progress has been made in the area of creating dopamine-producing cells from stem cells, while the development of new cell models of PD has created a promising area of stem cell research as a whole.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Announces Partnership with Leading International Battery Technology Consultant Firm

Earlier today, Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: OGES) announced a new partnership with IST Co. Ltd, a Tokyo, Japan-based firm with broad relationships in the power and stored energy industries. Through this collaboration, the IST team will join the current Oakridge advising team through its previously established subsidiary in Hong Kong. IST is expected to leverage its broad relationships with university and research organizations throughout Japan and around the world in order to provide Oakridge with ongoing access to joint technology development opportunities for next generation rechargeable lithium batteries, such as lithium air, lithium-sulfur, nano-silicone and graphene negative electrodes, in addition to aiding in efforts to commercialize Oakridge’s previously developed thin film solid state lithium battery technology.

“We are all about latest technology and products at Oakridge,” Steve Barber, the company’s executive chairman and chief executive officer, stated in the news release. “With IST complementing the existing Oakridge advising team in Japan we have now greatly expanded our presence and relationship with Japan, while at the same time providing a much higher quality of equipment and raw materials for building our battery systems.”

With this partnership in place, Oakridge is better positioned to work with the highest quality Japanese equipment manufacturers in order to support future growth of its recently launched manufacturing facilities in the United States. The company expects the addition of top notch advisors and consultants to allow Oakridge to maintain its already high standards of technological advancement while continuing to drive innovation in its product line and address the evolving needs of its customers with the latest technology in high power battery and portable energy systems.

“We at Oakridge regard our relationship with Japan as highly important because of its technical prowess and also because it is a very strong ally to the United States and Australia which will be vitally important in the increasingly tumultuous international geopolitical situation,” continued Barber. “We are excited to be working with the high caliber of people and companies that we have had the pleasure to meet in the Japanese lithium ion battery market.”

The announcement of a partnership with IST caps off what has been an eventful week for Oakridge. On Monday, the company heralded the successful results of recently completed field trials of the Man-Portable Tactical Autonomous System (MANTAS), which was designed and produced by Maritime Tactical Systems, Inc. (MARTAC). Oakridge’s specialized, high performance batteries “greatly expanded the effective range of the MANTAS while at the same time providing us a much safer vessel,” according to MARTAC president and CEO Bruce Hanson. On Wednesday, Oakridge announced an agreement to supply batteries to Freedom Trucking for use in a fully electric interstate truck propulsion system.

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Moxian, Inc. (MOXC) Serving Online-to-Offline Marketing Solutions to Asian Markets

Moxian, Inc. (OTCQB: MOXC) has made a well-timed entry into the online-to-offline marketplace in Asia. A pioneer of novel social marketing and promotion platforms, Moxian moved into this market at a time when countries in the region are enjoying significant growth. In China alone, an estimated annual sales growth of 25% has been reported.

From its headquarters in Shenzhen, China, Moxian helps a variety of merchants – including retailers, manufacturers, shopping mall operators, transportation companies, telecommunications providers, software developers, online e-commerce operators, payment providers and news media – promote their businesses through online social media and with products such as:

  • Moxian+ App – an online-to-offline business solution tailored to small and medium businesses
  • MO-Promo – an online sale promotion website for the company’s merchant clients
  • MO-Reward – a reward platform

Moxian’s products are designed to increase user stickiness. They are built to attract users and entice them to return regularly, as well as to encourage new users to subscribe to the company’s website. Moxian’s offerings also aim to enhance the merchant-customer interaction. The company designs products and services that allow its merchant clients to run targeted ad campaigns that utilize data compiled from a database of user activity.

Moxian has spent a fair amount of time testing, refining and perfecting its O2O platform in Asia. During this testing and development stage, the company brought in modest revenue. Now, in 2016, it is directing its attention toward the largest cosmopolitan areas in China and appears primed to see a major increase in revenue from new merchant subscriptions to its platform, as well as the opening of new sales offices in Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai.

Steered by a skillful management team and far-reaching business strategies, Moxian appears ready to take advantage of the substantial market opportunity available in the O2O sector in China and to advance even further. With a growing number of merchants utilizing its platform, merchant fees will likely offer a major source of recurrent revenue for the company, which is also poised to earn additional revenue from the sale of advertising on its platform.

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Nutra Pharma Corporation (NPHC) Leaning on Revenues Derived from Proven Over-the-Counter Drugs to Fund Development Pipeline

Nutra Pharma Corporation (OTCQB: NPHC), the company behind innovative products such as Nyloxin® and Pet Pain-Away, is set to build on its rich history of pursuing over-the-counter sales as it continues to advance its therapeutic pipeline based on cobra toxin. In an interview with The Life Sciences Report released last October, Rik Deitsch, the company’s chief executive officer, discussed Nutra Pharma’s plan to promote sustainable growth through the development and distribution of its proven pain medications in a collection of global markets – including India, China, Canada and the United States.

“We started speaking with the FDA in 2009 about an ethical pain therapy that uses microgram doses of cobra venom extract as a neurotoxin, or neuro blocker, for pain and inflammation,” Deitsch recounted in the article. “The FDA told us our drug qualified as an OTC homeopathic medication because it is derived from a natural product and because the dosage is so small. That allowed us to create our first OTC drugs in 2009–2010.”

To date, Nutra Pharma has released seven unique stock keeping units (SKUs) of Nyloxin, which is an OTC pain treatment for humans, as well as one SKU of Pet Pain-Away for dogs and cats. Products under both of these brands leverage a non-addictive, non-narcotic formula and lack all of the negative side effects commonly associated with other OTC pain medications. Despite this stellar safety profile, Nyloxin has shown to be approximately 600 times more potent than morphine in clinical studies, offering pain relief for roughly four hours longer than the popular opioid medication.

In the Life Sciences Report article, Deitsch noted that Nutra Pharma is “at an inflection point.” Because it is able to generate significant revenues from OTC drug sales – with sales from these products expected to increase dramatically over the next 16 months, according to Deitsch – the company has effectively mitigated the risk to investors while continuing to push forward with clinical trials for a pipeline of potential blockbuster drugs addressing underserved indications such as multiple sclerosis (MS), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and select autoimmune and antiviral conditions. Deitsch predicts that Nutra Pharma will be cash-flow positive within the first half of 2016.

Nutra Pharma released a letter to shareholders in December providing an update on the information offered in the previously referenced article and reviewing the company’s progress toward achieving growth in 2015. Particularly worthy of note, the company was granted orphan status for drug candidate RPI-78M for the treatment of pediatric MS. With this designation in hand, Nutra Pharma will enjoy a collection of benefits over conventional drug applications – including tax credits for research costs, the option to apply for grant funding, clinical trial design assistance and the waiver of Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA) filing fees, which can be in excess of $2.5 million. In a news release earlier this month, the company announced that it will unveil additional steps related to the development of RPI-78M and other growth initiatives in the coming weeks.

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Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (AVDX) Participating in the ‘War on Cancer’ With Preventative Early Detection Technology

February 25, 2016

Ovarian cancer is the fourth-leading cause of cancer deaths among women in the U.S. When someone is diagnosed with ovarian cancer, they are usually in the advanced stages of the disease and treatment is not nearly as effective as it would be if it had been discovered earlier. Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (OTCQB: AVDX) is a medical diagnostic technology company that specializes in large panel biomarker screening. The company’s first test, OvaDx®, is a sophisticated microarray-based test designed to detect pre-symptomatic ovarian cancer by measuring the activation of the immune system in blood samples in response to early stage ovarian tumor cell development.

In clinical development, OvaDx has indicated 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. Upon FDA approval, Avant plans to offer its diagnostic product as an elective test for women seeking greater wellness, as well as those in the elevated risk category for ovarian cancer.

In a recent Time magazine article (, there is a great comparison study done on a largely ineffective technique currently used for early detection of ovarian cancer. A blood test, called CA-125, can pick up signs of tumors in the ovaries, but it’s not very specific or sensitive for these growths. CA-125 levels can rise not just because of ovarian tumors, but during menstruation and pregnancy as well. That may explain why the test only picks up 60% to 65% of cancers.

OvaDx is expected to be used by doctors to advance the forefront of ovarian cancer treatment, promoting the utilization of improved surgical options and more effective chemotherapies by serving as a supplement to existing tests, such as CA-125, OVA1® and transvaginal ultrasound. In this way, Avant’s innovative product will promote earlier diagnoses and, as a result, improved survival rates for patients with ovarian cancer.

According to another Time magazine article (, the traditional treatment for ovarian cancer is surgery followed by rounds of monthly chemotherapy. The treatment is effective, but there is growing evidence that exposing tumors to such high dose toxic agents at one time is effective in killing cancer cells in the short term, but may encourage chemo-resistant cells to flourish over time.

The common theme here is that early identification of problems (ovarian cancer in this case) is essential in order to take full advantage of currently available treatment options. Cancer is just like the ‘The Blob’ from the classic 1950’s movie and the 1980’s remake. If people would have properly identified the Blob/cancer earlier, it could have been frozen/treated and stored away so that people could have gone on with their daily lives without worry and pain.

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Giggles N’ Hugs (GIGL) is a Fast Casual in Fast Forward Mode


California’s four-year drought should desiccate customer traffic, the way it has the streams and rivers, for restaurants like Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL). As CEO Joey Parsi explained in a recent interview with QualityStocks, good weather is bad news for restaurants, since, when the weather is good, people do ‘outdoorsy things’. Despite the call of the outdoors, Giggles N’ Hugs saw its revenues increase. Sales were up about three percent in spite of the weather. Giggles N’ Hugs is a chain of fast casual restaurants with healthy menu options, a fun family atmosphere and, of course, plenty of giggles and hugs.

A story ( in Nation’s Restaurant News explained ‘Why Fast Casual is Eating the Industry’s Lunch’ by looking at Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG), Panera Bread Co. (NASDAQ: PNRA), Five Guys LLC, and Shake Shack (NYSE: SHAK). Another story ( in Forbes quotes industry analyst Technomic’s ‘2014 Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report’, noting that ‘sales for fast casual chains grew by 11% and store count by 8% in 2013’. The fastest of the fast casuals has been Chipotle which has had revenue growth of around 20 percent for the past five years. Yet another story ( in the Washington Post, titled ‘The Chipotle Effect: Why America is obsessed with fast casual food’, with data from market research firm Euromonitor, reports that Americans spent over $21 billion at fast casual restaurants in 2014. The Washington Post also asks what the fast casual category is. A major characteristic seems to be the price point. The average tab for a regular fast food outlet is $5; for a fast casual it is much higher, ranging from $9 – $13.

Technomic has identified ten other factors that may play a part in customer perception: overall food quality, better ingredients, wholesome food, a perception of freshness, sophisticated décor, fast service, fair prices, friendly staff, flexible offerings, and a view of the food preparation area. These are exactly the sort of things you will find at any one of Giggles N’ Hugs’ three restaurants.

Giggles N’ Hugs offers an organic, gluten-free, menu with vegetarian options. All produce is grown locally with organic ingredients when available. The beef comes from grass-fed cows to which no hormones have been administered. Breads are made fresh daily by local artisan bakeries. At Giggles N’ Hugs, there are no leftovers; meals are prepared from scratch daily to ensure freshness. The cooks use only trans-fat free canola oil and extra virgin oil, when necessary.

The Giggles N’ Hugs menu offers appealing appetizing adventures. To start the day, you can have Caprese, a delightful concoction of ripe tomatoes, basil and fresh buffalo mozzarella drizzled with olive oil, balsamic glaze, salt and pepper, or, perhaps, the Citrus Tuna Salad, made with citrus mayo, almonds and raisins served over a bed of organic mixed greens and shredded organic heirloom carrots tossed in lime vinaigrette. For lunch, there is the Chicken Breast Parmesan, which includes grilled or breaded chicken breast topped with house-made marinara sauce, melted mozzarella and parmesan cheese that’s served with spaghetti marinara. Giggles N’ Hugs only uses all-natural chicken.

According to a research report published by Duff & Phelps entitled Restaurant Industry Insights 2015, chicken is the new ‘burger’. The reports details that, in 2013, ‘Chick-fil-A surpassed Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) as the top chicken fast food chain with sales of $5.0 billion compared to KFC’s $4.2 billion. This is despite KFC having more than double the number of U.S. stores (4,491) than its Atlanta-based rival (1,775). The driving factor behind Chick-fil-A’s success is actually quite simple: the chicken sandwich. Chick-fil-A doesn’t serve processed chicken patties like its fast food competitors do.

The financial menu at Giggles N’ Hugs is equally attractive. An investment report by the Small Cap Network says the projected payback period on a new store’s initial investment is only about 2.14 years. EBITDA margin after four years of a new store’s operation is expected to be close to 18 percent of sales. From an investment point of view, Giggles N’ Hugs looks very palatable.

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Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) Registered Dietitian Featured in Article on Simplemost

Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK), the company behind the innovative ContentChecked, MigraineChecked and SugarChecked mobile applications, continues to secure coverage in popular online health and wellness media outlets. On Monday, it built on its recent progress when Tory Tedrow, a registered dietitian with the company, was interviewed for an article on Simplemost. The piece, titled “7 Ways To Trick Yourself Into Eating Less And Get Portion Sizes Under Control,” included helpful tips for people looking to cut down on portions without sacrificing on satisfaction.

In the article, Carina Wolff, a Simplemost contributor, suggests drinking more water as one way to prevent overeating, and Tedrow reinforced this theory. “Ensuring you’re adequately hydrated prevents dehydration-induced hunger cravings and mindless snacking,” she stated in the article. Tedrow’s comments were featured throughout the article – including tips on why you should eat from a smaller plate, put down your fork between bites and never eat ice cream straight from the carton. Wolff also included a link to the SugarChecked website for readers looking for additional assistance with avoiding unwanted ingredients.

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Simplemost is an online source covering stories related to lifestyle, health, money, home, organization, food and style in support of its mission to help its readers make the most out of life. The site has a strong social media presence – including hundreds of thousands of likes on Facebook – and boasts roughly 900,000 unique monthly visitors.

With coverage on another popular online media outlet under its belt, Content Checked continues to progress toward expanding its user base and bolstering its bottom line. The company has previously announced intentions to unveil a relaunch and rebranding of its product line in the coming weeks, which will include the introduction of a new, subscription-based revenue model aimed at meeting the evolving preferences of mobile users. Following these efforts, Content Checked is expected to be in a strong strategic position to move forward with its goal of uplisting to a major exchange later this year.

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GTX Corp. (GTXO) Completes Successful Presentation at the SeeThruEquity & The Brewer Group 2nd Annual Innovations Investor Conference

Before the opening bell, GTX Corp. (OTC: GTXO) announced the completion of a successful presentation at the SeeThruEquity & The Brewer Group 2nd Annual Innovations Investor Conference at the Ritz-Carlton in Miami on February 22. During the conference, Patrick Bertagna, chief executive officer of GTXO, gave prospective investors an in-depth look into the future of the rapidly expanding $18 billion wearable technology industry, highlighting the company’s position as a pioneer within the sector. Bertagna went on to detail GTXO’s initiatives for the coming months, which include expanding domestic and international distribution channels, launching new products and expanding its global subscriber base.

In addition to looking toward the future, Bertagna gave conference attendees insight into GTX Corp.’s recent performance by highlighting a few of the major milestones the company achieved last year. These highlights included a 405 percent year-over-year increase in revenues and a 300 percent increase in global subscribers, as compared to similar figures for 2014. In total, GTXO reports active units in the field and subscribers in more than 35 countries around the globe. The company also set the stage for future growth by enlisting four professional athletes as brand ambassadors, opening a distribution center in Ireland to better address business to consumer (B2C) demand in Europe and signing a global connectivity agreement with telecommunications giant Telefonica.

Following his presentation, Bertagna engaged in successful one-on-one meetings with institutional investors and businesses in an effort to begin identifying new opportunities and strategic partnerships that will help fuel GTXO’s growth moving forward. GTX Corp. held its shareholders meeting after the Innovations Investor Conference, on February 23 at the Parkland Golf & Country Club in Parkland, Florida. The company used this platform to further discuss its 2016 roadmap – including the benefits of recently received insurance reimbursement codes and government vendor numbers – while meeting and greeting its shareholders.

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Elephant Talk Communications Corp. (ETAK) Addressing Legacy Network Infrastructure and Empowering Global Telecommunications

Elephant Talk Communications Corp. (NYSE MKT: ETAK) is a leading international provider of mobile networking software and services. The company serves the needs of several of the world’s leading mobile network operators (MNOs) and technology firms – including Vodafone (NASDAQ: VOD), T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS), Zain, HP (NYSE: HPQ) and Affirmed Networks – with a comprehensive suite of applications, reliable industry expertise and high quality customer service. Elephant Talk also counts a host of mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs), enablers (MVNEs) and aggregators (MVNAs) among its customers and partners, effectively empowering global telecommunications while helping emerging players in the telecommunications industry gain a significant competitive advantage without the need for a substantial upfront investment.

With the rapid evolution of technology, the infrastructure in use by most MNOs is quickly left in the dust. The costs associated with operating and maintaining sizable network infrastructure make leading telecommunications firms think twice before adopting critical new technologies. Elephant Talk addresses legacy infrastructure challenges with its virtualized, software-based platforms. Its ET Software DNA® 2.0 platform, for example, can fundamentally change the business of an MNO or MVNO by offering significantly decreased operational costs. When combined with the ability to dramatically reduce time-to-market and improve scalability, the ET Platform helps emerging operators generate results faster than ever before at margins that support continued growth.

To fully understand the benefits of Elephant Talk’s innovative solutions for MNOs, one needs to understand how the telecommunications industry functions. In the United States, MNOs such as Verizon (NYSE: VZ), AT&T (NYSE: T) and Sprint (NYSE: S) maintain expansive nationwide networks offering service to millions of individuals. However, these networks offer more capacity than is used by the MNOs’ subscriber base. In order to more effectively leverage the capacity of an MNO network, these firms allow MVNOs to purchase excess capacity for use at wholesale rates. Some examples of MVNOs in the U.S. include Boost Mobile, which uses Sprint’s host network, and Cricket Wireless, which uses AT&T’s host network.

For new players in the telecommunications space, the costs associated with setting up a mobile network are staggering. Operating as an MVNO lowers this sizable barrier to entry, providing advantages for both MVNOs and MNOs along the way. Elephant Talk enables MNOs to create, manage and secure entire mobile networks and offer a fully equipped wholesale mobile cloud. The company’s modular system is safer, cheaper, easier to manage, more reliable and more secure than existing legacy systems. It also drives average revenue per user by offering a greater range of services, cost efficiencies and increased engagement with customers.

As an innovative MVNE, Elephant Talk also connects MVNOs to MNOs, allowing virtual network operators to offer a full suite of mobile voice, SMS and data services. The company’s technology gives MVNOs full control of their entire IT systems and network infrastructure through an intuitive cloud-based infrastructure, enabling potential cost savings of up to 90 percent and significant time-to-market advantages.

Elephant Talk empowers MVNOs and MNOs by providing a patented cloud-based mobile communications infrastructure, operating software and managed services. With a large list of clients including some of the telecommunications industry’s biggest names, the company is well positioned to build on its progress in the industry while promoting sustainable growth in the months to come.

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG): Solid Prospects with its Innovative SOFC Technology

February 24, 2016

In a previous post, we wrote the innovative RUBICON™ solid-oxide fuel cell (SOFC) “is constructed of all solid components.” We would like to correct that statement to say that the RUBICON™ is designed to be constructed of all solid components. Also, it’s important to note that the SOFC technology can be more complex than that simple description suggests. This article clarifies the earlier statement while also giving more details on the technology and its potential.

The innovative RUBICON™ solid-oxide fuel cell (SOFC), designed by Dominovas Energy Corporation (OTCQB: DNRG), is a modular SOFC system that operates at high temperatures (800°C) and has a number of advantages. First, the RUBICON™ employs an electrochemical conversion process for power generation, which is significantly more efficient than combustion based technologies. Second, the RUBICON™ is fuel flexible and capable of reforming multiple fuels, such as natural gas, propane, LPG, diesel, landfill gas and flare gas. Third, the RUBICON™’s modular design is ideal for distributed power generation and operation at multi-MW level. Fourth, the RUBICON™ provides the flexibility of cogeneration, i.e. simultaneous generation of power and useful heat. Fifth, the RUBICON™ produces significantly less amounts of emissions on a per kWh basis. Additionally, the RUBICON™ system is silent, producing minimal noise during operation.

Dominovas’s RUBICON™ system is positioned to capture a share of a global SOFC market that’s expected to enjoy a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.78 percent over the five-year period from 2016 to 2020. Its growth is being driven by technological advances that will allow SOFC technology to be employed as an alternative to lithium-based batteries.

Dominovas Energy Corporation also has solid management components. Neal Allen is Dominovas’s chairman, president and CEO. Before becoming involved with Dominovas Energy Corporation and Dominovas Energy, LLC, where he was also CEO, he was chairman of Private Asset Group, LLC from 2002 to 2007. Emilio De Jesus is president of Dominovas. Emilio worked at Verizon Communications from 2000 to 2010 in many positions, including that of Systems Development Manager. From 2012 to 2013, he was a director of Grupo Jemilce. Dominovas’s chief operating officer is Michael Watkins. Previously, Michael was vice president and managing member of Dominovas Energy, LLC from 2007 until the merger with Western Standard Energy Group.

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

Eric Fresh is Senior Vice President of Finance and Investments. With more than 15 years in investment banking, private equity and corporate advisory services, Eric has extensive experience in the execution of special situation transactions involving structured debt and equity financings for project finance. As Senior Vice President, Eric will lead and manage Dominovas’s capital investment and deployment program for financing the Company’s power projects. Before joining Dominovas, Eric founded E&K Partners, where he focused exclusively on value creation for middle-market companies, providing strategic management and structured finance advisory services for corporate restructurings, mergers and acquisitions, project finance and operations management. Prior to founding E&K Partners, Eric held senior positions at Morgan Stanley and Salomon Smith Barney.

With solid components like that, Dominovas Energy Corporation is poised for solid growth.

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Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK): Some Coffee Shop Drinks are Loaded with High Sugar

Coffee shop chains’ hot and iced coffee, macchiato, espresso, cappuccino and latte beverages are often the caffeine fix on-the-go consumers reach for. How often, however, do we think about the amount of sugar each beverage contains? Content Checked Holdings, Inc.’s (OTCQB: CNCK) family of mobile applications is designed for individuals with specific dietary requirements or those looking to avoid certain ingredients.

The SugarChecked app gives consumers the ability to scan the barcodes of grocery store products and identifies if the product contains one of four types of sugar, including added sugars, artificial sweeteners, sugar alcohols or natural low-calorie sweeteners. High sugar intake is the main catalyst for diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is the largest health-related cost in the country and affects 97 million people who are at risk of developing, or have already developed, this debilitating disease. The estimated lifetime cost for a U.S. resident with diabetes is about $283,000. That is the highest lifetime health care cost for any patient group in the world.

As part of a healthy, balanced diet, you should consume fewer foods and drinks that are high in added sugars. Sugary foods and drinks can cause tooth decay, especially if you have them between meals. Many foods that contain added sugars are also calorically-dense, but they typically contain few other nutrients. Eating these foods often can contribute to unnecessary weight gain, and being overweight can increase your risk of metabolic disease conditions, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes and cancer. Added sugars shouldn’t make up more than 10 percent of your daily total calorie intake, or about 30 grams of sugar a day for most teens and adults.

Education and awareness are key. Content Checked is spearheading this movement via its family of mobile apps and going beyond the label.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) is Big on Big Data

Earlier this year, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) launched its Data Analytics Division. At that time, Henryk Dabrowski, CEO of Alternet Systems, stated, “Alternet has a successful history of developing and commercializing young digital commerce technologies. We are now building upon that history to develop and commercialize an expanded portfolio of new key technologies in the burgeoning big data analytics sector. We quietly started the expansion last year after the successful sale of our mobile wallet solution. We anticipate our new Data Analytics Division to build upon the revenue base we established in 2015 from our digital commerce operations throughout the course of 2016.”

Big Data, or data analytics, refers to the growing practice of using the data from all available sources, which can come in a variety of formats, to uncover individual and group behavior. A report ( published by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) gives details on a global survey of over 300 executives from companies with over US$500 million in annual revenue (with half of them reporting US$1bn or more) on their data analytics practices. The survey found that companies are moving beyond first-generation big data applications based on internal assets and are reporting considerable success with innovative market-facing initiatives that use a wide range of transactional and external data. Competitor-focused initiatives are given the highest priority, with customer- and operations-focused measures comprising a significant number of initiatives.

The survey also found that the biggest technical challenge was the need to identify and integrate multiple data types from both internal and external sources. When it comes to internal challenges within an enterprise, data and analytics silos stand out, largely because market-facing advanced analytics initiatives tend to be driven by individual lines of business. A data silo is a separate database or set of data files. Despite these challenges, executives overwhelmingly rate these advanced analytics initiatives as successful and point to multiple simultaneous benefits. This broad success is driving continued innovation and experimentation, with technical challenges seen as minor obstacles compared with the need to select the right initiative and the right team.

In the early days of data analytics, companies mostly focused on internal initiatives, such as operating efficiencies, but with increased computational power and new data sources, they are experimenting with ‘offensive moves’. Proactive price optimization stands out as the most common market-facing data analytics initiative.

A full research report ( on Alternet Systems by Caprock Research, commissioned by Wall Street Corner, published February 2, 2016, estimates the data analytics market at $125 billion in 2015. The ‘analytics-as-a-service’ segment of this market is expected to grow from $4.2 billion in 2015, by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 40 percent, to $23 billion in 2020.

Alternet Systems is on a mission to provide innovative solutions that facilitate and expedite commerce by enhancing customer experience and improving efficiency. Data analytics is just one of three high-growth markets in which the company plans to invest. The two others are financial technology and payment technology.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Agrees to Supply Custom Batteries to Power Fully Electric Interstate Trucks

Earlier today, Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: OGES) announced a partnership with Minnesota-based Freedom Trucking through which the company will develop and supply batteries to power fully electric interstate trucks. Prior to this agreement, Freedom Trucking spent the past five years working with Ohio State University scientists and other parties in order to develop a groundbreaking, fully electric interstate truck propulsion system that’s expected to enable trucks with a gross vehicle weight of up to 80,000 pounds to travel more than 400 miles on a single charge. However, the product’s development and testing has thus far been hampered by poor quality Chinese batteries.

Beginning in the second half of this year, Freedom Trucking will look to leverage Oakridge’s innovative, ‘Made in the USA’ battery systems in order to move product from Chicago to Minneapolis. Following implementation, the fully electric trucks are expected to provide cost savings in excess of $0.60 per mile, as compared to trucks powered by traditional diesel fuel, according to an initial analysis performed by the U.S. Department of Transportation. These savings are expected to revolutionize the economics of the interstate trucking business in the United States.

“The custom battery design for Freedom Trucking is an absolute game changer,” Steve Barber, executive chairman and chief executive officer of Oakridge, stated in the news release. “With our new custom battery systems, we have now greatly expanded the effective range of the electric truck, now making them a practical reality for immediate application to the interstate trucking business, while at the same time providing a much safer, low maintenance vehicle by virtue of the more robust chemistry and the battery management systems we have designed for this product.”

Since entering into full scale production on January 4, 2016, Oakridge has wasted no time in establishing a sizable presence in the stored energy industry. Last month, the company announced an agreement with Maritime Tactical Systems, Inc. (MARTAC) to provide battery systems for its Man-Portable Tactical Autonomous Systems (MANTAS), and, earlier this week, Oakridge announced that field trials of the MANTAS (powered by custom-tailored Oakridge technology) for a major defense contractor were a huge success. As it continues to meet and exceed expectations with its high-quality energy storage products, Oakridge appears to be primed for tremendous growth in the months to come.

“We at Oakridge are continuing our mission to onshore manufacturing back to the U.S. and this is a really big win for all of us,” continued Barber. “This is a tremendous win for everyone in the USA.”

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Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (SMRS) Stands to Reap the Rewards of Last Year’s Business Acquisition

Part of what makes Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (OTC: SMRS) successful is its strong business model of acquiring and consolidating mining assets with high growth potential. The junior exploration and mining company focuses on base metal and precious metal mining. Star Mountain Resources plans on continuously searching out and obtaining these mines with expectations of high returns for both the company and its investors. The company also aims to incorporate any valuable team leaders from these ventures into its own.

Following its business model, the company acquired Northern Zinc LLC in November 2015. Along with that, Star Mountain Resources closed on the acquisition of Balmat Holding Corporation from Hudbay Minerals and gained access to the Balmat zinc mine in upstate New York. This gave the company a highly prolific mining asset while incorporating experienced mining professionals into its already seasoned board of directors and management team.

For example, Don Taylor was nominated for a director role following the Northern Zinc acquisition. He brought over thirty years’ experience in domestic and international mining explorations, project evaluations, reserve calculations, and mining development to Star Mountain Resources. Since June 2015, Taylor has been the president and a board member of Arizona Mining, Inc., a Canadian mineral exploration company.

Not only has the Balmat zinc venture brought a new member to the Star Mountain Resources team, but it could soon bring high profits. Zinc recently entered a bull market after production cuts tightened global supplies. The mineral increased more than 20% from a six-year low that was reached in January. The production limits will cause a deficit of 440,000 metric tons, driving up prices. Goldman Sachs predicts 12-month zinc prices at $1,800 a ton. When operations at the Balmat zinc mine begin, the company’s profits could soar as zinc prices rise.

By adhering to its sturdy business model, Star Mountain Resources will have more opportunities to obtain, manage and develop highly productive mines. So far, its acquisitions have proven themselves to be highly prolific gateways for the company and its shareholders.

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Investors May Throw a Six If They Roll with GTX Corp. (GTXO), Says Research Report

A recent research report by John Ford of states ‘GTX is the most undervalued company I have ever encountered, trading at an 85 percent discount to fair value.’ He believes ‘GTX is so undervalued right now that investors could capture near-term 6X returns as Wall Street becomes aware of this company’s fundamentals and pushes the share price towards fair valuation.’ Mr. Ford is undoubtedly excited by the company’s prospects. He laid out a number of reasons why investors should be considering GTX Corp. (OTC: GTXO).

Its present valuation offers short-term gains, since the company’s stock is trading at an 85 percent discount to fair value. Also, the company’s flagship product, GPS SmartSole, is doing exceedingly well. Its first production run completely sold out with preorders, and the company didn’t even need to advertise. The GPS SmartSole targets and is expected to capture a large share of an expansive market of $8.6 billion. In addition, the management team is strong and vibrant. CEO Patrick Bertagna is a mover and a shaker. He has established an impressive track record with six successful startups. The omens are good; GTX Corp. is his seventh.

The report identifies wearable tech as one industry that has caught the eye of the tech giants. It mentions the purchase of Oculus VR, the virtual reality tech company, by Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) in 2014 for $2 billion in cash and Facebook stock. Credit Suisse, the large Swiss bank, forecasts wearable tech ‘will be a $50 billion market in 3 to 5 years.’ Fitbit (NYSE: FIT), one wearable tech startup, had its debut in June 2015 and reported recently that sales in the quarter ending December 31, 2015, were almost double that of the comparable quarter in 2014. There was talk, last year, of a Jawbone initial public offering (IPO), but so far this has not materialized. Jawbone is valued at around $1.5 billion. The report goes on to point out that the ‘pure plays’ (stock of a company focused on one industry or product) in wearable tech are few and far between, so GTX Corp. is a rare opportunity. While most wearable tech companies are focused on the mass market, GTX Corp. has identified a niche market that is unserved, and the company is going after it vigorously.

The company’s flagship product, GPS SmartSole, is a tracker for people with cognitive disorders resulting from autism, Alzheimer’s, dementia, and traumatic brain injuries. These conditions tend to cause memory impairment and a frequent occurrence is that sufferers find themselves lost. For example, the 2013 World Alzheimer’s Report revealed that 60 percent of sufferers will become lost at least once, 70 percent of those will become lost three or more times and 46 percent of those not found within 24 hours may die. The GPS SmartSole is a high-tech shoe insole with a built-in GPS tracking chip. Using a combination of satellite and cellular technologies, it sends signals, on a continual basis, to the central GTX monitoring website, showing the wearer’s exact location. The location of a relative or patient can be monitored very easily by desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. GPS SmartSole is accessible from both Android and iOS devices. Currently, over 100 million people worldwide require supervision and monitoring because of memory impairment.

GTX Corp. was chosen for the coveted honor of being featured in the 2015 Internet of Things web cast produced at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, and the company’s GPS SmartSole ran second to a Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) product in the Wearables, Health, Fitness & Wellness Category at the Cellular Telephone Industries Association’s (CTIA) 2015 Super Mobility Awards. A Samsung (OTC: SSLNF) product was third. GTX Corp. is keeping distinguished company. It may be worthwhile joining them, but remember, in order to throw a six, one must first roll the die.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Shines Brightly amid U.S. Military Dependence on Chinese Batteries in Light Of Woody Island SAMs

February 23, 2016

The currently disputed Woody Island ( (Yongxing Dao), which is part of the Parcel archipelago that sits southeast of the southernmost point of China (the sizable island province of Hainan), occupies a commanding position in the South China Sea. Northeast of Vietnam (who also claims ownership), southwest of the Republic of China (Taiwan, which also claims ownership), and west of Manila in the Philippines, Woody Island’s strategic value to China’s expanding naval buffer zone cannot be overstated. Thus, the recently DoD-noted deployment ( (Feb 18) by China on Woody Island of what appear to be two batteries of eight Hongqi-9 (HQ-9) ( long-range (125 miles), high-altitude, surface-to-air missile systems (SAMs) is seen by many as provocative saber-rattling from an expansionist China.

At the recent U.S.-ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) summit on Feb 15 and 16, the summit’s joint statement made no bones about needing “mutual respect for the sovereignty, territorial integrity, equality and political independence of all nations” in the region, as well as the need for a “shared commitment to peaceful resolution of disputes.” ASEAN, which includes the Philippines and Vietnam, is also ground zero for TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) implementation, and Vietnam has already signed off on the TPP alongside Brunei, Malaysia, and Singapore.

The HQ-9 SAM batteries, which are analogous to the MIM-104 Patriot SAMs recently deployed in South Korea ( (Feb 13) as a response to North Korea’s nuclear test and long-range rocket launch, are just the latest of a collection of moves in recent years by China in its bid to hold sway over the South China Sea. Given that China established Sansha city local government office on Woody Island back in 2012 in order to act as a central command location for administering the entire South China Sea area, and that last November Chinese J-11 fighter jets were spotted landing on the newly-enlarged runway, this latest move is seen as the next logical step in a larger campaign by some analysts. With over 3,000 acres of construction atop reefs in the area over the preceding two years, China has been steadily pushing its naval line out beyond the coast, for geopolitical, as well as economic, ends. This move has been met by close scrutiny from the Pentagon, with defense official reports indicating that, “the U.S. continues to call on claimants to halt land reclamation, construction, and militarization of features in the South China Sea.”

The day has now arrived when the inherent strategic downside of U.S. exposure to its crippling dependence on Chinese batteries has come to the fore, particularly as it regards our military’s readiness. Amid a concerted effort by the DoD to push total consumption of renewables up to 3,000 megawatts by 2025, with around $4 billion in yearly outlays toward this end, and defense contractors like Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) lining up to run the ball, battery sourcing dependence on China has become a real concern. Raytheon’s VP of Technology told Forbes late last year in an interview ( that the key objectives of the DoD transition were for smooth and manageable service, without interruptions when the weather is disagreeable, and with an overall emphasis on off-grid, microgrid, as well as energy storage elements.

This is where a company like Oakridge Global Energy Solutions (OTCQB: OGES) really shines. As a domestic developer and producer of energy storage solutions based in Florida’s Space Coast region, OGES is an ideally-situated provider. Furthermore, the company is squarely focused on ending America’s dependence on foreign batteries by providing class-leading “Made in the USA” batteries, whose production utilizes the company’s proprietary lithium chemistry, as well as its manufacturing techniques. With product for the first half of 2016 already pre-sold under firm and indicative commitments, as well as projected 2016 sales in the neighborhood of $140 million, Oakridge Global Energy Solutions’ four-year sales projection of $1 billion annually seems well within reason.

Little wonder, what with recent news like the company’s custom battery design for Man-Portable Tactical Autonomous Systems (MANTAS) developer, Maritime Tactical Systems, Inc. (MARTAC), having seen highly successful field trials for a major defense contractor across a variety of MARTAC‘s high speed maritime vessels. President and CEO of MARTAC, Bruce Hanson, enthusiastically bragged in a recent story about how ecstatic his company was with the custom-designed OGES units for their MANTAS platforms, noting in particular how OGES took MARTAC’s spec outline to the next level, delivering systems that went above and beyond the call of duty in terms of energy density, efficiency, reliability, and longevity.

This same American-made know-how and military-grade engineering stands behind every Oakridge Global Energy Solutions product. Every battery system lives up to the same exacting standards, whether it’s the company’s Pro Series of 40Ah, 60Ah, 100Ah, and 160Ah lithium-ion phosphate (LiFePO4) units for electric golf carts and NEVs (neighborhood electric vehicles), or its Freedom Series of clean, silent, and always reliable, living space power storage units.

Since 1986, Oakridge Global Energy Solutions has been providing custom-tailored, high performance energy storage solutions right here in the United States, and it has steadfastly developed a considerable global market presence abroad as well during that time. As the threat of dependence on Chinese batteries looms ever larger, the company is becoming more and more of a national security importance due to its ability to act as a vital part of the nation’s strategic infrastructural footprint in an age of electric military vehicles, and localized microgrid storage.

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Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) Announces Landmark Partnership and Licensing Agreement with Kitchology, Inc.

Earlier today, Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK), the company behind an innovative suite of mobile apps for individuals with dietary restrictions, announced a landmark partnership with Kitchology, Inc., a mobile platform offering tailored recipes to consumers with special dietary needs. Through this partnership, Content Checked will gain access to Kitchology’s groundbreaking platform, including its library of core and curated recipes for and by consumers with dietary restrictions or allergies. Additionally, Kitchology will be granted access to Content Checked’s vast database of nutritional and ingredient information, which includes data on more than 300,000 packaged foods available for sale and distribution in the United States.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Kitchology and work in tandem to offer complementary solutions to families dealing with food allergies and sensitivities,” Kris Finstad, chief executive officer of Content Checked, stated in the news release. “More than 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies, 60 million plus care about food sensitivity, so it’s important to educate consumers about what ingredients are in packaged foods, and empower them to take steps to cook sensibly.”

Prior to the execution of this partnership, the team of doctors behind Kitchology spent more than a year searching for the best supplier of in-depth, reliable nutritional data on readily available packaged food products. After months of searching, it was determined that Content Checked’s comprehensive database is the only one of its kind that meets the lofty expectations of the Kitchology team. Moving forward, Kitchology will benefit from a limited, non-exclusive and worldwide right to use, display and analyze information from Content Checked’s database in order to improve the functionality of its integrated cooking platform.

While the addition of Kitchology’s database of core recipes into Content Checked’s suite of apps will certainly expand upon the marketability of the ContentChecked, SugarChecked and MigraineChecked platforms in the months to come, perhaps the biggest advantage of this agreement relates to the company’s ability to license its nutritional data. This portion of the agreement is particularly noteworthy, because it opens an additional revenue stream and positions Content Checked to build on its recent progress as it continues to pursue strong financial growth and maximized value for shareholders ahead of the previously announced rebranding of its products, which is scheduled to take place next month.

According to data from the 5th Annual Makovsky/Kelton ‘Pulse of Online Health’ Survey (, almost two-thirds of Americans stated that they would use a mobile app to manage health-related issues – including 47 percent who specifically indicated interest in tracking diet and nutrition via their smart devices. By licensing its data to other businesses in the nutrition-based app marketplace, Content Checked will look to increase its share of the roughly $58 billion of mobile app revenues expected to be recorded in 2016, according to data from Go-Globe (

“Having access to Content Checked’s database will take our platform to the next level of functionality and give our users the most comprehensive platform to cross check ingredients in recipes for hidden allergens,” Alain Briancon, PhD, chief executive officer of Kitchology, added in the release. “With this partnership, we will leverage our assets to empower families and enhance their quality of life and safety, whether in the kitchen or on the go.”

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