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Last updated 13 September 2019

The following contains important information and disclosures about and the stocks and other information presented on Please read it carefully in its entirety. is an independent website. and its affiliates, are collectively referred to herein as “”). is NOT affiliated in any way with Deutsche Boerse. is a stock market information and public company stock awareness portal which concentrates on promoting awareness among brokers, investors, and others in the investment community of companies, including but not limited to small and micro-cap companies which otherwise would have difficulty receiving coverage in the financial press. typically performs that service by profiling the companies on its websites, or by direct mailings to its database of subscribers, or by other means. is usually paid or otherwise compensated for profiling companies that are featured at or other websites owned by Such compensation may include cash and/or shares of stock in the featured company for public awareness and/or consulting services. Details about companies for which it has been paid a fee for promoting the stock are listed on this page, below.

When receives stock as compensation for investor relations, public awareness, or consulting services for a featured company,’s practice will be to sell all or part of any such shares it has been paid prior to, during and/or after the period in which is performing services for the featured company.’ selling of a company’s stock may have a negative effect on the market price of the stock.

All statements and expressions are the opinion of and are not meant to be a solicitation or recommendation to buy, sell, or hold any securities. is not a registered investment advisor or a broker dealer and is not regulated by any securities regulatory body.

While it is the goal of to feature equity investments in micro or small capitalization companies that have the potential for long-term appreciation, investing in the companies presented on are considered to be extremely high risk and any use of the information provided is at the investor’s sole risk. shall not be liable for any loss, damage, or expense of any kind resulting from the purchase of shares of a company profiled or featured on

The information that relies on is generally provided by the featured companies on their websites and in their public filings. In addition, may also include information obtained from outside sources and from interviews conducted by personnel. While believes all sources of the information presented on to be reliable, makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy of the information provided. Investors should not rely solely on the information contained in this website. Rather, investors should use the information contained herein as a starting point for doing additional independent research on the featured companies. Thinly-traded companies are usually the most risky investments that you can make, so you should always get as much information as you can from the company and other independent sources. Factual statements made on are made as of the then-current date and are subject to change without notice. Nothing presented on shall constitute a representation or warranty that there has been no change in the affairs of the company since the date the information was published on about the subject company. or’s affiliates, agents, and/or relatives thereof may have interests or positions in equity securities of the companies reviewed on its website(s), some or all of which may have been acquired prior to the dissemination of this report, and may increase or decrease these positions at any time by selling such shares into the market.

Investing in micro-cap and growth securities is highly speculative and carries an extremely high degree of risk. 100% of an investor’s investment may be lost or impaired due to the speculative nature of the companies profiled. The biggest difference between a micro-cap stock and other stocks is the amount of reliable, publicly available information about the company. In addition, micro-cap stocks like those that trade on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange Entry Standard segment have lower minimum listing standards than the General and Premium Standard segments. Many small or micro-cap companies are new and have no proven track record. Some of them have no assets or operations. Others have products or services that are still in development or have yet to be tested in the market. And because micro-cap stocks trade with little or no volume, any size of trade can have a large percentage impact on the price of the stock and liquidity is very limited.

We encourage our readers to invest carefully and read the investor information available at the websites of the relevant securities regulator of the Germany, in which the security trades. Start your research with the companies publicly available filings.

As of 13 September 2019, has not been paid by any company for promoting the company or its stock.

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