Monthly Archives: January 2017

eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Using Virtual Reality to Better Train its Agents and Brokers

January 31, 2017

Brokers have been using virtual reality for a long time, but augmented reality, or AR, is expected to be a new trend for 2017, according to the ‘Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2017’ report published by PWC ( With the emergence of Pokémon Go, it became clear that augmented reality could prompt over 10 million people to leave their homes and search for digital characters. Could it somehow do the same for the real estate industry?

Despite basic AR technology having been around for some time, brokers are now using it to show tenants and potential buyers customizable experiences not seen before. The biggest change in consumer behavior came after Pokémon Go showed that AR could actually encourage people to visit new places, something the real estate industry relies upon heavily. The report explains: “Since real estate, both residential and commercial, relies upon the consumer experiencing a property—almost always in a site visit—before committing to a transaction, stimulating such a visit by a technological lure can be extremely powerful.”

However, marketing and sales are not the only things in real estate that augmented and virtual reality are transforming. Companies are now able to use these technologies as a way to better train their agents and brokers, as shown by eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI). EXPI subsidiary eXp Realty is an agent-owned cloud brokerage that has leveraged advanced-tech systems and tools to grow rapidly on an international level.

EXPI has given agents and brokers the opportunity to work, attend classes, strategize, innovate, build teams, and collaborate through the internet, from anywhere in the world. However, the company believes that the face of the real estate industry is still changing, and that real estate professionals should always be ready to improve their approach to business.

With internet technology evolving, eXp World Holdings, Inc. knows that its consumers are equipped with more knowledge than ever before, and they no longer see as great a need to visit a traditional real estate office. This is why EXPI has created a cloud-based environment where agents are able to buy and sell homes without physical brick and mortar offices. With consumers relying less and less on these offices, EXPI is able to invest more into its services, including the training of its agents and brokers, rather than covering costs associated with facilities.

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Palatin Technologies, Inc. (PTN) Takes Bremelanotide to Phase 3 Clinical Trials for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD)

Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, or HSDD, is a common female sexual dysfunction where the woman feels a decrease in sexual desire and an increase in personal distress from this lack of desire. It’s a disorder affecting approximately one in 10 women, and it often leads to relationship issues. According to ‘Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder: A Review of Epidemiology, Biopsychology, Diagnosis, and Treatment’ (, HSDD is present in just under 9% of women aged 18 to 44, over 12% of women aged 45 to 64, and over 7% of women aged over 65.

The report continues to explain that more than half of women suffering from HSDD do not seek help from their doctors or physicians. This has been largely attributed to fear and embarrassment. Despite there being a tool called ‘The Decreased Sexual Desire Screener’, available in general practices, HSDD still remains underdetected and undertreated. However, there are also new drugs being developed for the treatment of HSDD.

In 2015, a drug called Addyi (flibanserin) was approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) as the first centrally acting daily medication for HSDD. Recently, Palatin Technologies, Inc. (NYSE MKT: PTN) announced Phase 3 development of Bremelanotide. Based on the biopharmaceutical company’s findings, Bremelanotide is thought to have several distinct advantages over Addyi.

Bremelanotide has a different form of administration than Addyi. Bremelanotide can be taken as needed with an onset of efficacy in approximately 30 minutes, effective for a period of eight to 10 hours. In addition to this, the drug is not expected to have a boxed warning, unlike Addyi, which has the potential of causing hypertension and syncope in certain settings.

Bremelanotide is also not believed to interact with alcohol, or have any contraindications. On the other hand, patients taking Addyi are advised to abstain from alcohol and the drug is not to be used with strong CYP3A4 or in patients with hepatic impairments, as this could increase the risk of hypertension and syncope.

The Phase 2B clinical trials involved 327 female patients, some taking Bremelanotide and others a placebo, at home, for a 20-week period. All patients suffered from some form of female sexual dysfunction. The results showed a 50% increase in Satisfying Sexual Events (SSEs) with Bremelanotide, compared to a 12% increase with placebo. Other factors that improved included an improvement in overall sexual function and a decrease in personal distress from the sexual dysfunction.

Currently, PTN’s Bremelanotide is in Phase 3 development as a treatment for hypoactive sexual desire disorder in premenopausal women. The pivotal Phase 3 clinical trials were initiated in December 2014 and January 2015, respectively, with the efficacy portion completed back in August 2016. The topline data for the drug is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of 2016. If the data is positive, the data will support an NDA filing in 2H2017 and potential NDA approval in 2H2018.

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January 30, 2017

Premier financial information company, Inc. (OTCQB: CIIX) this morning announced that CEO Warren Wang will be presenting at NobleCon13 on Tuesday, January 31, 2017, at 2:30 PM Eastern Time. The conference, which is currently underway at the Boca Raton Resort & Club in Boca Raton, Florida, is hosted by Noble Capital Markets and focuses on emerging growth companies with less than $2 billion in market capitalization.

For interested investors who are unable to attend NobleCon13, CIIX plans to make a high-definition video webcast of its presentation, as well as a copy of the presentation materials, available on its website at The CIIX presentation will also be available as part of the complete catalog of NobleCon13 presentations at

In recent weeks, has given prospective shareholders plenty of reason for excitement, as the company continues to prepare for its entry into the thriving global cannabidiol (CBD) market. In December, CIIX announced a new wholesale agreement that will enable the company to retail a line of nutritional supplements containing CBD to the Asian market through both online and in-store sales. Shortly after this update, unveiled the new headquarters of its operations in Shanghai, China. Upon launch, the new site is expected to be the world’s first CBD health products online store available in the Chinese language, giving CIIX access to an expansive global market.

“China has a consumer base of nearly 2 billion people and this large population affords an outstanding opportunity to be the provider of choice for CBD oil products to them,” Warren Wang, founder and CEO of CIIX, stated in a recent news release. “CIIX is very excited to be the world’s first listed Chinese company promoting CBD health products that will help Chinese people improve their health status.”

Much like the wider legal cannabis industry, the global market for CBD is expected to experience a period of rapid growth in the coming years. While global statistics are difficult to come by in the face of evolving legislation, the U.S. market could give some insight into international demand. Hemp Business Journal, a market research firm focused on the burgeoning U.S. hemp industry, recently forecast that consumer sales of CBD products in the U.S. could climb to $2.1 billion by 2020, representing an increase of 700 percent from 2016.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) CEO Discusses Cannabis Industry Game Plan in Interview with CFN Media Group

Before the opening bell, CFN Media Group, the leading creative agency and digital media network dedicated to legal cannabis, announced the release of an exclusive interview with Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) CEO Greg Lambrecht. In the interview, Lambrecht takes a look at the current state of the legal cannabis industry, particularly as it relates to banking, which is an area that Singlepoint is currently targeting through its SingleSeed subsidiary. In addition to providing some insight into the company’s early-mover advantage in the burgeoning market, Lambrecht used the interview to offer prospective investors some additional insight into Singlepoint’s strategy to capitalize on proposed reform to the regulations that are currently impeding the use of banking services for the legal cannabis industry.

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The legal cannabis industry is expected to record tremendous growth in the coming months, driven primarily by California and the three other states that voted to legalize the substance for recreational purposes last November. According to Cowen & Co., the industry could record revenues in excess of $50 billion by 2026, creating a lucrative opportunity for companies operating in the space.

Despite the fact that well over half of all states have now legalized marijuana in some form, the drug remains illegal at the federal level. This inconsistency has caused most commercial banks around the country to keep their distance. Since the last guidelines from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) were released in 2014, less than three percent of the nearly 12,000 federally regulated banks and credit unions have made the decision to serve the cannabis industry.

In recent weeks, lawmakers have initiated a movement to correct this oversight. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, in concert with nine other U.S. senators, recently penned a letter to FinCEN calling for improved guidelines that could help correct the ‘cash-only’ modus operandi that’s currently in play for the vast majority of legal cannabis businesses. Warren noted a variety of potential benefits that could stem from this reform, including more reliable tax records and improved all-around safety for dispensaries and similar operations.

Singlepoint, through its SingleSeed subsidiary, is primed to capitalize on this proposed reform. The company initially recognized the enormous potential for cannabis credit card processing years ago, when it placed cashless ATMs at roughly 200 medical and recreational dispensaries in Colorado and Washington. Unfortunately, regulatory red tape forced Singlepoint to temporarily suspend those operations, but the company’s growing list of interested clients in the space could create a tremendous opportunity if and when lawmakers address the cannabis banking problem.

In preparation for anticipated reform, Singlepoint has already launched in an effort to expand its existing customer base in the cannabis industry. The company recently launched a connect-by-text marketing platform for cannabis businesses that allows them to seamlessly communicate with customers in a way that doesn’t run afoul of strict cannabis marketing regulations. These efforts, when combined with Singlepoint’s aggressive acquisition strategy, played a key role in CFN Media Group’s classification of the company as a “compelling opportunity within the cannabis payments space.”

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VPR Brands, LP (VPRB) Showcasing New Vaping Solutions for Fast-Growing Cannabis Market

January 26, 2017

VPR Brands, LP (OTC: VPRB), a manufacturer and provider of electronic cigarette and vaping solutions based on both U.S. and Chinese patents, has big plans for the year on the heels of the recent legalization of medical and recreational use of marijuana in several states. Most of the company’s vaping products can be easily used by the legal marijuana industry, presenting VPR Brands with an impressive opportunity for rapid growth. In addition, the company also has plans to further expand its product offerings to include specific cannabis vaping products such as the STINGER vaping stick and an entirely new brand destined to all cannabis packaging, SAFRx as well as other places like Puffmen. Vaping has become a key player in the marijuana industry with new businesses popping up throughout the industry, there are now various businesses that look for ways to promote their cbd brands using something similar to private label cbd as well as others.

Founded in 2004, the Miami, Florida-based VPR Brands owns patents for various atomization products and other types or vaping technology, from electronic cigarettes and accessories to medical marijuana vaporizers and more. The company also develops private label manufacturing programs, most notably for e-liquid, with a capacity of more than one million bottles per month. VPR Brands’ private label e-liquid manufacturing program is available for both manufacturers who simply want to tweak their own formulas and those who want to expand their lines. The company constantly expands its flavor line and also offers reverse flavor engineering services. The e-liquid is manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility and undergoes rigorous quality control testing before being delivered to the end customer.

In addition to its private label services, VPR Brands offers vaping technology ranging from vaporizers to electronic cigarettes and related accessories under various established brand names, such as Helium, a line of e-liquids and chillers; HoneyStick™, the first ceramic sub-Ohm oil device available in three different sizes; Krave®, a line of electronic cigarettes with related kits and accessories; Vaporin™, a premium line of e-liquids, vaporizers and electronic cigarettes; and VaporX®, a line of sophisticated, high-quality vaporizers, premium e-liquids, e-cigs, cartridges and accessories.

As part of the HoneyStick™ brand, the company recently relaunched its flagship product, the STINGER vaporizer for cannabis concentrates. The fully ceramic unit, with its sleek and elegant design, was showcased as one of the best performing and versatile ceramic vaping pens at the 2017 BIG Industry Show in Los Angeles last week. Present at the show, VPR Brands CEO Kevin Frija and COO Dan Hoff said they expect California to become an even larger market for cannabis-related products this year, following the state’s vote to legalize recreational adult use alongside medicinal use of the substance. Industry analysts expect annual sales of marijuana in California to reach a total of $7.6 billion by 2020.

VPR Brands is also attending the TPE Tobacco Plus Expo in Las Vegas on January 25-26 to showcase its newest product portfolio for 2017. Most of these new products have not yet been released to the public, but initial response has been very encouraging, Frija said, adding that the new portfolio will become available via retail as of the second and third quarters of the year. The company’s management expects a high turnout from the cannabis sector at the show – the first major industry expo to take place in Nevada since the state voted to legalize recreational marijuana use. The legal marijuana market in the state is expected to grow from $121.6 million last year to about $630 million by the year 2020.

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Stealth Technologies, Inc. (STTH) is “One to Watch”

Founded in 1999, Stealth Technologies (OTCQB: STTH) is focused on developing and marketing products that deliver cost effective, independently validated solutions for large addressable international and domestic markets. The company’s primary target is identity protection and personal safety.

The Stealth Card represents the company’s flagship solution for identity protection. Today there are more than 1.5 billion credit and debit cards in circulation with RFID chips, making it easier than ever for identity thieves to steal sensitive information without contact. The paper-thin Stealth Card offered by Stealth Technologies protects up to 12 RFID credit cards in a wallet without any batteries or charging requirements. is an expansion of the company’s commitment to provide first-rate identity protection solutions. The proprietary system underlying this identity protection and recovery service was designed in partnership with law enforcement officials. Utilizing the most effective methods of prevention involving a two-step process, is a superior answer to the non-stop identity theft taking place every day.

The international marketplace was infiltrated by Stealth Technologies when the company launched its 911 HELP NOW™ emergency medical alert device. Providing direct access with 911 service at a touch of a button, the device is packed with powerful features including a full year of battery life from standard AAA batteries, compact ergonomic design, 2-way voice and a durable, splash resistant design.

Stealth Mobile is the latest product offering introduced to leverage the Stealth Technologies’ brand and sales channels established by the other products. Similar to the Stealth Card, Stealth Mobile prevents electronic pickpocketing. The product guards NFC transmissions emitted by cell phone devices, which can include personal information, messages and financial data.

Stealth Technologies recognizes the value of the rapid sales growth generated by these technologies and has multiple patents pending to safeguard its investments. With an expanding product suite and ongoing expansion into the identity theft protection marketplace, Stealth Technologies remains committed to its focus on increased growth and profitability.

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First Bitcoin Capital Corp. (BITCF) Signs Distributorship for ATMs Targeting Cannabis Dispensaries

January 25, 2017

First Bitcoin Capital Corp. (OTC: BITCF) has signed a master distributorship for a new type of check-cashing ATM designed for use in medical cannabis dispensaries in California. The Vancouver, B.C.-based company offers a full line of financial services for the medical marijuana industry. The specially-designed ATMs offer check cashing services and are designed specifically for use in medical marijuana dispensaries. The company said it expects these ATMs will increase the customer base in these locations by 18%.

First Bitcoin Capital Corp. is a developer of services related to bitcoin and cryptocurrency. It offers financial solutions for high-risk merchants, including medical marijuana dispensaries. Its financial services are needed to make it easy for clientele to cash checks. The new ATMs are specially designed to serve large and established medical marijuana dispensaries, and they have sophisticated risk analysis algorithms and underwriting procedures.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) believes that approximately 7% of U.S. households are unbanked, referring to a 2015 National Survey of Unbanked and Underbanked Households ( That survey indicated that about nine million households in the U.S. were unbanked. Another 19.9% of households, or 24.5 million, the study showed, were underbanked. This is defined as a household having a checking or savings account, but using financial services outside of the conventional banking system. Members of this group used payday, pawn shop, or auto title loans. Almost 70% said they used ATMs/kiosks to access their bank accounts.

The ATM machines to be distributed by First Bitcoin Capital Corp. will enable consumers to cash payroll, government, and personal checks, as well as money orders. The fully-automated ATMs will process the needs of unbanked customers who may need to cash checks before purchasing. This is seen by the company as an attractive feature for dispensaries, making check cashing convenient for its clientele.

First Bitcoin said it is also developing a system that would allow dispensaries to accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as legal payment. First Bitcoin is tailoring its financial services to the unique needs of the medical cannabis industry.

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ITUS Corporation (NASDAQ: ITUS) is “One to Watch”

It is no secret that cancer remains a global epidemic. According to The National Cancer Institute (, cancer is still one of the leading causes of death in the world, with more than 8.2 million cancer-related deaths back in 2012. The American Cancer Society ( estimates that in 2017, just in the U.S., there will be over 1.6 million new cancer cases, with more than 600,000 cancer-related deaths, and the number of new cancer cases is expected to rise to 22 million within the next 20 years.

Some of the most common types of cancer expected in 2017 include breast cancer, lung and bronchus cancer, prostate cancer, colorectal cancer, melanoma of the skin, and urinary bladder cancer, with lung and bronchus cancer expected to be the biggest killers. Each of the types of cancer listed above needs to be detected early in order for patients to have the best survival rates, something made possible only with effective cancer screening tests.

ITUS Corporation (NASDAQ: ITUS), a company in the business of developing a series of non-invasive, inexpensive blood tests in order to detect cancer early on, has come up with Cchek™, a new form of cancer screening test that has proven to be more accurate, reliable, easy, and affordable than current screening tests. Cchek™ is a diagnostic platform that focuses on a subset of cells that are said to appear at the beginning of the formation of a tumor. By using proprietary protocols and fluorescently labeled antibodies, Cchek™ counts and sorts the specific and rare cells.

Currently, Cchek™ has been validated with 14 cancer types and has tested 315 patients, with 225 testing positive for cancer and 87 testing negative. In the preliminary results, the company achieved sensitivity and specificity of 92% accordingly for 88 patient samples, including 54 samples from patients with a variety of types of cancer, and 34 healthy patients. Sensitivity and specificity are two scientific measurements that are used to establish the efficacy of a diagnostic test.

ITUS Corporation is in the process of submitting its data at scientific meetings and plans to publish its data shortly. The company is continuing to process new patient samples with the aim of testing new cancer types while evaluating benign conditions. Currently, ITUS is still undertaking double-blinded testing in order to take Cchek™ to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for future approval.

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Global Cannabis Growth Spurs, Inc. (CIIX) Cannabidiol Plans in China

January 24, 2017

The strategy by, Inc. (OTCQB: CIIX) to open the first cannabidiol (CBD) online retail store in China, and to use a wholly-owned subsidiary in the retail and wholesale business to supply CBD health oil products throughout Asia, has attracted the attention of investors who have seen global activity in the cannabis market grow. operates a website for Chinese-speaking investors located in China and the U.S. Its self-directed investing model includes education products and services such as consulting. The company previously announced plans to open a retail store in the Shanghai Free Trade Area and commence distribution of CBD health oil products to Chinese people located around the globe. It expects to go live with its site later this month.

Investment companies have already seen the growth of the cannabis industry globally. Marijuana is not legal in China, but oils that are cannabis-based are. Medical and recreational marijuana is growing globally. Some countries permit medical marijuana only. Legal sales are growing throughout the world and CIIX sees an important opportunity in China and Asia.

Matt Karnes of GreenWave Advisors ( projects that the CBD market in the U.S. could reach almost $3 billion by 2021. Warren Wang, founder and CEO of CIIX, cited the CBD Report in the Hemp Business Journal that the U.S. hemp and legal marijuana consumer sale industries could grow to $2.1 billion by 2020. The ArcView Group sees industry sales throughout North America growing to a little more than $8 billion by the end of 2017.

In a recent news release, Wang added that CIIX has entered into a wholesale agreement with a well-known manufacturer of CBD oil. He anticipates that, through its online platform and retail store, CIIX will be able to retail nutritional supplements containing CBD to China and other Asian markets.

Legalization of marijuana is happening globally. According to TMFUltraLong (, you can use or buy it in some form in Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, France, Uruguay, Chile, Czech Republic, Colombia, and Jamaica. In the U.S., 28 states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical marijuana. To date, a total of 16 states have legalized CBD.

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January 23, 2017

Before the opening bell, top-ranked independent research firm WallStreet Research™ (WSR) announced the release of a Corporate Profile Analyst Report covering, Inc. (OTCQB: CIIX). In addition to highlighting CIIX’s ongoing operations, including both its efforts to provide a range of financial information to the global Chinese population via and its preparations to capitalize on the thriving market for cannabidiol-based products through its website, the WSR report gives prospective investors some additional insight into the tremendous growth opportunities presented by the company’s evolving strategy.

“The Company’s recent announcements regarding expansion into the medical marijuana and CBD oil industry has driven great interest in CIIX shares,” Alan Stone, managing director of WSR, stated in this morning’s news release. “As a result, the shares have significantly increased in both market value and trading volume, potentially positioning the company for a listing either on the NASDAQ or the NYSE Markets sometime later in 2017.”

In recent weeks, CIIX has made considerable progress toward the impending launch of its operations in the emerging global cannabis industry. Last month, the company announced a new partnership with a well-known cannabidiol (CBD) health brand that will enable CIIX to retail nutritional supplements containing CBD to the Asian market through both online and in-store distribution channels. Shortly after that announcement, CIIX unveiled plans to launch the world’s first CBD health products online store available in the Chinese language by the end of January 2017. The headquarters for this operation will be located in Shanghai, and the company has already outlined plans to create a wholly-owned subsidiary within the Shanghai Free Trade Zone with the sole focus of supplying CBD-based health products to the expansive worldwide Chinese population.

This morning’s release of a research report from WSR came just days after the release of a similar update from Traders News Source (TNS), an equity research firm specializing in small and micro-cap securities. The TNS report also placed a great deal of focus on CIIX’s recent entry into the cannabis industry through The firm notes that, while marijuana use is currently illegal in the People’s Republic of China, cannabis-based oils are legal, providing a potential market for CIIX that includes well over one billion people in China alone.

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Westell Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: WSTL) Advancing Network Performance with Innovative Solutions

Since its inception back in 1980, Aurora, Illinois-based Westell Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: WSTL) has had one primary goal: that of ensuring top-quality communications to its customers. Almost four decades ago, this meant offering highly efficient transmission equipment and telephone signaling, but since then the company has expanded significantly and adapted to now offer some of the most technologically advanced, high-performance wireless infrastructure solutions in the telecom industry. Westell Technologies offers a comprehensive set of innovative products and service geared toward advancing network performance and helping network operators and service providers lower operating expenses. Serving primarily the U.S. market, Westell has expanded to also offer its products and services to Canada, South America, Africa, and Australia.

Westell’s innovative product solutions include Intelligent Site Management (ISM), Communication Network Solutions (CNS) and In-Building Wireless (IBW) via proprietary Clearlink® technology. The ISM solution helps users gain a competitive advantage when it comes to control and operation of their networks through remote visibility, a unitary control platform, lower operating costs, flexibility, adaptability, quality and maximum efficiency. Given the rapid expansion of wireless networks and the growing challenges this poses, the focus is now more on remote site management so as to lower maintenance costs and minimize troubleshooting. Westell provides comprehensive site management focused on communications management, power and security management and environmental management.

The company’s CNS include state-of-the-art network interfaces, power distribution systems, cabinets and enclosures, cell site optimization, system integration and also copper fiber management. The main goal of the company’s CNS is to help build reliable communications networks that can sustain harsh environmental conditions and still be able to connect any outdoor facility or building effectively, safely and efficiently.

Westell’s IBW segment is based on the company’s proprietary Clearlink® technology and includes various comprehensive solutions designed to ensure wireless coverage and capacity. IBW solutions include small cell deployments and distributed antenna systems, which are becoming increasingly common due to a significant spike in the use of mobile devices and data-intensive mobile services in office buildings, universities, airports and other public venues. The company’s Clearlink® IBW solution includes antennas, distributed antenna system radiofrequency conditioners, bi-directional amplifiers, digital repeaters and other types of system components aimed at improving overall network performance while lowering capital and operating costs.

In addition to its three main product groups, Westell also offers a comprehensive range of support and services to its customers so as to put together customized, complete solutions that best meet their business needs. Leveraging its 35+ years of experience in providing quality, innovative service to the industry, Westell makes available important technical knowledge and integration services, as well as training classes and general support designed to help all of its customers, from service providers to tower operators and other network operators.

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Function(x) Inc. (NASDAQ: FNCX) Stole a March on the Women’s March with Wetpaint for Millennial Women

The hundreds of thousands of women who attended the Women’s March on Washington and its ‘sister’ marches across the nation and around the world attest to the magnitude of ‘girl power’. The status of women has certainly changed from what it was in the 15th century, when the English clergyman, John Mirk, wrote in a homily that survives, slightly altered, to this day: a maid should be seen, but not heard.

The multitude of maids that paraded across Independence Avenue and at other locations was certainly seen and definitely heard. The modern woman takes an active role in public affairs, but she also indulges her fancy for lighter fare by visiting the Function(x) Inc. (NASDAQ: FNCX) website Wetpaint, which, for over six years now, has been serving millennial women with the latest entertainment scoops, including television, music, and pop culture news.

Millennials, or those born between 1982 and 2000, make up about one-quarter of the U.S. population. At 83.1 million, they now outnumber the 75.4 million Baby Boomers, according to recent Census Bureau ( data. Their numbers mean they cannot be ignored.

A feature on NewsCred Insights ( stressed the need for those who market to Millennials to have relevant content. It also pointed out that you can ‘catch Millennials where they live: on social media’. Millennial women, it seems, make up the majority of users on social media platforms such as Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram. Men prefer online discussion forums like the once profanity-laced Reddit. Gender differences on Twitter, Tumblr and LinkedIn are not, according to the Pew Research Center (, significant. Most fascinating of all was the discovery that 70 percent of millennial women consider shopping to be entertainment. Who would have guessed?

That’s why, in 2010, Function(x) launched the Wetpaint Entertainment platform designed to offer the 18–34 year old female demographic information, entertainment and information on entertainment. On Wetpaint, Generation Y females can get the latest updates and breaking news on TV shows, celebrities, reality gossip, music, and fashion. The site, which depends on an advertising-based revenue model, publishes more than 55 new articles, videos and galleries each day.

To enhance its digital publishing business, Function(x) recently acquired the assets of Rant Inc., a leading digital publisher of original content across 13 different verticals, most notably in sports, entertainment, pets, cars, and food. The combined Wetpaint and Rant properties currently have approximately 13.5 million fans on their Facebook pages and generate an average of 14.4 million visits per month.

Another Function(x) property is Choose Digital, a white-label digital marketplace featuring a wide up-to-date range of digital content, including music, movies, TV shows, e-Books and audio books. The site offers an aggregation of movie and TV content plus content sourced from the world’s leading record companies and book publishers.

Function(x) also offers a daily fantasy sports experience both directly to consumers and to businesses desiring turnkey solutions through its majority ownership of DraftDay Gaming Group, which is well-positioned to become a significant player in the explosive fantasy sports market.

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Founded in 1999, (OTCQB: CIIX) has become a leading financial information website for Chinese-speaking investors in the United States and China. Recognizing unprecedented opportunities in the U.S. cannabis industry, CIIX is also laying the groundwork to capitalize on growing demand for cannabidiol (CBD)-based nutrition and health products.

Through its primary website,, CIIX offers a variety of investor education products and services, including real-time market commentary, analysis and educational related services in Chinese language character sets; consultative services to smaller private companies considering becoming a public company; and advertising and public relations related support services.

At the center of this initiative is the ChineseInvestors Method, a unique integration of a disciplined investing process, web-based tools, personalized instructions and support. Using this strategy, CIIX provides reliable market information to help investors make informed investment decisions and meet their individualized financial goals.

CIIX is also leveraging its financial expertise to enter into the burgeoning CBD industry, which within a few years has grown from a relatively invisible sector to a billowing market expected to reach $2.1 billion in consumer sales by 2020.

The increasing demand for CBD-based products is a catalyst for innovative business endeavors. To this accord, CIIX has established a three-year development plan to capitalize on the convergence of CBD and the nutrition and health products market in mainland China, where the benefits of CBD oil have not been widely recognized.

Under a wholesale agreement with a reputable CBD health brand, CIIX is launching the world’s first online CBD health products store published in the Chinese language. The site,, caters to a growing number of Chinese people awakening to the numerous health benefits of CBD oil for treatment of a variety of conditions such as anxiety, stress, poor sleep, Alzheimer’s disease, and more. CIIX expects to launch this website at the end of January 2017, and plans to sell CBD-infused products via online and in-store.

In conjunction, CIIX’s cannabis-focused “Yelp”-style mobile app is in development as a platform for Chinese people to review and discuss various cannabis products. The app will be the first marijuana social media mobile app designed for Chinese-speaking customers worldwide.

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Catalyst Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: CPRX) Offering Novel Therapies for Rare Diseases

January 20, 2017

A Florida-based biopharmaceutical company is giving hope to patients with rare debilitating diseases by developing innovative therapies designed specifically to improve and alleviate their symptoms. The main focus of Catalyst Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: CPRX) is the development of a treatment for Lambert-Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome (LEMS) – a rare, autoimmune, neuromuscular disorder characterized by muscle weakness and autonomic dysfunction.

With a prevalence of approximately 1 in 100,000 people in the United States and Canada, this ailment can be severely debilitating, as its primary symptoms are severe muscle weakness and fatigue. The disease occurs when the immune system starts attacking the nerves that control muscles, more specifically nerve cell proteins that regulate how much acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter, is released. When the body cannot release enough of it, regular muscle contractions that allow walking, wiggling one’s fingers or shrugging one’s shoulders become almost impossible. In addition to these symptoms, approximately 50 percent of LEMS patients also develop a form of cancer, typically small cell lung cancer.

Catalyst Pharmaceuticals is currently developing amifampridine phosphate specifically for the treatment of LEMS and possibly other neuromuscular disorders. The company has recently completed a crucial Phase 3 clinical trial for amifampridine phosphate with positive top-line results: the 38 subject, global, multi-center study showed that the product is safe and effective in the treatment of LEMS Patients. The therapy has already received the Orphan Drug and Breakthrough Therapy designations from the Food and Drug Administration, which means that it can be made available on a compassionate use basis to patients who really need it, pending FDA’s approval for commercialization. Clinical trial participants can get continued access to the treatment through the Amifampridine Phosphate Expanded Access Program recently initiated by Catalyst Pharmaceuticals. In the meantime, the company continues its work to secure FDA approval for the therapy so as to begin commercializing it under the proposed tradename of Firdapse®.

The company believes this product has the potential to treat several other neuromuscular disorders including Congenital Myasthenic Syndromes (CMS) and some cases of myasthenia gravis that do not respond to regular approved therapies. These possible applications of the treatment are also mentioned in the NDA that Catalyst recently filed with the Food and Drug Administration. CMS is a rare autoimmune disorder that starts affecting patients shortly after birth or in their early childhood. Ranging in severity from minor to disabling symptoms, its main effect is a significant fatigable weakness of skeletal muscles that can even lead to episodes of respiratory insufficiency if other conditions, such as fever or infections, are present. Another condition that could be improved by amifampridine phosphate is downbeat nystagmus, popularly known as “dancing eyes” because of its most common symptom: involuntary rhythmic oscillations of the eyes.

In addition to amifampridine phosphate, Catalyst Pharmaceuticals is also developing CPP-115, a very potent GABA-aminotransferase inhibitor for the treatment of infantile spasms or seizures. In-vitro studies have indicated that CPP-115 is 200 times stronger than traditional therapies for this condition and that it may also have fewer side effects. Besides infantile spasms, CPP-115 might prove effective against a wide range of conditions, including other forms of epilepsy or central nervous system ailments such as Tourette Syndrome and PTSD.

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Operating in a Way that Contributes to Improvements in Environmental Sustainability

January 19, 2017

Despite many real estate firms having environmental policies, sustainability targets, and clear commitments and strategies to lower their carbon emissions, the real estate sector still uses more energy than any other sector. This is according to the ‘Environmental sustainability Principles for the Real Estate Industry’ report published by World Economic Forum (, which views real estate as the operational life of the final buildings and not just what’s involved in their initial construction. In other words, how “green” are our buildings?

According to the report, not only are buildings the source of the most energy consumption, they are, understandably, also a growing contributor to CO2 emissions. In fact, real estate consumes over 40% of global energy every year. In addition, 20% of greenhouse gas emissions originate from buildings, a number that’s expected to increase 56% by the year 2030. The report continues to explain that, by 2030, buildings are expected to use up to 12% of the world’s fresh water.

However, although a large proportion of the world’s real estate already existed before eco-friendly policies were put in place, progress is being made toward “greener” real estate. The number of “green” commercial builds increased to between 40% and 48% in 2016, up from only 2% in 2005. Additionally, regulations are now in place to ensure that businesses work toward sustainability performance.

In support of these efforts, companies such as eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI) are completely changing the way the real estate industry itself functions. Gone are the days during which agents and brokers were expected to work in a brick and mortar office. EXPI has not only cut unnecessary expenses and built an agent-owned, cloud-based real estate brokerage that operates without the need for offices, utility bills, insurance, furnishings, and redundant staffing costs, the company has correspondingly cut its direct CO2 emissions.

Aside from the financial benefits of operating in the cloud, EXPI provides an extremely sound template for a more sustainable way of operating a real estate brokerage on all levels. The company works on the basis that its most valuable asset is the group of agents and brokers who are part of it. And, with no physical constrictions, eXp World Holdings, Inc. can focus its efforts on these assets while providing smart solutions to the climate concerns that the world is now facing, further championing sustainability across the entire real estate industry.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Hopeful that New Administration Will Make Good on Medical Marijuana Support Promise

The recent nomination of U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) as attorney general has the marijuana industry worried, as Sessions is a vocal opponent of marijuana and has talked about enforcing federal laws to crack down on the marijuana market, even in states where the substance is legal. The Republican Senator has repeatedly spoken out against marijuana and has been a staunch opponent of it for decades. At a Senate hearing last year, he was even quoted as saying, “Good people don’t smoke marijuana.”

There are fears that, if Sessions takes office, he will come down hard on the business by enforcing federal laws that still qualify marijuana as an illegal Schedule I drug, despite the fact that a total of 28 states currently allow medical marijuana use and eight of them also permit recreational adult use. It remains to be seen if Sessions will be given a green-light to pursue his anti-marijuana agenda or if President-elect Donald Trump, who is generally in favor of maintaining states’ rights and has spoken in favor of the marijuana industry before, will be able to convince the new Attorney General to his way of thinking.

Many in the industry are pinning their hopes on Trump, expecting the new administration to make good on its promise that it would respect states’ rights. Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), a leading provider of mobile technology and payment solutions serving various industries, including the marijuana industry via subsidiary SingleSeed, is hoping the Trump administration will support the legal cannabis industry, as the president-elect has vowed to do during his campaign for office. Presidential backing would come at a crucial moment for the industry, among a congressional push for banking reform to allow legal marijuana businesses and related businesses access to financial services.

The proposal was made by a group of 10 prominent lawmakers, in an open letter to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, asking the institution to issue clear guidance on this situation that would make it easier for the industry to access banking services. The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s latest guidelines on the matter were issues in 2014, and, since then, less than three percent of the almost 12,000 federally-regulated credit unions and banks have offered their services to the marijuana industry. In the absence of federal banking support, it is up to private companies such as SingleSeed to provide financial services and payment processing options to the market. This means, however, that the industry is currently forced to largely work with cash only, which leads to an increased safety risk to the businesses and their customers, the letter notes. The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network said it would review the letter but made no other comments on the issue.

Industry vendors and service providers such as SingleSeed are optimistic about the initiative, as well as the president-elect’s support, given the significant revenue that marijuana could bring to states’ budgets by being properly regulated and taxed. In many states where the substance is legal, a great portion of tax revenue is used to finance schools and substance addition programs. If the new administration does decide to crack down on the regulated marijuana industry, this will take away millions of dollars from such programs; shut down hundreds of small businesses ranging from cultivators and processors to manufacturers, testers and vendors; and will, ultimately, destroy tens of thousands of jobs, industry supporters say.

One of the first merchant service providers in the marijuana industry, Singlepoint’s subsidiary SingleSeed recently awoke from a quiet period, prompted by the unprecedented growth of the industry. The company’s main goal is to help legitimize the industry by assisting retail or medical cannabis providers grow their businesses safely and securely via state-of-the-art non-cash payment solutions and mobile marketing tools.

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Committed to Reducing C&D Waste Environmental Impact

Construction and demolition (C&D) debris occupies a significant portion of the entire waste stream in the United States, and improper disposal or failure to reuse or recycle this type of waste can have a major impact on the environment. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (, C&D waste amounted to more than 530 million tons in 2014, which was twice as much as the amount of solid municipal waste generated nationwide. Most of this debris (over 90 percent) came from demolition works, while the rest came from construction projects. The largest sector that generated C&D waste was non-residential demolition, followed by residential renovation, the EPA figures show.

Typically consisting of bulky, heavy materials such as wood products, steel, drywall, plaster, bricks and clay tiles, concrete and asphalt and even building components, C&D waste is more difficult to handle, so proper disposal and/or recycling often requires an extra effort on behalf of the contractor or beneficiary of the construction project. Most C&D debris ends up in a landfill, and that is considered the end of its lifecycle. However, due to the EPA’s Sustainable Materials Management approach, a growing volume of construction and demolition waste is now being recovered and recycled, thus reducing the need to mine for virgin materials.

Florida-based National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH), a professional waste management operator offering a comprehensive suite of relevant services, is committed to recycling as much C&D waste as possible from all of its services, primarily from its 54-acre landfill located in Hernando, Florida. The landfill is authorized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and disposes of roughly 240,000 cubic yards of C&D waste every year.

With a strong dedication to Department of Environmental Protection standards and to the Sustainable Materials Management approach, National Waste Management Holdings focuses on reducing the volume of excessive waste by recycling several C&D materials. For this purpose, it has transformed its entire line of services to focus on recycling and has plans to set up a portable waste sorting line at its landfill this year, so as to increase recyclable rates. The company receives a wide range of approved C&D waste at its landfill, including asphalt; brick; drywall and plaster; lumber and wood; pallets; dirt, sand and uncontaminated soil; roofing materials; glass; metal materials; non-asbestos insulation; electrical wiring and components; and more.

In its efforts to further reduce the environmental impact of C&D debris, National Waste Management Holdings has already found a great use for the wood debris collected through its landfill and transfer stations: it manufactures and sells its own line of proprietary mulch, a high-quality product already used to help beautify homes and commercial properties throughout west and central Florida. The mulch is made entirely of recycled wood and is available either in natural color or red dyed.

According to the EPA, reducing the amount of C&D debris disposed of in landfills can have significant economic and environmental benefits, such as preserving landfill space; having fewer disposal facilities, which can lower methane gas emissions and other associated environmental issues; reducing the negative environmental impact associated with the extraction and production of virgin construction materials; adding new economic and employment opportunities in the recycling industry; and creating additional business opportunities for local communities.

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Ballard Power (NASDAQ: BLDP) Buys 100% of Its European Subsidiary, Grows Globally

January 18, 2017

Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP) (TSX: BLDP) has purchased complete ownership of its European subsidiary from Dansk Industri Invest A/S for what it termed a “nominal value”. The subsidiary is now named Ballard Power Systems Europe A/S.

With that name change, the subsidiary will now use the Ballard brand, such as visual identity and logo, and will play an expanded role in supporting all of Ballard’s activities in Europe. The transaction will enable the company to not only acquire all the shares of the company, but also cancel the debt owed by the parent company to Dansk Industri. Prior to this, Ballard held 57% of the shares of the subsidiary, while Dansk Industri held the other 43%.

Ballard is a clean power company that specializes in fuel cell stack development (proton exchange membrane), fuel processing and systems integration. Ballard is considered one of the key vendors in the global fuel cell market. The company has announced that its fuel cells, branded as FCveloCity®, are in engines used in 80 buses internationally in Europe, China, the United States, Brazil, and India. Ballard is currently focused on expanding within the countries in which it is already operating, as well as adding to the list of countries using its fuel cell engines. Other transportation systems also use the technology, such as light rail.

The acquisition of the subsidiary closed on January 5, 2017. In a news release, Tony Guglielmin, CFO of Ballard Power Systems and chairman of Ballard Power Systems Europe A/S, said the company began the takeover process two years ago. “Europe is a critically important market for Ballard and we have taken important steps to strengthen our sales, engineering and service capabilities to support expected market growth,” he noted. About 50 employees work at the European subsidiary based in Hobro, Denmark. Ballard’s headquarters are located in Burnaby, British Columbia, in Canada.

Randy MacEwen, Ballard president and CEO, also said that the company achieved 10 million cumulative kilometers (6.2 million miles) worldwide with vehicles powered by its fuel cell motors. “We are moving beyond technical validation into commercial scaling at a time where market demand is at a breakthrough inflection point,” he said. “The cumulative learning by Ballard during our unparalleled field experience serves as a major competitive differentiator.” The company said it is seeing increased market demand for its fuel cell engines.

Ballard Power recently reported its third quarter results, with revenues for the three-month period ended September 30, 2016, totaling $20.6 million, compared to $16.0 million for the same period of the prior year. For the nine months ended September 30, 2016, revenues were $54.6 million, versus $36.5 million the prior year. Shares of Ballard were trading at $1.91 on the Nasdaq Global Market as of January 17, 2017.

Last month, Ballard announced that its stock ticker symbol on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) had been changed to BLDP. The result is that the company now has the same ticker symbol on both the Nasdaq and TSX.

Ballard was named one of the nation’s Top 20 innovative public technology companies by the Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX).

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Mounting Support for Marijuana Banking Has Widespread Implications

Although 28 states have already legalized marijuana for medicinal or recreational use, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) continues to label marijuana a Schedule 1 substance, along with heroin and LSD, making it illegal on a federal level. As a result, the banking industry has been slow to provide services to marijuana businesses, forcing many of these companies to operate on a cash-only basis. A “bankable” marijuana industry, however, would have widespread implications, including for companies like Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), Terra Tech Corp. (OTCQX: TRTC), OWC Pharmaceutical Research Corp. (OTCQB: OWCP),, Inc. (OTCQB: CIIX).

Cash transaction businesses are a tempting target for thieves, and the lack of oversight at times leads to lost tax revenue. It’s a situation that Senator Elizabeth Warren, a member of the Senate Banking Committee, is anxious to change. As the Associated Press initially reported, Warren and nine other senators have called upon the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network to issue new and stronger guidance allowing banks to provide services to marijuana shop vendors. The moves are a significant encouragement to payment processors supporting the cannabis industry, as well as other industry players.

One of the supporters is Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), a mobile technology and payments provider, which, through its “SingleSeed” Payments subsidiary, provides payment solutions for the cannabis industry. Its mobile marketing and payment solutions include cashless ATM, Pay-by-Text™ and text message marketing. The company is strongly encouraged by the efforts of Senator Warren and others on Capitol Hill, and the significant positive changes they could bring.

Another company that stands to gain with this new market opportunity is, Inc. (CIIX)., a company that provides investor information to the global Chinese community, and also offers a unique link to this community for growing businesses. The company recently announced plans to launch the “world’s first Cannabidiol (CBD) health products online store in the Chinese language,” through an agreement with a “well-known” CBD health brand.

Other cannabis-related companies in line to benefit from mounting support of a bankable marijuana industry include Terra Tech Corp. (TRTC). Through its subsidiaries, Terra Tech provides a range of hydroponic equipment for indoor cultivation of cannabis products. In addition, the company sells hydroponic cannabis produce and associated products. Another is OWC Pharmaceutical Research Corp. (OWCP), an Israeli company that develops cannabis products for the treatment of diseases, also offering consulting services in the industry.

Previous guidance efforts by the U.S. Department of the Treasury gave banks only limited permission to work with legal marijuana businesses. Along with the DEA’s Schedule 1 listing, it has created a significant gap between state and federal treatment of marijuana. Even though the number of financial institutions willing to provide services to marijuana businesses has grown significantly in recent years, only a small percentage currently serve the industry. It’s still an area dominated by small state-chartered banks and credit unions.

Supporters however see an inevitable day, through efforts such as those now being led by Senator Warren, when large national banks like Wells Fargo offer comprehensive services to the cannabis industry, further spurring already rapid industry growth.

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An Update on Axsome Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: AXSM)

January 17, 2017

Once New York-based Axsome Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: AXSM) was founded in 2012, its team set out to establish a fully-integrated biopharmaceutical business that would develop therapies to treat and manage central nervous system (CNS) disorders. Now in 2017, the Axsome team is setting off on another exciting leg on this journey.

For years, Axsome has been laser-focused on improving the lives of patients living with pain and various CNS disorders. With an eye toward differentiated therapies, the company has concentrated on developing and commercializing both in-licensed drug candidates and internally-derived drug candidates in order to accomplish its goal of increasing the treatment options accessible to caregivers.

Along the way, industry analysts have pointed out the value in Axsome’s focus on complex regional pain syndrome, treatment resistant depression and agitation in patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD); the lower-than-average research and development risks, as well as the tested business models that surround these disorders, hint at a faster commercialization schedule.

During the first week of 2017, a new report from AEGIS Capital Corp. ( also alluded to Axsome’s accelerated timeline and other investment highlights, including recent developments affecting one of the company’s two late-stage drug candidates: AXS-05, a fixed-dose combination of dextromethorphan and bupropion that is being developed for multiple indications, including treatment resistant depression and agitation in patients with AD.

According to the AEGIS report, on January 4, 2017, Axsome announced that the United States’ Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had cleared its Investigational New Drug (IND) application for a phase II/III clinical trial of AXS-05 in AD. This is a significant development for the company, as this IND program is the means by which a pharmaceutical company operating within the United States obtains permission to ship an experimental drug across state lines (usually to clinical investigators) before a marketing application for the drug has been approved. With the FDA’s approval in tow, the placebo-controlled, randomized, double-blind, multicenter trial is now set to register the necessary 330 patients and to commence sometime in the first half of 2017.

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Turns Trash into Treasure, Records Strong Revenue Growth

National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) has turned the old aphorism ‘garbage in – garbage out’ on its head. It’s now ‘garbage in, revenues up’. In its last 10-Q filing, for the third quarter ended September 30, 2016, the company reported quarterly revenues of $1.8 million, which represented a 269 percent increase over 2015 same period revenues. This stellar performance in the third quarter boosted revenues in the nine-month period ended September 30, 2016, to $4.9 million, up by 262 percent over same period revenues for 2015. Not all garbage, it seems, is waste.

National Waste operates a licensed 54-acre landfill in Hernando, Florida, that disposes of roughly 240,000 cubic yards of construction debris annually. These landfill services include the disposal of asphalt and rock; lumber and wood; brick; wallboard, drywall and plaster; pallets; rock concrete; dirt, sand and uncontaminated soil; plumbing fixtures; non-asbestos insulation; roofing materials and shingles; glass; piping; waste metal; brush and land clearing; yard and tree waste; and many electrical and wiring components.

However, as extensive as those facilities are, they do not encompass the whole range of landfill services. There’s a lot more to garbage disposal than meets the eye.

Solid waste, defined as household garbage and industrial non-hazardous waste, is disposed of in a variety of landfills. Municipal solid waste landfills (MSWLF) are designed to accommodate the disposal of household waste but may accept other types of non-hazardous wastes, such as commercial solid waste, non-hazardous sludge, and industrial non-hazardous solid waste. A special kind of MSWLF is the bioreactor landfill, designed to degrade waste in a controlled manner.

Even though some commercial solid waste and industrial non-hazardous solid waste ends up in MSWLFs, there are special facilities, known as industrial waste landfills, designed to take commercial and institutional waste. In this category are construction and demolition (C&D) debris landfills, designed exclusively for construction and demolition materials, which consist of the debris generated during the construction, renovation and demolition of buildings, roads and bridges. C&D materials are typically bulky, heavy materials, such as concrete, wood, metals, glass and salvaged building components.

Another type of industrial waste landfill is the coal combustion residual (CCR) landfill, which is meant to accommodate coal ash and other residuals from coal combustion.

With such a heterogeneous landscape, there is ample opportunity for National Waste to continue the implementation of its vertical integration strategy. Apart from its landfill services, the company rents out roll-off containers of 20, 30 and 40 cubic yard capacity. It also offers recycled wood mulch and garden mulch products. The route is clear for National Waste to realize its long-term goal of servicing the entire East Coast, from Florida to New York.

National Waste is a vertically-integrated waste management company offering landfill, transfer station, garbage collection and container services for both commercial entities and residential customers in Central Florida and Upstate New York. The company presently services the counties of Citrus, Hernando, and Marion in Florida and Upstate New York with 13 roll-off trucks and approximately 800 containers.

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Lomiko Metals, Inc. (LMRMD, LMRMF) Offers One of the Brightest Potentials in Mining and Materials

Lomiko Metals (OTCQB: LMRMD) (OTC: LMRMF) has positioned itself on top of an extremely positive supply-demand curve, with a unique opportunity for low-cost production of a key mineral that underpins much of the growing green economy.

Lomiko’s core focus is on the exploration and development of minerals such as lithium and graphite, the latter of which is used for energy storage in products such as lithium-ion batteries, especially those used for electric vehicles (EV), and for which there is no cheaper alternative.

The demand for EVs is expected to see rapid growth for at least the next 20 years, and the demand for flake graphite is forecast to exceed the supply by 2018. For perspective, if Tesla’s (NASDAQ: TSLA) Gigafactory meets its proposed rate of 500,000 cars per year by 2020, this facility alone would require the entire supply of lithium-ion batteries available today. Tesla plans on meeting its own supply, however, and upon full capacity – expected by 2018 – the Gigafactory is expected to produce more batteries each year than the total produced worldwide in 2013.

Lomiko’s exceptional position in all this is the fact that it has acquired a superior graphite mining property in Quebec, the La Loutre Flake Graphite Property. The property’s verified quality-grade mineralization is close to the surface, which reduces costs, and it is also close to the port of Montreal for easy shipment.

As of now, China controls about 70% of the world’s graphite, only a portion of which is the desirable flake graphite. High-purity crystal flake graphite supply is especially limited and the center of demand, since it is the form of graphite needed for lithium-ion batteries and other green technologies. As demand for graphite threatens to overtake supply, companies like Lomiko with productive flake graphite properties will be in an especially commanding position.

Another reason graphite demand continues to rise is that when the mineral is processed into graphene it becomes an almost science fiction-like material, with properties that offer untold possibilities.

Graphene is the world’s first two-dimensional material, meaning that it is made from sheets of connected carbon atoms just one atom thick, but of unlimited width and breadth. It is a thousand times as conductive as copper, even at room temperature; extremely light and flexible, yet 200 times stronger than steel; and, though it is a new material, thousands of patents have already been filed relating to it, including 3D printing, where Lomiko holds an equity position with a 3D printing lab.

Graphene’s huge potential for application, in green technologies and other areas, is the reason Lomiko plans to create joint ventures through its subsidiary, Lomiko Technologies, an investor in graphene technology and manufacturer of electronic products. The company has already developed a partnership with Graphene Laboratories Inc., a Graphene 3D Lab, Inc. (OTCQB: GPHBF) company, for the development of a process whereby graphite can be efficiently converted into graphene.

Fully supporting the push for a new green economy, and driven by a highly-qualified management team with foresight into industry demand, Canada-based Lomiko is well-positioned as an active, competitive player in the broader mining and minerals sector.

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DelMar Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: DMPI) Given a ‘Buy’ Rating and $16 Price Target by Aegis Capital

January 13, 2017

Biotechnology company DelMar Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: DMPI) has been given a ‘Buy’ rating by Aegis Capital Corp. and a $16 price target ( The company was trading at $3.29 on January 11, 2016. To reach that price target, Aegis, in its initiation of coverage, said that it applied a 15x multiple after estimating the company’s 2022 EPS at $3.93, then discounting it by 30%.

DelMar Pharmaceuticals has been developing its lead product candidate, VAL-083, as a chemotherapy for cancer. Specifically, VAL-083 would be used in the treatment of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), the most common form of a fatal and aggressive brain cancer. VAL-083 is a very different drug from other cancer medications. It avoids the repair activities that enable tumor cells to impede the impact of chemotherapy.

As a result, DelMar has an upcoming phase III trial in refractory GBM and two additional phase II studies anticipated to begin this year. VAL-083 will also be tested in the treatment of solid tumors and lung cancer, with phase I and II trials anticipated in 2017, the report stated. The report was signed by Robert LeBoyer, research analyst at Aegis, who added that Aegis expects DelMar Pharmaceuticals “to be driven” by these trials.

In its report, Aegis said that the phase III study is expected in late 1Q17 and should take place at major medicine centers, aiding enrollment. Further, it said that the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) believes that only one phase III study will be required for VAL-083, following its assessment of the results of completed phase I and II studies.

In 2016, DelMar completed its phase I/II trials of VAL-083, the report stated, and then met with the FDA. The FDA agreed that only one phase III trial would be necessary, because the company would then use a 505(b)(2) regulatory pathway. Aegis notes that this was a ‘significant development’, which may mean phase III results as early as 2019 ahead of approval in 2020.

On January 9, 2017, DelMar Pharmaceuticals received an increase in funding of up to CDN$413,000 from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NCR-IRAP) to support ongoing research of VAL-083 ( In conjunction with the BC Cancer Agency, Vancouver Prostate Centre and the University of British Columbia, research will continue, DelMar Pharmaceuticals announced.

“We are very pleased with NCR-IRAP’s continued support of our non-clinical research of our lead product candidate VAL-083,” Jeffrey Bacha, chairman and CEO of DelMar Pharmaceuticals, noted in the news release.

In its most recent 10-Q filing, DelMar Pharmaceuticals reported cash and cash equivalents of $4,799,033 ( For the quarter ended June 30, 2016, the company reported to the SEC that it had raised $7.2 million from the sale of convertible preferred stock.

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