Money & Stocks Announces Abakan (ABKI) Stock Is Going To Soar
Industry: Money and Stocks
Publicly announcing that Abakan Corp (OCTCBB:ABKI) has successfully negotiated the rights to acquire a controlling interest in MesoCoat, Inc
United States (PRUnderground) May 5th, 2010
Publicly announcing that Abakan Corp (OCTCBB:ABKI) has successfully negotiated the rights to acquire a controlling interest in MesoCoat, Inc., a developer of patented and revolutionary nanotechnology materials, may seem like a risky move for Stuart Aberdeen, top stock researcher and editor for Money & Stocks financial newsletter ‘Market Movers’, but he is certain it is not. “I’m absolutely convinced that Abakan has what it takes to become one of the most lucrative companies in America,” says Aberdeen. “I’m getting in right now, and I suggest you do the same.”
Aberdeen, a seasoned stock analyst and investment pro, has a rarely matched record for identifying some of the most explosive profit producing small caps of the decade. “Since ABKI is already the undisputed and recognized technology leader, they are presenting a uniquely rare opportunity at this very moment,” Aberdeen says. ABKI is currently trading for $1.45 and Aberdeen is most certain that it will not stay below $7 for long. He is recommending the company stock in his special Market Movers edition as a strong buy.
MesoCoat is recognized among the world’s leaders in producing and assembling non-oxide nano-particles. The company is uniquely positioned to address the wear and corrosion problem in multiple, billion dollar markets. Big players in the government, such as NASA, Department of Energy, US Air Force and The Department of Defense, along with large corporate players such as BOEING, Exxon, TransCanada and Socotherm Americas, seem to agree; they all have relationships with Abakan as partners and customers, and are supporters of this new technology that is estimated to save $300 billion annually.
Mesocoat’s two cladding and coating solutions are CermaClad™, a breaththrough metal coating process that provides 80-100 year corrosion resistance for steel pipe, plate, sheet, and other structures, along with PComP™, a lighter, less expensive alternative to haxavalent chromium. Both technologies are causing quite a stir in numerous industries worldwide.
“Wear and corrosion cost an estimated $1.2 trillion annually worldwide in early replacement, lost production, poor performance and damage,” says Aberdeen. “Their suite of technologies offer the triple advantages of economic, performance, and environmental improvements over traditional wear and corrosion technologies. It’s an exciting time and I encourage everyone to get in on the action!”
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