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SEC Proposal Would Require Companies to Disclose Executive Pay in Connection with Financial Performance

May 26, 2015

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in late April proposed a ruling that would require corporations to disclose the relationship between executive pay and fiscal performance. The proposed rules would create a greater dimension of transparency and allow shareholders to be better informed when they elect directors.

“These proposed rules would better inform shareholders and give them a new metric for assessing a company’s executive compensation relative to its financial performance,” SEC Chair Mary Jo White stated in the news release. “The proposal would require enhanced disclosure that can be compared across companies.”

Per the proposed ruling, companies will be required to disclose executive compensation and performance results in a new table and tag in the information in interactive data format. Additionally, the company would also be required to report its total shareholder return (TSR) and the TSR of companies in a peer group.

Companies would be required to disclose information for the last five fiscal years, with exception for smaller reporting companies, which would only be required to disclose information for the last three fiscal years.

The comment period for the newly proposed rules will be 60 days after publication in the Federal Register.

International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Utilizing Revolutionary Technology to Unlock the Power of Regenerative Medicine

An aging population is currently highlighting the considerable limitations of the medical industry. According to the Mayo Clinic, treatments are increasingly unable to keep pace with the needs of patients, with clinicians only having access to medications or devices that can manage symptoms. However, advances in developmental and cell biology, immunology and related fields have unlocked huge potential for the industry, and regenerative medicine looks to be the game-changing solution.

Despite its promise, regenerative medicine faces significant hurdles moving forward. In particular, immune rejection of transplanted cells has severely limited the huge potential of stem cell therapy. International Stem Cell Corporation (OTCQB: ISCO), through its powerful new stem cell technology, could be on the cusp of overcoming these limitations, opening the door for major advances in the medical market.

Parthenogenesis, ISCO’s proprietary stem cell development process, has allowed the company to develop a new class of stem cells, known as human parthenogenetic stem cells (hpSCs), which possess the most favorable characteristics of the existing classes. Through this technique, ISCO is able to create cells that are exactly matched or histocompatible with large segments of the human population, limiting the risk of immune rejection during treatment.

ISCO has made noteworthy strides towards the commercialization of its cell therapy treatment this year, capturing the attention of industry experts around the globe.

“In the first quarter of 2015 we completed all the necessary preclinical studies of our Parkinson’s program and formally submitted our application to begin the first clinical study of this novel approach to treating this debilitating disease in humans,” stated Andrey Semechkin, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer and Co-Chairman of ISCO.

Highlights from the company’s business activity thus far in 2015 include the completion of preclinical studies and submission of an application to begin human trials in Australia, completion of manufacture of a bank of 2.6 billion human cells for use in clinical trials and the approval of a Japanese patent covering parthenogenetic methods of stem cell creation, meaning ISCO now has patent protection in all three major world markets (US, EU and Japan).

“We continue to expect to make significant progress during the rest of 2015 towards our goal of providing a viable treatment option for people with Parkinson’s disease,” continued Semechkin.

According to Florida Hospital, Parkinson’s disease affects up to one million people in the United States, with doctors diagnosing as many as 60,000 new cases each year. Upon completion of clinical trials, the potential market for ISCO’s parthenogenetic cell creation is effectively limitless. As the company continues towards marketization for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease, look for substantial opportunities for growth within the medical industry in the years to come.

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Car Monkeys Group (CKMY) Revolutionary Search Technology Poised to Profit in Online Used Auto Parts Market

Car Monkeys Group (OTC: CKMY) is actively transforming the landscape of the used auto parts market with a highly sophisticated search engine that can intelligently locate compatible parts for a given vehicle make/model and year, and which is able to even correlate compatibility across multiple brands, allowing users to shop from the convenience of their home or the office, and still find an exact fit part for their needs. The lack of truly advanced technology in this area has made the process of finding used parts time consuming and often unrewarding. On the one hand, the search often results in parts that are either incompatible or of substandard quality. On the other hand, the search is inordinately costly, as the consumer leaves the job up to their mechanic to find the part, resulting in an even bigger repair bill, due primarily to the high labor cost of most mechanics, which can often run as high as $100 an hour.

The market for used auto parts is hotter than ever today, with used car sales on the rise, as budget-minded Americans look to squeeze ever tighter returns out of their automotive dollar. And used auto parts are also increasingly thought of as green parts by many consumers, considering the environmental benefits from part reuse, like offsetting the raw material consumption required to produce new ones. The addition of lower gas prices to this equation has taken an already revved up used car market and sent sales into overdrive. With used cars stealing more and more market share from newer hybrid and electric vehicles among environmentally conscious consumers, as such buyers weigh the economical and environmental benefits with great care, ultimately seeing the compelling value arguments inherent in buying a used vehicle.

Even as new car sales rose last year to the highest levels since 2006, sales margins continued to decline from 2013 figures, which even then saw a 7 percent fall from the year prior. Average pretax profit for car dealerships was in the neighborhood of 2.2 percent on new vehicle sales according to the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), making the used car market a big and growing target for dealerships across the country. During the same period, used car sales margins increased handsomely, up 13 percent. Little wonder then that used car sales hit 42 million last year and are expected to outpace estimates for 2015, as improved credit availability and a generally positive consumer confidence outlook combine to improve throughput. The generally positive consumer confidence that has led to multiple consecutive years of rising auto sales in the U.S. is exemplified by this week’s report from research group The Conference Board, which showed a slight uptick to 95.4 on their consumer confidence index for May.

Used car sales are currently hovering around 9 million per quarter, with franchise certified pre-owned sales seeing the biggest year-over-year increase, up around 13 percent from Q3 2013 to Q3 2014. For full year 2014, used car sales between private parties were also up, by around 4 percent, to roughly 12.5 million according to’s used market quarterly report, further indicating to investors how strong the used car market is. Infiniti Research even projects a 6.95 percent CAGR moving forward for the 2014 to 2019 period and the underlying message is thus quite clear when it comes to the approximately $3 billion domestic market for used auto parts needed to keep all these used cars going. It is a great time to be innovating in the used auto parts market and Car Monkeys Group is one of the more interesting players to take a look at.

While dealers are struggling to court this booming used car market, which is highly attractive from a widening profit margin and extended services standpoint, using sophisticated digital technologies to engage end-users, the used parts market hasn’t seen the same kinds of innovations we routinely see in other retailer sectors, not until more recently at any rate. The fact that innovators in this space will benefit a great deal from increasing service activity by dealerships, who will need to get their hands on a steady supply of quality used parts, is worth looking into for investors. The advent of companies like Car Monkeys Group, which leverages their proprietary search and consolidation algorithm technology, as well as a growing network of dismantlers across the country, in order to supply users with high quality, run and tested used parts via their easy to use website, is changing the used auto part market and opening up a significant opportunity for investors looking to benefit from the prevailing used car market dynamics.

Once a difficult and time consuming task that often ended up being translated into several additional and costly man hours, the task of locating and laying hands on the right part for a used vehicle has now been transformed into a shopping experience much like or other ecommerce experiences. offers the ease of use that modern consumers have come to expect and harnesses the logistical might of their supplier network to deliver axles, engines, transmissions and other parts, direct to the consumer’s or their mechanic’s doorstep, and all at no shipping cost. The incomparable 5-year unlimited miles warranty and zero hassle 30-day return policy extended by the company have made the barrier for entry to new customers extremely low, allowing to gain immense traction in what is still a relatively niche industry.

The company’s ability to offer top quality used parts via technology that cannot be found elsewhere and which maximally accounts for factors like part interchangeability, delivering the widest possible selection for a low price, further sweetened by exceptional purchasing benefits, has resulted in a great deal of interest and rapidly accruing presence for the Car Monkeys brand, among both individual consumers and car mechanics alike. Moreover, the company’s ability to data mine the vast amount of information generated in the process of site usage gives Car Monkeys key, long-term advantages that can be exploited for increased revenues. Important to note given the company’s recent financial performance reportage, indicating 17.3 percent YOY revenue growth for the six months ending December, 2014, achieved on strong overall volume, with 58 percent YOY growth in the number of gross transactions.

The upper limit on the company’s basic ecommerce used auto parts business model is considerable, especially when one understands the outlook for the used car market, but when you account for the potential upside from their ability to mine the associated big data generated by their revolutionary ecommerce site, the overall value proposition for CKMY increases significantly. Big data is fast emerging as the cornerstone of success in ecommerce for many of the industry’s biggest players and offers several important benefits. From being able to offer improved customer satisfaction the way Amazon does via their big data program, delivering detailed product support and enticing deals to customers based on knowledge that is custom tailored by their own shopping habits (like what kind of car they are buying parts for), to improved new customer engagement and retention, as well as brand awareness metrics, big data is an essential and driving force behind the growth and prosperity of modern ecommerce companies. has quickly become one of the largest and fastest growing online retailers for used automotive parts here in the U.S. and the sky is the limit given their access to a burgeoning network of dismantling centers, as well as warehousing capacity across the country.

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MIT Holding, Inc. (MITD) Initiates Awareness Campaign with Upcoming Investor Luncheons

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New investor eyes. That’s what every publicly traded company needs. News releases, social media and articles are a great away to attract investor attention, but a company with substance still places a great value on face-to-face meetings with brokers, investment bankers and most importantly existing and potential shareholders.

Los Angeles-based MIT Holding is a provider of a professional one-source total recovery system that takes a patient from the hospital bed through full recovery. The company takes the responsibility of medications, appointments, the endless calls to the insurance carriers, home visits and, most importantly, the burden and stress of being sick and depending on family and loved ones.

MIT Holdings is gearing up for multiple investor luncheons scheduled for this summer. The luncheons will last approximately two hours and offer attendees one-on-one interaction to hear the full MIT Holding story and receive answers to any lingering questions.

“Even though just about every person alive can relate to our services and business model, because we are the first to create or pioneer this niche in the industry, it takes a little extra personal time to make sure the investor realizes what we have in fact created,” says William Nalley, IR consultant for MIT Holding. “We have reorganized the company and given our shareholders, for the first time, a self-sustaining business that needs no outside funding for day-to-day growth and an organic 25% year-over-year growth.”

Further explaining the business model, Nalley explains, “Think about it; anyone who has ever been through or has had a loved one go through a critical illness and attempt to navigate through the recovery period by themselves would give an arm and a leg to have one company to go to and say, ‘Here is my illness; this is what I need; take care of it!’ Well, we go one step further and meet with you in the hospital prior to discharge and start taking care of it at that moment. We go home from the hospital with you, so all you need to focus on is recovery.”

In support of its core services, MIT Holding also provides expert legal, accounting, advisory and educational services to physicians, medical centers, hospitals, small and large businesses regarding the Affordable Care Act; offers travel and transportation services of medically challenged patients for medical needs and personal travel; and through its contracts is approved to, conduct and administer FDA clinical trials.

Your doctors, your medications and your hospitals will change throughout your life; MIT Holding will not. The company stays with its patients through the rest of their life, taking care of any medical needs that arise.

Combined, these services contribute to MIT Holding’s strategy to provide custom prescription solutions, maximize cross marketing, and generate multiple revenue streams.

MIT Holding has priced its services to achieve 32% minimum net profits and has maintained operational profitability in its fiscal third and fourth quarters, validating the company’s business model, its adaptable approach to the Affordable Health Care Act, and its potential in the health services industry.

Because MIT Holding meets and/or exceeds major U.S. health insurance requirements, the company can direct bill and receive payments from more than 128 carriers, Medicare and Medicaid on behalf of the patient its agents and its facilitators. This is an important component in the company’s goal of developing the first-of its-kind seamless transition for patient needs from hospital discharge to complete home recovery.

The ultimate desired outcome for meeting with brokers and shareholders is to raise brand awareness and transparency, and thereby potentially increase volume and liquidity.

“Once we increase those two factors, we become a different story. These luncheons are just another way to explain our business model and gain momentum,” explains Nalley. “Our intention is to do a year-long, nationwide investment/broker campaign. We’re going in and shaking the hands of brokers and making MIT Holdings management available for questions now and down the road.”

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Continues to Expand Presence in Growing Global Security Industry

Established in 1998, View Systems, Inc. serves one of the fastest-growing sectors of the global economy: the security industry. The company manufactures computer software and hardware used for threat detection and surveillance applications, giving it access to an estimated $100 billion per year industry. According to an analysis of global threats to government and businesses, this puts View Systems in a strong strategic position to maintain its presence in the global market for the foreseeable future.

The company’s primary product offering, ViewScan, is a proven improvement on traditional Concealed Weapons Detection Systems (CWD). Using a PC-based software display, the system identifies the location and number of threat items, such as knives, guns and razor blades, while ignoring innocuous personal artifacts like coins, keys and belt buckles. By avoiding electro-magnetic fields, radiation, millimeter waves or x-rays, ViewScan provides completely passive security scanning that’s safe for use with pacemakers, implants and during pregnancy.

ViewScan is an ideal solution for venues requiring efficient, high-volume screening because it doesn’t require the removal of jewelry, shoes or personal effects. In addition, the system’s visual interface, which displays the exact location of potentially harmful objects, makes secondary screening quick and easy for security personnel. According to the company’s research, the ViewScan system can scan up to 1,200 persons per hour, representing a significant improvement over traditional electromagnetic induction scanners.

The ViewScan system is currently in use in a variety of vital market segments – including correctional facilities, judicial facilities, probation offices and federal facilities – in states around the country. Using a combination of exclusive technology licensing agreements and continued development and refinement of its product lines, View Systems has established itself as a major player in the expanding security industry. In April, the company continued on this trend by filing for a patent on its newly enhanced ViewScan platform.

The company’s product line appears to place View Systems in a strong position for continued growth moving forward. With a recorded 5.7 percent of public schools implementing CWDs for enhanced security during the 2011 school year, according to the Institute of Education Sciences, it’s clear that View Systems will have ample opportunity for further expansion into a variety of vital market segments. Look for further refinement of its product line and penetration of new industry sectors to set the stage for substantial opportunity for this promising company in the years to come.

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GROWBlox Sciences, Inc.’s (GBLX) Advantageous Approach to Medical Cannabis Highlighted at CannabisFN

CannabisFN this morning highlighted GROWBlox Sciences’ role in the cannabis and pharmaceutical industries, paying particular attention to the company’s “unique business model, long-term potential in pharmaceuticals, and short-term potential in raw material sales.”

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Twenty three U.S. states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana, and according to IBISWorld estimates, broader acceptance of cannabinoid-based therapies throughout the U.S. has spurred the medical cannabis industry’s CAGR of 16.2% to reach $2 billion in revenue between 2009 and 2014.

As CannabisFN points out, GROWBlox Sciences stands out from numerous would-be competitors in the industry with its cutting-edge plant biology and cultivation technologies and scientific team comprised of professionals in multiple areas of relevant medicine:

• Chief Science Officer Dr. Andrea Small-Howard
• Big data expert Dr. Long Nguyen
• Botanical expert Dr. Ulrich Reimann-Philipp
• Immunologist expert Dr. Helen Turner
• Small molecule expert Dr. Tony Ortiz
• Clinical investigator expert Dr. Daniel Chueh
• Orthopedic expert Dr. Alfredo L. Axtmayer
• Liver disease expert Dr. John Abroon

Whereas many companies in the cannabis industry administer generic forms of THC or CBD in an attempt to elicit a desired response, says CannabisFN, GROWBlox’s approach is to correlate the profiles of active ingredients within cannabis, including cannabinoids and terpenes, with the symptom and disease-specific improvements in patient outcomes – putting the company at high valuation potential when it comes to market application and opportunity.

The report notes:

“Based on an analysis of preclinical and clinical data from thousands of peer-reviewed studies, the company has identified the most effective cannabinoid and terpene profiles for the treatment of conditions within seven therapeutic categories, including cancer treatments, cardio protection, metabolic syndrome, pain management, neurological disorders, and inflammation.

“These categories represent hundreds of billions of dollars in potential value, with markets like the neurological disorder market alone accounting for $952 billion in value. By taking a targeted approach that leverages research already done, the company’s strategy could dramatically improve the odds of success, whilst cutting down on the costs associated with hit-or-miss early stage testing.”

CannabisFN also highlights several other differentiating advantages, including an accelerated drug development and regulatory strategy.

GROWBlox’s proprietary drug discovery program enables drug development within three to five years instead of the traditional 15 to 20 years. This strategy also significantly reduces development costs – which typically sit around $1 billion for “big pharma” pharmaceutical commercialization – to less than $10 million.

Using its proprietary smartphone app as a drug discovery engine, GROWBlox correlates strain profile information with symptom relief and then leverages the existing cannabis safety profiles, fast-track approvals, and orphan drug designations, of research partners, which are incentivized with equity in proportion to the value of data contributed that becomes part of a patent, IND filing, or NDA filing with regulatory bodies.

“In essence, the company is focused on the initial discovery of promising compounds, while universities handle pre-clinical trials, CROs handle clinical trials, and pharmaceutical partners handle distribution. The discovery phase provides the greatest return on capital and diversification relative to other areas of the development process that are much more capital intensive,” the report states.

CannabisFN wraps up the report by highlighting GROWBlox’s end-to-end operations and technologies, the company’s long-term and short-term potential, and broader peer comparison.

“GROWBlox Sciences has clear long-term potential with its innovative approach that leverages big data to produce lower-risk clinical trial candidates. With 188 human cannabis trials registered with the National Institute of Health and more on the way, the company has an excellent starting point of about a thousand potential combinations within the cannabinoid-related therapy space.

“In the nearer-term, the company plans on earning revenue from the sale of certified raw materials through dispensaries. These plans were solidified in May when it announced the formation of Growblox Sciences Puerto Rico LLC, which will legally grow cannabis raw materials that will be exclusively sold to GROWBlox Sciences for distribution in the U.S. and other countries where it’s legal …

“The nutraceutical and cosmeceutical formulations could also be sold in stores without approvals, since the CBDs are sourced from low-THC hemp plants. In some ways, the company could then compete with the likes of GNC Holdings Inc., or Nutraceutical International Corp. in the provision of legal over-the-counter supplements designed to support health.”

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CytRx Corp. (CYTR) to Present at the Jefferies 2015 Global Healthcare Conference

CytRx Corp., a biopharmaceutical research and development company specializing in oncology, today announced that Steven A. Kriegsman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, and David Haen, Vice President of Business Development and Investor Relations, will present a corporate update at the Jefferies 2015 Global Healthcare Conference on Tuesday, June 2, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. Eastern Time. The conference will take place at the Grand Hyatt in New York, NY.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) and the Rising Mobile Gambling Industry

May 22, 2015

The online and mobile gaming sector is on the rise. The global market for all forms of mobile and online gaming is expected to grow by leaps and bounds in the next few years. This trend toward increased mobile gaming supports the need for a mobile platform to meet new and existing compliance regulations. Consorteum Holdings, an international transaction management and mobile publishing company, addresses the challenges facing compliance in the mobile gaming industry. This is one of the company’s primary areas of focus.

Last year, Consorteum subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (TFN), while collaborating with XpertX, Inc., completed the development work on a new mobile results app for live Keno, an online and casino game. The app is designed to deliver a high-tech mobile Keno solution to practically any mobile device, irrespective of operating system. Teaming up with XpertX was an exciting process for TFN which worked closely with XpertX, an industry leader and innovator in Keno gaming since 1987, to validate the mobile app’s capabilities.

The facility to deliver real-time gaming results to Keno players ought to be received well in every territory introduced to the application. With the app, a Keno player will, for the first time, be able to use his mobile phone to gain access to the results of Keno games played at numerous casinos across the United States. Customers are clearly calling for more mobile access, and giving them the power to view Keno results is simply the first step in being able to offer a pay-for-play version of the game within the limits allowed by each jurisdiction.

The game of Keno, by its nature, lends itself quite well to a mobile platform. This venture also offers enormous potential not only for Consorteum, TFN and XpertX, but also for gaming operators. With it, there will be greater opportunities for incremental revenue through the wide exposure of Keno to a new, younger audience that is firmly entrenched in mobile technology.

Consorteum Holdings, a Canadian company, is focused on marketing and licensing mobile software worldwide. Since its founding in 2011, the company has worked on building relationships and developing licensing agreements that will allow it to take center stage in the emerging mobile gaming market. It specializes in delivering mobile content, mobile payment solutions, and products through license agreements, on-deck partnerships, and joint venture revenue share arrangements.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Announces Agreement Between Houston-Galveston Area Council and Subsidiary

May 21, 2015

Cleartronic today announced that its subsidiary, ReadyOp Communications, Inc., entered into a three-year agreement with the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) to participate in their “HGACBuy” program.

H-GAC’s Cooperative Purchasing Program, known as “HGACBuy,” allows local governments and certain non-profits to use contracts appropriately established by another government entity. Over 6,000 government agencies and non-profits participate in “HGACBuy,” including the purchasing of the annual subscriptions for ReadyOp™. ReadyOp™ is a secure, web-based platform providing organizations with a single site for planning, response, communications and documentation of personnel, tasks, assets and activities.

“ReadyOp™ is already in use by many federal, state and local government agencies, hospitals, schools, universities, ports and airports, and has been for several years. Adding the capability for government agencies and non-profits to purchase through ‘HGACBuy’ allows our prospective customers an easier, faster way to purchase the annual licensing for ReadyOp™, plus the radio interoperability capability,” stated Marc Moore, CEO of ReadyOp Communications, Inc.

H-GAC, a political subdivision of the State of Texas, has been serving local governments for more than 30 years. “HGACBuy” is a nationwide program that increases the efficiency of the governmental procurement process by establishing competitively priced contracts for goods and services. The participating members of “HGACBuy” have been awarded contracts by virtue of a public competitive procurement process, compliant with state statutes. All “HGACBuy” products and services have been subjected to a competitive bid or proposal process, subsequently resulting in the award of a blanket contract(s).

“ReadyOp™ supports daily operations and special event planning plus incident management, emergency response, recovery and continuity of operations. ‘HGACBuy’ approval means that thousands of government agencies in our target markets can purchase their ReadyOp™ annual subscription without the normal competitive bidding process,” commented Larry Reid, CEO of Cleartonic.

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Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH) Moving Rapidly Beyond Oil & Gas Market via High-Performance, Innovative & Environmentally Sustainable Battery Technology

May 20, 2015

Constant innovation is a leading watchword at Galenfeha, an established player in chemical injection automation and measurement for the oil and gas industry, as well as in advanced lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) battery systems for both large-scale oilfield applications and the commercial NEV (neighborhood electric vehicles like golf carts) market. The recent acquisition of highly accurate chemical injection pump maker Daylight Pump, which is known for their SCADA-based iWAV system, has paved the way for incorporating the company’s advanced battery technologies directly into their portfolio of injection platforms, which includes their DLP-P (pneumatic) and DLP-S (solar powered) systems. This move will not only help cement the company’s battery technology further, but also increase overall brand presence within the oil and gas industry, and ultimately help the company expand further into the production end of the sector.

Galenfeha is right where the action is too when it comes to the oil and gas industry, with corporate offices in Fort Worth, Texas, where, despite slumping oil prices that dropped to around $47/bbl in March before beginning their ongoing recovery (WTI is currently trading in the $58 range), the state actually surpassed 2014 production figures for January of this year, bringing in more than 74.7 million barrels, an increase of over 2.4% YOY. Oil output actually surged towards the end of last year as well, seemingly defying lower oil prices which were then around $53/bbl, with production up to the highest levels for December 2014 that have been seen in the state since the 1970’s – that’s Texas for you, everything is always bigger in the Lone Star State. The Company’s manufacturing facility is also in the heart of the industry, located in Shreveport, Louisiana, where the oil and gas industry is on track to surpass 2 million jobs this year according to economists at the Baton Rouge Business Report (BRBR), with another 32.6k jobs projected to be added next year. The oil and gas sector has been responsible for over $103 billion in CAPEX across a variety of industrial projects and BRBR projections indicate that over 2.7k jobs will be added in the Shreveport market alone through 2016.

There is rapid uptake of the company’s battery technology outside the oil and gas sector, where the environmental benefits of their cobalt-free, powerful, safe and yet long-lasting batteries, realized in a 40AH unit and a “powerhouse” 120AH 12V battery, have met with enthusiastic reception in the NEV market. But the response hasn’t really been surprising given the performance characteristics of the company’s battery technology, which has long since proven itself in the oilfield industry where extremely daunting requirements, like the ability to withstand vibration, high temperatures, and extended/continuous operation, have already validated the technology’s efficacy, as well as the company’s innovative designs.

It is often said that a picture is worth a thousand words and a recent tweet from the company, showing a graph of the performance of an NEV before and after having switched to one of the company’s LiFePO4 (LFP) units says a great deal about just why people are flocking to these powerful, safe, and robust batteries. Another major reason for Galenfeha’s rapid uptake within what is an approximately $524 million domestic NEV market, according to recent research published by IBISWorld, is the company’s cutting-edge battery management system (BMS) technology and their constant work to continue innovating in this area. Beyond the rock-solid benefits of LFP electrochemistry, which is inherently safer than typical lithium ion batteries using cobalt oxide cathodes, due to the thermal stability of the iron cathodes employed in LFP, Galenfeha’s proprietary BMS intelligently manages the health and safety of the unit.

The BMS monitors temperature, current, voltages and charge levels, while actively protecting the cells from overcharge or discharge during charging, resulting in a longer lifespan for the battery and better overall performance characteristics. Moreover, these batteries are 70% lighter than standard lead-acid batteries, meaning less strain on the NEV motor and increased performance, and yet exhibit greater power density (potential energy draw rate) over the life of the unit due to significantly slower capacity loss. LFP batteries also charge quickly, with a 90% charge efficiency rating that helps to reduce energy bills and these batteries can also be left dormant for extended periods of time without the fear of sulfation, as is often the case with lead-acid batteries, discharging at an incredible sub-10% per year when left idle.

These characteristics make the company’s LFP batteries an ideal choice for various NEV markets like seasonal golf courses, as well as corporate and college campuses, construction sites, or anywhere light NEVs are increasingly being used to get around, including places you might not think about at first, like mining sites. We are talking about a battery system that can use existing OEM charging systems here as well, despite the numerous advantages and intelligent, onboard proprietary BMS. And yet these beauties also provide extremely stable voltage and current delivery to the motor, sporting as much as a 40% increase in total usable voltage.

With Galenfeha planning to move into military vehicle and troop applications in the very near future, spurred on by the ambitious targets set forth by the Department of Defense to not only have 25% of their energy come from renewables by 2025, but also move increasingly towards more of their hardware being hybrid and electric, the company could see a huge revenue vector open up in the near future for their robust, intelligent battery tech. The USS Makin Island for instance, a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, is the first Navy ship ever deployed using hybrid-electric propulsion and is expected to save some $250 million on fuel over the vessel’s lifecycle thanks to this key design adaptation. Galenfeha’s move to secure MIL-SPEC certification for their battery technology could be the start of something even bigger for the company than their fast-growing NEV expansion, definitely something for investors to keep an eye on moving forward.

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Ubiquitech Software Corp. (UBQU) is “One to Watch”

Ubiquitech Software operates a unique business approach that enables the company to compete in a diverse line-up of growing markets. Utilizing this triple-pronged strategy, Ubiquitech says it can effectively start “a new and profitable Internet division within 30 to 90 days.”

At the head of this “trifecta” structure is parent company Blue Crush Marketing Group (BCMG), which uses its Blue Crush Monetization System™ to drive sales to the company’s multiple divisions via Internet campaigns, global email campaigns, targeted banners, and traditional advertising such as direct response television and radio.

Among varying divisions benefiting from BCMG’s advertising platforms is the company’s recently acquired HelpLife Today™ division, which focuses on hemp and hemp-related products believed to increase health, vitality and overall well-being. First-quarter 2015 revenues for exceeded $625,000 before discounts, a “dramatic climb” over sales in the fourth quarter and first quarters of 2014. Ubiquitech attributes sales growth of its CannazALL™ (cannabidiol) CBD products to efforts of The Blue Crush Monetization System.

HempLifeToday currently offers two lines of CannazALL™ CBD Oil. The first line is made from domestically grown hemp from Colorado, a premium hemp strain approved by the Colorado State Agriculture Department. The second line is its European CBD, grown with non-GMO plants at specific latitudes in specially chosen locations of Northern Europe. The company says it is developing this product to serve a large segment of the consumer health industry as CBD oil becomes a popular supplement for health, general well- being and the strengthening of the immune system.

HempLifeToday recently announced that within 30 to 60 days its new CBD infused bottled water product, called AquazALL™, will be available on the HempLifeToday website with up to five flavors of Alaskan Glacier water infused with CBD oil. Upon launch, AquazALL will provide the company with access to the U.S. bottled water market, which is expected to increase 6% to $13 billion this year.

Ubiquitech also has several other concepts/division in development, including FusionFundraiser, a mobile app that supports traditional fundraising campaigns;™ to take advantage of cost per action (CPA) advertising;, a lead generation portal for global companies in the asset management field; and several others.

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The Loans4Less website is designed and built to originate mortgage loans at LFLS offers competitively priced real estate brokerage services, terms and costs and daily rate updates. With a focus on being respectable and honest in its dealing with its customer base, LFLS holds customer service in the highest regard. It also is partnered with numerous wholesale lenders for assistance in its retail home loan programs.

The company has a strong retail mortgage platform and brand which it uses as a springboard for advertising mortgages and other consumer loans. The company aims to expedite revenue growth and subsequent shareholder value through cost-effective advertising with a strategic bank broker national origination partner.

Toward the end of Q1 2015, Loans4Less entered into an acquisition agreement with 321LEND, Inc., a wholly-integrated consumer lending and peer-to-peer technology platform. The platform enables LFLS to originate loans to consumers pursuing unsecured terms based on credit scores and other underwriting criteria. Following the closing of the agreement, 321LEND will become a Loans4Less subsidiary which in turn will enable the company to originate mortgages and consumer loans, build volumes and gain market share in the area of new consumer brands.

Loans4Less has been advised by WestPark Capital, an investment banking and securities brokerage firm, to seek out a strategic community bank partner to launch its national mortgage broker origination effort for the purposes of boosting brand awareness and to assist in planning and capital formation.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Continues to Expand Presence in the Growing Toy Industry

Interest in the toy market is back on the rise. Highlighting this fact, the Toy Industry Association recently reported that 2014 saw a four percent increase in overall industry revenue. One World Holdings, Inc. (OTC: OWOO), through wholly-owned subsidiary The One World Doll Project, is prepared to capitalize on the thriving market. The company has realized tremendous growth in market share over recent months, and it’s shown no signs of slowing down.

“We are pleased to report strong revenue growth in 2014,” stated Joanne Melton, Chief Executive Officer of One World. “[W]e look forward to a significant increase in sales revenue for 2015.”

In 2014, the company’s annual revenue increased by over 500 percent from the previous year on the heels of a collection of distribution agreements with some of the world’s largest toy retailers. In particular, deals with Toys”R”Us, Walmart and Amazon have put the Prettie Girls! brand on a promising global stage that should promote sustained growth in the future.

Maximizing the effects of One World’s expanded distribution network, the company’s founders recently completed a promotional tour in New York City which included features in numerous nationwide media channels, including USA Today, The Huffington Post, CNN and Fox. This tour, along with the company’s presentation at the International Toy Fair earlier this year, provides One World with a formidable springboard moving into the critical holiday shopping season.

“Our appearance at Toy Fair coupled with national distribution of our dolls represent major milestones for One World,” continued Melton. “[W]e expect to see even more sales as the 2015 Christmas season draws closer.”

The Prettie Girls! dolls are designed by industry veteran Stacey McBride-Irby. Throughout her 15 years with industry giant Mattel, McBride-Irby designed a host of iconic dolls, including Mattel’s first African-American doll line. The industry experience that she brings to the company sets One World apart from the competition, and forecasts for the coming months are increasingly bright.

According to the Toy Industry Association, the domestic toy market grew to approximately $22 billion last year, and the doll category accounted for just under 13 percent of total market share. With One World’s recent push through both retail and media channels, the company could be on the brink of significant growth within the industry. Look for potential expansions to current distribution agreements to provide the company with significant opportunities for increases in market share over the months to come.

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Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Providing Top Notch Support to Shareholders Worldwide

For over 50 years, Continental Stock Transfer & Trust has been supporting emerging, growth and mid-sized companies with industry-leading responsiveness and personalized business solutions. That dedication to excellence persists to this day by remaining focused on its service-driven roots. By giving clients access to its top-level management staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week, Continental has established its presence atop industry surveys as the leader in accessibility and responsiveness.

On June 2, 2014, Continental took another step towards exceeding the expectations of its customers. By acquiring FRS Equity Strategies, Inc., a unified solution for emerging issuers was born. Now, issuers can rely on a single company for both plan administration and stock transfer services. This option is particularly attractive because of Continental’s reputation within the industry. As the top rated stock transfer agent for four straight years and the lowest priced major agent for 11 years running, the company’s credentials are difficult to top.

Continental’s excellence has helped the company win a variety of awards, but none are more important in the stock transfer industry than the Transfer Agent Leader Overall North America (TALON) Award. With high marks for service and the best value among major agents, the company’s constant presence on industry shortlists is just another example of its dedication to the satisfaction of clients.

As a privately held corporation, Continental has shown no indication of changing its winning formula moving forward. This consistency has served as reassurance to new clients that they have a partner for the long haul in Continental. Look for the company to continue to thrive moving forward under the direction of President and Chairman Steven Nelson. With a team of industry experts by his side, continued success is almost certainly in the cards for this well-respected transfer agent.

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Mobile Lads Corp. (MOBO) Elevating Consumer-Centric Platforms Aligned with Broader Business Plan

From its offices in Miami and Toronto, Mobile Lads provides the consumer finance and payment processing markets with secure wide-area wireless transaction software solutions. The company is orchestrated under a diverse business model that includes operating, a North American shopping community featuring low-cost deals on some of today’s leading brands. offers consumers deals on top brands of fashion, beauty, lifestyle, home, electronic, kids and gifts products, and more. The site hunts for the best deals online and brings them under one roof at up to 80% off. With access to more than 400 blue chip retailers, has more than 30 million products available at all times.

In regard to, Mobile Lads’ revenue-generation strategy is to drive traffic in various ways to the website with the aim of converting traffic into sales; Mobile Lads receives 4–15% on sales of merchandise made through the website.

In addition to a roster of big name retail partners like Walmart, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Macy’s, Starbucks, Ticketmaster, Newegg, Gap, Swarovski, Canon, Banana Republic and more, has media partnerships with the Tribune, Globe & Mail, Metro Newspapers Canada, Now Magazine, MTS Allstream, and many others.

Complementary to this operation is Mobile Lads’ Coubox solution, which is currently in beta testing. Coubox is a consumer-centric coupon listing and amalgamation mobile and desktop application that enables consumers to quickly and efficiently search for items, brands and stores and then clip items directly to their mobile accounts for later use. Users can also share coupons via social media and CouBox’s single sign-on share methodology.

In addition, CouBox operates with an exclusive algorithm that can help consumers search for flyers and match them with coupons for enhanced savings. The pattern-recognition algorithm will also be able to anticipate which items will come on sale and when to make intelligent recommendations to CouBox users on which items to buy.

Mobile Lads’ broader goal is to elevate in conjunction with the completion and launch of its Coubox platform to provide value-conscious consumers with quality products they enjoy at an affordable price. This objective is aligned with the company’s corporate mission to profitably develop and market cutting edge wide-area wireless technologies, revolutionizing the way users interact with their mobile devices and redefining the mobile customer service experience by increasing value and utility to all stakeholders.

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Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH) Establishing Presence in Oil and Gas Industry through Launch of iWav System

May 19, 2015

With global oil prices continuing to hover near six year lows, the domestic oil and gas industry is scrambling to locate potential savings, particularly throughout the production process. Galenfeha, Inc., through its recently launched iWav chemical injection control system, is providing the industry with a more cost efficient, environmentally responsible solution to well site management.

“Shale producers have asked us to help them cut costs, and this latest addition to our product line helps meet these goals,” stated James Ketner, Chairman of Galenfeha.

The iWav is a state-of-the art supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system created specifically for use with chemical injection pumps. Using a system that the company has compared to the computer-controlled fuel injection systems of the automotive industry, iWav provides users with complete control of the chemical injection process through a collection of fully configurable applications. Available for use with a variety of communication mediums, the company’s proprietary system gives operators the ability to increase or decrease chemical injection rate, turn on or off pumps, and monitor tank levels in real time through SCADA. In this way, the company’s revolutionary platform opens the door for potentially massive savings and dramatically increased efficiency throughout fracking processes.

Fracking and horizontal drilling have been established as hot button issues in major markets around the globe. Despite the controversy, the economic benefits of lower energy costs and the environmental benefits of a lessened dependence on coal make fracking a favorable option for energy producers moving forward. In North America, the chemical injection market is rapidly approaching $1 billion annually, and technological advances such as the iWav should encourage continued growth in the future.

Through its commitment to providing new solutions to aid energy producers in increasing efficiency and reducing global pollution, Galenfeha is in a strong position to grow with the industry. With over 45,000 fracking wells drilled in the United States in 2012, according to Statista, it’s clear that the company’s growth potential within the domestic market is significant. Look for Galenfeha to make major waves in the industry moving forward through the continued expansion of its iWav control platform.

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Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (SIBE) – Powering Online Learning


Sibling Group Holdings focuses on providing services and technology in the field of education. Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Blended Schools Network (BSN), the company:

• provides high-quality virtual curriculum for the K-12 levels;
• hosts course authoring tools;
• offers professional development for educators; and
• maintains a learning management system (LMS).

Over the years, BSN has seen a growing demand for certain online courses that school districts previously struggled to offer because of low enrollment. This past year, BSN had more than 300,000 enrollments and, consequently, it expanded its product offerings to accommodate not only a traditional regional focus but also national and international interest as well. BSN’s content library has now grown from 192 to 212 courses and from 15,000 lessons and 12,000 videos.

Since its establishment, Sibling has often teamed up with various organizations to market and sell BSN’s content to a wider audience. In recent months, Sibling’s Blended Schools Network joined forces with LoudCloud to bring virtual, blended and competency-based learning solutions to more K-12 students. The groups have also worked together to install BSN’s content on LoudCloud’s learning management system.

LoudCloud is a behavioral, analytics-based teaching and learning environment designed to deliver customized paths in education and to offer innovations in collaborative, digital readers and task centricity. The core framework, rooted in re-imagined LMS technology, simplifies course and content authoring and uses proprietary algorithms to inform and guide course progress through recommendations.

BSN is working closely with LoudCloud to ensure that its customers can access its content on LoudCloud’s LMS platform and that students can benefit from this new technology. BSN’s school district clients are seeking the best combined educational solutions and often want easy access to high-quality content. The BSN-LoudCloud integration provides them with another great content source to enhance their performance in the present and in the future. The two groups have already begun reaching out to school districts across the country and are looking at ways to focus on the LoudCloud competency-based learning platform.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Prepares to Provide a Better Solution to Undervalued Natural Gas

Gas flaring is one of the most challenging energy and environmental problems facing the world today. Each year, approximately 150 billion cubic meters of natural gas are flared around the world, effectively wasting about five percent of global gas production. The problem goes beyond wasted energy, however, as the flaring processes also contribute about 400 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent global greenhouse gas emissions. Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), through its licensing arrangement with ME Resource Corp., is closing in on a way to turn this waste into one of the world’s greatest energy and environmental success stories in the coming years.

Through the continued development of its prototype Micro Refinery Unit (MRU), Well Power is creating a better solution for processing unwanted natural gas. Using proprietary technologies, the MRU is designed to provide the oil and gas industry with a financially viable solution to undervalued natural gas deposits. The unit is flexible, scalable, modular and fully mobile, meaning that it has the potential to reach oil fields in areas where the transport of natural gas to market simply isn’t feasible. Instead, the MRU can transform these natural gas deposits into a variety of valued end products – including Engineered Fuels, electric power and heat – on-site, through cost-effective and environmentally friendly processes.

Currently, Well Power has exclusive licensing rights for the MRU in the state of Texas, with first right of refusal for the remaining states. That gives the company significant opportunity to grow when its prototype unit is completed and ready for market. With a current pipeline shortage in rural South Texas, the Eagle Ford Shale is one of the country’s biggest hotspots for gas flaring, according to a report by the San Antonio Express-News. Pipelines, the principle method of transporting natural gas to market, are a costly and time-intensive endeavor, which increases the potential demand for Well Power’s unique system.

“When they have to move into a booming area, [installing pipelines] takes a while,” stated James Mann, a Texas attorney that specializes in pipeline cases. “You have to find welders. You have to see if a construction company is available. The schedule is filled with things that the pipeline company may have no control over.”

In one example, flaring was used while waiting for a nearby processing plant and pipeline to be constructed. Before the infrastructure was completed in January 2014, a total of 245 million cubic feet of natural gas had been flared on the property, and this case is far from an isolated incident. Through the development of a mobile solution to the gas flaring crisis, Well Power is creating a better method of enduring delays in pipeline construction. As the company continues towards marketization of its proprietary system, look for Well Power to make a significant impact on the booming oil market of the Lone Star State in the years to come.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Unified Communications Key for Day to Day Operations

Established provider of unified communications (UC) hardware, software and services, Cleartronic has been helping its government agency and business enterprise clients realize cost-effective, state-of-the-art solutions for years. These solutions are based on purpose-built, open-standard software architectures and feature a high degree of design and operating flexibility, as well as universal interoperability and scalability. Via the company’s two core subsidiaries, the 200 plus client, interoperable communications-focused VoiceInterop, and ReadyOp Communications, which is focused on exploiting the company’s recently enhanced strategic relationship with ReadyOp platform developer Collabria, Cleartronic has carved out a chunk of the global UC space.

According to analysis by leading market research firms like Transparency Market Research and Infonetics, the global UC market is projected to hit upwards (respectively) of around $62 billion to $88 billion within the next four years, growing at an over 15.7% CAGR from 2012 through 2018 on the strength of increasingly BYOD (bring your own device) workplaces and the ubiquity of video-capable mobile devices. The ability of advanced UC platforms – enabled by hardware like VoiceInterop’s easily affordable AudioMate 360 Series (AM360) of IP (internet protocol) radio gateways, which allow limitless audio endpoints from sources like analog walkie-talkies and two way radios, known as LMR (land mobile radio) repeaters – to be seamlessly meshed into a single digital unified talkgroup session, alongside control stations or remote control consoles, makes such UC platforms ideal for operating in geographically diverse or vast areas.

By converting analog audio to digital packets and sending them over the internet, using any connection format available from a standard cable ISP, to 2G through 4G wireless, or even satellite, all existing communication devices, be they radio handsets, telephones or desktop users with a headset mic, can be brought together in a real-time environment. VoiceInterop’s AM360 Series even supports Nextel and private iDEN systems for backhaul of data from sources like GPS sensors and external SCADA monitors. AM360 devices also provide active communication features like inbound or outbound group calls, as well as monitoring of inputs like broadcast and weather receivers, and the easily updateable AudioMate Communicator™ software console connects multiple AM360 gateways together with zero hassle. This solution means that any user within the network with clearance can pick up a phone or radio and immediately broadcast over PA systems at a given site or across a large campus, as well as speak to other users within a given protected talkgroup, or a trunked radio system.

Such architectures are an ideal way for airports, police departments, fire and rescue, or university campuses to coordinate in real-time and they also represent an extremely cost-effective way to modernize even legacy systems into a virtual UC environment, with very little setup time. Because VoiceInterop has so much experience developing customized applications, as well as handling the systems integration end of things and acting as an OEM manufacturer of systems like their IP gateways, this CLRI subsidiary can help clients tailor customized UC solutions to fit both their exact needs and their budgets, something which is especially important for state and local government agencies. This ability to bridge the gap between radio talkgroups effortlessly, irrespective of device manufacturer, frequency, or location, is a godsend for critical infrastructure entities and government agencies who must often contend with emergency scenarios, the resolution of which is more ably facilitated by having such a real-time unified communications solution at the ready, allowing for top-down command and control coordination of all field personnel and resources.

ReadyOp Communications has really emerged as a major part of CLRI’s business in more recent months, with the subsidiary’s formation marking the expansion of the license agreement between Cleartronic and Collabria in February of this year, as well as the decided shift from Collabria handling the lion’s share of the platform’s sales and marketing in-house, to Cleartronic’s subsidiary taking the lead role in marketing ReadyOp. A major reason for the success of this highly secure communications platform, as well as the need for the expanded strategic relationship, is how attractive the solution is and how much interest it has been generating. The ReadyOp platform is now doing over 100k transmissions daily, recently smashed through the 40 million total radio communications barrier, and continues to see growing usage of features like alerts, email, text messaging and other types of voice communications sent using the platform. This platform even includes an easy to use file management system that lets users send and receive any type or size of file, using encrypted cloud storage through Amazon-hosted servers.

Incident and emergency response planning is a huge market for ReadyOp and winning features like the platform’s visual management dashboard, which lets managers easily coordinate vast sums of personnel and logistics, allowing them to locate people, assign relevant tasks and keep everyone in constant communication, has kept the clientele rolling in. The lack of software install required and the ability to use basically any web browser, including a smartphone version, combined with the ability to send voice or data, quickly delivering notification pushes in every format from SMS to phone calls, means that the same platform used to tie together such disparate devices as two-way field radios, telephones and laptop users, can also be accessed securely from anywhere in the world where an internet connection can be established.

ReadyOp is a comprehensive SaaS solution for planning and preparation tasks which allows users to create and store highly structured operational or event plans, as well as personnel rosters, including details like multiple points of contact information for each user, displayed in a manner in which those points of contact are connected to individual’s roles and planned tasks. The platform allows provides an easily updateable logistics database that is used to track assets, including the asset’s specific location and any associated contact personnel. And the whole setup can be organized via a customized visual display configured by the user, enabling multiple groups to be organized and then tied together at the last minute without complications into a nodal framework.

All of these capabilities also make ReadyOp the ideal platform for reaction, mitigation and recovery during incident and emergency response scenarios. The ability to start multiple conferencing sessions on the fly, bringing in personnel from all over the place, irrespective of their communications device or which agency they are from, and then organize them quickly into sub groups for better management, is the kind of capability that may mean the difference between saving or losing lives during a disaster. Being able to quickly and easily share key intel like photographs and videos, or simply spoken situation report updates, via a secure interface, is often the kind of crucial capability needed to create order from the chaos of a disaster incident. ReadyOp even allows for out-briefing and after action report tasks to be performed in a consistent manner, providing complete time stamping of task completion and communication sessions.

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Unique Stem Cell Tech’s Immense Therapeutic Potential Continues To Be Demonstrated

May 18, 2015

International Stem Cell Corp., a developer of ethical stem cell therapies (as well as biomedical products) based on their pioneering of an entirely new class of stem cells, hpSCs, or human parthenogenetic stem cells, which offer significant advantages over existing stem cell technologies, continues to see the broad spectrum potential of their technology across the company’s entire therapeutic pipeline.

Parthenogenesis is a form of aesexual reproductive cell division where no fertilization occurs, meaning that no viable embryo is created or destroyed. Derived from unfertilized human eggs (oocytes) and differentiated using a proprietary, patented and chemically-defined process, ISCO’s hpSCs are completely ethical and yet also have superior immune matching (low cell transplant rejection rate) and histocompatability (tissue compatibility) properties compared to existing stem cell technologies. In addition, hpSCs are highly pluripotent, or differentiable into many different cell types, meaning they can be used to treat a broad range of diseases. These novel stem cells are also easily proliferated, meaning large quantities can be grown in the lab and the technology thusly represent an effective, practical solution for developing and executing cost-effective transplantation-based therapies, even for large populations of patients.

Indeed, the fact that ISCO’s hpSC technology allows for derivation of HLA (human leukocyte antigen, the major histocompatibility complex which restricts antigen presentation) homozygous hpSCs, even a relatively limited set of hpSC lines could be used to generate huge quantities of immune-matched cells that would correspond to vast swathes of the human population. This innovative technology captures all the best aspects of other extant stem cell technologies, like adult stem cells, embryonic stem cells (hESC) and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS), but does not suffer from any of the ethical or logistical limitations. This means that ISCO is essentially the tip of the spear in a therapeutically realistic war against dreaded diseases like Parkinson’s, with real solutions in the offing for ischemic (acute) stroke, as well as metabolic liver diseases (using stem cell-derived liver cells – CytoHep), and the crippling impairment of corneal and retinal blindness (using human retinal epithelium and corneal cells – RPE cells and CytoCor respectively).

With FDA clearance for the company’s hpSC technology already under their belt, as well as a soon to begin Phase 1/2a clinical study in Parkinson’s using their human parthenogenetic neural stem cell technology (ISC-hpNSC), including the already completed production of a 2.6 billion cell stem cell bank that will cover all clinical trial requirements, ISCO is within striking distance of having a viable therapeutic solution to Parkinson’s disease. ISCO’s progress in developing a therapeutically realistic solution to this increasingly prevalent CNS disease no doubt appears as a beacon of hope on the horizon to the millions of people around the world whose lives have been shattered by this disease, which currently impacts the lives of as many as seven million people and takes a heavy toll on their families (not to mention national healthcare systems), due to a progressive loss of nerve cells in the victim’s brain that leads to severe motor and mental impairment.

According to one National Parkinson Foundation study, as many as 9.3 million people worldwide will be living with Parkinson’s disease (PD) by 2030 and estimates for the U.S. alone show that as many as 60,000 new cases crop up each year. Market analysis from last year put the (note that these are typically only marginally effective) 2012 PD therapy market at around $3.56 billion globally ($1.15 billion U.S.) with only 2.18 million cases reported. Conservative estimates forecast that the diagnostics/therapy market will grow to $5.26 billion worldwide ($2.33 billion U.S.) within the next seven years alone, using extrapolated market size estimates on a target of only 2.89 million cases.

The profound utility of ISCO’s ISC-hpNSC technology doesn’t stop at PD either, the same ability of these cells to simultaneously differentiate into dopaminergic neurons, while also expressing brain-protecting neurotrophic factors (neurotrophins are key proteins which help neurons survive and thrive), makes them ideal for treating other CNS disorders and diseases. New results which show ISC-hpNSCs may not only reduce but even reverse the symptoms of neurological dysfunction could prove huge for people who have suffered from a stroke, especially considering that the 795,000 plus strokes which occur each year leave those who manage to survive with zero currently approved treatment options, aside from grueling and generally only partially effective physical rehab.

Peer-reviewed publications showing the superior immunological properties of hpNSCs compared to other neural stem cells is also an extremely promising advantage for ISCO and the company has plans to investigate this abundant potential in further detail via upcoming studies. A presentation of extant data on the potential of hpNSCs, including how they are actually attracted to the site of an injury by naturally-occurring molecular chemistry signals, reducing swelling and forming new brain tissue, is set to take place at an upcoming scientific conference and will be announced in the very near future. For ischemic stroke (which accounts for nearly 90% of all stroke cases), the $1.2 billion diagnosis and therapy market as of 2013 set to hit $1.9 billion in five years (6.3% CAGR), where the immediacy of therapeutic response time is directly proportional to recovery outcomes (success), the value of hpNSC therapy, which has been shown in pre-clinical work to reverse associated functional deficits even several weeks after the stroke, is substantial.

A highly effective therapy for acute stroke that can be applied even weeks after the actual stroke would be a major game changer and could help propel ISCO to the top of the stem cell industry.

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) at the Forefront of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells for Booming Stationary Multi-Megawatt Generation Market

Fuel cell technologies have come a long ways over the last decade and are now rapidly increasing their market share across a variety of power applications, from onboard vehicle power plants using PEM (proton exchange membrane) designs, to large-scale, multi-megawatt utility power for grid-connected or independent use, using designs like DFCs (direct fuel cells) and high-temperature SOFCs (solid oxide fuel cells). The larger scale applications still have the most room to grow out of the overall fuel cell market and cutting-edge designs using versatile DFC and SOFC approaches are becoming increasingly attractive for building highly localized power plants that can take advantage of nearby fuel sources, as well as nearby power demand.

A recent report by global market research and consulting company MarketsandMarkets on the fuel cell technology industry’s outlook, estimates that the space will grow at an extremely healthy CAGR of 14.7% over the next four years alone, nearly doubling from roughly $2.61 billion last year, to over $5.20 billion by 2019. MarketsandMarkets also noted in their report that the stationary power generation segment was going to be a major source of growth for the overall market, due in large part to tight form factors making these solutions ideal for localized electrical generation, even in rough terrain, as well as a distinctly advantageous ability to run off various fuel types.

The market for stationary fuel cell power generation located in immediate proximity to corporate offices, as well as plants and manufacturing facilities, is expected to help drive the growing trend towards grid decentralization. Both as a means of increasing efficiency through reduction of transmission and distribution losses, and as a way of curbing grid failure downtime via the adoption of highly localized supply and consumption metrics. On-site power using smaller scale generation will likely become a dominant trend over the next decade as more and more entities, particularly in the thriving Asia-Pacific region, move to produce reliable, clean energy themselves, instead of relying on an overtaxed grid.

Of course, grid-connected fuel cell power plants will continue to also be a key feature of the market moving forward and the Asia-Pacific region is seen as being the largest value generator for such applications. Japan and South Korea are some of the biggest contenders here and the recent completion of the largest fuel cell power plant on earth, the 59 MW Gyeonggi Green Energy Park in Hwasung City, South Korea is a shining example of how far large-scale fuel cell power has come. The LNG-fuelled plant uses 21 FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ:FCEL, $1.36/share) Direct Fuel Cell (DFC3000) units (2.8 MW each) and because the overall footprint is so small, it is seen as the perfect model to roll out fuel cell generation solutions across the largely hilly terrain that makes up so much of energy-intensive South Korea.

FCEL’s DFC plants use carbonate (potassium and lithium electrolyte) fuel cells and can generate clean power from even diesel fuel and coal gas, being capable of internally reforming hydrogen from the source fuel. FuelCell Energy is hard at work advancing SOFC technology as well, which has significant advantages like very high electrical efficiency and the ability to provide substantial, easily utilized waste heat for CHP (combined heat and power) applications.

One of the companies already deeply entrenched in the SOFC game is Dominovas Energy (OTCQB:DNRG, $0.05/share), whose Fuel Cell Division has developed the RUBICON™ Series of multi-megawatt SOFCs, which boast greater than 50% fuel-to-electricity efficiency and are extremely fuel-flexible, being able to generate electricity from almost any of the hydrocarbon fuels. From diesel, natural gas, LNG, propane, ethanol and methanol, to bio-derived fuels and pure hydrogen, RUBICON offers fuel-flexible, cost-effective and clean electricity generation with significantly reduced emissions. Moreover, the RUBICON series integrates a desulfurizer, reformer and a number of heat exchangers directly into its fuel processor, reforming hydrocarbon fuels with steam prior to reaching the plant’s SOFC anode. RUBICON thus avoids coking and sulfur poisoning issues, a capability which is further enhanced by active tuning of key parameters like the steam to carbon ratio, current density, and temperature.

The company has also partnered with well-established global vehicle component manufacturer and electric, powertrain, thermal and safety solutions provider, Delphi Automotive PLC’s (NYSE:DLPH, $ 77.88/share) subsidiary, Delphi Automotive Systems, to jointly develop new innovations in SOFC. Adapting and incorporating Delphi’s own SOFC stack technology, while providing Delphi with the opportunity to further flesh out their fuel cell technology for stationary power applications, is a huge advantage for Dominovas Energy, which also grants them access to the sprawling international markets already opened up by Delphi’s existing footprint.

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Car Monkeys, Inc. (CKMY) Emerging as Reputable Player in $22B Automotive Recycling Industry

Any car owner knows the costs of car maintenance and repair can quickly add up to several hundred dollars of parts and labor. According to CarMD’s 2014 State Index, the average cost for check engine light-related repairs in the U.S. in 2013 was $392.49, up nearly 7% from 2012. As the cost of auto parts continues to rise, however, so does sales potential for Car Monkeys Group, a seller of used, high-quality, low-mileage automotive parts.

In its five years of operations, the New Jersey-based company has used its proprietary technology and access to hundreds of thousands of parts to become a premiere online used parts distributor in the United States. Car Monkeys’ growing customer base is comprised of consumers, retailers, auto repair facilities, and truck and car fleet owners looking for more affordable automotive parts for all vehicle makes and models.

As an online retailer, Car Monkeys avoids the steep costs and space requirements needed for substantial inventory. Instead, the company utilizes its proprietary software specifically designed to search, cross reference and price used auto parts.

The proprietary search algorithms perform a complex analysis to search through the results and identify auto parts that are competitively priced as well as of verifiable quality. The system then displays to the consumer a vast and detailed online catalog of used high-quality, low-mileage automotive parts offered at wholesale from a trusted network of automotive recyclers nationwide.

All parts ordered through ship from one of the company’s numerous distributors and auto dismantling centers straight to the customer or to their mechanic. In the past, mechanics were rightfully reluctant to install used or even new parts supplied by the customer from external discount sources due to the fact that if the part fails, or the customer is dissatisfied for any reason whatsoever, the mechanic has to resolve the issue at his or her own expense, or risk losing the customer by refusing to do so. By dealing with Car Monkeys and its five-year unlimited mileage warranty, however, selected shops are able to expand their customer base with no risk to themselves.

In addition to its large network, zero shipping costs, warranty and generous return policy, Car Monkeys’ high-quality catalog of used automotive parts further contribute to the increasing popularity of its brand in the broader $22 billion North American automotive recycling industry.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) is “One to Watch”

View Systems is a leading security technology products company with “state-of-the-art” technological solutions for modern security problems. Targeting the challenging business opportunities in the opening decades of the 21st century and beyond, View Systems has solutions for law enforcement facilities such as correctional institutions as well as other government agencies, schools, courthouses, event and sports venues, the military and commercial businesses.

The senior management team is comprised of successful businessmen with decades of business and professional experience in the security industry. The approach used by View Systems utilizes the expertise of this team to provide innovative solutions to security problems with reliable “cutting edge” products in conjunction with client-oriented security consulting services.

The company’s flagship product, ViewScan, is an advanced walk-through Concealed Weapons Detection System (CWD) that greatly simplifies the process of discriminating suspicious items from harmless ones. The highly sensitive, completely passive sensor technology powering the system accurately detects the location and number of threat objects such as knives, guns and razor blades while ignoring personal artifacts like coins, keys and belt buckles. A portable version of this system has only a fifteen minute setup time using only a screwdriver and it easily fits inside a golf size case.

Experts say the security industry has been the fastest-growing sector of the global economy during the past decade. Today, it is conservatively estimated to be a $100 billion-a-year industry and growing. As the business environment continues to get more complex, especially in foreign markets, View Systems is strategically positioned to capitalize on unsurpassed opportunity.

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Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. (PNOW) Announces Increased Financial Commitment to the Development of Groundbreaking Travel Solution

Through the engagement of Softon ITG, Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. has ramped up its efforts to launch a formidable online travel agent (OTA) in the underserved Central American-Caribbean market. With several planned social and visual media components, Oveedia, Pure’s online hospitality booking engine, is currently being developed as one of the most unique OTAs on the market. Estimates for completion of the initial phase of coding integration clocked in at just 527 hours, allowing the company to consider the possibility of moving the scheduled 2015 launch forward.

The massive potential of the Oveedia platform benefits from its “first-mover advantage” within the niche market. With an estimated $30+ billion of online travel revenue, anticipation for sizable growth in the rapidly expanding Central American market is high.

“As Pure Hospitality Solutions ramps up coding integration, we are working diligently to further reduce debt and overhang, aggressively developing Oveedia’s marketing plans, exploring financing options for the company and signing on local hotels in the Central American-Caribbean region,” stated Melvin Pereira, President and CEO of Pure. “[The company] is on a ‘fast-track’ to revenue stemming from online operations.”

The target Central American region encompasses over 16,000 destinations that are currently grossly underserved by OTA providers, making it a prime location for rapid growth. According to a study by global travel market research company Phocuswright, Latin America accounted for just three percent of global OTA market share in 2010, despite accounting for approximately seven percent of overall travel. This figure continues to rise, however. From 2010 to 2012, the region led all global markets in total growth.

Industry experts insist that the current lag in OTA penetration is a result of an underserved market. In 2012, less than 30 percent of all online booking in the Latin American region was completed using major players in the OTA industry, such as Priceline, Expedia and Travelocity. Instead, travelers opted for lesser-known OTAs that delivered customized support including native language prompts, diversified payment options and helpful local content.

“What this means, simply, is that… we now have the ability to establish a broader market presence ahead of advancing our niche focus – the underserved travel destinations of Central America and those Latin countries of the Caribbean,” continued Periera.

With similarly structured regional OTAs, such as Agoda, being acquired by major travel companies in recent years, the potential financial advantages of the Oveedia platform can’t be overstated. As Pure continues to move towards carving out a sizable share of the world’s most rapidly expanding online tourism market, the company could be in a strong position for regional acquisition in the years to come. In any case, increased financial commitment to the programming and software development of Pure’s booking engine makes it an intriguing time for investors of this growing company.

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Stellar Biotechnologies, Inc. (SBOTF) Highlights the Effectiveness of Immune-Stimulating Protein at Immunology 2015 Conference

May 15, 2015

Stellar Biotechnologies recently posted its presentation from the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Immunologists to its corporate website. The poster presentation, entitled Measuring the Properties of Different Forms of Keyhole Limpet Hemocyanin (KLH) Reveals Important Differences, was authored by scientists Shuguang Bi, Ph.D., Laura Milbrandt and Catherine Brisson, Ph.D. The presentation highlights significant results from the company’s research studies on the immunogenicity of different forms and preparations of KLH.

KLH has been shown as an effective solution to stimulate anti-tumor immune responses that can destroy tumor cells and, as a result, is an active pharmaceutical ingredient in many new immunotherapies. This, along with the rapidly expanding interest in therapeutic vaccines for cancer, has created a significant biopharmaceutical market for KLH formulations. As an industry leader in the sustainable manufacture of KLH, Stellar outlined the significantly different properties found among different preparations of the protein. Through its studies, the company concluded that both subunit KLH (suKLH) and high molecular weight KLH (HMW KLH) have potential to be used as effective antigen carriers.

“We know that different forms of KLH can elicit different immune responses, so we are developing test methods to identify the suitable form of KLH for any given application,” stated Dr. Catherine Brisson, chief operating officer at Stellar. “Our goal is to improve the predictive outcome when using KLH as an immunotherapy vaccine carrier or diagnostic immunogen, whether in clinical or research applications.”

Currently, the valued protein is harvested exclusively from the giant keyhole limpet, a scarce marine mollusk naturally found in the rocky shallows along a limited stretch of the Pacific coastline extending from Monterey Bay, California, to Isla Asuncion, near Baja California. Using proprietary methods, facilities and technologies, Stellar is committed to meeting the growing commercial-scale demand for the protein, providing the company with unrivalled access to one of the industry’s most promising new prospects.

According to the National Cancer Institute, there are currently only two cancer vaccines approved for use in the United States, both designed to protect against infection by the two types of human papillomavirus (HPV) that are most commonly linked to cervical cancer. Since the introduction of these vaccines in 2006, the CDC reports that HPV prevalence has decreased by 56% among female teenagers. These promising results have increased the focus on potentially life-saving vaccines within the industry.

With a proprietary system for the development of KLH and increasingly definitive studies on the protein’s specific effects, Stellar is in a strong position to capitalize on its existing advantage moving forward. Look for the company to have a substantial impact on the pharmaceutical industry in the years to come.

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