Monthly Archives: August 2016

Monaker Group (MKGI) Gains Exposure to more than 1 Million Companies Worldwide

August 31, 2016

Monaker Group (OTCQB: MKGI), a technology-driven travel company focused on the alternative lodging rental (ALR) market, this morning announced that it has expanded its initial, previously announced agreement with

Under the new agreement, Monaker is now the exclusive provider of travel services to The new agreement includes weekly marketing access for select Monaker travel products and services to Recruiter’s customer base of more than 3 million customers, many of which are senior corporate executives. The company said that the approved members, followers, and their respective companies should give Monaker and all its travel related products and inventory meaningful exposure to the decision makers at over 1 million companies worldwide.

Monaker will offer travel products and services, including ALR rentals for short-term business travel, along with temporary relocation needs, concierge services for executives, convention travel assistance, and vacation travel needs.

“This agreement and partnership will allow us to distinguish ourselves in the industry by supporting our clients and followers with needed travel products like premium home rentals and concierge services assisting them in business travel,” Miles Jennings, chief executive officer at, stated in the news release.

Monaker chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bill Kerby added that the extended agreement opens doors for enhanced communication with industry decision makers.

“Broadening the agreement with provides Monaker a great marketing tool for awareness of our platforms, inventory and travel products. This allows us a means to communicate and access key decision makers with our relevant and real-time alternative lodging solutions and services for business and vacation travel,” he said.

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Brokerage Division Tops 1,600 Agents

Things are looking good for eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI). Spearheaded by its unique real estate brokerage division, eXp Realty, the company has been reporting steady growth over the past few months and is showing no signs of slowing down. August in particular seems to have been an exceptional month for the company, as it reported record revenue in the first two quarters and an impressive increase in its brokerage agent base, surpassing the 1,500 agent milestone for the first time.

The growth didn’t stop there; eXp Realty management recently announced that its Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage™ welcomed 160 new members in August, bringing its total number of agents to over 1,630, eXp Realty director of Cloud Leadership & Growth David Gagnon said during an online leadership meeting of the brokerage on August 26.

Along with its agent base increase, the brokerage has been steadily expanding its coverage and now serves a total of 41 states, the District of Columbia and Alberta, Canada. The newest addition to its network of real estate professionals is Alaska, where operations began on August 19.

eXp World Holdings’ steady growth and record revenue of more than $13 million in the second quarter of 2016 have also prompted the Fundamental Research Corp. to update its analysis of the company. The independent research group that specializes in the microcap and small-cap sectors highlighted eXp World Holdings’ strong financial performance and growth and now anticipates a higher overall revenue for both 2016 and 2017. Compared to its April report, the group upped its forecast for 2016 to $48 million from $40 million and for 2017, for $82 million from $72 million.

The company largely owes its success and record figures to the innovative model of real estate brokerage proposed by eXp Realty. Unlike most competitors that still concentrate their activity around a brick and mortar office, eXp Realty describes itself as a brokerage that heavily relies on cloud technologies and the Internet to build an online community of real estate professionals.

Members work in a cloud office environment which allows them round-the-clock access to training features, collaborative tools and socialization methods to help them share their knowledge and experience and build an efficient strategy together. Even leadership meetings are held online in a virtual reality space where each attending management member has an avatar.

The platform allows agents and brokers to provide more efficient services to consumers and increase their profits with a lower risk. Members also benefit from revenue sharing programs and the opportunity of earning equity in exchange for valued contributions to company growth.

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With Hemp-based Drinks, Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (LB6A.F) is Strongly Rooted in Functional Beverages Market

If you plan to visit Laguna Beach in Orange County, California, to attend the Food & Wine Pairing Dinner on September 1, 2016, you may not be aware that the area is associated with culinary delights other than vino. Located midway between Los Angeles and San Diego, and stretching for over seven miles, Laguna Beach has lent its name to Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (LB6A.F), a network marketing company with products based on the nutritional health benefits derived from hemp. Just like wine, the consumption of hemp beverages is still an avant-garde pursuit. Nevertheless, its management team aims to make Laguna Blends a household name throughout North America within five years. In a recent conference call (, CEO Stuart Gray and President Ray Grimm Jr. discuss the founding of Laguna Blends and its future prospects.

Gray founded Laguna Blends because, convinced of the health benefits of hemp, he discovered that there was a great deal of confusion and misunderstanding surrounding its properties. There was an obvious business opportunity in offering hemp-based ‘functional beverages’ to health-conscious consumers, but this was not a product you could simply display on grocery shelves. When hemp is mentioned, most people imagine dark seedy backstreet hideaways, similar to opium dens. Gray decided that consumers needed information that not only instructed about the benefits of hemp, but also dispelled the myths about the plant.

Hemp, like marijuana, is a variety of cannabis sativa and, consequently, is labeled with all the negativities associated with marijuana. However, hemp contains much less of the psychoactive ingredient, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), than does marijuana. Both marijuana and hemp contain not just THC but cannabidiol (CBD), which acts antagonistically toward THC. In marijuana, it’s THC that gets the upper hand; in hemp, it’s CBD that wins. Ingesting hemp won’t get you high but it will get you healthy.

Hempseed typically contains over 30% oil and about 25% protein, with considerable amounts of dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. Hempseed also has over 80% in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), and is an exceptionally rich source of the two essential fatty acids (EFAs) linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid. These two fatty acids are ‘essential’ since the human body cannot produce them. We can only get them from what we eat. These two essential fatty acids are used to build more complex fats called omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids which, when taken in adequate amounts, lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Fortunately, Gray’s background in network marketing had shown him how effective direct sales can be as an educational tool. He was introduced to network marketing when just 19 and rose to become the second highest producer in the company after just 18 months. He went on to a very successful business career spanning over 20 years, during which time he founded several highly successful media and promotional related companies. In addition, Gray has acted as a consultant to over 120 public and private companies.

Leveraging this expertise, Gray has built Laguna Blends as a multi-level marketing company that currently markets two hemp-based functional beverages. A ‘functional beverage’ is a non-alcoholic drink that caters to a specific need or health requirement. The segment is best known for its energy drinks. Due to the maturity of the carbonated soft drink sector, functional beverages have become the fastest growing segment of the beverage market.

Laguna’s flagship product is Caffe Protein Coffee which ‘is loaded in proteins: both whey and hemp.’ The other is Pro369, which combines HempOmega®, Hemp Protein and Ginseng and comes in four delicious flavors: Vanilla Caramel, Tropical Fruit, Mixed Berry and Chocolate Banana.

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How Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) is Helping Define the Future of Creative Travel

The travel and tourist industry is one of the largest industries in the world, with a global annual contribution in the trillions of dollars according to Statista ( Solely considering international travel, there are over a billion international tourist arrivals worldwide each year.  People book their accommodation according to price, ratings, previous experiences, and other parameters, and the type of travel varies widely, from high-end to low.

This leads us to the topic of backpacking. Backpacking was often considered a form of hiking or camping holiday. Today, it is one of the trendiest ways to travel among people of all ages. With this rising trend comes the advent of new forms of backpacking such as “flashpacking” and “poshpacking.” These terms are used for the more affluent backpackers who do not necessarily need to travel on a small budget but still choose the freedom attached to this form of travel.

Thanks to the evolution of technology, more and more people are traveling light without having to give up comfort. The world of the digital nomad is here and the travel industry is gearing up to capitalize on these emerging trends. In recent years, companies have increased the technological interaction with their consumers making everything more accessible online.

Aside from the rise of technology, different levels of backpacking have become more accessible thanks to the introduction of cheaper flights, trains, buses, hotels, hostels and dining opportunities. These are marketed online to budget travelers and often include the option to make all-inclusive bookings through one platform. To the new-age flashpacker, it’s becoming a way of life. Travelers today are not isolated. They are followed by a digital world full of tools.

According to The Future of Backpacking by Ferda Van Vaals (, some of the new characteristics expected by 2030 include infrastructure expansion, greater tourist mobility, and growing global tourism and destinations. In other words, the world will continue to become more accessible, and more people will value experience rather than just material possessions.

Who makes such expanding ease of travel possible? Today there are thousands of travel agencies, both online and in-shop, in millions of locations. Online travel agencies are making travel more accessible thanks to the options to book flights, accommodation, and other factors through the Internet. However, backpackers today want more. Travel agencies are reigning in and offering all-inclusive booking facilities online, making the booking process, easier, quicker and often cheaper.

Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI) is a technology travel company on the leading edge of these ever-changing holiday booking trends. The company is made up of multiple divisions and brands offering a real-time booking engine featuring a wider and creative range of lodgings for a variety of backpackers, flashpackers, and holiday makers. In addition to this, the company allows consumers to book from an array of airlines, hotels, cruises, rental cars, tours, and much more.

The company’s flagship brand,, is the industry’s first and only real-time booking engine that features alternative lodging (vacation home rentals, resort residences and unused timeshare inventory), as well as a full selection of airlines, hotels, cruises, rental cars, tours and concierge services. These features are combined into a single, easy-to-use platform that gives travelers complete real-time control when planning and booking their vacations.

Most NextTrip listings are in desirable locations in the U.S., the EU and the Caribbean with about 20% exclusive listings, and the company anticipates rapid exclusive listing growth because of its competitive edge, proprietary solutions, and interest in strategic partnerships and acquisitions, in addition to new travel trends.

The company recently launched its own Monaker Booking Engine and Premium Service for property owners, opening its offerings up to an even broader variety of consumers.

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Vycor Medical (VYCO) is “One to Watch”

August 30, 2016

Vycor Medical (OTCQB: VYCO) provides the medical world with new, unique therapeutics, neurosurgical and neurotherapeutic solutions. The company designs, manufactures and sells FDA-cleared medical devices alongside its computer-based light simulation therapies for the visibly impaired resulting from neurological trauma such as strokes. Vycor Medical is made up of a range of therapies and systems including: the ViewSite Brain Access System (VBAS), the NovaVision Restoration Therapy (VRT), the Sight Science Neuro-Eye Therapy (NeET), and the NovaVision NeuroEyeCoach (NEC).

Vycor Medical is committed to providing the best solutions and therapies in the market, with the aim of making neurosurgical brain, spinal and surgical procedures safer and more effective. All of the company’s products are built with one core goal in mind: increased safety. To do this, each product has been designed to optimize site access, reduce risks for patients, speed up the recovery process, and to add value and quality to the medical world.

Most recently, Vycor Medical reported its financial results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2016. The company’s revenue for the first quarter of this year was $379,000, up from $286,000 during the same period of 2015. Revenue for the Vycor division was also up by over 50%, and reports of patients starting NovaVision therapy were also up by more than 50% compared to 2015. The company reported expenditures to be 59% lower than in 2015 and non-GAAP net loss was nearly a quarter of the amount in 2015.

Vycor Medical’s revenues for the six months before June 30, 2016, were up by more than $150,000 compared to 2015. Revenues for the Vycor division and new patient starts in NovaVision were both up by more than 40%. Expenditures for the company were halved compared to 2015, as was the non-GAAP net loss. The company plans to continue growing its two businesses while maintaining low costs, with Vycor Medical decreasing expenditures and focusing its NovaVision attention on a direct-to-patient website and social media efforts.

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Giggles N’ Hugs (GIGL) Driving Children toward a Better Understanding of Nutrition


Recent news has highlighted how obesity in children has doubled in the last three decades. Children are being fed the wrong foods largely because they tend to choose foods based upon taste and appearance rather than nutrition. In recent weeks, a number of studies have come out highlighting the impact of our modern world on children’s relationship with food.

A recent article at Parent Herald ( entitled, “Children Nutrition: Food Commercials Influence Children’s Choice of Food,” covers the impact that mass media has on children and their eating habits. Dr. Amanda Bruce and researchers from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the University of Kansas Medical Center shine a light on the fact that children choose for taste rather than nutrition. In association with this, according to Dr. Bruce’s research, commercials have a significant and negative influence on food choices children make.

But how can we make children’s nutrition more important to them? News Medical ( recently announced the release of an innovative board game that helps improve nutrition and health in young people. The game has been developed by Focus Games Ltd. and Foodtalk CIC (pediatric dietitians) in order to educate children aged 1 to 5 about health and nutrition. They aren’t the only people fighting a growing battle for the health of children, however; others are going toward a movement where nutrition and taste and fun and education are unified.

Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) came to light when Dorsa Parsi, co-founder of Giggles N’ Hugs restaurants, couldn’t find an eating establishment that catered to children and adults equally. At most restaurants, aside from the lack of children-sized utensils and chairs, children’s menus were often greasy and unhealthy. She said: “I also hated the fact that all the ‘kid friendly’ foods were made with artificial cheese or potatoes. Having a very picky eater, I came up with very creative ways to have her get her veggies. I always pureed cauliflower in her fettuccine alfredo and squash in her mac n’ cheese. I always made homemade pizza with pureed spinach in her pizza sauce. She never knew she ate her veggies every day, but going out to dinner meant NO veggies!

Parsi started Giggles N’ Hugs with the aim of providing a healthy restaurant that was both child and adult friendly. The menu includes not only child-friendly meals packed with goodness, teaching children how good taste and health are not mutually exclusive, but also the opportunity for children to connect it all with a fun place to play. Giggles N’ Hugs now has two locations with a strategic expansion plan in place to expand to Asia, Europe, Australia, Latin America, and the Middle East.

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Moxian, Inc. (MOXC) Moxian+ Platform Stands Toe-to-Toe with Sector Majors in Burgeoning Chinese O2O Market

China’s burgeoning O2O (online-to-offline) market has shown us quantifiably robust growth vectors, undergirded by the most attractive baseline metrics of any such market on the planet. Chinese vice minister of Industry and IT, Chen Zhaoxiong, told crowds at the Internet Society of China’s 2016 China Internet Conference in June that the number of 4G users in China is more than 530 million as of Q1, more than the U.S. and Europe put together. China’s Internet economy was valued at roughly $171 billion last year, while the O2O services segment was estimated by iResearch Consulting Group at approximately $68.71 billion, up 27.7 percent compared to 2015 (

While there are some big players currently dominating the market, there is plenty of room left at the margins for thriving localized networks, a phenomena which echoes the internal dynamics of the O2O space itself. Before taking a look at some of the major players, it is worth noting an up and comer like Shenzhen-based Moxian, Inc. (OTCQB: MOXC), which has a market cap under $400 million and yet has put together an extremely compelling, integrated O2O platform known as Moxian+.

Half of the company’s 170 or so employees are R&D people and its CTO is the same Dr. Ng Kek Wee whose Oracle and IBM award-winning consulting startup was acquired by Pactera (formerly NASDAQ: PACT), which was itself taken private after acquisition by Blackstone Group (NYSE: BX).

Needless to say, the Moxian+ User and Moxian+ Business architectures/apps are brilliantly designed given their origins in a tech hotbed like Moxian. The architectures come complete with big data-driven social CRM (customer relationship management), engagement gamification/actual games, and even a proprietary/platform-specific digital currency (MO-Points and MO-Coins) for merchant driven reward redemptions. Moxian+ Business is where the real meat is though, offering comprehensive business intelligence analytics, demographic profiling insights, easy to setup customer engagement/loyalty programs, and ubiquitous advertising capabilities.

A projected 20 percent CAGR is easily understandable for the O2O space in China, with restaurants and food delivery being the narrow end of the transformational wedge. And with online retail currently around 13 percent of the overall retail space as of early this year, in what is the world’s largest ecommerce market ($589 billion), it is little wonder that one of the biggest internet companies on earth, Chinese operator Tencent (OTC: TCEHY; TCTZF), continues to hammer out its own O2O footprint with gusto.

A strategic investment in indoor mapping company Sensewhere, to license its indoor positioning software for Tencent Maps, was a clear move by Tencent to jockey for position with Baidu’s (NASDAQ: BIDU) Baidu Maps (shows group-buying deals from its Nuomi platform), and taxi/restaurant finding marvel AutoNavi, which is majority-owned by the Chinese version of Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Alibaba (NYSE: BABA).

Alibaba’s $483 million investment last year in its Koubei JV, aimed at unifying its footprint in fast local delivery with its growing O2O presence, is a very clear signal to investors from China’s ecommerce king about the future of the country’s O2O market. There is a big opportunity here for investors to lay down some territory of their own, especially when you consider events like the $18 billion Meituan-Dianping valuation in January for China’s biggest group deals site, which laid claim to the title of the largest ever single funding round ($3.3 billion) for any VC internet startup in the country’s history.

Tying together the increasingly dominant mobile user with local brick and mortar businesses is a recipe for success in China for a savvy developer like Moxian, whose Moxian+ platform not only allows merchants to more easily/readily engage potential/returning customers, but which was born of the same robust cloud service technology that proved good enough for financial institutions and major corporations.

Delivering enterprise-class capabilities to the broadest possible merchant market should keep MOXC well in the running, even as sector majors gobble up the largest pieces of the pie. It is worth noting that this level of capability made it easy for MOXC to recently secure an exclusive reseller agreement with Xinhua New Media for gaming industry ad space, a deal that puts Moxian’s platform and digital currency front and center, before a growing Xinhua New Media App user base of over 110 million users (over 10 million active per day).

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Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (SMRS) Reports Results of Evaluation of Exploration Targets in the Balmat-Edwards Mining District

Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (OTC: SMRS) today announced the results of its district-wide review and evaluation of the historic exploration drilling program that targeted zinc mineralization in the Balmat-Edwards Mining District, St. Lawrence County, New York.

According to today’s press release, the company identified significant potential zinc mineralization in the Upper Marble unit (the host unit for zinc mineralization for all the mines in the Balmat-Edwards District) at a location approximately one mile southwest of the historic Hyatt Mine and four miles northeast of the Balmat #4 Mine (the “Sully discovery”).

The Sully discovery is located within the 80,582 acres of mineral rights controlled by Star Mountain. A dozen drill holes were completed on the Sully target in approximately 8 years ago. Seven of the twelve intersected massive sulfide zinc mineralization in Upper Marble unit rocks (see the table at It has been concluded that zinc mineralization is significantly thick and can be correlated over approximately 1,500 feet along strike and up to 500 feet across strike.

Star Mountain stated that mineralization remains open in every direction. The company has planned a follow up drilling program to confirm the discovery and to determine the extent and limits of the mineralization.

Star Mountain Resources President Mark Osterberg commented, “The Balmat-Edwards District has been in near continuous production for 100 years and the exploration history documents a record of new mine discovery every 17 years on average. We expect to continue our review and evaluation of historic exploration drilling and to advance exploration efforts on the Sully discovery in the Balmat-Edwards District and we are confident that we can add to the record of discovery.”

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Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (SMRS) Positioned Perfectly to Benefit from Global Zinc Supply Plummet

August 29, 2016

A recent article, titled ‘Think zinc: Miners Bet Big On Revival In Key Base Metal Market’, by Reuters ( highlights the fact that resource companies are moving quickly to dig zinc mines as supply is becoming lower worldwide. As zinc mines are starting to run empty, prices are increasing, encouraging the start of new projects. Resource companies are feeling a sense of urgency, fearing that zinc prices will continue to rise, and new investments are continuing to pop up.

Richer mines around the world are contracting as reserves are running low, and new players are getting the chance to make a significant profit. In an interview with Reuters, Daniel Morgan, a commodities analyst from UBS, stated “There is no doubt the supply side of this market is declining and supporting the case for new mines.”

Although there are a number of variables that could affect future prices, such as China digging up more metal and the price of steel weakening, things are looking good for zinc resource companies for 2016. Mines across every continent are reopening their doors and returning to production. Supplies are especially stressed in Australia, Canada, and Ireland, and the U.S. is not far behind.

Supplies in the U.S. saw a severe drop from February to May 2016. However, the price of zinc has been on the rise since January 2016 and supplies are starting to look up, according to Zinc Investing ( The U.S. zinc supply has been facing a medium-term supply issue, as there are no large, advanced-stage development projects on the horizon.

With this in mind, Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (OTC: SMRS) recently acquired the Northern Zinc and Balmat Holdings Corporation, as well as St. Lawrence Zinc Company, LLC, including its mining operations in the Balmat mining district of St. Lawrence County, New York. The Balmat mining complex is a fully equipped and functional mine with a hoisting capacity of 4,000 tons per day. The operation is rubber tired, with a mobile mining fleet, as well as a mill capable of producing 5,000 tons of zinc concentrator per day, a tailings facility, a concentrate storage area, and rail and truck transportation infrastructure.

Since the acquisition of the mine in November 2015, SMRS has been gearing up to resume production, which couldn’t come at a better time since supplies are falling and prices are rising. The Balmat mine opens new doors of opportunity to Star Mountain Resources, which are expected to play a role in the company’s transition from a junior exploration firm to a full-fledged production operation in the near future.

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Wild Cat OurPet’s Company (OPCO) is No Dog

OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) may serve both cats and dogs with its innovative range of pet care solutions. However, the company itself is most definitely not a dog, as defined in the Boston Consulting Group’s (BCG) Growth Share Matrix. Rather, it’s a wild cat that has been churning out a string of ingenious pet care products. If OurPet’s Company keeps up its wild ways, there is the distinct possibility it may morph into a star.

Back in the early 1970s, BCG developed the Growth-Share Matrix as a portfolio-planning tool. BCG assessed each business unit within a company’s portfolio, taking into account two determinants of profitability: market growth and market share relative to the largest competitor. Market growth gives some indication of the unit’s future prospects while relative market share is a sign of competitive advantage. Mapping a business unit to a cell in the matrix thus helps determine whether the unit would be a net user or contributor of cash and whether the portfolio decision should be develop, maintain or dispose.

The Growth-Share Matrix classified business units into four types: dogs, cash cows, stars, and question marks or wild cats. Dogs neither generate nor consume a large amount of cash since they have low market share and a low growth rate. Cash cows are net contributors of cash. They are typically leaders in a mature market, providing a return on assets that is greater than the market growth rate. Stars generate a lot of cash but tend to use it all up because of their high growth rate. Wild cats are businesses that are growing rapidly and so require large cash infusions.

There is every indication that OurPet’s Company is a wild cat on its way to become a star. The company has been growing at an annually compounded rate of over 6% – twice the industry rate. Focusing on high-growth categories in the pet care industry, OurPet’s Company’s very first product was the Big Dog Feeder® in the $100 million per annum healthy feeding and storage systems segment. This product line now extends over 81 SKUs that include the Store-N-Feed® Single Adjustable Feeder, the SmartLinkTM Feeder – Intelligent Pet Bowl and the SmartLinkTM Waterer – Intelligent Water Fountain.

OurPet’s Company is also in the $250 million a year feline waste and odor control market with its OurPets® Skoop-N-Pak, OurPets® Pick-Up Bags and its ground-breaking OurPets® Switchgrass Natural Cat Litter with Biochar. And the company is tackling the $1 billion a year segment of interactive cat and dog toys and accessories with a host of clever products. This product line uses Blue Tooth and Wi-Fi communication technologies so our beloved pets can “talk” to us; the line includes the amazing OurPets® Catty Whack® and the Intelligent Pet Care® line of products.

OurPet’s Company has a robust pipeline of some 160 patents issued and or pending. It also has a strong diversified product portfolio of about 1,000 SKUs. The company is particularly focused on finding solutions to the pathologies that accompany aging in pets. It deserves a star for that.

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Moxian, Inc. (MOXC) Targets Merchant-Customer Interaction with Proprietary Social CRM

Whether we like it or not, social media has had a major impact on how businesses interact with their customers online. It is a great avenue for businesses to get their messages out and enhance awareness of their brands. It also has a huge potential of backfiring if any possible customer complaints voiced via social platforms are not handled properly. In addition, a lot of companies are still not responsive enough on social media and rarely reply to potential customer inquiries through the channel. As a result, many businesses fail to tap the full potential of social media when it comes to understanding and consolidating their client base. That’s where social customer relationship management (CRM) programs such as the one developed for the Chinese market by Moxian, Inc. (OTCQB: MOXC) come in.

The traditional customer relationship management platform typically focuses on managing and collecting static data about customers based on phone or email interactions between company and customers. The collected information often includes contact history, past purchase data and customer demographics. With Social CRM systems, an additional layer of information is added, extracted from the social networks where a customer shares information. A Social CRM allows companies to develop a more complete profile of their customers by tracking info such as revenue and social influence. By monitoring information that the consumer shares publicly outside of the direct communication with the company, any business will be able to combine the data it already has about current or prospective customers with new info around their intentions and sentiments. This will allow companies to take action faster, project customer needs in advance and develop a customized response to each consumer group.

It was with this personalized approach in mind that Moxian set off in 2010 to create a new way of combining social media with business intelligence and entertainment. The Chinese company’s proprietary Social CRM system is at the foundation of its multi-channel social commerce platform, and was developed in such a way to help consumers and merchants interact, further allowing merchants to run targeted advertising and promotions that can then generate personalized reports.

Targeting the giant Chinese online-to-offline market, Moxian’s platform for small and medium-sized enterprises consists of two primary mobile apps: Moxian+ Business App for merchants and Moxian+ User App for shoppers, both of which are available for free download for both iOS and Android users.

The company’s business app has built in Social CRM and offers merchants a wide range of options, from setting up a store on the Moxian platform to pushing promotions through the platform and obtaining customized reports for their stores. The user app serves to introduce consumers to the platform and includes social networking capabilities, a game center and a redemption center. The app comprises Moxian’s proprietary virtual currency, MO-Points and MO-Coin, which can be earned by playing games and then used to redeem prizes from merchants or Moxian. This mechanic ultimately helps to drive registered consumers to the merchants and allows companies to advertise their services, run marketing campaigns and learn about their customers and their habits through the Moxian platform.

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GTX Corp. (GTXO) Reports 133% YOY Increase in Subscriber Revenue as Wearable Tech Market Matures

The consumer market for wearable technology is in a period of rapid growth. According to Statista (, sales of wearables exceeded $2 billion in 2015, and forecasts call for sales of more than $4 billion in 2017. This growth is, of course, being led by some heavy hitters in the tech industry. Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) launched its Apple Watch to much fanfare in April 2015, and, according to Juniper Research (, the company had successfully secured 52 percent market share in the burgeoning smartwatch space by the end of that calendar year. In recent months, however, sales have begun to slow. According to a report from market research firm IDC, Apple Watch sales have already dropped 55 percent since the product’s launch, likely due to anticipated hardware updates in the coming months.

Apple is far from alone in its efforts to bring innovation to the wearable technology space. Google (NASDAQ: GOOG; GOOGL) also entered the market with its innovative Google Glass prototype smart glasses back in 2013. Although the company announced intentions to discontinue sales of the product in January 2015, it would be shortsighted to refer to the project as an outright failure. Shortly after Google’s announcement last year, predicted that sales of smart glasses would reach $1 billion in shipments by 2020 and surpass shipments of mobile phones within the next decade ( Meanwhile, Google has remained committed to leading future developments in the space, filing an application with the FCC for a new version of Google Glass in December 2015 (

Alongside Apple and Google, other global tech leaders have thrown their hats into the wearables ring with varying degrees of success. Samsung (OTC: SSNLF), in particular, has illustrated some of the difficulties presented to established firms in targeting the wearables crowd. Despite being one of the first major tech companies to enter the wearables market, Samsung held just over eight percent of the market in 2015, according to IDC ( The research firm expects this figure to fall to just 2.8 percent by 2019.

For investors looking to capitalize on the growth of the wearables market without being exposed to the greater tech industry, pure plays also exist. Fitbit (NYSE: FIT) is one example of a pure wearables play with a sizable share of the burgeoning market. Fitbit’s revenues have been on the rise in recent quarters, and sales more than doubled during 2015. According to an article on The Motley Fool (, the wearables specialist is currently on track to grow an additional 35 percent this year. Still, investing in the future of Fitbit isn’t exactly cheap. The company’s PPS is currently hovering at around $14.80.

GTX Corp. (OTC: GTXO) is a more approachable option for investors seeking to diversify their portfolios in order to cash in on the forecast wearables boom. A self-described ‘pioneer in IoT wearable technology’, GTXO offers comprehensive end-to-end solutions that include location-based hardware, middleware, apps and related professional services. The company’s flagship product is the award-winning GPS SmartSole, which aims to improve the lives of the roughly six million Americans currently living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia, as well as their caregivers. By embedding a GPS tracking device into a comfortable insole, GTXO’s GPS SmartSole provides peace of mind to family members without the need for separate tracking devices and the obtrusiveness and stigma that are often associated with them.

Earlier this month, GTX Corp. released its financial results for the fiscal quarter ended June 30, 2016, which included promising growth. The company’s quarterly revenue was up 36 percent over the previous year, while subscriber revenue increased 133 percent year-over-year. In total, GTXO boasts active subscribers in more than 35 countries around the globe. The company intends to build on these results by adding new customers and subscribers, as well as through a new initiative designed to monetize its numerous intellectual property assets. In line with these initiatives, GTXO recently entered into two new master distribution agreements that will allow the company to scale distribution in certain vertical markets without significantly increasing operational expenses. Key to these efforts will be GTX Corp.’s ability to secure the capital required to keep up with market growth, as alluded to by CEO Patrick Bertagna in a recent news release.

“Lack of sufficient capital for inventory, human resources and infrastructure has been a challenge since our launch last year. It has limited our ability to order appropriate inventory thereby limiting our ability to grow as quickly as we would like,” he stated. “We believe that our increased margins and revenues, along with the new monetization IP campaign, will begin to ease our capital shortage problem. Having said that, we remain focused on building brand and product awareness on a global scale, growing our channels of distribution and increasing sales, subscription revenues and margins in all our product categories.”

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Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (LB6A.F) Announces Closing of First Tranche of Private Placement

August 26, 2016

Before the opening bell, Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (FRANKFURT: LB6A.F) announced a first tranche closing related to its non-brokered private placement. The first tranche closing included the issuance of 1,627,200 units at a price of $0.25 per unit for gross proceeds of $406,800. Each of these units includes one common share, as well as a purchase warrant entitling the holder to acquire an additional common share of Laguna’s stock at a price of $0.40, valid until August 25, 2017. Securities issued as part of the first tranche will be subject to a hold period expiring four months and one day from the original date of issuance. The Canadian Securities Exchange has granted Laguna an extension for the filing of final material related to the private placement to October 7, 2016. The company expects to close the final tranche on or before this date.

In recent weeks, Laguna has remained focused on expanding the reach of its affiliate marketing network across North America. In addition to its innovative beverage products capitalizing on the nutritional health benefits derived from hemp – including Caffe and Pro369 – the company recently entered an exclusive distribution agreement with ISO International, LLC to market, promote and distribute seven cannabidiol (CBD) skin care products developed by Cannaceuticals of California, USA (“Canna”). Through this agreement, Laguna will look to bolster the marketability of its affiliate marketing network with a line of proven skin care products while gaining access to the global skin care industry, which is estimated at $121 billion.

Laguna’s ongoing growth initiatives are being guided by an experienced management team that was recently expanded to include Bryan Loree as chief financial officer, corporate secretary and director. Through this appointment, which was announced early this month, Loree replaced Stuart Gray, the company’s founder and CEO, who was previously serving as acting CFO, adding roughly 10 years of accounting, finance and management experience to the Laguna team.

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eXp World Holdings’ (EXPI) Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage Offers a New Deal as New Home Sales Keep Rising

August 25, 2016

eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI) is offering Americans a 21st century new deal with its Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage™. Back in the 1930s, Americans were, as they have been in recent times, picking up the pieces after a series of devastating economic events, but if we thought the Great Recession was bad, it’s because most of us haven’t been around long enough to remember the Great Depression. Writing in the Wall Street Journal (, well-known financial commentator and hedge fund director Roger Lowenstein opined that ‘the world didn’t experience anything close to a global depression during the recent crisis. Peak to trough, global GDP fell 15%, world-wide, from 1929 to 1932; it fell less than 1% from 2008 to 2009.’

As part of recovery efforts back then, President Franklin D. Roosevelt launched his New Deal, under which the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) was created. The FHA was a big deal for housing since it gave rise to the vibrant housing market now estimated by the National Association of Home Builders to contribute about 15 percent of GDP ( The FHA set standards for construction and underwriting of mortgage loans. Its most important contribution, however, was its provision of insurance for loans for home building made by banks and other private lenders.

The FHA has become the largest insurer of mortgage loans in the world, insuring over 34 million properties since its inception in 1934. It now falls under the aegis of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. After its creation, home ownership increased. It was 44 percent in post-Depression 1940, but is now 62.9 percent, according to a July 2016 press release from the Census Bureau (… and it keeps rising.

Last week, housing data for July 2016 ( released by the Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) showed that ‘private-owned housing starts in July were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,211,000… (which) is 5.6 percent above the July 2015 rate of 1,147,000.’ Private-owned houses completed ‘were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,026,000… 3.2 percent above the July 2015 rate of 994,000.’

eXp World Holdings is offering brokers, agents and prospective home owners a new deal in these still uncertain times. Its Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage, operated by wholly-owned subsidiary eXp Realty, offers brokers and agents a full service national real estate brokerage platform with all the services offered by a traditional brick-and-mortar brokerage… but without the associated costs. It provides a novel 3-D environment in which agents and brokers can source training, educational, coaching and mentoring resources, as well as transaction and technical support.

An updated research report from Fundamental Research ( issued last week details that ‘Since our previous report in May 2016, the company has expanded its membership count by 31%, from 1,204 to 1,580. The platform only had 665 real estate brokers and agents as members as of June 30, 2015.’

For buyers, things have never been easier. From the comfort of their armchairs, they can find the right agent and, through him or her, the right house. eXp Realty is currently operating in 41 states across the U.S., as well as the District of Columbia and Alberta, Canada. This new deal from eXp World Holdings looks like the real deal.

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) Finalizing Plans to Deliver RUBICON™ ‘Showcase’ Unit to the University of Johannesburg

In a recent news release, Dominovas Energy Corp. (OTCQB: DNRG) announced that it is currently in the process of finalizing plans to deliver its proprietary RUBICON™ solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology to the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. Deployment of the proposed ‘showcase’ unit, which was originally announced in May, will be a first step toward the company’s ultimate goal of delivering its one-of-a-kind, multi-megawatt system to the region.

Dominovas Energy chairman and CEO Neal Allen met with officials from the University of Johannesburg late last week regarding the impending deployment of the company’s demonstration unit. In addition to determining the actual site and deployment strategy for the ‘showcase’ unit, the meetings included discussions regarding the development of a collaborative venture between the University of Johannesburg and Dominovas Energy designed to advance the study of fuel cell technology in the sub-Saharan region of Africa. Establishment of the Institute of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology is expected to provide “a welcome boost to the development of a new research frontier — for the vision of a future clean power supply for South Africa and the whole of Africa,” according to Professor Tien Chien Jen, director of the University of Johannesburg’s manufacturing research center.

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“Let there be no doubt, Dominovas Energy is committed 100% to the delivery of its ‘Showcase’ to South Africa,” Dr. Shamiul Islam, executive vice president for fuel cell operations with Dominovas Energy, stated in the news release. “I am excited to see the progress being made as necessary steps are taking place that have set the path for execution and delivery of our system.”

When deployed, Dominovas Energy’s ‘showcase’ unit will be the first SOFC unit to serve baseload capacity anywhere on the African continent. For residents of countries in sub-Saharan Africa, the company’s RUBICON™ technology will likely be a game changer in the years to come. According to a report by the International Energy Agency (, more than 95 percent of the estimated 1.2 billion people who did not have access to electricity in 2013 were living in sub-Saharan Africa and developing Asia.

The RUBICON™ is expected to play a key role in providing access to reliable power generation throughout the region. The fuel-flexible power solution is capable of generating electricity from a wide variety of hydrocarbon fuels, including diesel, natural gas, propane, ethanol, methanol and bio-derived fuels. Additionally, the RUBICON™, as a stand-alone system, helps developing areas minimize the need for expensive grid construction and upkeep. This combined versatility is designed to encourage the use of natural resources instead of inefficient coal plants while greatly expanding global access to electricity.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) an Investor-Accessible Play with a Unique Business Model in the Thriving Fast Casual Sector

August 24, 2016


A story that really grew legs earlier this year, based on the May report from leading independent strategic market research firm Euromonitor (, clearly illustrates how China’s massive consumer market has rapidly processed the clean food trend that took years to sweep through Western markets. The shift toward healthier alternatives by a large percentage of fast food and casual dining consumers is likely also related to the accessibility of information that has come with ubiquitous internet access all over the planet. The implications of all this for the industry, however, irrespective of the component architecture of causes, is strikingly unambiguous: serious changes toward healthier menu options have become vital.

Fast food giant McDonald’s (NYSE: MCD), which opened doors in China back in 1987 and has grown to over 2,200 locations, as well as Yum Brands (NYSE: YUM), the operator of KFC and Pizza Hut (7,200 locations), are both shedding Chinese footprint. Yum’s market share alone has declined 17 percent since 2012 (MCD lost around 2.7 percent), resulting in strategic divestment of 20 percent of its overall position to a Chinese company, a vector also being pursued by MCD. Consumers want healthier and heartier meals now. This is perhaps the core driver behind the success of outfits like Panera Bread Company (NASDAQ: PNRA) and Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG), as well as 2015 IPO Shake Shack (NYSE: SHAK), which, while not quite as focused on healthier options, definitely speaks to the same consumer sentiment about real food value.

The time has come to seriously start building a portfolio of promising, investor-accessible fast casual and even fast food companies who understand where the industry is headed and have been able to successfully capitalize on the trends, and not just with lackluster, after-the-fact menu alterations the way MCD has done, a decision which has (unsurprisingly) failed to win over increasingly savvy consumers. It makes sense to look at companies who have flipped the script and started from scratch with a new model, operators who understand not just the underlying trends, but the full spectrum of logistical issues as well. Issues like cultivating brand awareness and an identity early on that will have real staying power, or shrewdly setting up the entire model from the get go to really succeed when it comes to securing optimal locations that are heavily trafficked and/or are geographically localized to premium target demos.

Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) is one to watch in this arena, with its unique restaurant concept that fuses together high-end organic food and healthy, cutting-edge play/entertainment for children, a model which has already proven itself by becoming extremely successful in Southern California at some of the high end malls the company brilliantly likes to target for maximum traction – both with the general public and a growing retinue of A-list celebs. This is an extremely important kind of passive celebrity branding that costs GIGL nothing, yet (especially for SoCal folks) resonates hugely with target demos.

Some 15 percent of all ads last year featured high profile celebs (, and whilst most companies must navigate the choppy waters of picking the right kind of celebrity that parallelizes their brand, secure endorsements via huge payouts, or gift celebrities their products in mere hopes that they will thereby gain attention – GIGL simply has to do what it does best: open the doors every morning to one of the finest organic casual dining, “Gymboree” playspace experiences available anywhere on earth. And it just so happens to be the perfect place for birthday parties, which GIGL does masterfully, with themed and specially catered parties that have live entertainers and actors/staff dressed up as the kid’s favorite cartoon star, comic book super hero, or other, similar thematic constructs.

Fast casual is the sector sweet spot, too, as this entire clean food trend comes to a boil globally, with the segment showing a 10.4 percent sales uptick last year compared to 2014 ( Even the largest consumer foodservice market on Earth, China, saw sales grow 9.5 percent year over year to $617 billion. The GIGL story is really something to look at, with tightly-knit partnerships between the company and some of the world’s largest mall operators helping to ensure its longer-term franchise success, as well as a brilliantly executed and highly unique model. By the way, this is a model that can work anywhere on the planet. This versatility is something for investors playing the long game to think about with GIGL, especially considering the baseline receptivity in Asian markets to this kind of family-centric dining concept.

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2050 Motors, Inc. (ETFM) Moves Forward with Carbon Fiber Auto Assembly Plant as Global EV Market Soars in Q1 2016

Even with fuel prices dropping significantly over the last couple of years, which has prompted some industry commentators to predict a slowdown on the electric vehicle market, overall sales reported in the first quarter of 2016 were 42% higher year-on-year ( The Q1 increase is indeed not as high as the figures reported in Q4 2015, which was particularly strong for electric vehicle sales in anticipation of reduced incentives on several markets this year. Nonetheless, plug-in sales in the first quarter totaled an impressive 180,500 units worldwide, with China alone responsible for a considerable portion of the growth, as year-on-year sales in the Asian nation doubled compared to last year.

China remains a significant market for electric vehicles, not only in terms of sales, but also in terms of manufacturing. One of the most revolutionary electric cars on the market at the moment, the e-Go EV sold by 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), is in fact the product of a Chinese company, being engineered and designed by Jiangsu Aoxin New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd. What sets the e-Go EV apart from other electric vehicles is that it is the only such car with a carbon fiber body and parts installed on an aluminum racing car frame and suspension. The entire manufacturing process is done with the help of robotic machines, which lowers both the time and cost of fabrication. The result is an electric car that weighs thousands of pounds less than other similar vehicles on the market, at only 1,450 lbs., and with a carbon fiber body that is five times stronger than steel.

2050 Motors, which has exclusive rights to assemble and distribute the e-Go, says this is the most efficient and affordable electric vehicle ever built, with over three times the battery life of other cars in its class. The vehicle’s battery warranty is eight years with unlimited mileage, the same as Tesla’s (NASDAQ: TSLA) Model S. The company also plans to launch a carbon fiber luxury sedan, the Ibis EV, in the near future.

This might be very soon, as the company recently secured an equity purchase agreement of $10 million for the construction of an assembly plant in Las Vegas. The deal was sealed with Southridge Partners II, LP, a Connecticut-based holding firm specializing in advisory services and direct investment. The facility will be built specifically for the assembly of carbon fiber electric vehicles, including the body and parts being manufactured and shipped from the Jiangsu factory. 2050 Motors is close to completing negotiations with the City of Las Vegas regarding the project, which is expected to bring a great number of high paying jobs to the city.

Additionally, the company is in talks with the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance for the creation of a foreign trade zone for the assembly factory, which would allow it to bring the car bodies and parts from China without formal customs processing or customs duties until the assembled products leave the trade zone.

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Subject of Updated Research Report by Fundamental Research Corp.

Yesterday, Fundamental Research Corp., an independent research firm specializing in the small-cap and microcap sectors, announced the release of an updated analysis on eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI). The new analysis, which includes upward revisions from Fundamental Research Corp.’s original report released in April of this year, highlights EXPI’s strong fiscal performance in the second quarter of 2016, healthy balance sheet and recent independent additions to its board of directors as reasons prospective investors may want to take a second look at the company.

“We are raising our revenue forecast for 2016 from $40.50 million to $48.94 million, and for 2017 from $72.00 million to $82.50 million,” reads the Fundamental Research Corp. report. “We are also raising our long-term forecasts. In our previous models, we had assumed growth to 10,000 members by 2020. We are now extending our models based on the assumption that membership will increase to 15,000 by 2022.”

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Taking a quick look at EXPI’s progress toward expanding its presence in the North American real estate market in recent months, Fundamental Research Corp.’s decision to revise its previous growth forecasts comes as no surprise. Since the original report in April, EXPI has successfully commenced real estate brokerage operations in seven new states and the District of Columbia. In total, the company’s Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage® is currently operational in 41 states; Alberta, Canada; and Washington, D.C. Alongside its entry into new jurisdictions, eXp Realty, the real estate brokerage division of EXPI, has had tremendous success in recruiting real estate professionals to its growing family of agents and brokers. In a news release from earlier this month, the company reported more than 1,580 agents across all of its markets, up from just 864 at the beginning of 2016.

The rapid growth of its real estate brokerage division has also spurred strong fiscal results for EXPI in recent months. On August 15, the company released its second quarter results, which included revenues of more than $13.2 million, a year-over-year increase of 137 percent. This coincided with a 111 percent year-over-year increase to eXp Realty’s agent count. EXPI’s cash position was also strengthened during the second quarter, with cash and cash equivalents up 207 percent from June 2015. Glenn Sanford, chairman and chief executive officer of EXPI, summed up these results in a recent news release.

“eXp Realty continues to experience accelerated growth in agent count and in revenues as a result of our commitment to agent ownership, agent support, and agent engagement,” he stated.

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Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (LB6A.F) Now Has Skin in the Game

Now that Laguna Blends (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (FRANKFURT: LB6A.F) has signed a distribution agreement with ISO International, LLC to promote and distribute seven CannaCeuticals (“Canna”) cannabidiol (CBD) skin care products, the Canadian-based network marketing company is taking its winning ways into the billion dollar aesthetics industry. Canna is a Swiss brand of skincare products based on cosmeceutical-grade CBD. Under the deal, Laguna Blends will pay a one-time license fee of USD 100,000 and commit to purchasing USD 1.5 million worth of product at wholesale prices over the first two years of the agreement.

The company will harness the extensive reach of its affiliate-marketing network to market the Canna skincare line in the U.S., and, after regulatory approval is obtained, plans to market the line in Canada, Asia, Europe and Mexico.

Clinical trials conducted early last year on CBD7 serum, the active ingredient in the Canna skincare line, yielded positive results. The regenerative microencapsulated time-released therapy ‘blurs the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in 7 – 14 days’ and ‘significantly improves the texture of skin’, the report, undertaken by BioScreen® Testing Services, Inc., concluded.

The product under test, one ounce Facial Serum CBD, ‘provided the following statistically significant improvements after 14 days of… use’. There was a ‘12.74% improvement in skin texture’; ‘80.95% of subjects demonstrated an improvement in skin texture’; there was a ‘7.40% improvement in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles of the mouth area’; and ‘80.95% of subjects demonstrated an improvement in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles of the mouth area’. These were encouraging outcomes, which have not gone unnoticed. The widely-circulated May 2016 issue of Elle Magazine, with Beyoncé Knowles on the cover, featured CannaCeuticals CBD7 in its ‘Tips and Trends’ section.

The medical aesthetics market was estimated at $7.5 billion in 2015 by Markets and Markets ( Over the next five years, it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.8%, reaching $12.6 billion in 2020. The skincare market is even larger. At the launch of the distribution deal for the Canna line, Laguna’s CEO Stuart Gray observed:

“We are excited to announce the closing of this transaction, which firmly roots Laguna in the $121 billion global skin care industry. The pairing of our rapidly growing affiliate network with a revolutionary and clinically proven product line creates a powerful opportunity of growth and expansion.”

The Canna brand supplements Laguna Blends’ products based on the nutritional health benefits derived from hemp. Laguna Blends is a network marketing company, sometimes referred to as a multi-layer marketing company, which generates retail sales through independent affiliates. In April 2016, the company announced the commencement of beta testing for its Laguna World virtual 3D community with independent affiliates. Laguna World, an interactive platform, will enable affiliates to train, recruit and sell from home and so reduce unproductive hours spent on traveling. Laguna believes this innovative virtual world technology ‘is a game changer in the Direct Selling / Network Marketing Industry.’

Laguna’s flagship product is Caffe Protein Coffee which ‘is loaded in proteins: both whey and hemp.’ Another product is Pro369, which combines HempOmega®, hemp protein and ginseng and comes in four delicious flavors: Vanilla Caramel, Tropical Fruit, Mixed Berry and Chocolate Banana. Earlier this month, the company announced the renewal of the agreement retaining Emmanual Arceneaux, a player in the Canadian Football League, as a brand ambassador for Pro369.

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Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) Set to Expand Industry Partnerships with Launch of Monaker Booking Engine

Before the opening bell, Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI) announced completion of the design, architecture and buildout of its Application Program Interface (“API”) and the corresponding launch of its Monaker Booking Engine (“MBE”). This announcement marks a key milestone in the company’s efforts to develop a sustainable foothold in the rapidly growing alternative lodging space, as the completed API and MBE will allow Monaker to work toward partnering with large, established online travel agencies, tour operators, airlines and cruise originators to offer its sizable inventory in a real-time booking format. This real-time booking format is key to the company’s future growth, as the vast majority of alternative lodging firms still rely on the less convenient request/response approach to booking, which slows down the rental process.

“The completion of the MBE and API is an important milestone for the Company and our large inventory can now be distributed to our interested partners in the Alternative Lodging industry,” Bill Kerby, chairman and chief executive officer of Monaker, stated in this morning’s news release. “I’m very pleased with the functionality of the MBE and initial discussions with potential partners has suggested their desire to find a true ‘Plug and Play’ solution. We believe we can now uniquely provide this for the growing travel space.”

With the launch of the MBE, Monaker will look to add several large travel industry partners in the coming months. These partnerships will play a key role in the company’s efforts to expand distribution for its growing inventory of alternative lodging rental units. In a shareholder update issued in early June, Monaker reported an impressive 1.1 million alternative lodging rental units under contract and outlined plans to add more than 200,000 additional timeshare or resort units to its NextTrip Resorts platform by the end of this year.

Monaker has remained committed to developing a better approach to the alternative lodging space. Just last week, the company announced the launch of a premium service for its property owners. Leaning on its deep expertise in inventory acquisition, reservations services, technology and distribution, Monaker suggests that property owners who take advantage of its premium service could see an increase of nearly 50 percent in booking revenues while reducing the time required to manage their properties by 10 hours per week. Additionally, leveraging the company’s proprietary platform architecture and partnerships, premium service listings are positioned on up to 50 major global booking platforms in multiple languages worldwide.

With the completion of its API and MBE and the recent launch of its premium service for property owners, Monaker is differentiating itself in the global vacation rental market, which is expected to reach $169.7 billion by 2019, according to Research and Markets. Kerby reiterated management’s optimism regarding the company’s short-term growth prospects to close out this morning’s news release.

“Our goal of becoming one of the larger players in the Alternative Lodging Rental industry can now occur rapidly and we should be adding several large travel industry partners in the near future,” he concluded.

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Explore Exotic Escapes with Monaker Group’s (MKGI) NextTrip Platform

August 23, 2016

Thanks to Business Insider (, we now know where U.S. travelers went for holidays this summer. It may have been the Games of the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which ended on August 21. Although a scoop in USA Today ( claims that just 100,000 Americans attended the Games, down from the anticipated 200,000, stemming from fears of contracting the Zika virus. Well aware of these concerns, Brazil scrapped visa requirements for those holding American passports. From June 1 to September 18, Americans are able to save the hassle and the $160 fee to enjoy a samba summer. The Games may be over, but for a post-Olympic trip to Brazil or some other exotic destination, the adventurer can visit NextTrip, the online alternative lodging and travel platform from Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI).

The Business Insider feature identifies the usual suspects. At number 10 is Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Mexico, which holds two places on the list, has been a perennial favorite for many years. A Pew Research survey in 2007 discovered that Mexico was the most popular vacation getaway for Americans, with an estimated 5.8 million holidaymakers traveling there each year. The city of love, Paris, is number nine, followed by Destin, Florida, at number eight. Located on Florida’s Emerald Coast on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico, Destin has developed from a fishing village into a popular tourist destination because of its many beautiful beaches.

At number seven on Business Insider’s list is the city whose streets, Dick Whittington thought, were paved with gold. Whittington journeyed to London with his cat and later became Lord Mayor of the city. There are no extant records of how his cat fared.

The Big Apple (New York City) comes in at number six, while Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is at number five. Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic takes fourth place. Punta Cana is at the easternmost tip of Hispaniola, the island that the Dominican Republic shares with Haiti. Its 20 miles of beaches with clear water form the Dominican Republic’s La Costa del Coco (Coconut Coast).

Orlando, Florida, is third. Cancun, Mexico, is at number two. Finally, first place goes to Las Vegas, Nevada, known to be the city where ‘What Happens Here Stays Here’.

Now, through Monaker’s comprehensive booking platform, NextTrip, the traveler looking for that extraordinary experience can visit any or all of these colorful locales. However, NextTrip won’t just get him or her there. Through it, travelers can book a hotel room or inhabit what CEO Bill Kerby has described as ‘the hottest space in travel… alternative lodging’. Alternative lodging rentals (ALRs) are whole unit vacation homes or timeshare resort units that are fully furnished, privately owned residential properties, including houses, condominiums, villas and cabins, that property owners and managers rent to the public on a nightly, weekly or monthly basis. ALR listings have multiplied in recent times, with an astonishing diversity that illustrates the economic potential of the space.

A feature in USA Today ( tells the story of the most popular alternative lodgings based on images that users of Pinterest have uploaded. The top five list includes a two-bedroom loft in Rome, Italy. There is, also, a one-bedroom house in Beach Lake, Pennsylvania, and a two-bedroom rental in Tokyo. Then, there is a two-bedroom house in Tepoztlán, Mexico, and a charming one-bedroom Airstream trailer in Wimberley, Texas, all of which promise to be more singular than staying in a characterless hotel room.

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IEG Holdings Corp. (IEGH) Achieving Record Loan Volume through ‘Mr. Amazing Loans’ Brand

IEG Holdings Corp. (OTCQX: IEGH) is a provider of unsecured consumer loans in 17 U.S. states through its state licensed operating subsidiary, Investment Evolution Corporation, under the consumer brand ‘Mr. Amazing Loans’. In recent months, IEGH has successfully leveraged the increasing marketability of its consumer brand to promote tremendous growth, achieving a record high in monthly loan volume of $1.13 million in May before announcing a record high in daily loan volume of $150,000 in early June. In July, the company built on this progress, surpassing $13 million in cumulative loan volume. This milestone marked an increase of 140 percent from January 2015, which IEGH’s management attributed to growing recognition of the ‘Mr. Amazing Loans’ brand, low cost lead sources and continued state license expansion.

After announcing second quarter fiscal results that included a 19 percent year-over-year increase in revenue to a record high of $535,356, IEGH gave prospective shareholders some additional insight into the company’s growth strategy for the coming months. IEGH’s management team aims to expand the ‘Mr. Amazing Loans’ brand into 25 U.S. states during 2016, bringing total nationwide coverage to approximately 240 million people, or about 75 percent of the population. To strengthen its cash position ahead of this growth initiative, the company is currently in the midst of a $95.32 million rights offering to its shareholders of record, with plans to use the proceeds stemming from the offering to fund new loan originations and general corporate expenditures. The subscription period related to this offering is underway and set to end on August 29.

Looking ahead, IEGH’s management team expects loan volumes to continue to rise as a result of tightening regulations on the P2P lending sector. Paul Mathieson, chief executive officer of IEGH, reaffirmed this outlook in a recent news release.

“Management believes the substantially increased regulatory and financing scrutiny on the P2P lending sector is a significant positive going forward for the Mr. Amazing Loans business,” he stated. “IEGH is not a P2P lender, however, we expect some of the P2P players will implode, leading to less overall consumer loan provider competition. We anticipate that this will result in cheaper customer acquisition costs for online, state regulated, balance sheet lenders with strong underwriting standards such as IEGH.”

In June 2016, the New York Department of Financial Services issued warning letters to 28 P2P lending agencies as part of an ongoing investigation into the potential adoption of additional regulation measures. The correspondence demanded ‘immediate compliance’ with the state’s licensing requirements for debt collection, transmitting money and mortgage lending activity. This investigation follows a 2008 decision by the Securities and Exchange Commission that required P2P lenders to register their offerings as securities, pursuant to the Securities Act of 1933. The result was the introduction of an arduous registration process to the P2P sector that led a number of lenders to exit the U.S. market. Notably, New York is one of the eight states being targeted by IEGH for expansion in 2016.

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Taking Stock of Star Mountain Resources’ (SMRS) Zinc Stocks

There is no doubt that Star Mountain Resources, Inc.’s (OTC: SMRS) stock is rising. The recent Industry Guide 7 Report (IG7 Report) prepared according to U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rubric paints a rosy picture of the Tempe, Arizona-based junior exploration and mining company’s prospects in the zinc market. The report showed that Star Mountain’s Balmat Mine in St. Lawrence County, New York, has proven and probable reserves of 585,000 tons of 9.2 percent grade zinc that could generate $80.8 million in revenue over the first 2.5 years of operation. Star Mountain acquired the Balmat mine in November 2015 and since then has been gearing up to resume production. There couldn’t be a better time. Supplies are falling and zinc prices are rising.

Data provided by the London Metal Exchange (LME) illustrate this year’s market trends for refined zinc. Stocks registered with the LME have been falling steadily since the start of this year. On January 5, 2016, the LME reported opening stocks of refined zinc of 460,475 tonnes. By the end of May 2016, those stocks had fallen by 17 percent to 380,450 tonnes. During this five-month period, price and stock changes were inversely correlated, as might be expected, with prices falling if stocks rose and prices rising as stocks fell. Prices appreciated by 23 percent, rising from USD 1,547.00 per tonne to USD 1,906.00 per tonne.

However, the opening stock figures reported by the LME have been increasing since the end of May, albeit not continuously. From 380,450 tonnes at the end of May 2016, they rose to 442,700 tonnes at the end of June 2016, fell to 431,200 tonnes by the end of July 2016 and rose again to 455,875 tonnes on Friday, August 19, 2016. Registered opening stocks of refined zinc have climbed by almost 20 percent since the end of May, yet prices have kept on rising. There’s obviously more to this than meets the LME eye.

There is some suggestion, judging from International Lead and Zinc Study Group (ILZSG) reports, that global zinc inventory includes metal in government coffers, such as the State Reserves Bureau (SRB) of China, and stocks held by producers and speculators as well as exchange-registered tonnage. Consequently, delivery to the ‘official’ market may cause disturbing shocks.

A Reuters report ( details the sudden arrival, in the third quarter of last year, of ‘250,000 tonnes of zinc… delivered onto LME warrant, just about all of it at New Orleans’. A similar event occurred in February 2016, ‘when 50,000 tonnes hit the exchange’s warehouse system, although New Orleans only accounted for 8,725 tonnes, the rest arriving at the Malaysian ports of Port Klang and Johor’ . A warrant is a document of possession, issued by the warehouse company, for each lot of LME-approved metal held within an LME-approved facility. Warrants are used as the means of delivering metal under LME contracts.

Zinc, it seems, is beginning to materialize from thin air.

All of this indicates how rosy Star Mountain’s fortunes are with its Balmat mine. The mine, which has produced over 30 million tons of zinc so far, commenced operations in 1930 and produced continually until 2001 when zinc prices fell. Operations started again for about two years, from 2006 to 2008, when falling prices again caused a halt. Star Mountain also possesses an interest in the Star Mountain/Chopar project with 116 lode-mining claims and four metalliferous mineral leases, which cover 3,730 acres located in the Star mountain range of the Star mining district in Beaver County, Utah, and the Ogden Bay Minerals project located in West Ogden, Utah.

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DigiPath, Inc. (DIGP) Cannabis Testing Service Consolidates Position in Nevada

August 22, 2016

The U.S. cannabis industry is booming, with Nevada being one of the country’s most important markets as a proposal to legalize the use of recreational marijuana in the state is expected to pass by a landslide in November. Nevada has already approved the use of medical cannabis in 2000, and the November 8 vote is seen as an opportunity for the state to possibly replace Colorado as the country’s main marijuana tourism destination and maybe even join global destinations for cannabis such as Amsterdam.

A significant part of the industry and arguably the most attractive is cannabis testing services, estimated to generate up to one billion dollars of the overall $35 billion the industry is expected to generate by 2020. Testing services are crucial for the industry’s development, especially on newer, self-regulated markets such as Nevada. Capitalizing on these trends, DigiPath, Inc. (OTCQB: DIGP), via its cannabis testing service DigiPath Labs™, has its foot set firmly in the Nevadan market, after opening a state-of-the-art testing facility in Las Vegas and already securing contracts with a great number of the state’s licensed cultivators.

In August alone, the company announced new service agreements with three leading cultivators located in the Las Vegas area: The Clinic Nevada LLC, Green Extracts – a Moxie Seeds & Extracts licensee, and Vegas Valley Growers. Based in Las Vegas, The Clinic has numerous cultivation and retail locations in Colorado and Illinois and, according to COO Jon Marshall, it chose DigiPath Labs as its cannabis testing provider because the service has ‘gone above and beyond’ in delivering reliable results with a quick turnaround. Moxie Seeds & Extracts is one of the foremost producers of cannabis extracts, manufacturing a wide range of extracts including hashes, oils, tinctures, and seeds for various cannabis strains. Moxie picked DigiPath Labs as a testing service for its licensee Green Therapeutics after being impressed by the quick 48-hour turnaround, its impressive staff of scientists and superior customer service. Similar words of appreciation for DigiPath Labs’ turnaround time, customer service and science staff came from Vegas Valley Growers COO Marla Wilson. Vegas Valley Growers is the exclusive licensee in Nevada of Bhang Corporation, a leading U.S. manufacturer of cannabis infused products, such as chocolate, as well as various types of cannabis vaporizers and refills.

The new deals will help DigiPath consolidate its position on the Nevadan market, where it aims to become the leading provider of cannabis analytic testing and set the industry standard for cannabis and cannabis-based product testing, using both proprietary operating procedures and FDA-compliant lab equipment. The company offers the fastest testing turnaround on the market – 48 hours to analyze test samples and return the results, with the help of ultra-sensitive analytical equipment produced by top diagnostics instrumentation manufacturer Agilent Technologies (NYSE: A). Under the management of Dr. Cindy Orser, a reputable biotech and diagnostic industry pioneer, the Las Vegas testing facility’s main goals are to enable manufacturers to offer safe products, free of contaminants, and to provide detailed cannabinoid profiles for cannabis-based medicine so as to allow patients to benefit from the right product for their needs.

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