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Take a closer look at VSUL in lower .30s Breakthough technology / Licensing

May 17, 2011 4:44 PM ET
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New rpt out on VSUL worth reviewing.....We continue to monitor for footing in Mid.30s....
...their breakthrough Spectral Pattern Matching (SPM) technology that it licenses to companies needing authentication security....their unique, patent-pending way to "read" materials and liquids for their unique spectral signatures at the molecular/photonic level opens up vast and highly profitable applications ....(forsee) substantial upside from licensing revenues  (already
Recall good earnings rpt earlier in May....
Revenues- increased 100% to $2,866,000 from $0   ....ceo:  With their continuing growth through their 300 plus dealer channel and direct relationship with major clients, we expect TransTech to continue to report strong revenues. In the coming months we should see further revenue growth with our planned acquisitions and the movement into the marketplace of our SPM technology.”
Technically, the stock has climbed from .08 to .74 in the last year...We're focusing pn pullback footing into May, with a resumption of upside upon further licensing deals/the like.
successfully licensed the SPM Technology to Javelin LLC).....

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