+ Watch RAYS
on My Watchlist
The concept is one that is the way of the furture and will be needed
Smells like a scam, looks like a scam, is a scam. Their "breakthrough technology" is nothing more than pumping and dumping a worthless stock.
Withe the video compression technology they provide and the recent contract with Europe, I believe this stock will become a growth stock over the next few years, or perhaps be aquired by one of the big name streaming companies
Pumped and dumped. It'll be in the gutter for awhile I think.
**** How Mobile Usage Could Send Use Skyrocketing ****We encourage all of you to follow us at www.twitter.com/shamrockstocks for up to the minute alerts. For those of you that prefer e-mails, here you go:Raystream Inc. - (OTCQB:RAYS) - Has been upticking since 10/10/11 when it was priced at $1.20 a share. Currently trading at $2.46!Of all the possible uses of Raystream, mobile technologies really have our analysts salivating. In the last half of 2010, global mobile video use shot up by 94 percent, and mobile video traffic will account for 52.8 percent of traffic by the end of 2011.Ultimately, two-thirds of the world's mobile data traffic will be video by 2015. At that point, there will be more than 7.1 billion mobile-connected devices, approximately a phone for each person on the planet.For watching TV, movies, live events, and even video advertising, mobile technologies are sprinting past traditional PCs — and they consume a lot more bandwidth, partly because they're always on hand. Industry analysts say that smart phone users generate 10 to 20 times the traffic of traditional mobile phones.And iPhones generate up to 10 times the traffic of the average smart phone.It's not just handsets that are hogging up the bandwidth, either: The number of mobile-connected laptops grew by 63 percent in 2010, and a large percentage of those users consider mobile broadband their primary connection to the Internet.Tablets, such as the iPad and Samsung Galaxy Pad, also made their first appearances on the mobile network in 2010, bringing a data usage profile that is 5 times higher than that of a smartphone. 80% of tablet users watch user-generated video like that found on YouTube; 69% watch music videos; 56% watch full-length TV; and 55% watch full-length movies.The number of tablets is expected to double — to 54 million — next year.Combine these numbers with the boom in online advertising and other types of mobile commerce, and this is a market that will be desperate for more efficient forms of delivering video content.In other words, a perfect opportunity for Raystream's proprietary, cutting-edge technology.Place OTCQB:RAYS on your watchlist NOW. Start your research and remember where you heard it first!DO YOUR HOMEWORK AND ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOU SPEAK WITH YOUR REGISTERED INVESTMENT ADVISOR BEFORE YOU MAKE ANY DECISION!
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