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DON'T BUY
October 6, 2017

Ranks 578 out of 700, so is roughly in the bottom 3rd of the database. A recent report suggested headwinds for them. Earnings were down 82%. Earnings are expected to grow by 57%, but there seems to be some scepticism. You are better off looking at other opportunities.

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Ranks 578 out of 700, so is roughly in the bottom 3rd of the database. A recent report suggested headwinds for them. Earnings were down 82%. Earnings are expected to grow by 57%, but there seems to be some scepticism. You are better off looking at other opportunities.

COMMENT
COMMENT
October 6, 2017

Designed for merchants to end up getting payments through the web, and have been very successful at doing that. Sales have grown significantly. In 2016, they lost $.17, and the 2017 forecast is looking for a loss of $.09. In 2018 they go positive at $.21, but compared to a stock price of roughly $126, that is a pretty big multiple. Thinks that is what the big debate is about.

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Shopify Inc. (SHOP-T)
October 6, 2017

Designed for merchants to end up getting payments through the web, and have been very successful at doing that. Sales have grown significantly. In 2016, they lost $.17, and the 2017 forecast is looking for a loss of $.09. In 2018 they go positive at $.21, but compared to a stock price of roughly $126, that is a pretty big multiple. Thinks that is what the big debate is about.

COMMENT
COMMENT
October 6, 2017

This takes water, and through electrolysis creates hydrogen, which they inject into the intake system, typically of diesel engines. They are attempting to get a reduction of both fuel consumption and emissions. Working on a new version and doing some testing on small engines that are used on the refrigerated portions of a truck. Their first preliminary result was a 20% reduction in fuel consumption, which is significant. Also had significant reduction in emissions. Expects to be in commercial production by the end of the year. If they can achieve a fuel consumption savings of 20%, and particularly the emissions reduction, it will be quite significant.

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DynaCERT Inc (DYA-X)
October 6, 2017

This takes water, and through electrolysis creates hydrogen, which they inject into the intake system, typically of diesel engines. They are attempting to get a reduction of both fuel consumption and emissions. Working on a new version and doing some testing on small engines that are used on the refrigerated portions of a truck. Their first preliminary result was a 20% reduction in fuel consumption, which is significant. Also had significant reduction in emissions. Expects to be in commercial production by the end of the year. If they can achieve a fuel consumption savings of 20%, and particularly the emissions reduction, it will be quite significant.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 6, 2017

(A Top Pick Feb 21/17. Up 6.89%.) Recently sold this.

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Fortis Inc. (FTS-T)
October 6, 2017

(A Top Pick Feb 21/17. Up 6.89%.) Recently sold this.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 6, 2017

(A Top Pick Feb 21/17. Up 17.43%.) This ranks in the top 5% of his database. There is still great opportunity for them going forward.

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(A Top Pick Feb 21/17. Up 17.43%.) This ranks in the top 5% of his database. There is still great opportunity for them going forward.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 6, 2017

(A Top Pick Feb 21/17. Up 24.57%.) Thinks there is still great opportunity in this.

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(A Top Pick Feb 21/17. Up 24.57%.) Thinks there is still great opportunity in this.

COMMENT
COMMENT
October 6, 2017

About 7-10 years ago, they put an aluminum rod through extremely high temperature plasma torches, and produced extremely precise balls of titanium. Titanium is used on top of stainless steel for artificial hips and knees as bone doesn’t easily latch onto stainless steel. They’ve now built their first machine and are going into commercial production. There is also a potential shift to using titanium in 3-D printing. The company is still waiting for some contracts.

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About 7-10 years ago, they put an aluminum rod through extremely high temperature plasma torches, and produced extremely precise balls of titanium. Titanium is used on top of stainless steel for artificial hips and knees as bone doesn’t easily latch onto stainless steel. They’ve now built their first machine and are going into commercial production. There is also a potential shift to using titanium in 3-D printing. The company is still waiting for some contracts.