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The Nanotech Juggernaut; An Awakening Giant.
While manufactured goods incorporating nanotechnology were valued at about $147B in 2007, this value is expected to grow to $3.1T by 2015.*
*Source; US Dept. of Energy
THE ONE STOCK TO WATCH IN 2013!
We are continuing coverage on our showcase 5-star pick - Nano Labs (CTLE).
A company we believe is a GIANT in the making!
Smart investors have been following Nano Labs - a new player in the nanotech field - as world renowned nanotechnologist, Dr. Victor Castano, came on board in early November (we told you so here through an exclusive when CTLE was in the $0.65-$0.70 range!).
Let’s look at the facts: Nano Labs is backed by a diversified store of more than 500 peer-reviewed papers, patents, and prototypes with ground-breaking applications covering major industrial and consumer markets.Right now, in the field of innovative nanotechnology, there is the prospect of $3.1T in global revenues - representing 15 per cent of all projected global manufacturing output - by 2015!
Ask yourself: With three patent announcement’s for innovative products already in place, what other exciting news is on near horizon for Nano Labs? In our opinion, CTLE is a strong stock backed by a treasure trove of Intellectual Property ready for commercialization. Our focus is on companies that we believe have the fundamentals and the potential to generate solid near-term and long-term gains for our readers. In our opinion, CTLE is here for the long run, but will deliver over the coming weeks and months.
News on the street right now is that as 2012 winds down, Nano Labs CTLE is almost certain to bring results in the New Year that far exceed the 50% growth the company has already seen as a microcap after just several short months in the market. As an aggressive young R&D player in nanotechnology, Nano Labs has an exciting future ahead!
Development of many readily testable and marketable nano product solutions are forecast to stimulate continuing growth, with a view to boosting shareholder value big time.
American Signal’s analysis of Nano Labs CTLE is that it has a dual challenge. The first is in keeping with its business goal to provide amazing new nanotechnology products that make industries stronger, and the world a better, more prosperous place. The second is that, like all public enterprises, the company must remain acutely aware of its responsibility to create value for our shareholders.
Through new products, smart marketing, and prospects for continuing strong growth, Nano Labs ought to be highly optimistic in its outlook. Over the past seven months since it was launched, the company has shown solid stewardship, a savvy business sense, and advanced technical know-how from a North America-wide team of scientists and business professionals.
New product and strategic business development activities are proceeding apace with the company’s announcement of the no less than three new product announcements in as many months over the last quarter of 2012.
Nano Labs has already unveiled to great fanfare a unique, thermal insulation paint, an industrial nano diamond film solution, and an incredibly resilient, non-toxic nail polish for consumer markets. Nano Labs CTLE maintains its aim is to move full speed ahead with commercialization.
We believe at American Signal that CTLE is just getting started and is a GREAT opportunity for many investors.
Meanwhile, we wish you good trading, and we hope that all our readers are making money!
- The Editorial Team - TheAmericanSignal.com
CTLE: Innovative Products Come to Life for Sound Fundamentals.
We believe CTLE continues to prove itself as the hot stock to "buy and hold", leaving the pump and dump crowd by the wayside as Nano Labs solidifies its nanotechnology R&D base to the strength of diamond hardness.
In Q4 2012 we saw three Nano Labs’ product initiatives come to fruition, including a nano diamond film for industrial use made from organic-based alcohol solutions such as – of all astonishing things - tequila. Also announced was the company’s ground-breaking nano thermal insulation paint coating for residential and commercial construction, as well as a variety of other industrial applications. Thirdly, the company introduced an amazing, non-toxic, super strong nail polish for a consumer market demanding better, more eco-friendly cosmetics.
The new advances – and huge prospects for growth – are all thanks to Nano Labs CTLE’s advanced nanotechnology formulations, which come about from the modification of substances at molecular and atomic scales. At these levels, new properties and synergies result from hybrid materials whose combined strengths far outstrip each part of a chemical equation.
It’s a science model that aptly reflects Nano Labs CTLE’s business model, since the company’s huge library of nanotechnology I.P. products and prototypes are already coming together to create what this editorial board thinks could be a monster stock for 2013.
The time to consider CTLE is now! Nano Lab’s sound fundamentals bolster out belief that returns of 5 to 10 times are possible with CTLE. We believe - and we hope you do too - that CTLE has incredible potential for investors. CTLE is currently trading at under $1.00 and we don't expect to see it there for long.
CTLE stock is heating up for 2013. Could explode at temperatures exceeding 2,700 degrees Fahrenheit.
Actually it’s 2,732 degrees F. (1500 C.) to be exact. That’s the heat level a thin layer of Nano Labs CTLE’s innovative nanotechnology paint coating can resist, giving it the potential to become the new standard in commercial and industrial paint worldwide, with unprecedented fire safety and thermal insulation properties that can be colorfully formulated for both residential and commercial use, as well as a myriad of heavy duty industrial applications.
That ought to brighten any smart investor’s outlook about CTLE, since with advanced products of this nature now out of the gate at Nano Labs, the stock is shaping up as the hot prize pick in the form of an under-the-radar microcap that promises to soar in 2013 to surprising heights, adding fuel to the nanotechnology revolution that’s now underway.
Consider the attraction of the new paint’s insulation properties, which have been thoroughly tested, with the potential to create savings in air-conditioning costs when the product is applied as an exterior coating to roofs and walls. As a ‘radiant barrier’, the nano paint has properties that change the rate of heat transfer by absorbing the solar radiation otherwise taken in by material beneath painted surfaces. As a result, air-conditioning costs in homes and commercial spaces could be reduced by as much as 40%. This energy saving feature, along with the paint’s superior ability to protect against fire, make for a product that is one hot property.
Market potential shows the nano paint has come onto being at a very opportune time. Global growth for thermal insulation technology is predicted to grow in healthy fashion, driven by international industry and governments sharpening efforts to foster and promote energy savings and safety in spheres crossing all borders, industry, and society.
The new nano paint’s strength as an insulator and a shield - covering a whole list of plights and abuses – could have widespread ramifications for commercial and industrial properties everywhere in hot and humid environments. The paint protects against overheating, corrosion, microbial growth, toxic substances, acid rain, rust, water, and oxidization, as well as ultraviolet rays harmful to structural materials over time. It may be directly applied to virtually any surface, from wood and metal, to bricks and cement, often without the need to remove existing coatings. It neither emits nor retains odors. And it is affordable.
Overall, the product's attributes potentially bode well for a world in which insulation demand is forecast to increase at 5% annually in the years ahead. The market primarily will be driven by factors such as surging energy prices and the need to curtail cooling and heating costs through greater insulation efficiencies, increased plant refurbishments, and growing opportunities from niche markets. The construction industry demonstrates the clearest trend toward adoption of new technologies.
In terms of manufacturing, the new nano coating offers attractive features. Nano Labs’ process for development is conducted largely in on-site conditions using simple and inexpensive equipment, and Nano Labs Corp. has the flexibility of using a variety of application methods to make it easier to integrate the coating into manufacturing processes. Inputs, also, are economical.
All told, benefits of the nano paint product to the world marketplace are clear: energy conservation leading to significant cost savings and a healthier environment; affordability; ease of application; and safety in relation to human health and hazards involving extreme temperatures. By every indication, Nano Labs CTLE holds immense global promise through next generation products such as its nano paint.
Turning tequila into diamonds - and a microcap into what could be a dazzling investment.
Amazing this business of nanotechnology, where brilliant scientists at Nano Labs CTLE are now creating innovative products and materials at molecular and atomic scales millions of times smaller than the words you are now reading. Among these advanced materials are new diamond films for industry made from organic alcohol solutions that include tequila.
Yes, you read that correctly, tequila. The sobering news here is, no smart investor can possibly overlook the promising potential of Nano Labs CTLE, which has now officially announced approval of the its nano diamond patent and is moving quickly to market test and commercialize the next-generation product – one of hundreds awaiting development in the company’s diversified I.P library.
Nano Labs' proprietary nanotechnology will utilize tequila as an original precursor for the development of micro crystalline diamond thin films, a process offering an excellent alternative to producing industrial-scale diamond thin films for practical applications at a very low cost.
According to the World Diamond Council, an estimated US$13 billion worth of rough diamonds are produced per year. Industrial diamonds - which comprise about 70% of diamonds - are sold for industrial applications including stone cutting, drilling, grinding, and polishing in industrial applications.
Meanwhile, as a very low cost alternative to current synthetic materials used in traditional industrial applications, diamonds are being explored for use as semiconductors suitable for building microchips and other applications in electronics.
In 2011, total U.S. domestic production of industrial diamond was estimated to be 98.2 million carats, and the U.S. was one of the world’s leading markets.
The United States is likely to continue to be one of the world’s leading markets for industrial diamond into the next decade and likely will remain a significant producer and exporter of synthetic industrial diamond as well.
Owing to continued recovery from impacts of the economic recession on U.S. manufacturing sectors that utilize industrial diamond, U.S. imports in 2011 increased an estimated 37% compared with those of 2010. U.S. demand for industrial diamond is likely to continue in the construction sector as the United States continues building, milling, and repairing the nation’s highway system.
"This innovative technology will allow Nano Labs to pursue several key licensing agreements in different sectors of today's marketplace," said Mr. Bernardo Camacho Chavarria, President of Nano Labs. "Our strategy makes investing in Nano Labs a diversified investment with the ability to generate revenues from different market sectors."
Nano Labs Addresses Trend for Greener Consumer Products With Innovative Nail Polish.
The news from Nano Labs CTLE in Q4 came in no uncertain terms. Here’s a new nail polish that is non-toxic, eco-friendly, and twice as durable as conventional offerings. Not to mention, it’s an innovative product that’s answering real consumer demands, especially among women, for greener, safer, better products in cosmetics.
"We've brought new thinking to a whole new product," said Dr. Victor Castano, CEO of Innovation at Nano Labs. "The nano lacquer -- or nail polish -- is a nanohybrid compound, which is a rather new concept. In the past, bringing different chemical mixtures together could be problematic. But thanks to nanotechnology -- where we change the properties of matter at molecular and atomic scales -- new product possibilities abound."
Nano Labs promotes the nail polish as twice as durable conventional products. It dries to a very hard state, and resists shock, cracking, scratching, and chipping. It offers superior ease of application, quick drying film formation, and high coverage and adhesion, with bright, vivid colours and high gloss. It also offers the flexibility of a wide spectrum of colour - introduced at the nano level - with pigments including gold, silver, titanium, and other metals and oxides with a wide range of tones.
Its elasticity allows for easy and effective application to nail curves without cracking. Nano Labs has also removed toxic solvents from the nail polish equation thanks to material that quickly evaporates, with no toxicity.
Nail polish sales are up 70% - and at American Signal we’re reminded of what is called The Lipstick Effect, otherwise known as a time during recessionary cycles when beauty products become especially attractive to consumers and sales go way up. If beauty product sales are any indication, right now everyone’s looking for a pick-me-up. In fact, sales in practically every beauty product category are on the upswing.
As American Signal continues to eyeball CTLE’s growing promise, we are also completing our research of the cosmetic industry and will report on our findings shortly.
Meanwhile, we believe there has never been a better time to consider nano technology solutions than RIGHT NOW! Smart investors are starting to take notice of this new player in the nanotech field.
CTLE, as all factors indicate, is a beautiful thing in itself, with horizons for 2103 that only add to its allure.
Michael Dell, Chairman of Dell Computer Corporation, when asked what he would do today if he were to start another business from his university dorm.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is investing millions in a nanobiomedical technology that promises to make vaccine delivery by needles unnecessary, and that will further efforts for a healthier world.
Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon.com, when asked what growth business he would start from scratch today?
More Reasons Why Blue-Chip Inverstors in the U.S. Should be Fired up About Nanotech Stock.▶ read more
Comparisons Show Why CTLE Could Bring Returns of 500% to 1000% in the Mid Term.▶ read more
The Brilliant R&D Chief at Nano Labs Corp. Turns Tequila into Diamonds. Soberly, of Course.▶ read more + video
Nano Labs Corp. Leading the Charge.
America Rising, a Nation on The Brink of a New Industrial Revolution.
An economic sea change is underway in America right now. It’s based not on the
outward-looking thinking of the country’s industrial past, but on a new, inward
perspective driven by the kind of entrepreneurship and scientific innovation now
at work in the amazing new field of nanotechnology, an industry whose recent and
projected growth rates are simply breathtaking.
Indeed, as the above chart dramatically
shows, by 2014 nanotechnology will
boast $2.6 trillion in global revenues,
representing 15 per cent of all projected
worldwide manufacturing output.
Just consider that in 2004, total global
revenues in the field stood at $13 billion.
Within this expanding framework,
emerging R&D players such as Nano
Labs Corp. (OTCQB: CTLE) are leading
the way to industrial growth and
investment opportunities holding untold
promise for a new American industrial revolution. It’s no idle claim.
We’re talking about a revolution promising advancements that not only impact
virtually every industrial product and process, but the lives and goods of everyday
consumers. Changes may far exceed that of the first industrial transformation,
which began more than 200 years ago. But instead of steam engines, oil wells, and
automobiles, this revolution involves innovative technologies and the manipulation of
matter and molecules at scales millions of times smaller than the words you are now reading.
Industrially speaking, perhaps we ought to explore a little further the
inward-bound versus outward-bound perspectives we’ve mentioned.
The recent presidential debates tell a story about a nation has been looking
outward for some time and licking its wounds. From U.S. manufacturing
moving offshore and the financial tumult of 2008, to a $16 trillion deficit,
joblessness, and the rise of China as an industrial titan, America appears to be
fast slipping as the world’s economic superpower.
Yet within the framework of debate issues, another story is taking shape - a story
about a country that is looking inward to its strengths in more ways than one. Truth is,
Republicans and Democrats agree that America has not lost its mojo as a can-do nation
of innovators, individuals and enterprises with the ability to pull together and cross
aisles to overcome adversity and achieve great things.
So it is with inwardly-driven developments in nanotechnology.
For all the evidence of a system of government that is “broken,” there is equal evidence
of an America that is set to lead a new global industrial revolution, with Nano Labs
being a prime example of how U.S. leadership will be sustained.
Editorial Board Forecast: 500%+ For CTLE
If time is money, then the clock is ticking to invest in savvy, diversified nanotech R&D players with a big store of innovative products that are ready for market. We believe Nano Labs Corp. (OTCQB: CTLE) is among R&D players poised for a meteoric rise of possibly 500% to 1,000% in 3 to 6 months.
From the Watch List - Nano Labs Corp. (OTCBB:CTLE)
*Comparisons Show Why America’s Nano Labs Could Bring Returns of 500% to 1,000% in the Mid Term.
The fancy term these days for learning from the past is "pattern recognition." It’s uttered frequently by investors, business professionals, politicians and military strategists. They observe patterns of behavior in the world around them, and they remember that in the past similar patterns had certain consequences.
So it is that observers of nanotechnology are seeing signs now of patterns that happen to be extremely positive, particularly in relation to Nano Labs Corp. (OTCQB: CTLE). But before getting to that, let’s explore the bigger picture.
History tells us that government funding for science and technology contributes to patterns wherein new ventures materialize and some of them prosper. It so happens that in recent years public funds have been generously earmarked and increased for science and technology, particularly emerging technologies.
Looking back to the year 2,000, we see that the funding pump was primed and private enterprise rushed in, with the result that biotech boomed. For instance, investors pumped billions into genomics-related companies such as Celera Genomics (nyse: CRA), Incyte Genomics (nasdaq: INCY), Human Genome Sciences (nasdaq: HGSI), Affymetrix (nasdaq: AFFX) and CuraGen (nasdaq: CRGN). Stocks soon zoomed upwards, creating tens of billions of dollars in paper wealth.
Later in the decade we saw the pattern repeat through the likes of companies such as Veeco Instruments Inc.(nasdaq: VEECO), which offered stellar expertise and a broad range of innovative products including everything from photovoltaics, semiconductors, wireless components, microelectromechanical systems, and other next-generation devices.
*In 2009 Veeco stock stood at just over $4.90, but by 2011 it hit a high of $55, representing a 1,000% increase in 24 months. That the stock more recently slipped back to the $30 range is not welcome news, but it is hardly disquieting news given the overall gains. Through Veeco, it’s possible to draw positive parallels with Nano Labs.
At the same time that Nano Labs has brought together stellar scientific and expertise and a large and diverse portfolio of innovative products in nanotechnology, news has come from the U.S. government that for fiscal 2013 it is increasing funding for emerging technologies to more than $13 billion for key R&D departments and initiatives, highlighting in particular emerging technologies.
Thus, we see a pattern for success once more taking shape, with parallels at work right now in relation to Nano Labs. Is it therefore possible to forecast that growth by the company could match that of Veeco Instruments’ meteoric rise? Any observant soul would have to say yes, it’s very possible.
The Bonfire of Nanotechnologies
More Reasons Why Blue-Chip Investors in the U.S. Should Be Fired up About Nanotech Hot Stock CTLE.
Investment in nanotechnology is heating up. In fact, by all indications it will soon grow to the proportions of a huge bonfire, as analysis of some of the week’s news shows among media sources ranging from tech blogs to The Economist.
Blue chip investors ought to consider examples of where the smart money is going. In just the two areas of biomedical engineering and energy innovations we discover:
Reports that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is investing millions in a nanobiomedical company’s “nasal spray vaccine”, designed to promote global health by way of a new nanoemulsion delivery system that would render needles unnecessary.
Announcement of a North American alliance struck by Nano Labs Corp. (OTCQB: CTLE), which now encompasses leading-edge R&D and business/marketing facilities and resources in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
Reports from C&EN (Chemical and Engineering News) about an "onslaught of nanotech drugs coming down the pike" for FDA review.
More news concerning the blockbuster potential of research into the application of nanotech for consumer products – like Northwestern University’s development of a healing skin treatment lotion utilizing nanobio solutions.
Annoucement of big pharma Lilly Ventures’ multi-million dollar financing for the Cambridge-based nanopharmaceutical company Cerulian Pharma, which is exploring ways to limit the harmful side effects of drugs through nanoscale approaches to product delivery and efficacy.
Dispatches about Carnegie Mellon University’s launch in western Pennsylvania of a new complex for nanotechnology, energy innovations, and biomedical engineering.
And the list goes on.
Through Nanotechnology, the Brilliant R&D Chief at Nano Labs turns Tequila into Diamonds. Soberly, of Course.
Strange but true, as so many things are in a world where molecules are shaped and manipulated by nanotechnology. Dr. Castano helped lead a team of scientists and alchemists who performed alchemical magic after discovering that 80-proof tequila (40% alcohol) had the ideal proportion of ethanol to water to create diamond films.
In order to make the diamonds, the team evaporated the tequila into a vapor,and then heated the vapor above 1400 degrees fahrenheit before depositing it on silicon or stainless steel trays. The resulting diamond films were between 100 to 400 nm in diameter and free of impurities.
Hard and heat resistant, the diamond films may have several commercial applications, possibly serving as cutting tools and optical electronic devices.It’s just one sparkling example of the brains behind Nano Labs Corp.
CTLE's Penny Alchemy; Turning Copper to Gold.
The alchemy of nanotech is its potential to turn CTLE penny stock to gold - or we believe potential gains of at least 500% over the mid term. Nano Labs (CTLE) is ramped for commercialization of groundbreaking nanotech innovations and products. Being new and hovering under the radar of Wall Street, CTLE offers investors a golden opportunity.
Nanotechnology May Sound Futuristic, but for U.S. Industry and Investors, it’s About the Here and Now.
Nanotechnology is the art and science of creating unique products and materials from the manipulation of matter at scales millions of times smaller than, say, a human hair. In fact, , the words you are now reading. This science is expanding exponentially, and is already affecting industries and consumer goods in virtually every market category throughout the world.
Traders and investors had better get with the sea change and climb aboard ship now. The smart money is on young, R&D nanotech companies with fat product portfolios boasting real-world promise.
The thing is, if you think nanotech is just about innovations that will arrive in the market at some late future date, you may have your head in the silicon sand.
Science Fiction is now Science Fact
Materials 100 times stronger than steel but lighter than plastic; super-drugs that eradicate cancer cells without side effects and repair heart tissue noninvasively; self-assembling mini-bots that can reproduce any substance at the atomic level. Sound like science fiction? It’s not.
A Huge Shift from Technology Created at Very Small Scales
Although nanotechnology deals with the very small - a nanometer is 1/80,000th the diameter of a human hair - it is going to have a huge impact on life as we know it. From the food we eat and the clothes we wear - to the products we manufacture and the human body itself - everything is made of atoms. If we can manipulate the atom, then that changes the rules of the game on all levels.
The Disruption of Entire Industries
Nanotechnology may disrupt entire industries, and force worldwide businesses to change. However, smart investors will take advantage of the coming revolution, and look closely at solid, diversified young companies leading the R&D pack like Nano Labs Corp. (OTCQB: CTLE)
The Nanotech Juggernaut; An Awakening Giant.
While manufactured goods incorporating nanotechnology were valued at about $147B in 2007, this value is expected to grow to $3.1T by 2015.*
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