The right penny stock can make an investor a fortune, if he or she is fortunate enough to have picked a diamond in the rough.
The problem is that some penny stocks sound interesting, but offer so little in specifics that it’s impossible to ascertain their potential value unless you are some kind of super sleuth or fortune teller.
Here are three such penny stocks:
Analytica Bio-Energy Corp. (OTCQB: ABEC) is an interesting penny stock to watch for 2014 in that you will really have to dig deep to find out whether its claims of developing a new technology are just so much puffed-up hype, or really have an anchor in reality.
The Canadian-based company said in its profile that it has developed a new patented technology that removes all toxic and hazardous chemicals prior to disposal. Analytica Bio-Energy adds that industrial wastewater in itself is a hazardous substance.
“Toxic chemicals cannot be disposed of into sewers, rivers, or lakes. When left unchecked these chemicals destroy all life forms in the waterways, plus end up in the water we drink,” the company says.
The company adds that industrial wastewater must be treated prior to disposal.
“With change come new obstacles. Automated and mass production in the majority of manufacturing produces more wastewater. Analytica Bio-Energy Corp. specializes in the manufacturing of highly efficient industrial wastewater purification systems,” it points out.
More Specifics Needed
Since there are no regulatory filings or in-depth press releases on Analytica Bio-Energy’s new technology, at this stage we only have its vague outline on the problem and its solution. Hopefully, the company will be more forth-coming in the near future. Because, if it has what it says it does, this penny stock could end up being a winner.
On Feb. 5, ABEC’s share price closed at $1.28, unchanged from its closing price the previous day.
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Another penny stock you’ll need to be a sharp detective to decipher is Now Corporation (OTCPINK: NWPN), This penny stock started out as a promotional online marketing company based in Portland, Ore., but now appears to be making a foray into the alternative-energy sector.
Now Corporation’s New Game Plan?
According to the company’s original profile, Now Corporation at one time used the internet to provide discounts to its members and HR benefit packages to small business.
These discounts were provided by creating local networks of companies, making available discounts on an array of popular brands such as: Loews/AMC Theater tickets, Subway, Big Surf Water Park, Arizona Diamondbacks tickets, along with other sought-after services.
But the last company release on this operation came in 2007. And it’s Web site is no longer functioning.
Reinvented as Green-Energy Company?
Fast forward: The latest release from Now Corporation is dated Dec. 17, 2013 in which it discusses its acquisition of wind turbines in a confusing and acronym-filled statement.
“The Now Corporation is pleased to announce that it has entered into a letter of intent ("LOI") with SP Power Farm Group Ltd. ("SPpf") and SP Power Farm Group (BC) Ltd. ("pfBC") to acquire distribution rights to SPpf's exoPOWER wind turbine system for the small-wind and mid-wind sectors for the states of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota from pfBC,” the release said.
Since this release, there has been silence. There is no doubt that finding more about this penny stock could be challenging for even the most-seasoned sleuth investors.
On Feb. 5, NWPN’s share price closed at 30 cents, unchanged from its closing price the previous day.
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Global Senior Enterprises Inc. (OTC: GSET) is another mystery penny stock wrapped up in a tortoise-shell enigma.
While the Fort Wayne, Ind.-based company’s latest profile describes itself as a company in the development stages in the personal healthcare industry on Mainland China, it does not give any other specifics about what its business will ultimately be.
Even its latest press release of Jan. 21, 2014 needs a highly-skilled cryptologist to decipher and real information from it, save the complex technical details of its business transaction:
“Global Senior Enterprises announced that along with The World Financial Holdings Group Co., LTD in Xi'an, Shaanxi, China on Dec. 28, 2013 entered into a Counseling Listed Cooperation Agreement with Shaanxi Surplus Eco Industrial Development to assist Shaanxi Surplus acquire Toro Ventures Inc. Shaanxi Surplus is to change its name to Baying Ecological Holding Group (Baying).
Based in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, Baying reports 10 million RMB registered assets. Baying is at the core of walnut industry participating in eco-efficient projects, producing high-end organic agricultural, biological and health care products. Further Baying works in the eco-tourism industry and is an eco-industrial development company under the jurisdiction of Jane Eating Fine Living Clubs. Its products consist of an organic agricultural hanging bell, fragrant walnut seedling base providing products to a bio-organic fertilizer plant and other entities. GSET's Chinese Operations include health care, eco-tourism, leisure and other projects. After equity asset exchange between Baying and GSET, the organic agricultural products, health care products and eco-tourism services Baying provided would be available to GSET, so that the two parties will reach a higher scale of efficiency and benefits.
Baying presents a strong technical force with high quality management, technology, research and development personnel, deep cultural heritage, and marketing planning.”
A Puzzling Release
It would be easier for potential investors following Global Senior Enterprises if the company would basically sum up what business it is pursuing by this acquisition in terms the average person could understand.
On Feb. 5, GSET’s share price closed at $5.00, down $1.50 from its closing price of $3.50 the previous day, with one share changing hands.
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