HDS International Corp. (HDSI) came out with opportunistic news after-hours. We’re on the hunt for the “guns” (or promoters) behind the promotional campaign on HDSI. Our trading strategy is dependent on our findings.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. , Aug. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — HDS International Corp. (OTCQB: HDSI), a provider of industrial ocean-based biomass production and other high-value eco-sustainability solutions, today discussed the market opportunity associated with its carbon sequestration technologies.
According to a previous report from Pike Research , a market research and consulting firm that provides in-depth analysis of global clean technology markets, under a base-case forecast scenario, global revenues for carbon capture and storage systems could reach $128 billion by 2030. In a forecast scenario that includes more aggressive assumptions for global climate policy and industry adoption, the worldwide carbon capture and sequestration market could reach as high as $221 billion in the same timeframe.
HDS International believes that it is positioned at the forefront the carbon sequestration industries by virtue of its breakthrough carbon capture and fixation technologies. While existing pathways for carbon sequestration include geological and chemical methods, these methods are often impractical and face significant secular limitations. […]
On August 16, 2011, HDS International announced a transformational license acquisition and restructuring that positions us to capitalize on the enormous and exciting opportunities associated with renewable algae biofuels, renewable energy and eco-sustainability:
Diversity Group International, Inc. (DGIN) announced on Friday August 19th that the company’s CEO, Kevin Bobryk, resigned and Kathleen Roberton has taken over DGIN.
The failed buy-out deal at $0.20 a share (which was a clear scam) didn’t do much for Bobryk’s goodwill or reputation as the Chief Executive at Diversity Group International. With that in mind, it seems the next step (perhaps the last resort?) was to bring in a new face for a new round of common stock offering(s). So what are suggesting the savvy investor do? Wait for a new takeover announcement, play it smart & always remember that if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If you can take profits, take ’em. Don’t turn your back on this one, regardless of how you may feel about this ‘firm’.
MIAMI , Aug. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Diversity Group International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DGIN) (the “Company”) today announced that CEO Kevin Bobryk has resigned as President, CEO and director of the Company and Kathleen Roberton has been appointed President, CEO and director of the Company. Ms. Roberton possesses a background in business management, sales, marketing, distribution, business development and branding.[…]
Diversity Group International Inc.
1818, 600 NE 36th Street
Miami, FL, 33137
Diversity Group International Inc. (DGIN) specializes in development and delivery of Currency and Interest Rate solutions and overlays for long term fixed and variable rate loans.