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INSEC Corporation (INSQ, OTC:BB) began trading 15 July after merging with Incode as announced the day before:
Lots of reasons why INSQ should move briskly upward with some probability of 5- or 10-bagger:
* The idea is simple. If beverage containers from fastfood restaurants and convenience stores all used the
same size of lid, they'd save money and free up shelf space for other5 purposes. See advantages in today's
PR from the company that designed OneLid (TM) and owns 70% of INSQ
* Great press release this morning from Greenshift, the company that designed OneLid and owns 70% of INSQ.
And here's INSQ's PR from this morning on manufacturing and selling OneLid:
Just remember there's more money to be made in producing the product than in having designed it.
* Finally, whatever the demand is, supply of shares is constrained by Greenshift holding a large position (presumably so that they'll benefit from sales as well as having designed OneLid.)
The above is how one guy sees it. Feel free to post your thoughts!
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