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Acology Inc – ACOL


Acology, translated from ancient Greek, means “the science of remedies”. Acology, Inc.® markets and sells the TSOS Container™. This container is the first-ever polypropylene air-tight, water-tight, smell-proof delivery and storage container with a built-in grinder. It is manufactured from medical-grade No. 5 polypropylene resin, which is non-porous and non-leaching. These containers are portable and affordable.

These containers give consumers the ability to easily store, carry and grind herbs and herbal remedies, medicines, teas, and other solids or liquids without cross-contamination or leakage.

Products

The Medtainer is versatile in it’s design, being able to traverse numerous consumer needs on the go. Through the product’s ability to embody both air-tite & grinding capabilities, we are able to transcend various markets and expand its everyday uses. Although originally engineered as a solution to break down medication for the needs of Pediatric and Geriatric patients, The Medtainer has now been adopted as an application into markets/industries such as tea, culinary , coffee , pharmaceuticals & veterinary medicine.

The Company intends to develop, market and sell other plastic container products.

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Everlet Inc – EVLI


Everlert Inc. is a forward moving company based in Monrovia, California. With the acquisition of TotalPost Services, Inc. in November of 2012, new management took over the Company to focus on the primary business the manufacture and selling of high quality postage ink cartridges that are approved by the US Postal Service.

Company Strengths

Marketing

They provide all of their customers with the highest level of marketing support including, collateral material, training, advertising or MDFs. They work to make sure their customers are able to gain market penetration and bottom line success with our product lines.

Totalpost offers superior packaging design capabilities and private labeling.

Product Development

Totalpost prides itself on developing the highest quality product at the best prices for our clients.

Service

Totalpost is a company that is dedicated to your success. We recognize that our customers require support from the time they order until the time the product reaches their satisfied customer. We guarantee our products and provide telephone support to ensure your success.

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Game Plan Holdings Inc – GPLH


Mission

Game Plan is a technology driven nutrition supplement company that empowers fitness professionals and thought leaders to seamlessly refer nutrition to their clients, athletes, and followers.

Vision

Game Plan will simplify the world of nutritional supplements.

History

Founded in 2009, Game Plan’s goal was to create the highest quality, natural, and cleanest supplements available.

The product quality was so heralded that they found their way into the locker rooms of the NBA, NFL, NHL, MLB, and PGA.

After seeing the state of the nutrition industry, Game Plan innovated through technology and partnerships to provide clientele with a platform centered around user experience, e-commerce, education, customer service, and ease of use.

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Energizer Resources Inc.


Energizer Resources Inc. is a mineral exploration and mine development company based in Toronto, Canada, that is developing its 100%-owned, flagship Molo graphite project in southern Madagascar. The company released a robust PEA for Molo in February 2013 and has now initiated a full feasibility study (FS). As part of the FS, Energizer recently completed a pilot plant operation, generating 12 tonnes of finished graphite concentrate for the purposes of evaluation by potential strategic partners. The FS is expected to be completed and released to the market by Q4/14.

Expert Comments:

The Gold Report Interview with Simon Moores (6/23/14) “Energizer Resources Inc. in Madagascar has developed its Molo project to an advanced stage and has installed a pilot plant on the site.” More >

Filipe Martins, GMP Securities (6/9/14) “Energizer Resources Inc.’s Molo project is world class in every aspect. . .we are initiating coverage. . .on the belief that the company offers investors best-in-class exposure to high-quality graphite, a market we believe has good long-term supply-demand fundamentals. With more and more developers coming on the scene aiming to stake a claim to the finite pool of capital available to develop and build their respective projects, we think it is necessary to differentiate the likely winners from the losers. With this in mind, we believe Energizer’s Molo project stands out as one of the best graphite projects globally because of its flake distribution, low strip and capital intensity.”

Emma Hughes, Industrial Minerals (4/24/14) “One company that could stand to benefit from developments like Tesla’s Gigafactory is Canada-based Energizer Resources Inc., which is looking to supply flake graphite from its Green Giant project in Madagascar. . .the company’s flagship Molo deposit is the second largest confirmed flake graphite resource in the world and the biggest under Canadian NI 43-101 regulations. . .over the last 18 months, exploration work in graphite has been minimal as funding became hard to come by. Energizer used this downtime to progress Molo to the level it is at today. . . it looks like this momentum will continue throughout this year.”

The Mining Report Interview with Kiril Mugerman (3/4/14) “Energizer Resources Inc. is now focusing entirely on graphite. The company has presented a fairly ambitious plan to produce over 80K tons of graphite annually. My worry with Molo is infrastructure. With such high production volume, we expect marketing and logistics could be major risks. That said, based on metallurgical results the company published in 2013, we expect that Energizer will most likely scale down Molo based on improved flake distribution, which could improve the project significantly and reduce these risks.” More >

The Mining Report Interview with Stephen Riddle (2/18/14) “Energizer Resources Inc. is determining its expected footprint. By footprint, I mean the typical particle size breakdown of the coarse, medium and fine flake, and the purity level for each. When that is determined, the company can calculate realistic selling prices based on expected volumes.

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EXEO Entertainment Inc – EXEO


Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada Exeo Entertainment, Inc. is public company listed on the OTCBB and traded under the symbol “EXEO.” They develop, acquire, manufacture, license and distribute unique products in the video gaming, music, and smart TV sectors.

Exeo markets its products under the following brands: Psyko™ Audio, Krankz™ Audio, Zaaz™ keyboards, and the Extreme Gamer®. They seek to develop, license, and distribute products within the interactive entertainment sector that fill a clearly defined need and provide above average shareholder returns.

They began operations in May 2011 when they executed a license agreement with Digital Extreme Technologies, Inc. to complete product development and commercialization on the Extreme Gamer®, the Zaaz™ keyboard, and the portable gaming system. In 2013 they executed a license agreement with Psyko Audio Labs Canada to market the patented Psyko Krypton & Carbon 5.1 gaming headphones.

They are currently working on securing distribution and making the products available to consumers through big box retailers.

Highlights

  • EXEO is rated a strong long-term buy based on the quality of its product offerings in three distinct sectors: video gaming, audio, and Smart TVs.
  • EXEO’s current products include: Psyko 5.1 Gaming Headphones, Krankz Wireless Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones, and Zaaz Smart TV Keyboards.
  • EXEO needs to effectively communicate its story to consumers and implement a solid marketing campaign to pull sales through established retail channels.
  • If EXEO can execute its plan, there is the potential for $100 million in sales.

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Strategic Global Investments, Inc. – STBV


Strategic Global Investments provides live streaming video content and related digital advertising via its websites and social media. The company’s online business is divided into the two segments—WaZillo, and WaZilloMedia—as summarized on the right.

The convergence of a number of key social, technical, and economic factors are driving the market and making this the right time for Strategic’s online solutions.

Video: There is no question that online video continues to boom. According to Internet audience measurement firm comScore Media Metrix, video watching now accounts for approximately one-eighth of Americans’ total time spent on the Internet.

Broadband: A key driver for streaming video has been broadband access, which has been rapidly adopted over the past ten years. More than 85% of all Americans now use broadband access from their homes.

Mobile Connectivity: The growth in mobile media usage is largely attributable to the growth in smartphone adoption, 3G/4G device ownership and the increasing ubiquity of unlimited data plans, all of which facilitate the consumption of mobile media.

Search: Online it’s easy to find information. Major search engines are among the most heavily trafficked sites on the Web. People are increasingly turning to the Web—and not solely search engines—as their source of information for making decisions of all types.

Immediacy: Sparked by Facebook and Twitter, the real-time trend represents the growing demand for immediacy in people’s activities and interactions. Immediacy is compelling, engaging, and highly addictive—it’s a sense of living in the now.

Demographics: Adults in their twenties and thirties are the most socially active age group. They like to go out to meet new people, socialize with their friends, people watch, and dance. In the U.S. 27% of the population is between the ages of twenty and forty—82.9 million people in total.

The expectation of real-time, on demand information is becoming a part of every aspect of people’s lives. Strategic Global Investments is positioned to benefit as people’s focus and purchasing dollars continue to shift to online resources.

Company Website;

http://www.StrategicGlobalInvestments.net

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China opens monopoly probe into Qualcomm


Qualcomm Inc. said a Chinese government agency is investigating the chip maker under the country’s antimonopoly law, a probe that comes amid rising tensions affecting U.S. companies in the fast-growing market for high-tech products.

Qualcomm’s chief executive recently acknowledged that U.S. restrictions on Chinese companies and revelations about surveillance by the National Security Agency are affecting its business in China.

But close scrutiny of Qualcomm’s business practices in Asia began long before recent NSA revelations. The company is the largest maker of processors and communications chips for mobile phones, serving customers that include Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. It has a particularly dominant position in the high-speed technology called LTE that Chinese carriers are moving to adopt.

Qualcomm charges patent royalties to handset makers that use its chips, and dealings associated with that business have triggered antitrust cases in South Korea and Japan. The company is appealing adverse rulings in both countries.

The company said Monday it isn’t aware of any activity that violates the antimonopoly law and will continue to cooperate with the National Development and Reform Commission, which partly oversees antitrust issues and commenced the investigation.

China has been using its five-year-old antimonopoly law to push down prices in a variety of industries ranging from cars to baby formula. Experts say the efforts are part of a move to keep a lid on inflation, even as the new law helps give Beijing a greater say in the global marketplace.

Chinese firms have invested heavily in technology, helping to build industry giants like Huawei Technologies Co. and ZTE Corp. Much of the investment has come amid prodding by Beijing, which wants to shift away from China’s traditional dependence on cheap manufacturing to sell innovative products that can compete globally.

Qualcomm maintained a 53% share of the global market for smartphone processors in the second quarter of 2013, according to Strategy Analytics. It beat most rivals to market with chips that can use LTE networks, and is particularly strong in chips that can also communicate using older cellular technologies.

The company’s share of such LTE chips stood at greater than 98% in 2012, estimates Will Strauss, an analyst with Forward Concepts.

Meanwhile, smartphone makers that want to combine LTE with older technologies face the prospect of paying Qualcomm a patent royalty. “A lot of people dislike that,” Mr. Strauss said.

In semiconductors, China lags well behind foreign competitors, in some cases using acquisitions to try to catch up.

In July Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd., a state-run company, agreed to acquire Spreadtrum Communications Inc., and earlier this month it struck a deal to acquire RDA Microelectronics Inc., a wireless chipset maker.

Qualcomm recorded about $12.3 billion in revenue from China in the fiscal year ended in September, or about half of the company’s total revenue.

At an analyst meeting in New York last week, Chief Executive Paul Jacobs discussed the prospects of even larger sales in China as LTE networks begin launching in 2014.

Separately, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Jacobs said the de facto U.S. ban on telecom gear maker Huawei and revelations about NSA spying are affecting its business in the country. Recently, Cisco Systems Inc. executives suggested Chinese customers, particularly those with government ties, may be cutting purchases of U.S. tech gear in response to fallout from such issues.

“We are definitely seeing increased pressure,” Mr. Jacobs said. “All U.S. tech companies are seeing pressure.”

Mr. Jacobs stopped short of saying the pressure hurt Qualcomm’s sales, but he did say it affected the way the company operated in China.

“[You] have to be very cautious,” he said. “We are always very careful with whatever steps we take. How we sell. How we interact.”

Qualcomm works with some local Chinese manufacturers and builds some of its computer chipsets in mainland China, Mr. Jacobs said. The company doesn’t build cutting-edge technology there, however.

A U.S. congressional investigation last year concluded that Huawei and ZTE pose security risks to the U.S. because their telecom equipment could be used for spying on Americans. Huawei and ZTE have repeatedly denied the allegations.

In many countries, Mr. Jacobs said, local companies “can complain and get government support” that could lead to an investigation of a foreign company. “That stuff happens,” he said. “I think Huawei looks at it.”

Since 2009, when China used the new antimonopoly law to break apart Coca-Cola Co.’s $2.4 billion effort to acquire a Chinese juice maker, Beijing has shown its willingness to use the law against foreign companies.

Still, domestic companies haven’t been immune. Two years ago, the NDRC said it was looking into state-run telecom giants China Unicom (HK) Ltd. and China Telecom Corp. for potential anti-monopolistic practices.

The two later said they would increase broadband speeds and lower prices.

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SOURCE: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/china-opens-monopoly-probe-into-qualcomm-2013-11-25

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Liberated energy Inc – LIBE


Liberated Energy, Inc.’s initial objective is to make small wind and solar turbine technology a significant contributor to the global clean energy supply portfolio by providing consumers with an affordable renewable energy option for their homes and businesses.

  • Liberated’s patent pending technology should offer every homeowner the opportunity to generate the majority of his or her monthly electrical requirements.
  • Liberated’s technology will be more affordable than any existing wind and solar options currently available.
  • Because of Liberated’s innovative design, the turbine and housing will be aesthetically pleasing and will tie in with existing architecture.

Liberated Energy, Inc. has recently acquired Perpetual Wind Power Corporation (PWPC). PWPC has applied for a U.S. patent…Patent Application Serial No. 61/27,578 through Woodcock Washburn, a national law firm specializing in intellectual property law (www.woodcock.com).

Wind Energy Potential

  • According to the Department of Energy, wind power costs dropped by 80% between 1984 and 2004.
  • Current energy costs (coal, nuclear and natural gas) are projected to increase approximately 10% annually.
  • Wind power has no fuel costs and low or negligible costs for maintenance compared to current energy sources.
  • The main reason why the growth of wind power is lagging in the U.S. is not lack of demand, but lack of supply. There is no reason why the U.S. could not only make wind turbines for its own need, but become a wind turbine exporter, creating jobs.*

*Watson, John, Ehow.com, Cost Benefits Wind Energy.

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Media Analytics Corp – MEDA


Media Analytics Corporation is a aggregator of leading media and mobile technologies allowing advertisers, publishers and agencies to leverage social medias to create successful data driven strategies and digital marketing initiatives.

The tools and solutions provided by the company focuses on providing deep analytical data, generating true engagement and simplifying promotional management. By bringing together first-class technologies, Media Analytics Corporation offers an integrated environment for marketers to easily deliver immediate and actionable results.

People are using social media in record numbers and marketers are looking for ways to benefit from this to stay ahead of the game. Media Analytics Corporation provides the edge to reach faster, smarter marketing decisions and deploy them.

Media Analytics Corporation is headquartered in Hong Kong and led by an experienced management team with deep advertising and engineering knowledge.

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Cablevision swings to third-quarter profit


Cablevision Systems Corp. CVC -2.11% swung to a third-quarter profit as the cable operator reported higher revenue, though customer rolls shrank.

While Cablevision maintains a high penetration of video, broadband and voice services in its main coverage area around New York City, it has faced increased competition in its own backyard from telecommunications peers, such as Verizon Communications Inc.’s (VZ) fiber-optics services, as well as streaming-video services like Netflix Inc. (NFLX).

Cablevision this year sought to sharpen its focus on its core market, agreeing to sell the western cable system it bought just a few years ago to Charter Communications Inc. (CHTR) for $1.6 billion. The move helped Cablevision to maintain one of its strengths of being regionally clustered, which has allowed it to be efficient in marketing and in deploying services like digital cable and cloud-based digital video recording faster than other cable operators.

Also, in April Bow Tie Cinemas agreed to buy all of the Clearview Cinemas theaters from Cablevision.

The Long Island-based company reported it lost 37,000 video customers, 18,000 voice subscribers and 13,000 high-speed data customers since the second quarter.

Total customers reached 3.2 million, down 29,000 from the second quarter.

Overall, Cablevision reported a profit of $294.6 million, or $1.10 a share, compared with a year-earlier loss of $3.8 million, or a penny a share. The year-ago period included losses on extinguishment of debt and certain write-offs of $61.1 million, compared with similar losses of $16.5 million in the latest period. Per-share earnings from continuing operations, which exclude its western cable system and Clearview, rose to 22 cents from a penny.

Revenue grew 1.8% to $1.57 billion.

Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters were looking for a per-share profit from continuing operations of 11 cents on $1.57 billion in revenue.

Shares closed Thursday at $15.63 and were inactive premarket. The stock has risen 4.6% so far this year.

Write to Ben Fox Rubin at ben.rubin@wsj.com

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SOURCE: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/cablevision-swings-to-third-quarter-profit-2013-11-08-104851148

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