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2 July 2010; market closed (The previous issue was broadcast on 6/17/10)
Preemptive Profit-Positioning (add to watch-list):Vendum Batteries, Inc. (VNDB): $0.75 X $0.75Vendum Batteries, a developer of “green” battery technologies, is emerging as a potential buy-target below the $1 per share level. The company is developing an innovative cellulose-based power source that may soon have advanced applications in consumer electronics, medical implants, automobiles, and aeronautical instruments.The Specialists in Business Information, SBI, estimates that the total U.S. battery market rose two percent over the 2006 level of $7.9 billion to $8.1 billion, and worldwide, personal battery use is a $63 billion dollar industry.Vendum’s revolutionary battery is entirely biodegradable, as it is primarily composed of cellulose and uses none of the toxic elements used in traditional batteries such as mercury, lead, chromium, and cadmium. The company’s groundbreaking nanotechnology can be described as a paper-thin sheet of cellulose infused with aligned carbon nanotubes that act as electricity conducting electrodes.Vendum Batteries is in the process of finalizing a long-term supply agreement with Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd. whereby Thomas Swan will provide Vendum with R&D and production quantities of carbon nanotubes at a preferential price in return for exclusivity of supply. Vendum just recently commenced public trading on the Over the Counter Bulletin Board – and the company is developing an emerging technology that has the potential to grab a share of the $63 billion global battery market.Now is the time to conduct your own due diligence on Vendum Batteries. You can view the company’s recent press releases and SEC filings at www.finance.yahoo.com under the symbol VNDB.OB. I am officially adding Vendum Batteries (VNDB) to our watch-list of preemptive profit-positioning candidates. Stand by for now.
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