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V.VBI 30 cents: finding the needle in the cellstack

Danny Deadlock Danny Deadlock, TickerTrax
3 Comments| June 6, 2014

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Vivione Biosciences (TSX: V.VBI, Stock Forum) (30 cents)
www.vivionebiosciences.com
 
  • Shares Outstanding: Approx. 66 million / Market Cap $20 Million
  • VBI went public in April 2013 after raising $6 million.
  • Target is a > $100 Million valuation by 2016
  • Portfolio Diversification through biosciences
  • A company unique within their industry commercializing a world leading technology
 

 
VBI first caught my attention late April following a very positive news release associated with the USDA Food Safety and Inspection division - but on further research I discovered that VBI’s technology originates from research & development “with” the FDA in the United States and is the culmination of 7 years of work
 
Most companies develop a product and then seek FDA approval - in this case the FDA and partners identified a serious need and the technology was developed to address that need - it is now entering the business cycle where we find out if it will become a commercial success.
 
Given the stellar reputation of the FDA (globally) I have to believe that this will be very well accepted by their target markets.
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Tags: HEALTHCARE DIAGNOSTICS & RESEARCH

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gold_diggers1
Hi Danny, I'd like to hear your opinion on Teranga Gold Corp (TGZ) which is a junior with gold production and whioh should fall into your criteria for reporting. Shares O/S: 352 million Share Price: $0.60 Market Cap: $211 millions Cash: $54 millions Will you include TGZ in your list of juniors EV/RiskedReserve? If not, why not? Or is it because TGZ is a producing junior? You only cover exploration juniors? Thanks.
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June 7, 2014
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BaystreetBenny
INV on TSX $18 Million Cash. $30 Million Gold property Bought from IAMGOLD Multi Million Ounce 6 Grams Per Ton.Market Cap $14 Million..Real Steal.
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gold_diggers1
Hi Danny, In your latest EV/RiskedReserve list of companies, I believe ORE (Orezone Gold Corporation) has more than 1.2 million oz of gold in the Measured and Indicated category. In fact it has more than 4.5 million oz in the M&I category. Please see : http://www.orezone.com/projects/resources Please tell me what you think. Thanks, Gold_diggers1
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