I'm not going to write very much... but I am long Enwave (OTCPK:NWVCF). This is a small Canadian company that has innovative patented technology, is selling royalty bearing equipment to large food companies worldwide and has had it's first quarter of profit.
I expect that there will soon be a long period of growth as they start to displace older technologies. Their revenue stream should grow and the stock should at some point provide a growth stock valuation until they start to saturate their market.
There are other markets available but they have not made all that much commercial headway as of yet. However, with a bit of time and industry awareness their lower cost model should prove disruptive within other markets as well.
I recomment visiting their web site and reading the news releases for the last several years.
Personally, I'm in the stock fairly early. Given the amount of appreciation available (not to mention the possibility of a dividend income when the royalty model matures) I'm holding on to this for the long term as a potential one-stop retirement plan.
This doesn't mean I'm depending on it by any means. Just that the price can allow for meaningful accumulation.
Disclosure: I am/we are long NWVCF.