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Microcap & Penny Stocks (QSTI)
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Emcee:  Simon Shah Type:  Unmoderated
Here's a "blue chip" penny stock: Questec Imaging (v.QSI). QSI is working with "the big boys" -- Teledyne and Silicon Graphics -- and yet is currently trading around 70c to $1.00.

-- Joint Venture with Teledyne (over $2 Billion/year revenues) to develop and market the Dynaview 5000, a next-generation LED screen -- the kind of huge screen you see in sports stadiums. The first prototype will be out in Dec/Jan, and first sales should be early next year. Potential revenue is, IMHO, very large. The D5000 is faster and cheaper and better, by wide margins, than the current generation of large-screen displays. Potential customers include not only sports stadiums, but shopping malls, Las Vegas, outdoor billboards, etc.

-- Collaboration with Silicon Graphics to do sports-related graphics on TV -- you know, reconstruction of how the 18th hole was played, showing ball speed, wind direction, etc. The sports currently covered include golf and baseball. They're talking with the NY Yankees. They covered the recent golf tournament in Vancouver. This odd little market niche provides increasingly high visibility to QSI as TV audiences see the QSI graphics and the QSI logo. It should also provide a few million dollars of revenue. Sales have already started, and should rapidly escalate.

They have a few other interesting sidelines, but the above are what caught my fancy.

I've personally spoken with their PR person, Michael Russo, at 516-243-1880. What really convinced me, though, was talking with the people at Teledyne. I spoke with the manager of the entire joint venture project, and also with the chief scientist. Both were very bullish and enthusiastic.

Other useful facts: 20 million shares outstanding, fully diluted, after a private placement that is currently in the works. (Right now, they have, I think, around 15M shares outstanding, pre-PP). Current share price: around $0.70. Shares traded briefly at $2.40 a few months ago, in a brief speculative burst. They're currently listed on the Vancouver, but are moving to the American Stock Exchange in the next quarter, says Russo.

As the Teledyne and Silicon Graphics ventures start generating substantial revenues, this stock should soar. So I'm accumulating at these levels, before news hits the Street. Of course, please do your
own research, or at least, call the company and ask for an investor packet.

You can trade QSI on the Vancouver exchange, symbol QSI, or on the OTC, symbol QSTIF (on the "pink sheets"). Most of the shares are held by company insiders or friends, at least, according to Michael Russo. Currently the trading in this stock is very light - a few thousand a day.
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2393I am contacting other Interactive TV Sports companies such as Open TV and LibertBruce Cullen-9/6/2004
2392Actual text - Newsweek 9-30-02 Umps Looking For Cover The new QuesTeBruce Cullen-9/29/2002
2391Had a long conversation today with those in the know. I promise I will write aBruce Cullen-5/17/2002
2390Key point "A lot of guys are afraid to make the leap simply because this Bruce Cullen-4/17/2002
2389<font color=blue>All baseball all the time..... links..... inside.... <Bruce Cullen-4/14/2002
2388<font color=green>**QSTI and Defense updates** - S.C.G. Writeup From whaBruce Cullen-3/8/2002
2387Folks sports entertainment is something that will not go away. When the economy Bruce Cullen-2/8/2002
2386Questec Update - UIS Hiring also MLB Association II As mentioned earlier (beloBruce Cullen-2/6/2002
2385The following is excerpts which might (?) encourage you to hang in..... "CaBruce Cullen-1/3/2002
2384Enhanced Entertainment Content With the progress as of late in the iTV sector Bruce Cullen-12/11/2001
2383Since when is ZERO a profit???????? The Company has generated net income of $136Skywatcher-11/21/2001
2382A must see for Questec (Live Video by the Questec Head Technician and Founder EdBruce Cullen-11/9/2001
2381"Monday October 8, 12:52 pm Eastern Time Press Release SOURCE: QuesTec, Incwlcnyc-10/8/2001
2380Picked up a few shares today at 0.10; thanx for the tip.mtnres-10/5/2001
2379Cool!! The time may be near. I am still buying more at these prices.Jeff Robinson-9/9/2001
2378Questec News Fox and Questec hit it off! (No pun intended) Please see this! foBruce Cullen-9/9/2001
2377Just a reminder - This is a great place for side info and gatheBruce Cullen-7/21/2001
2376Just a note Trust me when I say this, I get frustrated, QSTI frustrates me to Bruce Cullen-6/8/2001
2375Actually I am busy watching, all is ok from what I see, Look at times I want to Bruce Cullen-5/17/2001
237410QSB "May 14, 2001 <b>QUESTEC COM INC (QSTI.OB)</b> Quarterlwlcnyc-5/14/2001
2373More coverage in today's Daily News: "<b>A Better Strike Zone<wlcnyc-5/6/2001
2372<font color=green><b> The Battle for Digital Living Rooms </b>Bruce Cullen-4/30/2001
2371We need to be patient, the articles/press and demand will catch up soon IMO <Bruce Cullen-4/23/2001
2370Still watching here & on RB -RRoo-4/18/2001
2369Me too! Still holding .... but losing patience :-(Rajamani Ganesh-4/13/2001
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