NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 04/16/13 -- Epazz, Inc. (OTCQB: EPAZ) is in the cloud based software sector. There are a lot of reasons to take a look at this company at the moment. Recent press indicates future acquisitions and perhaps additional spinoffs on top of the current spinoff/dividend in process "Project Flex." Get the detailed report and more at the following link: http://bit.ly/OTCBBNEWRESEARCH
Real Estate Contacts, Inc. (OTCQB: REAC) operates an online real estate advertising portal website and real estate video website that offers real estate professionals the opportunity to reach consumers interested in buying or selling property in their respective geographic area. The real estate sector appears to be making a come back after the 2008 crash. Get the full report including information on the REAC services and fundamentals here: http://bit.ly/OTCBBNEWRESEARCH
Rafarma Pharmaceuticals (OTC: RAFA) is a Russia-based multi-product pharmaceutical company focused on producing generic antibiotics and specialty pharmaceuticals, including its own proprietary products approved by the ministry of health. The latest project that Rafarma has undergone includes initiatives to open a world-class manufacturing facility capable of producing all types and forms of medical drugs of diverse pharmacological groups. Get the full research report here: http://bit.ly/OTCBBNEWRESEARCH
EcoloCap Solutions Inc. (OTCQB: ECOS) has been quiet since November 6th, 2012 when they last released news. Here is an excerpt from that press release: Michael Siegel, President and CEO of EcoloCap, stated: "By the end of November we should finish testing of the 25% water blend M-Fuel on a 60kW CAT Genset as a follow-up to our preliminary test of a few weeks ago. We expect to show a 22% + reduction in diesel consumption and a minimum 85% reduction in particulate emissions, which surpasses the minimum expectations of our client for the electricity generation market. To estimate the size of this market, over 1 trillion (1,000,000,000,000) watts of electricity is generated each year by diesel or heavy fuel oil (HFO) worldwide. An NPU-60 produces 18,000 gallons per day, or enough fuel to power approximately 700,000 kilowatts of electricity. Many of the Diesel/HFO power installations will soon be required to reduce emissions and costs of operation. To put things into a realistic perspective, within two years ECOS expects to sell 18 NPU-60s to obtain 1% of the market, or 100,000,000 gallons per year. This represents recurring yearly gross revenue of $25,000,000 per year in additive sales. The use of M-Fuel will reduce or eliminate the need for pollution control methods and at the same time reduce costs substantially. Parallel testing starts on the delivering of M-Fuel samples to Great Britain and Ireland by mid-November." In the following report we have uncovered some positive information as recent as February 6th, 2013: http://bit.ly/OTCBBNEWRESEARCH
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