Eco-Shift Power Corp. Completes $1.1 Million in Initial Bridge Funding

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Eco-Shift Power Corp. Completes $1.1 Million in Initial Bridge Funding

Eco-Shift Power Corp.’s (OTCQB: ECOP) share volume skyrocketed Apr. 28, with 1,194,515 shares changing hands, more than 14 times its three-month average volume of 81,606 shares.

The volume surge comes on the heels of Canadian industrial lighting company’s announcement that it has completed its initial bridge funding round of USD $1,100,000.

The funding will be used to provide the company with growth capital, execute on the roll out of its Virtual Powerplant Platform, and further develop its NetZero industry certification program.

The company's Virtual Powerplant Platform provides lighting products, smart energy management technologies and solutions implementation to save significant energy costs for mid-sized businesses to large multiple facility corporations.

NetZero Certification is ECOP's means of qualifying lighting products that meet exacting criteria and is a new tool for industry to make better energy and cost saving decisions. ECOP said it has developed rigorous protocols including all the necessary tests that all products must go through in order to attain NetZero Certification.

ECOP Lighting Solutions and Energy Management serves a client roster including Costco, Mattel, ThyssenKrupp, and Parmalat. With a foundation in new-era LED lighting and wireless and web-enabled technologies, ECOP said it is transitioning clients' decision making from old, fixed technology to the new information age.

According to the company, its strategic plan includes acquiring best available technologies and brands to stay positioned at the forefront of the multi-billion dollar lighting retrofit and smart building development industry in North America and beyond.

On Apr. 25, ECOP’s share price closed at 56 cents, up 8 cents from its previous day’s share price of 48 cents.

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New Concept Energy Inc. Has No Comment on Unusual Activity

Meanwhile, New Concept Energy Inc.’s  (NYSE MKT: GBR) stock volume shot through the Stratosphere Apr. 25, with 2,573,661 shares changing hands, more than 37 times its three-month average volume of 69,594 shares.

There was no news or press release from the company that might explain what is fueling the surge in volume. However, New Concept Energy did issue a terse statement on the NYSE’s sudden interest in the company.

“In view of the unusual market activity in the common stock on New Concept Energy Inc. the NYSE has contacted the company in accordance with its usual practice.

New Concept Energy stated that it is its policy not to comment on unusual market activity.

On Apr. 25, GBR’s share price closed at $2.40, up 56 cents from its close the previous day of $1.84.

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Minerco Resources Inc. To Host Investor Conference Call Apr. 29

In other news, Minerco Resources Inc. (OTCQB: MINE) volume was also strong Apr. 25, with 72,806,576 changing hands.

The Nashua, N.H.-based company is the parent company of Level 5 Beverage Co., a specialty beverage company which develops, produces, markets and distributes a diversified portfolio of all-natural and highly functional brands.

The company has developed the LEVEL 5 and COFFEE BOOST brands and has acquired the exclusive worldwide rights to the VitaminFIZZ Brand. The products are currently available in Southern California and Arizona and online at

Minerco will host its Investor Conference Call on Tuesday, Apr. 29.

The call will provide investors with a brief recap of the milestones reached to date but will focus on the upcoming opportunities (and challenges) for Minerco and Level 5.

On Apr. 25, MINE’s share price closed at 3 cents, unchanged from its close the previous day.

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Dakota Plains Holdings Inc.’s Share Volume Soars

Finally, Dakota Plains Holdings Inc.’s (OTCQB: DAKP) stock volume soared Apr. 25, with 496,978 shares changing hands, more than 6 times its three-month average volume of 78,935 shares.

The company has not issued any press releases lately or been in the news, so it difficult to know why there is such a sudden upsurge in the Wayzata, Minn.-based company’s stock volume.

But here is what we do know.

Dakota Plains Holdings Inc.’s main business activities are developing and owning transloading facilities throughout the Williston Basin oil fields of North Dakota. The company has expanded its capabilities to support the transloading, marketing and transporting of crude oil and related products throughout the United States.

Latest Financials

In it late financial filing of Dec. 31, 2013, Dakota Plains reported a loss of about $1.7 million.

On Apr. 25, DAKP’s share price closed at $2.02, up 10 cents from the previous day’s closing price of $1.92.

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