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September 18-17
Trickle Research initiates coverage of
Command Center, Inc.
12-24 Month Price Target $.80
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Falcon Strategic Research Initiates Coverage of
Pulse Evolution Corp

6-18 Month Price target Range $1.15 to $2.30

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September 14-17

Endurance Exploration Group, Inc (EXPL)

Endurance Exploration Group Reports

No damage to Survey and Recovery vessels and work on Pulaski
Project to begin shortly.

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August 28-17
Social Reality, Inc. (SRAX)

Trickle Research Note
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August 22-17
Social Reality, Inc. (SRAX)

Trickle Research Updates 

12-24 Month Price target $7.50 Click Here>>

August 18-17

Barfresh Food Group, Inc. (BRFH)

Trickle Research Q2 Earnings Update

12- 24 month Price Target: $1.60

July 20-17

Endurance Exploration Group, Inc (EXPL)

Announces Shipwreck Recovery to Commence
in August

June 19-17

ID Watchdog, Inc (IDWAF)

Trickle Research Buyout Update

New Jersey Mining

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On September 25, 2017 GVC Capital and Dave Lavigne at Trickle Research LLC will be hosting our inaugural Rocky Mountain Microcap Conference. The Conference will be held at Coors Field (home of the National League’s most exciting Major League Baseball team, the Colorado Rockies). The agenda will be limited to just 13 public microcap companies and we are limiting attendance to approximately 65-75 microcap investors.

To be considered for an invitation or for more information please contact:

Dave Lavigne
720-394- 1019
For details on the event: Click Here


Black Swan Newsletter

September 2017

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Our goal with the Black Swan Connection is to provide our subscribers, investors and financial professional compatriots outstanding investment insight that is a step above and outside of what will normally be found in mainstream financial press. To that end we have brought together seasoned, successful, and some of the brightest professionals in their respective fields to provide the articles and advice that is based on decades of practice in the field.

As some may recall, at the first of the year, Stock Market Manager hosted its first piece of research from my Company Trickle Research. That research covered a Denver, Colorado identity theft company called I.D. Watchdog, Inc. A few months ago, I.D Watchdog was acquired by the credit reporting giant, Equifax, Inc. (NYSE: EFX).  Of course, Equifax has been inauspiciously in the news lately because of a data breach that may have compromised 143 million customers.  Now, even the U.S Congress is involved because (aside from the obvious consumer protection issues) some of the Equifax executives were apparently selling stock in and around the time of the breach. 

What is perhaps most in question is the timing of when Equifax actually discovered the breach.  Apparently, hackers first gained access to Equifax data sometime in May but the Company claims it did not discover the breach until July 29th. Again, some seem to be questioning whether they actually knew about the breach sooner.  Frankly, I am not sure which is worse, getting hacked and not figuring it out for 30 to 60 days, or getting hacked and not telling anyone for 30 to 60 days?


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Weekly Update: September 8th

Latest Happenings

Last week we were sending our best wishes for the folks suffering through Harvey in Texas and now we are getting ready for the same treatment from Irma.

It is still too early to tell what the impact zone will be in Florida, but if as predicted Miami is a direct hit and then Irma tears up the center of Florida and on into Georgia and the Carolina’s with cat 4-5 winds, the damage from Harvey will pale in comparison. Having lived through some minor Hurricanes and saw first-hand the damage wreaked by Hugo that impression is still well imprinted even though it was almost 30 years ago. Hugo is maybe a close second by comparison. That Hurricane skirted Florida so the impact on the heavily populated southeast of Florida was minimal. I was in Puerto Rico and St. Thomas shortly after where they took a direct hit. It could only be described as apocalyptic. Power was out for months in some areas and St. Croix with a population of less than 

ad 90% of buildings damaged and over $1bn in damages in 1989 $. These images tell the tale. Click Here

From Wikipedia - Hurricane Hugo was a powerful Cape Verde-type hurricane that caused widespread damage and loss of life in the Leeward IslandsPuerto Rico, and the Southeast United States. It formed over the eastern Atlantic near the Cape Verde Islands on September 9, 1989. Hugo moved thousands of miles across the Atlantic, rapidly strengthening to briefly attain category 5 hurricane strength on its journey. It later crossed over Guadeloupe and St. Croix on September 17 and 18 as a category 4 hurricane. Weakening slightly more, it passed over Puerto Rico as a strong category 3 hurricane. Further weakening occurred several hours after re-emerging into the Atlantic, becoming downgraded to a category 2 hurricane. However, it re-strengthened into a category 4 hurricane before making landfall just slightly north of Charleston, on Sullivan's Island on September 21 with 140 mph sustained winds (gusts to more than 160 mph). It had devolved to a remnant low near Lake Erie by the next day. As of 2016, Hurricane Hugo is the most intense tropical cyclone to strike the East Coast north of Florida 

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