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Liquidmetal Technologies, Inc. (LQMT) Facilitates $55 Million Investment Stemming from EONTEC Partnership

May 27, 2016

In March, Liquidmetal Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: LQMT) closed on a financing transaction outlining an investment of up to $63.4 million from Professor Lugee Li, chairman and majority stockholder of DongGuan EONTEC Co., Ltd. Initial closing related to this transaction occurred on March 10, 2016, in the amount of $8.4 million, with Li committing to an additional $55 million investment pending shareholder approval of an increase in authorized shares. Late last week, Liquidmetal announced that, at its annual shareholder meeting, the company’s shareholders approved an increase in its authorized shares from 700 million to 1.1 billion, allowing Liquidmetal to issue common stock to facilitate the remaining $55 million investment and dramatically strengthen its cash position.

“With the increase in authorized shares, we are now poised to close on the remaining $55 million investment committed by Professor Li,” Thomas Steipp, president and chief executive officer of LQMT, stated in last week’s news release. “We are very excited about the ongoing partnership we are building with EONTEC and look forward to finalizing the investment transaction.”

In addition to the financing transaction, Liquidmetal also entered into a parallel licensing agreement with EONTEC to cross-license the two companies’ respective technologies. Liquidmetal’s amorphous alloy technology, which enables the development of unique materials that can retain random structures following solidification, is expected to offer a number of operational synergies with EONTEC’s precision die-casting operations in the consumer electronics, medical, automotive and industrial fields.

“EONTEC’s capabilities complement LQMT’s focus on production of high-performance parts, allowing LQMT to address a broad range of market opportunities from automotive, medical, and industrial customers,” Li added in a news release. “This partnership positions LQMT well to support design and production globally at a vastly increased pace.”

A post on the Liquidmetal blog ( from earlier this year gave investors a glimpse of the possibilities of the company’s innovative technology in addressing a range of automotive applications. In particular, the author states that the use of Liquidmetal alloy may offer “greater design freedom than ever before… [providing] an opportunity to access unique properties with the design freedom of a molding process.” In terms of critical attributes for automotive applications, including precision and corrosion resistance, the blog states that Liquidmetal alloys can “often beat the most precise CNC machining operations” and “have significantly outperformed stainless steel in several corrosion tests.”

As the only company currently producing amorphous alloys in commercially-viable bulk form, Liquidmetal is strategically positioned to make a splash in a wide array of industries moving forward. Look for the company to benefit from both its cross-licensing agreement with EONTEC and its strengthened cash position following the impending finalization of Li’s $55 million investment as it sets its sights on the establishment of a truly global market in Liquidmetal alloy solutions through which to market its core offerings.

“This investment and partnership recognizes the significant advancements in technological and commercial capabilities that Liquidmetal has forged over the last five years,” added Steipp. “EONTEC and Liquidmetal each bring significant capabilities to this partnership, and we believe that result will be a much larger market that develops much more quickly.”

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Grey Cloak Tech, Inc. (GRCK) Helping Businesses Regain Control of Digital Advertising Dollars

May 24, 2016

Grey Cloak Tech, Inc. (OTC: GRCK) is on a mission to revolutionize internet security by overcoming major security concerns, one threat at a time. The company’s debut cloud-based product, Fraudlytic, seamlessly detects, tracks and eliminates digital advertising fraud in all of its forms, including cookie stuffing, ad stacking and domain spoofing. By helping its clients detect non-human online traffic, Grey Cloak is taking aim at an internet security issue that costs unsuspecting advertisers an estimated $8.2 billion each year, according to data from the Interactive Advertising Bureau.

“Online click fraud… is a serious problem affecting too many online marketers,” Fred Covely, chief executive officer of Grey Cloak, stated in a recent news release. “Well-meaning advertisers and agencies may not grasp the extent of the deception because their analytics software is unable to recognize the sophisticated new fraud techniques these nefarious players utilize.”

While use of digital marketing continues to grow at unprecedented rates, the problem of click fraud is keeping pace. In total, some estimates suggest that about 50 percent of digital marketing spending is stolen through some form of click fraud. In a 2015 article on Bloomberg (, the damaging effects of bots on some high profile advertising campaigns are highlighted. In 2013, Heineken (OTC: HINKF) unleashed a massive marketing campaign surrounding its change from stubby beer bottles to fashionable long-necks designed to keep the beer cold longer. While television spots posted a return of 6 to 1 or greater for every dollar of ad spending, digital returns topped out at about 2 to 1. After some research, Heineken discovered that only about 20 percent of its served ads were viewed by actual people.

In another high-profile case, executives with Kellogg (NYSE: K) became frustrated with the intrinsically confusing process of digital ad billing and decided to assume direct control of its contracts with ad platforms such as Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO). The multinational food manufacturer started using software similar to Grey Cloak’s Fraudlytic that alerted its team when ads ran on suspect sites that refused third-party validation to screen for fraudulent traffic. The result was a drop of nearly 75 percent in bot traffic and click fraud, as well as a significant jump in returns for its advertising campaigns.

Grey Cloak’s Fraudlytic platform takes the successes of industry giants with in-house fraud management teams and allows smaller firms to experience the benefits without the sizable upfront investment. The company’s cloud-based software monitors clients’ internet traffic in real time in order to block malicious and false clicks while maximizing the effectiveness of their advertising budgets. As digital advertising appears poised to overtake television as the number one destination of marketing dollars by 2019, according to PwC, Grey Cloak is strategically positioned to capitalize on the rising demand for advanced software solutions that help businesses overcome the most costly online security threats.

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Rennova Health, Inc. (RNVA) Enhancing Speed and Accuracy of Diagnostic Testing and Record Processing

May 20, 2016

Rennova Health, Inc. (NASDAQ: RNVA), based in West Palm Beach, Florida, specializes in providing a full range of medical and administrative technologies and services to U.S. healthcare providers. The company’s suite of products and services are designed to enhance treatment success while streamlining customer and financial information processing, improving both patient and financial outcomes.

Rennova Health provider solutions include:

  • Diagnostic Solutions – Rennova offers comprehensive clinical testing services, including advanced toxicology and esoteric lab services such as urine testing for abuse of drugs and prescription medications, in addition to bacteriology, serology, immunology, hematology and neurotransmitter testing.
    Brands: Medytox Diagnostics
  • Revenue Cycle Management – Rennova’s sophisticated medical billing solution, centered around the customer, is structured to ensure a billing process that is highly efficient, reducing errors and producing more accurate claims, resulting in faster reimbursement and maximizing provider cash flow.
    Brands: Medical Billing Choices
  • Healthcare Technology Solutions – Rennova software applications provide advanced processing for both electronic health records (EHRs) and laboratory information management system records, and include web-based technology for managing diagnostic lab testing orders and reports.
    Brands: ClinLab Advanced Medical Software, Medical Mime, Advantage, CollabRx
  • Financial Services – Rennova also offers direct financial services to help providers better deal with customer payment lag to encourage positive cash flow, including specialized loans that convert outstanding accounts receivable assets into working capital.
    Brands: Platinum Financial Solutions

Rennova Health’s market strength rests on its ability to enhance both the speed and accuracy of diagnostic testing and record processing for healthcare providers, with a growing offering of integrated brands.

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JA Solar Holdings Co. Ltd. (JASO) Converting Sunlight into Financial Growth in Competitive Solar Power Space

May 19, 2016

JA Solar Holdings Co. Ltd. (NASDAQ: JASO) is one of the world’s largest producers of solar power products for residential, commercial and utility-scale power generation. Founded in 2005 and based in Shanghai, the company has quickly captured market share in the solar power space through a focus on photovoltaic research and development, a commitment to driving innovation and the consistent manufacture of high-performance solar power products. In just over a decade, JASO quickly grew from an unknown startup to the world’s fourth largest supplier of solar modules in 2015, according to data from PV-Tech ( Currently, the company boasts long standing relationships with leading project developers and global distributors from around the globe, with roughly 64 percent of its 2014 shipments bound for China and Japan, 17 percent for Europe and 6 percent for America.

In March, JASO gave prospective shareholders additional insight into its growth when it announced its unaudited financial results for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2015 ( Total shipments for 2015 were up by 28.8 percent from the previous year, totaling approximately 4.0 gigawatts. The result was a significant spike in net revenue, which climbed from $1.7 billion in FY 2014 to $2.1 billion last year. Net income was also up, with JASO reporting $94.9 million in 2015, compared to $69 million the previous year, for an increase of more than 37 percent.

“Our fourth quarter results continued the momentum we built throughout 2015,” Baofang Jin, chairman and chief executive officer of JASO, stated in a news release. “We fulfilled strong demand across Asia, especially in China, but also made meaningful advances in North America… We expect growth of over 30%, as countries around the world continue to encourage the growth of clean, renewable energy.”

Markets around the world are installing solar power products at record rates. According to data from Texas-based Mercom Capital Group LLC (, new installations are expected to climb to 64.7 gigawatts in 2016, up from 57.8 gigawatts in 2015. The report goes on to highlight China as the largest solar market in the world, with forecasts calling for approximately 19.5 gigawatts installed in 2016, pushed forward by rising government installation targets. Strong growth is also expected in Japan, as the country continues to shift its energy mix to include more renewables while cutting back on the use of nuclear energy. With sizable market share in two of the world’s three largest solar markets, JASO is strategically positioned for strong financial growth in the months to come by continuing to bolster its reputation as a leader in the solar power industry.

“We are able to capture this market growth due to our industry-leading reputation for quality and value,” continued Jin. “We intend to aggressively protect that reputation through our ongoing investment in research and marketing.”

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Hanwha Q CELLS Co. Ltd. (HQCL) Leveraging Expansive Global Presence to Promote Rapid Growth in Solar Industry

Hanwha Q CELLS Co. Ltd. (NASDAQ: HQCL) is one of the world’s largest and most recognizable manufacturers of high-efficiency solar cells and modules. With headquarters in both Seoul, South Korea, and Thalheim, Germany, along with a diverse collection of manufacturing facilities spanning Korea, Malaysia and China, HQCL is strategically positioned to address rising solar demand in markets around the globe. The company’s product line includes a full spectrum of photovoltaic products, applications and solutions, ranging from solar modules and kits to large scale solar power plants. HQCL is also engaged in downstream development and EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) business.

HQCL originally burst onto the global solar scene in February 2015 as the result of a merger of two of the world’s most recognized photovoltaic manufacturers, Hanwha SolarOne and Hanwha Q CELLS. Since the merger, the combined company has leaned on a diverse international production footprint and respected ‘Engineered in Germany’ technology to seamlessly address all global markets while promoting rapid financial growth. In March, HQCL offered additional insight into its financial performance when it released its financial results for the 2015 fiscal year. Of particular note, the company’s total module shipments exceeded 3,300 MW, which was an increase of 60 percent from the combined 2,065 MW the two businesses shipped pre-merger in 2014. Net income attributable to HQCL’s ordinary shareholders was $44 million for FY 2015.

“We are pleased to report a successful, transitional financial and operational results for full year 2015 highlighted by a return to net profitability and record high total module shipments as we celebrate the first full year since the merger between former Hanwha SolarOne and Hanwha Q Cells Investment,” Seong-woo Nam, chairman and chief executive officer of HQCL, stated in a news release. “We have started 2016 with the strongest foundation in the Company’s history as we continue to enhance our core competitiveness in terms of manufacturing cost, operational efficiencies, product quality and technology.”

In recent months, HQCL has continued to capitalize on its status as a globally recognized brand while turning its attention toward the future of the solar industry. In April, the company announced its entry into a 5-year supply agreement with 1366 Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of practical manufacturing solutions that increase the efficiency of solar supply chains. Under the terms of this agreement, HQCL will purchase up to 700 MW of wafers manufactured with 1366’s proprietary Direct Wafer™ technology, a transformative manufacturing process offering significant cost savings over traditional cast-and-saw wafer production technologies. The deal followed a year-long strategic partnership between the companies focused on commercializing Direct Wafer™ technology.

“This agreement aligns with our continuing efforts to bring about world leading technologies that enable solar energy to be more competitive and more affordable,” Nam stated. “We are pleased with the progress we have made together during the past year and excited about the potential of 1366’s Direct Wafer™ products with Hanwha’s cell and module technologies to deliver further cost reductions and LCOE competitiveness to standard multi-crystalline wafer-based modules.”

With an established and growing foothold in major solar markets around the globe, HQCL is primed to benefit from the strong performance of the solar power space moving forward. According to Mercom Capital Group (, global installations of solar photovoltaic systems are expected to exceed 64.7 gigawatts this year, led by strong growth in China, the United States and Japan.

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QualityStocks Exclusive Interview with OTC Markets Group Inc.: Incubator of Opportunity

May 16, 2016

Small and micro-cap markets have long been the incubators of opportunity for start-up and developing companies and the investors willing to assume the inherent risks. These markets afford innovators and entrepreneurs the ability to raise capital to prove concepts, grow and refine their business models, and provide risk-tolerant investors with ground-floor prospects. However, until recently, a lack of transparency made it difficult to discern between a legitimate investment and impropriety. OTC Markets Group’s (OTCQX: OTCM) segmented markets and trading platform have delivered the needed clarity and transparency for small and micro-cap companies to thrive and investors to make informed decisions.

A full understanding of this transition to transparency starts with understanding the difference between OTC Markets’ trading platform and exchanges like NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange. To get first-hand insight into the differences, as well as the advantages small and/or emerging companies are finding on this platform, QualityStocks conducted an interview with Jason Paltrowitz, executive vice president of Corporate Services at OTC Markets Group.

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OTC Markets Group operates broker-dealer markets where global public companies can raise capital, complete an acquisition, and provide liquidity for traders, investors and existing shareholders. OTC Markets’ three markets encompass a wide range of securities, including ADRs and foreign ordinary shares, dividend paying companies, SEC reporting companies, community banks, small and micro-cap companies, as well as large and mid-cap companies.

“What OTC Markets is, is actually an Alternative Trading System; so not truly an exchange by the exact definition of the word,” Paltrowitz tells QualityStocks. “We operate a platform on which we connect over a hundred broker-dealers and market makers who are linked on what’s called a dealer market. They’re able to message each other electronically to create liquidity for securities that trade off traditional exchanges. At OTC Markets, we have over 10,000 securities, many of them in that small and micro-cap space, as well as a number of global securities that choose to have their secondary trading in the States on the OTC market.”

OTC Markets Group’s platform is similar to other national exchanges, but dissimilar in a couple ways. For one, the trading infrastructure is different; as noted above, OTC Markets operates dealer markets rather than an exchange matching engine. Secondly, companies trading on OTC Markets’ markets can minimize regulatory burdens – and thus costs – required by national exchanges. The regulatory burden of national exchanges is complicated, has extensive compliance and legal requirements and is costly. OTC Markets’ structure provides numerous benefits for companies with tight budgets and big goals at a fraction of the cost.

“Our mission is really to give entrepreneurs and innovators the ability to run their businesses and not have to focus on all the rules and regulations associated with being on an exchange,” says Paltrowitz. “For small microcap companies that are still growing and in their development stages, we offer them a much lighter touch regulatory burden. We give them the ability to make all their information public so investors can decide what’s investable and what’s not.”

Paltrowitz describes OTC Markets’ model as “what NASDAQ was before NASDAQ became an exchange.”

“The NYSE and NASDAQ operate matching engines … which is great technology when you’re a very liquid security. But when you’re a small or micro-cap company that’s not as liquid, having market makers ready to create liquidity … is essential for small companies. We think a lesser regulatory burden, lower costs and our market structure make it very advantageous for small and micro-cap companies,” he explains.

OTC Markets organizes securities into three markets – OTCQX, OTCQB and Pink – with each company categorized by the quality and quantity of information it makes available to the public.

To qualify for the OTCQX market, companies must meet high financial standards, maintain compliance with U.S. securities laws, be current in their disclosures, and be sponsored by a professional third-party advisor. Cost for inclusion to this marketplace is $20,000 a year.

The OTCQB Venture Market is for early-stage companies that don’t meet the financial standards of the OTCQX, yet are still committed to providing a transparent trading and information experience for their investors. To be eligible, companies must be current in their reporting, undergo an annual verification and management certification process, meet a minimum $0.01 bid price test, and not be in bankruptcy. OTCQB costs a company only $10,000 a year.

OTC Markets’ Pink market offers broker-dealer trading in a wide variety of companies that are there by reasons of design, distress or default. Pink companies are further sub-categorized based on the quantity and quality of information they provide to investors: Current Information, Limited Information or No Information. Paltrowitz describes the latter of these companies as disengaged and not taking steps to make sure their information is open and transparent.

Investors familiar with the segmented markets now have much greater clarity when identifying options in the small-cap space. This clarity has provided the small-cap space a reputation as an incubator of opportunity for investors and the companies willing to put in the work to remain transparent.

“By creating great technology … also by creating platforms that allow companies to segment themselves and to be more open and transparent, we think we’ve cleaned up the market…. We’re giving investors and broker-dealers the ability to find great stories here first, before they become known to the world and maybe upgrade to a national exchange …. We think that for what is about 25% the cost of being on NASDAQ, you really do get 80 to 90% of the value of being publicly traded, again without all the cost and complexity,” says Paltrowitz.

With all the positive changes OTC Markets brings to the small-cap market, there’s more on the horizon thanks to the JOBS Act, which President Obama signed into law in 2012 to ease various securities regulations and stimulate more funding of small U.S. businesses. Paltrowitz notes particular advantages stemming from Regulation A+ of the Act, which pertains to equity crowdfunding rules. Under Regulation A+, growth companies can now raise up to $50 million from unaccredited investors and make those shares freely tradable in what many call a “mini-IPO.”

“The thing we’re most excited about … is the JOBS Act changes around Rule Reg A+. Actually, up until very, very recently we were what you’d call a secondary trading market; so we weren’t an IPO market. Companies couldn’t really go public in the traditional sense … Reg A+ has kind of changed the game and democratized finance. The IPO market had been for at least the last 20 years, really a closed market …. We’ve now made it social, data-driven and democratized so that everybody can participate in IPOs,” says Paltrowitz.

OTC Markets’ segmented markets, supplemented by Reg A+, have transformed the small-cap space, creating a trading environment that is increasingly attracting investors and growth companies in pursuit of their potential.

“We look at our future and we look at the future of crowdfunding, or crowdsourcing, for small entrepreneurial innovative companies needing to raise capital and being able to do it in the public markets, not just through a select few institutional investors. We think that’s really going to propel small company growth in the U.S., but certainly our business as well, as the natural place for those companies to trade,” says Paltrowitz.

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East and West Coast Convene with LD Micro, Marcum Conference Partnership

May 5, 2016

LD Micro and Marcum, LLP have announced their partnership for their upcoming investor conferences, which means that for the second consecutive year, qualified attendees from LD Micro can attend the Marcum Conference at no charge.

The Marcum Micro-Cap Conference will be June 1-2 at the Grand Hyatt in New York, where executives for about 150 companies will make corporate presentations and participate in one-on-one meetings with high net worth investors, fund managers and other attendees. This year’s two-day event will also feature panel discussions and a keynote address by Harvey Pitt, former chairman of the SEC, as well Newt Gingrich, former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.

View the list of companies presenting at the 2016 Marcum Micro-Cap Conference here:

The following week, Marcum will be one of two main sponsors for the 2016 Invitational and Main Event June 7-9, in Bel Air, California. The conference will feature three days of corporate presentations from hundreds of small-cap companies across a wide range of industries, panels and more.

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Cryoport, Inc. (CYRX) Continues to Strengthen Sector Footprint with Strategic Deals

May 3, 2016

Cryoport, Inc. (NASDAQ: CYRX) has developed one of the most comprehensive solution platforms available today in the life sciences-focused cryogenic logistics space, with a suite of proprietary technologies such as its signature Cryoport Express® ( dry vapor dewars for materials that need to be kept at frozen temperatures, as well as its Cryoportal™ logistics management platform and SmartPak II™ continuous, geo-sensing monitoring system ( Reinforced by a rock-solid commitment to 24/7 customer support and cold chain logistics consulting spanning risk assessment, lane qualification and process flow – the company’s portfolio of industry-leading technologies has propelled CYRX to the forefront of the sector, allowing the company to secure such sweetheart deals as the recent strategic partnership with $2.4 billion market cap, diversified metals manufacturing giant, Worthington Industries (NYSE: WOR).

This latest deal will see Worthington’s CryoScience by Taylor Wharton Division, one of the most influential and competent manufacturers in the space today, designing and manufacturing biostorage and logistics hardware for CYRX’s life sciences solutions. It’s the kind of cozy deal that will open big doors for the company, granting its already much sought after cold chain logistics solutions the ability to satisfy a much broader client mix, and enabling the company to dynamically scale support for proliferating client commercialization efforts.

Cryoport is no stranger to marching into the gap like this, as news of the Worthington partnership came just days after the company’s announcement on April 11 regarding the launch of its new Temperature Controlled Logistics Consulting Division, which was organized to answer feverish demand from a global and burgeoning cellular-based therapies market. The deluge of cell-based immunotherapy technologies currently in the soon-to-be $2.45 trillion-plus personalized medicine pipeline ( has created a perfect storm for storage and transportation logistics players and only a tiny handful of key players, such as CYRX, are positioned to capitalize on runaway demand for the kind of planning and strategies needed to help effectively develop and deploy temperature sensitive/personalized therapies.

The broader global cryogenic equipment market is on-track to hit upwards of $25 billion by 2022 (, with the Asia-Pacific region seen as the strongest segment at around $7.83 billion projected by 2019 ( This is a target-rich environment for a company like Cryoport, which is actively working in regenerative medicine in support of some 64 different clinical trials, including Perseus PCI’s Phase II2b melanoma and ovarian cancer clinical trial, as well as ImmunoCellular Therapeutics’ (NYSE: IMUC) registrational Phase III clinical trial of ICT-107 immunotherapy in aggressive brain cancer, which spans 400-plus newly-diagnosed glioblastoma patients at 120 sites throughout North America and Europe.

Any questions as to just how capable Cryoport is when it comes to securing additional traction within the space, should be quickly put to rest by one look at the company’s earlier deal in March of 2016 with one of the planet’s undisputed leaders in logistics, UPS (NYSE: UPS). UPS launching its biotech, pharma and medical device industry-tailored Temperature True® Cryo solution in Europe, which allows customers to keep products at -150°C for 10 days using Cryoport Express containers’ dry vapor liquid nitrogen technology, gives CYRX access to the global network of 51 UPS healthcare-dedicated facilities, and sets the company up for continued success alongside UPS, which serves more than 220 countries and territories worldwide.

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Elio Motors, Inc. (ELIO) Announces Completion of Engineering and Chassis Design for E-Series Vehicles

April 29, 2016

On Thursday, Elio Motors, Inc. (OTCQX: ELIO) announced the completion of the fourth and final stage of engineering for its highly-anticipated E-Series vehicles, including the finalized chassis design. This milestone is significant in Elio’s progress toward the commercial launch of its three-wheeled vehicle, as it opens the door for real-world vehicle validation and ride dynamics testing and calibration. Moving forward, the company will depend on a seasoned, eight-person build team to hand craft vehicles from its newly-established Pilot Operations Center in Livonia, Michigan, in order to complete a variety of aerodynamic, safety and durability tests ahead of the start of commercial production.

“Once our E-Series vehicles emerge from the pilot build, the Chassis team will conduct ride and handling development tuning to refine the vehicle’s driving characteristics prior to commercial production,” Jeff Johnston, vice president of engineering for Elio, stated in yesterday’s news release.

The design of Elio’s E-Series includes a number of innovative features meant to reduce noise and vibration while increasing the comfort of the ride for both drivers and passengers. In particular, Johnston highlights the vehicle’s independent suspension system, which consists of unequal upper and lower control arms incorporating a coil-over shock absorber that’s reminiscent of the suspension systems used in some of the world’s leading performance vehicles. This suspension allows Elio to maintain a lower profile for improved aerodynamics and lighter weight.

“This achievement, which is the final step in our engineering process for the E-Series of vehicles, further validates the flexibility and agility of our Elio Motors-supplier product development process,” Paul Elio, founder and chief executive officer of Elio Motors, stated in yesterday’s news release. “Roush, which joined the team in January, has done a tremendous job on the design of the chassis and suspension, as well as managing the overall engineering process working at what seems like lightning speed.”

In recent months, Elio has been aggressive in pushing toward production of the E-Series. In January, the company launched its first national advertising campaign to increase awareness and generate additional vehicle reservations. To date, Elio has recorded more than 52,400 reservations for its E-Series, capitalizing on a host of marketable features such as record fuel economy of 84 miles per gallon and a targeted base price of just $6,800.

These efforts have had a noticeable impact on the company’s financial position. During a busy first quarter of 2016, Elio successfully raised nearly $17 million in a Regulation A+ stock sale on the StartEngine Crowdfunding platform. Regulation A+, a ruling stemming from the 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, allows businesses to raise up to $50 million in funding from both accredited and non-accredited investors. With this move, Elio became the first U.S.-based organization in history to raise capital using Regulation A+, as well as the first to have its shares publicly traded when it listed on the OTCQX Best Market back in February.

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Lucas Energy, Inc. (LEI) Puts Strategic Vision into Motion

April 22, 2016

Houston-based Lucas Energy, Inc. (NYSE MKT: LEI) is an asset-rich, independent oil and gas company developing significant acreage positions in the Eagle Ford and Austin Chalk resource plays in South Texas. Since 2013, the company has undergone significant corporate changes that included the restructuring of its management team, capital structure and overarching strategic vision. A look at where the company is now positioned shows the fruits of those alterations.

Lucas Energy currently has working interests spanning more than 10,000 net acres in South Texas with proved reserves valued at $112 million, in addition to probable reserves of approximately $60 million, according to a reserve report conducted in 2014. The company maintains an “aggressive growth posture” in developing its leaseholds as it seeks to achieve its potential in terms of both size and scope of operations.

In Q3 2016, Lucas Energy achieved what CEO Anthony Schnur, who joined the company in 2012, calls “transformational.” In the company’s Q3 earnings release, Schnur said the company has found ways to navigate the challenging commodity environment and identify growth opportunities through strategic acquisition. In accordance with this strategy, Schnur also referenced the company’s Segundo Resources asset purchase.

“We have also been successful in enhancing our liquidity by amending our line of credit with Silver Star Oil Company (“Silver Star”), followed by the subsequent sale of an additional $200,000 of convertible notes under the line of credit,” he said. “We are currently discussing potential financing transactions that would fulfill our near-term capital requirements as well as our planned asset acquisition, which we believe, if finalized and completed, will ensure the future viability of the Company. While the current commodity price environment continues to be challenging to our operations, it may also create opportunities to expand our footprint through attractive acquisitions, funding permitting.”

Per the Segundo transaction, Lucas Energy will acquire working interests in undeveloped acreage and producing Hunton properties, which currently produce in excess of 1,200 net barrels of oil equivalent per day (BOE/d).

According to a recent corporate presentation, the Hunton play is found in a limestone formation stretching nearly 3 million acres in Oklahoma and surrounding states, characterized by high quality oil and high BTU content natural gas production. The acquisition also provides the opportunity for increased reserves and production, and will result in a corporate name change.

“Following the closing of this transaction, we intend to drill six initial wells and have identified 50 drilling locations in the Hunton assets we are acquiring. As previously mentioned, we will also be changing our company name to Camber Energy, Inc. when the transaction is completed,” Schnur stated in a previous news release.

Executing plans of this nature inherently take capital, and earlier this month, Lucas Energy secured $15 million of equity capital to fund its growth initiative as it works to finalize the Segundo Resources transaction.

“This placement demonstrates confidence in the future of Lucas Energy as we progress towards closing on the Segundo Resources asset purchase,” Schnur stated in a press release announcing the funding. “Having received this commitment establishes some certainty that we can initiate growth and development activities upon closing the acquisition.”

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Tip and be Tipped; Fosters Trader Interaction

April 14, 2016

DTG, a consortium of unique marketing brands that utilizes one dynamic approach to connect publicly traded companies with a variety of investors, recently unveiled its newest platform, www.Tip.Us, a site dedicated to keeping the investment community abreast on “who’s who” among small-cap stocks. puts a twist on “hot stock ideas” by promoting the involvement of stock traders themselves to fuel a dynamic network of informed investors.

When someone knows of a stock ready to make a run, they can tip us off via online submission (

Those looking for trading ideas should head over to the Tip of the Day to see which stocks other traders are watching and why. This page provides stock activity, recent news, and company information on each presented stock.

The brand also features the Tip of the Week newsletter, where subscribers are alerted to one stock with a lot of hype, along with a number of other stocks to keep on radar. To sign up for this free weekly feature, visit

“We are excited to offer to promote cross-communication and interactivity among active traders,” stated Michael McCarthy, Managing Director of DTG. “Utilizing our newest platform, traders can get notified of small-cap stocks making waves before the big break while feeding us stock tips we can relay to other users. Working together, we aim to form an active, collective pool of small-cap stocks earning warranted attention.”

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Grey Cloak Tech’s (GRCK) Role in Click Fraud Upheaval

April 12, 2016

Digital advertisers will shell out $8.2 billion each year as they wrangle online fraud, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB). As digital marketing continues to grow at unprecedented rates, so too does “click fraud.” With carefully plotted ad budgets on the line, averting costly online security threats is a requirement for any pay-per-click ad campaign. Enter Grey Cloak Tech, Inc. (OTC: GRCK), a Las Vegas-based company with a powerful suite of advanced filters to detect hundreds of variations of digital advertising fraud.

When Grey Cloak lays its artillery on the table, it presents powerful, advanced software called Fraudlytic. Fraudlytic identifies fraud patterns at the earliest onset, helping to curtail fraud and its financial repercussions. Full understanding of the value of this technology requires a look at the background of pay-per-click ad campaigns, which hit the advertising scene in 1996.

By 1997, more than 400 major brands were paying between $0.005 and $0.25 per click. In the next 15 years, the industry exploded and earned its badge as the most effective targeted advertising medium in history, but opportunity of this magnitude often attracts adversary.

In 2000, the first malicious programs were detected. The primary method perpetrators used for delivering the attacks were bots (web software robots) designed to carry out cookie stuffing, click fraud, impression fraud, URL masking, IP spoofing and other mechanisms that lowered conversion rates and a company’s return on investment.

Without an adequate method of defense, the malicious activity went unchallenged. That is, until technicians – including founders of Grey Cloak Tech – developed game-changing counter technology that could effectively detect and eliminate click fraud.

After years of testing and responding to customer feedback, Grey Cloak Tech unveiled Fraudlytic as a secure cloud-based platform that stops click fraud and permanently blocks the offenders while allowing legitimate consumers to view the advertisement and make a purchase.

With deep roots in the digital marketing industry, Grey Cloak Tech’s founders have long been on the front lines of anti-click fraud efforts, and, as the only publicly-traded digital advertising fraud-protection company in the United States, Grey Cloak Tech’s management team is demonstrating its ability to take an industry-leading position in more than one way.

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Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) Shakes Things Up with

April 11, 2016

Alternative lodging is easily the fastest growing sector in the $1.25 trillion travel and tourism market. The oldest and most recognized brands within the alternative lodging sector are Airbnb and HomeAway. is about to shake things up.

NextTrip is the first and only real-time bookable reservations system in the alternative lodging industry. Unlike the competition, which book by request and can take hours or days before a lodging owner confirms, NextTrip’s platform books in real-time, similar to online hotel bookings. Understandably, travel agents and tour operators are clamoring for just such a feature.

Customers are now able to plan and book any vacation and all their travel needs, including airlines, cruises, tour packages, and rental cars, without using multiple web sites. To maximize customer experience and efficiencies, Monaker Group (OTCQB: MKGI) recently engaged Primero Systems to fully integrate and maximize the booking platform, and the company expects complete build out and functionality within four months.

As one would assume, available inventory is imperative in the alternative lodging sector. Airbnb has been around since 2008 and has an estimated 1.5+ million alternative lodging listings. HomeAway was founded in 2005 and currently has approximately 1.2+ million listings. NextTrip will add another 500k to 600k units in next few weeks and will soon have over 1.2 million listings in inventory, giving it one of the largest alternative lodging inventories in the world. Most listings are in desirable locations in the U.S., the EU and the Caribbean, and about 20% of the listings are exclusive. Monaker expects rapid exclusive listing growth, because, unlike the competition, Monaker doesn’t charge a sign-up fee, just a commission upon booking. The competition charges both. Monaker even has a proprietary solution to unlock timeshare and fractional share properties as rental inventory.

Airbnb is privately held with an estimated $25 billion valuation. HomeAway was acquired by Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE) for $3.9 billion. With comparable listing inventories, more options, better and easier to use services, more exclusive listings and more cost effective listing solutions, Monaker Group is really starting to shake things up in the alternative lodging sector. If Monaker’s revenues reach estimates and its valuation even comes close to the competition’s, this stock could shake up any portfolio.

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Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) Teams with Primero Systems to Complete Partner Integrations and Upgrades for

April 8, 2016

Yesterday, Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI) announced that it has contracted Primero Systems, a globally-recognized technology solutions provider, to complete final partner integrations and upgrades for its flagship travel website, For more than two decades, Primero Systems has earned the trust and respect of clients across multiple industries by developing award-winning enterprise platforms and customized technology solutions.

“I’m pleased to be working with Gary and the Primero team again on another travel platform. In our last project, Primero delivered us a high-quality work product, on time and on budget, giving us industry acclaims,” Bill Kerby, chairman and chief executive officer of Monaker, stated in yesterday’s news release. “I know Gary will take our NextTrip platform, transform it, and deliver a site that will showcase our alternative lodging, ground products and travel services in an eloquent, real-time booking solution.”

Originally launched in early February, is a fully comprehensive booking engine designed for use by both travel consumers and travel agents. The platform integrates a number of Monaker’s acquired technologies to allow users to book hotels, resorts, vacation rental homes, unused timeshare inventory, airlines, land tours and rental cars, all in the same place. As the first booking solution to include conventional lodging, alternative lodging and unused timeshare and resort inventory in a single platform, Monaker aims to capture a sizable portion of the alternative lodging market, which was recently valued at $100 billion in an article on The Street.

“We are thrilled to be working as trusted partners with the Monaker Group on their NextTrip platform,” added Gary Saner, founder and CEO of Primero. “Primero’s reputation rests on our ability to deliver mission-critical and enterprise-grade solutions to the marketplace, and we are eager to support Monaker with their technology initiatives.”

Moving forward, Monaker expects the NextTrip ‘alternative lodging’ platform to serve as the primary booking utility in the travel industry. As of launch, the company already had access to 600 airlines, 100 rental car services and more than 600,000 hotels. Additionally, Monaker estimated that NextTrip would feature more than 400,000 available units of alternative lodging inventory as of the end of February, with that figure set to double by as soon as fall of this year. With key partnerships and established travel brands used as cornerstones of its comprehensive booking platform, Monaker is on a mission to establish NextTrip as the ‘one stop’ vacation center for travelers from around the globe.

“Our site brings together significant inventory and channel partners with distribution in both the B2B and B2C markets,” Kerby stated in a recent news release. “We anticipate and have planned for quick adoption of our proprietary platform by thousands of travelers and should see a significant revenue ramp during 2016.”

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Grey Cloak Tech, Inc. (GRCK) Defending Against Fraud on the Internet with Advanced Software Solutions

April 4, 2016

Grey Cloak Tech, Inc. (OTC: GRCK) focuses on developing cloud-based software to detect advertising fraud on the internet. The worst part about credit card fraud and identity theft isn’t the annoyance of cleaning it up (though that’s certainly a factor), but the far-reaching effects that stick with you long after someone has rung up thousands of dollars worth of purchases in your name, including things like ruining your credit score, incurring late charges or making it difficult to get a loan. Grey Cloak Tech is the premier provider of software solutions that identify, track and eliminate digital advertising fraud. Its innovative, proprietary technologies help companies filter inaccurate click and impression data, detect non-human online traffic, block bogus online form submissions and expose counterfeit clicks and video views.

Grey Cloak develops advanced software to overcome the most costly digital threats. Sharing a vision for change and inspired to make the internet a safer place, the company’s founders began developing unique systems to eliminate online fraud and to ultimately build a secure internet for businesses and consumers alike.

Today, Grey Cloak vigorously protects its clients’ interests by identifying fraud patterns at their earliest stages in order to eliminate fraud and its financial ramifications. Grey Cloak Tech is proud to lead the industry with continuous development of the most comprehensive and effective weapons against online security threats. The company has begun laying the foundation for the safe internet with its proprietary digital advertising fraud detection software, Fraudlytic.

Grey Cloak Tech’s robust platform remains unsurpassed in pay per click (PPC) protection. The company’s comprehensive program uses the most trusted methodologies, including behavior-based methods, signature scanning, difference scanning and memory dump analysis. Managed by internet experts in electronic fraud intelligence, Grey Cloak’s algorithms continuously respond to advancing fraud techniques. The Grey Shield product is the online advertisers’ choice when it comes to safeguarding PPC expenses.

TrueClick Compliance includes all of same features of the basic TrueClick package with the addition of a selective online marketing feature especially useful for regulated industries that need to stay in state or federal compliance. By adjusting links and images to correspond to the viewer demographics of individual digital campaigns, such as the variations in state interest rates that insurance providers and banking institutions face, clients’ ads remain in compliance with governing statutes. An ad campaign appearing in the wrong state advertising the wrong interest rate, even by as small of a fluctuation of 0.25%, can cost the advertiser thousands and thousands of dollars per ad… plus, any fees or fines incurred for non-compliance.

By adding cross platform functionality to its TrueClick Compliance package, Grey Cloak allows advertisers to control what viewers see — no matter what device they are using. Marketers’ ads run identically on Windows and Mac operating systems, as well as on popular digital devices such as smartphones and tablets.

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Gopher Protocol, Inc.’s (GOPH) Revolutionary Guardian Patch Technology Getting Closer to Market

April 1, 2016

There are myriad tracking systems. Some are ‘lag time’ indicators, that is, the data is collected after an item has passed a point, for example a bar code, choke point or gate. Others are ‘real-time’ or ‘near real-time’, such as Global Positioning Systems (GPS), depending on how often the data is refreshed. Guardian Patch is an electronic circuit including a proprietary microchip that is within a sticky patch package. Guardian Patch can be affixed to any object, mobile or static, in order to track its location anywhere on Earth. The electronic circuit communicates with other similar working patches via a separate, secured, and private network. Gopher Protocol, Inc. (OTC: GOPH) and its partners, the Randolph Ben Clymer Group (RBC), recently announced, in a press release (, that, in connection with the company’s GopherInsight™ licensed technology, the company and RBC have finalized an operating agreement for Guardian Patch, LLC.

The future of tracking systems is here. Upon affixing Guardian Patch on an object, the circuit is turned on, after which the electronic circuit regularly transmits an identification signal in order to identify the device’s geographical location worldwide in preset time intervals. Guardian Patch works in conjunction with a software application to provide tracking function operations via map and on-Earth coordinates. The system includes its own power source.

Guardian Patch will also perform an emergency feature – users will be able to register the Patch ID on mobile apps of selected relatives and friends. In the event of an emergency situation, one would simply peel Guardian Patch off. Upon removing Guardian Patch, it operates in a constant transmission mode, sending emergency signals. Guardian Patch also alerts the user’s friends and family about the user’s location. No GPS or conventional network is needed.

As a courtesy and to assist with providing a better understanding of Guardian Patch’s technical features, the company has posted on its website a short presentation of Guardian Patch, which can be downloaded via the following link:

Gopher Protocol and RBC are preparing to introduce Guardian Patch to the market. As such, a designated product website was launched last week at The product will be presented for pre-sale, utilizing social media on top of customary distributing channels, for which further announcements will be provided.

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

March 31, 2016

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

March 29, 2016

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

March 28, 2016

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Be Active Holdings, Inc. (JALA) Looking to Capitalize on the Greek Frozen Yogurt Market

March 24, 2016

Greek yogurt, the thick, creamy, protein-packed dairy product, has stormed supermarket shelves in the U.S. The breakfast favorite’s astonishingly fast growth is epitomized by the success of Chobani — perhaps the best known brand. The company, which began selling Greek yogurt in 2007, saw its sales skyrocket from just over $3 million to more than $1.1 billion in its first five years. Today, Greek yogurt accounts for roughly half of all yogurt sales in the U.S., which is remarkable considering that it was essentially irrelevant less than a decade ago. Be Active Holdings, Inc. (OTC: JALA) is a manufacturer and marketer of Greek frozen yogurt under the Jala brand.

Be Active Holdings manufactures and sells low fat, low calorie, all natural probiotic-enriched Greek frozen yogurt under the trade name Jala. Its Greek frozen yogurt is packaged as low fat bars and pints, which are designed to appeal to both the health conscious and weight conscious consumer. Its proprietary Greek frozen yogurt is fat-free, a result of its proprietary recipe and the quality of the ingredients in the mix.

Be Active announced in a press release recently that Jala is now available at all 154 Shaw’s and Star Market locations in New England. Shaw’s is part of Albertsons, and this initial rollout is key to the company’s efforts to increase product distribution in the Northeast. Currently, there are five available product SKUs, including Jala’s chocolate and vanilla sandwiches.

In a news release, Be Active Holdings president Joseph Rienzi stated, “We are very excited to have Jala available to Shaw’s customers. Jala’s Greek frozen yogurt chocolate and vanilla sandwiches have been very well received from grocery customers throughout the northeast. We are thrilled to have penetrated into Albertsons with this initial distribution with Shaw’s in the northeast. Albertsons nationally represents an amazing potential opportunity for Jala with its diversified network of 2,230 stores and 27 distribution facilities, across 34 states. Its national banners include Safeway, Vons, Pavilions, Randalls, Tom Thumb, Carrs, Albertsons, ACME, Jewel-Osco, Lucky, Shaw’s, Star Market, Super Saver, United Supermarkets, Market Street and Amigos.”

Be Active Holdings is led by an experienced management team with a proven track record in the food and grocery space. The company’s founder and vice president, Sam Pugliese, was the founder and previous president of Skinny Cow ice cream brand, which was sold to Nestle (OTC: NSRGY) for $76 million.

Be Active Holdings has received distribution approval for five of its SKUs from Safeway, the second largest supermarket chain in North America. Be Active intends on working with Safeway to increase product distribution in the Northeast through Safeway’s 135 stores in Virginia and Maryland. Furthermore, Be Active recently expanded its existing distribution agreement with C&S Wholesale Grocers, the largest U.S. wholesale grocery distributor by revenue. C&S customers include Stop & Shop, Winn Dixie, Key Food, Foodtown, Piggly Wiggly and Giant stores. Be Active was able to achieve “crossroads” vendor status with C&S, which allows for unlimited access into C&S warehouses with no slotting fees.

For more information, visit the company’s website at

NanoViricides, Inc. (NNVC) Tackling the Next Great Advance in Immunotherapeutics

Connecticut-based NanoViricides, Inc. (NYSE MKT: NNVC) is a development stage company working on what it considers to be the next great advance in immunotherapeutics: nanoviricide biomimetic technology.

A nanoviricide is a unique antiviral agent designed to fool a virus into attaching to it in the same way that a virus normally attaches to the receptors of a cell surface. Once the virus is attached, the nanoviricide wraps around the virus, causing the virus to lose its surface proteins, which are used to bind to cells. The nanoviricide goes on to dismantle and destroy the virus without immune system assistance. What virus a nanoviricide goes after is programmed into the nanoviricide.

The company is developing virus-specific nanoviricide drug candidates against influenza, HIV/AIDS, cold sores and herpes infection, viral eye diseases, and dengue viruses, and its candidates are demonstrating high levels of drug effectiveness. Product candidates are based on TheraCour® technology, invented and developed by company president and founder Anil R. Diwan, PhD. The company holds an exclusive, worldwide license to this technology for its antiviral drugs. The technology is protected by two broad international patent applications that cover compositions of matter, processes of manufacture, methods of use, and fields of use. Additional patent applications are expected, and NanoViricides intends to patent each drug separately, as well.

NanoViricides works with independent researchers at leading academic, private, and government laboratories, performing tests against viral targets, and providing unbiased data on drug candidates. In addition to drug development, the company has put together a world-class team to design, build, and validate a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility for the production of human clinical batches of nanoviricide drug substances.

For more information, visit

Elio Motors Inc. (ELIO) Offers Dramatic New Approach to Multi-Billion Dollar Automotive Market

Arizona-based startup company Elio Motors Inc. (OTCQX: ELIO) represents a refreshingly different take on the changing American automotive market. Instead of wrestling with untested, high-priced technologies aimed at elite consumer markets, Elio is focused on the essential consumer basics of price and operational efficiency, taken to the extreme. It’s a bit like the approach of Henry Ford, who was smart enough to recognize the potential of a mass automotive market while other car makers produced expensive toys for the rich.

To Elio, the key to the marketplace is a set of parameters that, in spite of what the industry says, have not been fully respected or explored:

  • Price (forget the $15,000 – $20,000 subcompact)
  • Fuel Efficiency (forget 39 mpg)
  • Style (forget “they all look alike”)

Elio is out to produce a truly modern commuter vehicle for the urban masses; a sleek hyper-efficient car that is safe, fun, and amazingly affordable to purchase and operate. The company realized that much of the driving being done today doesn’t require the family minivan or SUV. It’s about one or two people getting to work. Once the Elio team had fully accepted that fact, their research led them to the shocking conclusion that, using the latest and most sophisticated design and material capabilities, together with advanced organizational efficiencies, they could now produce a vehicle filling that very large market niche in a better way; a car that could get an unheard-of 84 miles to the gallon, while still only costing $6,800 to buy retail.

None of this revolution came easy. The company emphasizes that nothing is too small for engineering innovation. But the result is the potential to tap a vast market that has until now been improperly served. Elio is still in the startup stage, offering both investors and consumers a unique opportunity.

For more information, visit, Inc. (OSTK) Remaining at the Forefront of eCommerce with Culture of Innovation, Inc. (NASDAQ: OSTK) is an online retailer based in Salt Lake City, Utah, that sells a wide variety of products at low prices. Originally founded in early 1999, the company’s goal was to be the premier seller of excess inventory on the web. Today, has expanded beyond selling surplus inventory to offer a huge selection of consumer goods ranging from furniture and home décor to cars. In an effort to better represent this shift in business strategy, the company acquired the URL in January 2011 and began incorporating it into parts of its brand, including, most notably, its international and mobile businesses.

In the past, has proven itself adept at adapting to evolving market trends, as demonstrated by its success in the mobile space. Earlier this year, the company’s mobile app was named the Web Marketing Association’s Best Shopping Mobile Application at the 2015 Mobile Web Awards. This was the fourth consecutive year in which the company’s mobile app has been honored. In total, the app has been downloaded more than five million times, with 76 percent of mobile users becoming repeat customers.

Capitalizing on the sustained growth of the digital commerce space, has achieved profitable results for the past four years. In 2015, the company reported total revenues of $1.7 billion, marking an increase of 11 percent over the previous year.’s net income for the fiscal year totaled $2.4 million. As of December 31, 2015, the company reported cash and cash equivalents of $170.3 million.

In recent weeks, has made considerable progress toward building on its strong financial growth. For more than two years, the company has been involved with the crypto currency Bitcoin in an effort to gain familiarity with the highly disruptive potential of blockchain technology. At the 41st Annual International Futures Industry Conference,, through majority-owned subsidiary, demonstrated the results of these efforts when it announced plans to complete the world’s first public offering using proprietary blockchain technology. The company previously issued the world’s first private blockchain crypto-bond in June 2015.

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