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Goldman Small Cap Research Initiates Research Coverage of Innocap, Inc.

Jul 18 2013 12:00AM



BALTIMORE, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 07/18/13 -- Goldman Small Cap Research, a stock market research firm focused on the small cap and microcap sectors, has initiated research coverage of Innocap, Inc. (OTCQB: INNO) a marine exploration company specializing in research and development of ocean recovery projects.

Led by one of the most successful marine recovery pioneers, Innocap plans to engage in marine salvage operations in Asia and the Atlantic that combined potentially may be worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Innocap's founder, Paul Tidwell brings a history of marine salvage success. Tidwell located the legendary Japanese submarine I-52, the deepest marine recovery effort ever, in water 3 miles deep in the Atlantic which has 2 metric tons of gold on board worth an estimated $81M alone.

In addition to the I-52 project, INNO will soon begin salvage operations of a shipwreck located off the coast of the Philippines. The ship, based on preliminary studies, appears to contain a cargo of Chinese porcelain made during the Ming Dynasty. Reportedly worth millions, Innocap will be entitled to 50% of any cargo that is recovered from the salvage.

In the Goldman Opportunity Research report on the Company, analyst Rob Goldman outlines his investment thesis:

"Innocap is a great story that has broad appeal among public and private investors and appears poised to now become a great stock. Led by a renowned leader in marine salvage recovery, Innocap offers huge upside via the potential value of marine salvage recovery cargo (i.e., treasure) with the I-52 project potentially worth hundreds of millions alone. Plus, Innocap is poised to enjoy other revenue streams related to post-recovery operations including film production, education, promotion, entertainment and exhibitions. This model is similar to Premier Exhibitions which is known for its Titanic salvage and other, unique nationwide exhibitions. As Innocap initiates the return to I-52 and engages in its other salvage operations and related ventures, we expect that the Company's valuation will increase substantially."

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About Innocap, Inc.: Innocap, Inc. (OTCQB: INNO) is a marine exploration company specializing in research and development of ocean recovery projects. The Company's research has shown there are many shipwrecks around the world which contain valuable cargo. Innocap, Inc. will treat all shipwrecks with respect and have archeological assessments on each qualified shipwreck. Innocap will utilize the latest technology available to enhance salvage projects.

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Source: Marketwire

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