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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) “Diamond-in-the-Rough” Microcap Investor Presentation

On December 1, 2016, OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) gave an investor presentation with VirtualInvestorConferences.com (powered by PR Newswire), in which its management team laid out the reasons they feel the company is significantly undervalued, with established and continuing growth in its market and company figures, along with products and technology that nobody else has, making it a diamond-in-the-rough for a microcap investor. 174 more words

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) “Diamond-in-the-Rough” Microcap Investor Presentation

On December 1, 2016, OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) gave an investor presentation with VirtualInvestorConferences.com (powered by PR Newswire), in which its management team laid out the reasons they feel the company is significantly undervalued, with established and continuing growth in its market and company figures, along with products and technology that nobody else has, making it a diamond-in-the-rough for a microcap investor. 1,293 more words

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The NRA Wine Club

The National Rifle Association has a wine club. Why? Almost certainly due to a cardinal rule of membership organizations: Offer as many benefits as possible to put glue on those members, even if the glue has nothing to do with its primary mission. 246 more words

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With 15 Shopping Days Until Christmas, Retailers Hustle

There are a lot of data about how the holiday season has gone so far, and how it is likely to go in the next two weeks. 380 more words

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Net Element, Inc. (NETE) Investment in US Card Processing Services is Paying Off

Cashless payments have been around for much longer than today’s shopper probably suspects. An account in the Safarnama, or Book of Travels, by the 11th-century Persian scholar Naser-e-Khosraw, relates how one can shop without using cash: “The procedure at the bazaar is as follows: you turn over whatever you have to a moneychanger and get in return a draft; then you buy whatever you need, deducting the price from the moneychanger’s draft.” 204 more words

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Net Element, Inc. (NETE) Investment in US Card Processing Services is Paying Off

Cashless payments have been around for much longer than today’s shopper probably suspects. An account in the Safarnama, or Book of Travels, by the 11th-century Persian scholar Naser-e-Khosraw, relates how one can shop without using cash: “The procedure at the bazaar is as follows: you turn over whatever you have to a moneychanger and get in return a draft; then you buy whatever you need, deducting the price from the moneychanger’s draft.” 634 more words

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Counterfeit Items Plague Amazon, eBay Holiday Shoppers

The holiday shopping season is not just big business for virtually every retailer, it is also the season to be jolly for a lot of crooks. 825 more words

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