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There are only two businesses on the Internet that really make money: Gambling and Adult Entertainment. Q-Seven Systems is involved in both.
1. Q-Seven sells one of the most sophisticated User Management Systems available for Online Gambling - one of the most lucrative businesses on the Internet. According to Datamonitor of London, revenues for online gambling are expected to reach $10 Billion USD in 2002. Online gaming profits dwarf those of other Internet businesses.
2. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, X-Real Intertainment, Bahamas, Q-Seven also owns six of the hottest adult entertainment sites on the web. These sites cater to the German speaking market and have some of the best content on the Internet. The sites include: www.studentinnen.de; www.teensex.de; www.lovecam.de; www.erotikweb.de; and www.peepcam.de. Check out www.studentinnen.com and see for yourself. This is one of the highest quality sites on the net with one of the highest conversion rates in the business.
Adult Internet Sites currently exceed $1 Billion USD in yearly revenues with margins as high as 70%. Compared to the US, the European Internet market is in its infancy. The European market is where the American market was approximately 2 years ago - and Germany is the largest Internet market in Europe.
Just two weeks ago, Q-Seven Systems went public via a merger with a publicly traded company (Downstream Incorporated: DWNS) which then changed its name to Q-Seven Systems. The Company now trades on the OTC Bulletin Board. Its new trading symbol is: QSSY. Only recently becoming a publicly traded company, very few people are aware of Q-Seven Systems or what they do. However, we don't believe that will be the case for very long. Q-Seven plans to have its shares trading on the Frankfurt and Berlin Exchanges in the very near future - in addition to the OTC Bulletin Board in the US. Once this is accomplished, a large and notable Investor Relations Firm in Germany has agreed to begin an extensive public relations campaign to present the Company and its stock to the German speaking public. As you can see, that effort has already begun in the US and Canada with the help of Market DD and GTM Newsletter.
Only a few short months ago, you could have bought shares in Starnet International (SNMM), one Q-Seven Systems only competitors, for as little as $.375 cents a share. Very few people bought shares in the company at that time. However, within just a few short weeks after being listed on the Frankfurt Exchange, Starnet's stock was trading as high as $17 a share on heavy volume – and it isn't even a German Company.
Q-Seven Systems is involved in the two most lucrative businesses on the Internet and is just beginning to market their products and Company internationally. For these reasons, we believe Q-Seven Systems is presently a tremendous investment opportunity!
I've been long on this stock since before the name change. Its definitely poised to explode as soon as the word gets out! Right now, no one knows about it so its an awesome buy.
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