Monthly Archives: March 2016

Elio Motors, Inc. (ELIO) Leverages Integrated Approach to Expedite Finalization of Body Panel Design

March 31, 2016

Earlier today, Elio Motors, Inc. (OTCQX: ELIO) took a major step toward the start of production for its highly-anticipated three-wheeled vehicle when it announced finalization of its body panel design. Through unprecedented levels of supplier input and collaboration, the company was able to reduce body panel development time by roughly 90 percent, further demonstrating Elio’s commitment to innovation in the automotive space.

“We’ve organized our engineering teams and supplier partners to give them more freedom to provide ideas and decisions,” Paul Elio, founder and chief executive officer of Elio Motors, stated in this morning’s news release. “Their collective brainpower is essential in meeting the aggressive cost and quality standards we’ve set and that our customers demand. The teamwork and talent of our supplier partners was on full display in the body panel development.”

In an effort to expedite body panel design, Elio grouped its engineering team members and supplier partners into eight work groups, with each taking responsibility for a specific portion of the vehicle. The company encouraged members of each group to work together on a daily basis to review and approve proposed engineering changes and push the company’s vehicle closer to predetermined cost and quality targets. Using this integrated approach, Elio was able to avoid many of the delays that are inherent in traditional manufacturer/supplier relationships in the auto industry, which can impede the development process and increase the final cost of a vehicle.

“The Elio Motors design process is the new paradigm in automotive engineering and design,” added Frank Phillips, Jr., president of Elio design partner Molded Plastic Industries. “It allows participating suppliers to bring their best ideas to the table and to work together collaboratively with other product development teams (PDT) for the good of the project.”

Elio’s milestone builds on what has been an exciting week for the American automotive industry. Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA) continues to grab headlines ahead of the unveiling of its all-electric Model 3, which is scheduled for tonight. The launch of the Model 3 will mark a major turning point for Tesla, as the vehicle is priced at roughly half the sticker price of the automaker’s Model S and Model X. Reports ( of lines of would-be buyers at Tesla stores around the globe waiting to reserve the Model 3 pushed TSLA stock up about two percent in afternoon trading, despite the fact that production isn’t scheduled to begin until 2017. Early reports suggest that Model 3 reservations will amount to billions of dollars in short order for Tesla, highlighting the viability of an affordable, innovative approach to automotive development.

While a $35,000 sticker price for a Tesla Model 3 has car buyers lining up, it’s far from the most affordable impending entry into the American automotive market. The Elio Motors vehicle has a targeted base price of just $6,800. According to the company’s website, this unmatched affordability, when paired with an estimated fuel economy of up to 84 miles per gallon, has already enticed more than 51,280 individuals to make a deposit on the sleek two-seater.

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Alternet Systems, Inc.’s (ALYI) Big Data Division Helps Clients to the Cloud

Yesterday, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) filed its Annual Report (10-K) for the year ended December 31, 2015, with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which set out the background for the company’s present focus on big data. 2015 was a turning point for Alternet Systems. The company ‘decided to cease pursuing digital currency opportunities due to the market collapse for digital currencies.’ Its 10-K cited the lack of a clear regulatory framework, the entrance of ‘major players’ in the field and the volatility of digital assets such as Bitcoin as some of the risks and challenges in the digital currency space. Going forward, Alternet Systems will focus on data analytic tools and services for the telecommunications and financial services industries. To this end, earlier this year, the company announced the launch of its Data Analytics Division, expanding its portfolio of existing digital commerce technologies.

In a recent press release, 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 into the burgeoning big data analytics sector… 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.”

In April 2015, the company, through subsidiary Alternet Payment Solutions, LLC (APS), signed an agreement with R4 Technologies, LLC (R4) to market and promote R4’s purpose-built cloud platform for micro-segment data, insight and engagement to help brands leverage data and automate yield optimization. APS is to partner with R4 across Latin America and the Caribbean. R4 Technologies, according to a page ( on the IBM website, ‘is the first company to make data science available through a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for business users who are interested in using saas analytics to increase revenue and profitability. R4 uses an algorithmic approach to revenue yield management to find growth hidden in massive amounts of data and then programmatically align product, channel and promotions.’

Big data is the next big thing in the digital arena. It involves the provision of solutions to solve three major challenges in information technology that have come to be known as the ‘three Vs’, including volume, variety and velocity. The first challenge is coping with the enormous amounts of data being generated on a continual basis. Data volume is now measured in petabytes (250 bytes) instead of terabytes (240 bytes). quoted ( ‘Michael Chui, principal at McKinsey (as saying) that the U.S. Library of Congress “had collected 235 terabytes of data by April 2011 and a petabyte is more than four times that.”’

The variety of data is also multiplying as web logs, social media interactions, ecommerce transactions, financial transactions and other sources, each sometimes in a different format, proliferate. Velocity in the generation and hunger for this data has become gargantuan. According to internet live stats (, ‘when Google was founded in September 1998, it was serving 10,000 search queries per day’ now it ‘processes over 40,000 search queries every second ’.

Alternet’s partnership with R4 Technologies and its cloud platform builds a strong foundation for Alternet’s Data Analytics Division. The company’s aim to provide data analytics as a SaaS product has as much potential as the cloud-computing SaaS service offered by Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), which has grown into a $6.7 billion dollar business.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Helps Parents Make Healthy Living a Lifestyle, Not a Trend


Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTCQB: GIGL) is currently the top kid- and parent-friendly restaurant company in Los Angeles. What’s not to love about a play space that offers fun activities that promote exercise along with food that is nutritious and delicious? Parents can choose to sit on the outskirts of the 6,000 square foot restaurants to enjoy themselves while their children roam free inside the play area. Not just for dinner and after school, Giggles N’ Hugs also offers fantastically themed parties for every occasion that are sure to please even the most stubborn of children. Parents can also be confident that their children will always receive natural and healthy menu items at Giggles N’ Hugs, because its restaurants are already ahead of the growing organic trend that is sweeping fast food chains.

It seems that the natural and organic food trend might stay around for a while longer. Global sales of healthy food products are estimated to reach $17 trillion by 2017. In an article on Forbes, James Russo, SVP of global consumer insights at Nielsen, stated, “While economic concerns continue to remain in the forefront for consumers, health and wellness concerns continue to increase in importance.” He explains that the idea of using food to manage health issues instead of instantly grabbing medication could be the source of this organic food burst. That said, more and more food chains are starting to pay attention to their menus so that consumers and their families have the option of eating healthier.

With more natural food options comes the opportunity for parents to become role models for their children earlier in terms of eating healthy. If children see their parents eating organic, natural foods, they will follow suit. That’s where Giggles N’ Hugs comes in. The restaurant chain is fully stocked with locally sourced, hormone-free, and organic foods that make up a menu filled with a variety of delicious options. Adults can get wraps, salads, sandwiches, and pasta, while children can get favorites like mac n’ cheese, mini hot dogs, cheeseburgers, and pizza. Giggles N’ Hugs even has its own “Mom’s Tricky Treat Sauce” that hides pureed vegetables in otherwise unhealthy meals like pizza and pasta. For example, the cheesy mac n’ cheese is filled with pureed butternut squash, while pizza and spaghetti sauces are laced with pureed spinach. No one can tell the difference!

With parents increasingly aware of what’s in the food their children are eating comes the realization that buying natural and nutritious food should be a lifestyle, not a trend. Children should learn at a young age that healthy eating doesn’t necessarily mean sacrificing on taste. Giggles N’ Hugs is the perfect catalyst for jumpstarting young children down a healthier eating path with its tasty menu filled with vegetables and whole-grains. The already successful restaurant intends to continue delivering high-end food options to families with the expectation of expanding across the United States.

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International Stem Cell Corporation (ISCO) Offers Business Update and Year-End Financial Results

Before the opening bell, International Stem Cell Corporation (OTCQB: ISCO) provided a business update and announced its fourth quarter and year-end financial results for the period ended December 31, 2015. Through wholly-owned subsidiaries Lifeline Skin Care and Lifeline Cell Technology, the company increased its operating income by 65 percent to $1.67 million during 2015, as compared to $1.01 million in 2014. This increase, which also included an eight percent rise in total revenues, was attributed to a 15 percent spike in sales through Lifeline Cell Technology. Lifeline Cell Technology is expected to continue gaining momentum in the months to come following the recent launch of its new nano-compound products, which have been shown to induce the production of elastin and collagen without the toxic characteristics of retinoic acid.

This strong financial performance set the stage for ISCO’s progress toward the development of its innovative human parthenogenetic stem cells-derived neural stem cells, as described by its CEO and co-chairman, Andrey Semechkin, PhD.

“2015 was a milestone year for ISCO,” he stated in the news release. “We made significant progress in our corporate priorities and received authorization by the Therapeutics Goods Administration in Australia to initiate a Phase I dose escalation clinical trial of human parthenogenetic stem cells-derived neural stem cells (ISC-hpNSC®) in patients with moderate to severe Parkinson’s disease (PD). In addition to Parkinson’s, our scientists are currently evaluating other therapeutic indications based on our stem cell technology platform.”

After receiving approval to begin clinical trials of ISC-hpNSC for the treatment of Parkinson’s in Australia, ISCO entered into a master clinical research agreement with the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, one of the world’s leading brain research centers, covering a phase I clinical study. With this arrangement in place, the company commenced enrollment for its clinical trial in early March, and it expects to provide interim results from the study as early as October 2016.

ISCO will look to build on its recent progress moving forward in 2016. In addition to completing dosing in its phase I clinical study and reporting preliminary efficacy and safety clinical trial results, the company aims to report on the results of animal studies examining the efficacy of ISC-hpNSC as a treatment for stroke, as well as animal study results of a novel therapy using a patient’s own cells to combat osteoarthritis.

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Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) Registered Dietitian Featured in Article on The Daily Meal Website

The Daily Meal ran the article “Nutritionists Suggest Cooking With These 12 Ingredients to Boost Energy” on its website and included Tory Tedrow’s commentary, which you can find on slide seven. Her role and affiliation with Content Checked Holdings (OTCQB: CNCK) is clearly mentioned with a link back to the company’s website. Ms. Tedrow, RD, CNSC is a registered dietitian with the company.

There’s no way around it: Diet is directly responsible for a large portion of your energy level. You can caffeinate and catnap as much as you want, but without making nutritious food choices, sustained energy just isn’t feasible.

When looking for such energy, certain foods function more effectively than others. We’ve reached out to nutritionists in order to identify the best ingredients and modes of eating to keep your body full of energy throughout the entire day.

“Lentils are a protein-packed, iron-rich food,” says Tory Tedrow, RD, CNSC at ContentChecked. “Iron is needed to create the oxygen-transporting protein hemoglobin. When people don’t eat enough iron, they develop iron deficiency anemia and experience symptoms such as general fatigue, weakness, and shortness of breath due to the lack of oxygen in their body. Combine iron-rich foods [such as lentils] with foods high in vitamin C, such as oranges, to maximize iron absorption.”

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Lingo Media Corporation (LMDCF) (LM:CA) Bolsters ELL Technologies Team with Strategic Hire

March 30, 2016

Earlier today, Lingo Media Corporation (OTCQB: LMDCF) (TSX-V: LM) announced the hiring of Luis Ortiz. Ortiz joins the company’s ELL Technologies division as director of sales, Latin America. He brings more than two decades of sales and sales management experience in the pivotal Latin American region to the Lingo team, having previously delivered significant sales growth for employers such as Wi-LAN Inc. (NASDAQ: WILN) and SMART Technologies (NASDAQ: SMT). Moving forward, the company expects this industry insight and sales expertise to play an important role in helping deliver its cutting-edge suite of English language training solutions to channel partners, distributors and direct sales clients throughout Latin America.

“We are very pleased to have such an experienced professional join the ELL Technologies team. Luis brings tremendous talent and a deep understanding of how to build out sales channels in Latin America,” Gali Bar-Ziv, chief operating officer of Lingo Media, stated in this morning’s news release. “We are confident that Luis will provide great value to our prospects and customers.”

Ortiz’s track record in Latin America is impressive. With SMART Technologies, a world leader in simple and intuitive solutions that enable more natural collaboration, Ortiz developed and implemented a successful channel program for Latin America that drove regional sales increases of 100 percent per year from 2005 to 2013, during which time SMART established a strategic foothold in 17 countries throughout the region. He also played a key role in the negotiation of the largest education technology contract ever awarded by the federal government of Mexico.

“I am very excited to join the ELL Technologies team. The current and upcoming solutions offered by the company are market-leading technologies that become more relevant as the Latin American education market grows,” Ortiz stated in the news release. “These solutions represent an outstanding revenue opportunity for distributors and I look forward to driving sales growth by increasing and strengthening our distributor network in the region.”

The addition of Ortiz to the ELL Technologies team comes just weeks after Lingo, through its subsidiary, announced completion of development for its ‘ELL Studio’ speech recognition and pronunciation mobile app, which is expected to be available on both Android and iOS devices. Using this app, language learners will be able to practice their spoken English on their mobile devices in any setting. The company plans to launch ‘ELL Studio’ in the second quarter of this year as a free tool for current subscribers of ELL Technologies’ courses.

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Moxian, Inc. (MOXC): Social Media is a Necessity for Small Businesses, Too

Despite the growing popularity of social media, and our dependency on sites like Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) for information, some businesses have still been hesitant to jump aboard. There’s skepticism around its effectiveness for local small businesses, which is one reason companies such as Moxian, Inc. (OTCQB: MOXC) have tailored their business models to be more small and medium business friendly. We see huge brands like Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO), Nike (NYSE: NKE) and Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) using social media with great success, but what about the average coffee shop around the corner or a non-celebrity dentist? Can they use social media to grow their businesses in 2016?

The answer is an astounding yes. Social media allows smaller-sized companies to compete against some of the larger companies and reach more customers. There are plenty of stats that showcase just how powerful social media is for businesses of all sizes. Here are some powerful numbers that make it more than evident that social media is the way to go in 2016, according to a survey on

  • 63 percent of millennials say they stay updated on brands through social networks
  • 46 percent of millennials rely on social media when making purchase online
  • 89 percent of 18-29 year olds are active on social media
  • Marketers spent an estimated $8.3 billion on social media advertising in 2015
  • 78 percent of companies now say they have dedicated social media teams

Social media has crossed over from being a tool that only forward-thinking companies should use. These stats show that social media marketing has become a necessity just like paid ads, flyers and other “traditional” marketing efforts. In order to compete today, businesses can’t afford not to be active on social media.

Moxian engages in the business of providing social marketing and promotion platforms designed to help merchants accelerate and advertise their business growth through social media. These products and services enable merchants to run targeted advertising campaigns and promotions, and aim to enhance the interaction between users and merchant clients by using consumer behavior data compiled from the Moxian database of user activities. The company has two primary core products: Moxian+ User App and Moxian+ Business App.

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Immune Therapeutics, Inc. (IMUN) Steadfast in Efforts Leveraging the Body’s Immune System on Continent of Africa

Immune Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: IMUN) is positioned as a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on manufacturing, marketing and distributing novel patented therapies to fight chronic, life-threatening diseases. The company achieves this by way of the activation and modulation of the body’s immune system. Immune Therapeutics’ technology platform is built on two different immunotherapies, Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) and Methionine-Enkephalin (MENK). These therapies have required decades to develop thanks to work at institutions like the Pennsylvania State University Medical School at Hershey, the State University of New York, the University of Chicago, and the Multiple Sclerosis Center at UCSF. Spearheading efforts at these institutions were Dr. Nicholas Plotnikoff, Dr. Jaquelyn McCandless, Dr. Jill Smith, Dr. Ronald Herberman, Dr. Bernard Bihari, Ian S. Zagon, and Patricia McLaughlin.

Over the previous two years, IMUN has funneled its resources toward acquiring regulatory approval in emerging and developing nations for LDN, marketed under the brand name Lodonal™. Lodonal™ is considered a highly innovative immunotherapy for the treatment of HIV/AIDS, opportunistic infections, cancer and autoimmune diseases. The company’s proprietary Opiate and T Cell Receptor technology leverages the body’s immune system for identifying and killing diseased cells.

It has become widely known that African countries endure the greatest disease burden on the planet, with HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria being the highest threats. In addition to the burden developing nations are now experiencing, there is the additional burden of a rise in non-communicable diseases, including cancer, diabetes and inflammatory disease. Despite drugs being readily available in developing nations, the drugs are often too expensive and difficult to administer and cause significant side effects.

LDN is viewed as a solution to these problems. Existing treatments for cancer, HIV/AIDS, and autoimmune disease suppress the body’s immune system, while Lodonal (LDN) is an immune modulator used to rebalance or stimulate the immune system. The result is an improved quality of life for those who are inflicted with these diseases. The biggest treatment hurdle in developing nations is an inability to administer chemotherapy to people whose immune systems have been compromised. IMUN’s platform offsets this challenge by delivering affordable medications that are easy to administer.

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Monaker Group (MKGI) to Capture Alternative Lodging Market Share via Preferred Distributor Deal with

March 29, 2016

By all accounts the hotel industry today is witnessing a period of sustained growth amid the efflorescence of travel industry technologies and options for consumers, with positive indicators up across the board that range from baseline metrics such as occupancy, to the average daily rate, and revenue per available room. The outlook through this May for the top 25 North American markets looks to be up by around 2.5 percent when it comes to committed occupancy (based on group commitments and individual reservations) compared to the same period in the previous year, according to TravelClick, the well-known revenue generating solutions provider that helps hotels navigate the chaotic sea of online reservations.

The success of sharing economy-centric players such as Airbnb, which surpassed rival HomeAway last year to have the biggest roster of vacation rental listings at over 1.2 million, has prompted many within the travel industry to predict an inevitable intersection with traditional markets, from brick and mortar-focused big boys like Wyndham Worldwide (NYSE: WYN), to tech-driven consumer facilitators like Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE), Priceline Group (NASDAQ: PCLN) and Tripadvisor (NASDAQ: TRIP), or even new entrants like peer-to-peer marketplace innovators such as FlexWeek (OTC: FXWK), which has developed a unique platform to harness the underserved timeshare segment that allows timeshare owners to discover, book and offer unused vacation time directly to the public or other owners. A handful of companies today are truly poised to exploit the sharing economy sea-change and the impact of the growing alternative lodging segment, but the potential rewards for those who do are substantial to say the least.

Little surprise then that Monaker Group (OTCQB: MKGI), the established travel industry player with over six decades in operational leisure travel and a family of diverse industry-enabling companies under its belt, today announced plans to add as a preferred distributor for its growing portfolio of travel products. This is a smart move for Monaker, which has built up quite a presence in the alternative lodging segment and continues to be recognized as a trailblazer in such areas as land and tour escorted vacation packages thanks to its Maupintour brand, which gained worldwide esteem back in the late 50’s as the first company to arrange tourism into the Soviet Union after World War II. actually approached Monaker on behalf of its members in order to obtain access to the company’s sizable inventory of alternative lodging, escorted tours and other products, and with Maupintour, in particular, enjoying the highest repeat rate in the industry among travelers, this synergistic marriage is clearly a match made in heaven for both MKGI and

Monaker is something of a developing juggernaut within the industry, with companies such as its flagship, which developed one of the industry’s first booking engines to feature alternative lodging alongside a comprehensive list spanning airlines, cruises, hotels, rental cars, tours, and concierge services, as well as Monaker’s travel, home and lifestyle products/services private savings club, known as Home & Away Club. Monaker also offers Voyage TV, which boasts an incredible library consisting of thousands of hours of travel footage from over 30 countries across the globe. Another major component is Monaker’s RealBiz Media Group, a sophisticated digital media and marketing company focused on the real estate industry, which has over twenty imaging technology-centric patents for real estate platforms and an exclusive agreement with, as well as a preferred supplier arrangement with Realogy (NYSE: RLGY) for virtual tours.

Chairman and CEO of MKGI Bill Kerby couldn’t contain his excitement at the prospect of sharing the company’s mounting inventory with, which he praised as a highly unique travel club provider within the industry before going on to tout its founder, Mike Putman, on account of his success in building up numerous large and successful travel companies. Kerby was quite pleased to be on-board for Putman’s latest expedition and anticipates not only mutual user base growth as a result of the deal, but significantly beneficial business opportunities for MKGI in the long run as well.

With over a century of combined travel industry experience behind it, is poised to become a major fixture of the evolving travel industry landscape, acting as a one-stop shop for travel club platforms and solutions. employs a highly tailored approach when it comes to providing travel benefits to its members, such as discounts and assistance on everything from cruises and hotels to event tickets. Facts which subsequently make an ideal partner for Monaker moving forward, especially when it comes to gobbling up market share in the rapidly-emerging $100 billion-plus alternative lodging segment, which is on track to hit upwards of $169 billion within the next three years alone, according to a new report published by Research and Markets.

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Agora Holdings (AGHI) Develops TECH – a Workflow Management Software for Small- to Medium-Sized Businesses

Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) dominate the video on demand market. forecasts the video on demand market to grow from $25.3 billion in 2014 to $61.4 billion in 2019, achieving a compound annual growth rate of 19.4 percent during the forecast period. In terms of regions, North America is expected to be the biggest market of revenue contribution, while the Asia-Pacific region, the Middle East and Africa are all expected to experience increased market traction during the forecast period. Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), together with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Geegle Media, is leading a diversified family entertainment and media enterprise through business segments which include TV on Demand, interactive media, business products and consumer platforms. With its multi-dimensional approach, Geegle Media supports Agora Holdings’ mission to deliver innovative and high-quality business solution products and video content from around the world.

Workflow management software is a key cog in the video on demand industry. Efficiency and maximizing productivity are big points to consider when deciding what type of workflow management software to choose. In a recent press release (, Agora Holdings announced the development of TECH, a workflow management software for small- to medium-sized companies.

Geegle Media has finished its development of TECH, a workflow management system whose objective is simplified task assignment and more efficient project management. TECH’s users – cable companies and its technicians, for instance – are able to receive, accept, assign, and reassign work orders received from their customers and clients. Dan Terziev, CEO of Geegle Media, helmed the project. With a masters in telecommunications and experience at both Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) and Rogers, Terziev has experienced first-hand the value of streamlining workflow processes in the cable and telecommunications industry.

“It’s a product seven months in the making. Its objective is to simplify everyday processes, eliminate unnecessary paperwork, scale up productivity and make for better client-customer service,” Terziev stated in a recent news release.

TECH acts as a work team’s central hub for task management. Lines of communication are always open, as tasks can be assigned and tracked at anytime, from anywhere. Assigned workers can view the details of the job, i.e., make a delivery to a customer, make a technical support visit or complete paperwork for a client. Users are able to comment about the work and note its completion for the employer and customer to see.

Serving as a virtual workspace, TECH pulls together scattered team efforts while increasing visibility, team productivity and accountability of workers by showing what’s being worked on, who’s working on what and how much time it took. Putting work orders through this internal system improves planning, organization and efficiency, as it locates worker availabilities, strategically re-assigns work, and tracks task progress.

For employers, TECH provides valuable data insight on employee performance and customer needs. Looking forward, future versions of TECH are expected to allow for team chat and the ability to gather feedback from supervisors and team members in real time. The product has been tested as working with several technicians already using the software. Companies are able to use the software by licensing it for $100/month. Also, they may open the software in test mode for a smaller monthly fee to begin creating and executing tasks. Interest has already been garnered from three cable companies to license the application. Contracts have been sent out, and Geegle Operations are awaiting their go-ahead.

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) Focused on Bringing Clean Energy to Corners of the World with Greatest Need

Over one-third of people in the world start life without access to electricity and clean fuels for cooking, heating and lighting. United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon was one of them, studying at night by a dim oil lamp as a boy in 1950s post-war Korea. He now sees energy as “the golden thread that connects economic growth, social equity, and environmental sustainability.”

Dominovas Energy Corp. (OTCQB: DNRG) is one company that funnels all of its efforts at delivering clean energy to the places on Earth that need it most. The company builds shareholder value by taking advantage of opportunities which promote “NextGen” clean energy – an efficient, solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology. Widely known in energy industry circles as the RUBICON™, this trademark was designed by scientist and engineer, Shamiul Islam, PhD, in coordination and collaboration with the engineering prowess of AVL List, Gmbh.

With the pace of progress toward clean energy in third world counties lagging behind the urgent need, Dominovas Energy sees a market filled with upside for its shareholders. Global concerns about energy security, climate change, and air pollution are pushing demand for fuel cell technology. Reports from Fuel Cells 2000 indicate that over 630 companies and laboratories in the United States are investing over $1 billion a year in fuel cells or fuel cell component technologies. Telecom companies, major grocery chains, distributors, hotels, manufacturers, and other market segments implementing fuel cell systems are finding them to be quite efficient and cost effective.

DNRG is an energy solutions company that endeavors to deliver clean, efficient and reliable electricity to areas of the world that lack this much sought-after commodity on a multi-megawatt scale. Recognizing the incredible growth and profit opportunities of the green and alternative energy markets, Dominovas Energy crafted a sustainable deployment model, and, in so doing, carved out a leadership position in the alternative green energy solutions provider space. Notably, while Dominovas Energy provides “alternative green energy solutions,” its power generation capability make-up is not built by using traditional standards of energy generation. Subsequently, the company delivers “primary” power to its clients.

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Giggles N’ Hugs (GIGL) is a Fast Casual that Takes Food Safety Seriously


When it comes to fast casuals, Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) is the cream floating to the top. Its restaurants are located in the best locations in Los Angeles. There’s one at Westfield Mall in Century City on Santa Monica Boulevard; there’s another at Westfield Topanga Shopping Center in Woodland Hills, Canoga Park; and there’s a third at the Glendale Galleria. Its clientele reads like a list of who’s who. Victoria Beckham has been spotted at one restaurant with her 4-year-old daughter, Harper. Heidi Klum has dined at another with her 10-year-old, Henry. Halle Berry has taken Nahla, her 8-year-old daughter, with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry to have fun at the third. And, according to the site BEYONCÉ TRIBE ITALIA ‘Beyoncé, Jay & Blue (were) spotted at Giggles N’ Hugs in LA’ ( last month.

This is not surprising. A fast casual restaurant like Giggles N’ Hugs has all of the upscale features associated with fine dining that would attract Hollywood royalty, except that its restaurants escape the formality of dressing up to go there. Also, Giggles N’ Hugs is unique in that its entire rationale revolves around allowing parents to dine while they enjoy the companionship of their kids without having the pressure of fussing over them. The design of the Giggles N’ Hugs restaurants is intended to create a fun, casual, family atmosphere where children can interact with parents and each other and where everyone enjoys freshly prepared, organic, nutritious and reasonably priced meals. Founder and present CEO, Joey Parsi, started the company in 2007 after he and his wife, Dorsa, realized there were no eating places that catered to the special needs of parents with young children. Consequently, the three family-friendly restaurants all have play areas for children 10 years and younger. The restaurants also feature daily live entertainment and shows.

Fast casuals are the fastest growing segment of the restaurant business. They embody a new concept that aims to combine elements of quick serve establishments, such as lower prices and faster service, with full-service restaurant features, such as quality service, better food and more sophisticated atmosphere and décor. The concept is thought to have been pioneered by Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG), which opened its first restaurant back in 1993. Now, Chipotle is a mammoth enterprise with close to 2,000 restaurants and, according to its latest 10-K filing for the year to December 31, 2015, $4.5 billion in revenues.

Compared to Chipotle, Giggles N’ Hugs is doing okay. For one, it hasn’t been, like Chipotle, plagued with food-safety disasters. Last year was a particularly trying year for Chipotle. It has had seven reported food-safety incidents over the past nine months. There was an outbreak of E. coli in July 2015, norovirus in August 2015, salmonella in August 2015, E. coli in October 2015, E. coli in November 2015, and norovirus in December 2015, as well as the more recent March 2016 norovirus outbreak. Joey Parsi is having none of that. He has said:

“We take food safety seriously, which is how we have maintained an “A” grade health inspection score since opening nine years ago. All food and equipment is inspected daily prior to opening, and continually throughout the shift, to ensure freshness and temperature levels are optimal.”

Giggles N’ Hugs also has better store averages than Chipotle, which has seen average restaurant sales rise from just over $400,000 at the end of 2007 to a high of $648,500 at the end of June 2015, as an analysis of its SEC filings reveals. That average has since declined, because of the food scares, to $496,300 at the end of 2015. In contrast, Giggles N’ Hugs’ average restaurant revenues are around $850,000, a level Chipotle has never reached. Essentially, Chipotle’s revenues are big, because their restaurant count is big. Giggles N’ Hugs’ last 10-Q filing shows revenues of $2,650,290 for the nine months ending September 27, 2015, which, annualized, translates into average restaurant revenues of close to $1.2M.

Giggles N’ Hugs is also planning expansion. According to the SmallCapNetwork (, ‘the company aims to have 12 units up and running by the end of 2017.’ Recently, it engaged the investment bank Chardan Capital Markets and aims to raise $5 million through a 506(c) offering. Giggles N’ Hugs is in the enviable position of having an extensive choice of locations since it is such a magnet for mall foot traffic. The company is presently negotiating with the top four U.S. mall owners, who are ‘yearning’ to have Giggles N’ Hugs in their malls and are prepared to offer cash upfront to fund between 60 and 70 percent of opening costs. Looks like Giggles N’ Hugs could be the next Chipotle, without the bad food episodes.

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Halitron, Inc. (HAON) Completes Fourth Acquisition of 2016

Before the opening bell, Halitron, Inc. (OTC: HAON) announced the acquisition of ArchivalPhotoPages, a leading direct marketing brand focused on the sale of archival-grade scrapbooking supplies. As part of an asset acquisition, Halitron acquired a customer list totaling over 148,600 customers, the website and a library of digital artwork files to be utilized for print and email blast campaigns. The company also acquired equipment, molds and dies, raw materials, finished goods and the valuable know-how within a talented management team and employee base to produce goods with high quality at low cost.

“ArchivalPhotoPages competes in a very large market with loyal customers and provides the path for us to capitalize on the fast-growing digital scrapbooking space,” Bernard Findley, chief executive officer of Halitron, stated in this morning’s news release. “We are actively evaluating digital scrapbooking and how we can leverage our current customer base with new products; especially digital life-story products like Facebook, Instagram,, and”

The company acquired the ArchivalPhotoPages brand from Plastic Retail Displays, LLC for a total purchase price of $1,684,606, with $316,491 paid via short-term note and $1,368,114 paid through the issuance of 195,444,903 shares of restricted common stock valued at $0.007 per share, which was the close price on March 28, 2016. Following this acquisition and including its current pipeline of acquisitions, Halitron is on a run rate to generate over $10 million in sales over the next three years.

Halitron’s acquisition of ArchivalPhotoPages marks its seventh acquisition since 2015, as well as its fourth acquisition in 2016. Since the beginning of this year, the company has acquired PRD Holdings, Inc., a Mexico-based manufacturing asset; PiecesInPlaces, a leading brand in the design and manufacture of document enclosures and archival grade photo pages and albums; ArchivalMuseumSupplies, a leader in the design and manufacture of archival-grade storage products and supplies; and, now, ArchivalPhotoPages. Halitron’s portfolio also includes NDG Holdings Inc., a digital marketing firm acquired in January 2015.

Look for Halitron to continue executing on its aggressive M&A strategy moving forward. The company’s management team is actively seeking out additional acquisitions to roll into its infrastructure in order to better leverage the foundation that has been created through its previous acquisitions. Halitron targets operating entities that can either benefit from its current operating infrastructure or operate autonomously and offer an additional product or service to scale existing operations.

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Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (SMRS) Takes a Closer Look at Potential “Gold Mines”

Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (OTC: SMRS) focuses its efforts on acquiring mineral properties that have both high and valuable output potential. The company intends to grow by cultivating and consolidating mining claims, historic mines, mineral leases, and producing mines. Star Mountain Resources believes that the business climate is favorable for the low-cost acquisition of high value mineral properties. For example, its Balmat zinc mine acquisition will help the company move from junior explorer to active producer with its high output and the rising value of zinc. Through sample analysis and historical data, Star Mountain Resources will continue to carefully select these high potential mines for valuable precious minerals.

When precious metal mining companies investigate an area, they look for certain geological markers that signal a deposit. From studies of magnetic data in the Star Mining District of southern Utah, Star Mountain Resources recognized that there were significant contact zones that most likely yielded desired metals. Contact zones are areas of sediment, like limestone or dolomite, which had contact with cooling magma for thousands of years. During that cooling period, chemical reactions occurred that resulted in the accumulation of metallic ores like iron, tungsten, silver, gold, and zinc. In other words, the extreme pressure and heat from the magma washed away minerals from the sediment and replaced them with new, valuable ones. That calcium-rich rock is called skarn, a promising marker for mining companies if present.

Star Mountain Resources analyzes core samples and large outcrops of bedrock that have risen to the surface for indicators of what lies beneath. It also uses data from historical mines to further interpret its findings. The company then estimates how much skarn is underground, which can prompt further onsite testing. Currently, Star Mountain Resources operates the Chopar Project in the Star Mining district, which has high potential of gold and silver within a concentrated amount of skarn. The company states that the “presence of skarn mineralization in outcrop, in historic mines, and in drill cones and chins is encouraging.” Plus, southern Utah offers favorable conditions to mining operations with its mild climate and railroad accessibility.

Only with careful consideration and pre-sample analysis does Star Mountain Resources decide to move forward with a mining operation. This attention to data affords the company fewer risks with new ventures. By continuing this meticulous approach, the company aims to continue advancing through the precious minerals industry by acquiring valuable assets.

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert March 28

Yesterday, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Direct Insite Corp. (DIRI) and DLH Holdings (DLHC), both of which gained more than 10 percent for the day.

DIRI made a huge move into the close today on no news, but the move was likely due to the recent Q4 and FY 2015 earnings release. DIRI reported earnings on March 22 with a conference call following the release. The company reported profits of $216,000 for the fourth quarter, which were up 423% in comparison to last year’s fourth quarter.

DIRI’s current Bowser Rating is at 8 and is lagging due to the recent decrease in sales and lack of an impressive long-term earnings trend. You may consider entering a position, but know that this is a speculative stock that is subject to huge swings in share price.

DIRI had about 20,000 shares bought at the end of the trading day and only 2,000 shares sold. This buying pressure is most likely due to the recent positive earnings release. Many investors like to liquidate their investments prior to earnings releases and then reenter afterwards. Therefore, DIRI popped due to either investors taking a liking to the stock after the positive earnings release or investors reentering their previously sold position.

DLHC jumped on large volume today with no news. The stock is up almost 30% in the past month.

Currently above $3 per share, DLHC is no longer in buying range as a Bowser company. Those who currently have positions should continue to follow the Game Plan.

DLHC has had a phenomenal year, up more than 100%. And, it seems that the company has more in the tank, as it continues posting good financials.

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Can Giggles N’ Hugs (GIGL) help Revive Mall Traffic?

March 28, 2016


The king of retail for decades, the death of shopping malls was proclaimed as online shopping soared. Death predictions for brick and mortar malls are a bit premature, but in the battle of clicks vs. bricks, the clicks are taking an ever-increasing chunk of brick and mortar business. Online shopping was less than 2% of all retail in 2004 but by 2013 e-commerce accounted for 6% of all retail sales in the U.S., and e-commerce growth dwarfs that of brick and mortar.

Recent stats show that malls are now suffering their greatest level of vacancies since the over-building boom of the ‘70s. Vacancy rates hover around 35% in over 200 different shopping malls nationwide. Over the next decade, many of America’s shopping malls will fail, and only upscale shopping centers with high-end anchors are expected to survive.

Maybe that’s why Westfield Corporation (OTC: WEFIF), one of the largest mall owners and operators in the world, wants to expand their existing partnership with Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTCQB: GIGL). Anchored in upscale malls, Giggles N’ Hugs is a one-of-a-kind restaurant chain that combines active, cutting-edge play and entertainment for children with high-end, healthy organic food. A true family destination, Giggles N’ Hugs provides an upscale, family-friendly atmosphere with a play area that children absolutely love. Nightly entertainment with magic shows, concerts, puppet shows, face painting, play areas, party packages and high-quality fresh local foods makes Giggles N’ Hugs the place families want to go to do something special.

In a letter to the Giggles N’ Hugs management team, a Westfield Corporation executive recently stated, “Based on the performance we have seen from Giggles N’ Hugs contributing to the overall family foot traffic, making the kids corridor a vibrant part of the mall, as well as helping us turn both Century City and Topanga malls into major family destinations, we know there is more business to do with your Company. Westfield is thrilled to have Giggles N’ Hugs as a tenant and would like to strengthen our relationship with Giggles N’ Hugs by having more locations in our shopping centers and airports.”

Shopping malls as major family destinations? Increased family foot traffic? Vibrant corridors? No wonder Westfield already offers Giggles N’ Hugs up to 75% rent discounts and up to 50% of buildout costs and now wants to expand the existing partnership by offering Giggles N’ Hugs its entire worldwide portfolio of malls for consideration for future locations.

Giggles N’ Hugs not only puts smiles on the faces of families, but also, for a change, mall owners are smiling. With significant international franchisee interest and a target of 12 company-owned stores within two years, Giggles N’ Hugs could make investors smile, too.

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Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) Carves Niche in Explosive Sector

Technology-driven Monaker Group (OTCQB: MKGI) is rapidly building a presence in the travel and alternative lodging marketplace with Travel and tourism are among the world’s largest industries, and alternative lodging is the fastest growing sector in this $1.25 trillion market. is the first comprehensive booking solution to include conventional lodging, alternative lodging, and unused timeshare and resort inventory all in one place. The technology allows consumers to search and book across multiple platforms in real-time. By combining all travel services, including airlines, cruises, tour packages, and rental cars, the NextTrip site allows consumers to research, plan and book any vacation without needing to use multiple sites. NextTrip is fast approaching one million alternative lodging unit inventory and will soon rival industry peers Airbnb and HomeAway for unit inventory.

In addition to, Monaker Group is also the parent to Maupintour and Voyage TV. In business for 65 years, Maupintour still leads the tourism industry in the creation of outstanding, unique itineraries and has the highest repeat rate in the industry. Maupintour’s upscale luxury services create a unique blend with the various product offerings of NextTrip.

Voyage TV has thousands of hours of travel footage shot in over 30 countries worldwide. These 15,000 video clips of hotels, resorts, cruise, and destination activities are a treasure trove for vacation travel marketing.

Through strategic partnerships and acquisitions, Monaker is now positioned to be a major player in the travel and alternative lodging sector. In just the last six months, Monaker:

  • Acquired one of the largest and most popular online rental marketplaces with over six million monthly visitors and 65,000 listed properties
  • Partnered with to market Maupintour luxury travel, which will be actively promoted by uBid to its roughly six million customers
  • Acquired an internet-based, real-time specialty booking engine to consolidate unused timeshare, fractional, and other specialty lodging rooms for rent. Consumers will be able to book these properties in real-time at significant discounts
  • Launched the proprietary booking engine
  • Partnered with International Travel Organization to market Monaker’s travel brands and products through its 20,000+ travel agents

If Monaker continues on this path and achieves just a small portion of the valuation given to its peers in the industry, investors could be in for the vacation of a lifetime.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) – Investing in Opportunities for Smart Growth


As a young company, Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTCQB: GIGL) frequently has its eye on smart, continuous growth. Over the course of the last year, the company streamlined its operations, markedly improved its margins and increased year-over-year sales. This year, Giggles N’ Hugs intends to build on its 2015 achievements by taking advantage of even more opportunities to invest in its growth.

Giggles N’ Hugs occupies a desirable position in the restaurant world. It is the first restaurant operator to bring together high-end, organic food with active, cutting-edge play and entertainment for children. It owns and operates one restaurant in the Westfield Mall in Century City, another in the Westfield Topanga shopping center in Woodland Hills, and a third in the Glendale Galleria in Glendale, California. Due to their proximity to Hollywood, the Giggles N’ Hugs restaurants count among their clientele many of America’s celebrity kids and parents, including Dennis Quaid, Mark Wahlberg, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ellen Pompeo. Owing to their location, these restaurants have a remarkable ability to generate foot traffic.

Likewise, the experience that Giggles N’ Hugs offers in each of its restaurants is a hard-to-resist draw. Every location offers an upscale, adult- and kid-friendly atmosphere with a dedicated, custom-made 2,000 square-foot play area that children aged 10 and younger tend to love. All-day activities (e.g. karaoke and face painting) and nightly entertainment (e.g. magic and puppet shows) are included in the company’s offerings. Plus, families that wish to host special occasions for their kids can hire Giggles N’ Hugs to throw one of its popular themed parties in their homes or at one of the company-owned restaurants.

Giggles N’ Hugs’ three locations are said to be three of the many reasons for the company’s success – and investing in more locations seems to be a great path going forward. A short while ago, the company engaged Chardan Capital, an investment bank, in its growth efforts. Giggles N’ Hugs tasked the bank with seeking out and raising capital, so it could expand to additional locations throughout the U.S.

A second, major growth initiative that the company is considering is the launch of a vast franchising program. Over the years, Giggles N’ Hugs has received numerous inquiries from interested parties looking to replicate its concept and success around the world. It has caught the eye of several of the nation’s largest mall landlords, including Westfield Corp. (OTC: WEFIF), which has offered its entire portfolio of malls for Giggles N’ Hugs to consider for its future locations. Westfield, in particular, is also offering the company a tenant allowance that would noticeably cut opening and rent costs, a very attractive proposition.

In building on recent achievements and promising opportunities, Giggles N’ Hugs seems well-placed to execute its 2016 growth initiatives.

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Halitron, Inc. (HAON) Leveraging Proven Roll-Up M&A Strategy

Roll-ups are back now that Bernard Findley, chief executive officer of Halitron, Inc. (OTC: HAON), is in the driver’s seat. Making its first appearance back in the glorious nineties, the rollup, as a strategy, has had many successes. One such success is reported in the Wharton School Entrepreneurship Blog in an article titled ‘Why I love Rollups’ ( Penned by Richard Perlman, executive chairman of ExamWorks Group, Inc. (NYSE: EXAM), it tells the story of how ExamWorks, now the global leader in the independent medical exam (IME) industry, was built using roll-ups. IME companies examine claimants for insurance companies and other third parties to establish the veracity of workers’ compensation, automobile accident, disability and general liability claims.

A 2012 story with the headline ‘Roll up for a ride rich in risk and reward’ ( in the Financial Times touts ‘the Floridian entrepreneur Wayne Huizenga’ as ‘the American master of roll-ups’. Huizenga cofounded Waste Management (NYSE: WM), Blockbuster Video and AutoNation (NYSE: AN). Other roll-ups, such as Fone Zone, ‘created significant shareholder value’, according to a report titled ‘Key Structuring Issues in Industry Roll-ups’ ( by the law firm Deacons. Fone Zone buys and sells used mobile phones.

A roll-up amalgamates a number of small companies into one with the aim of achieving economies of scale. Likely targets will have many areas where efficiencies may be engineered, such as increased purchasing power with suppliers, a lower cost of capital when dealing with the capital markets, spreading management costs over a larger revenue base, combining warehousing and logistical capabilities, etc. The list goes on. Roll-ups, of course, are part of the larger mergers and acquisitions (M&A) landscape and have always been regarded as Wall Street’s most glamorous business.

Last year was a record year for M&A. CNBC reports ( statistics from industry analysts Dealogic, which showed ‘globally, M&A activity reached a volume of $4.9 trillion, beating the record of $4.6 trillion set in 2007.’ According to the WSJ in ‘2015 Becomes the Biggest M&A Year Ever’ (, ‘the largest health-care transaction – and second-biggest deal on record – was announced in November: Pfizer Inc.’s roughly $160 billion merger with Allergan PLC.’ Also ‘the biggest beverage deal, was Anheuser-Busch InBev NV’s $108 billion acquisition of SABMiller PLC’ and ‘the largest technology acquisition in history’ was Dell Inc.’s $67 billion deal for EMC Corp.

CEO Bernard Findley knows this side of business. He has had over 20 years’ experience working with small to mid-size businesses, both in devising growth strategies and in mergers and acquisitions (M&A). He has been involved in ‘orchestrating a roll-up of 16 bankrupt, insolvent, and distressed brands’ which were later sold. For over a decade, as founder, partner and chief restructuring officer of 4S Management, LLC, he was responsible for acquisitions and the strategic management of portfolio companies.

Halitron, Inc. is an equity investment holding company with an acquisition roll-up business model. The company targets two types of acquisitions. First, it acquires bankrupt, distressed or insolvent companies inexpensively and then proceeds to “roll” their assets into its infrastructure. Second, the company acquires profitable companies, with a strategic, marketing or operational fit, at a multiple of EBITDA ranging from two to four times.

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MannKind Corp. (MNKD) Now Poised to Exploit Pole Position in Inhalable Insulin, as well as Microparticle Formulation and Delivery Tech

We live in a business world characterized by an immediate, never-ceasing deluge of information. A veritable tsunami of opinions, perspectives, scoped analysis, and technical speculation hits us in the face every hour of the day, seven days each week, for 365 days out of the year. On any given subject, you name the position and chances are that someone, touted as an expert in some circle or circles, has argued it as if it were fact or a foregone conclusion. But history is written by the contrarians, by underdogs and innovators who understood the raw force of demand present in the markets of their time, and assembled the requisite capital, expertise, materials, and technology to execute.

While the talking heads have been busy this week panning diabetes and cancer-focused inhalable therapeutics, developer MannKind Corporation (NASDAQ: MNKD), after an EPS miss for Q4 that shrugged off the Zacks Research consensus of only a $0.05 loss, it is important to look at the bigger picture. The big picture here is about the core technologies and how they can address unmet and underserved demand in the market. It’s a long-term success story in the making and it is a good one. It’s not just under reportage of how significant French biopharma giant Sanofi’s (NYSE: SNY) marketing agreement pullout in January was in terms of overall financial performance for the company and its commercial success with its novel inhalable insulin product Afrezza, or that to many observers Sanofi was clearly dragging their feet with marketing efforts, it’s that MannKind is far more than some one-trick pony.

Nevertheless, Afrezza is a damn good trick considering the projections for diabetes incidence rates worldwide, with seven million more patients per year added to the rolls, and the fact that both the drug and delivery mechanism are categorically different than anything that has come to market hitherto. Afrezza is an ultra-rapid-acting insulin in powder form created for primary use as a pre-meal adult insulin in type one and two diabetics, engineered to be used in conjunction with existing treatments in order to help squash post-meal blood spikes. While famous for being the first company daring enough to throw its hat in the inhalable insulin ring since the spectacular failure of Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) that culminated back in 2007’s Exubera market withdrawal, MannKind is also the company that engineered the Technosphere® formulation and drug delivery platform behind the efficacy of Afreeza (based on acid-induced self-assembly of fumaryl diketopiperazine molecules), an extremely versatile breath-powered drug delivery platform that allows for inhalable variants of indications currently available only via injection.

The capacity to formulate Technosphere microparticles from a wide range of drugs with varying physicochemical characteristics does far more for MNKD than to merely enable its inhaler-based delivery technologies, like the proprietary, small form factor (and therefore discrete), yet hugely efficient Dreamboat® inhaler ( This technology opens up the potential for MNKD to become a formulation and delivery mechanism powerhouse for numerous existing drugs. Technosphere microparticles present vastly improved bioavailability characteristics and avoid the common problem with many drugs, which experience dosage degradation in peripheral circulation. While simultaneously avoiding the hepatic (of or relating to the liver) first-pass effect typical in orally administered drugs (and most readily observable in drugs such as morphine), where a significant portion of the administered drug is lost before it ever reaches the target, due to intestinal and hepatic degradation of the dose. The highly efficient and versatile Technosphere platform is able to produce formulations which closely mimic the pharmacokinetics of intraarterial administration (injection directly into an artery), and also offers a bold new pathway for vehicle-controlled (much like a placebo, but with better data fidelity/feedback) clinical studies to be conducted using “blanks,” or Technosphere microparticles onto which no drug in the 500 to 140,000 Da range of molecular weight (note the breadth of molecular weight range) has been adsorbed.

Some intelligent analysts in the investment community have noted similar issues for MNKD’s flagship product that cropped up during the poor reception of Pfizer’s Exubera, such as the novelty of inhalable insulin for both doctors and insurers leading to slow adoption rates, as well as bureaucratic red tape that hindered uptake by users, even when they knew about and wanted to switch to an easier to use form of insulin. A few analysts have even speculated that the entrenched logistics behind the gargantuan diabetes care devices market, which is on track to hit nearly $11 billion in North America alone by 2019 (according to a recent report published by Mordor Intelligence) and includes glucose monitoring and delivery devices such as syringes, may even be actively sandbagging the emergence of an inhalable insulin, as it represents something of an end-run on much of the space. Whether or not Sanofi helped maintain the status quo and never had any intention of really getting Afrezza into the hands of what will likely be some 380 million diabetics by 2025, or whether the EPS consensus was faulty – one thing is certain: Afrezza has failed to make the impact that its ease of use, pharmacokinetics, and the glowing comments of its lucky recipients would otherwise indicate.

Management actually sees the Sanofi split as a plus, with MNKD regaining control of its baby and being able to give it the much needed tender loving care it requires marketing-wise, in order to ignite a revolution among diabetics at the point of purchase. Let’s not forget that inhalable insulin represents a sea-change for everyone in the healthcare ecosystem either, especially the end users, who have been conditioned to think about insulin as an injectable drug over countless decades. Afrezza only launched in February of 2015 and with lukewarm marketing efforts (including huge delays, direct-to-consumer ad vaporware, and allegations about a hiring freeze on sales reps for Afrezza), as well as the drug being somewhat hamstrung initially on the insurance side of the equation, it’s no wonder MannKind can’t wait to get their hands on the reigns again. The company has even launched a significant effort to master the sales approach and pricing strategy it will need to make Afrezza the blockbuster that management and its diehard investors have longed for.

But let’s not concern ourselves too long with the mystery as to why an inhalable insulin, which a majority of users generally felt helped them more readily address the lifestyle complications associated with administering diabetic medications, (whether because it was inhalable, the inhaler was tiny, or it allowed them to dose right at the table in a restaurant, etc.) failed to go viral – and get back to the core takeaway that most investors should be focused on: the intrinsic value of the company’s IP, and its current market position.

Greek poet and mercenary Archilochus once said that the “fox knows many tricks, but the hedgehog only one: one good one,” referring to the spiny mammals’ ability to curl itself into a ball of spikes as being somewhat superior to the complex trickery and cunning of the fox. It is an apt comparison for MannKind’s market position with Afrezza, but investors should be looking closely at the company’s underlying platform technologies for drug formulation and delivery, as well as things like the Receptor Life Sciences collaboration and license agreement, designed to exploit the company’s inhaled formulation technologies. Similarly, the retention of Michael Castagna (Pharm.D) as CCO, to spearhead the Afrezza commercialization campaign and liaise directly with CEO Pfeffer, speaks volumes about how seriously the company intends to leverage its exceptional market position in inhalable insulin. Former VP of Global Lifecycle Management and Global Commercial Lead for a nine-drug portfolio at biotech giant Amgen (NASDAQ: AMGN), as well as Executive Director for Bristol-Myers Squibb’s (NYSE: BMY) immunology franchise during the launch and re-launch of its Orencia rheumatoid arthritis offerings, Castagna is by all accounts the right man to plant the Afrezza flag in spectacular fashion.

The EPS miss is logical given everything that transpired in late 2014 and during 2015, there is far more to the company than most talking heads consider and MNKD’s Technosphere dry powder delivery platform and formulation technologies could reshape the industry as we have known it, via patient-friendly, and needle-free devices for a wide variety of drugs, presented in ultra-rapid absorption form. But if you listen to the loudest voices who are screaming that the sky is falling all over again with Afrezza and that MNKD is doomed with its inhalable insulin play, you would think that the company’s flagship was all there is to this story. Naturally, many investors are quite often wed into a failed marriage of associations as a result of listening to such loud voices and end up struggling like muppets, ultimately weighed down by a dead-end momentum play portfolio.

Not knowing where to turn for accurate, over-the-horizon radar, which looks at the underlying fundamentals of a company, the vast majority of investors eventually become traders. They become caught up in the process of neurotically shaving points based on the latest buzz, never holding onto anything longer than the officially prognosticated, CNBC pundit consensus-verified sell-by date. This is probably why the smallcap and microcap space scares the hell out of so many people, especially when it comes to biopharma R&D plays whose ramp up phase is notoriously costly, which are really long-haul bets on the tech fundamentals in most cases (and let’s face it, the average talking head knows very little about biotechnology). Whether the sector big boys like it or not, we have crossed the Rubicon with inhalable insulin, and Afreeza is likely here to stay. The patients love it, it seems to help them regulate their glucose levels more easily, it’s easier to deploy, and it appeals to self-conscious consumers (or even those who simply prefer to be discreet). Reasons alone enough to keep Afreeza on the scene, but it is the efficacy of the underlying formulation technology when it comes to addressing post-meal spikes in a smoother fashion that will probably make it a late-game comeback kid.

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First Mining Finance (FFMGF) Bringing ‘Mineral Bank’ Concept to the World of Finance

First Mining Finance Corp. (OTCQB: FFMGF) is a new “mineral bank” business concept created by Keith Neumeyer. The company’s business model is to acquire mineral assets that are currently trading at exceptionally low valuations before holding or banking these assets until the capital markets for commodities and mining improves. At that point, First Mining would add value for its shareholders by entering into agreements with other parties, which would move the projects forward through development or exploration while First Mining holds a residual interest in the project in question. The residual interest may be in the form of royalties, metal streams, minority interests or equity positions in the counterparty that is moving the project forward. Through recent acquisitions, First Mining now holds a portfolio of 21 mineral assets in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. The company will continue to aggressively acquire additional projects in geopolitically safe areas of the Americas.

Ultimately, the goal of First Mining is to have numerous projects generating cash flow followed by the remittance of proceeds to its shareholders in the form of dividends. The company is supported by First Majestic Silver, which is one of the world’s largest silver producers. The management team of First Mining has decades of experience in evaluating, exploring and developing mineral assets.

The management team at First Mining is led by Keith Neumeyer, who has an unparalleled track record which includes creating two world-class mining companies: First Quantum Minerals Ltd., which has now grown into one of the world’s largest copper producers, and First Majestic Silver Corp., which is one of the largest silver producers in the world. Neumeyer is of the view that the valuations of mineral assets are at or near all-time lows. This situation represents a unique opportunity for First Mining to acquire quality mineral assets at very low prices. The management and board of directors of First Majestic Silver support First Mining.

First Mining and Brionor Resources, Inc. recently announced, in a press release (, that the companies have entered into a purchase agreement pursuant to which First Mining has agreed to acquire the gold development property known as the “Pitt Gold Property” from Brionor for an aggregate purchase price of CDN$1.25 million, of which CDN$1 million will be satisfied through the issuance of 2,535,293 common shares of First Mining to Brionor, based on the 20-day VWAP, and the remaining CDN$250,000 will be paid in cash. The common shares issued to Brionor will be subject to a four-month hold period.

The Pitt Gold Property is located in the Abitibi Region of Quebec and is adjacent to Clifton Star Resources Inc.’s Duparquet Gold Project and Duquesne Gold Project. On June 11, 2011, Brionor announced a NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate for the Pitt Gold Property which, at a cut-off grade of 3.00 g/t gold, is estimated to have Indicated Resources of 600,000 tonnes grading 7.83 g/t gold (151,000 Au ounces) and Inferred Resources of 476,000 tonnes grading 6.91 g/t gold (106,000 Au ounces).

As announced on February 12, 2016 (, First Mining has entered into a definitive arrangement agreement to acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Clifton. Subject to receipt of regulatory and shareholder approval, the Clifton Acquisition is expected to close on or about April 8, 2016.

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Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) Makes Life Sweeter with its SugarChecked App

The SugarChecked app from Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK) is doing what regulators haven’t been able to do: protect us from unwanted refined sugars. Public awareness of the toxic effect of refined sugars is increasing. In the online journal LadyLux, a feature headlined How to Break the Unhealthy Snack Cycle (, mentions SugarChecked and quotes Victoria Brodsky, head of nutrition for SugarChecked, as she talks about maintaining a healthy lifestyle. LadyLux covers luxury lifestyle for women and features articles on high fashion, luxury travel, beauty products, green lifestyle and philanthropy. The journal is read by over 150,000 unique readers every month.

SugarChecked identifies added sugars, artificial sweeteners, natural low-calorie sweeteners and sugar alcohols and is one of a suite of dietary restriction apps created by Content Checked. The company currently has two other apps. The first to be developed was ContentChecked, a smartphone application meant for use by those who suffer from food allergies and intolerances. The second was MigraineChecked, which is designed to give alerts on migraine triggers in food products. Content Checked Holdings, Inc.’s family of apps works by allowing users to scan products’ bar codes and determine if they are suitable for their diets. The app then offers users a list of healthier alternative products that are suitable for them to consume.

Together ContentChecked, MigraineChecked and SugarChecked have had over two million downloads, and 66 percent of users utilize the apps at least five times per week. CEO Kris Finstad is confident that this figure will soon increase. Last year, he sweetened his pot by converting approximately US $1.1 million of personal funds, advanced to the company, into shares of the company’s common stock.

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert March 24

March 25, 2016

Yesterday, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on InfoSonics (IFON), which fell more than 10 percent for the day.

IFON fell quite a bit today on no news and big volume as selling continued after the company reported its poor Q4 and FY 2015 results two weeks ago. In the past month, the stock is down 52%.

IFON’s most recent earnings report makes it so its Bowser Rating is too low to consider a new position. For now, just continue to follow the Game Plan if you own the company (looking for that 50% drop to sell). Otherwise, stay away.

IFON has a tendency to react to earnings in a large way (up or down). That’s what we’ve seen this month with IFON’s poor earnings result ending up in a tremendous amount of selling.

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Giggles N’ Hugs (GIGL): Experts Agree, Kids who are Active after School Are Happy Kids

March 24, 2016


School’s out for the day, but what should you do with the kids? Time to come up with some fun, creative ways to keep the kids entertained until dinnertime. Of course, homework is waiting, but is it better to have kids start on it as soon as they get home, or should they blow off a little steam before settling in? Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTCQB: GIGL) has been voted the #1 spot for indoor after-school activities in the Los Angeles area.

It’s no secret that after-school activities do wonders for a child’s development. They are linked to improved social skills, grades, overall coordination, sense-of-self and relationships with adults other than mom and dad. Los Angeles-based Giggles N’ Hugs is a first-of-its-kind, award-winning family restaurant company that combines organic gourmet food with play elements for children, including 2500-square-foot play spaces in the middle of its restaurants.

After-school programs and activities also give kids a chance to be themselves, free of the structure they face at school. “Since kids spend their day primarily sitting down and following a schedule at school, when they get home it is important for them to have time to be creative, get moving and do something they enjoy,” says Kristin Fitch, CEO and co-founder of ZiggityZoom.

The vast majority of young people believe that kids are better off when their plates are full and they don’t have too much time to just hang out. What’s more, youngsters who participate in out-of-school activities typically perform better in school, as well as outside of the classroom. At the Giggles N’ Hugs play spaces, children can expect tons of activities and games while having fun on a giant pirate ship, sliding down slides, and diving into a ball pit. There are even monkey bars, a hopscotch course, and jungle gyms to effectively tire out kids before bedtime.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions (OGES): Lithium-ion is the Future of Battery Technology

Lithium-ion batteries are common in home electronics. They are one of the most popular types of rechargeable batteries for portable electronics, with a high energy density, tiny memory effect and low self-discharge. Beyond consumer electronics, lithium-ion batteries are also growing in popularity for military, electric vehicle and aerospace applications. For example, lithium-ion batteries are becoming a common replacement for the lead acid batteries that have been used historically for golf carts and utility vehicles. Instead of heavy lead plates and acid electrolyte, the trend is to use lightweight lithium-ion battery packs that can provide the same voltage as lead-acid batteries, so no modification to the vehicle’s drive system is required. Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: OGES) is an integrated energy storage solutions company focused on the design, development and manufacture of high-quality cells, batteries and power systems.

Oakridge Global’s innovative ‘Made in the USA’ product line includes multiple lithium-ion technologies and form factors that are optimized to address three high-demand target markets – including stationary and grid storage; motive applications, such as electric and hybrid electric fleet vehicles; and specialty applications, such as military, aerospace, marine, medical and telecom backup.

Pioneer work with the lithium battery began in 1912 under G.N. Lewis, but it was not until the early 1970s when the first non-rechargeable lithium batteries became commercially available. Lithium is the lightest of all metals, has the greatest electrochemical potential and provides the largest energy density by weight. Oakridge Global works on all types of lithium-based battery power systems. With lead acid batteries being gradually phased out around the world, lithium-based batteries are the batteries of today and of the future.

The global market for lithium ion batteries is a fast growing one that is expected to cross $30 billion by 2020, according to a report on the Market Research website ( Oakridge Global has indicated plans to expand its presence in a collection of markets throughout Europe and Asia as it continues to build upon its established product development and manufacturing infrastructure. The company will lean on the expertise of its proven management team – which includes well over a century of combined industry experience – as it looks to increase its share of the $12 billion domestic battery manufacturing industry.

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