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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Prepared to Launch FRAME Later this Month

February 8, 2016

Earlier today, Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, announced that it is in the final stages of preparation for the launch of FRAME, an organizational tool for the management of popular social media and subscription-based accounts. FRAME, which is designed to meet the needs of consumers who use multiple social media websites and platforms on a daily basis, consolidates users’ social media accounts into a single, accessible location. According to company data, the social media management market offers considerable potential for future growth, as it is relatively new and features plenty of room for innovation moving forward.

“Imagine FRAME as a single door that leads to many rooms. Each room represents a website that we log into several times each day,” Dan Terziev, chief executive officer of Geegle Media, stated in a news release. “Rather than signing in several times, logging once into FRAME is sufficient to bring together all your social media accounts, making a far more organized and engaging social media experience.”

After logging into FRAME, users can seamlessly view news feeds and content from all of their supported social media accounts – including those from popular networks such as Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and Twitter (NYSE: TWTR). FRAME will also allow users to post content directly from its highly intuitive dashboard, greatly improving the efficiency with which consumers use social media. The desktop version of FRAME is ready for launch and set for release later this month, while the mobile version, which is being developed for both Android and iOS, remains in Beta stage.

Unlike many of the established players in the social media management space, Agora plans to offer free access to FRAME for non-commercial users, a strategy that’s expected to earn the platform a significant competitive advantage over existing social media management apps that charge all users a subscription fee. In addition to implementing this strategy to attract an active user base, the company has also outlined plans to expand its platform’s functionality with Facebook and Twitter while also integrating control of ancillary sites and services such as Pinterest, LinkedIn, Tumblr (NASDAQ: YHOO), eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) in the near future.

In a news release, Terziev went on to describe plans to implement control of email accounts in a future iteration of FRAME.

“It is not uncommon for the average person to have several running email accounts, be it for professional and personal use,” he stated. “We are looking into bringing FRAME’s one-password, all-access concept to emails as well.”

According to a 2015 study by Pew Research Center (http://dtn.fm/t7c6J), more than half of internet users are active on two or more social media sites, up from about 42 percent in 2013. Among these users, roughly 70 percent of Facebook users are active daily – along with 49 percent of Instagram users, 36 percent of Twitter users, 17 percent of Pinterest users and 13 percent of LinkedIn users. As it prepares to launch FRAME, Agora will look to capitalize on this expansive market, promoting strong industry growth in the months to come.

For more information, visit www.agoraholdingsinc.com

The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert February 5

On Friday, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on LightPath Technologies (LPTH) and Direct Insite (DIRI), both of which fell more than 10% for the day.

Despite a 24% increase in quarterly revenues, LPTH reported a $535,583 loss compared to a $141,213 income in the same period last year. Again fueling the company’s loss was a negative change in fair value of warrant liability of $1,055,179. The reason that this charge occurs is because of an increase in the company’s share price during the quarter.

The enormous loss seems detrimental, especially considering the stock’s reaction today, but change in fair value of warrants liability is a non-cash charge. That said, without the charge, earnings would’ve been closer to a $500,000 gain.

Nonetheless, LPTH shares have exhibited volatility lately, likely causing a lot of subscribers following the Game Plan to exit their positions following a double. If you don’t have good tolerance, this isn’t a good stock for you because of its recent ups and downs and warrants hampering its bottom line.

Today’s move was nothing out of the ordinary for DIRI, which continues to be volatile at these low prices. While DIRI is somewhat attractive at the current price, remember what sent the stock plummeting in the first place: a customer deciding not to renew its contract THIS MONTH. That customer accounted for a good portion of the company’s sales.

So, while its Bowser Rating and price allow for those following the Game Plan to enter a position, know that there is no end in sight for the volatility and that if financials turn out worse than expected in upcoming quarters, this stock will likely get hit hard.

To learn more about The Bowser Report, visit https://thebowserreport.com

OurPet’s Company’s (OPCO) Partnership with Aplix will Catalyze New Innovations in the Pet Tech Space

February 5, 2016

The recent announcement by OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) of a new strategic partnership with the Japanese software developer, Aplix IP Holdings Corp., shows that the Fairport Harbor, Ohio, company is exploring new frontiers in the pet technology market. Just as new digital technologies have expanded and are continuing to expand our capabilities, they are opening up new possibilities for our pets.

There are existing pet tech devices on the market currently, allowing you to stay in complete contact with your pets. One of the most basic pet tech devices is, of course, a GPS tracker. A tracker can substantially reduce the amount of time you spend in a state of anxious insecurity regarding your pet’s whereabouts. Then, if you want to see where your dog goes (and who doesn’t?) there’s a company that makes a harness fitted with a camera. As pet-parents become more comfortable with new technologies for themselves, it’s apparent they will want to extend their application to the pet members of the family.

Social media is not only for pet-parents. You may have your Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) account. Your dog can have a homepage on Pack. Pack allows you or your dog, it’s not clear which, to ‘connect with your pack’. If you have a Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) account, why don’t you get one for your canine? Puppy Tweets is an electronic dog tag that sends messages to your home computer, and then Tweets to you. Welcome to a brave new world!

The technology that may help OurPet’s Company get a paw-hold in these lucrative markets may be the WirelessIDEA platform. Aplix IP Holdings Corp. showcased its WirelessIDEA software-based technology for machine to machine (M2M) applications at the International CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment trade show in San Diego back in October 2009. WirelessIDEA provides tools that enable rapid development of M2M applications. Aplix is well-known for its JBlend, a Java Micro Edition (Java ME) platform for embedded software, which has been installed in close to three-quarters of a billion devices worldwide.

This sort of innovation is nothing new to OurPet’s Company. The company has a history of developing bright ideas. Its first was the introduction of the Big Dog Feeder, which made it easier for big dogs to eat by elevating the feeding bowl – low tech, but effective. The Big Dog Feeder has, over the years, enjoyed great success, but OurPet’s Company isn’t the sort of outfit to rest on its laurels. Its founder is an enterprising dynamic engineer who has been elected to the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Today, the company actually sells more toys for pets than feeding products. In recent years, OurPet’s Company has been growing at twice the rate of the industry. Since 2010, it has had an annual compounded growth rate of about 6%. That seems very likely to increase as OurPet’s Company gears up in pet tech.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ourpets.com

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Victory Energy Corp. (VYEY) Looks to Capitalize on Punitive Commodity Pricing Environments with Acquisition-Based Growth Strategy

Victory Energy Corp. (OTCQB: VYEY) is an independent, growth-oriented oil and natural gas exploration and production company focused on the acquisition and development of active oil and natural gas properties throughout Texas. The company’s current portfolio of assets includes interests in various proven formations – including the Spraberry, Wolfcamp, Wolfberry, Mississippian, Cline and Fusselman formations. Utilizing a low-risk vertical well development strategy, Victory Energy aims to follow a predictable and proven business model focused on the acquisition of properties in well-known basins –populated by top-tier exploration and production firms – that are likely to provide return of investment capital in two years or less.

As the price of crude oil has tumbled over the past year to its lowest point in more than a decade, Victory Energy has leveraged operations and investment capital from long-term partner Navitus Energy Group in order to explore growth opportunities presented by punitive commodity pricing environments. While most analysts predict these historic headwinds to persist throughout the remainder of 2016, Kenny Hill, chief executive officer of Victory Energy, stated that current market conditions, coupled with a proposed $75 million credit facility from boutique investment banking firm MLV & Co. LLC, should present tremendous opportunities for the company to scale in the coming months.

“We have worked diligently with our investment banker to review several acquisition targets, holding significant proved producing reserves, limited mandatory development risk and limited lease expiration exposure,” Hill stated in a news release in October 2015. “We are actively working with the sellers to reach agreeable terms and we remain in position to act swiftly and to act in size as additional opportunities with similar low-risk profiles present themselves.”

The company reinforced this hypothesis in November when it entered into a Letter of Intent to acquire 181 net barrels of oil equivalent per day (BOEPD). Victory Energy expects the acquisition to result in roughly 80 percent working interest in three producing wells, as well as about 40 percent working interest in 1,370 net acres that are currently held by production. The company intends to use the significant increase in cash flow resulting from this acquisition to support its continued pursuit of accretive acquisitions made available by the current commodity price environment. The consummation of this acquisition is subject to the completion of due diligence review and approval from certain third parties.

“With a successful completion of this transaction, Victory would grow daily consolidated production from 50 to ~230 BOEPD, a substantial growth which we feel comes at a very favorable value,” Hill continued. “This transaction marks the first of several opportunities that we expect to pursue in the coming year.”

The current commodity price cycle is placing additional pressure on companies in the oil and gas space to sell assets in order to offset revenues lost to low oil prices. This pressure results in a promising opportunity for well-capitalized players to find opportunities to rapidly invest and grow in the oil and gas industry. Benefitting from capital accessible through its partnership with Navitus Energy Group and an acquisition-based growth strategy that’s already being implemented, Victory Energy could be primed to record strong results in upcoming quarters.

For more information, visit www.vyey.com

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QualityStocks’ Tiered Rating Service Exposes Risk and Rewards Transparency

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The OTC companies and research firms are rated based on their investor relations and transparency practices. QualityStocks has placed these companies into one of five tiers based on their compliance with market regulations, available information, transparency to shareholders, trust within the investor community, and the value of their product and/or services: QSP (QualityStocks Partner); QSV (QualityStocks Verified); QSL (QualityStocks Limited Information); QSN (QualityStocks No Information); and Caveat Emptor (Buyer Beware).

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES): Lithium-ion Batteries ‘Made in the USA’

The global market for lithium ion batteries is a fast growing one and is expected to cross $30 billion by 2020. It continues to advance as high power and high capacity cells increase penetration into large-format applications. Vying for market adoption, the lithium-ion chemistry competes heavily with established energy storage technologies, such as lead acid, in many of these applications. However, key performance characteristics have enabled lithium-ion to increase market penetration, resulting in growth opportunities. Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: OGES) has two production facilities in Melbourne, Florida, making high quality lithium-ion batteries with the ‘Made in the USA’ label.

Lithium-ion batteries are most commonly used in small consumer devices like smartphones and laptops. However, more recently, lithium-ion technology is being used in electric vehicles and storage applications. The electric car market is growing rapidly and, after visiting a local Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) dealership, the reasons are obvious. Someone can buy an electric car with 762 horsepower, drive it for 300 miles, recharge it from any common outlet or charge station for free, and continue on their cross-country trek. When buying an electric car, the purchaser receives a substantial tax credit and doesn’t have any maintenance issues – like an oil change or tire rotation – for 50,000 miles.

Oakridge Global is in position to benefit from this growing trend. Its innovative ‘Made in the USA’ product line includes multiple lithium-ion technologies and form factors that are optimized to address three high-demand target markets – including stationary and grid storage; motive applications, such as electric and hybrid electric fleet vehicles; and specialty applications, such as military, aerospace, marine, medical and telecom backup.

It’s only a matter of time before people begin calculating their yearly gas bill and compare it to the more efficient, environmentally friendly electric vehicle option. Charge stations are multiplying rapidly and many hotels are jumping on board by adding them to locations across the country. Oakridge Global offers a high quality product with domestic roots and, more importantly, domestic jobs. ‘Made in the USA’ is beginning to mean something again, and people are taking this into consideration when shopping for big purchase items such as cars, motorcycles, boats, RV’s, etc.

For more information, visit www.oakridgeglobalenergy.com

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Addresses the Needs of Both Parents and Children

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When adults walk into a Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) location, the message that greets them is “come in and relax.” When children step through the door, it’s “come in and play.” That Giggles N’ Hugs is able to effectively promote these competing, yet complementary ideas is a testament to how well the company excels in its niche market.

Giggles N’ Hugs owns and operates a trio of kid-friendly, adult-friendly and family-friendly restaurants in Southern California. The company’s award-winning restaurants are groundbreaking; each location unites high-end, organic food with active, cutting-edge play and entertainment for children. “Come eat and relax while the kids play” is Giggles’ N’ Hugs’ decisive appeal, and it is one that reaches directly into the hearts and minds of the parents who frequent its restaurants.

What Giggles N’ Hugs does successfully is no small feat. With its unique playscapes, which span anywhere from 900 to 2,000 square feet, the company lures in parents and kids, then gets them to stay longer.

By keeping Mom and Dad closely in mind, the company has been able to provide added benefits — both large and small — with far-reaching consequences. First, Giggles N’ Hugs offers charging stations and Wi-Fi for parents who wish to wait in the lounge areas next to the company’s play areas. Second, in addition to providing cushy play areas for kids (10 years and younger) and lounge areas for their adult parents, the company ensures that its restaurant offerings are healthier than other places. Third, it also maintains a drop-off service for parents who might need some time alone in order to get some shopping done. In providing play areas that are both lively and convenient, the company entices kids while also keeping its other key constituents — their parents — happy.

In the six years since its founding, Giggles N’ Hugs has proven its concept, and the opportunity to expand seems to be waiting in the wings. A ton of celebrities are already helping to promote the company, and, on top of that, the largest mall owners and mall designers in the U.S. (e.g. Westfield Corp. (OTC: WEFIF), Simon Property Group (NYSE: SPG) and General Growth Properties (NYSE:GGP)) have begun rolling out the red carpet to win the company as a tenant.

Learn more by visiting www.gigglesnhugs.com

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GTX Corp (GTXO) Schedules Presentation at 2nd Annual Innovations Investor Conference, Shareholder Meeting to Follow

February 4, 2016

GTX Corp. (OTC: GTXO), a provider of wearable monitoring and tracking solutions using GPS, Cellular and BLE technology, is set to present at the upcoming 2nd Annual Innovations Investor Conference in Miami, Florida, where the company will detail its market, partnerships, corporate operations and more, before hosting its own shareholder meeting the next day.

The 2nd Annual Innovations Investor Conference, taking place February 22, enables emerging public and private companies to showcase their products, services and programs, and creates an atmosphere where the companies can collaborate and exchange ideas with potential strategic partners, present their innovative technologies and products, network, and access private and institutional investors.

On February 23, GTX Corp will host its Shareholders Meeting, where shareholders can meet one-on-one with the company and hear about its plans for 2016.

“We plan to discuss a host of topics, including: the size and scope of our market and some new markets we are exploring, our technology roadmap and where we see the industry going, our channels of distributions and our recent expansion in Latin America. We plan to demonstrate the significance of our global partnerships and how the collective of these alliances are contributing to our growth and value proposition. We will discuss some of the recent insurance reimbursement codes and government vendor numbers we have been issued. And we will also discuss our IP portfolio and the recent patents we were granted from the family tree of patent 286, including how this affects our position in the multibillion dollar wearables industry. We look forward to seeing you in South Florida as we have a lot to talk about at the conference and more in depth at the shareholder meeting,” GTX Corp CEO Patrick Bertagna stated in the news release.

Conference Information: Monday, February 22, 2016, at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach, presented by SeeThruEquity and The Brewer Group.

Shareholder Meeting Information: Tuesday, February 23, 2015, at 10:30 a.m. at the Parkland Golf & Country Club, located at 10001 Old Club Rd, Parkland, Florida, 33076.

* The company encourages shareholders who have not yet registered to attend the Shareholders Meeting, to do so by February 15, 2016, by clicking on the investor page at www.gtxcorp.com

For more information, visit www.gtxcorp.com

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GTX Corp. (GTXO): GPS SmartSole Technology Provides Realistic Assistance for Alzheimer’s Patients and their Families

Alzheimer’s is the only cause of death in the top 10 in the U.S. that cannot be prevented, cured, or slowed. That’s a scary reality for families with loved ones afflicted with this disease. Acceptance is the first word that comes to mind for dealing with Alzheimer’s, and this means to accept the fact that your loved one is never going to be who they used to be. As a result, the best thing to do is to make their quality of life the best it can possibly be while they are still here on this earth. Alzheimer’s usually leads to wandering due to memory loss, which can be a terrifying situation as long as no preventative measures are applied. GTX Corp. (OTC: GTXO) offers its patented GPS-enabled “Smart” insoles, which fit easily into most adult shoes and let caregivers monitor the whereabouts of loved ones who may have a tendency to wander or are at risk of becoming disoriented and lost.

With GPS SmartSole, there’s no need for people living with Alzheimer’s to remember to carry a separate tracking device. They need only to slip on their shoes and go – like they normally would. You can track their location through any smartphone, tablet or web browser and set up text and e-mail alerts if they leave or enter defined areas on a map. The GPS SmartSole provides peace of mind for family members and those caring for the millions of people suffering from memory impairment and wandering, which can be caused by Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury or other cognitive memory disabilities.

Alzheimer’s is the sixth-leading cause of death in the U.S., and one in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, according to the Alzheimer’s Association website (http://dtn.fm/j50Hc). Only 45 percent of people with Alzheimer’s disease or their caregivers report being told of their diagnosis, whereas more than 90 percent of people with cancer report their diagnosis. Basically, individuals tend to ignore and avoid the problem instead of accepting things as they are and using a product like GTX Corp.’s SmartSole to always know where their loved ones are. GTXO offers a practical and realistic answer to this growing problem – every 67 seconds, someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer’s.

Looking the other way never solves anything. The first step toward progress and development is acknowledging what is and then using the resources available to make the best of the situation. A cure for Alzheimer’s may one day be discovered, but for now, we have to swallow the painful reality of our current circumstances and use technologies like GTX Corp.’s SmartSole to keep track of our loved ones.

For more information, visit www.gtxcorp.com

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Moxian’s (MOXC) Marketing Magic Casts a Spell on Youtube and Youku

Moxian, Inc (OTCQB: MOXC) is reaching a new generation of shoppers and merchants with its exciting promotional videos on YouTube and Youku. YouTube, according to Alexa Internet, which analyzes web traffic, is currently the world’s third most visited site, and stats published by YouTube itself claim the site has ‘over a billion users – almost a third of all people on the Internet – and every day, people watch hundreds of millions of hours of YouTube videos and generate billions of views.’ It’s certainly a good place to be, particularly if you’re targeting the young and the restless. Again according to YouTube, ‘YouTube overall, and even YouTube on mobile alone, reaches more 18 – 34 and 18 – 49 year-olds than any cable network in the U.S.’

YouTube viewership is important for Moxian (pronounced MO-SHUN), even though the company’s main area of operations is in mainland China. The population of the Chinese diaspora is huge. An Economist piece (http://dtn.fm/4ZEJe) of 2011 divulged that ‘More Chinese people live outside mainland China than French people live in France, with some to be found in almost every country.’ At that time, the population of France was about 65 million (It’s about 67 million now). Most of these overseas Chinese live, of course, in Asia. Thailand has over 9 million; Malaysia almost 7 million; Indonesia 2.8 million; and Myanmar, about 1.6 million. However, significant numbers live elsewhere and in the Americas. Peru and Canada each have roughly 1.3 million and 3.46 million persons who identify as Chinese live in the U.S.

Of course, YouTube is not accessible from China and hasn’t been since 2009, according to a CNN story (http://dtn.fm/W4HsM). On Monday, March 23rd of that year, Google reported ‘it began noticing a decline in traffic from China about noon. By early Wednesday, site users inside China continued to encounter an error message: “Network Timeout. The server at youtube.com is taking too long to respond.”

Moxian’s initial forays have taken it to mainland China. The Moxian platform was first offered in beta version in Shenzhen, a major city of over 10 million, noted for being ‘China’s first and one of the most successful Special Economic Zones (SEZ).’ In China, Youku takes the place of Youtube. Back in 2010, Youku’s CEO Victor Koo told Bloomberg, ‘he’s tired of being asked whether his company, China’s biggest online-video provider, is the nation’s version of YouTube or Hulu’. He replied, “It’s both and better.” A PRNewswire Press Release (http://dtn.fm/kta8D) from Youku stated, ‘Youku Tudou Inc. (NYSE: YOKU) is China’s leading Internet television company. Its Youku and Tudou Internet television platforms enable users to search, view and share high-quality video content quickly and easily across multiple devices. Its Youku brand and Tudou brand are among the most recognized online video brands in China.’

The Moxian videos on Youku are narrated by cartoon characters, which are favored in Asia. Moxian cleverly capitalizes on the admiration that the Chinese have for Americans and Europeans by marketing its platform in China as Spellthread. The Spellthread domain was acquired by the company under an Intangible Asset Transfer Agreement with Fensheng Kuan, which gave it the right to use www.moxian.com as well, according to an 8-K filing by the company in 2013.

One of the Youku Spellthread videos tells how the Spellthread+ App has ushered in the ‘no card payment era’ and gives details on how the hassle of making payments and carrying out transactions in China can be avoided. Although debit and credit card use is increasing rapidly, many Chinese still prefer to use cash. This can be challenging, since the largest banknote in circulation is the 100-yuan note. The video shows the main protagonist as he tries to purchase a house and make other transactions and concludes by saying how easy it is to send someone money, do shopping or save money with the Spellthread+ App.

Another video, on Youtube, has a human narrator, a Moxian Product Specialist, who begins by saying that the ‘Moxian App integrates social media, loyalty rewards and games into a single platform’ and that ‘Moxian is designed to bring fun, convenience and benefits to people’. The Product Specialist has ‘a friend named Peter, a loyal user of Moxian, who shares nice pictures, fine foods and beautiful scenery in “Moments” anytime, anywhere.’ They became friends by meeting in one of the “Interest Groups” that can be created on the Moxian platform. The Product Specialist asks and answers, “Want to find the best French restaurant downtown? A fashionable dress? A nice place to spend your holiday? How about great deals from nearby stores? Maybe you want to meet someone special? No problem! Moxian is a magical world where you can find anything you’re looking for. “

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Moxian.com

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Cherubim Interests, Inc. (CHIT) Is Cultivating Seeds for the Future

Cherubim Interests, Inc. (OTC: CHIT) is an atypical operator within the real estate development, alternative construction and controlled environment agriculture sectors. The company strives to make a positive impact on the communities surrounding its Texas base while protecting the reliability of its stockholders’ investments.

Squarely in an expansion stage, Cherubim Interests is focused on advancing its hybrid business model by leaps and bounds. In pursuit of this goal, Cherubim Interests employs novel business tactics and acquisition strategies to promote swift market growth and considerable financial growth. The company targets alternative, commercial, single and multifamily residences for investment purchase when opportunities are present. It also provides renovation services to the unit owners of third-party multifamily dwellings on a turn-key basis.

Cherubim Interests is managed by an experienced steering team comprised of directors with expertise in disciplines including property management, construction and finance. More than a buyer, the investment company has resolved to become a leader in these fields.

Cherubim Interests is already well-known for delivering beginning-to-end development programs for single, mixed-use and multifamily projects and properties. What’s more, the company’s specialties cover the full spectrum of real estate development – including due diligence, acquisition, planning, construction, renovation and property management.

In the decade since its founding, the company has targeted present and future market opportunities, especially in the fast-evolving industry that is the controlled environment agriculture sector. In this space, both Cherubim Interests and its subsidiary, BudCube Cultivation Systems, are well-placed to benefit from one feature of that market: the growing demand for grow space to accommodate legal medicinal and recreational cannabis and other plant species.

BudCube is in the midst of launching its beta test facility in Oregon. Initial plans are to expand via land acquisitions and pre-leasing programs into supplementary areas where medicinal or recreational cannabis cultivation is legal. Considering the many state-by-state legalization initiatives concerning medical cannabis that are in motion throughout the nation, BudCube stands to profit greatly as more cultivators seek to gain entry into this thriving industry.

BudCube’s area of focus is on movable, scalable plant cultivation facilities. In the cultivation industry, time really is money, and the BudCube team understands that. This is precisely where the company stands apart from others, with a proprietary, controlled environment cultivation model that is superior to conventional models and that speeds up the harvest and sales processes. Within a 28-week cycle, growers using the BudCube cultivation model can start producing crops and revenue faster than ever before. By leaning on Cherubim Interests’ real estate development and property management business model, BudCube can offer prospective cultivators quick entry into the fast-growing cannabis cultivation market at a price point that is extremely appealing when compared to traditional construction solutions.

For more information, visit www.cherubiminterests.com

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Looking To Lead Digital Commerce Market through Innovative Investment Ventures

Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) prides itself on developing advanced predictive data analytics applications for the mass consumer, telecommunications, and financial sectors. The company dedicates itself to providing digital commerce technologies and electronic payment solutions to these high-growth markets. Alternet sees the future of innovative payment solutions and its growing global demand.

Alternet offers payment technology solutions to financial organizations that need a wide range of payment options for their customers. These products can be used across many devices, such as point of sale, cell phones, PCs, tablets, and web applications. Plus, these products give specific and personalized capabilities to each organization. With these solutions, customers can expect expert knowledge in the mobile financial services industry. Alternet brings digital currency payment solutions, banking solutions, and digital payment services. The company markets to governments, financial services, and the banking industry around the globe.

The company also integrates analytics, micro segments, and marketing automation technology, so that companies can create a digital marketing decision matrix. This way, companies using this technology can discover unique audiences and overall trends to better market their products.

Part of what makes Alternet so successful comes from its investment interests in companies that have a unique idea to manage digital commerce, information, and payments. For example, Utiba Americas came out of the relationship between Alternet and Utiba Pte Ltd, a Singapore company that is a leader in mobile financial transactions. Being a major shareholder allowed Alternet to target mobile operations, financial institutions, money remitters, governments, and retailers with its solutions. Alternet also owns the majority of IMS (International Mobile Security), which gives the company the upper hand when it comes to addressing security concerns dealing with mobile commerce and transaction services.

Alternet’s subsidiaries hope to engage the company in the wider spectrum of digital commerce technologies. Utiba Americas expanded the company’s mobile service platform, while IMS intends to open up the multi-billion dollar global security market. Alternet aims to become a leader in the growing digital commerce market by continuing to absorb breakthrough companies.

For more information, visit www.alternetsystems.com

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Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. (TRCH) Well-Equipped To Profit amid Cheaper Oil with Premium Acreage Metrics in Texas and Kansas

In a tight oil market where the WTI price recently dipped below $30 a barrel again on the NYMEX, ranging down to around $26 a barrel in January (making it about half as expensive as milk on the Chicago futures market), only the best of the best can survive and thrive. Investors looking for E&P companies to add to their portfolios will want to focus on players that have a good mix of low lifting (production) costs, a solid footprint in established domestic plays with low jurisdictional risk and a balance sheet that is relatively clear of debt overhang.

One such company is Plano, Texas-based Torchlight Energy Resources (NASDAQ: TRCH), which, in this regard, made huge strides last year, achieving a total elimination of senior debt, divestment of non-core assets, and a successful reduction of overall lifting costs to under $15 a barrel. At the same time, the company has honed its primary focus and has set its sights on the potential billion-barrel Orogrande Basin discovery (http://dtn.fm/0w5Tt) (WolfPenn) in West Texas, where it owns a 47.5 percent working interest on 168,000 acres alongside Founders Oil and Gas, LLC. Torchlight drilled the Rich A-11 well (6,091 feet) on the Orogrande Project in March last year and subsequently executed a $50 million JV farm-out agreement with Midland, Texas-based Founders Oil and Gas, who initiated frac work on the well in November (http://dtn.fm/Fq4JD).

Torchlight’s five-year Orogrande lease (which offers exceptional five-year renewal terms) covers the majority of the Orogrande Basin, and the approximately 1,400 feet of pay being targeted here (at a highly economical depth of 4,000 to 6,100 feet) was originated by famed Permian Basin geologist Rich Masterson. Masterson, a recipient of the 2014 Hearst Energy Award for Technology, is the guy who originated the famous Wolfbone play in the Delaware Basin using a combination of old school mud log perusal, sample analysis, and pure experience-based instinct. The Wolfcamp and Bone Spring shales, readily characterized by high oil content and liquids-rich natural gas, are a key feature of the multi-horizon Delaware Basin, which is the foundation for horizontal development in the Greater Permian. The Orogrande formed at the same time as the Delaware and Midland basins, and the company expects a nice 80/20 mix of oil and high BTU gas from the analogous siltstone present at Orogrande.

The core siltstone target is a 700-foot interval of clean/contiguous pay that will be digested in two sections, with the lower section receiving the initial effort’s attention, and being used to establish production potential, as well as behavioral characteristics. A full suite of logs on the Rich A-11 were analyzed by Haliburton (NYSE: HAL) and found to be very promising, with superb shows in a variety of formations and good overall permeability. Moreover, while around 100 units of background gas were anticipated during drilling, Torchlight encountered as much as ten times that amount and core results showed good pay in the analyzed zones, with over 2,000 pounds of virgin pressure. There is a lot to be excited about here for Torchlight and its investors, as the estimated ultimate recovery (EUR) potential based on analogous Midland Basin EURs is in the neighborhood of four to six million barrels per section, with as many as eighteen horizontals per section.

Now, Torchlight isn’t just a one-trick pony, mind you. The company has an impressive (yet streamlined) portfolio of operated and non-operated positions under its belt, including the Marcelina Creek Project in South Texas, with its prime access to the Austin Chalk, Buda, and Eagle Ford formations. Marcelina is surrounded on all four sides by leading Eagle Ford producers; there are as many as seven horizontal drilling locations for all of the pay zones on the lease, and the lease actually offsets an excellent Buda field drilled by none other than Exxon (NYSE: XOM). The company has three producing wells with a combined BOPD of around 60 bbls already – 100 percent of CAPEX is paid by two of the company’s non-op industry partners, and Torchlight is preparing to drill a second Austin Chalk well sometime here in Q1.

On February 1, Torchlight announced a successful re-entry to one of its over 20 drilling locations on the Marcelina Project’s lease, where the company owns 75 percent WI on a 1,080-acre block, as well as a 50 percent WI on a smaller 280 acre block. The company’s Johnson #4 was drilled out laterally into the Austin Chalk about 2,500 feet and has subsequently shown increasing fluid and gas entry (http://dtn.fm/9M6xB), with 540 bbls over three eight-hour days, and liquids-rich gas up to 80 percent oil cut. With the shut in tubing holding steady around 470 PSI and good swab results thus far, Torchlight is quite excited about forthcoming initial production figures from this recompleted well that was previously running only 10 BOPD. Investors should keep an ear to the ground in coming weeks for an update from the company on the Johnson #4 and take note of how Torchlight has unlocked serious potential here at Marcelina from what was a marginally producing well – a feat which indicates similar potential across the company’s promising asset base and also reinforces the validity of its exploitation thesis that is being applied selectively thereto.

Torchlight also has a JV with Ring Energy (NYSE MKT: REI) to do E&P in the massive Hugoton Field area of Kansas, where the company is matching Ring Energy’s lease cost by drilling wells, and stands to end up owning a 50 percent interest across the entire 17,000-plus acre block. With numerous shallow pay zones around 5,200 feet, ranging from the Chase Formation through to Mississippian Age carbonates, cheap vertical well completion totals of around $550,000, and anticipated initial production levels in the neighborhood of 100 to 300 BOPD – Torchlight has every reason to be eager about seeing new well starts here in Q2 targeting the Morrow Formation.

In addition, Torchlight has some choice assets at the Cimarron Project outside Oklahoma City in the Edmonds Field that it is currently selling, and has already announced the first of six intended sales. This first sale, to Husky Ventures, will reportedly bring in over $1.4 million net from a $4.6 million price tag, and has already produced a partial cash closing for the company.

These are exciting times for this lean and mean E&P junior, which is focused squarely on profitable domestic drilling, as well as working interest programs with a near-term payback window.

For more information, visit http://www.torchlightenergy.com/

Pudo, Inc. (PDPTF) Offers a Creative Solution to End the Hassles of Package Pickup and Delivery

Named one of the most innovative public technology companies by the Canadian Innovation Exchange in 2015, Ontario-based Pudo, Inc. (OTCQB: PDPTF) represents one of the latest “why didn’t I think of that” ideas. The company’s idea, now available across Canada and the U.S., is a customizable pick-up and drop-off service, allowing anyone to specify one of thousands of third-party locations where packages can be picked up or dropped off for delivery.

What that means for the consumer is that they don’t have to worry about not being at home for a delivery or trying to get to the post office or a distant shipping center before it closes. Instead, they can have the package delivered to what the company calls PUDO Points, which can be a nearby convenience or grocery store or even a gas station, any one of thousands of places that are part of the company’s growing partner network. The consumer is notified by email when the item arrives, and then simply picks the package up there, at locations that are convenient to reach and open long hours, 7-days-a-week. Additionally, anyone can also ship packages from the same locations, at times when other options are closed. For the consumer the only requirement is that they become a free PUDO member.

It’s a service that is obviously great for the consumer, but it’s also valuable to the partner-store because of the increased traffic it draws. As the PUDO user community grows, greater traffic will be generated. PUDO supplies partners with technology to coordinate shipments, and provides courier arrangements to attract foot traffic and PUDO members for domestic and international shipping. PUDO members receive discounts on their shipping and stores earn revenue. In addition, PUDO gives training to ensure consistent service standards are met.

PUDO already has affiliate agreements with some of North America’s best-known retailers, including Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY), Hudson’s Bay (OTC: HBAYF), and Walmart (NYSE: WMT), and it has recently entered into a marketing agreement with Innovative Marketing to provide PUDO with advertising and investor relations services. The company is now planning to raise up to $1.375 million through a non-brokered private placement, to “pursue the expansion of their location network in Canada and the United States, pursue strategic partners and retailers, and for general working capital”.

For more information visit: www.pudoinc.com or www.pudopoint.com.

Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK): Healthy Living Should Start with Our Children

Building good habits is the key for living a longer and healthier life. Developing these behaviors during adolescence can be an added benefit, as habits will develop and grow into a healthier adulthood. As individuals, our behavior is simply a stream of habits, which can be good or bad for our physical, mental, and emotional health. Eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, and constantly learning and growing mentally are the foundation for a healthy lifestyle, and should be practiced regularly and early on in life.

If you’re not sure where to begin when it comes to building better dietary habits, begin with grocery shopping. Shopping for ingredients for an entire week’s meals can be a daunting task, even for the seasoned soccer mom with years of PTA experience. One company’s mission is to make this process easier while educating consumers throughout the process – Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK). CNCK’s suite of mobile apps (ContentChecked, SugarChecked, and MigraineChecked) allows shoppers to set their dietary restrictions, and scan the barcodes of food items to quickly and easily find out if that product is suitable for their dietary needs. If the product is not suitable for the user, then the apps will offer similar alternatives that do meet their dietary needs. Recipes that are catered to each user’s specific dietary restrictions are also available in the apps.

In a recent article on the Jakarta Post website (http://dtn.fm/c4vK8), journalist Stuti Agrawal emphasized the importance of a healthy lifestyle for teenagers: “Firstly, in the early stages of adolescence, the body requires a lot of calories. In general, teenage boys need to consume 2,800 calories each day and teenage girls need to consume 2,200 calories per day. An excessive intake of calories can result in serious health problems such as obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Obesity is most common among teens today because of the wrong choices they make in their diet. Today, junk food such as pizza, burgers, fries and soda, which have little nutritional value and contain excessive fat, sugar, salt and calories, are the major portion of teenagers’ diets.”

A healthy exercise routine is essential for maintaining proper body weight. If you stay active by doing simple everyday tasks, such as walking your dog, taking your kids to the park, making smart decisions at the grocery store, and cooking balanced meals, you will be much more likely to attain and maintain a healthy body without having to spend two or three hours at the gym every single day.

Lastly, exercising and advancing your mind is an imperative component in maintaining and improving your overall quality of life. Effectuate a healthy lifestyle – it’s never too early or too late to start!

For more information, visit www.contentchecked.com

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Covered in Analyst Report by Leading Investment Research Firm

February 3, 2016

Earlier today, Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI) announced the release of a research report from Caprock Research, a leading provider of fee-based independent investment research covering a growing assortment of publicly-traded companies. In the report, Alternet received an ‘accumulate’ recommendation alongside a near-term price per share (PPS) target of $0.05 and a long-term PPS target of $0.17.

To view the report in its entirety, visit http://www.wallstreetcornerreport.com/alyi-report

The report gives prospective investors insight into Alternet’s entrance into the mobile financial services and mobile security industries in 2009, as well as its sale of Utiba America’s assets in 2014. Last year, the company began offering its products and services commercially – including retail and consumer payment mechanisms, fintech solutions, point of sale infrastructure and, most recently, data analytics tools and solutions. As a result, Alternet currently “sits at the intersection of two large and quickly growing markets,” according to the Caprock Research report. The global point of sale market was valued at $36.86 billion in 2013, according to Transparency Market Research, while the market for data analytics was estimated at $125 billion in 2015.

“Alternet has a successful history of developing and commercializing young digital commerce technologies,” Henryk Dabrowski, chief executive officer of Alternet, stated in a news release. “We are now building upon that history to develop and commercialize an expanded portfolio of new key technologies into the burgeoning big data analytics sector.”

Wall Street Corner, which identified Alternet as a “promising, undervalued emerging technology leader” in a special report last month (http://dtn.fm/gjZ3Z), engaged Caprock Research to initiate ongoing research coverage of the company moving forward. An updated report is expected to be released following the filing of Alternet’s 2015 audited financial report in the coming weeks.

For more information, visit www.alternetsystems.com

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Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (SMRS) Encouraged Following Review of Industry Guide 7 Mineral Reserve Report on Balmat Mine

Earlier today, Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (OTC: SMRS) announced the reception of an Industry Guide 7 (IG7) Mineral Reserve Report for its recently acquired Balmat mine property in St. Lawrence County, New York. The report supports Star Mountain’s initial reserve estimates regarding the property, reflecting roughly 585,000 tons of proven and probable reserves with a 9.2 percent grade zinc that’s expected to generate an estimated $80.8 million in revenue over an initial 2.5-year mine plan. The IG7 Report also highlighted additional mineralized material adjacent to the current reserves, which are expected to be reclassified to reserve status in the future and play a key role in the execution of a larger, 8.5-year mine plan.

“We believe the findings in the IG7 report are very positive and reaffirm our confidence that the geological and engineering conditions reflected in the long production history of the Balmat mining operation can be sustained well into the future beyond the initial 2.5-year plan,” Joe Marchal, chief executive officer of Star Mountain, stated in the news release. “We continue to evaluate the current zinc market and the best strategy to move forward with a production plan and schedule.”

The IG7 Report also offered information on the condition of the Balmat property’s existing infrastructure. A key takeaway from the report was that the Balmat Mine and mill remain in good condition, ready to be placed into production with minimal expense and time. Upgrades to the mine’s ventilation system and modifications to the diesel equipment fleet will be necessary in order to adhere to more stringent diesel particulate matter regulations, which have been adopted since the mine was placed on care and maintenance, but the mine was still described as “a low cost fully mechanized operation,” clearing the way for recommencement of mining operations in the months to come.

“The report recommends initiatives we plan to pursue aimed at lowering operating expenses, increasing zinc recovery and concentrate grades and minimizing internal mine dilution,” stated Mark Osterberg, president and chief operating officer of Star Mountain. “We are very encouraged by the report and look forward to developing a strategy to move forward in a timely, cost effective and profitable manner.”

Star Mountain previously announced the acquisition of the Balmat mining complex in November as part of its agreement to acquire Northern Zinc and Balmat Holding Corporation, including St. Lawrence Zinc Company, LLC. The mining complex includes a permitted and equipped zinc mine, a 5,000 ton per day floatation mill, an office complex and the infrastructure necessary to enable to operation of the mine. In total, the acquisition included 2,699 acres of fee simple real estate and over 50,000 acres of mineral rights within St Lawrence County, New York, and its neighboring counties.

For more information, visit www.starmountainresources.com

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Halitron, Inc. (HAON) Lays Tracks for Success Built on Strong Acquisition, CEO Acumen

There’s hardly an industry or company that wouldn’t benefit from a profitable, strategic acquisition. Identifying a qualifying candidate, conducting due diligence, obtaining the financing, and executing the overall acquisition is where it gets tricky, but for the management team at Halitron, Inc. (OTC: HAON), well-calculated and successful acquisitions are first nature.

Focusing on sales, marketing and manufacturing businesses, Halitron strategizes to acquire bankrupt, distressed or insolvent companies and roll them into one operating infrastructure. The company recently entered into three separate letters of intent regarding profit-generating acquisitions expected to generate over $1 million in annualized sales. With completion expected in the first quarter, the company says these acquisitions will serve as the base of operations from which Halitron will explore future add-on acquisitions.

One specific challenge of the typical acquisition model is managing the costs associated with manufacturing, distribution and overhead. Halitron overcomes this obstacle by targeting several strategic acquisitions to maintain a low overhead for manufacturing, distribution, sales, and marketing techniques, primarily focusing on highly scalable digital marketing.

The company aims to take advantage of NAFTA and low DUTY costs, as well as low freight expenses, by owning the brands that sell to the end user, using its company-owned manufacturing center, and then distributing the products from a single distribution center in Tijuana, Mexico.

This business model enables Halitron to operate at high gross margins and implement online digital marketing techniques designed to drive sales growth of the brands it owns.

“Throughout the fourth quarter we focused on building a pipeline of acquisitions to lever a business model that includes a strong manufacturing base located just over the border from San Diego, California,” Halitron CEO Bernard Findley stated in a news release earlier this week. “Halitron, Inc. will acquire recognized brands that primarily sell product throughout the U.S. market. By manufacturing product and selling to the end user, this vertically integrated business model will be able to operate profitably and will be developed as a platform to absorb newly acquired businesses and then ‘roll’ them into the existing infrastructure.”

Findley has 20 years of experience working with small- to mid-size businesses. The first part of his career focused on growth opportunities in which he would build up sales and sell the businesses, and the latter part orchestrating a roll-up of 16 bankrupt, insolvent, and distressed brands. He has worked in many industries like medical devices, promotional products, and direct marketing, and over the past five years has rolled up and then exited 16 brands that, without his guidance, were bankrupt or out of business. Today, these brands exist and are operating under new owners.

As CEO of Halitron, he now applies his knowledge of how to take advantage of strengths within a business, reshape the business plan, and then execute on the deliverables.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.halitroninc.com.

International Stem Cell Corporation (ISCO) Continues Upward Climb toward Changing the Face of Regenerative Medicine

February 2, 2016

A California-based biotechnology company, International Stem Cell Corporation (OTCQB: ISCO) focuses its energies on developing restorative medicine using stem cell technology. Its innovative parthenogenesis technology uses human stem cells derived from unfertilized oocytes (eggs), which helps the company avoid any ethical issues involving the destruction of viable human embryos. ISCO also produces and markets cells and growth media for therapeutic research worldwide through its subsidiary, Lifeline Cell Technology. For even more revenue, the company’s other subsidiary, Lifeline Skin Care, markets and sells a skin care line that promises rejuvenation and beauty.

In December, Lifeline Skin Care launched its Molecular Renewal Serum™, just in time for the holidays. This product contains an impressive nano-compound that works with skin to replenish elasticity and smoothness. During testing, the serum showed improvement in skin’s resilience and a decrease in roughness without any negative side effects. The serum also stimulates collagen production, which lends strength to skin by regrowing dead skin cells.

That same month, ISCO announced that it had entered a master clinical research agreement with Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, one of the world’s leading brain research centers. The agreement cleared the way for scientists to conduct a Phase I/IIa clinical trial studying the effects of human parthenogenetic stem cells in people with Parkinson’s disease. Patients are to be enrolled during the first quarter of 2016.

ISCO’s groundbreaking stem cells are created by stimulating oocytes into dividing themselves into histocompatible cells. The company strives to create immune matching cells, so that people do not reject the treatment. So far, ISCO scientists have developed the first line of stem cells that can be used as therapeutic cells for millions of people with minimal rejection. The company also aligns itself with the UniStemCell Bank, the first collection of non-embryonic stem cells, in the hopes of increasing widespread use and scientific breakthroughs.

With the steady financial growth of ISCO and its subsidiaries, the company hopes to continue making great strides in regenerative techniques for eye, liver, and nervous system diseases.

For more information, visit www.internationalstemcell.com

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Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (AVDX) Positioned to Expand Clinical Pipeline following Entry into Letter of Intent to Merge with Amarantus Diagnostics

Late last month, Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (OTCQB: AVDX) made headlines when it announced plans to merge with Amarantus Diagnostics, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Amarantus Bioscience Holdings, Inc. (OTCQX: AMBS). Under the terms of the previously announced Letter of Intent, Avant will issue 80 million shares of common stock to Amarantus upon execution of definitive merger agreements, which will represent roughly 45 percent of Avant’s post-merger common stock. An additional 10 million shares of common stock will be transferred upon achievement of predetermined sales milestones. According the company’s news release, the transaction is expected to be finalized in the second quarter of 2016, setting the stage for tremendous opportunities to progress Avant’s highly valuable diagnostic assets in the areas of oncology and neurology.

“After exploring numerous avenues for implementing Avant’s OvaDx® development and commercialization strategy, it is clear that combining Avant’s and Amarantus’ diagnostic assets and core competencies forms a platform that provides maximum value to our collective shareholders,” Gregg Linn, president and chief executive officer of Avant, stated in a news release.

The operational synergies between the two companies are expected to create significant opportunities for financial growth following completion of the proposed merger. Both Amarantus Diagnostics and Avant possess assets with the potential to provide early and actionable information to physicians and researchers by harnessing the power of biomarkers based in the immune system in disease areas that previously yielded results of limited value. Avant’s OvaDx® immuno-oncology diagnostic assay, for example, represents a significant improvement in the screening and diagnosis of ovarian cancer. Upon commercialization, it’s estimated that the market opportunity for OvaDX could be $50 million annually as a diagnostic test for ovarian cancer, and it could expand to over $2 billion if the test were to be approved as a generalized screening and/or monitoring tool.

“The collective diagnostic assets will create a truly unique opportunity to implement our respective missions of saving and enhancing lives through early detection of disease in oncology and neurology,” continued Linn. “The combined companies will enjoy additional benefits by creating a compelling platform to showcase the power diagnostics have to reduce costs and improve outcomes in the healthcare system.”

Amarantus Diagnostics’ development pipeline is expected to have similarly expansive market potential upon commercial approval. Its MSPrecise® neuroimmunology-based next-generation sequencing diagnostic assay for multiple sclerosis (MS), which is expected to greatly improve the diagnostic accuracy rate in MS while reducing costs for payers, will target a $200 million market, with the potential to address additional markets as a monitoring tool to measure the efficacy of drug treatment over time. Amarantus is also developing its innovative LymPro Test®, a neuroimmunology-based flow cytometry assay, for the early detection of Alzheimer’s disease.

Gerald E. Commissiong, president and chief executive officer of Amarantus, summarized the two companies’ optimism regarding the tremendous commercial potential of the merged company in a recent news release.

“We believe that combining these state-of-the-art technologies with a deep understanding of chronic disease rooted in immunology will produce a world-class diversified immuno-oncology and neuroimmunology focused diagnostics company able to deliver actionable information to physicians seeking to provide the most tailored treatment options for patients, while also assisting the research community in developing new medicines for these devastating disorders,” he said.

For more information, visit the company website at www.avantdiagnostics.com

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Giggles N’ Hugs (GIGL) Building Shareholder Value by Delivering Fun and Nutrition to Mall Goers in Convenient Packages

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Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) is focused on offering families with children a safe and fun place to play and eat good food. The company’s themed settings are loaded with the things kids love, and they’re also designed in a way that parents can enjoy. When was the last time you or your child were invited to a Rock ‘n Roll birthday party? Sounds fun, doesn’t it? GIGL offers three full membership packages designed to help parents save money and make fun memories simultaneously.

The company’s birthday party packages offer some of the best kid parties in Los Angeles, including nutritious menus that kids love and parents approve, over 6,000 square feet of play space, a professional and friendly staff, themes and options for beers/wine or mimosas for adults. There is also an option to have the party brought to you.

Giggles N’ Hugs membership plans are offered with one-, three- and six-month options. They offer unlimited play and fun for all who attend. The one-month unlimited play membership gives parents and kids 30 days of nonstop fun. Packages include a one child $35 package, a two child $59 package and a three child $85 option.

Family memberships include access to the Giggles N’ Hugs restaurant and play space. The play spaces are cool and neat for younger and older kids. For convenience, the one-month unlimited play membership is available at all three Giggle N’ Hugs locations – including Century City, Topanga and Glendale.

The three-month membership is also available at all three locations. With this package, the children’s play space is available for 90 consecutive days, making the offering a great choice for those who want to make Giggles N’ Hugs a routine or seasonal stop. Package details include one child for $89, two children for $155 and three children for $215.

The six-month package is a half-year of fun and a lifetime of memories. The six-month restaurant and play space package gives parents and kids the chance to loosen up and have a great time for 182 days straight. Package prices are one child for $165, two children for $299 and three children for $379.

Giggles N Hugs, Inc. owns and operates kid-friendly restaurants with play areas for children who are 10 years and younger. The company owns and operates a restaurant in the Westfield Mall in Century City, a restaurant in the Westfield Topanga shopping center in Woodland Hills, and a restaurant in the Glendale Galleria in Glendale, California. Giggles N Hugs, Inc. was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.

Learn more by visiting www.gigglesnhugs.com

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Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (SMRS) Advances from Exploration to Production with Acquisition of Balmat Zinc Mine

February 1, 2016

Companies in the mining business are frequently exploring new avenues to make the jump from an exploration stage company up to a sought after company with revenue production. Much like a caterpillar has a relatively dull, uneventful life until it reaches the cocoon stage and emerges as a beautiful butterfly with wings to explore and display its magnificence for the entire world to enjoy, Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (OTC: SMRS) has been in the dull exploration stage searching for a reliable property to call home before it can reap the benefits of mining operations and revenue production. Well, with the recent announcement of its acquisition of the Balmat Zinc Mine in New York, Star Mountain has emerged from its cocoon, so to speak, and should have a much more eventful life moving forward.

The Balmat mining complex – including a 4,000-foot-deep mine, a 5,000-ton-per day flotation mill, an office building and necessary infrastructure for mine operation – was originally shuttered as a result of declining zinc prices, but forecasts for the coming months are promising. According to Mark Osterberg, president and chief operating officer of Star Mountain, zinc prices are set to increase beginning next year following the closure of several zinc mines with depleted reserves.

Demand is the driving force behind most operational business decisions. Basically, if the demand for zinc increases, the price will go up, and companies with proven reserves and production will be very happy – along with their shareholders. This acquisition and the company’s announcement to begin the hiring process for the Balmat Mine may have given Star Mountain the jolt it needed to attract the attention of new investors and analysts. One thing is for sure: once a company starts producing revenue, more people are going to realize that it has started to walk the walk instead of just talking the talk. Making good on your plans and promises is essential for establishing and maintaining your reputation, which, in the small and micro cap space, is worth its weight in gold, or zinc in this case.

For more information, visit www.starmountainresources.com

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FlexWeek, Inc. (FXWK) turns Timeshare Re-Sales into a Picnic

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Banner days are back for the timeshare industry. According to the recently published State of the Vacation Timeshare Industry: United States Study 2015 Edition, in 2014, the last full year for which data is available, the U.S. timeshare industry grew faster than the economy. U.S. GDP growth in 2014 was 2.4 percent, while the study estimates U.S. timeshare industry growth at a strong 4 percent. Total sales volume increased from $7.6 billion in 2013 to $7.9 billion in 2014. Since 2010, sales volume has been rising steadily. It was $6.4 billion in 2010; $6.5 billion in 2011; $6.9 billion in 2012; $7.6 billion in 2013; and $7.9 billion in 2014, recording a compound annual growth rate of 4.3 percent over the five year period. Timeshare sales volume peaked at $10.6 billion in 2007 and fell significantly in the next two years due to the recession – hitting a floor at $6.3 billion in 2009. Since then, the industry has undergone a steady resurgence. 2014 marked the fifth straight year of increases in sales volume. With sales on the upswing, re-sale growth has been rising as well.

Timeshares offer the opportunity to own or have use of a vacation home for a set time every year on a recurring basis. The American Resort Development Association (ARDA) calls them ‘vacation ownership’ and explains in a promotional brochure: ‘Owning a timeshare is your ticket to better vacationing. This means an ever-expanding choice of accommodations, amenities, locations, pricing, use plans, and timeshare exchange. You can tailor vacations to meet your lifestyle needs and travel dreams at more than 5,000 resorts in almost 100 countries around the world.’ Many timeshare contracts give the purchaser a deeded interest in real estate and grant ownership rights in the property at a fraction of its total cost. The timeshare owner will pay an annual maintenance fee. The typical timeshare arrangement is for a week or two. Longer periods are referred to as fractionals. Large resort owners who develop the properties will usually offer programs that allow timeshares to be traded. Someone who owns a timeshare to a property in Florida may do a swap with someone who owns a timeshare to a property in Hawaii. This is a large market, since, undoubtedly, preferences change over time. As the old saying goes, variety is the spice of life.

The anecdotal evidence seems to suggest that selling a timeshare is not so easy, however. Data on the resale market is difficult to obtain, but, judging from the prices, it’s a buyer’s market. According to Redweek.com (http://dtn.fm/2c3MG), which bills itself as the largest online marketplace for timeshares for sale, ‘Timeshare re-sales… are typically priced 30-50% below the original developer or resort price.’ A story (http://dtn.fm/Pg0Jk) in Kiplinger backs that up: ‘With brand-name developments, such as Disney, Marriott and Wyndham, you typically pay 30% to 50% less than the developer’s price. You’ll save more money buying from a lesser-known developer – probably 50% to 70% off the property’s price when it was first put on the market.’

There are two large exchange companies, Interval International and RCI (formerly Resort Condominiums International), that offer both timeshares by developers and those for re-sale. Typically, timeshare owners are allowed to save or ‘bank’ vacation time for use in a subsequent year. This is usually a prerequisite to trading the timeshare. But FlexWeek (OTC: FXWK) allows owners to share and exchange their timeshares directly with other owners and non-owners alike. The FlexWeek platform eliminates the need for timeshare owners to bank unused weeks with existing high fee trading networks such as RCI and Interval International. FlexWeek is a true peer-to-peer network that empowers individuals to arrange travel with one another based on true supply and demand metrics.

FlexWeek is a pioneer in the global peer-to-peer (P2P) marketplace with the introduction of a unique platform that allows timeshare owners to discover, book and offer unused vacation time directly to the public and other timeshare owners. This approach eliminates the need for timeshare owners to use costly trading platforms while potentially reducing unused timeshare inventory.

For more information, visit www.flexweek.com

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Pulmatrix, Inc. (PULM) COPD Treatment Candidate Reinforces Sweeping Potential of Company’s Proprietary iSPERSE Inhaled Dry Powder Tech

According to the latest official data published by the American Lung Association, the extremely debilitating and incurable progressive lung disease known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) currently impacts as many as 24 million Americans (http://dtn.fm/4hUgy). The WHO estimates that by 2030, COPD will be the third leading cause of death and has ruled the disease a global epidemic. This statistic is, unfortunately, already true here in the U.S., where we have around 13.6 million cases currently diagnosed. COPD is actually a catch-all term for a host of lung diseases and associated ailments, like chronic bronchitis (increased mucus and inflammation) and emphysema (progressive alveoli damage), as well as refractory asthma and bronchiectasis (scarring/enlargement in damaged airways), to name but a few.

Naturally, because there is no cure, there is a sizable and growing treatment market for COPD, and one whose growth is being spurred on globally by an increasingly elderly population. In fact, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that the older population in America alone will increase by some 120 percent through 2060. Compared to 2013’s ratio of about 14 percent (one out of every seven citizens), the number of COPD patients will more than double over this interval, to a total somewhere around 100 million.

Given that women are at particular mortality risk (http://dtn.fm/bogA1) due to a sizable uptick in female smokers starting around the late 1960’s, and that women have an inordinate susceptibility to COPD when compared to men, due to their smaller-on-average lungs and the fact that estrogen plays a key role in the worsening of the disease, COPD-related death is notably higher among women. The roughly 7 million women in the U.S. who are currently diagnosed with COPD are not only severely debilitated by an inability to breathe properly, they face a higher risk of having their lives cut short by this disease, which was historically considered to be more of a man’s disease. A four-fold increase in fatalities among women over the past three decades has thrown a bright spotlight on how misdiagnosed the disease is among women, but the problem still persists, meaning that the emergence of new and easy to use treatments are highly sought after by this eager demographic.

Thankfully a number of treatments have already emerged to help prevent complications, such as airflow obstruction and bronchospasm, in COPD patients, including GlaxoSmithKline’s (NYSE: GSK) Anoro Ellipta, a so-called LAMA/LABA (long-acting muscarinic antagonist/beta agonist) once-daily, which was designed to also help maintain profitability for GSK as its mainstay Seretide/Advair (salmeterol and fluticasone) product is opened up to generic competition. One of the big hurdles generics have faced, however, is the difficulty in getting the delivery mechanism, an inhaler, properly designed – a factor which has led to much slower than expected onset of generic competition for GSK. Novartis (NYSE: NVS) also made progress in this same area last year with solid results in a pivotal U.S. Phase III clinical trial of twice-daily QVA149 (indacaterol/glycopyrronium bromide) and NVA237 (glycopyrronium bromide), as well as a more recent expansion of its relationship with Qualcomm’s (NASDAQ: QCOM) Qualcomm Life subsidiary, aimed at powering Novartis’ next-gen Breezhaler delivery system for its COPD portfolio (Onbrez, Seebri and Ultibro).

According to leading business intelligence provider GBI Research, the global COPD market is estimated to be worth approximately $11.3 billion (http://dtn.fm/vJc6I) and is on-track to grow by around 38 percent over the next few years, reaching upwards of $15.6 billion on the strength of LABA/LAMA bronchodilators by 2019. One of the extremely attractive contenders amid this multibillion dollar market is clinical stage biopharma Pulmatrix (NASDAQ: PULM), which has already completed a Phase 1b in patients with moderate to severe COPD using its branded generic bronchodilator PUR0200, for which there is currently no generic competition. PUR0200 has demonstrated efficacy at a much smaller dose than the reference target and the Phase 1b also clearly documented the efficiency of what is the company’s first small molecule formulation using its iSPERSE inhaled dry powder technology (http://dtn.fm/mW252), via comparison with traditional lactose blend formulations.

This is great news for the company and indicates to investors the potential for PULM’s technology, considering how iSPERSE now very strikingly appears to have the potential to enable delivery of entirely new classes of compounds directly to the lungs, something not possible with traditional lactose delivery technologies. An R&D partnership with global pharmaceutical developer and generics juggernaut Mylan (NASDAQ: MYL) in Europe spells big things for Pulmatrix’s PUR0200, and the drug could become the first branded generic for what is a roughly $5 billion segment of the larger global COPD market.

Moreover, the company has a robust IP position with some 37 issued patents worldwide covering its core dry powder technology, iSPERSE (inhaled small particles easily respirable and emitted), a proprietary platform solution that hurdles many of the lagging formulation problems facing the industry today that are typically seen with other lactose blend and metered dose inhaler technologies. Because iSPERSE particles don’t require a carrier such as lactose and can be engineered to carry anywhere from less than one percent to more than eighty percent of an active pharmaceutical ingredient (API), Pulmatrix has an extremely versatile delivery technology on its hands that is suitable for a wide range of drug loading roles – from small molecules, to peptides and proteins, or even antibodies. Pulmatrix could go toe to toe and even surpass sector heavy-hitters such as AstraZeneca (NYSE: AZN) and Bayer (OTC: BAYRY) in certain areas of the COPD market with this technology, and the company’s team of engineers have a deep understanding of the iSPERSE platform that spans the implantation gamut, from feasibility to clinical manufacturing, something which makes PULM a force to be reckoned with when it comes to novel inhalation products.

Indeed, such formulation prowess is just the tip of the iceberg for PULM’s iSPERSE platform, as the technology features numerous other characteristics that set it apart from competitors when it comes to significantly improving the treatment of a whole host of pulmonary diseases, as well as opening the door to important new inhalation products with important characteristics such as reproducible, one-step, scalable manufacturing – using a unique spray drying process that offers high quality, consistent yields of end product, which are completely independent of specific API physical chemistries. When you stack this advantage up against the optimum dispersibility across a range of flow rates, noting that iSPERSE formulations nevertheless feature consistent emitted dose and particle sizes, one can see that you get an easy to churn out, reliable dosing solution, a solution which is right for all patient populations and which uniquely addresses the problem of delivery variance from patient to patient.

Additionally, because iSPERSE allows for the delivery of macromolecules and biologics such as antibodies, peptides and nucleic acids across such wide range of drug loads – and because the technology enables the creation of dual and even triple homogenous combinations of multiple drugs – this platform technology is an ideal vehicle for Pulmatrix’s future candidates, and the Pulmatrix pipeline (http://dtn.fm/4vAdS) already offers some other exciting candidates alongside its lead, such as PUR1900 and PUR1500, designed (respectively) to treat the pulmonary fungal infections that affect half or more of all cystic fibrosis patients, as well as the loss of lung tissue oxygen transport capability common in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

PUR1900 is particularly interesting, as it has been shown to be both active and potent in animal models (http://dtn.fm/6HxEb), achieving high lung concentrations and low systemic exposure, and because it would be the first ever inhalable anti-fungal for cystic fibrosis. Because PUR1900 directly targets aspergillus infection – which is typical of several other conditions such as suppressed immune function among leukemia-related chemotherapy or tuberculosis, and is seen in non-invasive nose, ear and eye infections – there are tantalizing upper limits when it comes to PUR1900’s broader applicability.

With a $1.7 million NIH research grant under its belt to work on an inhaled anti-fibrotic with Celdara, Inc. (http://dtn.fm/bTLl5), as well as a strong cash position of some $22 million (http://dtn.fm/FE1f9) that should see development efforts at the company through to the middle of next year, Pulmatrix is in an enviable position, with a robust pipeline of candidates, the capital muscle, and the bedrock tech to back up its aspirations. The company has a truly impressive drug delivery/manufacturing technology in iSPERSE that should continue to produce upside moving forward and investors will want to keep a close eye on PULM for news regarding further PUR0200 developments that are on the immediate horizon.

Take a closer look, visit http://pulmatrix.com/index.php

OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Partners with Leading Software and Solutions Provider to Drive Innovation in Pet Industry

Earlier today, OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) announced a new strategic partnership with Aplix IP Holdings Corp., a leading Japan-based software and solutions provider, designed to help the company enhance the bond between pets and humans through the development of innovative new products fueled by smart technology.

According to the American Pet Products Association, there are approximately 85.5 million domesticated cats and 77.8 million domesticated dogs in the United States, and owners are spending more than ever on their furry family members. Over the past 20 years, the U.S. pet industry has grown from $16 billion to over $60 billion, and additional, sustained growth appears to be on the horizon. OurPet’s is aware of this growth, and the company’s goal, through its partnership with Aplix, is to employ technology related to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to develop products that improve the relationship between pets and pet owners by providing harmonious, healthy experiences for the animal.

“We literally searched the world for the strategic partner who shares the same passion as we do and would closely work with us to bring these ideas to reality,” Dr. Steve Tsengas, chief executive officer of OurPet’s, stated in the news release. “We’re fortunate to have found what we were looking for in Aplix of Japan, a world leader in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi design, development and manufacture of related components.”

Moving forward, Aplix will work with OurPet’s to help the company advance development of its innovative product line, which targets unmet needs in the expansive pet supply industry. The two partners have already invested “extensive resources” toward the development of new products that implement smart technology, according to Tsengas, and additional collaborations resulting from this strategic partnership are expected to contribute to the development of marketable breakthroughs on a forward path toward commercialization.

OurPet’s has a long history of driving innovation in the pet industry, beginning with its launch in 1995. The company’s intellectual property portfolio currently includes more than 160 issued or pending patents – including proven products such as the Big Dog Feeder® elevated feeders, Play-N-Squeak® cat toys, and SmartScoop® automated litter box. Today, more than 75 percent of OPCO’s revenue is derived from the sale of its proprietary products. By partnering with Aplix, the company is demonstrating a commitment to building on its history of innovation by driving the evolution of the growing pet industry into the future.

“We have experienced rapid growth in sales and profits by means of a simple strategy – listening to pet owners and retailers and applying our extensive knowledge related to pet behavior, geriatrics and nutrition and the extensive engineering technology/manufacturing,” continued Tsengas. “We’re excited to see where this new strategic partnership takes us.”

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ourpets.com

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