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Breakthrou​gh Technology could send VSUL shares up 570 percent.

Visualant Inc. (VSUL) Looks Ready To Run As High As 570% As It Taps Into The $20 Billion High-Tech Border Security And Defense Sector.
A brilliant young company has cracked the code and solved a big problem that has nagged the police and the military for years.
Because of this breakthrough, the company has emerged as the potential leader in the high-tech fight against illegal aliens, Asian counterfeiters, South American drug gangs and organized crime.
Visualant, Inc.


文見亂 - 2011年04月07日 06:10

How To Send Illegal Immigrants Home

The most important problem facing the United States today is border security and the influx of a huge population of illegal immigrants.
Now, let's be frank. The illegal alien problem is not really about their jobs... few Americans would want these terrible, low-paying jobs to begin with.
No, the problem with the illegal population is the services they use and don't pay for... schools, hospitals, uninsured drivers, the court system, jails and prisons.
In fact, the cost is staggering.
Nearly 13 million illegal immigrants cost the U.S. a whopping $113 billion a year - an average of $1,117 for every "native-headed" household in America - according to a study conducted by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).
In Texas, the additional cost of immigration, $16.4 billion, is equal to the state's current budget deficit; in California the cost of illegal immigration, $21.8 billion, is $8 billion more than the state's current budget deficit of $13.8 billion; and in New York, the $6.8 billion deficit is roughly two-thirds the $9.5 billion yearly cost of its illegal population. Source: FAIR

文見亂 - 2011年04月07日 06:12


Visualant has signed a letter of intent to acquire Eagle Technologies USA of Brea, California.
This is a big deal.
Eagle, founded by card industry leaders Greg and Ryan Hawkins and Jeff Fulmer in 2008 has rapidly emerged as the premier provider of blank PVC and polyester composite cards to the identification market.
The deal for Eagle would provide an immediate additional $1 million in annual revenue to Visualant.
Better still, Eagle's projects its revenue to grow by $3 to $4 million over the next two years as it increases the range and technical sophistication of its product line.
"Blank" cards is a misnomer - these cards sell at 40% margins because of the technology included like magnetic stripes, holograms etc.
I would call this a "tuck-in " transaction for the VSUL consolidation program.
This is how industry consolidation programs work: Eagle and its management team get the human and capital resources necessary to rapidly accelerate its growth - VSUL gets great people and accretive EPS that has significant growth upside.
Should the deal close – and I am convinced it will – Eagle's founders get shares of VSUL stock plus an additional 1million shares when Eagle products achieve $4 million in calendar year sales.
This might actually be a simple goal to reach, as Eagle CEO Greg Hawkins once grew sales for another blank PVC card company to $10M by building a sales team.
He left to be his own boss...now he is his own boss but with an opportunity for liquid equity in his business.
PVC cards are the staple of the identification card business. ID cards get renewed annually - it's the gift that keeps on giving. These blank cards also go the credit cards/reward cards/hotel key cards...if it's a plastic card it's made by Eagle.
Forty percent margins - quadrupling sales. These are the type of accretive, value building acquisitions you want to see with VSUL... and it delivered.

文見亂 - 2011年04月07日 06:14

VSUL's New Spectral Scanner
Spots Fake IDs In Seconds...
It's Like An Instant DNA Test For Documents

And, how does this illegal population manage to stay in the U.S.? How can it send its kids to schools, buy cars, rent apartments, get bank accounts... welfare and food stamps?
Fake ID's - counterfeit documents... from Green cards to passports to driver's licenses to Social Security cards... fake, fake, fake, fake, and fake again.
In fact, it is estimated that 50 percent of the world's fake identity documents are made in the U.S.A.
And, Visualant has a stunning new technology that could put a huge dent in the fake document business... Right now, it looks as if nothing can fool VSUL's spectral scanner... better still, it's easy to use and low cost, as you'll see.
This is why I am convinced VSUL could be 2011's TECH STOCK OF THE YEAR... with the potential for a minimum share-price jump of at least 570%.

文見亂 - 2011年04月07日 06:16

VSUL's Spectral Scanner Could Help
Put An End To Cold-Blooded,
Needless Deaths Caused By Counterfeit Drugs.

If you're like me, you may not get why people use illegal drugs, but you understand there are people who want to make a huge profit on drug users.
But unlike those drugs dealers, what we really don't understand is how someone - anyone - can coldly sell fake prescription drugs to people who need drugs to stay alive.
This is beyond vicious. Yet it happens every day.
In fact, a report from the Vatican says that at least 700,000 people each year die because they are taking counterfeit drugs.
Many of these drugs come directly from manufacturers who use outsourced foreign factories to make the drugs.

文見亂 - 2011年04月07日 06:16

The US-based Center for Medicine in the Public Interest estimated that the global sale of counterfeit drugs would reach $75 billion by the end of 2010, a 92 percent increase in five years.

The biggest example of that happened two years ago when a Chinese supplier used a fake ingredient in a widely used blood thinner called Heparin.
In fact, as much as 50 percent of each dose was said to be counterfeit, according to The New York Times.

文見亂 - 2011年04月07日 06:17

VSUL Has The Power To Stop Criminals Cold...
Better Still Its Breakthrough SPM Scanner
Could Lead You To A 570% Gain

The tragedy was worldwide.... yet this cold-blooded crime still happens every day...
Just look at this brief example of what the World Health Organization recently uncovered...
Counterfeit Drugs Sold Under Real Brand Names
Metakelfin (antimalarial) lacked sufficient active ingredient
Xenical (for fighting obesity) contained no active ingredients
Zyprexa (for treating bipolar disorder and schizophrenia) lacked sufficient active ingredient
Lipitor (for lowering cholesterol) lacked sufficient active ingredient
And, you already know why this happens. Serious profits... dirty profits... it's outrageous.
"In some cases producing counterfeit medicine can be ten times as profitable per kilogram as heroin," according to Science Daily.

文見亂 - 2011年04月07日 06:29

Visualant's SPM Technology Could Give Police,
TSA And Military People A Huge Advantage...
Finally, I want you to imagine the kind of huge edge Visualant's SPM technology gives American first responders...
Immigration officials will be able to search a database of passport photos of every U.S. citizen within seconds to confirm their identity.
The police and FBI will be able to confirm whether or not the driver's license is authentic or a fake... the same goes for multiple other forms of identity such as Government-issued identification documents, state identification cards, military identification, birth certificates, National ID Cards; virtually anything that includes a photograph and/or physical description of the holder.
A technology capable of identifying counterfeit currency without adding new layers of ink, watermarks, holograms, or other methods of security that sophisticated criminals always seem to beat.
A barcode you cannot see which contains far more information than current barcode technology can deliver. Consider a single, invisible small dot carrying pieces of coded identity information, located on a security pass, passport, or shipping container.
Then imagine...
A small device the size of a pen used to identify illicit substances.
A small handheld device that's used to make sure prescriptions drugs made in foreign countries are the real thing.

文見亂 - 2011年04月07日 06:34

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