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OurPet’s Company’s (OPCO) Innovative Mousetraps for Cats and Dogs

August 17, 2016

If Ralph Waldo Emerson’s theorem, paraphrased as ‘build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door’, is valid, OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) is following ‘a broad hard-beaten road’ to success. OurPet’s Company got into the pet care industry precisely to make the aphoristic mousetrap better. It’s doing that and making new mousetraps too. Writing in 1855, Emerson was expressing his belief that ‘common fame’, what we would now call a good reputation, would eventually make itself known, which is true for OurPet’s Company, a company with a reputation for innovation. It is a company that aimed to revolutionize and disrupt the rather staid pet care industry and has already been doing so for over 20 years. The rewards from this creative approach have been showing up in both the top and bottom lines.

Net revenues have increased steadily over the past five years, rising at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.86 percent. This is well above the industry CAGR of 4.44 percent. OurPet’s Company’s sales in 2010 were $17.1M. The latest 10-K filing reports sales in 2015 were $23.8M. Gross profit has been improving, as well; and so has the gross profit margin, which has climbed from 23.6 percent in 2011 to 31.7 percent in 2015. Particularly encouraging for shareholders has been the moderate increase in outstanding shares, which went up by a little over 10 percent during the last five years. In addition, net income per share has risen by 600 percent from a paltry $0.01 in 2011 to $0.07 in 2015. Taken together with the increase in income available to shareholders, this shows modest dilution risk.

OurPet’s Company has been serving the pet care market since 1995. It started with just one product: the Big Dog Feeder®. Since then its product line has exploded. The company has approximately 1,000 stock-keeping units (SKUs) available to customers over a diversified range of product solutions. Added to the current product offerings is a broad pipeline of now-developing and soon-to-be-developed products and line extensions based on OurPet’s Company’s 160 patents issued and pending.

OurPet’s Company’s strategy is to focus on high-growth categories in the pet care market, which overall is expected to reach $62.75 billion in 2016. The company is in the feeding and storage systems segment, which is estimated at $100M annually, with novel products such as the Barking Bistro®, the High Rise Diner® and its OurPets® Tilt-A-Bowls. It has a foothold in the $250M a year feline waste and odor control category with its SmartScoop® Intelligent Litter Box, Kitty Potty™ No Touch Litter Box System and the OurPets® Switchgrass Natural Cat Litter with BioChar.

It’s also blazing a trail in the toys and accessories segment, which is estimated at $1.0 billion annually, with the amazing OurPets® Catty Whack® and the Intelligent Pet Care® line of products. The Intelligent Pet Care® line applies Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technologies to keep us in closer touch with our pets by signaling changes in their behavior through digital applications. OurPet’s Company’s mission statement is ‘to exceed pet and pet parent expectations with innovative solutions’. They might have added investor expectations to that declaration.

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Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) Enters Agreement with Trisept Solutions to Fuel Growth

August 16, 2016

Before the opening bell, Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI) announced a new agreement with Trisept Solutions, a division of The Mark Travel Corporation. Through this partnership, Trisept will both power Monaker’s flagship brand with its Synapse travel merchandising platform and distribute its alternative lodging inventory through VAX VacationAccess, Trisept’s premier travel agent portal. This agreement is expected to fuel NextTrip’s forward growth by enabling expanded product offerings and distribution in the months to come.

“Trisept has the most advanced technology available for leisure vacation packaging today,” Bill Kerby, chairman and chief executive officer of Monaker, stated in this morning’s news release. “Expanding NextTrip’s capabilities and access to agents and consumers will accelerate our growth and differentiate us from our competition.”

By integrating NextTrip’s product offerings into Trisept’s VAX platform, Monaker’s sizable inventory of vacation home rentals, resort residences, rooms and unused timeshares will be available to a network of over 70,000 travel agents. NextTrip’s inventory will give these agents an easy, commissionable option for selling vacation rentals to clients. Integration of NextTrip into both Synapse and VAX is expected to take place over the next several months, with the companies setting a target completion date of the end of this year.

Monaker’s newly-announced distribution agreement with Trisept continues to build on the development strategy the company’s management team outlined in its June shareholder update. In addition to searching out new channel partners in order to broaden distribution of NextTrip’s more than 600,000 properties, Monaker has remained focused on structuring new relationships with established travel clubs, operators and distribution groups. In the June update, the company’s management team highlighted new relationships with the Travel Club and 20,000 travel agents via International Travel Organization, and its newest agreement with Trisept is expected to play a key role in continuing to expand the distribution capabilities of the NextTrip platform.

Moving forward, Monaker will look to build on the number of alternative lodging rental units available on its NextTrip Resorts platform. The company boasted an impressive 125,000 available units following the beta launch of its platform in February, and it reported roughly 1.1 million total units under contract in early June. This sizable inventory, combined with the distribution capabilities of Trisept’s VAX portal, could set the stage for considerable market growth as Monaker continues to bolster its foothold in the growing travel industry.

“Integrating NextTrip’s product offerings into our VAX platform will give agents for the first time instant confirmation and an easy, commissionable way to sell vacation rentals,” John Ische, president and chief executive officer of Trisept, concluded in an August 15 news release.

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At Giggles N’ Hugs (GIGL), Children can be Seen and Heard

August 15, 2016


Last year The Washington Post published an article with the captivating title ‘The most important thing you can do with your kids? Eat dinner with them.’ It was penned by Anne Fishel, a professor at Harvard Medical School, who is a founder of The Family Dinner Project and author of “Home for Dinner”. It’s a piece that every parent should read, pointing as it does to often unexploited opportunities for childhood development at mealtimes. Two parents who know of these fortuities are Joey and Dorsa Parsi, who founded Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) in 2007.

A feature in Bloomberg Businessweek tells their story. On Valentine’s Day 2007, Joey took his wife out for the first time since the birth of their second child six months earlier. Their first child, an exuberant three-year-old with the delightful name of Yasmine, collided with a fellow diner’s table, spilling his water, whereupon the aggrieved patron glared at Joey, condemnation evident in his looks. As Joey said to Dorsa later:

“Shame on us for taking kids to a restaurant where we have to turn to our 3-year-old and say, ‘Be something other than a child.’”

However, out of evil came good. That adverse incident gave the L.A. couple the idea to create a kid-friendly restaurant concept which they christened Giggles N’ Hugs, a play on the name of the hugely successful Australian children’s music group, The Wiggles. The rest, as the saying goes, is history.

Attitudes to children have changed since the fifteenth century when, in a collection of homilies (Mirk’s Festial) written by English clergyman John Mirk, the saying ‘a child should be seen, but not heard’ appeared in its original form. Modern parents want to spend time with their children, but, all too often, other time demands make this difficult. Consequently, mealtime presents a unique opportunity for bonding.

Dr. Fishel writes that ‘researchers found that for young children, dinnertime conversation boosts vocabulary even more than being read aloud to… Young kids learned 1,000 rare words (those not among the 3,000 most common) at the dinner table, compared to only 143 from parents reading storybooks aloud.’ Vocabulary, naturally, is crucial to the acquisition of knowledge. The child can only learn if he or she understands.

Research has also shown that ‘for school-age youngsters, regular mealtime is an even more powerful predictor of high achievement scores than time spent in school, doing homework, playing sports or doing art’. In addition, ‘family dinners have been found to be a more powerful deterrent against high-risk teen behaviors than church attendance or good grades’.

Giggles N’ Hugs is not only an upscale fast casual that offers a menu created from the finest organic ingredients; it’s a fine-dining institution offering the solution to a social problem. Social mores have changed since the fifteenth century, but, in many cases, institutions have remained the same. A Giggles N’ Hugs outlet is a restaurant and play space combo where parents can relax and dine while kids frolic under supervision. Currently, the company operates two upscale locations in high-profile Los Angeles malls. There’s one at Westfield Topanga Shopping Center in Woodland Hills, Canoga Park; and a second at the Glendale Galleria.

There are encouraging indications that these are choice locations. In the area served by Westfield Topanga Shopping Center, 38 percent of households have at least one child and 30 percent of households have incomes in excess of $100,000. In the area served by Glendale Galleria, 47 percent of households include children and 23 percent have incomes above $100,000.

Giggles N’ Hugs is aiming to have 12 restaurants up and running by the end of 2017. This is eminently possible since mall owners believe having Giggles N’ Hugs as a tenant will burnish the family image brand of a mall. In addition, such a tenant will create glamour and buzz and increase foot traffic to the mall. Giggles N’ Hugs has been offered rent discounts of up to 75 percent and upfront cash to cover setup costs. At present, discussions are underway with Westfield to open restaurants in major airports throughout America, including Los Angeles International (LAX), Kennedy, LaGuardia, Newark, O’Hare, Boston and Logan.

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Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) Well Positioned for Seismic Shift in Consumer Spending

According to a recent Nasdaq article (, retail store earnings have not been moving much in the past few months. The research showed a shift in consumers habits whereby Americans are spending more on experiences such as travel and entertainment rather than clothing, accessories, and electronics. Services are now making up a large majority of consumer expenditures.

Healthcare and travel are at the forefront of spending, with healthcare making up 20% of total consumption, a number that’s up from just 5% in the 60’s. And information from First Data Corp. shows a rise in spending on travel of 8.6% since last year. On the flip side, sport shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars have seen a considerable drop.

As a result in this seismic shift in consumer spending, hotels and various other accommodation types have had to adapt their facilities and offerings to a broader clientele. The once inconceivable thought of staying in someone else’s home instead of a hotel has now become a growing trend. Still, there is not enough supply to fulfill the demand in terms of accommodation, and so hotels and hosts are pressured to be more tactful in the way they provide for their consumers.

Over the last decade, hotels and inns have expanded their facilities with sub-brands that suit a variety of consumers. These include luxury resorts, hotels, and other forms of unique accommodations. This shift is not only because of the lack of supply, but also the growing need for consumers to have an experience that is not alien to the place they are visiting. People increasingly seek a traditional experience associated with locale, and the accommodation is seen as part of that.

Technology-driven travel company Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI) has provided consumers from around the world with the chance to search through and book a variety of accommodation types in order to meet the growing needs of the 21st century consumer. The website features a range of alternative lodging options that include not only hotel rooms, but resorts, villas, unused timeshares, apartments, and creative niche style accommodations that uniquely reflect individual locations.

In addition to the above, the company’s flagship enables customers to book everything they need to organize the perfect holiday. MKGI works with a range of key partners and travel brands, enabling them to reach a large audience and tailor experiences accordingly. Monaker Group aims to continue expanding its portfolio in order to become the ‘one stop’ vacation center.

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Net Element, Inc. (NETE) Expanding Payments Market Share Internationally as Tech Giants Jockey for Position in the U.S.

Google Wallet, the peer-to-peer payments service developed by Google (NASDAQ: GOOG; GOOGL), was first released in the United States in September 2011. From the beginning, Google Pay allowed its users to make point-of-sale purchases with their mobile devices using near-field communication (NFC) technology. Four years later, the multinational tech giant shifted its NFC payments to Android Pay, limiting contactless payments to users of its Android mobile operating system. This move made sense, as Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Google’s primary competitor in the mobile operating system space, released its proprietary Apple Pay platform months earlier in October 2014. Both Apple and Google boast expansive availability in the U.S. According to a 2015 report by The Verge (, Android Pay is available on more than 70 percent of available Android devices and accepted across a network of more than 700,000 merchants.

With these statistics in mind, the rising tide surrounding contactless mobile payments remains under the radar. In December 2014, reported ( that U.S. proximity payment transaction values doubled from 2012 to 2013, and eMarketer projections call for continued growth in the years to come as consumers warm to the idea of paying with their phones. Research firm Forrester shares this vision. In a 2014 report, Forrester predicted that mobile-based payments in the U.S. will reach $142 billion in volume by 2019, up from just $50 billion at the time of the study.

The maturation of the mobile wallet market will create opportunities for tech giants like Google and Apple, to be sure; and other household names, such as PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL), Visa (NYSE: V), Chase (NYSE: JPM) and AT&T (NYSE: T), have already thrown their hats into the ring as well. Just two years ago, the market leader in mobile payment apps, according to the report, was Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX), with an impressive 29 percent of all U.S. smartphone owners who had used mobile payment apps to make a purchase having done so with the coffee chain’s proprietary wallet app. While this peculiar statistic demonstrates the relatively low barriers of entry that currently exist in the mobile wallet space, it also highlights the difficulty companies are having in getting consumers to take advantage of the convenience of contactless payments. A 2015 study by Accenture ( found that while 52 percent of North Americans are “extremely aware” of the availability of mobile payments, only 18 percent use them on a regular basis.

In an April 2015 poll by Statista (, PayPal landed in the top three mobile wallet services in the U.S. in terms of user satisfaction, and this favorability has resulted in steady expansion of payment volumes. In the second quarter of 2016, PayPal’s net payment volume totaled $86.2 billion, up 28 percent year-over-year. This growth is telling of the value proposition offered by PayPal to its consumers, which extends across both Android and iOS, as well as integrating within merchant-oriented payment platforms to combine convenient payment options with targeted coupons for frequent shoppers and other services. Throw in Venmo, the mobile payment service acquired by PayPal in 2013 for $800 million, and its active user base of more than 1.5 million, and you’ve got the makings of a serious competitor for both Apple Pay and Android Pay.

Of course, the U.S. is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the expected proliferation of digital wallets in the coming years. In September 2015, a MasterCard (NYSE: MA) study found that digital wallets were the primary topic of discussion regarding payment innovation in a number of the world’s largest emerging markets, including India, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nigeria and the UAE ( The study went on to find that these markets are particularly ripe for innovation, with people pointing toward security as their primary concern in adopting electronic payment methods. As a result, MasterCard is looking into the integration of facial recognition software and biometrics in order to make payments both easier and more secure.

PayStar is a less-known play in the digital wallet space that’s targeting the needs of emerging markets. Founded in 2006, the company provides financial institutions with a complete solution enabling remittance services, merchant services, mobile payments and payroll services for their customers. In addition to its operations across North America, PayStar offers flexible services that meet the unique needs of markets in the Middle East, Europe, Asia and Africa. The company is currently in the process of expanding its mobile payroll and remittance services throughout the Middle East, beginning with Qatar, the UAE, Oman and Saudi Arabia. Through partnerships with local financial institutions, PayStar is positioned to market its services to more than 15 million migrant workers in Qatar and Oman alone.

For the investment community, PayStar’s established and growing position on the global mobile payments stage is particularly intriguing following the recent announcement that Net Element, Inc. (NASDAQ: NETE), a provider of global payment technology solutions and value-added transactional services, has entered into a binding letter of intent to acquire a majority interest in the company. Subject to closing, Net Element intends to create one or more entities that will house the combined assets of PayStar and Nexcharge, a proprietary payment processing, fraud management and merchant management platform. Net Element will own a 51 percent interest in these newly-formed entities and maintain an exclusive option to acquire the remaining 49 percent interest for 12 months following the closing of the transaction.

With the planned acquisition of interests in PayStar and Nexcharge, Net Element will look to bolster what is already a sizable presence in the global payments industry. Just last month, the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, PayOnline, was ranked as a leading payment gateway by independent market analytics agency Building on this position, PayOnline recently introduced a new adaptable, multi-channel payment interface to more than 10 million online shoppers in over 3,000 international e-commerce markets. Combining this commitment to innovation from within with an aggressive M&A strategy has Net Element prepared to expand its presence in emerging markets, as discussed by CEO Oleg Firer in a recent news release.

“These acquisitions will allow Net Element to present transactions for processing directly to Visa, MasterCard, American Express and other networks, as well as expand our presence in GCC region and other selected markets,” he stated. “These acquisitions will add to the growth of our business and increase market share internationally.”

With the persistent focus on the domestic mobile payment scene, it’s easy to overlook the immense opportunities currently being presented by emerging markets. Adults in markets across Africa, Asia and Latin America still lack access to formal financial institutions, as noted by EY ( As a result, mobile commerce options such as digital wallets already outpace traditional bank accounts in several emerging countries. While newcomers in the domestic market are forced to go head-to-head with the likes of Google and Apple, Net Element, through the acquisition of interests in PayStar and Nexcharge, is set to quietly expand its already sizable presence on the global stage by continuing to meet the unique needs of consumers in emerging markets.

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The Search Continues to Grow for eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI)

August 12, 2016

According to PewResearchCenter (, 84% of American adults use the Internet, a number that has grown from 52% in 2000, and access is now part of most people’s daily routines. It’s a phenomenon that has changed the way U.S. consumers live, and businesses have had to adapt to this still expanding trend. Much like any other sector, the real estate industry has seen a considerable shift toward related technologies in order to advance communication capabilities, both for consumers and agents, and better serve a constantly changing real estate market. According to ‘Home Buyer & Sellers, Generational Trends 2016 Highlights’ (, published by the National Association of Realtors, millennials, heavy Internet users, now make up 35% of all home buyers in the U.S.

This is where eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI) subsidiary eXp Realty comes in. This relatively new real estate brokerage was created to address a significant gap in the market by developing a unique agent-owned cloud brokerage offering full real estate service to home buyers in 43 states and the District of Columbia, as well as Alberta, Canada. As stated on the company’s website: “Advances in Internet technology and the proliferation to the masses of information and imagery concerning residential properties… has created a real estate consumer who is armed with more knowledge, context and understanding than ever before.” The company offers a one-of-a-kind, virtual-based training service to its agents with the end goal of helping consumers make more relevant searches online while guiding them through the emotional process of buying a home.

The growth of the Internet and the online real estate industry has shown significant advantages for eXp World Holdings. According to Google Trends (, searches for “exp realty” peaked to 100 (the highest popularity score possible for the term). Not only this, Google Adwords has shown significant growth in keyword researches relevant to eXp World Holdings. Since July 2015, the monthly search on Google for “eXp realty” has more than doubled from 2,400 searches a month to 5,400.

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Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (LB6A.F) Looking to Expand Pro Athlete Brand Strategy for Pro369

August 11, 2016

Before the opening bell, Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (FRANKFURT: LB6A.F) offered investors an update on the success of its pro athlete branding strategy for Pro369, the company’s hemp protein-based functional beverage product. In addition to announcing the renewal of Emmanual Arceneaux, a player in the Canadian Football League, as a brand ambassador for a second year, Laguna announced that it is currently in ongoing negotiations with a number of other professional athletes across North America who enjoy the health benefits offered by Laguna’s products.

In June, Laguna reported its results from the first 11 weeks of sales following the launch of both Pro369 and Caffe, an instant hot coffee beverage infused with whey and hemp protein. The unaudited $105,000 in sales exceeded the company’s internal projections and set the stage for exponential growth as Laguna’s affiliate base continues to expand moving forward. In the June update, Ray Grimm Jr., president of Laguna, spoke to the “geometric growth” that can occur under a network marketing business model, offering “a multiplication effect, month over month” that can lead to sustainable financial growth. Grimm maintained this positive outlook in this morning’s news release while highlighting the successes of the company’s breakthrough products and offering an indication of some exciting opportunities that could be on the horizon for Laguna’s affiliates.

“Pro369 was a strategic product introduction to our affiliates. Pro369 is a world-class product that contains hemp, omegas and ginseng. Pro369 has put Laguna in a league of its own for a quality hemp protein product that includes efficacious ingredients. There has been positive feedback from affiliates on the quality, taste and solubility of the product,” he stated. “Over the next several of months Laguna will be evaluating the next order size for Pro369. Laguna will also be considering the introduction of Pro369 tubs for its affiliates in addition to the single serving packages.”

The success of Laguna’s functional beverage products represents only a portion of the company’s forward strategy. On Tuesday, Laguna announced its entry into an exclusive agreement to market, promote and distribute seven cannabidiol (CBD) skin care products produced by CannaCeuticals of California, USA (“Canna”). Canna’s products have achieved strong results in lab studies, with its CBD face serum offering a 100 percent improvement to the appearance of test subjects’ skin within two weeks. For Laguna, these results provide a solid foundation upon which to make its entry into the $121 billion global skin care industry, and the company’s early feedback from affiliates regarding the quality of Canna’s skin care line has been “overwhelmingly positive,” according to Grimm.

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Laguna Blends, Inc.’s (CSE: LAG) (LB6A.F) (OTC: LAGBF) Caffe Coffee Composition

August 10, 2016

J.S. Bach’s Coffee Cantata is a musical reminder that coffee has long been one of our gastronomic delights. The cantata (BWV 211) tells the story of a young German maiden, Liesgen, and her love of coffee. “It is”, she declares “more delicious than a thousand kisses, milder than muscatel wine.” This panegyric may seem to us today to be just hyperbole, but there’s no doubt that the Western world is fond of coffee. For about 250 years, we have been congregating in establishments named after the beverage. There are few places in the world you will not find a café. Moreover, today our love affair with this titillating drink continues with delightful beverages like Caffe Protein Coffee from Laguna Blends (CSE : LAG) (OTC : LAGBF) (FRANKFURT : LB6A.F).

Coffee, originally from North Africa, is thought to have played a vital role in improving Europe’s industriousness and increasing prosperity from the seventeenth century onward. At least since the Middle Ages, beer had been the beverage most widely consumed at breakfast. A famous 12th century abbess, Hildegard of Bingen, recommended beer as a safer drink than water, as water supplies then were notoriously polluted. However, beer in the morning is unlikely to foster diligence. No doubt, our forefathers started their days very slowly until, of course, coffee was introduced. But it wasn’t welcomed with all open arms at first.

The National Coffee Association USA relates that coffee critics dubbed the potion ‘the bitter invention of Satan’. In Italy, the seat of the Church, its use was regarded with suspicion since it originated from countries with large Muslim populations. The clamor against it grew until the Pope of the day, Clement VIII, was petitioned to ban its use. However, after sampling a cup, much to the chagrin of its detractors, he gave it his blessing. Some have argued that another reason for the prejudice against coffee was its potential to stimulate sedition. Whereas consumption of alcohol leads to singing and dancing, a coffee drinker ‘thinks too much: such men are dangerous’.

Research published by Gallup in July 2015 ( showed that ‘just under two-thirds (64%) of U.S. adults drink at least one cup a day’ and that they average about 2.7 cups per day. A quarter felt they were, perhaps like Liesgen, somewhat addicted, but only 10 percent wanted to drink less. ‘Coffee drinkers tend to be older; with 74 percent of adults aged 55 and older consuming it daily, versus 50 percent of those aged 18 to 34.’ The more you earn, the more likely you are to drink coffee. About 66 percent of Americans with incomes exceeding $75,000 are coffee drinkers, while just 58 percent of those earning less than $30,000 drink coffee.

Laguna Blends’ Caffe Protein Coffee, the company’s leading product, ‘is loaded in proteins: both whey and hemp’. Over one year of research went into the development of what is now a distinctly proprietary product protected by intellectual property rights. With Caffe Protein Coffee, Laguna Blends has achieved its goal of creating a delicious, healthful beverage that is served hot as an instant coffee. Approximately 20 percent of the 6.2 grams per package contain whey and hemp protein, and this makes Laguna’s product very different from that of its competition. In addition, there is room in the market for a product like Caffe Protein Coffee. The only large company with a protein coffee beverage is Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX), against which Caffe Protein Coffee may have a winning edge. The Starbucks product comes as ‘coffee in the can’ and may tap just the away-from-home market, while Laguna’s product is similar to instant coffee and is better for home use, where the most coffee is consumed. A report by the Small Business Administration (SBA) ( indicates that ‘75 percent of the cups of coffee brewed daily are consumed at home’.

Laguna Blends, with headquarters in British Columbia, Canada, markets products based on the nutritional health benefits derived from hemp. Laguna Blends is a network marketing company, also known as a multi-layer marketing company, that generates retail sales through independent affiliates.

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Moxian, Inc. (MOXC) Moving Toward NASDAQ Thanks To Experienced Team

Founded in Shenzhen, China, Moxian, Inc. (OTCQB: MOXC) has provided companies worldwide with the opportunity to advertise and promote their services and products to a range of targeted audiences through social media marketing and promotion platforms. The company has at its core the aim to enhance the interaction between customer and merchant by using data compiled from user activities and various forms of analytics. Moxian, Inc. now has two applications: Moxian+ User and Moxian+ Business.

But, Moxian is currently pulling out all the stops for a Nasdaq move in order to make the most of the related opportunities that James Tan, Moxian CEO, believes are better for the company at this point in its development. The fact that the company is now trading in New York and able to show its future earning potential to a broader group of investors is not its only asset. Moxian, Inc.’s team has over 100 years of combined experience in a range of industries and technologies.

Moxian’s board of directors is made up of the CEO and chairman, James Tan Meng Dong, and directors Liew Kwong Yeow, Hao Qing Hu, Yang Nan, and Ajay Rajpal. Between them, the board has experience in managing both private and public companies based in the U.S. and Asia. In addition to this, CEO and chairman James Tan served as a director on the board of Pacific Internet Ltd, which was a Nasdaq-listed company.

Aside from the board of directors, Moxian has a specialized management team which includes all the above as well as a legal director, a vice president, a creative marketing manager, a chief financial officer, a chief operations officer, a chief technology officer, a vice president of business development, a director of product development, and a deputy director of infrastructure.

In October 2013, Moxian launched its Moxian App 1.0 beta in China and Malaysia. By September 2014, the company started developing Moxian+ User and Moxian+ Business Apps, which were made available to the public in October 2015. Thanks to a wealth of knowledge from its management team, board of directors, and other employees, the company is able to evolve year after year. In addition to all of the above, Moxian recently announced that its board of directors has approved a reverse stock split of the company’s issued and outstanding shares of common stock.

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Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (SMRS) Aiming to Become Active Zinc Producer with Balmat Zinc Mine

August 9, 2016

First recognition of sulfide zinc mineralization in the Balmat region of upstate New York was in the early 1800s. In the early 1900s, production began. Since then, the greater Balmat-Edwards-Pierrepont district has produced more than 43 million tons of ore. The average grade ranged from 8.5 percent zinc to 16.4 percent. Unfortunately, in the early 2000s, zinc prices crashed and mining in the area stopped. The mine reopened briefly from 2006 to 2008, when it was placed on care and maintenance status due to a new fall in the price of zinc and the general economic downturn.

However, Star Mountain Resources (OTC: SMRS), a junior exploration and mining company whose operations are currently focused on base metals and precious metal mining acquisitions in North America, is aiming to recommence mining activities in the Balmat zinc mine. The company is now the full owner of the mine, which is fully permitted and in compliance with all federal and state mining regulations.

Historically, the Balmat zinc mine produced up to 30.7 million tons of 8.6 percent grade zinc. Star Mountain Resources, Inc. has put together an eight and half year plan whereby it will be using modernized mechanisms to perform underground mining using room, pillar, and long hole stoping. The mine is said to have a 4,000 tons per day hoisting capacity, with a mill able to produce 5,000 tons of zinc concentrator per day.

SMRS is currently undertaking the necessary steps toward restarting the Balmat zinc mine in order to transform the company from a junior explorer into an active producer. Not only this, the transaction brings SMRS a high quality mining asset and new professionals to its board of directors and senior management. The reopening of the mine is expected to boost the economy of the region and provide new jobs. SMRS expects the mine to be running by the end of 2016.

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Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (LB6A.F) (OTC: LAGBF) Acquires Exclusive Distribution Rights for Swiss-Made CBD Skin Care Products

Before the opening bell, Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE : LAG) (OTC : LAGBF) (FRANKFURT : LB6A.F) announced its entry into an agreement with ISO International, LLC through which it has acquired the exclusive right to market, promote and distribute seven cannabidiol (CBD) skin care products produced by Cannaceuticals of California, USA (“Canna”). Under the terms of the agreement, Laguna will be required to pay a one-time licensing fee of $100,000 and place a minimum purchase order of $1.5 million during the first two years of the initial term.

“We are excited to announce the closing of this transaction, which firmly roots Laguna in the $121 billion global skin care industry,” Stuart Gray, chief executive officer of Laguna, stated in this morning’s news release. “The pairing of our rapidly growing affiliate network with a revolutionary and clinically proven product line creates a powerful opportunity of growth and expansion.”

With the finalized deal now in place, Laguna will turn its attention toward incorporating Canna’s skin care products into its established affiliate marketing network. According to Ray Grimm Jr., the company’s president, Laguna’s management aims to have the associated products available to members of its affiliate marketing network before the end of next month.

Since announcing its intention to acquire exclusive distribution rights associated with Canna’s Swiss-Made CBD skin care line in early July, Laguna has offered prospective shareholders a number of insights into the market potential afforded by this licensing deal. In particular, the company announced highlights from the clinical studies of Canna’s skin care line, which were conducted by BioScreen Testing Services, Inc., an independent, FDA-approved lab located in the U.S. These highlights included a 100 percent overall improvement to the appearance of skin within a two-week period, with an impressive 85.71 percent of subjects noticing an improvement during the first seven days.

The clinical data supporting the efficacy of Canna’s skin care line could play a vital role in Laguna’s efforts to market the products in the U.S. and, pending regulatory approval, in Canada, Asia, Europe and Mexico. The U.S. skin care market is currently in a period of steady growth, with research forecasting a total market value of $10.7 billion by 2018. The global skin care industry, on the other hand, is expected to climb to $121 billion later this year. For Laguna, this robust market performance could foreshadow an opportunity to achieve sustainable financial growth over the coming months.

“Over the past three weeks Laguna has sent samples of the Cannaceutical skin care products to some select affiliates and within 3-7 days we received some overwhelmingly positive feedback,” Grimm stated in the news release. “Women are noticing changes in skin texture and skin tone and are eager for the skin care line to become available for purchase.”

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US Nuclear Corp. (UCLE) Leveraging Extensive History in Nuclear Power and Research Sectors to Promote Sustainable Financial Growth

US Nuclear Corp. (OTC: UCLE) specializes in the design, development and manufacture of radiation detection instrumentation. Through subsidiaries Overhoff Technology Corp. and Optron Scientific Company, Inc., UCLE harbors over a century of experience addressing the unique instrumentation needs of the nuclear energy industry, as well as industries associated with emerging technological processes, such as thorium and molten salt reactor technologies, both domestically and internationally. The company’s customers include a variety of United States government agencies, the U.S. military, Homeland Security, scientific laboratories, universities, hospitals and nuclear reactor facilities located around the world.

UCLE’s roots in the nuclear power industry are extensive. Optron Scientific Company, doing business as Technical Associates (TA), was founded in 1946 as a spinoff from the Manhattan Project, the research and development program that led to the production of the first nuclear weapons during World War II. The company’s founders are credited with the design and construction of the first industrial grade radiation monitors, which were used to safeguard the scientists charged with building the world’s first atomic bomb. In the more than six decades that followed, TA established a position at the head of the industry for its custom-tailored radiation measurement and safety instruments.

Similarly, Overhoff Technology has maintained a reputation as the world’s leading manufacturer of tritium monitors for nearly 40 years. Since its founding, Overhoff has been awarded contracts by the United States Department of Defense and has sold tritium equipment to nuclear power facilities in China, South Korea, Canada, Argentina and the United Kingdom, among others.

With the combined expertise of these two operating divisions leading the way, UCLE has continued to post strong international growth in recent quarters. For the fiscal year ended December 31, 2015, the company reported sales revenues in excess of $2.6 million, marking an increase of 62 percent from the previous year. Likewise, UCLE successfully rebounded from a net loss of $321,505 in 2014 to record net income of $399,416 for 2015. Capping off the solid results, the company’s gross margin rose by eight percent in 2015, and its general and administrative expenses fell by 5.3 percent. Robert Goldstein, the company’s president, CEO and chairman, spoke about these results in a May news release.

“We started off strong in 2015 and kept up the momentum throughout the entire year, as demonstrated by our vigorous increase in sales revenue and earnings per share,” he stated. “The recognition and quality of our tritium monitors has allowed us to capture new opportunities in the rising nuclear power and research sectors, while continuing to service our world-wide base of existing customers.”

Looking to build on its 2015 momentum, UCLE has continued to expand its foothold in the international nuclear power industry in recent months. After reporting profitable annual results, the company announced the reception of a new order totaling $235,000 from its representative in Canada, Radiation Measurement Systems. This order is particularly noteworthy, because the Canadian government has allocated several billion dollars toward refurbishing a number of existing reactors dispersed throughout the country. As one of the original suppliers for many of these reactors, UCLE is strategically positioned to capitalize on this investment as work proceeds.

UCLE has also continued to innovate and push the industry forward, as Goldstein alluded to in an interview with SNNLive ( The company recently implemented drones in order to improve the flexibility of its radiation detection instrumentation. Among the advantages offered by this technology, Goldstein points toward location and rapid deployment as game changers. By offering the capability to measure radiation levels directly above an impacted area, such as a burning hospital or overturned railcar, mere moments after a potentially dangerous chemical or radiation related accident has occurred, users can access critical data that would be otherwise unavailable, effectively protecting the wellbeing of both first responders and the general public.

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Monaker Group (MKGI) is Following a Sure and Steady Path to Success in the Travel Industry

August 8, 2016

One of Aesop’s Fables concerns The Tortoise and the Hare and provides lessons for us even today, some 2,500 years after it was written. One of those precepts is that the swiftest do not always win the race. The hare in that allegory, undoubtedly, had all the alacrity that members of its genus are capable of; yet it lost to the sure and steady tortoise. Like Aesop’s fabled world, the corporate world has its hares and tortoises, too. Not always do those first out of the gate touch the tape of success.

The rapidly expanding racecourse of alternative lodging has its hares that appear to have the race wrapped up with their large number of listings. However, Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI) is on a surer and steadier course, because it is focusing on return rather than just reducing channel costs. Its extensive video portfolio can enhance the research process for would-be vacationers by starting the holiday virtually… before it actually begins.

CEO Bill Kerby has described the alternative lodging market as ‘the hottest space in travel’; here’s why. Alternative lodging rentals (ALRs) are whole-unit vacation homes or timeshare resort units that are fully furnished, privately owned residential properties, including houses, condominiums, villas and cabins, that property owners and managers rent to the public on a nightly, weekly or monthly basis. Recent estimates by Research and Markets indicate that this market will grow by a whopping 70 percent over a four-year period from $100 billion in 2015 to $169.7 billion in 2019.

However, this alternative lodging sub-segment is just part of the larger online travel agency (OTA) segment of the giant global travel market. Online travel agency or travel booking revenues, as they are also referred to, are currently about $340 billion with a projected growth rate of 12 percent, while global international tourism revenue in 2014 was $1.25 trillion, according to Statista. Online travel agencies (OTAs) expand their reach much wider than their traditional counterparts do. They offer information and access to airlines, hotel and alternative lodging, car rentals, cruise, rail and a combination of any of the above, referred to in the industry as packaged travel.

The prospects of the industry are indeed promising and, at present, it appears that that promise has already been harvested by the privately-held Airbnb and HomeAway, now a subsidiary of Expedia, Inc. (NASDAQ: EXPE), with their myriad listings. But there’s more to this than meets the eye. A comprehensive report from investment bank Evercore ISI points out:

“While we are seeing larger online demand channels expand their inventory of vacation rentals listings, this still has not translated to bookings fully shifting to online. In fact, these listings are largely utilized to drive leads for renters, while actual bookings continue to occur via cash, check, PayPal, etc. whereby the original demand channel is not involved. For instance, while 2012 data indicates that vacation rental listing sites are responsible for nearly 60% of reservations, only 8% of reservations come from booking sites, demonstrating that we still see a fair amount of leakage whereby transactions occur through different means or even offline, potentially skirting a booking commission. Closing this gap between leads and transactions could prove to be another potential tailwind for the industry.”

Listings are great, but they aren’t everything.

Monaker Group is differentiating itself by enhancing its listings with a rich array of video-centered marketing and itinerary technology for travel customers. The website VIRTUETS Video Marketing for Real Estate provides data that shows why this is crucial to success. Video can increase click-through rates by more than 90 percent, and 90 percent of users say that seeing a video about a product is helpful in the decision process. Forbes writes that 59 percent of executives would rather watch video than read text, and, according to an Australian Real Estate Group, real estate listings that include a video receive 403 percent more inquiries than those without.

Monaker is forging ahead with listings, too. Since the launch of its flagship NextTrip platform in February 2016, it has listed some 250,000 units of vacation rental inventory. It has about one million additional alternative lodging units under contract that will soon be added to the platform. This will position the company to challenge industry leaders Airbnb and HomeAway.

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Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (LB6A.F) (OTC: LAGBF) Adds Bryan Loree as CFO, Corporate Secretary and Director

Earlier today, Laguna Blends, Inc. (OTC: LAGBF) announced the appointment of Bryan Loree to the positions of chief financial officer and corporate secretary. He will also join the company’s board of directors, effective immediately. Loree has roughly a decade of experience providing chief financial officer, accounting, financing and management services to a number of issuers on both the TSX Venture Exchange and the Canadian Securities Exchange, as well as a selection of private businesses. Loree will replace Stuart Gray, Laguna’s founder and chief executive officer, who formerly served as the company’s acting chief financial officer.

“It’s a pleasure to have Mr. Bryan Loree join our management team,” Gray stated in today’s news release. “His financial and accounting experience is impressive and will strengthen Laguna’s ability to seek quality business opportunities, financings and increase sales to profitability.”

In recent weeks, Laguna has remained focused on its overall growth strategy, including its strengthening position in the $63 billion global functional beverage market and its highly-anticipated entry into the $121 billion global skin care industry. Last month, the company signed a non-binding letter of intent to acquire the exclusive license brand name and existing inventory of CannaCeuticals of California, USA (“Canna”), a Swiss heritage firm leveraging cosmeceutical-grade cannabidiol (CBD) in a line of revolutionary skincare products. Upon closing of this transaction, Laguna will look to introduce these products to its existing affiliate marketing network, which accounted for unaudited sales of $105,000 during the 11-week period ended May 31, 2016.

The efficacy of Canna’s CBD face serum was studied in a recent clinical trial. The results, which were highlighted by Laguna, included a 100 percent overall improvement to the appearance of skin within 14 days of use. An impressive 85.71 percent of test subjects noted an improvement to their skin’s appearance within the first week. Adding a product of this quality to Laguna’s existing offerings, Caffe and Pro369, is expected to accelerate its existing sales strategy and strengthen the company’s overall brand exposure, and the Canna acquisition could foreshadow a number of other promising milestones for Laguna in the months to come. Ray Grimm Jr., president of Laguna, reiterated this optimism in a recent news release.

“The momentum we have gained in the last 30 days is testament to our commitment to the Laguna Blends brand, our affiliates, and our shareholders,” he stated. “With regard to our negotiations with Canna, we have a lot more potential and milestones on deck, and we look forward to updating our shareholders in the near future.”

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Giggles N’ Hugs (GIGL) Taking Steps Toward Further Expansion


Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) is an award-winning, health-oriented, family restaurant company based in Los Angeles. Aside from serving healthier options to both children and adults, the company’s restaurants offer play areas for kids, meaning that adults can sit back and relax while children play games, join in with activities, and so on. So far, GIGL has been voted the “Number 1 Party Place” and was given the award for “Best Pizza in Los Angeles” by Nickelodeon. It was also awarded “Best Indoor Playspace” by Red Tricycle and was listed “Best Family & Indoor Kid-Friendly Restaurant” by CitySearch & GoCityKids.

As it stands, Giggles N’ Hugs has two locations in the top premier malls in Los Angeles. Not only this, four of the largest mall owners in the U.S. have offered GIGL up to 75% discount on rent as well as up to three quarters of a million dollars of cash upfront for each location in order to get GIGL into their malls across the country. The major mall operators interested in the relationship include: Westfield Group (OTC: WEFIF), which owns 55 properties across the country; Macerich Group (NYSE: MAC), which owns 62; General Growth Properties (NYSE: GGP), which owns 135; and Simon Properties (NYSE: SPG), which owns over 300. Mall owners are offering these opportunities because GIGL has proven to help turn malls into family destinations and increase traffic from this market.

In addition to the above developments, GIGL recently announced its engagement of Kiddos, Inc. and Michelle Steinberg of dOMAIN Integrated in order to elevate its marketing and PR strategies. Both organizations are highly trained and have a number of success stories in marketing, PR and investor relations, as well as the restaurant industry and merchandising. dOMAIN and Steinberg will help GIGL at a base level to expand and build partnerships on a nationwide scale.

There is also a growing demand for Giggles N’ Hugs franchise opportunities from both large multi-unit franchise operators and individuals. This has led to the opportunity to further expand on a global level. So far, the company has received interest from potential franchisees in Canada and nearly every major city in the U.S. Other operators have come from as far as Asia, Australia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East – all key international markets.

Last but not least, Giggles N’ Hugs has been offered huge licensing and merchandising opportunities to provide the company with additional forms of revenue. dOMAIN Integrated offers expertise in extending IP into licensed products, bringing in celebrities, encouraging new forms of income, publishing relations, and reaching out to new target markets. The company has therefore decided to encourage Giggles N’ Hugs to expand into branded products for a fuller customer experience. These products will be sold in stores and at a variety of retail outlets. Some merchandise opportunities include: organic food products, children’s clothing and accessories, drink and snack ware, coloring books and stickers, and vitamin water for kids.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Looks to Cash in on Pokémon Go Craze through Development of Companion App

August 5, 2016

In late May, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) acquired an interest in DraftFury, a daily fantasy sports (DFS) company that’s widely recognized as the first cash flow positive enterprise in the DFS space. With this transaction, Singlepoint immediately grabbed a foothold in an industry that’s been on fire in recent years. According to data from the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (, roughly 57.4 million players will participate in fantasy sports in 2016, with DFS activities accounting for the lion’s share of spending. As recently as 2012, DFS accounted for just over six percent of fantasy sports spending. Its rapid emergence and subsequent overtaking of traditional fantasy sports contests have created opportunities for fast-moving companies operating in the space. Singlepoint’s decision to acquire an interest in the DFS sector demonstrated its flexibility to capitalize on market opportunities by leaning on the experience of its management team.

With this in mind, it came as little surprise when, earlier this week, Singlepoint turned its sights toward the latest trend to take the country by storm – Pokémon Go. On Tuesday, the company announced that its board of directors has approved an initiative to build a mobile app that caters to bringing like-minded Pokémon Go players together and offering reward-backed communication opportunities. Singlepoint has already initiated discussions with programmers under contract to develop this app, which will reportedly reward users for performing a variety of geo-targeted actions while playing Niantic’s immensely popular mobile game.

Since its release on July 6, Pokémon Go has effectively rewritten the mobile record books. Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) recently reported that the game was downloaded more times during its first week than any other app in the history of the App Store. User data supports these statistics. As of July 18, Pokémon Go had an active user base of 21 million people spanning 35 countries. Despite adhering to a free-to-play model, the app has also been extremely successful in generating revenue. According to analysts from Needham and Company, Pokémon Go’s ratio of paid users to total users is roughly 10 times that of Candy Crush, the smash hit from Activision Blizzard’s (NASDAQ: ATVI) King Digital Entertainment that raked in more than $1 billion in revenue for two consecutive years from 2013 to 2014. Even Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY), which released a statement confirming that the income it will receive from Pokémon Go is expected to be “limited,” saw its share price nearly double in the days following the game’s release.

Alongside the popularity of Pokémon Go, a number of developers have demonstrated the viability of companion apps that improve its play experience. GoChat, for example, is currently available for both iOS and Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android mobile operating system. Because Pokémon Go lacks an in-game chat feature, GoChat has proven extremely successful in riding in the game’s wake. Jonathan Zarra, a first-time developer and creator of GoChat, told The Verge that, within five days of launch, his free app was approaching one million users and hitting servers with 600 requests per second. Still, GoChat is just one of many available companion apps for Pokémon Go players. The Verge estimates that about 10 percent of the individuals who have downloaded the game have also downloaded at least one third-party chat app to go along with it (

The early successes of companion apps reiterate the viability of Singlepoint’s plan to capitalize on the growing Pokémon Go craze. By integrating message boards with additional features that enhance the play experience, the company’s upcoming app could help it establish a sustainable foothold in the next big wave in digital entertainment. Greg Lambrecht, chief executive officer of Singlepoint, confirmed this vision in a recent news release.

“We are perfectly aligned in the mobile app space to take advantage of the current phenomenon that is Pokémon Go, along with similar scenarios in the gaming world across the board moving forward,” he stated. “We are to the point where technology has demonstrated the ability for gaming to bring players to the outdoors: engaging, exploring and with a camaraderie among players like never before. We intend to capitalize on this in a big way.”

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Let QualityStocks Help You Navigate the Small Cap Market Terrain

August 4, 2016

Simply put, the small cap market is huge. Nearly 8 out of 10 companies that publicly trade in the United States have a market capitalization of less than $500 million. A surprising 40% of the businesses that trade on Nasdaq have a market capitalization of less than $250 million.

Yet these companies get very little if any analyst research coverage on Wall Street. You may have 52 analysts covering a $468 billion company like Apple, but practically no one covering the small cap company. The investment news media consisting of broadcasts media like CNBC or the magazines and financial newspapers also rarely mention small caps. As a result, the small cap’s stock price rarely reflects the company’s future prospects.

Yet small companies are the true leaders of innovation and creativity. Large companies are bureaucratic monstrosities. Think of the film Office Space where computer engineers stuck in cubicles feel their creativity is stifled while they are focused on pleasing middle management writing Testing Procedure Specification (TPS) reports. Large corporations have become totalitarian work environments where the CEOs are acting as dictators looking over Stalinesque bureaucracies and even their brightest staff members feel as if they are merely renting themselves to the company for a living. The large organizational hierarchies of big cap companies are slow in making decisions and require sticking to established stagnant procedures. Startups require innovative entrepreneurs, and that typically isn’t in a job description for a large company. An innovative entrepreneur would most likely be deemed a threat by corporate middle management.

Small cap companies are hampered by little if any bureaucracy and this leads to rapid decision making, fast adaptability to quick changing markets, and a willingness to take on the risk of new ideas. Large companies sometimes throw large amounts of money to innovate and get nowhere due to ineffective internal communication within their own departments. Clear communication among internal staff and a lack of funds triggers small companies to come up with different, unique, solutions to solve the problems that lead to innovations.

Small cap entrepreneurs are the visionary business people that do market research, create business plans, seek out investors and financing, and then strive to create products and services that utilize a country’s resources. They are the true job creators, and not the management of large corporations that seek to enhance profits by off-shoring labor or replacing people with automation. They are the value waiting to be unlocked in the small cap market.

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Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (SMRS) Strategically Positioned to Capitalize on Global Zinc Supply Deficit

Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (OTC: SMRS) is a minerals exploration company focused on acquiring and consolidating mining claims, mineral leases, producing mines and historic mines with future growth potential. In November 2015, the company leveraged this strategy when it acquired Northern Zinc and Balmat Holding Corporation, including St. Lawrence Zinc Company, LLC and its mining operations in the Balmat mining district of St. Lawrence County, New York. Notably, the Balmat mining complex includes a permitted and equipped zinc mine, a 5,000 ton per day floatation mill, an office complex and all of the necessary infrastructure to commence operation of the mine.

Earlier this year, Star Mountain gave prospective shareholders some additional insight into the potential of the Balmat mine property when it released results from its Industry Guide 7 Mineral Reserve Report. In addition to supporting the company’s initial reserve estimates and reflecting 585,000 tons of proven and probable reserves with 9.2 percent grade zinc – a haul that could generate roughly $80.8 million in revenue over an initial 2.5-year mine plan – the report also suggests that the Balmat property could contain the reserves needed to support a larger, 8.5-year mine plan moving forward. Upon release of these findings, Mark Osterberg, president and chief operating officer of Star Mountain, noted that the company’s management was “very encouraged” and looking forward to “developing a strategy to move forward in a timely, cost effective and profitable manner.”

In large part, the recommencement of mining operations at the Balmat property depends on the zinc market. Despite ongoing market turbulence affecting commodity values, predominantly oil and natural gas, indicators for base metals have been promising in recent weeks. July saw a surge in the values of nickel, copper and zinc as a result of rising Chinese demand, monetary stimulus and supply cuts. Zinc prices, in particular, have risen nearly 45 percent since the beginning of 2016, climbing to a 14-month high of more than $1.02 per pound to close out the month. These gains follow a series of mine shutdowns and closures in China, Australia and Peru.

Andrew Michelmore, CEO of Australian-Chinese global resources firm MMG, reiterated the bullish conditions of the zinc market in an investor conference call last Thursday ( “There’s so little zinc around,” he told attendees of the call. “We are very positive about the zinc industry and we’re keen to be involved with more of it.” However, despite favorable conditions, the zinc market has remained relatively quiet in terms of new projects, a fact that can be attributed to a serious lack of viable production projects on the global stage.

For Star Mountain Resources, the acquisition of the Balmat mining project opens the door for a promising transition from a junior exploration firm to full-fledged production in the coming months. With zinc running in deficit since at least 2012, according to Credit Suisse, and the base metal’s market value climbing, the time to capitalize on the foresight of the company’s management team appears to have arrived.

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Brokerage Division Surpasses 1,500 Agents

August 3, 2016

Earlier today, eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI) announced that eXp Realty, its real estate brokerage division, has surpassed 1,500 agents across all of its operating markets in the United States and Canada. This growth milestone continues to build on an impressive start to 2016 for the company, with overall agent count expanding by more than 57 percent since January 1, when EXPI reported 864 agents.

“eXp Realty continues to attract Increasing numbers of top agents who are entrepreneurial in their approach to the business and who recognize agent ownership as a fundamental shift in the way in which real estate professionals are valued as partners,” Glenn Sanford, founder and chief executive officer of EXPI, stated in today’s news release. “The Company is excited about its current growth trajectory and is continually looking to attract high quality professionals to the brokerage.”

eXp Realty’s growth is particularly compelling when studying the company’s recent history. Originally launched in October 2009, the Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage™ introduced an aggressive revenue sharing program that offers agents a percentage of the gross commission income earned by professionals they recruit to the company. While this idea represented an innovative take on the traditional real estate brokerage business model, EXPI uncovered a formula for accelerated growth and retention in 2014. After listing as a public company in 2013, EXPI instituted an equity-sharing initiative with its agents and brokers that has helped it establish a sizable foothold in major real estate markets across North America.

In late June, the benefits of eXp Realty’s high-engagement, low overhead business model were on display when Sally and Stephen Koss, founders of Greater Boston’s Landmark Group, decided to join the eXp team after more than three decades within the RE/MAX (NYSE: RMAX) system. When interviewed about the change, Sally Koss pointed toward EXPI’s ownership opportunities as a real game changer in the real estate industry.

“With eXp we have access to ground-breaking real estate technology to better serve our agents and clients,” she stated in a news release. “Most importantly though, we are able to thank our agents by providing them with the very same opportunities that we have — ownership as fellow shareholders able to build organizations within and across markets. While there are other companies in the industry that are publicly held, the driving force behind eXp’s public company status is to give direct ownership to its agents and brokers.”

In recent weeks, EXPI has continued to build on its success in growing the eXp Realty brand. The company added brokerage operations in both Utah and New Jersey in mid-July, expanding its national network to include 43 states, in addition to the District of Columbia. EXPI also recently announced the additions of Rick Miller and Randall Miles as independent members of its board of directors, and industry veteran Russ Cofano was introduced as the company’s chief strategy officer and general counsel. All three of these individuals are expected to play key roles in EXPI’s continued development, both within the public financial markets and as a rapidly-growing organization.

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OurPet’s Company’s (OPCO) Continued Product Innovation Sets Stage for another Strong Showing at SuperZoo, Solid FY16 Results

The World Pet Association’s version of E3 started this week at Las Vegas’s Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, giving companies in the pet industry the chance to get their brands in front of over 15,000 of the sector’s most influential buyers. As one of the pet industry’s biggest trade shows, SuperZoo 2016, opens its doors, it makes sense to look back at the success OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) had at the show last year. Winning “Best New Cat Product” at the 2015 SuperZoo for its OurPets® Catty Whack® helped see OurPet’s Company to record Q4 and FY15 financial results. This ingenious little platform, with a scratch pad on top and six holes around the perimeter from which a fast-moving feather wand randomly darts out, also features the company’s patented Electronic RealMouse® sound, brilliantly simulating the hunt, and feeding/satisfying the cat’s natural instincts.

The instant rapport with consumers established by this and other similarly well-designed products has endeared the company to “pet parent” consumers, allowing OurPet’s Company direct access to premium consumer demographics within the sector. A firm legal grasp on its growing portfolio of over 160 issued or pending patents and the ability to captivate consumers with elegant, high-quality, extremely clever designs, spanning everything from feeders and waterers to waste disposal solutions and toys, has cemented the company’s retail brand presence and the positioning of its ever-evolving array of products. This proven ability by OPCO to lock-in brand positioning with tightly-held IP and designs is a big part of the valuation story for the company moving forward.

Given its success last year, it is little wonder that the company is doubling down at this year’s SuperZoo with the rollout of its OurPets® Switchgrass Natural Cat Litter™ with BioChar, an all-natural and fully biodegradable litter that speaks directly to the core of the high-end consumer’s consciousness. As was pointed out late last year by Netherlands-based Innova Market Insights (, consumers want simple products with increased ingredient transparency and a back-to-basics approach that is focused on key positioning targets like organic and GMO-free. This is especially true when it comes to luxury and premium consumers who buy OurPet’s Company brand high-end feeder bowls and other offerings, like its new Intelligent Pet Care™ line of smart products, which have the ability to monitor pet behavior via the IntelligentPetLink™ smartphone app.

Years of product R&D went into this new cat litter and the superbly effective/sustainable combination of pine wood chips, which have undergone thermochemical decomposition (pyrolysis) to produce activated, non-marking carbon (biochar), with North American switchgrass speaks volumes about how well OPCO understands its target demos. Not only does the biochar process sequester CO2 while utilizing produced gasses as a clean-burning fuel, the biochar has proven to be extremely effective at soaking up moisture and odor. By this same token, switchgrass is a non-feedstock biomass typically used for applications like flood control, making it another ultra-green ingredient choice that both delivers performance and speaks directly to savvy high-end consumers about the product’s sustainability, and the company’s forward vectors.

Investors should keep an ear to the ground for news out about OurPet’s Company coming out of SuperZoo 2016, because if the latest product rollout is any indication, this could be another banner year for OPCO.

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Reports Significant Changes and Growth for the Month of July

eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB:EXPI) is the holding company for eXp Realty LLC, the Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage™. The company is a cloud-based real estate brokerage service for residential homing in North America. With this cloud platform, agents and brokers build their businesses from the comforts of their own homes. As a result, they can work, attend classes, strategize, and innovate, no matter where they are in the world.

With recent advances in technology, the 21st century consumer is even more equipped to make an informed decision when buying a home. Through EXPI’s cloud environment, prospective buyers can see more images, read more information on properties, and have more overall context, while still enjoying the ongoing support of a professional real estate team.

The month of July proved especially successful for EXPI. The company recently announced the appointment of three new, key members of the team. These include Russ Cofano, who has been appointed as chief strategy officer and general counsel, along with Rick Miller and Randall Miles, who have joined the company as part of the board of directors. Between them, these new members bring over 75 years of experience and expertise in the fields of real estate, brokerage, sales, leadership, finance, financial technology, and much more.

Aside from new appointments to the management and directors teams, EXPI will now operate in both New Jersey and Utah. The two new expansions will be led by Jeanne Borgers and Rick Southwick, two recognized leaders in the areas. As a result of this, EXPI is now operational in 43 States, as well as Alberta, Canada, and the District of Columbia, and is featured in more than 105 different Multiple Listing Services.

To top off the good news for July, eXp Realty has officially reached more than 1,400 real estate professionals, a number that grew by 67 between the 1st and 15th of July, and one that has grown from 862 since the beginning of 2016. In addition, at the beginning of the month, EXPI had a revamp of the eXp World cloud environment, enabling the company to leverage systems and tools that allow them to continue to provide consumers with efficient and quality services without the added expenses and burdens of brick and mortar facilities.

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Star Mountain Resources (SMRS) Primed to Capitalize on Rising Zinc Prices

August 2, 2016

Zinc prices have been exploding in recent months, up nearly 45% since the beginning of 2016 (, following what is seen by many as a classic example of shrinking supply and growing demand. In a recent article on the tightening zinc market in the UK (, Reuters columnist Andy Home points out that “The International Lead and Zinc Study Group (ILZSG), for instance, estimates that mine output outside of China contracted by 9.5 percent in the first quarter”, and “Investors have been drawn in by a narrative of mine closures and a resulting tightening of the raw materials supply chain.”

On the demand side, emerging economies, as well as the associated need for cars and trucks, continue to support the need for zinc. Zinc is the fourth most widely-consumed metal in the world, and it is an important alloy used in the production of automobiles and related products, as well as for zinc undercoating. A recent article on manufacturing in the Indian state of West Bengal, for example, emphasized the increasing government focus on growing the region’s automobile manufacturing (

For Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (OTC: SMRS), a micro-cap mining company focused on acquiring mineral properties and turning them into producing mines, the timing couldn’t be better. The company is currently engaged in restarting its Balmat zinc mining operation in St. Lawrence County, New York, which it acquired from HudBay Minerals in late 2015. It’s a move designed to propel Star Mountain from a junior explorer to an active producer, with a revenue stream expected in the latter part of 2016.

The Balmat/St. Lawrence Zinc Mine has a long and successful record, producing in excess of 30 million tons of ore with a grading of 8.6% zinc. It’s also fully permitted, complying with all current Federal and State mining regulations, and in line with Star Mountain’s stated dedication to the health and safety of employees, as well as local communities, and associated environmental responsibilities.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Announces Initiative Designed to Capitalize on Pokémon Go Phenomenon

Before the opening bell, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) announced plans to cash in on the Pokémon Go craze by developing a mobile app designed to bring like-minded players together. The company has already initiated discussions with programmers under contract to create a new app that will reward users for performing a number of geo-targeted actions while playing Pokémon Go. Additionally, Singlepoint’s companion app will look to increase the social interactions among gamers by introducing a comprehensive messaging platform that enables communication through global, team and friend-based channels. By combining these complementary features, Singlepoint aims to take advantage of the current mobile spectacle while spurring sustainable financial growth in the coming months.

“We are perfectly aligned in the mobile app space to take advantage of the current phenomenon that is Pokémon Go, along with similar scenarios in the gaming world across the board moving forward,” Greg Lambrecht, chief executive officer of Singlepoint, stated in a news release. “We are to the point where technology has demonstrated the ability for gaming to bring players to the outdoors: engaging, exploring and with a camaraderie among players like never before. We intend to capitalize on this in a big way.”

Since its launch in early July, Niantic’s Pokémon Go has blazed new trails in the mobile space. Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) confirmed that the app was downloaded more times during its first week on the App Store than any other app in history, and, as of July 18, it boasted an active user base of roughly 21 million in the United States alone. From a revenue standpoint, Pokémon Go currently generates roughly $1.6 million in daily revenue from the App Store, and similar results are to be expected from Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) Play. The game has also proven extremely successful in converting free users into paid users. According to a report by Needham and Company, Pokémon Go’s ratio of paid users to total users is roughly 10 times that of Candy Crush, the record-setting title from Activision Blizzard’s (NASDAQ: ATVI) King Digital, which generated more than $1 billion in revenue during both 2013 and 2014.

Pokémon Go has also flexed its digital muscle in the investment community. Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY) stock more than doubled in the wake of the game’s monumental release, despite the fact that the gaming giant didn’t make Pokémon Go and has somewhat limited upside from its success.

For Singlepoint, attempting to capitalize on the success of Pokémon Go is the next step in the company’s ongoing rollup acquisition initiative. Singlepoint leveraged this strategy in May when it acquired an interest in DraftFury, which is widely recognized as the first cash flow positive daily fantasy sports enterprise. Look for the company to build on the momentum offered by this acquisition in the coming weeks as it targets promising firms in the mobile app space, particularly those relating to the massive popularity of Pokémon Go.

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Moxian (MOXC) Implements Innovative O2O Strategies to Create an Effective Social Commerce Platform

Moxian, Inc. (OTCQB: MOXC) is one of China’s leading O2O platforms, helping companies connect with their customers and prospects at deeper levels than ever before. Moxian, Inc.’s interactive social media platform uses perfectly tailored features to help merchants advertise their services and products to the right target audiences. In turn, clients can play games, find friends, join groups, collect points, and redeem them in Moxian’s own online mall. Moxian, Inc. uses a combination of fun, modern strategies, and characteristics to connect prospects with companies they want to do business with.

Geolocation is not a new feature; it first surfaced in 2008 at the beginning of the smartphone revolution. However, Moxian, Inc. has integrated geolocation with its Moxian+ User App to allow users to connect with peers and businesses in their area. On the other hand, companies using the Moxian+ Business App use the geolocation feature to promote their products and services to the right markets.

MOXC also offers businesses the opportunity to use the Moxian+ Business App as a Social Customer Relation Management platform. Companies can use Moxian’s database to enforce their branding strategies and target the right audience. This allows them to build customer loyalty, bring in more business, and build a brand by targeting users that are more likely to be interested in their services. This is also achieved through Moxian’s personalized user experience, which gathers information from the Moxian+ User App. Together it creates a personalized shopping, gaming, and social networking experience for prospects, and presents them with products and services they are more likely to purchase.

A personalized user experience also means targeted ad campaigns. With this, businesses can efficiently show ads to users that are more likely to purchase their services. MOXC creates a personalized user experience, and this in turn builds the relationship between companies and prospects before they even enter the sales funnel.

Lastly, the Moxian+ User App provides user gamification to enhance customer experience and help businesses learn more about their markets. Users can choose from an array of games to play on their devices, and they can win gifts from Moxian merchants. Merchants have the opportunity to run personalized marketing campaigns, which boost qualified traffic. Moxian+ combines all of these features with offline interaction. The gifts and prizes are redeemable at merchant’s brick and mortar locations. This drives more qualified leads to both digital channels and physical locations, creating a dynamic toolkit to convert prospects into customers.

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