"ChitrChatr is set to unveil what could be one of the
most important tech breakthroughs ever" -
Jarret Wollstein -
Intelligent Investor Report
Communications Inc. is going to be rolling out a
breakthrough application that could change forever how
and why people around the world use their smartphones,
tablets and computers.
ChitrChatr's app could transform these devices into
communications tools such as the world has never seen...
granting them the super powers to gather all media and
all forms of communication at one central hub.
ChitrChatr's breakthrough app looks to be on the magnitude of
color TV, cell phones, disc brakes and CAT scans... Massive
innovations that took the world by storm because of the way they
forever revolutionized existing technology.
ChitrChatr is rolling out an advanced innovation, much in the
same way Apple Inc., advanced personal music players, computers
and cell phones... gave them super powers.
ChitrChatr has cleared the final hurdle in what was years of
intense R&D... trial and error... from top global programmers
focused on but one objective... making the last communications
app the world might ever need.
Today, ChitrChatr looks ready for a worldwide rollout, which
could be under way, depending on when you're reading this.
"On October 1, an unknown $500 million revenue
U.S. oil technology company unveiled the next
game-changing billion barrel American crude oil bonanza"
- Tobin Smith - NBT
Energy Group Limited
(OTCQX: MCWEF) held a ribbon cutting ceremony
in the middle of Utahís desert on October 1. 60-80 local
dignitaries, local media and oil industry executives
witnessed the opening of the first environmentally safe,
EPA approved crude oil plant in the United States that
turns tons of oil-laden sand into high quality crude oil
for a total cost of around $30 a barrel.
High grade sweet crude oil extracted from what the US
Department of Energy reports over 30 billion barrels of
recoverable oil in all the oil sands of Utah. This pilot
plant is set to produce 250 barrels of oil a day.
Now, MCW Energy Group Limited has just announced plans for their next
Utah oil plant that will produce 5,000 barrels a day. This plant will also be sitting right in the middle of a 55 million oil sands reserve they lease now but will acquire with the proceeds of the new plant financing.
MCW Energy Group Limitedís initial oil sands lease is located in the heart of Asphalt Ridge in the Uinta Basin, one of Utah’s 8 major oil sands deposits. The 1128 acre lease is approximately 10 miles from Vernal, the state’s main hub of oil and gas exploration and development with a complete infrastructure of rail facilities, roads, power grid and truck transportation systems. The site is approximately 125 miles from Salt Lake City and proximal to five regional oil refineries.
The initial oil sands lease holds at least 50 million barrels of
oil within it vast resource of oil sands.
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"Cell MedX Corp. is now months away from becoming the
biggest thing in the diabetes treatment field, a $55.3
billion dollar market of 383 million people that have
this serious illness" - Charles Moskowitz
(OTCBB: CMXC) just invented a new way of
controlling diabetes, that's the greatest breakthrough
since the invention of insulin in 1924.
This innovative young company created something
called the e-Balance. It looks like an iPad-like tablet
and is used to administer a mild electric current that
that strengthens human cells, allowing them to better
repair themselves, greatly lessen the painful effects of
diabetes, in addition to managing this illness more
This discovery won a Nobel Prize for two German scientists who
found out our cell membranes have low-level electrical currents
in them. Dr. Erwin Neher
and Dr. Bert Sakkman won a
Nobel Prize for this major health breakthrough. It proved that
strategic, low-level currents could now be used to greatly
multiply the power of existing diabetes treatments, speed overall
healing, making the symptoms much easier to manage.
Cell MedX Corp. created the e-Balance Tablet after this
monumental discovery. There is nothing else like it in America.
This is a first. They have the potential to sell millions of them
to people who are desperately trying to manage and control their
never-ending symptoms diabetes is known for.
A staggering 382 million people worldwide have diabetes, and
this figure is heading straight up to approximately 600 million
Information is Only as Good as Its Source
Have you heard of the movie "The Wolf of Wall Street" or the movie "The Boiler Room", or possibly seen
them? While they may not be the greatest
pieces of cinema, they do serve one valuable purpose. They are realistic looks
at the tactics of a fraudulent operation, which may occur in the realm of
SmallCap and MicroCap stocks.
How realistic are they? The "Wolf of Wall Street" is based on
Jordan Belfort's memoir of the same name. Belfort was convicted of
fraud crimes related to stock market manipulation and running a penny stock
While Ben Younger, the
writer/director of "The Boiler Room", actually interviewed at a "boiler room" firm and
the movie has been praised by SEC regulators as a cautionary tale.
The warning to be found in
these movies is be sure of where you get your investment information from,
particularly when dealing with unregulated MicroCap and SmallCap companies.
Many small companies are exempt
from filing reports with the SEC. This lack of reliable, readily available
information can open the door to fraud. Allowing for the manipulation of
stock prices to the detriment of investors.
Here are some methods of
disseminating false information:
- Questionable Press Releases -
Releasing "news" containing lies about a company's sales,
acquisitions, revenue projections, or new products and services.
- Internet Fraud - Distribution
of junk e-mail or "spam" over the Internet, or the use of
bulletin boards and chat rooms, to tout a company and/or provide
"inside" information. A common method is to have the recipient
believe they were not intended to receive the information and therefore
are in possession of some "exclusive tip".
- Boiler Rooms and Cold Calling -
Dishonest brokers set up "boiler rooms" where they use a small
army of high-pressure salespeople to make cold calls to as many
potential investors as possible. They are sometime selling stock in
"shell" or non-existent companies or performing a "Pump
& Dump" (see below).
- Paid Promoters - Many MicroCap
and SmallCap companies pay stock promoters to assist in their companies
promotion via investment newsletters, research reports, or radio and
television shows. This is an acceptable practice and when properly done,
the investors get the benefit of the research done by the promoter.
Reputable promoters only place their recommendation on companies they
believe in, as their value to the investor is only as good as the
companies they promote.
The federal securities laws
require promoters to disclose who paid them, the amount, and the type of
payment. But, many fraudsters fail to do so and mislead investors into
believing they are receiving independent and unbiased advice. Usually this
advice is fraudulent, meaning to deceive the investor, and only benefit
the promoter and the promoted company.
The people behind this
misinformation are running fraud schemes. Two of the most popular are: