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Barfresh Food Group, Inc. manufactures ready-to-blend drinks, which the company seeks to distribute to the food-service industry. It specializes in smoothie and cocktail mixes. Barfresh's recipes are based on those of an Australian company that Barfresh recently purchased the rights to. This Australian company was profitable and won a variety of awards for its products. There's always a summertime market for cold beverages, and Barfresh stands to grow once it convinces more chains of the superiority of its products.
For disclosure regarding Barfresh, see sec.edgar-online.com/barfresh-food-group-inc/8-k-current-report-filing/2012/01/17/section5.aspx.
Domark "is focused on acquiring operating entities through acquisition and then providing marketing and management services in support of the acquired entities." They're currently promoting a nifty, potentially profitable accessory that can be used to provide solar power to iPads. These stocks have risen in value exponentially over the last few days in the wake of heavy promotion of the iPad accessory. Their value dropped today, but it will be interesting to see if it picks back up.
EXCO is an energy company engaged in managing onshore oil and natural gas properties. After growth over the past week, investment experts are projecting continuing increase in value for this stock, as EXCO is on the brink of consummating transactions which should positively impact shares. For more information on recent developments in this company, see http://seekingalpha.com/symbol/xco.
http://www.puradyn.com/ "owns the rights to manufacture and market its Puradyn by-pass oil filtration system for use with internal combustion engines and hydraulic equipment. The Puradyn system cleans oil by continually removing solid and liquid contaminants through a filtration and evaporation process. This maintains the oil's viscosity and greatly reduces or even eliminates the necessity for oil changes." It seeks to market its technology to the oil and gas, construction, transportation, marine, and hydraulics industries. The companies' shares have decreased somewhat in value after a relative high last summer, but its products have gained high praise from industry investigators, and it stands to grow from its current low if it is successful in executing some major contracts.
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