Quest Water (QWTR): Saving Lives In Africa

Believe or Not: Angola- The Highest GDP Growth in the World

Think China with it’s 8.5% GDP growth is still the highest in the World? Think again. The politically stable country of Angola, located in the Southwest corner of Africa, has 11% annual GDP growth and currently holds the title of the country with the highest GDP growth on Planet Earth.

This former Portuguese Colony went through an intense Civil War for 27 years- 1975 to 2002. Angola has vast natural resources – mineral and petroleum reserves. This country is the 2nd high oil producer in Africa and the 5th largest diamond producer in the world. The Heritage Foundation estimates Angola is the single largest supplier of oil to China.

Despite having double digit GDP growth since the end of its Civil War, Angola has one of the lowest average life expectancy rates in the world, and one of the highest infant mortality rates.

Angola has about 19 million people. The country adopted in new constitution in 2010, and is trying very hard to improve it’s rather poor ranking in human rights and income disparity. The new constitution gave more power to the Presidency. The President comes out of the ruling party, and there are elections coming in September.

As part of effort to improve the quality of life for Angola’s citizen’s, the government adopted the “Water For All Program” in 2007, and has been seeking solutions to provide quality drinking water for the country’s vast rural populations. The “Water For All Program” has been funded with $1 BILLION by the government- yes- that’s $1 Billion with a capital “B”.

The subject of today’s edition is new idea Quest Water Global (QWTR)- Quest was given a mandate from the Angolan government to develop a water purification system that will clean contaminated river and lake water in rural areas where power sources can’t be found.

Quest has answered the call and delivered two systems in 2012- one of which is installed and working flawlessly using solar power.

For your consideration: Quest Water Global Inc (OTC BB: QWTR):

 

Quest Water (OTC BB: QWTR): Delivers The Solution

The say one picture replaces 1,000 words. Here’s 2 pictures – I’m saving you reading 2,000 words. These pictures appeared in an article from Vancouver’s North Shore News on Sunday, June 17th.

You are looking at a picture of the world’s first functioning AQUAtap Community Drinking Water Station, located in Bom Jesus, Angola. It’s was installed this past March. This unit produces 20,000 clean liters of water per day, and requires no electricity, fuel, or chemicals of any kind. The unit produces no waste or harmful by-products.

The water, drawn from a nearby river, passes through a series of self cleaning filters, ultraviolet disinfection, and then goes into one of 2,000 liter holding tanks. Prior to dispensing to the end user, the water passes through one more ultraviolet filter. The unit runs on solar power.

The cost of the unit is $150,000. Quest plans to manufacture in Angola, which would reduce the cost to the Angolan Government to $120,000-with a 50% gross margin for QWTR.

QWTR is working on a partnership with the Angolan Government under the Water For All Program that initially called for 275 units. After the success of the initial installation, the two sides are talking about potential orders for thousands of units.

Other African countries have expressed interest as well- specifically Tanzania and Mozambique.

 

The Eye Opening Economics

The economics of the system are eye opening and impressive. Consider these numbers:

  • Imported Bottled Water costs $2 to $3 per liter
  • Local Bottled Water costs $1 per liter
  • Water from the AQUAtap solution costs $.0023 per liter- that’s 2/10ths of one cent per liter.

Pictured here you see Dr. Kiala Ngone Gabriel, the Angolan Secretary of State for Industry. Dr. Gabriel performed the dedication ceremony back on March 16th, and is spearheading efforts within the government to go into mass production of the AQUAtap units.

All of Africa is now taking notice of this new and revolutionary technology. This past Thursday QWTR disclosed it had received a Letter of Intent from the African Development Bank to finance the build out of a production facility in Angola.

An investment of $5.5 to $6 million would be required for the first facility, and this loan would cover the cost of construction, inventory, and working capital.

This news was big enough to be picked up by Bloomberg/BusinessWeek- which inevitably bring a larger audience to the company and more importantly to the stock.

Click Hereto read the article, or go to:

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-07-26/quest-water-seeks-afdb-funds-for-water-from-air-in-angola

 

The Technical Picture: Headed Higher on Higher Volume

Lots of factors are working in favor of QWTR. As you can see from the chart, volume has been picking up of late with a big surge three days ago in conjunction with the corporate update that contained the news about the funding Letter Of Intent with the African Development Bank.

Goldman Sach’s recent research report, referencing Water as the Oil of the 21st Century has investors seeking ideas in this arena.

The market is beginning to price the strong possibility of a large order and or agreement to purchase thousands of units from QWTR as they can be produced- and since they can be produced in their own country, this becomes an opportunity for the Angolan Government to produce both clean water and new jobs for its citizens.

With one in five Angolan children dying from exposure to contaminated drinking water, the need, amplified by the coming elections, puts QTWR in a position where positive events might be developing sooner rather than later.

The stock is also trading in an unquestionable up trend (see the green arrow). It will keep going higher until proven otherwise.

When I started studying this company, I was so impressed with what I read I began to accumulate the stock.

At present, I own 19,500 shares I picked up last week at an average cost of $1.2085. The stock closed at $1.23 on Friday, so it’s up less than 2 cents over the level I own it at.

I’m hoping the up trend continues, and I hope it accelerates with either news or more recognition of what the company has accomplished. I’m looking for the stock to trade into the $1.75 to $2 range in the next two to four weeks.

My suggestion would be to accumulate this one right up to $1.30, with a $1.10 SSL (suggested stop loss). I’m looking to take a full or partial profit in the $1.75 to $2 range. I also reserve the right to buy and/or sell QWTR at any time without prior notification.

If you liked getting out in front of the big volume surges in LUXR, VRNG, and BRFH, I suggest you take a hard look at this idea. I’ll be following this one for some time, expect updates and more information.


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Clean Coal (CCTC): Happy Ending to a Long and Convulted Story

A Long And Convoluted Story

This is a bit of a long story- one that appears to be headed for a very happy ending. Clean Coal Technologies (CCTC) is a penny stock investors have been hanging their hats on for quite a few years.

It’s a 5 cent story with pretty dramatic upside- the exact kind of story people like you and I love to find for a mere nickel. From 5 cents there’s not all that much downside, but if the dream becomes reality, the score of a lifetime.

This past March this little stock appreciated 300% over the course of about 10 days when the market learned a gigantic diversified conglomerate (Archean Group) with commodity based operations in Indonesia pledged to invest $2 million towards building a pilot plant to prove CCTC concept is sound.

The stock did a round trip back to the $.04 to $.05 level as investors awaited the final news on how and where that capital would be deployed.

Today, after the market closed, we learned exactly who will get it and how it will be spent. This could lead to another 300% rally that might just stick this time. This is the news CCTC’s audience has been waiting for.

Let’s start with a little background, and we’ll go from there.

Dirty, Filthy Coal- But There’s Lots Of It

I’ve spent the last couple hours reading about coal, and I now know more than I ever thought I’d need to know, and probably a lot less than I should.

Coal is used to power a lot of US utilities, but so is our very cheap natural gas. Coal pollution is a problem in the US, but a far, far bigger problem in the Far East- particularly China and Indonesia, where coal is the primary source of fuel for power plants.

As it turns out, coal is very “wet” and porous. It burns very well, but the wet and porous low grade coals give off huge levels of pollution that have blackened the skies all over the Far East, and created a horridly toxic environment.

Enter Clean Coal Technologies (CCTC)- a company that has captured the imagination of penny stock investors. CCTC claims to have a solution to the problem which has mind boggling commercial implications.

CCTC has a proprietary process for drying out or “cleaning” coal before it’s sent to a power plant to generate electrical energy. Using a combination of pressure and heat, CCTC dries out the coal and removes the toxic chemicals, which can then be transported out and actually sold for other purposes.

As you can see from the diagram, the Exhaust Gas Collection and Separation happens before the coal is moved on to the power plant. There are other companies offering to clean pre burned coal, but each of them must pulverize the stuff to dust, and it becomes un burnable as dust. It must be restored to its natural porous rock state.

Penny stock investors have been willing to bet this might just work. CCTC has been working diligently to get pilot programs going in Indonesia and Mongolia- two places where a lot of super cheap low grade coal is burned.

Today, after the market closed, the company made a critical announcement that should crank up the buzz in a major way from the Penny Stock community.

CCTC announced how it is going to spend the $2 million that was pledged by Archean Group in March. CCTC has entered into an EPC Contract (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) contract with US based engineering giant SAIC- a Fortune 500 company that generates over $10 billion in annual sales.

SAIC has been contracted to build a “proof of concept” plant in Oklahoma that will be 1/10th the size of a normal plant, and be used to demonstrate CCTC’s technology works.

So, while this little stock has certainly had its ups and downs, and the management needed to undergo and major turnover, it would appear CCTC is finally going to have the opportunity to prove this technology works. Without having some merit, it’s highly doubtful Archean Group would be ponying up $2 million to build a pilot plant.

From $.05, I’ll bet investors are willing to pounce on this stock now that there’s some concrete evidence huge companies have looked at their technology, and are willing to bet on it.

Where to from here? Read on……….

Deja Vu From March

To get some reasonable expectation of where we might go, let’s look at March’s chart when the $2 million funding was announced with Archean Group.

As you can see from the chart, this past March when CCTC announced it had been pledged $2 million to start moving forward on proving this Clean Coal technology works, the stock went berserk.

In a matter of a few days, the stock climbed from $.04 to a high of $.16. If you owned it at $.04, and sold on the spike, you quadrupled your money.

Even when it pulled back, it traded sideways at about $.08 for over a month- if you owned it at $.04 you could doubled your money and had plenty of time to get out.

I can’t say for sure where this stock will go over the next few days after this monster piece of news, but it seems to me it’s better than it was in March. We now have SAIC involved, and that’s a highly respected Fortune 500 company.

I’ve looked at this company in the past, and held off on writing about it. I was waiting for some sort of tangible break through. The breakthrough as a $.05 stock has arrived.

The next breakthrough will be pilot plant operations, and the company might have to prove itself again- however, this might happen when the stock is $.50- who knows? I just know with $2 million from the Archean Group funding and the EPC contract with SAIC (NYSE: SAI), this little stock takes on a whole new life. There’s already a heavily embedded audience as the stock trades 1.5 million shares on average, so their response might just send this stock rocketing up the charts.

The hard part is figuring out where it will open tomorrow. I suspect it’s going back to the $.16 level from March, so anything in the $.10 range offers a nice short term gain. Set your SSL (suggested stop loss) at $.04- but I don’t believe it will go there in the short term. Accumulate up to $.10 for a move to $.16 to $.20.


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Barfresh Food Group (OTC: BRFH) The Most Profitable 7 Square Inches on Earth

OTC: BRFH The Health Food Smoothie Craze

Quietly and unnoticed there is a major stealth bull market going on in the health food sector. Here’s some examples:

  • Organic pasta, breakfast cereal, and frozen pizza company Annie’s (NYSE: BNNY) came public at $19 per share on March 28th. Within one month, the stock traded up to $44 per share, yielding a 131% return in 30 days for investors lucky enough to get the IPO shares.
  • Since the market low in 2009, nationwide organic super market chain Whole Foods Market (NYSE: WFM) has traded from $10 to $85, delivering a mere 750% to investors over a 3 year period as the company continues to deliver an annual growth rate in excess of 10%.
  • Organic Grocer Fresh Market (NYSE: TFM) – a competitor to Whole Foods, was a $32 stock in 2011- today the stock trades closer to $52 for a 62.5% gain over the past year. Fresh Market delivered 13.5% growth in 2011.
  • Hain Celestial Group (NASDAQ: HAIN), a natural and organic food manufacturer, was a $16 stock in early 2011. Today, HAIN trades for about $45, delivering a 182% return for those who have held the stock for the past 18 months.
  • Monster Beverage Corp (NASDAQ: MNST), formerly known as Hansen’s Natural Sodas, was a run of the mill Southern California beverage company for many years. Hansen’s introduced a line of natural sodas and bottled carbonated fruit juices, and sales exploded. In the past year, MNST has run from $20 to $64- yielding a whopping 220% to investors who chose to hold the stock the past 15 months.

Attention health food investors- there’s a new food specialist in town. This company’s products have been marketed in Australia, New Zealand, and the Middle East for the past seven years, and the same management team is now in the US and ready to penetrate the market. They have perfected the product Down Under, and are now introducing it to a market 30 times the size.

Their specialty beverages can be found in over 1100 locations Down Under, and is about to take the US QSR (Quick Serve Restaurant) market by storm in the US.

For your consideration:

Barfresh Food Group (OTC: BRFH): The Most Profitable 7 Square Inches in the World

McDonald’s put their smoothie program in last year, and same store sales went up 6%. For an established restaurant chain like McDonald’s, a 6% same store sales increase is a massive gain. Its unheard and drove McDonald’s stock to all time high of $100 per share.

Once behemoth McDonald’s gets a result like that, every other chain follows suit to take advantage of the new trend and remain competitive. So, naturally, Burger King has introduced their version this year, complete with a major advertising campaign starring David Beckham, Jay Leno, and Mary J. Blige. I guess a 6% revenue bump is worth a major advertising investment.

Barfresh Food Group (OTC: BRFH) The Most Profitable 7 Square Inches on Earth

Barfresh Food Group (OTC: BRFH) The Most Profitable 7 Square Inches on Earth

The key ingredients in a smoothie are ice cream (or sorbet), fruit, fruit juice, and ice. So, if you’re a quick serve restaurant with fairly limited space to prepare new menu items, how do you put together a Smoothie offering to your customers? The difficulty is by far the ice- most QSRs do not have ice behind the counter- the only ice in the store is on the other side of the counter, and comes out of the soft drink fountain machine.

Enter Barfresh with the perfect solution, and no other food provider on Planet Earth can provide this same solution. It is patented in many countries around the world, and patent pending in the US.

BRFH sells this product to all kinds of customers- but their largest category of customer is the QSR- Quick Serve Restaurant. This is the perfect solution for a QSR to get in the Smoothie business with a great deal of ease.

All the store needs 5.5 ounces of water, seven square inches on a counter for a blender, and some freezer space. These specially designed packages sell to restaurants for about $1 each.

A high quality Smoothie can be made in a blender is just 30 seconds and served to the customer. Restaurants charge anywhere from $2.50 to $4.50 for the finished product, making the Smoothie one of the highest margin products on the menu.

Hence- my belief the 7 square inches required for the blender might be the most profitable 7 square inches on Earth.

It’s extremely easy for any employee to prepare, and there is zero waste, and a great margin- QSRs love this.

BRFH Ready to Deliver

The packaging process is proprietary, and took many years to perfect. Their patented production lines can be added on to any ice cream factory, which will allow the company to expand rapidly in the US without huge capital investment.

No one else in the world has the capability to put ice, ice cream, frozen fruit, and fruit juice in the same frozen package.

BRFH has completed the installation of its first production in an ice cream factory in Salt Lake City, and is ready to begin accepting purchase orders in the near future.

This product was developed in Australia, and the Barfresh Smoothie is served in nearly every Subway store in Australia, New Zealand, and the Middle East. Krispy Kreme is a customer as well, along with many other names that aren’t familiar to US consumers.

One important note: Barfresh USA and Barfresh Australia are separate companies with the same ownership. Founder Riccardo Della Coste is the CEO of both companies, and is running the show on both sides of the oceans.

You can invest in the US version now under symbol BRFH. The company has just completed its first US production line. This line is capable of producing about 7 million units annually. The company has been showing product in the US for 3 years, and I believe its first major orders are just around the corner.

I suspect the stock will trade a lot higher when the company starts announcing its first orders. A close relationship with a major QSR chain like Taco Bell, Dunkin Donuts, or Quizno’s subs would like send the stock screaming up the charts.

Barfresh Food Group (OTC: BRFH) The Most Profitable 7 Square Inches on Earth

Barfresh Food Group (OTC: BRFH) The Most Profitable 7 Square Inches on Earth

For risk oriented investors, this is the time to get involved- before the orders come.

Time to Invest Your 7 Minutes in BRFH

As I mentioned yesterday, all you need to do is commit 7 minutes of your time to watch a video on the company. I know everyone can afford to invest 7 minutes.

Click Here to watch the video and read a lot more about the company from another source.

Here’s the URL: http://www.gobarfresh.com/

Longer term, the QSR market in the US is 30 times that of Australia

Longer term, the QSR market in the US is 30 times that of Australia

There’s some other information you should have. For starters, I’ve purchased a lot of this stock through my company and my family account. I was instrumental in helping the company raise capital in the US to get the operations started.

I expect to be very active trading this stock- both buying and selling. I did both last week, and will continue to do so without any prior notification. I’m both hoping and expecting the company to start delivering its first purchase orders in the near future, and am hopeful these future events will have the stock trading much higher.

Much more on this company in the coming weeks. There’s a lot to know and understand.

I love this stock around the $1 level. I believe it could follow the same trajectory we saw with LUXR last month- trading to about $1.50, backing and filling, and eventually finding the $2 level over the next 4 weeks. Fundamental developments will have a lot do with the short term upside.

Longer term, the QSR market in the US is 30 times that of Australia, so the company has massive upside potential. QSRs are scrambling to put in a Smoothie program, driven by the need to catch up with McDonalds and Burger King.
Invest 7 minutes to watch the video- you can afford it, then own the stock if you are as compelled as I am.


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Liberator “LUVU”: Just Getting Started – Liberator (OTC BB: LUVU): Just Getting Started

Liberator (OTC BB: LUVU): Just Getting Started

On January 15th I published my first coverage of Liberator (LUVU) when the stock was $.15. LUVU then proceeded to bore everyone to death by spending January, February, March, and April trading between $.15 and $.20 on fairly light volume.

However, when I saw the 2nd quarter numbers for the December ’11 quarter, I knew it was just a matter of time before the stock found an audience and its way to a valuation that is more reflective of the company’s achievements.

LUVU has tapped in to a growing segment of the economy that is widely followed by anyone but the retailers who want your business. Companies like Amazon, Drugstore.com, Walgreens, and CVS are all jumping on the bandwagon, and LUVU is the only pure play in the sector.

Since starting the company in 2002, LUVU has achieved over $60 million in revenues, and turned profitable for the first time in its history last quarter. Over $20 million is a real possibility this calender year- which is huge growth when one considers it took 10 years to get past the $60 million mark.

The stock has started trading beautifully. The audience is developing, and the next quarterly numbers will reflect LUVU’s best time of year- no wonder it’s trading so well out in front of the numbers.

Here’s a refresher edition for those who want to take another look- I believe there’s still tremendous upside from these levels.

Meet The Fockers Meets LUVU

Meet The Fockers is the 2004 comedic comic film starring Ben Stiller, Teri Polo, Dustin Hoffman, and Barbara Streisand. Greg Focker (Stiller’s character) is marrying Pam Byrnes (Polo’s Character). Her retired CIA agent dad (De Niro) wants to meet his quirky, hippy like parents- Hoffman and Streisand.

(OTC BB: LUVU) - Turns Profitable

(OTC BB: LUVU) - Turns Profitable

It was the second movie in the franchise, and was wildly popular. The film cost $80 million to make, and ended up grossing over $500 million worldwide.

Roz Focker – Greg’s mother (played by Barbara Streisand), plays a sex therapist who specializes in senior sexuality. The plot line is hysterical, especially when Streisand interacts with uptight, ex CIA agent Robert Di Niro.

There’s plenty of sexual over tones in the movie, especially in light of Streisand’s character.

One of the unintended stars of the movie is some unique furniture displayed prominently in several of the scenes. This same furniture has been shown in several other Hollywood movies, and more recently on a very popular reality show- the Real Housewives of Atlanta.

Atlanta based Liberator, Inc (LUVU), a company that has generated over $60 million in revenues since its inception in 2002, came up with a very clever way to use left over foam scraps by turning it into portable furniture. The company is hitting new sales records every quarter, and is just starting to turn profitable for the first time in its history.

Liberator takes left over foam and cuts it into a variety of triangle and incline shapes to create specially shaped pillows and furniture. It’s primarily designed as bedroom accessories, but they make lines of bean bag chairs popular with college students and others.

While it doesn’t get a lot of attention, there is a whole new category of consumer products being categorized as Sexual Wellness or Sexual Well Being.

Visit the Web Site at www.soap.com. It’s a household and personal care site selling everything from discount diapers to toothpaste and hair products. There’s a category on the home page on the top menu bar for Sexual Wellness.

These products are getting main stream adoption rapidly. Liberator’s single biggest customer is Amazon.com. Amazon has a full product offering in a section known as “Sexual Wellness”. Click Here to visit Amazon’s product offerings in this category.

Drugstore.com, Vitaminshop.com, and Brookline are other retailers moving rapidly into the space. These products are no longer shopped for a seedy little specialty stores. It’s all behind closed doors, but it’s main stream now, and the market for these products is growing very rapidly.

Liberator (OTC BB: LUVU) Delivering the Numbers- Turns Profitable

This past December, LUVU delivered its best quarter ever. The companies top line came in at $4.3 million- a 17% increase from the same quarter in 2010. Gross profits were $1.25 million. For the first time in company history, LUVU reported a net profit of about $40k- this turn to profitability has investors taking a hard look at LUVU for the first time.

According to Business Week, the commercial sex industry is now ranked one of the “Top 5 Rising Industries for 2031″- expected to grow over 17% each ear. In 2006, this industry contributed $13.3 billion to the total US economy. You cannot afford to ignore this industry group- after all, It’s bigger than the NFL, NBA, and MLB combined.

At its current growth rate, this will be a $47 billion global industry by 2030. There are numerous research reports highlighted how the commercial sex industry has moved from underground, small scale operations to more normalized, main streamed companies.

For more information, read researcher Emily Empel’s on The Future of the Commercial Sex Industry in 2030. Click on the title to get there.

Conclusion- Your Upside

Lest you think there’s no money to be made in the few stocks in this sector, think again. Check out this chart.

This is Rick’s Cabaret. Yes- this was a reverse merger bulletin board stock many year’s ago. This $84 million per year company is been a smokin hot stock from time to time. As you can see from this weekly chart, RICK was $4 in 2009, and nearly $30 in 2010. Not bad if you owned it at $4.

LUVU is a story of clever American ingenuity. I love stories like this. Founder Lewis Friedman took discarded foam scraps and turned them into $60 million in revenues over 9 years.

Furthermore, in the Sexual Wellness category, LUVU is the only company that exists with a real brand. With customers like Amazon, Drugstore.com, Wallgreens, and VitaminShop.com, their products are easily attainable by Main Stream consumers.

Absolutely no one knows about this stock. I personally invested in the company about 3 years ago in a private placement priced at $.25 per share. The company was smaller than, but market valuations were richer. I had 100,000 shares- I now have nearly 90,00 shares left.

This chart tells the whole story. Even though it was only a $40,000 profit last quarter, it was a major turning point for the company. Once the profit corner is turned and growth continues, the bottom line can accelerate, and the market knows that.

I suspected this one will continue to trade up rather easily once investors start catching on to the growth in both their sector and their company.

There’s under 90 million shares I&O, so at $.385 the entire market cap is only $35 million-it’s trading at less than 2x annual sales, which is absurdly cheap.

I see no reason why this stock couldn’t trade into the $.75 to $1.00 range over the next 30 to 45 days as more investor get exposed to the story. From today’s close, this would represent 100% to 150% return on investment.

If you like this idea, I would act right at the open tomorrow, and of course use a limit order- I wouldn’t pick it up any higher than $.40 to $.45 on the first day. It’s important to own this stock before the March quarterly numbers are released as it’s generally their best quarter thanks to Valentine’s Day sales.

However, I do plan to cover every development out of this company for the next 30 days, or longer. Use $.30 as your SSL. Risk 10 cents to double your money or more.

Consider Rick’s Cabaret (RICK)- had you bought it at the absolute bottom at $4- you could have ridden it to $30. The move from $10 to $30 was still a triple, so there was plenty of upside after the initial surge.


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This company was recently featured on the Bravo Show the Real Housewifes of Atlanta. They make a visit to the Liberator retail store. WWW.Liberator.com is their retail web site.

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Trading 101: Luxeyard (LUXR) Reviewed

Trading 101

Want to be smart about making a lot of money in low priced stocks? Actually, this philosophy works well for all stocks. The key is to be willing to invest when stocks are under followed, then be a seller when everyone is piling in.

Today’s trading 101 lesson is a perfect demonstration of how well this style can work. The recent example is our giant win with current idea Luxeyard (OTC BB: LUXR). On April 12th- just 16 days ago, I published my first edition on Flash Sale Site company Luxeyard- this is the future of retailing. I stated I believed the stock was 50% undervalued based on the recent valuations VCs have awarded to like companies through investments.

The market rapidly became aware of LUXR, and the stock has been trading just gang busters of late. Since it was $.80 at the time of introduction, if it was 50% undervalued at $.80, it would follow the stock would be fully valued at $1.20. The stock has since seen a high of $1.60.

After running to $1.25 in short order, I revealed I had been a seller of part of my position about that $1.20 level on the first run. After all- $1.20 was my fully valued number. When the stock pulled back as you can see in the chart, I suggested there was a “mulligan” for those who missed the first big move in my April 19th edition.

This past week has been huge for this stock, and I took advantage of the opportunity to further lighten up on my position. This is Trading 101. When you see big surging bars for both volume and price, it’s generally a good time to lock in some profits.

I was once again a seller of part of my position earlier this week when the stock traded up over $1.50. LUXR has so far been a good candidate for trading as it has been extremely volatile- both up and down. This past week there were a couple of huge spikes up accompanied by big volume. Those are the days you want to lighten up your position.

Note the stock fell back the last couple of days on much lighter volume, suggesting another volume surge would take it back up rather easily. There’s fewer sellers than buyers, but if the volume bars surge as the stock pulls back, my view could change.

At this point, I’m a buyer if it pulls back much farther, and a seller if it surges again with high volume bars.

That’s Trading 101 for today. Big Volume and Price bars on a chart like this should suggest to you to lighten up. Low volume retractions are a chance to add to your position. I remind the readers I am an investor in both free trading and restricted share of LUXR with my own capital.

One Step Ahead

So, if you’re going to be a successful penny stock investor, you have to be one step ahead of the market, and accumulate when no one is watching. You have to like the company, you have understand the chart, and it helps to be a little lucky timing wise.

There are two stocks in my coverage universe that I believe are likely to deliver major fundamental developments- the kind that sends the stocks running up the charts.

Those two stocks are Plandai Biotech (PLPL- March 26th Edition) , and Nuvilex (NVLX- March 19th Edition). I’m committed to covering both of those companies for six months as I see both of them having very significant upside in those time frames, and want to give everyone the maximum opportunity to profit handsomely from both of these ideas if they work out.

In my last edition on April 24th, I suggested PLPL had gotten quiet enough to jump in- sure enough, this past week the stock surged from $.20 to $.29 before giving ground of only 1 crummy penny. See how this works? I’m expecting PLPL to deliver in a much bigger way when it completes the promised $13 million financing from the South African government to begin the process of delivering it’s miraculous version of Green Tea Extract.

My other longer term following is Nuvilex (NVLX)- the company that has Encapsulation Technology for drug therapies proven to enhance the ability of drug therapies. Clinical trials done in Germany about 5 years ago on Pancreatic Cancer patients yielded remarkable results.

NVLX is now gearing up to take it’s unique therapy systems back into a clinical environment and move the process of eventual commercialization one more step. Capital is needed. Stand by for developments and more upside on the stock.

This little $.07 stock offers a ton of upside from this super cheap level. It popped from $.05 this past week, and it’s just a development or two from finding $.25 in my view.

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Plandai (PLPL) Poised: One For Two On Bounces

One For Two

In the last week I’ve made the call on two different stocks that were streaking, and corrected to provide a better entry point for those who either missed the first run, or traded out for a profit.

One gigantic win, and one fizzled. In Major League Baseball with a bat in your hand, that will get you millions. In small stocks, it’s still pretty darn good- after all, stocks go only go to zero- there’s no ceiling as to how high they can go.

My win- calling the bounce in Luxeyard (LUXR)- which looks like it could make a new all time high today or tomorrow. As I disclosed in a previous edition, I sold some of the shares I own the last time the stock was close to the $1.20 level- I still own most of it- not this time- I believe the stock is destined to surpass $1.50 and might even find $2. Putting all the ups and downs aside, I picked it at $.80 on April 12th- $1.15 today for a 44% gain.

Yesterday call for a bounce on American Liberty (OREO) was premature- it appears I missed it by a day. If you pick it up on the open, you’re in at $1.40- now $1.30, but below my SSL of $1.30, so you might be out. The stock could still set up for a rally, and the volume is coming in nicely.

Perhaps unnoticed in yesterday’s trading was the big bounce in Nuvilex (NVLX)- which I called at $.06 back on March 18th. I’m sticking with this one for six months. I love the technology they’re working on. The stock has been quiet of late, but hit $.077 yesterday on huge volume- interest in surfacing. Net gain on that one 28% from day 1.

The Next Bounce: Plandai Biotech (OTC BB: PLPL)

I’m calling it – right here, right now. It’s sometimes tough to call the streaking stocks- up and down. Sometimes you just don’t hit the number perfectly. So, if you want to make money, and want to get in ahead of the crowd, perhaps it makes sense to look at one that is quiet, down, under followed, and no one wants. Then, when the market goes nuts for the stock, you can be a seller and notch some significant gains when everyone else is piling in.

I’d ask you to look back at my presentation on Plandai Biotech (PLPL)- back on March 26th. If you want to read the original presentation, simply go back and click on the date. At the time, the stock was $.25, and it’s quietly hovering just above my SSL of $.18- $.20 bid- but offered at $.245- we started at $.25, so no damage done on this one- still plenty of upside.

If you read the original presentation, this company is a combination Ag/Technology story that has developed a revolutionary new method for processing Green Tea Extract- a substance that is in high demand. This company is making the stuff 10 times more powerful than anyone else on Earth.

The company will be commercializing its product in South Africa with a debt financing of $13 million from the South African government, but the loan has not closed yet. When it does, I suspect the stock will go bonkers. It’s impossible to predict how high it will go, but the stock hit $.75 when the agreement was announced.

Today- in quiet trading, it’s about $.25.

I can’t guarantee it will head back to $.75- but I suspect the company is getting very close to closing this transaction, and once announced the stock will have a new life.

So, it you’re tired of chasing these stocks up and down the charts and trying to get on the right side of a trade, you want to own this one ahead of the closing, which I believe is imminent. If just makes too much sense from an economic development stand point.

Accumulate PLPL today while no one is paying attention. Look what happened with NVLX yesterday. Others have surged out of nowhere. Have a 2 to 4 week window in time, but don’t be surprised if the fireworks happen in short order. It simply makes too much sense- the South African government needs employers in these ag regions, and this company is perfectly positioned to put a mere $13 million to work- that’s chump change on a government scale, but huge for PLPL shareholders.

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Regency Resource (RSRS): Technically Tasty

Wow: Zero To Hero In Two Weeks

It’s been a bit of a dry spell lately, with a few of my ideas backing up this year and generating losses. That’s the nature of penny stock investing- when you’re hot, you’re really hot. When you’re cold, it seems like winter in Alaska. You might have thought I couldn’t hit my backside with a tennis racquet. So, just when you least expect it….BOOM

On Vringo (AMEX: VRNG)- if you’re a trader, you should take profits. If you own it from my original call of $1.25 a year ago, last Fall at $1.20, or two weeks ago in the mid $2 range, you should be up anywhere from 220% to 60%. In either case, the stock gets hot when news drives it up, and drifts down when it’s quiet. With Monday’s huge gap up on the Mark Cuban news, it’s time to lock in gains and reacquire when it quiets down. The stock will likely fill the gap and head back to $3.

The response to my Luxeyard (OTC BB: LUXR) idea has been overwhelming. I suggested the short term price target of $1- a 25% gain in a few days. Yesterday the stock closed at $1.19 on 3.6 million shares of volume. A new high for both price and volume. Investors love this one. That’s a 50% gain in the first 5 trading days, which I’m of course very pleased about.

LUXR is just getting started, but it’s not going to rocket up like this everyday. As I’ve disclosed, I have a very large position in both free trading shares and restricted shares, all picked up with my own money. I’ve liquidated a small percentage of shares into this rally, but technically the stock sure looks like it wants to go higher. I have the restricted shares for my long term position, so I’m not afraid to lose a little into this frenzy.

If you’ve been watching, you might want to wait for a pullback to get involved. I don’t know. I could be $1.50 today, or it could be $1. Either way, a short term gigantic win for OTC Journal members.

If you missed my interview with the Chairman of Luxeyard on the BigBizShow on Monday morning, just go to www.otcjournal.com, and hit the play button on the video window whenever you’d like.

Penny stocks are very hot right now. I’m looking for technical breakouts, and watching a couple of names. If you’re looking for a good trade, here’s one you can check out right now. Big volume has appeared out of nowhere, and this one might be just getting started.

Read on………

Regency Resources (OTC BB: RSRS): Technically Tasty

Another one is blowing up out of nowhere. I’m a huge fan of the new direction for digital technologies. Consider my last few ideas: iTrackr (IRYS)- despite it not working out; Vringo (VRNG)- a giant win that helps you watch your cell phone ring; and Luxeyard (LUXR)- the new frontier of digital shopping and a giant short term win.

So, when I see a heretofore unknown and unfollwed stock explode with volume after announcing they are acquring a company that is building out media for delivering content to the next generation of Internet TV, it gets my attention.

3D TV did not take off. I don’t think people really cared about having their TV in 3D- I mean, after all, the Hi Def picture we get now is so fantastic there wasn’t enough incentive to switch your TV out.

However, I can’t tell you how many times I wished I could browse on my TV. There’s so much Hi Def programming you can get online, people want to get it to the TV screen.

That’s probably why investors are pouncing on Regency Resources- soon to acquire Digital Distributed Acquisition Corp, a “media based business offering an in-depth portfolio of content for Internet TV distribution” (according to a recent press release).

I dug into the SEC filings and learned RSRS has entered into a binding agreement to merge, but the merger is not closed at this time, which adds a bit of risk to the idea. Without the Digital Distribution company, the company doesn’t have much.

However, the market seems to love it. As you can see from this chart, the intention to acquire DDAC was announced on the 12th. The stock traded 500,000 shares that day, and has now traded nearly 3 million shares in 4 trading days. That’s quite a step up from less than 10,000 shares a day before the acquisition was announced.

The stock has also traded from $.85 to about $1.10, and could be just getting started. I’ve seen a few of these huge volume surges of late, and they all seem to be taking these stocks higher (see LUXR).

I really like this chart. I suggest owning it immediately, but the lack of information about company leads me to also suggest a tighter stop than normal. If the pattern repeats itself I could easily this one finding its way to $1.75 to $2.

Pick it up in this $1.10 range, but use $.90 for your SSL (suggested stop loss). If it trades below $.90, you’re on your own. However, if this volume continues and the stock continues to look this good technically, you might just find yourself notching a $.50 to $.75 gain (45% to 70% gain) against the possibility of a $.20 loss. I’m looking for this one to find these higher levels in the next two weeks.

All the major manufacturers are beginning to introduce pre configured Internet TVs, and someone has to provide the technology and content to make them worth it. Why not RSRS- if for nothing but a trading profit?


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Luxeyard (OTC BB: LUXR): Price and Volume Breakout

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New High: Price and Volume on LUXR

There’s no way you can tell me this is not a great chart. It looks perfect, and looks like higher levels are in store. My short term price target of $1, and longer term price target of $3 looks like it’s a distinct possibility- the $1 short term price target appears to be a fait accompli with Friday’s breakout.

And, speaking of the $1 price target, let’s take a quick look at the chart. In the last hour of trading on Friday, the stock broke out on big volume.

Here’s what happened this past week. On Monday, LUXR traded 168,000 shares. Tuesday- 165,000; Wednesday-254,000, Thursday- 259,000, and Friday- get ready- 580,000 shares.

Perhaps more importantly, the $.80 level had acted as a ceiling for the stock. In the last hour of trading on Friday, the stock broke through to the $.90 level. suggesting the market had eaten through the $.80 resistance level, and was finally ready to go higher.

$1 in short order- perhaps even Monday. You might not have believed my hypothesis this stock was indeed 50% undervalued based on registered users. It would appear the market is buying into that hypothesis.

If you don’t own this stock yet you’ve only missed the first 11% move- in the first two days. More to come likely.

If you want a little better understanding of their model and you want to meet the Chairman, I suggest you tune into the BigBizShow on Monday at 12:30 Eastern, 9:30 Pacific.

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As many of you know, I’m the co host of the show every Monday from 12PM to 2PM eastern. The show finds its way onto hundreds of AM radio stations into into about 30 million cable homes throughout the course of the day.

Amir Mireskandari, Chairman of Luxeyard (OTC BB: LUXE), will be interviewed live on the show by Sully and myself. He’ll be discussing the future of retail in general, and discussing some specifics of the Luxeyard business model.

11% in the bag. More to come.

Vringo (AMEX: VRNG) Finds High Profile Sponsorship

It’s likely VRNG – one of my current favorites, will surge Monday. Late in the day it was reported Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA team and well known technology investor, has taken a 7% passive stake in VRNG.

Watch for a surge on Monday on the heels of that news.


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If Steve Jobs Had Known

Laser Targeting

Treating cancer- it’s a huge industry. The estimate? Glad you asked: The number is so large, I couldn’t even find an estimate. One study shows Americans lose $2.3 billion every year waiting for cancer treatment.

The answer on how much is spent is many billions. Cancer is a wide ranging term, so numbers are only available for specific types of cancer. $1 billion is spent on research for breast cancer alone. The estimate for therapy costs- $13.9 billion for breast cancer. That’s a whole bunch of billions.

Chemotherapy- the introduction of chemicals that kill tumors, is one tried and true therapy for either slowing down the spread of cancer, and/or sending it into remission. However, the downside of chemotherapy- it’s a shot gun effect treatment. Another words, patients are heavily dosed with poisons that have been shown to greatly effect specific kinds of cancers. In many cases, the treatment is worse than the disease, and patients often opt to live out their lives without the aggressive therapy.

A new delivery system known a “Bioencapsulation”- nicknamed and copy writed as “Cell-in-a-Box” has been designed to significantly increase the locally available amount of an active cancer drug directly to the tumor- thereby minimizing the surrounding damage and reducing harmful side effects.

Rather than the shotgun effect- this is a laser targeted “Sniper” effect designed just to kill the tumor: Read on…..

Pancreatic Cancer – Hard to Diagnose and Quickly Fatal

Pancreatic Cancer is a solid tumor with a very poor prognosis and extremely limited treatment options. The median survival time from this difficult to diagnose condition is less than 6 months. There’s about 120,000 cases diagnosed annually in the US, Europe, and Japan combined.

US based Nuvilex (OTC BB: NVLX) has acquired the rights from SG Austria to develop and market this revolutionary “Cell-in-a-Box” therapy that has been proven effective in a Phase I/II clinical trial on Pancreatic Cancer patients in Germany. The trial was performed on 14 patients at the Rostock Medical University.

For those of you who are not familiar with the FDA process for drug approval, here’s the overview for dummies like me:

  • A Phase I trial is used to prove the therapy won’t kill you
  • A Phase II trial is used to demonstrate the product has some level of effectiveness on a small sampling of patients
  • A Phase III trial is a much larger patient study and is the last step prior to an FDA approval- if one is granted.

It takes about $1 billion and many years to get a new drug through the FDA process. Sometimes, depending on the severity of the disease being treated, studies are combined for patients with little other recourse- another words- extreme terminal situations.

Such is the case with the Phase I/II trial performed on 14 Pancreatic Cancer patients in Germany.

The patients’ median survival rate doubled compared to historical controls when using Chemo drug Gamzar. The one year survival rate tripled, and only 1/3 the standard chemo dosage was used.

Pain was diminished and quality of life was improved considerably while visible tumors stabilized during the course of treatment.

How It Works

NVLX’s cancer therapy is not a new drug. It is a new way to laser target the delivery of an existing drug. The delivery system works something like GoreTex- the water proof fabric that breathes. With GoreTex, the pores in the fabric are designed so that smaller air molecules can pass through, but water molecules cannot. Hence- the fabric breathes, but you stay dry.

The drug is “bioencapsulated” in a cell and injected into the body near the site. Immune cells- like water molecules with GoreTex are too large to attack the “Cell-in-a-Box”, so they are ignored by the immune system.

However, small cells can pass out of the Bioencapsuled cell and attack the tumors in the immediate vicinity.

Using a catheter, the Bioencapsulated cells containing 1/3 the normal dosage of the cancer drug were introduced near the tumors using a catheter. These x-ray images show the actual catheter and subsequent implantation of the “Cell-in-a-Box” placement.

Now- are you ready for the eye opening results?:

The patients’ median survival rate doubled compared to historical controls when using chemo drug Gamzar. The one year survival rate tripled, and only 1/3 the standard chemo dosage was used.

Pain was diminished and quality of life was improved considerably while visible tumors stabilized during the course of treatment.

There’s More

Here’s what one of these capsules looks like- this is an actual photographic image.

Pancreatic Cancer has been the first target for a clinical trial- mostly because it’s so difficult to treat and nearly always fatal. The harsh reality is exotic and unusual therapies are easier to get into trials when patients and doctors have little recourse.

However, the whole process of bioencapsulation has far greater potential uses.

Plans are underway to use Encapusation technology for many other purposes. This same technology can be used to laser target Stem Cells.

It is also suggested Encapsulation can be used to target infectious diseases such as Hepatitis C Virus, West Nile, Dengue, Influenza, and HIV.

Diabetes is also a potential disease for NVLX to pursue. Early studies suggest encapsulated cells can still deliver insulin 6 months after implantation.

And, of course, other and more widespread forms of cancer could become targets for its use- such as Lung, Breast to name two obvious candidates.

Various therapies are being explored in joint activity between NVLX’s us operations in Silver Spring, MD, and the SG Austria operations in Singapore.

Where to From Here?

There’s a lot more to cover on NVLX. I’m just showing you the recent developments in this first edition. More to come as I’ve committed to follow every move this company makes for at least 6 months.

I’m very intrigued by the potential for this therapy- here’s the hook- At $.06, the market is saying this company is worth about $20 million.

The therapy they own for market in the US just demonstrated in could DOUBLE THE SURVIVAL RATE of 14 terminal Pancreatic cancer patients, using 1/3 the normal dosage of chemotherapy, and double their life expectancy.

True- it’s a small sampling of patients, but $20 million is equivalent to about zero in the biotech world. As this story develops, I could easily see this stock trading at $.50 as the company works towards a partnership to go into Phase III clinical trials and turns its attention to other potential uses for Bioencapsulation.

As you can see from the chart- buyers have been coming for this stock. About 10 days ago this stock traded nearly 13 million shares over two days.

It surged from $.03 to $.09 and settled back at about $.06. Someone decided they needed to own a bunch of this one in a hurry.

I say we give the company 6 months to thrill the market as it develops this Bioencapsulation technology.

We can sit around and guess all day where the stock might go- that’s a “subjective” issue.

However, double the survival rate, tripling the one year survival rate, and doing it with 1/3 the chemotherapy dosage is a fact- there’s nothing subjective about it.

This little $.06 gem is just starting to show up on some radar screens- Long term, I like it for $.50. Short term- it’s hard to predict- a break above that $.09 surge would give the stock a ceiling of anyone’s guess. It might happen today, in two days or two months.

It’s easy to hold since the company has proven it can help extend life.

Let’s at least go for $.12, or a double in the next 30 days. $.50 longer term. For those who feel they need an SSL, use $.03- the level the last surge started from.

If Steve Jobs had only met NVLX sooner- who knows?

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If Steve Jobs Had Only Known

If Steve Jobs Had Only Known

On October 6, 2011, Steve Jobs- the helmsman of Apple Computer, died after a long battle with a rare form of Pancreatic Cancer.

Jobs was not fortunate enough to find a treatment that would extend his life, and he might have only been months or a year or two from a therapy that might have been able to extend his life for at least several more years.

There are many companies developing cancer therapies designed to extend life anywhere from several months to many years. However, its a real rarity to find a small stock, trading with about a $20 million market value that has already completed a Phase II clinical trial that demonstrates a therapy effective in the treatment of Pancreatic Cancer.

If seen through the entire FDA process, this therapy could be worth billions.

Here’s the real kicker for those of you who like a low priced stock- this was a 6 cent stock at the close on Friday. Moreover, about 2 weeks ago, this little stock traded over 13 million shares in 2 days and surged to a high of $.09- 50% above Friday’s close.

It’s time for us to make some money in the penny market again. This story reminds me a lot of Cel-Sci (CVM)- a biotech company I’ve covered on an off over the years. CVM is working therapies for head an neck cancer. When you’ve been publishing for 14 years, you have a lot to look back at.

On June 13, 2009, I published an edition on Cel Sci (CVM) at about $.47 per share. Here’s a chart of what happened with the idea over the next 4 months.

As you can see, CVM headed up to the $2 mark at its peak, and settled in around $1.50 for no less than a three to four fold return for all.

Tomorrow after the market closes I’ll be introducing a new idea that reminds me a lot of CVM when it was at the $.50 level- only this one is just $.06.

As I said above, in the last two weeks this little stock traded 13 million shares in two trading days two weeks ago and surged to $.09. The company has completed a Phase II clinical trialon a therapy for Pancreatic Cancer, and it gearing up to move to Phase III trials.

What a find. I’ve committed to covering all the developments with this new idea for six months, so I have expectations this one could be absolutely huge.

Watch your inbox post close tomorrow- especially if you love the really low priced ones.

It’s worth noting- the whole market is buzzing about Apple’s move from $400 to $600 this year. I assure, this little stock could go from $.04 to $.06 in a day- or even $.06 to $.10 on a good day. Of course, there’s more risk, but it’s no different than AAPL running to $1,000 per share.

CALL Short Killed by Oppenheimer

I’ve never seen this happen before, but you live and learn. Friday, with no news release and no conference call, CALL put out its year end numbers through an SEC filing, and they were lousy compared to 2011. Their revenues were down, and losses up.

However, the moment they put out the numbers, Oppenheimer raised its price target on the stock to $27, and it started working higher.

I immediately published a “close out and cover” recommendation. Since I had recommended shorting at $24, and it was about $25, the loss was only 4.1%- 8% on cash in your margin account. If you own put options or shorted calls the loss would have been a little higher- I lost about $1,000 on a $3,000 investment. I was going for a higher return, so I had a higher percentage loss on a lot less money.

I’ve never seen a firm come out so quickly with a price upgrade, so something very positive is going on for CALL. Better to take a small loss and move on.


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iTrackr.com (OTC BB: IRYS): Site Launch Has Shares Flying

First Is Not Always Best

Analysts love the phrase “First Mover Advantage”, but first is not always best. The first mover in the online coupon world has been highly publicized and controversial Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN).

The company had humble beginnings. It started with a small email distribution list. It offered a “Flash Sale” discount. What was offered? A half price pizza at a restaurant located in the fledgling company’s office building. Lots of people showed up for pizza, and a new concept was born.

The concept expanded in the Chicago area, and Groupon looked to go national. With $1 billion in financing from a Venture Capital group, Groupon started buying up Daily Deal services in larger cities all over the world, and became the fastest company is history from its birth to achieve $1 billion in annual sales.

Groupon has first mover advantage and a global footprint. But first is not always best. The best is always the one consumers like the most. Do they have the best model for the consumer?

Consider the history of First Movers in the internet space. How about the early behemoth AOL. AOL was able to swallow up Time Warner in the rah rah days of the 90′s as the market believed the AOL model would dominate online browser, shopping, and communications.

However, AOL only allowed users to see what they wanted you to see, and there were subscription fees. This closed community failed miserably, and AOL lost its dominance and retreated into oblivion.

AOL was knocked of its pedestal by Yahoo! (NASDAQ: YHOO). Their open community and free services destroyed the AOL model. The Yahoo! community grew rapidly, and opened access to a lot more content on the internet.

However, as it turned out, Yahoo!’s model was flawed as well. Yahoo’s! search service only allowed users to find content if the content provider paid Yahoo! an advertising fee. Yahoo! failed to see this approach was vulnerable.

Google (NASADAQ: GOOG) came along, and with its completely open search features and superior technology, wiped out Yahoo!’s dominance in search.

The ever growing population of internet users doesn’t want their experience to be controlled by anyone or anything. Consumers of goods, services, and information want what they want, not want they provider wants to cram down their throat.

They say one picture is worth one thousand words. I say one chart is worth millions of dollars. Here’s a chart that says it all. This chart shows the relative performance of AOL, Yahoo!, and Google since the 2008 market crash.

AOL, the “First Mover” with the most flawed model, is depicted in blue and clearly the worst performer. Yahoo!, the upstart that wiped out AOL, is shown in Black. This stock has done poorly as well.

Google is depicted in red, and its by far the best performing stock of the group. Google was last to the party, but has the best model for the consumer.

This chart provides definitive proof that early entrants with a new business concept don’t necessarily offer the best model for consumers.

Look out Groupon- there’s a new kid on the block about to knock you off. Read on…..

iTrackr (OTC BB: IRYS): The Power of 15 Million and 200 Million

Data, when properly used, is powerful stuff. Data, simply defined, is information. Websters defines “DATA” as individual facts, statistics, or items of information.

iTraker (IRYS) has lots of data, and therefore lots of power- IRYS has 15 million items of information in one category, and 200 million in another category. The company intends to marry the two, and provide consumers with the discounts they really need and want.

200 Million is the number of records IRYS has already obtained on individual consumers. The data includes names, email addresses, street address, demographics, and spending preferences.

15 Million is the number of records IRYS has on businesses in the US. The IRYS service officially launched this past weekend, and you can go to www.itrackr.com, set up your username and password, and start negotiating your own deals with your local merchants.

iTrackr has introduced the first web based platform that allows consumer to interact directly with local merchants onlne.

The screen shot on the right is the home page where you can go to register. Merchants and consumers alike can set up their profiles, and the platform can join the two together.

Merchants will have the ability to reach to local consumers with a special offer.

Consumers have the ability to ask for a discount from businesses on the site.

Unlike Groupon, the merchant collects the money from the customer, rather than Groupon collecting the money and stretching the merchants out 60 to 90 days to get paid.

As an example- let’s say you want to take in your dry cleaning tomorrow. You log in to the site, go to your map, click on the proper service button, and all the local dry cleaners in your area come up with icons.

You simply click on the ones you want to do business with, and ask for a discount. The merchant can then respond by accepting, declining, or making another offer.

With Groupon, only Groupon wins. With iTrackr, everybody wins. 

Make Your Deal

I wanted to show you one additional screen shot. This is the interface that allows you to try to make a deal for a coupon with a local merchant.

This is a map of my neighborhood. The icons on the map show some of the local restaurants. I clicked on the icon for my local Ruths Chris Steak House. I now have the option of requesting anywhere from a 25% to a 70% discount on my next visit.

Once I’ve decided on my offer, the interface will send a message directly to the restaurant on my behalf.

Ruths Chris then has the option to decline my offer, accept it, or counter with a different offer.

Ruths Chris now knows I’m a consumer interested in their restaurant, and they now have the ability to reach out to me through the iTrackr.com interface with future offers.

From the current levels, if the company makes money, there’s little doubt you will make a lot of money on the stock. So, how does IRYS generate revenues?

Lest you think differently, IRYS is no start up. In order to introduce their platform, this company needed to have deep seated roots in internet marketing.

The first generation of the iTrackr.com model allowed consumers to find local merchants with hard to find items in stock. That version of the service was spun out in the 2008 recession, but eventually was developed and sold to eBay for $90 million.

The company is building its new platform off a rich heritage of behemoth customers that currently pay IRYS in monthly fees. Saveology, a $1 billion digital marketing company you never heard of provides customers for companies like:

  • Cox Cable
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Time Warner
  • Comcast
  • ATT

An IRYS application is embedded in online marketing sites for all these companies, and this service generates significant revenues and allows IRYS the leverage to launch a platform robust enough to manage the records and transactions for 200 million consumers and 15 million small businesses in the US.

Once launched, IRYS will generate revenues from the businesses- not from consumers. Businesses who enroll in the program will pay a nominal monthly fee to be included in the interface. Fees will range from as low as $14.95 to $39.95 per month depending on how pro active the business owner wants to get with IRYS and its local customer base. It’s far cheaper than a Yellow Pages ad, and allows for direct contact with local customers. This could end up being the most cost effective advertising any local merchant has.

Where To From Here?

I suspect IRYS is going to explode between now and the end of March. Why? The company is focused on uploading the most valuable parts of its 200 million record consumer database, and 15 million record business database. IRYS will focus on businesses with the right SIC codes for local merchants, and consumer in certain high density parts of the country.

The site went live this past weekend, and a look at the chart gives you an idea of how market investors feel about the upside potential of this new platform.

I suspect the chart and the useage level of the site will track each other. So, as local businesses and consumers all over the country slowly realize there’s a win/win competitor for Groupon, buyers are likely to flock to the stock as they adopt the service.

Consider that IRYS already has hundred of thousands of sign ups from the first version of it’s online service, and people are now coming to the site in droves and signing up.

The key to making the dream returns of a lifetime in a situation like this is getting in early- getting in before the crowd realizes robust nature of the service and the substantial growth potential.

By the summer consumers will be telling all their friends about a web site that allowed them to ask for a discount at 5 different local dry cleaners, and how they got a 25% discount from the one that replied.

The platform is still in development, and won’t be finalized and really robust for several months. There’s going to be a major initiative to enroll businesses as subscribers.

This new service is what the Internet is all about. It’s getting information and saving money and time quickly and efficiently. It’s surprising no other company has launched a service that allows consumers to negotiate discounts with local merchants, but perhaps no other company has ever had access to the data that can marry both sides of the equation.

Today, IRYS only trades in the $.70 to $.80 range. There’s massive upside as the company grows and the stock moves higher. This is the kind of stock investors want to accumulate before the word gets out.

I believe the stock has the potential to easily trade into the $1.50 to $2 range over the next 2 to 3 months, and a $5 target price is possible long term as iTracker’s service gets widely adopted by consumers and merchants. The possiblity of 100% to 500% returns on this stock in 2012 are very real.

Get into this stock ahead the millions of other investors who will learn about over the coming days.

Full disclosure- I am a shareholder in this company, and I invested in a substantial number of shares with my own capital. You should view my ownership in shares of IRYS as a potential conflict of interest. Beyond that, I have no business relationship with IRYS. I simply believe we can make money on this idea.

I could be buying and/or selling shares at anytime, so keep that in mind. I’m hoping to see the stock well over $1 with plenty of volume in the next several weeks.

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FrogAds (FROG): Leap Frogging To Success

 

January 13, 2011
Volume XIII, Issue 4

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Turning Nothing Into Billions

 

The internet is a crazy world of unexpected success. Some of us older dogs like to reminisce about the Apple story- Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak creating the personal computer in a garage. It makes for a great investment story.

However, there’s a lot more Apple like stories in the internet than in any other industry. eBay- started on a PC. Facebook- in a dorm room. Amazon- a bookseller in Washington. How about recent dubiously priced IPO Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN)- it started in an office building in Chicago by offering a discount on a pizza to a small email list- it went on to become the fastest company in history to $1 billion in sales.

Then there’s Craigslist. Craigslist is a very plain looking web site containing classified ads from cities all over the world. It was started in 1995 by San Francisco resident Craig Newmark- a relative newcomer to the area looking to spread the word on social events to software and internet developers in the Bay Area.

Craigslist became so huge that founder Newmark had to start charging for classified services in 2004 to help defray bandwidth and programming costs. Job posting advertisers were required to pay $25 to place a job posting in NY or LA.

Today, Craigslist sports over 20 billion page views per month- making it the 37th most heavily trafficked site in the world, and 10th in the United States according to tracking service Alexa.

The paid job ads have expanded to other cities and cost $75. As a private company, Craigslist does not disclose anything about its financial condition. However, analysts have estimated the company might have generated as much as $150 million in 2007. eBay is believed to own 25% of the company.

The layout of the home page has not changed in any significant way since its inception in 1996. Founder Craig Newmark believes the simplicity keeps people coming back. Despite many offers, Newman has refused to run ad banners for all these years.

With the traffic the site garners, analysts believe it would be worth over $1 billion in a sale.

Leap Frogging To Success: FrogAds.com (OTC BB: FROG)

 

It’s ranked #65,000 in the world as of today before they’ve even started marketing. Anything in the top 100,000 is considered very strong, so at this early stage getting to number 65,000 is quite a feat. By the time it’s ranked 30,000, you’ll have made a killing in the stock.

FrogAds.com recently launched a Craigslist style service. I suggest you check out the site and cruise around a bit. WWW.Frogads.com will get you there.

Their model is going to differ from Craigslist, but far more profitable as it starts to get traction and the audience increases in size. Here’s how their model works.

Classified ads on Craigslist are all free. Job posters pay a fee for use.

FrogAds.com is going to allow for paying advertisers to “laser target” their consumers. FROG will allow and ad insert for every 10 classified ads. Advertorials will be specific to the section of the site. So, if you’re trying to sell a car, you can put your ad where consumers are looking at cars. This will apply to any product.

PPC (pay per click) and Page Views have proven much more profitable models with Web Portals. Craigslist has a history it won’t stray from- FROG is far more ambitious on the profit front, and therefore will eventually make a far better public company than Craigslist ever would.

FROG’s ad placement will allow for both embedded and targeted video, making a better environment for both sellers and buyers.

Limited Trading History With Unlimited Potential

 

FROG recently completed a reverse merger into a shell, and the stock has a very limited trading history. Some of the hottest deals I come across are reverse mergers- if you get clued in before the real campaign begins. With the OTC Journal, unless it’s a follow up on something I’ve already covered, you always get the pole position.

One very comprehensive report I read forecast this stock would trade to $2 to $3 in the next 6 months. From yesterday’s close of $.415, that’s a about a 4 to 6 bagger- 400% to 600% gain on your invested capital.

I’m a little more concerned with what’s likely to happen in the short term. The report I read suggests the stock is a buy up to $.75. Not for OTC Journal subscribers. I believe the top end of your limit should be around $.50.

This stock is going to get a lot of recognition over the coming week- it’s a coming out party, and the fun will just be getting started.

With a stock that hasn’t traded much before, you never know for sure what’s going to happen. Sometimes they simply surge higher than you ever thought they could. Other times they go against you.

With FROG- I believe you can accumulate right up to $.50. Target price in the first 30 days is $1- SSL $.32. I’m looking for a sweet short term double, and who knows from there. If this site just becomes a fraction the size of Craigslist, it could be one of those elusive 10 baggers from about $.40.

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VRAL- Up 50% Already- More 411

November 22, 2011
Volume XIII, Issue 109

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This Is Really Big- DCA

 

I’ve done a little more research and I’m now more convinced than ever that yesterday’s penny stock idea- VRAL- has huge upside potential. I’ve looked into this DCA Cancer Therapy a bit further, and gotten a better understanding of the value.

This is my first big winner of the last few ideas, and those that acted on it yesterday are seeing the KACHING!!! Here’s the chart:

VRAL is now up a full 50% from yesterday’s entry level of $.02- as I said- it can be quite easy to notch nice gains in these really low priced ideas.

The market is starting to buzz about yesterday’s DCA announcement. I’ve done my research, and now understand why it’s so big. DCA- Dichloroacetate- is a metabolic disrupter. DCA is a non toxic chemical. It inteferes with the way cancer cells metabolize, and causes them to starve and subsequently die.

A number of major news outlets have covered DCA- accusing Big Pharma of ignoring the potential of DCA as it might be a simple way to treat cancer, and cost big pharma billions.

Evangelos Michelakis, a cancer researcher at the University of Alberta, discovered the compound and had encouraging results in the lab. Dr. Daniel Chang at Stanford Cancer Center is looking at is as well.

The compound was heretofore considered “unpatenable”- and therefore had limited commercial value.

Yesterday’s annoucement, for those that understand it, is huge. Dr. Karen Newell’s use of DCA has been officially granted a patent- US Patent office grant #8,071,646- to be issued on 12/6/2011.

This is huge stuff, particularly when you marry in Marshall Phelps, and advisor to VRAL. Phelps was formerly the Corporate Vice President at Microsoft in charge of Intellectual Property and Licensing.

Now that DCA has a patent, it a license or co development agreement with a major player has a lot of value. Hence, the surge in stock price.

Could be headed for much higher levels.

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Europe and Its Confederacy of Dunces

 

 

November 10, 2011
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Europe and Its Confederacy of Dunces

 

I’ve been kind of on the sidelines lately watching the developments in Europe and looking for signs the markets are shaping up. The market was down huge yesterday as Italian bonds are getting clobbered- meaning their short term interest rates are up, and their Government’s cost of borrowing is way up.

I’ve always admired the Italians. I don’t believe anyone can dispute the Italians have created many of the finest products in the world. The Italians make some of the finest wines, cars, glass, and fashions found anywhere on Planet Earth.

Italy, the epicenter of the Renaissance, has also created some of the greatest music and art the world has ever seen. This is the country that gave us Michelangelo and Leonardo DaVinci.

As if all that weren’t enough, Italy manages to shut the entire country down for the whole month of August. Everyone, except those in the tourist and service industries, stops working. Impressive. The way the markets have been since 2008, I’m lucky if I get a long weekend.

And, don’t get me started on the Greeks. Greece is one of the cradles of civilization. The Greeks invented Philosophy and Democracy. Most of the words in the English language can find their roots in ancient Greek.

So, how did these countries with such rich histories get themselves into such a mess? The stories out of Greece and Italy are absolutely trashing the markets now, and yesterday was another example.

Southern Europe is less prosperous and more troubled than Northern Europe, yet they are all bound by one currency. If the Italians and the Greeks could simply allow their currencies to fall dramatically, their goods and services would be more attractive to the rest of the world, and their respective GDPs could grow.

So, why is Europe descending into this giant mess? Well- it’s pretty simple, and super complicated at the same time. Let me give you the Reader’s Digest version. The Southern European countries are spending more than they are getting in tax revenues (sound familiar?).

There’s a possibility a number of European countries could actually go bankrupt- metaphorically speaking of course. If you’re bankrupt, you can’t pay your debts. Forget about paying off the debts- you can’t even pay the debt service.

This would have two major and immediate consequences. You won’t be able to bring in any new loans, so you won’t be able to support your quasi welfare states, and you’ll default on the amount you owe your bond holders.

So- who are these bond holders? They are the major European banks, who would then be improperly capitalized for a bank, and go down the toilet as well. Of course, this would create a run on the banks, and further downward you go.

One way out would be to let your currency devalue dramatically. But, there’s one currency for 17 nations. If the Euro gets clobbered, it would make Italian goods more attractive to International buyers, but the Germans would get less real money for their BMWs. Ouch.

It’s a bit of a mess, and the market responds to the headlines with violent moves one way or the other. The Confederacy of Dunces who are running Europe today are unbelievable. Here’s a little overview for your entertainment.

The Confederacy of Dunces

 

Meet George Papandreou- the future former Prime Minister of Greece.

Let me paint you a picture. You’re deeply in debt, you can’t generate the revenues to either service or pay off your debt.

Your neighbors and business partners don’t want to see you go down the tubes, so they offer to help. They offer to voluntarily cut all your debt in half, then they volunteer to write you a check for $140 billion so you have a little cash to tide you over.

Your neighbors and business partners walk away thinking they’ve done you a great service. I wish I had neighbors and partners like that- my financial life would be a lot easier.

Then, you tell those who have held out their hands and wallets in support that you “WANT TO THINK ABOUT IT”. In fact, you decide to do more than think about it. You decide to have a family gathering of all relatives- aunts, uncles, cousins, and the like get in on it.

You’re going to organize this family gathering as soon as you can get around to it, and let everyone vote.

This is exactly what the Greek Government decided to do. Instead of reaching for the life preserver, the Greeks want to think about it and have a nationwide referendum while they drown. Insane.

French politician Christian Estrosi nailed it when he was quoted as saying

“I want to tell the Greek Government that when you are in a situation of crisis, and others want to help you, it is insulting to try to save your skin instead of assuming your responsibilities”.

I couldn’t have said it better myself. Our political circus would be entertaining if it weren’t so scary, but these bozos take the cake. This is endless material for Saturday Night Live.

Taking the package was the hard thing to do because it came with austerity requirements, but it was the right thing to do. So, of course, the politician who’s heading the Greek Government didn’t have the you-know-whats to take the help because it might not have been popular with their welfare state.

So, Papandreou is now out as a result of his foolish and cowardly action. The Greek government is trying to figure out who is going to replace him, and there’s a lot of carrying on in Greek Parliament. It’s endlessly entertaining if it weren’t so troublesome for the markets.

So, so here’s our next big political winner.

Enter Silvio Berlusconi- head of the emergency government in Italy. This guy is something. He’s been elected Prime Minister 3 times and fired twice. He would never make it as a politician in the US with the powerful religious right having so much influence.

This guy has already been divorced twice, indicted for embezzlement and tax fraud, and has faced of 50 confidence votes in Parliament since 2008. His most recent exploit happened in January. Italian prosecutors are trying to get him to trial for paying for sex with a 17 year old Morrocan girl- Karina Keyek.

The news is Berlusconi will be out by Sunday, replaced with Mario Monti, a man seen as capable of restoring the national credibility and pushing through the austerity measures the world wants to see.

These are the characters running the European governments, and these are the politicians who are on their way out because they don’t have the political will to do what has to be done to save the European banking system from collapse.

Unlike the US in 2008 where, right or wrong, our government quickly developed a plan to save the banking system and avoid a Depression, Europe has many moving parts from various cultures, all with their own political agendas.

So, what really happened yesterday to cause a rout in the global markets? You won’t believe how innocent this seems. It is rumored a large Norwegian Oil fund decided to unload its Italian and Greek government bonds.

In the wake of the selling, the Italian 10 year note spiked to a 7.5% yield. The Italians cannot afford to pay more the 5% for funding in 2012. In order to stabilize the markets, the European Central Bank was buying Italian debt in huge quantities. Recently, Italy sold $5 billion in Euros at a 6.087% yield, and there was twice the demand for the bonds that were offered, so the market’s reaction was of course distorted.

It seems to me, while it is dragging out much longer than it would in the US, Europe can eventually implement a plan that will involve reduced spending by governments along with debt forgiveness and stimulus packages.

Don’t let the markets panic you on those violent days. The Europe saga will come out somewhere in the middle- not nearly as bad as the Bears would have you believe, but far from perfect.

It starts with getting rid of the Confederacy of Dunces that run those Southern European countries.


Tomorrow- an update on some of my still favorite stocks I’ve recently covered.


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Stevia Corp (STEV): Volume Breakout Alert

October 16, 2011
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Pretty Flowers Equal Profits

 

The pretty flower you see pictured here is all about your Blood Glucose level, believe it or not.

This is one of the species of the genus Stevia- a genus of about 240 herbs and shrubs in the sunflower family. The word “Stevia” is derived from the more common names for this genus: sweetleaf, sweet leaf, and sugar leaf.

Why is this so important? Because the extract from Stevia has 300 times the sweetness of sugar, and the taste has a slower onset and a longer duration. Most importantly, Stevia extracts have little effect on the consumer’s blood glucose levels. Therefore, none of the bad stuff associated with sugar.

What that means? Stevia is the new major sugar substitute on the block.

Widespread use of Stevia as a sweetener goes back to Japan in 1970. Western cultures were slow to adapt as we had other artificial sweeteners like aspartame, sucralose, and saccharin.

The food industry is now moving away from chemical, artificially created sugar substitutes towards the natural product. Artificial sweeteners are known for their questionable after taste and controversial heath hazards.

Stevia appears to be the first fully adopted sugar substitute with known of those characteristics. It’s use is being widely adopted- want some of the names? You really only need to know 2- Pepsi (NYSE: PEP) and Coke (NYSE: K)- need I say more? There’s many more, but that’s about all you need to know in the beverage industry.

Stevia production is growing very rapidly on a global basis as demand for the natural sugar free sweetener is growing very dramatically.

After FDA approval in 1998, it took one year for Stevia sales to surpass sales figures for both saccharine and aspartame. Stevia is now in over 6,000 products and growing rapidly. In 1998 The Wall Street Journal called Stevia the “Holy Grail for beverage companies”, and the Journal has turned out to be right.

Enter Stevia Corp (OTC BB: STEV): Hot Right Out of the Gates

 

On September 22nd, Stevia Corp completed a voluntary share exchange with Stevia Ventures International, and the public company was born.

Stevia Corp is now a farm management company with a focus on Stevia agronomics, which include plant breeding, best agricultural practices, and post-harvest techniques. Presently, STEV has acquired two grower supply contracts and three nursery fields in Vietnam.

Last week on September 12th, STEV announced it had entered into a two year development agreement with Agro Genesis, a Singapore based Agro expert.

This presentation is going to be (yes pun intended) short, and SWEET. Why, because this is all about the volume. Consider this edition a MAJOR VOLUME ALERT.

STEV has only been public for a couple of weeks. In general, when companies come public via RTO, it takes a while and some corporate achievement for interest to develop in the stock. Not the case with STEV- this stock is absolutely rocking on the volume side.

Forget for the moment the size of the industry and the use of the product. When you look at the very recent volume in the stock, it tells you there is something very interesting and there are high expectations by the market for upside movement in STEV.

Look at the last 7 trading days- here’s the successive volume, starting from zero:

  • 985,685
  • 871,673
  • 1,117,551
  • 665,760
  • 200,890
  • 178,530
  • 574,488

With really little news and little fanfare, this stock has traded a total of 4,594,577 shares. That’s nearly $5 million worth of stock changing hands in the first 7 trading days of this stock’s life.

There’s something big going on here, and the volume is tipping you off.

I believe there’s a good chance this stock is ready to explode off the screen. The downside risk seems worth the upside as the stock is very liquid, but hasn’t really broken out to the upside yet.

I believe, in the short term (next 2 to 4 weeks), this stock could easily be headed into the $1.30 to $1.50 range, which represents a 30% to 50% return for you in a very short period of time.

Accumulate up to $1.10. SSL: $.85 (seems reasonable to risk 15%). Short term price target: $1.30 to $1.50, with a longer term price target of $3 to $5 looking out a year to 3 years.

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V’Ringing The Profit Bell Again- With A Facebook AP Vringo (VRNG)


     
 
 
  October 11, 2011  
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V’Ringing the Profit Bell: Again- With A FaceBook AP

Ever feed a stray cat? What happens? The cat shows up again for a repeat. Cats know how to survive and prosper anywhere, and I know how to survive and prosper in the world of small and microcap stocks.

So, like the cat who shows up for its next meal, I’m hungry, and going back to the same stock for another meal of profits.

Vringo (AMEX: VRNG) was very good to us the first time around, had a couple of tough months, and now appears to be ready to pounce to higher levels once again. These mobile stories are just growing like weeds, and VRNG is right in the middle of the content revolution finding its way to your cell phone.

I first featured VRNG back on Sunday, May 1st. I called it the company that allows you to "Watch My Cell Phone Ring". VRNG has spent years developing video technology that allows callers to "push" unique video content to other smart phones when they call. The video content becomes the ring tone the recipient hears and sees.

For example, your daughter could record a short video message- something like "Hi Dad, it’s your daughter Laura calling". When she calls, the video/audio message becomes the ring tone. Clips from movies can be pushed as well. It’s the first technology I’ve even seen that allows the sender to set the ring tone, and the ring tone can be video/audio. Fantastic stuff.

Obviously, it doesn’t work on every cell phone. It has to be a more advanced hi-tech phone. The company has teamed up with major cell carriers and content providers all over the globe- especially in the Far East and on the India sub continent where smart phone use is far advanced as compared to the US.

The service is now available to millions of users through multiple mobile carriers in India. Their APs are being rapidly adopted in Malaysia. Adoption is starting to gain momentum.

The major marketing push for VRNG’s visual ring tones started over the summer, and in Malaysia, where users have limited access to computers and tend to rely more on the Smart Phones and their excellent networks, VRNG’s product has already been downloaded by 300,000 users.

As their technology started being adopted, there have been a couple other corporate developments- VRNG recently closed a $2.5 million financing with Silicon Valley vc firms Benchmark Capital and DAG Ventures, and received an extension through year end from the NYSE AMEX to meet their requirements for continued listing- all good stuff. But here’s the really big news:

VRNG is starting the deployment of a new killer ap: The "Facetone", which of course integrates with a Facebook Page. Read on………

Enter "Facetones"- the Killer VRNG AP

VRNG’s Facetone is one very cool product, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see this one become highly viral- in fact- it already is.

It was just released last week for U.S. users through Verizon’s V Cast store- it now works with many Verizon phones, and VRNG is working on the iPhone version right now. Click Here to check it out.

Here’s what this AP does. When you load the AP into your phone, it goes into your contact list, and matches all of your contacts with their Facebook Page.

Now, when you are talking to one of your contacts on your Smart Phone, all the most current pictures and postings from their Facebook Page scroll by on your screen. Vice versa- all of your latest Facebook Content scrolls by on their screen even if they don’t have the AP loaded into their phone.

Delivering the content is pretty cool, but the technology side of this is more difficult than you think. Almost all Smart Phones go into a shut down mode of all other applications when you’re speaking on the phone. FaceTones overrides the shut down, and allows this content to appear on the screen.

This new form of social media now allows you to catch up with someone’s latest Facebook entries while you’re actually talking to them from anywhere. That’s what I call cool stuff. Verizon is advertising it as a $2.99 AP, or $.99 per month if you prefer.

Most other carriers are also offering a free version with advertising content embedded.

The first 100,000 of these APs have already been downloaded, and this is going catching on very quickly. With each call, the other party receives a solicitation to download the AP, so as it becomes more widespread, it will be become highly viral. VRNG reports 30% of the downloads are coming from completely unidentified sources, which makes them users who experienced the AP elsewhere.

Last week, VRNG announced the AP was available on Verizon, and now you’ll see why I believe we might be in for a repeat of the 50% return we experienced on this one back in May.

As you can see from the chart, on the news the stock gapped up from $1.32 to $1.90 at the open.

And, what do I keep saying about gaps in a chart? Gaps are a vacuum, and nature always tries to fill a vacuum. Therefore, VRNG becomes a buy again when the gap from last week gets filled.

As you can see from this chart, the stock has come back and nearly filled this gap. Time to start climbing again, and I expect the stock to do so on the heels of today’s pre open news. Read on again…… 

Vringo (AMEX: VRNG) Doubles Down in Malaysia

Celcom is Malaysia’s biggest mobile service provider, and the one VRNG didn’t have. VRNG has Celcom now, as was announced just before the market opened today.

Celcom is the biggest in Malaysia, boasting 11 million customers, and its network reaches 98% of the population. Celcom is part of the Axiata Group of Companies that reaches 160 million customers across 10 Asian nations.

Here’s what I find interesting. VRNG’s APs get marketed by the second largest mobile carrier in Malaysia. 300,000 downloads later, all of a sudden Celcom, the largest carrier in Malaysia, is offering their APs as well.

What’s next? Well- there’s two distinct and not totally separate possibilities. Since Celcom is part of a group, how about the possibility of expanding to the other 10 mobile service providers in the group, and reaching 160 million customers instead of 11 million?

Also, now that Verizon has picked up the VRNG AP, could other US based carriers be far behind?

The New York Times called VRNG "the next big thing in ringtones". USA Today said their service has "to be seen to be believed".

Here’s how I see this. VRNG has a lot of momentum. Revenues are starting to climb. Their APs are highly creative and in demand. There’s already be 500,000 downloads of their services combined just since I started covering the company. Volume is coming back into the stock. Market conditions are improving. Everything you could ever want in a stock is happening here.

Mobile and Social are two of the hottest growth areas in the market. This company has combined them both.

VRNG closed at $1.42 yesterday. I don’t know where it will open today. The highs are now starting to get higher, and the lows are also getting higher. That’s known as an UPTREND.

I suspect the stock can easily get back to last week’s high, and possibly push on from there if there’s more news behind today’s.

Accumulate up to $1.60. Short term target: last week’s high or $1.90. Longer term look for the former high of $2.60 (83% higher than Monday’s close). Looking a year down the road? $5 is possible. SSL: $1.30.

This one could really rock.

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Feeling For the Heat


     
 
 
  October 6, 2011  
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Feeling For the Heat

So- where’s the heat? Where are we going to find something hot that everyone is piling into.

Well, Sunday before last I broke my streak. After having 4 nice profitable Sunday ideas in a row, it was inevitable we would have one that didn’t go our way.

Sagebrush Gold (SAGE), picked at $1.03 two Sundays ago, September 25- headed South in pretty short order.

I’m going to keep reminding everyone about the SSLs- in case you were wondering or didn’t get it, SSL is an acronym for Suggested Stop Loss. Every time I publish a new idea, it includes the following:

  • The Entry Level
  • The Target Price
  • The SSL (Suggested Stop Loss)

Of those three, the SSL is probably the most important. I’ve proven I can find great trading wins in penny stocks time and time again. But, just like every market participant, there are going to be time when it simply goes against you.

The key to making money is minimizing the losses. That’s why you need to adhere to the SSLs. In the case of SAGE, the entry level was $1.03. The Target price was $1.50. The SSL was $.90. It’s now almost 2 weeks later, and the stock is trading at $.54.

Prior to SAGE, I covered NYXO, AAGC, TKDN, and GCLL- all of which were great trading wins.

So, if you had traded into SAGE under $1.10, and you sold when it went the other way down to $.90, you’ve taken a small loss, and you’re living to trade another day.

On the Entry Level- Entry levels reasonably close to the original price are fine. On the entry, the key is to avoid big gaps. If I’ve suggested a certain stock when the market is closed, if it gaps up 10% or more from its closing price, wait for it to come back down. They almost always do.

On the Target Price- Sometimes they trade up nicely, but don’t get all the way to the target. Don’t be afraid to lock in some or all profits when the stock is 70% to 80% of the way there.

On the SSL- following this discipline is the key to surviving, making a good total return, and living to trade another day.

So, SAGE was a bust, but I made up for it last Sunday with another feature on Midas Medici (MMED)- the company no one knows about, but will deliver $130 million in revs over the next year.

MMED, which I first featured some time ago at $2.50, made a new all time high of $4 on Monday, albeit on very light volume. When I first covered this stock it had never traded, and no one knew about it. So far, going back a couple of months, we’re up 60% at the all time high. MMED is not your typical stock. On very light volume it could move $.50 to $1 in price very easily. The price is like the weather in Montana- if you don’t like it, wait an hour. It’s happening slowly, but the volume is picking up in MMED.

So, feeling around for the heat, here’s a couple of stocks to watch:

  • I still like MMED for much higher levels. Keep an eye on that one and accumulate on pullbacks. The completion of a major project was announced today.
  • Keep an eye on one of ideas from last spring: Vringo (AMEX: VRNG) looks like it wants to get perky. Announced a deal today with Verizon.
  • Also, keep an eye on SAGE- it sold off so violently in last week’s market drubbing that it might actually end North from here.

I’m going to take this Sunday off, but stay tuned for some very exciting updates next week.

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Brazil Small Cap Stock (OTC:MMED) Getting A Parking Ticket Fixed in Brazil

     
 
 
  October 2, 2011  
  Volume
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The Best Brazil Small Stock Discovery: Midas Medici (MMED)

I just kind of lucked into this one. I’m no genius, and at times out right foolish. However, sometimes you learn about something early in the game, follow its progress, and get the benefit of being ahead of the masses pouring money into a stock at higher prices. With the Friday post close news, it could start first thing Monday morning.

This one is going to be a monster Brazilian small stock win at some point down the road. Could be as early as Monday or sometime next year. This one is also destined for the AMEX or NASDAQ in pretty short order.

I first reported on this stock a few months ago, and because it’s a bit thinly traded, it shot up and down, offering a great opportunity for a trade between the $1.00 and $3.50 range for those with the skills and a little patience.

However, I see the opportunity disappearing sometime in the near future because the stock will be higher. This stock would probably be $6 today if not for the crazy market environment.

It’s worth remembering many important market bottoms have come in October- Since WWII, Bear Markets that ended in October included 1946, 1960, 1962, 1966, 1974, 1987, 1998, and 2002. The only departure from that timing was the low of March in 2009.

Despite the recent pounding the markets have taken, this stock is trying to break to new highs, and had a volume surge on Friday that suggests a breakout is imminent. If you want to participate in the next surge, you better act immediately, because there’s very little supply in the open market for this one.

As I looked out to the future, I see growth money looking for growth companies, and they won’t find it stateside in the good old US of A. Growth money is going to have to go back to the BRIC nations- Brazil, Russia, India, and China. China stocks have seen three massive bull markets, and are likely to see another. Russia is too unpredictable. India looks promising, but its process is very slow. Brazil looks to be "Best of Breed", and money will be flowing to Brazil stocks.

Imagine a fund manager’s delight when he finds one delivering about $137 million in annual revenues, smack dab in the middle of the most exciting industry of our time, with 300 of Brazil’s 600 largest companies- and the government- as their customer base. Wow.

When I first reported on this company it was about $20 million in annual revenues and $20 million in market value. Now, it’s a least $120 million in annual revenues, and only about $30 million in market value, and parts of the Brazilian government are now lining up to give them business.

So why Brazil?- here are the numbers: Cisco reported 35% growth in Brazil last year, while their overall numbers were up 3%. IBM reported 20% growth in Brazil. Intel predicts Brazil will be the 3rd largest market for computers in 2012.

News post close on Friday. Stock will likely be moving on Monday. Check it out:  

Public Prosecutor Signs On For $2 Million with Midas (MMED)

It’s a heck of a way to make sure your parking tickets get fixed. Just go to work for the Prosecutor’s office, and park anywhere you want- no worries. MMED announced the new contract post close on Friday, and I’ll bet they can get their parking tickets fixed in San Paolo, Brazil from here forward.

CIMCORP- MMED owns 60% of CIMCORP, and over the next year will acquire the additional 40% for a mere $10 million. As part and parcel of the acquisition, MMED’s shares need to trade over $4.50 within six months. If these guys can take a company from $20 million in revs to over $120 million in one year, I’ll bet they can take a stock from $3 to $4.50 without much trouble.

Here’s the profile of CIMCORP: The company provides data center, cloud computing, and virtulization to over half of Brazil’s 300 largest companies and the government. They’ve been around since 1988, have 200 employees, 8 regional offices, 12 distributorships, 3 partner data centers, and a subsidiary in Miami.

On Friday, after the market closed, MMED announced a new $2 million contract with the Public Prosecutors office in San Paolo, Brazil. It’s a major upgrade, and requires the highest level of security.

I expect announcements of contracts like this will now become a regular event for MMED.

This chart is beginning to look very interesting. Volume materialized out of nowhere for this stock back in July. As you can see, during that time frame, the stock went from $1 to $3.50 before quieting back down.

Now volume is starting to materialize again, but there’s a wrinkle. Back in July, this was a $20 million company. Today, the latest research report estimates this company is now running at $137 million in annual revenues, yet there are less than 10 million shares Issued and Outstanding.

Therefore, as of Friday’s closing price of $3, the market is valuing MMED at less than $30 Million. Absurd. It’s going higher- flat out. There was a nice volume surge on Friday, and as sure as the NFL will play football today, this stock is destined to move up on Monday.

Remember where you read about this one first. I have a history of finding these undiscovered gems, and this one is a beauty. Look for a move to AMEX or NASDAQ in the next 6 months.

As a final note, here’s what you get – the OTC Journal reader: the competitive advantage. Q3 just ended on September 30th. The CIMCORP acquisition was completed over the summer. The next quarterly numbers will give a partial picture of the company’s corporate performance for the quarter. It won’t be until Q4 numbers come out that investors will see the whole story.

You have the story out ahead of the rest of the investing world.

In my view MMED is going higher in the short term, and over the longer term, much, much, much higher.

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Are You Still Ready For Some Football? Nyxio (NYXO) Is!!


September 18, 2011
Volume XIII, Issue 85

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Are You Still Ready For Some Football?

I’m ready to kick back and watch some Football today. After all, it’s the second Sunday of the NFL season- the most popular professional sport in the US today.

Ok- get some snacks ready- perhaps a beer or a soft drink. Break out my Chargers Jersey, and settle in to scream loudly at the TV as the Chargers defense tries to wrestle the ball out of Tom Brady’s hands and get it back to Philip Rivers today so the Chargers have a chance.

I settle in, turn on the TV, and start watching the game.

But wait- The Chargers game is not the only thing I’m interested in. What about the other games? What about checking me emails? What about checking my browser for Fantasy Football updates?

Aren’t all the forms of media we can get merging on our devices through Cable, Fiber, Wi-Fi, 3g and 4g wireless, and cellular? Why can’t I get all that stuff on my TV while I’m watching my game today?

There is only one company that makes a Hi-Def Smart TV that allows you to do everything. This device is the perfect integration of Hi-Def TV and the PC Computer.

I wrote this company up at the end of July at $.60, with a target of $.80 to $1.00, and an SSL of $.50. I missed my target by a few cents- the stock has since seen a high of $.76, and a low of $.45.

The stock made $.74 before it made $.45, so it could be characterized as a win- but certainly not an overwhelming win.

However, this stock has to be looked at again right now because some things have changed.

Let’s start with the commercial launch. Their VioSphere Smart TV is now available for order online starting at about $1,000, and comes with the following components:

  • 22″, 26″, 32″, 37″, 42″, 47″, 55″, and 65″- LCD screen with 1080pHD.
  • Touch Screen
  • Built in DVD Player/Burner
  • Bluetooth- wireless key board and devices
  • Wi-Fi
  • Ethernet LAN
  • 10-11 mega pixel embedded Web Cam
  • 320GB hard drive
  • Inputs: HDMI, USB, VGA, S-Video, DVI, AV, microphone, and headset jacks

I know the phrase “Disruptive Technology” is a bit of a cliche, but it applies here. This thing could be disruptive, and it could really capture the imagination of investors.

So, What’s Changed?

A few things have changed since I first featured this company on the last day of July. For starters- investors love this one, and the daily volume shows it.

This stock now trades 300,000 shares on a quiet day with frequent drafts up over 1 million shares in a day.

Secondly, we just haven’t made enough money in this one yet. I first featured it at $.60, and Friday it closed at $.64. Ok, we’re not going broke, but we haven’t made enough money on this one yet to get excited.

Ok- that’s two good reasons to trade into this stock immediately. However, there’s an even better reason to do it right now!!

Ray Dirk’s research was out with commentary on this company last week. Dirks is a former Goldman Sachs analyst, who now writes occasional commentary on small and micro cap stocks.

On September 10th, Dirks published a report claiming, as follows:

“Nyxio Technologies will be able to announce a number of Substantial Orders for its Innovative New Products in the next few weeks and months. The VioSphere Smart TV product alone could generate orders of Two Hundred Million Dollars or more in the next few months. For all of the reasons spelled out in this article on Nyxio Technologies (NYXO), Ray Dirks and his Team of Money Managers and Security Analysts believe that NYXO should appreciate by ten times to about $3.00 per share within One Year, go up by 20 times to about $7.00 per share within 2 Years, and rise by over 40 times to at least $12.00 per share within 3 Years.

So, since July, all you have is the commercial introduce of their “Disruptive Technology” product, volume increasing to 300,000 to 1 million shares per day, and a respected analyst calling for $200 million in sales and $3 per share in the next year.

I believe I need to make a change on NYXO. I think the short term target needs to be $1.20, and the SSL should be dropped to $.50. The most important consideration- if this company starts announcing large orders, you don’t want to be watching the stock- you want to be watching their TV as the stock you own climbs the charts. What’s the risk? There’s been no big orders yet, but the stock hasn’t given much ground either, so the downside seem pretty limited.

A quick glance at the chart tells you all you need to know- this stock is starting to get what your favorite NFL team needs- the BIG MO!!! Momentum to the upside.

Look for large product orders to start driving this one higher.

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AAGC- An Emergency Entry Level

 
September 13, 2011
Volume XIII, Issue 83

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An Emergency Entry Level

Everyone is talking about gold these days. Let’s see if I’ve got this straight. The US Federal Reserve is printing money as fast as it can in order to pay the US Government’s bills- not too prudently spending $1.3 trillion more than it takes in.

Some Europeans countries (can you spell Greece?) are likely to do the unthinkable and default on their sovereign debt.

The European banking system is teetering on the brink of complete demise- much like the US financial institutions in 2008. The EU- being a bit of a rag tag group of have (Germany) and have nots (there’s Greece again) countries, can’t agree that 1. Their banks are broken with over leveraged balance sheets, and 2. The banks are nearing the point of no return.

So, what happens to currencies in an environment like this? Well, the currencies of the overleveraged countries goes down, and the currencies of the financial strong countries goes up.

But- hold the phone- If the Dollar and the Euro are in big trouble, where does the long currency money go? Well, it would go to the currency of the most fiscally stable country in the world- China.

But- hold the phone again- what if China is too controlling, and doesn’t let its currency go up based on supply and demand so it can keep its manufactured goods competitive on a global basis?

You got it- put the phone down. The world has found a replacement currency, and GOLD is it. GOLD has not made this meteoric climb as a precious metal or a hedge against inflation. It’s climbing because it has become the 21st Century bull market currency.

So, until the European banking crises and sovereign debt issues are resolved gold is likely to continue climbing. Until the US enacts a plan the market likes to control and reduce deficit spending, GOLD is likely to continue climbing.

While simply buying gold might be part of the answer, don’t you find it hard to buy something that has moved so far and so fast? I do. I saw an interview with Robert Prechter the other day- one of the all time market gurus- he said he loved gold at $284, but he’s not interested at $1800.

I get his point. So, how does one intelligently participate in GOLD?- through junior mining stocks. This is a hot sector, and will likely continue to be hot for a while. There’s a real disconnect- Gold either has to come down $500 per ounce, or junior miners need to go up. It’s inevitable.

This is an emergency report. I was planning on putting it out in a day or two, but the way this stock is trading- I felt you needed to see this immediately, because there might be a strong bounce here. I don’t want you to miss it.

All American Gold (OTC BB: AAGC): Let The Drilling Begin

Here’s a couple of factoids to get us started.

  • Nevada is the #1 producing gold state in the US
  • Nevada is the #4 largest producing gold region in the world
  • 5.6 million ounces of gold were mined in Nevada two years ago

Now, I don’t want to talk a lot about AAGC, because this idea is mainly technical. The chart is telling you to act immediately.

So, let’s go through this quickly. AAGC has 3 gold mining sites in Nevada- the Goldfield West property, The Golden Jackpot property #1, and the Golden Jackpot Property #2.

Goldfield West is the most important today. AAGC just announced it was commencing drilling on the property. The particular property is located a mere 4 miles from International Mineral’s Gemfield Deposit.

Historic production of above 17 g/t au per ton has come out of this area. The means the area yields 17 ounces of gold for every ton they mine.

According to CEO Brent Welke, 138 drill holes have been completed in the area, and an 800 meter long north/south structure has been identified.

A test drilling in this section in 2010 yielded the possibility of gold values up to 1.45 g/t.

All of the drill holes will be focused on both ends of this structure, and results will be compiled by and independent geologist.

There’s two more areas just like it for AAGC to work down the road.

Now- let’s get on to the good stuff.

A Retracement Fibonacci Would Be Proud Of

After 23 years of stock watching, I think I’ve got it nailed. At least some of the time.

I have found over the years, the highest probability, lowest risk entry point one can have in a stock is a perfect 61.8% Fibonacci Retracement. Go ahead and Google “Fibonacci Retracement”. You will see all sorts of technical commentary and information about how Fibonacci Retracements are used by chartists.

This is the guy right here. 12th Century mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci was a pretty smart guy.

Along with the famous Fibonacci Sequence, he figured out many mathematical formulas and ratios that are still widely used today.

He observed ratios that constantly re occur in nature. The two key numbers he computed were a 38.2 ratio, and a 61.8 ratio. Here are some examples.

Most peoples arms go 61.8% of the way to the ground. Sunflower petals are 38.2% longer, or 61.8% shorter than the ones next to them. The pyramids are 31.8% lower from one to the next.

The Fibonacci Retracement has been the most tried and true technical indicator for me over the years, which is why I had to get this idea to you right away.

When I see a stock going up, I’m looking for a pullback for a favorable entry point. I always start looking when the stock pulls back 38.2% of the last move, but the ideal place to come in is a 61.8% retacement.

Want to see a perfect 61.8% Retracement? Check out the chart of AAGC.

Here’s the beauty of pouncing on a stock at the 61.8% retracement level. If the stock has dropped to that level, it’s either going to rebound, or it’s going to fall through that level.

Odds are it will bounce. But, if it doesn’t you can keep a tight stop, because any further price erosion means it’s likely going lower.

As you can see from the chart, AAGC started its run at about $.35 in early July, and made a high of $.95 a couple of days ago. In the last two days profit taking overwhelmed the stock. This is a nearly perfect 61.8% retracement, and the absolute ideal, lower risk entry point.

This chart is the reason I needed to get this idea to you today and immediately.

It’s clear the stock was hit with profit taking, and that panicked other, more recent investors to sell as well over the last 2 trading days.

The stock saw a low today of $.54, but bounced to close at $.60. The absolute perfect 61.8% retracement was $.5765.

This stock is likely to bounce. It might go back to its previous high, which would be huge technically. In the short term, it probably wants to bounce from here.

Here’s my thoughts on the trading side: Accumulate up to $.63. Set your SSL 10% below your entry level. This one could easily go back to its high in the $.95 range short term. If it does, there’s even higher levels ahead.

Look for the stock to bounce to its previous high, then work higher. When an opportunity presents itself, sometimes you just have to move on it.

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