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You can read the original version online: ——————————————————————————– April 22, 2012 Week In Review…

Week In Review For April 16 to April 20, 2012 Canadian Companies mentioned include:

* Novus Energy Inc. (TSX-Venture:NVS) * Rambler Metals and Mining plc (TSX-Venture:RAB) * 01 Communique Laboratory Inc. (TSX:ONE) * Eagle Plains Resources Ltd. (TSX-Venture:EPL) U.S. Companies mentioned include:

* Primo Water Corp. (NASDAQ:PRMW) * Alexza Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ:ALXA) * Gleacher & Company Inc. (NASDAQ:GLCH) * Cytokinetics Inc. (NASDAQ:CYTK) * BeesFree Inc. (OTCBB:BEES) This week on

* Article Published, April 17, 2012: Junior Healthcare Company Vitalizes Marketing Efforts as Product Launch Commences ( (U.S. Company) * Article Published, April 18, 2012: sNDA News from FDA May Provide Value Opportunity for Junior Biotech ( (CDN Company) * Article Published, April 20, 2012: No Competitors and Huge Demand Put This Junior in a Class by Itself ( (U.S. Company) Video charts for the week:

* April 17th Technical Video Chart For ALXA. Trying to make its way off the bottom, Alexza Pharma is meeting resistance around 65 cents.

Support is in place just under that level with the upside substantial with strong resistance not entering until 80 cents.

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* April 18th Technical Video Chart For RAB:CA. The Rambler Metals and Mining chart is putting together a nice uptrend over the last couple months and breaking-out of a cup and handle pattern. Resistance is in front at 62 cents with support and 56 cents. Technical traders will be looking for a volume surge to test old highs at 67 cents.

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WEEKLY UPDATE – STOCKS MIXED ON A FLURRY OF EARNINGS & ECONOMIC DATA North American Stocks began the week locked in a tight trading range on Monday as mixed economic data kept investors in caution mode after two straight down weeks to kick-off the second quarter of 2012, but stocks exploded upward on Tuesday as investors digested an influx of better than expected earnings reports and easing tensions over Eurozone financial woes. Throughout the week, earnings news helped bolster many majors and industrial plays, but the small caps continued to fail to garner optimism as demonstrated by the TSX-Venture Exchange nose-diving another 4.25%. The junior-rich index has fallen from near 1,700 to under 1,400 in eight weeks. After an epic run to start 2012, the tech-heavy NASDAQ exchange has skidded for three straight weeks.

The week brought earnings reports from 84 of the companies in the S&P 500 and 12 of the 30 companies in the Dow Jones Industrial average.

Since Alcoa launched earnings season last week, 121 companies in the S&P 500 have reported, with more than 80 percent beating expectations, giving investors a reason to overlook somewhat murky economic data that supports Canada and the U.S. slowing in growth for the time being. Historically, only about 60 percent of companies beat estimates. To date, only about 10 percent of companies have missed expectations.

Also fueling a broad market rally on Tuesday was news that the International Monetary Fund raised its global growth outlook for 2012 from 3.3 percent to 3.5 percent. Analysts and economists view this hike in outlook as a positive sign that the euro is stabilizing since violent swings last year based on serious threats of loan defaults, primarily from Greece. Further boosting optimism on Tuesday, German sentiment reports came in surprisingly high, lifting investor sentiment about future demands from the largest economy in Europe.

Moods were tempered on Wednesday and Thursday as Spain replaced Greece in providing a drag on markets based on EU debt issues. Auctions for 12 and 18-month treasury bills in Spanish debt drew strong demand initially, but increasing yields raised investor`s concerns, putting pressure on higher risk assets in overseas markets. The Spaniards sold all of the bonds, but the rising yields have the country under the microscope as to their true financial condition and the possibility of needing bailout funds. Yields need to stay under 6% to maintain any level of confidence for fiscal solvency for the struggling country, but are hovering just below that key level.

Highlighting the fears, sales of German 24-month debt sold at record low yields, as investors ran to the perceived strength of the German economy given the backdrop of economic troubles in Spain and Italy.

Investors will be hawking moves from the European Central Bank to continue to provide salvation for struggling economies as they have already dolled-out more than 1 trillion euros in low-cost financing to help countries manage debt. The International Monetary Fund and World Banks will be in focus as spring meetings in Washington, D.C. are ongoing this weekend, with the hope than an additional $400 – $500 billion will be announced to aid in EU matters.

More earnings reports will be rolling-in this week as economic data subsides from last week`s frantic pace. Europe will more than likely also remain firmly in the crosshairs of investors. Stateside, the potential of more bond buying by the U.S. Federal Reserve, often called “Quantitative Easing,” will be back in focus this week as the Federal Reserve once again will be meeting to discuss U.S. monetary policy. Traders will be dissecting any commentary from the Fed that could give any hints of QE3.

Canada’s dollar grew against the U.S. dollar by the most in seven weeks after Governor Mark Carney reported the main bank kept interest rates at 1 percent, but also said that the removal of economic stimulus may be appropriate given growth and inflation. Data suggests that Canada will be the first Group of Seven nations to boost interest rates within the next six months, which inspired currency traders to add to their holdings on bets that the loonie will continue to strengthen against the greenback. The Canadian dollar picked-up a firm 0.80% against the USD this past week with next week beginning with one Canadian dollar buying US$1.00865.

Commodity Snapshot:

* Gold prices trended lower this past week on mixed economic data from North America and early-week concerns about Spain`s ability to control its bills and facing of possible credit defaults. lackluster data showing limited growth in manufacturing, slowing home sales and a disappointing jobless claims report from the States added to pressures on the precious metal. Despite a bit of a rally on Friday, June contracts, the most actively traded, shrunk $17.40, or 1.05%, to close the week at $1,642.80 per troy ounce.

* Silver prices remained range bound as investors look for some market driving news to show signs of strong future demand. Data flowed in from the Eurozone showing better than expected confidence in German business confidence, but Japan`s growth remains in question.

After a strong start to the year, silver`s performance has been quite weak for the last seven weeks. May contracts, which remained the most actively traded, edged mildly higher on the week; rising by $0.261, or 0.83%, to close at $31.651 an ounce.

* Copper got a healthy boost in value on Friday, rising nearly 2 percent after the unexpected rise in German business sentiment.

Questions about China`s growth and bulging stockpiles of copper in the world`s largest consumer of the red metal had been weighing on copper values in April. The potential for demand increasing in Europe helped the multi-use metal to find some traction heading into the weekend.

On the week, May contracts, the most actively traded on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, appreciated by 7.1 cents, or 1.9% to close the week at $3.698 a pound.

* Oil prices have slid recently from prices near $110 per barrel as tensions over Iran`s nuclear activities have calmed. Last weekend, a meeting in Istanbul between six world powers and Iran did not create any resolve, but showcased that nervousness over any potential disruption in oil supply channels have substantially eased with the leaders agreeing to meet again next month. Uneven economic data and strong stockpiles in the U.S. has also helped decrease upward pressure on crude. Much like copper, oil got a boost on Friday from the German economic data, helping May contracts, the most actively traded, sneak ahead on the week by $1.05, or 1.02%, to end at $103.88 per barrel.

Equity Market Snapshot:

(All percentages on a weekly basis unless otherwise noted) * Major gold players were tossed-about with the fluctuations in the general markets this past week, but once again struggled to mount any sustainable upward pressure. Continuing a general downward trend that has now spanned about six months, Barrick Gold (ABX, -3.69%), Yamana Gold (YRI, -6.47%), Agnico-Eagle Mines (AEM, -1.14%), Kinross Gold (K, -5.06%) and Goldcorp (G, -1.11%) all shed points on the Toronto exchange.

* In other gold news, Ivanhoe Mines (TSX:IVN, -0.78%) bounced around upon news of the Mongolian government suspending certain mining licenses owned by SouthGobi Sands, a company which Ivanhoe has a controlling stake in parent company SouthGobi Resources Ltd. In a related matter, Rio Tinto PLC (NYSE:RIO, +4.08%) said it would review Ivanhoes` sale of a stake in SouthGobi Resources to Aluminum Corp. of China Ltd. (NYSE:ACH, +2.47%), now that it has control of Ivanhoe`s board.

* Energy stocks primarily slipped from highs, but moved forward with crude rising this past week. Suncor Energy (NYSE:SU, +2.19%), Talisman Energy (NYSE:TLM, +0.64%), Canadian Natural Resources (NYSE:CNQ, +0.78%), Cenovus Energy (NYSE:CVE, +4.03%) and Imperial Oil (NYSE:IMO, +3.32%) all added points.

* In other big energy news, Energy Fuels Inc. (TSX:EFR, +29.17%) shares galloped ahead after the company said it will buy all of Denison Mines Corp.`s (NYSE:DNN, +27.08%) mining assets and operations in the U.S. (creating the largest pure-play uranium producer in the U.S.) in exchange for about 425.4 million shares valued at about $106 million. According to estimates, the new mega-uranium producer will generate more than one-quarter of all U.S. production in 2012.

* Encana Corp. (TSX:ECA, +1.65%) pulled from lows to notch gains this past week after reporting that Japanese trading company Toyota Tsusho Corp. has agreed to buy 32.5% of the company`s coal-bed methane block in Alberta. The investment value will total around $600 million over the next seven years.

* Base metals were in the headlines this past week as Shares of Cameco Corp. (NYSE:CCJ, +8.10%) and Uranium One Inc. (TSX:UUU, +5.38%) climbed after J.P. Morgan initiated coverage of the uranium producers with overweight recommendations. TD also upgraded uranium producer`s ratings from buy to hold this past week. Lundin Mining Corp. (TSX:LUN, +6.12%) also rose on the news. First Uranium Corp. (TSX:FIU, -10.17%) shares pulled-up to pare losses after a nosedive upon reports that its gold sales in Q4 decreased 15% and it only produced 86 pounds of uranium during the quarter after producing 30,887 in the third quarter.

* Financial plays provided some support on good earnings reports, but fell apart by the weekend. Bank of America (NYSE:BAC, -3.69%), Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE:GS, -2.30%) and JP Morgan Chase (NYSE:JPM, -1.13%) all listed lower. Citigroup (NYSE:C, +1.44%) managed to eeke out gains after reporting earnings of 95 cents per share in Q1, which would have been $1.11 per share, excluding certain items. Analysts were targeting earnings of $1 per share.

* Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC, +0.49%) and JPMorgan Chase topped estimates in the prior week, getting bank earnings off on the right foot. Bank of America reported that its quarterly net income had declined sharply versus last year, though the drop came after an accounting adjustment of nearly $5 billion. Stripping-out the non-operating expenses, the company`s earnings more than doubled from a year ago, sending shares higher initially in the week. Similarly, Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS, +1.16%) reported a large accounting adjustment that cut into its earnings, but excluding the adjustment, MS topped estimates. Goldman Sachs topped estimates and raised its quarterly dividend. U.S.

Bancorp (NYSE:USB, +1.26) shares gained as it beat earnings and revenue expectations.

* On the Canadian banking front, equities primarily pushed higher with The Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS, +1.20%), Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD, +2.43%), Bank of Montreal (BMO, +2.95%) and Royal Bank of Canada (RY, +2.27%) posting gains with Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSX:CM, -0.17%) an exception amongst the biggest banks in Canada.

* Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT, +5.23) got back on track after two down weeks as it beat earnings; mostly attributable to a 6 percent rise in sales of its Windows and Office products.

* Air Canada (TSX:AC.B, -1.16%) said that it will return to negotiations with its union in an attempt to finally reach a new labor deal to avoid a government-imposed settlement for the long-winded battle between the two.

* Three of the largest unions at American Airlines have agreed to support a takeover offer from U.S. Airways Group (NYSE:LCC, +19.13%).

American Airlines is a subsidiary of AMR Corp. (Pink Sheets:AAMRQ, +10.60%), a company that filed bankruptcy last year and reported a $1.7 billion net loss in the most recent quarter.

* Canada`s largest convenience store chain, Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (TSX:ATD.B, +19.98%), had its shares soar after disclosing that it was buying top Scandinavian convenience and fuel retailer Statoil Fuel & Retail for $2.8 billion. Statoil Fuel & Retail has approximately 2,300 full-service or automated stations.

* Research In Motion Ltd. (TSX:RIM, +3.11%) rose for the second straight week after Oracle (NASDAQ:ORCL, +1.33%) CEO Larry Ellison said during his testimony that Oracle considered buying the BlackBerry maker, but it was too expensive. It was also reported that RIM is near picking a financial advisor, with JP Morgan Chase the lead candidate.

* eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY, +11.54%) posted strong gains on better than expected financials and increased outlook for 2012. Other household names that beat analyst`s expectations included McDonalds (NYSE:MCD, -1.06%), General Electric (NYSE:GE, +2.54) and oilfield services behemoth Halliburton Co. (NYSE:HAL, +2.72%).

* Gannett (NYSE:GCI, -8.58%) highlighted the ongoing struggles of legacy newspapers with earnings that fell 24% from the prior year`s quarter to only 28 cents per share.

* In merger and acquisition news, payment processor SXC Health Solutions Corp. (NASDAQ:SXCI, +22.00%) said that it is paying $4.4 billion in cash and stock in a friendly deal to acquire rival Catalyst Health Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHSI, +45.80%).

* Biotech Human Genome Sciences (NASDAQ:HGSI, +100.00%) rejected a $13 per share (or $2.6 billion) takeover bid from pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE:GSK, +6.06%), saying that the offer does not reflect the true value of the company.

* Shares of Baxter International Inc. (NYSE:BAX, -6.65%) and Halozyme Therapeutics (NASDAQ:HALO, -28.39%) fell after the Food and Drug Administration requested additional information, to complete a review of a drug being developed by the two companies. The companies are seeking approval for HyQ, a treatment that aims to allow physicians to tailor antibody drug therapy to lifestyle and medical needs of patients with immune system disorders.

* In more things biotechnology, Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ, +0.27%) came in ahead of earnings expectations, but fell short in revenue predictions by registering a 5 percent drop over the year prior Q1.

Management cited sales being negatively impacted by the suspension of manufacturing at the McNeil Consumer Healthcare facility in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania.

* Shares of cell phone maker Nokia Corp. (NYSE:NOK, -7.96%) fell further this week amidst a downgrade by credit rating agency Moody`s and reports of a sharp Q1 loss as it struggles for market capture and retention in the highly-competitive mobile market. Shares of NOK have fallen from $5.50 to $3.70 in the past three weeks and from over $11 each in the past year.

* Further on the phone front, Sprint Nextel Corp. (NYSE:S, -11.57%) had it shares pummeled after New York`s attorney general filed a tax fraud lawsuit against it with allegations that the company was intentionally underpaying sales tax in NY for seven years. If the charges are founded, Sprint`s penalties could tally in excess of $300 million, plus penalties.

* IPO`s continue to sizzle. This past week luxury luggage maker Tumi (NYSE:TUMI) had shares rise from $18 to hit $28.70 before closing at $26.20; Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ:SPLK) sizzled from $17 to close at $26.20; technology firm Infoblox (NYSE:BLOX) cranked from $16 all the way to $23.35 before closing at $21.30 and ProofPoint (NASDAQ:PFPT) moved from $13 to touch $17.11 before settling at $14.08.

Weekly Indices Results:

The S&P TSX Composite Index got on track with a green week after seven straight losses; adding 106.89 points, or 0.89%, to 12,147.28. The TSX Venture Exchange lost points again last week, sliding another 61.98 points, or 4.25%, to finish at 1,397.95.

In the States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose after two down weeks; growing by 179.67 points, or 1.40%, on the week to 13,029.26.

The much-broader S&P 500 followed suit; adding 8.27 points, or 0.60%, to its total to close at 1,378.53. The tech-rich NASDAQ Composite extended its losing streak to three weeks by giving-up 10.88 points, or 0.36%, to 3,000.45 on the week.

Canadian Economic Data:

* The number of new motor vehicles sold in February declined 6.7% to 141,589 units, partially offsetting January`s gain. Lower sales in Canada`s two biggest provinces (Ontario and Quebec) accounted for over three-quarters of the national decrease. Passenger car sales fell 8.3%, led by a 10.9% drop in sales of North American-built cars.

Preliminary stats for March are suggesting a 2% drop.

* Foreign investors resumed their acquisition of Canadian securities in February and added $12.5 billion to their holdings. These inflows were led by a $10.2 billion foreign investment in federal government bonds from both new issues and secondary market acquisitions.

Canadian investors reduced their holdings of foreign securities by $2.2 billion, marking the first such divestment in 10 months.

* Manufacturing sales edged down 0.3% to $49.1 billion in February, following a 1.3% increase in January. Of the 21 industries categorized by the survey, 11 showed a sales decrease month-over-month. These 11 industries represent approximately 64% of Canadian manufacturing StatsCan said. In dollar terms, the largest decline was in the food industry (-3.1%) as motor vehicle assembly sales declined 8.7%, the first decline since June 2011.

* Sales activity over MLS Systems of Canadian real estate Boards and Associations rose 2.5% from February to March 2012. The increase lifted national activity to its highest monthly level since April 2010. The average price of a Canadian home hit $369,677 during the month, up 0.5% from a year earlier. The rise was fueled by the Toronto market staying smoking hot with gains of 10.5 percent year over year, with the average house price hitting $504,117.

* In February, the number of people receiving regular Employment Insurance benefits fell by 6,700 (-1.2%) to 552,800 led by Alberta (-4%), Saskatchewan (-3.8%) and Quebec -3.4%). The number of initial and renewal claims fell by 5,900, or 2.5 percent, to 236,100 during the month.

* Statistics Canada reported that Canada`s composite leading indicator rose for the ninth straight month in March, climbing by 0.4 percent from February on widespread economic strength, coming up just shy of economists` expectations of a 0.5% increase. Eight of the indicator`s 10 components advanced in March, lead by the housing index (+0.6%) and the average work week growing by 0.3 percent for its sixth straight month of increases.

* It was not a big surprise on Tuesday when Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney elected to keep the benchmark target for the overnight rate unchanged at 1%, a level held since September 2010.

* Consumer prices rose 1.9% between March 2011 and March 2012, following a 2.6% increase in February;attributable largely to slower year-over-year increases in prices for food and energy. Food prices rose 2.2% in the 12 months to March, following a 4.1% increase in February. The cost of energy advanced 5.1% in the 12 months to March, after rising 7.2% in February. The year-over-year increase in gasoline prices eased to 6.6% in March, following an 8.9% rise in February.

Next week, the economic data front will slow with Wholesale Trade stats from February on Monday; Payroll and Employment info as well as Retail Trade updates on Tuesday.

U.S. Economic Data:

* A healthier job market and unseasonably warm weather helped boost retail sales in March to grow by 0.8% after a 1 percent increase in February. American consumers spent more money on building materials, electronics, autos, clothing and furniture. Stripping out volatile sectors, including home supplies and autos, “core” sales equaled February`s gains by registering 0.5% growth.

* The Conference Board`s index of U.S. leading indicators – a gauge of the outlook for the next three to six months – rose for a sixth month in March, indicating the economy will maintain its mild expansion. Following a stellar 0.7% climb in February, the index rose 0.3 percent in March, topping economists` predictions of a rise of 0.2%. Seven of the 10 indicators in the leading index contributed to the increase, led by interest rate spreads, building permits and stock prices.

* The Empire State Manufacturing Survey`s headline index fell significantly in April, though it still indicated a modest increase in activity. The general business conditions index dropped fourteen points to 6.6, suggesting that while growth continued, the pace slowed over the month. The new orders index was little changed at 6.5, indicating a modest increase in orders, and the shipments index fell twelve points to 6.4, indicating a slower pace of growth for shipments.

* Falling in line with the Empire State Man. Survey, the Philadelphia Fed Survey also showed that manufacturing in the Philly region cooled in April with a drop to 8.5 from 12.5 in March. Economists had expected a tepid fall to 12. Readings greater than zero signal expansion in the area covering eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware.

* Starts on single-family properties slid in March, paced by a dive in construction on apartments. Multi-unit starts dropped to 178,000 during the month, a nearly 20% slide from February`s 222,000. The bright side is that overall groundbreakings are up by more than 10 percent from March 2011 levels.

* In more things housing, existing home sales slipped in March, according to the National Association of Realtors. Total existing-home sales, which are completed transactions that include single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, declined 2.6% from February to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.48 million in March. Even with the drop, there are still strong indications that the housing market continues to recover with the March reading registering 5.2% above the 4.26 million-unit pace in March 2011. On a year over year basis, existing home sales have increased for nine straight months.

* While new building activity slipped to a five-month low in March, optimism for the housing market remains strong as building permit requests for future residential projects reached 42-month highs.

Permit requests during the month for construction on single-family homes and apartments leapt ahead by 4.5% as compared to February to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 747,000. This puts permits ahead of March 2011 levels by a strong 30.1%. Building in the West is pacing the gains with a 23% jump over February`s permits and a 44%increase over last March.

* Industrial production output was flat for the second straight month in March, according to the Federal Reserve. Economists were targeting a 0.2% rise. Manufacturing plays a key role in the economic recovery, but has slowed so far in 2012, lending support to a general slowdown in the overall recovery since the recession. Year over year, industrial production is still ahead by 3.8%.

* After a run at the beginning of 2012 that boosted optimism about substantial hiring, recent statistics about jobless claims are indicating that hiring is once again slowing. The Labor Department said that weekly applications dipped last week by 2,000 to a seasonally adjusted 386,000, but that decrease only happened because the prior week`s numbers were upwardly revised to show 8,000 more people applied for benefits than first estimated. The four-week average, a less volatile measure, rose in the week ended April 14th by 5,500, to 374,750, the highest level in three months.

Next week, data in the States will bring New Home Sales on Tuesday; Durable Goods Orders stats on Wednesday; and Jobless Claims on Thursday.

Penny Stocks to Watch & Company Spotlight Results:

Among the stocks we watched this week, Mining owner Rambler Metals and Mining plc (TSX-Venture:RAB) basically traded sideways, hitting an intraweek high of 61 cents before closing the week at 60 cents, the same place it closed the prior Friday. The other stock we had on radar, junior oil and gas explorer Novus Energy Inc. (TSX-Venture:NVS) gapped upward on Monday to its intraweek high of $0.99 before slinking lower to close the week at $0.93, for a loss of a nickel per share, or 5.1%.

In the States, consumer goods company Primo Water Corp. (Nasdaq:PRMW) came out on Monday to an intraweek high of $1.86 before fading to close at $1.61, for a loss of 15.5 cents, or 8.78%. The other U.S.

stock on our watchlist, biotech Alexza Pharmaceuticals Inc.

(Nasdaq:ALXA) see-sawed back and forth before closing the week at $0.621, for a mild loss of a penny, or 1.58%, with and intraweek high of $0.647.

If you`d invested in all four stocks and held them to the end, you`d have seen an average loss of 3.87%. However, if you`d bought all four at the beginning of the week and sold each at its peak, you`d have realized gains of 2.65%.

Looking at our company spotlights for a moment, we did want to shed some light on a recent article that was prepared for BeesFree Inc.

(OTCBB:BEES), a company we have been following over the last month.

The stock has been in a tight trading range all month between $2.20 and $2.40 a share. This sideways trading develops a strong trading base and $2.20 looks like a strong support level at this time. Any increase in volume could make this stock break through its trading range and head into a strong rally mode, so investors should keep their eyes peeled on BEES over the following days and weeks. Below is an excerpt of the article prepared for BEES, to read the rest of the article, click on the link below.

“Over the last 13 years, we have written on and covered thousands of companies that possess important technologies. Some have helped revolutionize industries and others in the medical space have helped save lives. As relevant as many of those companies’ offerings were, the technology of BeesFree, Inc. (OTCBB:BEES) just may be one of the most critical to life on Earth that we have ever focused upon. Bees are a crucial component of our environment and, while many people may only think of them as the little stingers that can be a nuisance, they literally breathe life into the global ecosystem. Their pollinating efforts are the foundation of the vast majority of the agriculture industry and responsible for $15 billion in added crop value, particularly for specialty crops such as almonds and other nuts, berries, fruits, and vegetables. Unfortunately, their existence and all that depends upon it, is in jeopardy as a result of an unexplained phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder, or CCD.

No one can exactly pin-down the reason why very socially-oriented adult bees are disappearing from the hive;leaving behind the queen and immature brood with no one to tend to them and simply vanishing. CCD has been running rampant for nearly six years now with reports from several continents, including North America, registering losses in bee colonies that tally between 30 and 90 percent. Regarded as “a most important” species on the planet, something has got to be done to put an end to CCD, a disorder more threatening to mankind than the most serious forms of cancer and heart diseases combined.” To read the full article, click here: (

Next week, we focus on 01 Communique Laboratory Inc. (TSX:ONE) and Eagle Plains Resources Ltd. (TSX-Venture:EPL). In the States, look for big things from Fleacher & Company Inc. (NASDAQ:GLCH) and Cytokinetics Inc. (NASDAQ:CYTK).

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