Monthly Archives: May 2017

India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE: IGC) Developing Phytocannabinoid-Based Product Pipeline to Treat Two- and Four-Legged Alike

May 22, 2017

Looking to gain an advantageous foothold in the burgeoning medical marijuana market, India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE MKT: IGC) is developing innovative cannabis-based combination therapies that have application for both humans and animals. The company’s focus is on treating pain, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), chronic and terminal neurological and oncological diagnoses, cachexia, and other life-altering medical conditions.

IGC continues developing a portfolio of patent filings for phytocannabinoid-based treatments and has filed six patents to date. The company currently has three products in pre-clinical trials: IGC-501 for treatment of neuropathic pain in adult humans, IGC-502 for treatment of seizures in animals, and IGC-504 for treatment of cachexia in humans and animals.

Two of IGC’s patent filings, IGC-502 and IGC-505, are for combination therapies to treat seizures in dogs and cats, which represents a remarkably large market. Statistics show that between one percent and over five percent of dogs in the United States have some kind of seizure disorder. Certain dog breeds with hereditary epilepsy may have up to 15-20 percent incidence of seizures.

IGC’s novel therapy uses cannabinoid extracts in combination with other drugs to treat seizures in both dogs and cats, and this therapy has potential for application in humans, as well. The therapy can be administered through a variety of delivery technologies.

Operating on the belief that expanding cannabis legalization will create explosive demand for cannabinoid-based pharmaceutical therapies and related technologies and services, IGC is racing to be at the head of the pack and to be a first mover in the marijuana space by developing novel therapies, filing patent applications, and acquiring technologies from related industries that can cross over to cannabis as soon as permitted by federal law.

The company largely employs an outsourced model and has formed strategic alliances with doctors and scientists with expertise in central and peripheral nervous system disorders, the FDA process, and in pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and veterinarian trials. IGC also continues seeking information exchanges with medical cannabis dispensaries, doctors, research scientists, biotech companies, and medical and business professionals within the cannabinoid space, placing great value on collaborative research that can aid in the commercialization of products and in locating new ways to help patients — both human and animal — benefit from cannabinoids.

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India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE: IGC) is Blazing a Trail with its Cannabis Plus Therapies

May 18, 2017

Slowly but surely cannabis is losing the stigma that has plagued it for close to one hundred years. Even some who frown on its use for recreational purposes are willing to consider that there may be therapeutic benefits in extracts of the cannabis sativa plant and so, increasingly, cannabinoids are being investigated to determine their effectiveness to treat a variety of debilitating medical conditions. Cannabinoid pharma is emerging as an entirely new industry segment in pharmaceuticals, and, as it does so, one innovative research company is blazing a trail in this new market by creating a niche of its own. India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE MKT: IGC) has created its own space in pharmaceuticals. The Bethesda, Maryland-based company is a first mover in “combination therapies” that merge cannabinoids with existing drugs to provide more effective remedies.

IGC is not only a first mover in combination therapies; the company is also a fast mover. To date, IGC has dispatched six provisional patent filings to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for the indications of pain, medical refractory epilepsy, seizures, cachexia and eating disorders. Together, the remedies for these conditions present huge market opportunity, and IGC’s current low valuation versus comparable cannabis companies represents an important alert for all investors in this burgeoning industry.

IGC-501 is being developed to combat pain. The pain market represents a significant component of the health care system, with The Journal of Pain reporting in September 2012 that the annual estimated national cost of pain ranges from $560 billion to $635 billion, a figure that exceeds the cost of treating all other priority health conditions. Also, a NetworkNewsWire report on data released by Transparency Market Research estimates the global pain management therapeutics market will have a 3.7 percent CAGR through 2024, to reach $83.0 billion (

Chronic pain takes such an exacting toll on the nation’s health that the American Pain Society has recommended pain be characterized as a fifth ‘vital sign’, along with body temperature, pulse rate, respiratory rate and blood pressure. Pain treatment can save lives. Terminal illnesses are often accompanied by levels of pain so intense and difficult to treat that death seems preferable. In addition, arthritis has been particularly problematic for women, according to the Arthritis Foundation, which reports that since 1999 there has been a 22 percent increase in the number of women who attribute their disability to arthritis.

As awareness of the effects of chronic pain has grown, increasingly powerful drugs such as morphine, codeine, and hydrocodone are being prescribed. However, these opioids are treacherously addictive and their use is often subverted from pain relief, making their way into recreational use. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 29,000 Americans die every year from opioid-related overdoses. This alarming statistic shows the pressing need for less addictive analgesics like IGC-501.

IGC-503 tackles refractory epilepsy, which affects about 50 million in the U.S. alone. Refractory epilepsy refers to cases of epilepsy that are unresponsive to current medications. Also in the pipeline is IGC-504, intended for those who suffer from cachexia, known as wasting syndrome. About 1.3 million in the U.S. experience cachexia associated with cancer, multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s, HIV/AIDS and other devastating maladies. In addition, there is IGC-506, designed to combat eating disorders, which are said to affect about 30 million Americans ( Two other patents, IGC-502 and IGC-505, are designed to treat epileptic seizures in dogs and cats.

On the release of its financial results for the third-quarter ended December 31, 2016, CEO Ram Mukunda stated, “In 2017, our goal is to accelerate the development of our cannabis-based therapy portfolio to support key indications such as pain, seizures, cachexia, PTSD, and depression. In tandem, we expect to initiate pre-clinical trials on IGC-501-pain, IGC-502-seizures and IGC-504-cachexia.”

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Bitcoin Value Soars Despite SEC Rejecting ETF Bid, China Eyeing Trading Regulations

One of the most popular cryptocurrencies on the market, Bitcoin is reaching all-time highs on Asian trading platforms, despite recent challenges. The virtual currency has been rising in value, by 140 percent in 2016 and by roughly 50 percent in the past month alone, trading at over $1,800 on the Chinese market last week ( The value has dropped to around $1,700 in the meantime, but the cryptocurrency is expected to continue its growth, even if China is enforcing a series of Bitcoin trading regulations and Japan is considering the same.

One of the biggest challenges the digital currency is facing has to do with getting approval to be tied to an exchange-traded fund in the United States. Earlier this year, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission rejected a proposal to create a Bitcoin ETF on account of the lack of clear regulations on the markets where the cryptocurrency is traded ( The SEC said the lack of clear regulation on these markets raises concerns about potential manipulative or fraudulent practices in this market.

The application had been submitted by brothers Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, who have been working on a proposed Bitcoin ETF for four years and have already won New York authorities’ regulatory approval for their virtual currency trading platform, Gemini Exchange. Other companies have also submitted approval request for Bitcoin ETFs to the SEC, and the commission may reach a different decision on those proposals, but approval is unlikely in the near future until more mature markets emerge.

Supporters of the digital currency had hoped that an ETF would help bring Bitcoin into the mainstream and make it available to retail investors via brokerage firms. The regulatory questions surrounding the currency have already deterred many financial institutions from investing significantly into Bitcoin, opting instead to focus on the underlying technology known as blockchain – a revolutionary concept that introduces a new way of processing financial transactions and keeping track of information.

Regulatory concerns over the cryptocurrency also exist on the Asian markets where Bitcoin is traded. China, responsible for almost 90 percent of all Bitcoin exchange trading, is imposing trading fees and controls, aimed at ensuring that bitcoin trading platforms are not becoming money laundering sites. A ban on cryptocurrency exchange withdrawals has also been enforced, and the country is also considering regulations that will require Bitcoin traders to register with their real names. The digital currency is being widely used by Chinese investors as a way of circumventing the country’s strict capital controls and minimizing the risk of significant losses caused by yuan deflation.

Japan, meanwhile, is taking rapid steps toward fully legitimizing the cryptocurrency, by announcing plans to allow interest-paying deposits for Bitcoin. The country has already declared Bitcoin a legal currency, establishing a platform for large corporations and institutional investors to participate in the local digital currency industry.

According to Sandeep Goenka, co-founder of one of India’s leading Bitcoin exchanges Zebpay, news of trading regulations on the two Asian markets and in Russia are partly what is driving the currency’s growth, Cointelegraph reports ( Goenka believes that the stable growth rate is due to a global increase in awareness toward Bitcoin, as well as a growing demand from institutional investors. Instead of having a dampening effect, trading regulations will only help bring the cryptocurrency into the mainstream, says the Zebpay co-founder. In his opinion, the price of Bitcoin could reach $3,500 by the end of the year.

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) is Entering a Complex but Rapidly Expanding CBD Market

May 17, 2017

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) is competing in a burgeoning but complex cannabis market estimated to reach $2.1 billion by 2020, according to a new report by Consilium Global Research ( Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the fastest growing segments of the hemp and legal marijuana industries, growing from almost nothing to $202 million by 2015 and growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of some 80%, per the report. CBD-based products have been shown to relieve pain and inflammation and may treat some neurological disorders.

In that fast-expanding environment, Consilium Global Research found, there are “no brand leaders,” and a lot of entrants into this “nascent market.” The large Chinese population that CDII serves makes for an addressable audience, it said. CDII is active in a variety of industries with a number of worldwide businesses. Among these is a new Green Products Distribution Division and an online store which will target the sale of non-euphoric CBD products at retail to a worldwide Chinese-speaking population, potentially reaching some two billion people globally.

As part of that strategy, CDII has entered into a wholesale distribution agreement with a U.S. manufacturer of CBD-based products. CDII will buy the products at a wholesale price and market them to the Chinese-speaking population.

Consilium Global Research found that the CBD market is quickly expanding, yet is wide open because it has so many entrants. Also, the fluid nature of international and U.S. laws regarding the legality of medical marijuana and related products is ever changing. Currently, the report said, in the 28 states where the product is legal, CBD products are covered by the same medical marijuana protections. It noted that some 16 states have passed CBD-only laws.

The research identified at least six different companies in this burgeoning sector, saying that “it will take a lot to stand out,” and entrants will require funding to remain competitive in this complex but fast-growing market. It added that companies will need to have appropriate resources to address the constantly-changing legality requirements both within the U.S. and abroad.

CDII has a history of activity in a number of global businesses, including the sourcing and sale of minerals and commodities from iron ore and manganese ore to scrap metals and copper for Chinese-based industrial clients. CDII is also a worldwide consultant. CDII has increased its services to also include financing and logistics. Growing its activity in cross-border transactions, CDII has built a number of important international relationships.

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Ethema Health Corp. (GRST) Drives Business Success through its Efficiency in Helping Patients Overcome Addiction

Although one of a number of substance abuse recovery and treatment centers in the southeastern coastal area of Florida, the Seastone of Delray – Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Treatment Center, owned and run by Ethema Health Corporation (OTCQB: GRST), is already standing out among its peers for the highly efficient individualized treatment options it offers its clients. Located in Delray Beach, which is often referred to as the rehab capital of America, Seastone offers a wide range of treatment programs of varying intensity, depending on each client’s needs. Unlike other centers, Seastone distinguishes itself by the attention paid to the individual client and family, making sure a highly detailed assessment is conducted before a specialized treatment plan is devised.

With a focus on customized treatment plans designed to help clients overcome their substance abuse issues permanently, Ethema Health Corporation’s center provides two forms of outpatient treatment: an intensive outpatient program, and a partial hospitalization program. Both approaches are built around the concepts of cognitive behavioral therapy and peer support, aiming to help clients see themselves and the world more clearly, and realize and accept that they’re facing an addiction issue, ultimately developing their stress management skills and self-esteem for long-term success.

Seastone’s drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs are divided into six stages, being structured for optimum recovery and accommodating any of their treatment plans. The six stages are:

Foundation – where clients get the highest level of direction and support to build a foundation for long-term recovery,
Discovery – where clients are taught to discard unhealthy ideas and habits gained during active addiction,
Creation – the development of sober, effective life skills,
Performance – helping clients gain more responsibility and independence,
Integration – clients continue to achieve more independence and responsibility by reintegrating in society,
Freedom – living full time in the community and dealing with real life issues.

Various treatment options and services are available for substance abuse treatment and recovery, ranging from psychiatric evaluation and drug addiction education to individual and group therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing treatment, art therapy, yoga or qigong, and more. While it does not provide initial detox services, Seastone does work closely with local detox units to offer clients all the support they need and then transfer them to the facility for long-term treatment. The center’s detox programs are designed to follow and expand on the detoxification process begun in a medical setting, with the purpose of helping clients stay clean and sober for the long term. This stage of the program can begin only after the client is medically stable and free of all withdrawal symptoms.

Ethema Health Corporation’s methods are focused on getting concrete results and complete recovery from addiction, a fact also acknowledged by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. The worldwide organization has granted Seastone its Gold Seal of Approval®, which speaks to the professionalism and high-quality of services offered. Ethema’s unique efficiencies, together with its outstanding location, are seen as drivers of the company’s long-term operational and financial success

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QualityStocksNewsBreaks – SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) Enters Letter of Intent to Acquire Stake in Discount Indoor Garden Supply

Specialized holding company SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) this morning announced its entry into a Letter of Intent with Discount Indoor Garden Supply (“DIGS”). Per the terms of the LOI, SinglePoint will acquire 90 percent of DIGS in a stock and cash transaction. The company anticipates that the acquisition will bring immediate revenues to SinglePoint while positioning it as a leader in online products, retail stores, cannabis consulting and equipment in California. “We are committed to identifying and making investments that will strengthen both parties’ position in the cannabis industry while building SinglePoint’s corporate value,” Greg Lambrecht, CEO of SinglePoint, stated in the news release. “California is a major market opportunity, and we will work to find the right companies, such as DIGS, in which we can invest to gain a stronger foothold in the broader marijuana industry.” In addition to an online store (, DIGS currently operates two store front locations strategically located to capitalize on the sustained growth of the California marijuana industry. DIGS has plans to open a third store front location in the near future, and it’s working on a bid to build-out a 15,000 plant operation in Southern California.

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SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) has grown from a full-service mobile technology provider to a publicly traded holding company. Through diversification into horizontal markets, SinglePoint is building its portfolio by acquiring an interest in undervalued subsidiaries, thereby providing a rich, diversified holding base. Through its subsidiary company SingleSeed the company is providing products and services to the cannabis industry. For more information visit

What the Future of SEC Enforcement Holds

May 16, 2017

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 25 percent in the span of just four days during the stock market crash of 1929. The ‘29 crash was the worst in U.S. history, destroyed confidence in Wall Street and precipitated the Great Depression. The crash, the resultant financial malaise and shaken public confidence prompted calls for reform, and in 1934, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was created to restore public trust in capital markets and to oversee the conduct of those markets. Prior to the formation of the SEC, controls on issuing and trading of securities were virtually nonexistent, which allowed stock schemes and frauds to flourish. Rampant unrestricted margin trades and unreported concentrations of controlling interest led to abuses of power and market collapse. In total disregard of any ramifications, businesses, stock issuers and the exchanges essentially colluded and rigged markets to enrich themselves and their associates.

Attempting to restore order amid financial chaos, Congress passed legislation creating the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Securities Act of 1933 required public corporations to register their stock sales and make regular financial disclosures. The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 created the SEC to regulate exchanges, brokers, and over-the-counter markets, and the 1935 Public Utility Holding Company Act banned holding companies that obscured intertwined ownership.

The stated mission of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation. Among its many duties, the SEC attempts to prevent market meltdowns by requiring transparency in financial instruments and by regulating stock issuers, brokerage firms and the major stock exchanges. It prohibits certain types of conduct, such as insider trading, and enforces laws that govern the financial industry. When necessary, the SEC enforces securities laws through a variety of means, including fines, referral for criminal prosecution, revocation or suspension of licenses, and injunctions. However, the SEC’s history of fair and equitable enforcement actions has often been called into question.

The Securities and Exchange Commission is a complex independent agency of the federal government which seeks to regulate complex financial instruments and markets. To chair or sit on the commission requires requisite skills and understanding of market complexities. Individuals typically tapped for appointment to the commission have extensive backgrounds, experience and relationships directly or tangentially related to the securities markets.

Herein is the rub… those that seek to regulate the markets and protect the public are cozied up with those that are often the bad actors requiring regulation. Much as during the financial crisis that promulgated the formation of the SEC, the largest market players operate with impunity and reap huge financial rewards. One need look no further than the lack of serious enforcement action (other than fines) after the mortgage shenanigans committed by large banks that led the financial crisis of 2007-2009. The SEC regulators were and still are from the same crowd that they purport to regulate and seem to always have multiple conflicts of interest.

What a conundrum. It requires experience and skill to effectively regulate the markets and its complexities, but those with the skill and experience to effectively regulate come from the very arena that needs oversight and carry luggage crafted from conflicts of interest.

The New York Times explores what the future of enforcement portends under the latest nominee for chairman of the SEC and the conflicts of interest revealed by his financial disclosure form.

ProBility Media Corp. (PBYA) Changing Dreams to Reality

Two recent Wall Street Journal articles reveal that labor pressures are mounting in the construction industry as hiring accelerates across the U.S. economy. The U.S. Labor Department recently reported that nonfarm payrolls rose by a seasonally adjusted 211,000 in April, and the unemployment rate fell to 4.4%, the lowest level in nearly a decade. Contractors across the country report significant shortages of electricians, carpenters, plumbers, and other skilled and semi-skilled laborers as the volume of building projects increases.

The shortage of skilled labor in many markets has forced contractors to boost pay scales, which has been a contributing factor to new home price increases over the past two years. Construction labor costs are currently rising an average of 4% to 5% annually, outpacing inflation, according to Anirban Basu, chief economist of the Associated Builders and Contractors. “The situation is going to get worse,” he said ( It’s estimated that the construction industry presently needs 500,000 more skilled and semi-skilled workers, while another 600,000+ additional workers would be needed should the $1 trillion infrastructure bill proposed by the current administration be passed.

The skilled labor supply shortage isn’t expected to ease soon, as many top construction workers went to work for energy companies during the last building downturn and are now tending to oil rigs and building drilling platforms. ProBility Media Corp. (OTCQB: PBYA) is playing a major role in meeting this fast growing demand for job training and continuing education in the current economy. ProBility is one of the leading online providers of career advancement and training content for tradesmen and technical experts. By building the first full-service training and career advancement brand in the technical fields, the company is changing the landscape of the skilled trades training and certification industry.

ProBility is committed to preparing individuals with training, support, and continued education and teaches the skills needed to land and retain good jobs. The company, through strategic acquisitions, has also become one of the go-to sources for e-learning and training content, exam preparation, testing, certification, continuing education, and career advancement tools for both engineers and tradesmen. The broad collection of the company’s comprehensive educational programs is unparalleled, providing individuals and institutions with the skill sets needed to succeed. ProBility will continue to organically grow revenues from current operations while also strategically acquiring synergistic companies, thereby defragmenting and centralizing the skilled trades training marketplace.

The national unemployment rate for construction workers still remains in double digits, but economists note that figure includes both skilled and unskilled workers and finding a skilled worker not already working is increasingly rare. Finding highly specialized trade workers “is proving very, very difficult,” said James Bolger, director of operations at Colorado Concept Lighting Inc., a high-end electrical contractor that has sought for several months to double its staff of four electricians. “It’s almost like looking for a unicorn or jackalope…” (

ProBility is changing the search for skilled workers from fantasy to reality and is likely to reward investors along the way.

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SinglePoint (SING) Diversification Strategy Sets Stage for Big Rewards When Cannabis Industry Becomes Bankable

While some investors still view the marijuana market as a new industry, the mammoth potential of the cannabis industry — both in the United States and worldwide — cannot be discounted. While marijuana has not yet been legalized in the U.S. at the federal level, 29 states as well as the District of Columbia have, so far, passed laws or initiatives to legalize or regulate it, and the industry has been growing at an unexpectedly high rate. Some savvy companies are safeguarding against the risk of violating present federal laws by capitalizing on the growth of the cannabis industry in a hands-off way, serving marijuana-related companies without touching the plant themselves. One such company is SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING).

As discussed in a recent article (, SinglePoint is building an acquisition portfolio of undervalued subsidiaries with a focus on innovative technologies. Within the marijuana industry, the company is pursuing different opportunities to build corporate value and maintain diversification. SingleSeed, SinglePoint’s marijuana vertical, is serving cannabis dispensaries that are currently hampered in their operations due to the present lack of banking options for businesses within the marijuana industry. SingleSeed is engaged in providing mobile payment processing solutions, text message marketing and business tools to marijuana dispensaries, with a long-term goal of building into a hub where dispensaries can purchase the products they need to conduct business. It is also planned that SingleSeed will offer consulting services for cannabis businesses that need assistance in getting a foothold and becoming successful in their strategies.

SinglePoint’s own strategy further involves the utilization of marijuana-related technology through its investment in Convectium, which is a successful equipment, branding and packaging solutions provider to the marijuana industry. Convectium has developed the very first cartridge and vape pen oil filling machines created for wholesale distribution to cannabis dispensaries. The 710Shark and 710Seal machines offered by Convectium, currently sold through the brand, can fill and package more than 100 cartridges or disposable vape pens in 30 seconds, revolutionizing the inefficient traditional method of hand-filling cartridges. Convectium additionally operates a consumer brand that includes HazeSticks and BlackoutX, with a customer reach that encompasses more than 52 countries.

SinglePoint recently signed a reseller agreement that enables the company to begin onboarding “high risk” merchant accounts, which includes more than 100 types of businesses. Cannabis businesses are currently counted among these high-risk business types, along with enterprises like auctions, gambling, vape pen sales, online gaming and others. Serving SinglePoint’s diversification strategy, this move will enable the company to provide payment solutions to cannabis businesses as soon as the marijuana industry becomes bankable. Offering payment solutions to various verticals in this way enlarges SinglePoint’s target market and paves the way for enormous success in catering to an underserved market.

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QualityStocksNewsBreaks – India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE: IGC) Adds Craig Cheifetz, M.D. to Advisory Team

India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE MKT: IGC), a developer of cannabis-based therapies to treat a variety of life-altering conditions, this morning announced that Craig Cheifetz, M.D. has joined the company as an advisor to provide guidance on clinical trials, biotechnology, neuroscience, immunology and microbiology. “I welcome Dr. Cheifetz to the IGC advisory team and look forward to his contributions as we move forward in developing cannabis-based, combination therapies,” Ram Mukunda, CEO of IGC, stated in the news release. “We remain committed to accelerating our initiatives and building a robust portfolio of compounds to address large market conditions.” Cheifetz currently serves as Regional Dean at Virginia Commonwealth University Inova Fairfax Campus and Medical Director of Inova VIP 360, North Virginia’s premier concierge medicine program. He received his M.D. from the State University of New York College at Buffalo and trained in Internal Medicine at Georgetown University.

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About IGC

India Globalization Capital is engaged in the development of cannabis-based therapies to treat pain, PTSD, seizures, cachexia, chronic and terminal neurological and oncological diagnoses, and other life altering conditions. In support of this mission, IGC has assembled a portfolio of patent filings for its phytocannabinoid-based treatments. The company is based in Bethesda, Maryland. For more information visit

Ethema Health Corporation (GRST) Becoming a Leading Addiction Treatment Provider in Florida

Substance abuse, in particular when it comes to prescription drugs, is on the rise across the United States, with an estimated 15 million Americans being addicted to prescription medicine – more than the total number of heroin, cocaine, and hallucinogens users combined. Known as a spring-break destination and a state of heavy drinking, with about 58 percent of people being regular drinkers, Florida also has a serious substance abuse problem, with almost 3,000 drug-induced deaths reported in the state on an annual basis. Organizations such as Ethema Health Corporation (OTCQB: GRST) are working hard to tackle the negative effects of addiction on the local population by offering some of the most innovative and comprehensive substance abuse treatments available across the state.

According to statistics from, almost half of people addicted to heroin and opioids in Florida are aged 30 and under, while more than 3,000 of the patients admitted to rehabilitation in 2015 statewide were under 18 years of age (roughly 10.6 percent of the total number of people who sought treatment for their addiction problem). In addition, Florida prescribes up to 10 times more oxycodone than all the other states combined and has one of the highest rates of overdose deaths in the country, according to the Addiction Blog (

The startling figures explain why Florida is also a known center for rehabilitation facilities. Often referred to as the rehab capital of America, Delray Beach is home to multiple addiction centers, including Ethema Health Corporation’s Seastone Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Treatment Center. Opened in 2012, the facility’s comprehensive, holistic approach to substance abuse treatment and recovery has quickly positioned it as a leader in a highly competitive market, as well as a center focused on getting long-lasting results and the complete recovery of its clients.

The company’s unique approach revolves around the concept of treating not only the addiction but also any underlying disorders that enabled the substance abuse in the first place. Additionally, the center focuses on providing only highly customized and individualized treatment options, designed to ensure that each and every client gets a treatment plan tailored to their specific needs and problems.

Multiple treatment programs are available at the facility, ranging from drug addiction education and psychiatric evaluation to individual and group therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, yoga and art therapy, and more. All the treatments are results oriented and focused on the concept of inclusion, which means that throughout their rehabilitation process all clients receive core team support in the form of family or friends. The treatment plans available at the facility are designed to aid clients throughout their entire journey to recovery, from understanding and accepting their addiction problem to developing the necessary skills to live their lives after leaving rehab.

Ethema’s client-focused, non-judgmental approach is making the company a major provider of quality addiction treatment services in Florida. The company’s professionalism has also been acknowledged by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, which has granted Seastone its Gold Seal of Approval®.

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QualityStocksNewsBreaks – CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Enters Wholesale Distribution Agreement with GWR Distributors, Inc.

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), a U.S.-based company that sources industrial commodities and provides business and management corporate consulting services, this morning announced its entry into a wholesale distribution agreement with GWR Distributors, Inc., one of the world’s leading suppliers of cannabidiol-based products derived from hemp. Per the terms of the agreement, CDII will purchase CBD products at a wholesale price from GWR Distributors, including CBD capsules and concentrates, edibles and oils, isolates, syrup and terp and CBD for pets, which it will then market to a global community of more than 1.6 billion Chinese-speaking consumers. “We are very pleased to work with GWR Distributors, one of the world’s leading suppliers of CBD-based products, to bring the best CBD-based products manufactured in the U.S. to our target market,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CDII, stated in the news release. “With multiple successful global transactions, a wealth of international relationships, and in-depth knowledge of the innate practices of Chinese commerce and customers, we believe we are well-positioned to take advantage of substantial growth of CBD based products in China for years to come.”

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) is a U.S.-based company that sources industrial commodities and provides business and management corporate consulting services. The breadth of its services allows the Company to be a one-stop shop for international companies looking to take advantage of global market opportunities. For more information about CD International, please visit

Financial Choice Bill Likely to Increase Insider Trading Risks for Small Investors

May 15, 2017

On May 4, 2017, after the House Financial Services Committee approved the Financial CHOICE Act of 2017 (FCA) in a 34-26 vote, Congress moved a step closer to replacing the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The bill will now be passed to the full House, proclaiming on the way its objective ‘to create hope and opportunity for investors, consumers and entrepreneurs by… holding Wall Street accountable’. However, many of its proposed changes appear to do the opposite. They hobble the SEC’s enforcement efforts: curtailing prosecutorial approaches and raising the bar for conviction by requiring stricter proof of wrongdoing. Even though other provisions increase the penalties for violations of securities laws, the FCA is likely to expose investors to increased market risk from fraudulent activity, including insider trading.

The scale of insider trading and the profits it promises are enormous. In 2014, for example, Mathew Martoma, a former portfolio manager at SAC Capital Advisors, was convicted for using confidential information to execute trades that yielded him $275 million, dubbed by former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, ‘as the “most lucrative” example of insider trading in history’ ( Yet despite such staggering statistics, the FCA undermines the SEC’s ability to go after market manipulators like Martoma by including two provisions.

The first of these, which applies to the ‘standard of proof in administrative proceeding’, raises the bar by requiring the Commission to show ‘clear and convincing evidence’ that securities laws have been broken. This is a much more exacting standard than the ‘preponderance of the evidence’ standard required in federal courts and employed in SEC in-house hearings under existing rubric. Consequently, it is likely the SEC will decrease the number of cases pursued through administrative proceedings as it takes the path of least resistance.

Empowered by Frank-Dodd, in-house or administrative proceedings have proved to be a very effective enforcement tool for the SEC, so much so, that ‘according to a report (on May 9) by Cornerstone Research, the SEC filed 80 percent of its enforcement actions in the first half of fiscal year 2017 as administrative proceedings, not civil suits’, according to Reuters (

The New York Times’ Deal Book explains ( this ‘attack on administrative proceedings’ as a ‘reaction to a provision of the Dodd-Frank Act that authorized the S.E.C. to pursue a wider range of penalties in cases filed with its own judges, which is usually a more expeditious procedure.’ The Deal Book story also questions ‘another provision (that) could allow defendants sued by the S.E.C. a means to challenge charges by claiming they had not been informed in advance of the theory of liability being pursued.’ The controversial provision referred to would ‘prohibit the S.E.C. from using “unproven legal theories” to establish a violation’, a clear sign that the FCA intends to keep insider training inside and not extend its penalties to outsiders.

Classic cases of insider trading occur when those who have obtained confidential information by reason of being a fiduciary of a corporation use that information to trade in the corporation’s securities. Such fiduciaries include directors and employees but also those who might temporarily become fiduciaries, such as attorneys, accountants, and consultants. However, in 1997, the Supreme Court, in United States v. O’Hagan, redefined insider trading. By ratifying the ‘misappropriation theory’, it cast a wider net of culpability when non-public information is used to trade securities.

O’Hagan was a partner in a law firm retained by a British company that planned to make a bid for the Pillsbury Company. Although, he was not assigned to work on that deal, O’Hagan learned about it over lunch. He, subsequently, began purchasing shares and options that netted him over $4 million in profits after the acquisition closed. Convicted at first instance of securities violations, the decision was reversed by an appellate court. On appeal by prosecutors, the Supreme Court held that an individual may be found liable for violating rule 10(b)-5, which forbids any fraud or deceit in connection with the purchase or sale of a security, by ‘misappropriating’ confidential information.

Now, any action to close the misappropriations route or make it more difficult for the SEC to take, might amount to declaring open season for insider trading.

At present, the law appears to allow an outsider to trade on confidential information, if the insider divulged the confidential information to the outsider because of friendship rather than for pecuniary gain, particularly if the outsider gave no undertaking that the information would not be used to trade. Indeed, in defending himself from ongoing SEC action, hedge fund billionaire Leon Cooperman is arguing ‘that even if he did get inside information, he did not agree to refuse to trade on it until after he’d already received it—and that therefore, the agreement was moot, from a legal standpoint’, according to Fortune magazine ( Cooperman, CEO of Omega Advisors, has been accused of making dozens of trades in Atlas Pipeline Partners securities in 2010, netting profits of $4 million, after learning from a company insider that the troubled oil and gas company was on the verge of a merger deal.

None of this bodes well for the financial markets. If Congress pursues its agenda of hamstringing the SEC, who will protect small investors?, Inc. (CIIX) Projected To Reach Revenue of $14.8 Million by FY2020 in Consilium Global Research Report, Inc. (OTCQB: CIIX) is projected to reach revenues of $14.8 million by fiscal year 2020, according to a new research report by Consilium Global Research ( Per the report, the company did $930,000 in revenue for fiscal 2016 and is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of approximately 100% through 2020. The underlying market’s CAGR will expand at an 80% rate, the report said. Consilium sees CIIX as going through a huge transformation this year as it pursues a larger stake in the cannabis market.

Headquartered in San Gabriel, California, CIIX offers a range of consulting services and educational tools for Chinese investors, but, most recently, it has been pursuing a presence in the growing cannabidiol (CBD) market. In line with these efforts, the company opened the first online CBD store in the Chinese language in the free trade area of Shanghai. It seeks to serve some 1.4 billion people. The site will sell hemp-based food and beverages and hemp-derived CBD. It seeks to sell, where legal, to Chinese-speaking consumers worldwide through its online store,

Consilium, an independent research company, notes in its report that the CBD industry is anticipated to grow to $2.1 billion by 2020, representing a CAGR of 80%. The research firm goes on to forecast that the sales of $14.8 million by FY2020 predicted for CIIX is achievable due to the company management’s ability to execute. In fact, Consilium feels that its projections could easily prove conservative. It also estimated that CIIX could reach sales of $1.86 million in FY2017, $3.7 million in FY2018 and $7.4 million in FY2019. CIIX reported revenues of $930,000 in FY2016. For the nine months ended February 28, 2017, it reported revenues of $1.35 million.

Consilium believes that CIIX has a strong management team that has entrepreneurial skills and vision. It also finds that the firm is engrained with Chinese speakers in both the U.S. and abroad. Weaknesses are that it may have to raise more money to compete. It will also need to have sufficient and appropriate resources to stay abreast of evolving requirements for legality in the U.S. and abroad, per the research report.

With no impediments cited by the report in terms of brand leaders, laws, or standouts in this nascent market, Consilium sees opportunities for growth for CIIX. These include strategic international expansion, the large size of the Chinese market and the successful leverage of the legal cannabis market, which Consilium anticipates will drive growth for years to come.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Positioned to Profit from CBD

May 12, 2017

Since 2001, CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) has been building international business relationships. This diverse U.S.-based company has nurtured multiple global business relationships to more effectively source and deliver various industrial commodities to its clients in the People’s Republic of China. CD International is a transactional intermediary, locating and securing commodities such as iron ore, manganese ore, copper and scrap metals from around the globe to feed the industrial needs of its China-based business clients.

On Wednesday, CD International announced its entry into a full corporate offer to purchase 5,000 tons of copper cathodes (99.99% Cu) per month from a company based in Tanzania. Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CDII, stated in the news release, “We are very excited to enter this full corporate offer as our Chinese clients are ready to make purchases. To fulfill a niche market and facilitate smooth transactions, we have been working very hard in the past several years to strategically place ourselves between our suppliers and our buyers in China.” CDII will purchase 5,000 metric tons of copper cathodes per month over an initial period of 12 months, equating a total annual shipment of 60,000 metric tons. Based on current copper prices, this contract for 60,000 metric tons is valued at approximately $330 million. Simply put, CDII locates and negotiates for the commodities its buyers’ need.

Utilizing commodities sourcing as a global liaison, CD International has established strong worldwide business relationships. These relationships have provided the company opportunities to expand its business services to suppliers and purchasers to include financing, logistics and quality control, as well as provide consultation services and guidance for Chinese entities to compete in a complex global economy. The company’s success in multiple cross-border transactions shows that it has the unique ability to identify emerging market opportunities and provide comprehensive solutions to effectively conduct international business.

With an impressive track record of global transactions, CD International just launched a new division to distribute cannabidiol-based (CBD) products to the global Chinese speaking population. The launch of its Green Products Distribution Division ( and the online store ( are key components of the company’s expansion plans, with a primary focus to retail CBD-based products in Chinese-speaking communities, which collectively represent a potential global market of over two billion people. Non-euphoric CBD-based products have a broad range of therapeutic uses including treatment for epilepsy, anxiety, pain and nausea.

With multiple successful global transactions, a wealth of international relationships and in-depth knowledge of the innate practices of Chinese commerce, CD International is positioning to profit from the 60 percent annual growth rate of CBD-based products.

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ProBility Media Corp. (PBYA) is Tackling America’s Skills Gap with its Suite of Technical Training Programs

The Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary (JOLTS) released on Tuesday May 9, 2017, by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that ProBility Media Corp. (OTCQB: PBYA) has got its ducks lined up in a row. The JOLTS proclaimed happy tidings: the number of manufacturing jobs added in March was the highest for any month since ‘the front end of the Great Recession in early 2008’, according to U.S. News ( But this good news was bundled with some bad news. America is experiencing a skills gap: a mismatch between the skills employers require and the skills the workforce possesses. ProBility Media Corp., however, is aiming to narrow that gap. With its suite of technical training and testing solutions, the company is empowering America’s craftsmen and skilled workers once again.

The JOLTS report ( revealed that, in March, manufacturing industries added 322,000 to their payrolls. This brings to 922,000 the number of manufacturing hires for the first quarter of 2017, an 11 percent year-over-year increase on 2016. The report also showed that there were 394,000 job openings at the end of March, matching the record highest, attained in July 2016, since April 2006. Manufacturing output has expanded substantially since the doldrums of the financial crisis in 2009, with the St. Louis Fed’s index of real manufacturing output recording a rise of 29 percent. Contrary to widespread reports, manufacturing employment has also risen since the Great Depression, although less than output. FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data) shows employment in the sector rising by 8 percent, from 11,475,000 in December 2009 to 12,396,000 in April 2017 (

While the data provides some reassurance that American manufacturing is alive and well, it also reveals a disturbing trend of layoffs, which signals a skills gap. In March, some 105,000 manufacturing workers were laid off. Factories are hiring, but they’re firing, too.

However, ProBility is endeavoring to fill that skills gap. The company provides a range of education and training programs for a wide variety of vocational occupations such as craning, rigging, electrical, plumbing and HVAC.

ProBility is disrupting the technical vocations training and certification industry by creating the first full service training and career advancement brand in the technical fields. It has undertaken a major push into the crane training space and is now developing online training programs employing virtual reality technology. ProBility’s crane e-learning products include full crane operator’s courses that simulate the hands-on experience of a lab and physical school. In addition, its publishing division has been working to create full handbooks to accompany the online courses.

ProBility continues to expand its suite of e-learning, training and testing services, through both acquisitions and internal growth. The company is positioning itself as the go-to resource for individuals, small- and medium-size businesses, and large enterprise customers by offering consistent high-quality training services and materials for education, testing, and career advancement.

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QualityStocksNewsBreaks – SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) CEO Discusses Acquisition Strategy in Interview on MoneyTV

Specialized holding company SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) is a featured company on this week’s episode of MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon. MoneyTV is an internationally syndicated television program about “money and what makes it happen.” To view the show, visit In this week’s episode, SinglePoint CEO Greg Lambrecht discusses the company’s progress toward expanding its presence in the burgeoning legal marijuana industry by way of acquisition. “We’ve spent the last couple of months courting companies to acquire them, particularly in the cannabis space,” Lambrecht noted in the interview. “Actually, I think next week we’re going to be putting an LOI out on a company out of California that we’re going to acquire that has revenue. That was the whole goal behind this is to use our public vehicle to acquire companies with revenues and check that box, and you’re going to be finding that whole plan coming to fruition here shortly… We’re looking to acquire companies that have done all the work and have gotten the license to be a distributor or a manufacturer. Those are so valuable, and that’s what we’re really focusing on.”

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About SinglePoint, Inc.

SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) has grown from a full-service mobile technology provider to a publicly traded holding company. Through diversification into horizontal markets, SinglePoint is building its portfolio by acquiring an interest in undervalued subsidiaries, thereby providing a rich, diversified holding base. Through its subsidiary company SingleSeed the company is providing products and services to the cannabis industry. For more information visit

SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) Set to Capitalize on Payment Markets Opportunity in MMJ Industry after Congress Triggers Safe Harbor Protection

May 11, 2017

With the passage of the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment in the $1.1 trillion spending bill to fund the government until September 30, 2017, Congress continues its hands-off approach to the medical marijuana industry. Attached as a rider to the appropriations bill, Rohrabacher-Farr now allows marijuana dispensaries powerful ‘safe harbor’ protections. As a consequence, SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) is rebooting its initiatives, started two years ago, to be a ‘first mover’ in providing payment solutions to the cannabis vertical through its SingleSeed payments subsidiary.

SinglePoint has been working with medical marijuana (MMJ) businesses for a long time, as GeekWire reported in August 2014 ( Back then, the company engaged with more than 100 state-licensed dispensaries in Colorado and Washington to set up point-of-sale terminals that would enable patients to pay for their marijuana purchases with debit and credit cards. SinglePoint’s leadership in providing payment solutions to the newly legalized MMJ industry went up in smoke, however, since banks, afraid of falling afoul of the law, refused to process the payments. Federal money transmitting regulations prohibit ‘the transportation or transmission of funds that… have been derived from a criminal offense or are intended to be used to promote or support unlawful activity’.

In this decidedly more benign environment, SinglePoint, through its SingleSeed Payments subsidiary, is offering a novel payment solution to MMJ dispensaries with its cashless ATM that closely resembles the typical debit/credit card terminal. However, unlike traditional terminals that are associated with an identifiable merchant account, the SingleSeed terminal is linked to the ATM network. As a result, a transaction through a SingleSeed cashless ATM, like a cash withdrawal from any ATM, involves only the account holder, his bank and a cash amount… devoid of other transaction details.

SinglePoint is also breaking ground with its Pay-by-Text™ technology, a tool that facilitates both promotional outreach and payments. Pay-by-Text™ offers a swipe-less payment option to customers who install the app on their mobile phones. To make a payment, the purchaser sends a text message to the payment provider, who clears the transaction with the vendor. The cost of the purchase, subsequently, appears on the monthly phone bill. In addition, the Pay-by-Text™ app becomes a marketing tool. Once the customer has set up a Pay-by-Text™ account, the vendor can issue an invitation to receive text messages. With these promotional and payment solutions, SinglePoint is set to capitalize on the opportunities in payments now that federal legislative and judicial action has created a safe harbor for the MMJ industry.

But a lot has changed since then. Now, even though marijuana remains a Schedule 1 substance like ecstasy, heroin and mescaline under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, 29 states and the District of Columbia have passed resolutions or laws legalizing medical marijuana or regulating its adult use like alcohol or tobacco.

This has prompted a supportive response from the legislative and judicial branches of the federal government, in stark contrast to the mixed messages coming from the executive. Most importantly, the continuation of Rohrabacher-Farr, which prohibits the Justice Department from using funds allocated by Congress to interfere with the implementation of state medical marijuana laws, triggers the ‘safe harbor’ protections of an important court ruling last year.

On August 16, 2016, in United States v. McIntosh, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the federal appellate court for the states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington, created a ‘safe harbor’ for medical marijuana establishments. Its ruling requires federal district court judges to provide medical marijuana suppliers and users with a pre-trial evidentiary hearing so that they can establish that their activities are compliant with applicable state law. If such compliance is established, then prosecution under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) should be dismissed or discontinued, as long as Rohrabacher-Farr, which first became law in May 2014, stands. This means that if MMJ dispensaries can demonstrate compliance with state laws by, for example, having a compliance program in place, they cannot be prosecuted under the CSA.

In addition, SinglePoint has announced in a press release ( that it has signed an agreement allowing the company to begin offering “high risk” merchant accounts. This is a major step toward providing previously unavailable financial services to companies in high-risk categories, and the company plans to integrate this into their Pay-by-Text solution.

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FORM Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: FH) is “One to Watch”

May 10, 2017

FORM Holdings (NASDAQ: FH) employs a relatively simple yet extremely robust targeting matrix when it comes to acquiring new development candidates. It’s really all about what this diverse holding company can bring to table, as well as how much an otherwise promising, vetted target can benefit – whether it is additional capital and restructuring we are talking about, or full-scale rebranding and implementation of new best practice procedures. Similarly, candidates are selected that can clearly benefit from the kind of new talent recruitment, as well as tailored marketing, public relations, and visibility enhancement, that only an outfit of FORM Holdings’ caliber can provide.

The operational profile of FORM Holdings spans several wholly-owned operating units in technology, including built-to-order, rugged, field-ready mobile and computing products company, Group Mobile; the designer, developer and manufacturer of mobile device-agnostic, wire-free rapid charging and power systems, FLI Charge; and an IP monetization company, Vringo, which works a growing portfolio with more than 75 technology patents, covering everything from telecom infrastructure, remote monitoring and internet search, to ad-insertion, wireless charging, and mobile technologies. The Company also maintains an 8.5 percent stake in Infomedia, a privately-owned, leading UK-based CRM (customer relationship management) and monetization tech provider to mobile carriers and device manufacturers.

However, FORM Holdings has shifted a good deal of its overall corporate focus in recent quarters to its newly-acquired health and wellness subsidiary, XpresSpa. For, as CEO and Director Andrew Perlman recently pointed out in an interview with Bloomberg Market’s Pimm Fox, airport traffic in the U.S. was up 3.2 percent to 929 million passengers last year alone, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. XpresSpa represented approximately 70 percent of FORM Holdings’ 2016 revenues, whereas the aforementioned other four business units represented only the remaining 30 percent. XpresSpa raked in some $43.6 million last year, with hearty store level profitability margins of around 20 percent.

Unlike traditional brick and mortar retail that has seen increasingly dramatic erosion by e-commerce (as antiquated and vulnerable operations become displaced by digital commerce of some form or another), airport terminals provide a comparatively captive consumer audience that is willing to spend more for immediate satisfaction. This only becomes more and more the norm in a world where enhanced security procedures often mean longer wait times and increased stress. Indeed, checkpoint traffic rose 15 percent from 2011 to 2016, while the number of screeners declined roughly 5.5 percent. Even with TSA PreCheck, more travelers and fewer screeners has led to long wait lines and grumpy passengers.

According to the Department of Transportation, consumer complaints from all categories against airlines were up 47 percent from 2014 to 2015, and they rose another 10 percent last year. With a variety of well-publicized stories in the news recently about airline carriers failing to live up to customers’ service expectations, the welcoming promise of a pre- or post-flight XpresSpa decompression session may be just the ticket when it comes to encouraging travelers to keep flying the not-always-so-friendly skies. One look at the full-service spa offerings available – from massage, manicure/pedicure, facials, and waxing, to hair and grooming, as well as shower facilities at some locations – and even the lay investor can see why the XpresSpa business model has caught fire with travelers. This is especially true when one considers the demographic of U.S. air travelers, who have as much as double the median household income, or that of the frequent fliers, who generally have more than double the median household income and make most of their airport retail purchases on impulse due to the same factors which plague all airline travelers, such as boredom, stress, and the hectic nature of most airports.

XpresSpa is more than just a well-recognized and trusted brand that consumers have come to rely on to de-stress before or after a wearying journey. It is also the dominant player in the industry domestically with 3.3 times as many locations in the U.S. market as its next closest competitor, Be Relax, and more locations than all of its competitors combined if we look at total global market saturation (U.S. included). This is an interesting metric indeed, given that the company’s international footprint currently consists of just three stores in Amsterdam and one in Dubai. If we look at the choice CAPEX to profitability data on the Company’s new kiosks, which pulled on average about half the $1 million in sales last year that the in-line stores did, the expansion potential for this sector front-runner becomes even more tantalizing.

While XpresSpa is likely the most recognized and popular airport spa brand among travelers today, with 53 locations in 40 terminals at 22 airports, one of the real keys to building the company’s presence has been to deploy multiple locations at a single airport. For instance, the Company has seven stores and a kiosk at New York’s JFK alone, which was actually the number one large U.S. hub last year for international enplanements, and was the fifth busiest U.S. air travel hub (by total boarding).

Just to underscore the viability of this multiple location per venue model, and to dissuade investors from the notion that eight is enough when it comes to venue saturation, the company has another location slated to open at JFK in Q2 FY17. It says a lot about the business model’s expansion potential to see XpresSpa going for a ninth location at JFK (3.4 percent increase last year to nearly 28.9 million passengers), and the Company has three more locations slated for this year as well, which will make seven total new locations opened in all since the acquisition of XpresSpa was announced by FORM Holdings back in August of 2016.

Another key to the success and overall profitability of the XpresSpa model has been a superb and growing selection of retail items ranging from high-quality but affordable grab-and-go travel accoutrements, like best seller $18.00 travel pillows and $10.00 satin eye masks, to the $180.00 luxurious cashmere travel set, which includes a 100 percent silk eye mask, in addition to the 100 percent cashmere blanket, pillow, and mask cover case. Beyond travel blankets, masks and pillows, XpresSpa sells a wide variety of other spa products, including bath & body, hair and personal care items, hydrogel eye and face masks to revitalize tissues, and therapeutic massagers. The global airport retail market is on pace to hit $90 billion by 2023 according to a new report from Credence Research, and the U.S. space alone was estimated at around $4.5 billion back in 2015 by Micro Market Monitor.

Add to XpresSpa’s established store/product driven brand presence with the May 8 announcement of an exclusive partnership with hot, on-trend private label and branded product designer/manufacturer Capelli New York, and you have the formula for retail dynamite. Capelli has serious traction in the coveted junior and contemporary markets, with coordinated product lines in the fashion accessory and jewelry segments, as well as in hosiery, footwear, sleepwear, and home fashion (among others). The move to have Capelli co-produce and sell XpresSpa’s branded travel, spa products and accessories is something which should translate handily into expanded reach, brand presence, and overall gross margins. On this subject, it is worth pointing out to investors that XpresSpa is helmed by the former VP of premium, luxury and sports eyewear brand Luxottica, Ed Jankowski, who was also formerly Senior VP for gourmet Belgian chocolatier Godiva. This is a company that understands how to connect with high earners through premium offerings.

Furthermore, FORM Holdings has some big overhauls coming this year for XpresSpa, including XpresSpa 2.0 locations with improved aesthetics, layout, efficiency optimizations, and service offerings. Additionally, a new POS system (slated for Q4) will be fully integrated with the reservation system, open up expanded digital marketing capabilities, and leverage an already-signed user base of over 140,000 affinity members.

The other 30 percent of 2016 revenues is nothing to sneeze at either. Group Mobile has a solid pipeline of request for proposals with law enforcement, and an emphasis on long term corporate/municipality contracts for its rugged computing options, which are well-served by an experienced sales team who knows the prevailing hardware landscape like the back of its hand. Group Mobile saw 25 percent year over year sales growth last year to $6.6 million, even as bookings and customer commitments increased 128 percent to $12.1 million. Group Mobile serves a wide range of clients, from military and first responders to large select customers such as Macy’s. Rugged laptops, tablets and handhelds, as well as its wide range of other solutions, from body cameras to drones, are just a taste of the thousands of products from top brands that allow Group Mobile to tap an increasingly large slice of the $5 billion and growing domestic rugged mobile computing market.

FLI Charge also deserves a closer look, as it has some of the most advanced/efficient wire-free conductive technology available today. The sheer adaptability of this technology when it comes to working with essentially any battery-powered/DC device on the market today is enough to make FLI Charge worth further investigation on its own – but the usage characteristics of this technology are the real head-turners. Able to deliver wattage via a protocol that is as safe as plugging into a wall outlet, FLI Charge enablements can be embedded easily into any battery operated or DC-powered device, allowing them to be charged or powered via a pad such as the FLIway 40. This same ease of use becomes available for iPhone and Samsung Galaxy phones with FLI Charge’s FLIcases (70 percent thinner than extra battery packs), which remove the need for an enablement and allow the phone to be FLI Charged by simply setting it on the pad in any direction.

Investors can get a good look at FORM Holdings at the upcoming Oppenheimer Emerging Growth Conference, which will be held at the luxurious InterContinental Barclay Hotel in New York City next week. CEO Perlman will be available for one-on-one meetings throughout the day for those who arrange a meeting with Oppenheimer & Co. Inc.

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BioCorRx (BICX) Offers New Hope for Individuals Addicted to Opioids, Alcohol

Addiction is a widespread crisis in the United States that doesn’t seem to have an end in sight. Both youth and adults suffer the devastating consequences of drug and alcohol addiction, and lives are lost and families are torn apart every day due to its destructive effects. In 2015 alone, more than 50,000 deaths resulted from drug overdoses in the U.S. (, but one company is offering new hope to millions of addicted individuals and their loved ones and making major strides to help turn the tide in America’s addiction epidemic.

BioCorRx Inc. (OTCQB: BICX) is an addiction treatment company engaged in developing and providing cutting-edge solutions to treat alcohol and opioid addictions. The company has pioneered a fresh approach to addiction treatment, offering a non-addictive, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program that consists of two main parts: an outpatient implant procedure performed by a licensed physician and a specially tailored one-on-one counseling program.

The first component of the BioCorRx Recovery Program involves the insertion of an implant that delivers naltrexone to addiction patients. Naltrexone is a non-addictive opioid antagonist that is able to significantly reduce an individual’s physical cravings for opioids and alcohol. The presence of the implant and its ongoing delivery of naltrexone make part two of the BioCorRx Recovery Program possible: one-on-one counseling that is specifically designed to treat the substance abuse addictions of patients receiving long-term naltrexone treatment. Because their addiction cravings have been quelled by the naltrexone, patients are able to make greater progress in psychosocial treatment and can more effectively address the underlying issues driving their addictive behaviors. The result is a much greater chance for patients to achieve long-term sobriety.

BioCorRx CEO Brady Granier recently discussed this revolutionary new treatment program on FOX News ( and FOX Business (, detailing the BioCorRx program and the success it is having among patients. Granier also discussed an injectable naltrexone option the company currently has in preclinical development. Through BioCorRx Pharmaceuticals, an R&D subsidiary of BioCorRx, the company is developing, in partnership with TheraKine LTD, a new injection delivery technology for naltrexone called BICX101. This injectable naltrexone offers an additional naltrexone delivery option for addicted individuals in treatment.

BioCorRx also recently announced it has entered into an agreement with DynamiCare Health, Inc. to develop a co-branded mobile application, called DynamiCare Rewards™, with BioCorRx CBT that supports patients who are in treatment for addiction. This app will provide patients with a self-guided, interactive version of the BioCorRx Recovery Program and will enable counselors to remotely monitor their patients’ progress as patients complete the 35 modules of the program.

The tremendous success of BioCorRx’s twofold addiction treatment program—addressing both the physical and psychological aspects of opioid and alcohol addiction—is offering fresh hope for addicted individuals and their loved ones throughout the country.

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Whistleblowers Finger Bad Actors in the Financial Markets and Get Paid Millions by the SEC for Doing So

Back in 1970, in a seminal paper titled The Market for Lemons, George Akerlof highlighted how vitally important accurate information was to the effective functioning of the financial markets. It stands to reason: if the information reported by firms cannot be trusted, few would want to invest. The obfuscation and fraud practiced at Enron, WorldCom and other entities in the 1990s and disguised under a façade of positive earnings reports provided devastating proof, however, that the markets had not developed effective mechanisms for tackling information asymmetry, which occurs when one party to a contract knows a great deal more than the other. The recent financial crisis provided further evidence. The triple-A credit ratings assigned by agencies such as Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s turned out to be ‘fake news’. In response, Congress passed the Dodd–Frank Act, which as part of its mandate to reform Wall Street and protect consumers instituted the Office of the Whistleblower under the aegis of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Akerlof, in his insightful magnum opus, analyzed the role of information by examining the market for used cars, which has ‘peaches’ (good cars) and ‘lemons’ (bad ones). Since buyers are acutely aware that sellers of lemons are likely to pass off their cars as peaches, they lower their bids on all cars. This, however, drives many owners of good cars to take their peaches off the market. Naturally, those selling bad cars are unperturbed by the fall in prices and are quite happy to continue offering their lemons. The average quality of cars offered, consequently, falls, since there are less peaches but the same number of lemons. This initiates a vicious cycle, with buyers further lowering their bids and more peaches leaving the market. Akerlof’s insight was to show that informational asymmetry diminishes transactions in any marketplace by driving out quality. He went on to marry Janet Yellen, the present Chair of the Federal Reserve, in 1978 and to win the Nobel Prize in Economics for his work in 2001.

Despite the lament in a recent New York Times article ( on the SEC’s apparent deafness when an employee at giant mortgage insurer Radiant Group complained his employer was materially understating estimates of claims liability, the Whistleblower program appears to have had some measure of success. In its 2016 Annual Report to Congress, the SEC announced that since its inception on August 12, 2011, the Whistleblower program had ‘awarded more than $111 million to 34 whistleblowers’, with one award in 2014 being worth a whopping $30 million. That’s an awful lot of money for blowing a whistle, and, although the program was designed to provide insiders with incentives to report bad behavior by their employers, the size of the payouts is beginning to attract the attention of outsiders as well.

The Gulf News ( tells how two vigilant analysts stand to win as much as $2.5 million after tipping off the SEC about discrepancies in the earnings reports of Texas-based medical device maker Orthofix International NV. Their million-dollar award will come out of the $8.25 million the errant company has to pay. They are not the only ones. In January 2016, the SEC paid ‘more than $700,000 to a company outsider who conducted a detailed analysis that led to a successful SEC enforcement action’. The agency has said that ‘just over a third of the more than $111 million awarded to whistle-blowers went to outsiders such as analysts or short-sellers’. Those numbers have increased. At May 2, 2016, approximately $154 million had been awarded to 44 whistleblowers.

The law requires whistleblower awards to be a minimum of 10 percent of monetary sanctions collected; however, they can go up to a maximum of 30 percent. With its Whistleblower program, the SEC is encouraging investors to do their due diligence and get paid for it. Hopefully, this will encourage market participants to keep their operations as clean as a whistle.

QualityStocksNewsBreaks – InMed Pharmaceuticals (IMLFF) Announces Filing of Provisional Patent for INM-085

Pre-clinical stage biopharmaceutical company InMed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OTCQB: IMLFF) (CSE: IN) this morning announced the filing of a provisional patent application in the United States for INM-085 as a cannabinoid-based topical therapy for glaucoma. The company notes that this move marks an important step toward providing intellectual and commercial protection for INM-085. If approved, INM-085 could address an expansive global market that’s currently valued in excess of $5 billion. Per this morning’s update, glaucoma is currently the second-leading cause of blindness, driven by risk factors such as increased pressure in the eye, a family history of the condition, migraines, high blood pressure and obesity. With INM-085, InMed is seeking to reduce intraocular pressure associated with glaucoma through a single daily eye drop administered immediately prior to the patient’s bedtime. The company also intends to initiate discussions with potential partners regarding its proprietary delivery system for ophthalmic drugs, which it anticipates could play a key role in reducing the high rates of non-adherence that are often present with currently-approved glaucoma therapies.

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InMed is a pre-clinical stage biopharmaceutical company that specializes in developing novel therapies through the research and development into the extensive pharmacology of cannabinoids coupled with innovative drug delivery systems. InMed’s proprietary bioinformatics database drug/disease targeting tool, cannabinoid biosynthesis technology and drug development pipeline are the fundamental value drivers of the Company. For more information, visit

QualityStocksNewsBreaks – CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Enters Full Corporate Offer to Purchase 60,000 Metric Tons of Copper Cathodes

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), a U.S.-based company that sources industrial commodities and provides business and management corporate consulting services, this morning announced its entry into a full corporate offer to purchase 5,000 tons of copper cathodes (99.99% Cu) per month from a company based in Tanzania. “We are very excited to enter this full corporate offer as our Chinese clients are ready to make purchases,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CDII, stated in the news release. “To fulfill a niche market and facilitate smooth transactions, we have been working very hard in the past several years to strategically place ourselves between our suppliers and our buyers in China… We expect to commence the first shipment for our clients within months.” Per the terms of the offer, CDII will be required to purchase 5,000 metric tons of copper cathodes per month over an initial period of 12 months, leading to a total annual shipment of 60,000 metric tons. Based on current copper future prices pulled from the London Metal Exchange, this contract total of 60,000 metric tons is valued at approximately $330 million.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) is a U.S.-based company that sources industrial commodities and provides business and management corporate consulting services. For more information about CD International, please visit, Inc. (CIIX) Aims to Excel in CBD Markets

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For nearly two decades, (OTCQB: CIIX) has delivered a wide range of products, information, and services, including several subscription-based services, for the global Chinese speaking population. The specialized investment services company provides real-time market commentary, analysis, and education-related information in the Chinese language, as well as offering consultation, advertising, and public relations services.

The company’s product diversity is a result of its growth-focused, long term quest for value-add opportunities. Not satisfied with a 100,000+ user base, a recognizable 18-year-old brand, and a target market in excess of two billion Chinese speaking people, recently executed a first-to-market milestone by creating the world’s only Chinese language, cannabinoid-based, therapeutic health products online store,

After profiting from a successful investment in the marijuana market, the company recognized an immense opportunity and recently expanded into retail and online sales of cannabidiol (CBD) products. With an annual growth rate of nearly 60 percent, CBD oil has become one of the fastest growing market categories in the country, and U.S.-based aims to capitalize on this meteoric growth by marketing holistic CBD-based products to the more than two billion Chinese speaking people in the world.

CBD oil is considered to have a broad range of medical benefits, and it is non-psychoactive with low-THC and high-CBD content. CBD has shown varying degrees of efficacy in treating epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, cirrhosis, pain, anxiety and stress. Given the wide ranging practice of holistic-based Eastern medicine, acceptance and use of CBD oils is not only a natural adjunct, but also an enormous potential revenue generator for, which suggests that online sales and future retail outlets could easily exceed expectations. All told, presents an interesting opportunity to profit from the meteoric rise of the medical marijuana market as it relates to a global population of more than two billion Chinese consumers.

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QualityStocksNewsBreaks – Player’s Network, Inc. (PNTV) Announces Launch of Expanded Shareholder Communications Campaign

Diversified holding company Player’s Network, Inc. (OTCQB: PNTV) today announced the launch of a new, expanded shareholder communications and investor relations campaign aimed at broadening the company’s visibility in the investment community and providing added transparency to its shareholders by offering insight into all current operations and future plans. Introduction of the new campaign follows a significant spike in shareholder inquiries related to PNTV’s transition from developmental-stage holdings into operational, particularly as it relates to the company’s entry into the booming legal marijuana industry. “We have spent the last few months obsessing over revolutionary methods to better communicate with our shareholders and the investment community,” Brett H. Pojunis, director of PNTV, noted in the news release. “We have established an amazing in-house IR department to organically improve our communications. We will continually add new features to our website and our overall program to better serve our shareholders and potential shareholders… Additionally, we are making ourselves available and trying to provide real time information including end of day market updates to our shareholders.”

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Player’s Network, Inc. is a diversified holding company operating in media and marijuana. PNTV owns approximately 86% of Green Leaf Farms Holdings, LLC (Green Leaf Farms), which has Nevada state issued cultivation and production license(s). The cultivation license enables Green Leaf Farms to grow marijuana and the production license enables them to create extracts which are used for cartridges, oils and edibles. is a wholly owned subsidiary which is developing the ultimate resource for the marijuana lifestyle. For more information please visit the company’s corporate website at


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