Think Tesla is the Future of Renewable Energy? Not Quite…

February 16, 2017

Think Tesla is the Future of Renewable Energy? Not Quite…
Document Reveals Elon’s Dirty Secret and the Tiny, 15-Cent Stock Threatening to Make Tesla Obsolete.

Source is http://www.angelnexus.com/o/web/120587

A side note before you read the article, Quantum Materials Corp. holds the world wide production and distribution rights from Rice for  the patent referenced below. This you get for FREE too.

Dear Reader,

Over the last several years, “Elon Musk” has become a household name.

At a net worth of $12 billion, he might not be as wealthy as other tech visionaries out there like Mark Zuckerberg or Bill Gates, but he’s worshiped by a legion of fans at a level not seen since the passing of the late Steve Jobs.

Elon Musk’s fandom is so powerful, in fact, that some might even consider it cult-like. Fervent admirers proudly sport t-shirts reading “In Musk We Trust,” while his most serious devotees actually believe they’re living in a computer simulation simply because he says so.

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The Wall Street Journal recently poked fun at this idolization of Elon, sarcastically referring to him as “The Savior” and remarking that the public’s obsession with Tesla’s famed CEO has become, in a word, “overdone.”

But as I’m about to show you in a moment, even this could be a massive understatement…

Elon Musk’s supposed stranglehold over clean energy may be so overblown, in fact, that my team of researchers has recently uncovered a single set of documents that threatens Tesla as a company altogether.

As a matter of fact, these documents threaten to disrupt not just Tesla, but the entire renewable industry as a whole…

And while I know at first that may seem difficult to believe, I assure you, it’s not so far-fetched as it might sound.

So to prove it to you, I’m actually going to show you these documents in a moment. Once you see them, you can decide for yourself…

More importantly, though, I’m going to show you how it will be possible to profit from these documents for many years to come. I’m talking returns up to 4,600% if you take action today.

You see, these documents I’m about to reveal grant exclusive rights to incredibly powerful technology — a groundbreaking material — that stands to make Tesla, and companies like it, virtually obsolete.

But before you take a guess as to what that material is, let me just get this out of the way first: this has nothing to do with graphene, lithium, or any other rare earth you might be thinking of. In fact, I’m betting you’ve probably never heard of this material before.

More imperative, though, is that you’ve probably never heard of company that controls it. And that’s because this firm is tiny. I’m talking less than $0.15 a share at the time I’m writing this…

But over the next several years, the value of this firm could absolutely explode… as I mentioned earlier, upwards of 4,600%.

I have proof behind that number for any skeptics out there… but before we get to that, a bit of background first.

In Musk We Bust

The initial fervor over Elon Musk isn’t too difficult to understand. He’s been a wildly successful pioneer — from building the world’s first electric car company to landing reusable rockets back on earth from the depths of outer space… It’s difficult to deny the technical achievements of a man who NASA trusts with a $1.6 billion space contract.

But while the technical accomplishments of Elon Musk have raised hopes of a brighter, more sustainable future for some, sentiment is quietly growing within Wall Street that investors won’t turn out so lucky.

In fact, a growing number of analysts are beginning to paint Musk not as a savior but — and I quote — as a “villain” and a “crook.” As Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas now boldly claims: “Tesla simply sucks, as a product riddled with defects, and as a company riddled with corruption.”

While Elon’s legion of fans will likely turn their heads at those claims, Jonas does have a point…

Consumer Reports, which once rated Tesla’s Model S with a perfect 103/100 score, no longer recommends the vehicle after discovering “chronic reliability problems”

Edmunds, which ran a 17,000-mile test on the Model S, said that “numerous problems… make it hard to recommend.”

But vehicle reliability is just one of the many growing concerns for Tesla and its shareholders. As Fortune reports, for every Model S sold, the carmaker loses as much as $4,000, and that’s after American citizens shell out $7,500 in tax credits for every vehicle.

Despite a fiduciary duty to Tesla’s shareholders, Elon Musk has shown little regard for stopping Tesla’s hemorrhaging of cash. In 2016, he made one of the most widely criticized deals in stock market history, agreeing to acquire SolarCity, which was drowning in $2.6 billion of debt and burning ~$400 million a year.

While Elon called the deal a “no-brainer,” prominent analysts such as Jim Cramer argued that the acquisition was an act of desperation to save SolarCity — a company that Elon Musk conveniently held a 22% stake in…

Jim Chanos of Kynikos Associates has blasted the deal too, describing it as a “brazen bailout” and “shameful example of corporate governance at its worst.”

“The problem with SolarCity is they’re losing money on every installation and making it up on volume,” Chanos explained. “SolarCity is burning an awful lot of cash, hundreds of millions of dollars every quarter…”

Even the Wall Street Journal reported that the SolarCity acquisition “[defied] common sense,” while Reuters referred to the aftermath as “carnage.”

In defense of the deal, Musk argued that these critics simply weren’t seeing the bigger picture — they weren’t looking at things long term. But as Steve Tobak from Fox Business argues:

“Musk is simply doing what he’s done countless times before: selling investors a bill of goods. To be more specific, presenting some wild, overblown vision of the future so a little bad news in the near-term seems small by comparison. Even his detractors will admit that he excels at that like nobody else.”

Devonshire Research even issued a scathing report comparing Tesla’s financing model to a “common Ponzi, Pyramid and Matrix scheme,” jointly arguing that the company “needs to prepare for the possibility of a future-earning death spiral.”

The investment firm goes so far as to compare Tesla’s accounting practices to those of WorldCom and Enron and suggests that the company’s business model is even less sustainable than televangelism.

Its final conclusion?

“Tesla is built on loss-tolerant public money, but this will not be a solution in perpetuity. Eventually, Tesla will need to stand on its own or accept a role as a government-sponsored public good provider.”

And it should be of no reassurance to Tesla shareholders that the SEC began investigating Tesla for possible securities law breach in mid-2016.

Needless to say, this could be absolutely terrible news for Tesla and its shareholders…

It’s no wonder popular news site The Street has unapologetically called Tesla “The Worst Stock in the World.”

The One Document That Could Destroy Tesla…
Is Controlled by This Tiny Company

But while so many well-known financial pundits and investment bankers already recognize that Tesla is a troubled company, burning cash at unprecedented rates, virtually none have caught on to the tiny, $0.15 company that could deliver Tesla its final blow.

You see, as I mentioned above, my team of researchers has recently uncovered a set of patents that expose a major chink in Tesla’s armor: a groundbreaking technology that could simply blow Elon Musk, and frankly the entire solar industry, out of the water.

Let me explain…

Dating as far back as the 1950s, solar cells have relied almost entirely on a single material to capture energy from the sun. For decades, the chemical element known as silicon has been the most prized resource of renewable energy companies.

During its prime, silicon made early investors an absolute fortune. Silicon manufacturer SunEdison, for instance, provided investors with an astonishing 4,630% gain in just five years’ time. That’s enough to turn a simple $10,000 investment into nearly half a million.

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But as Eli Yablonovitch, who first began working on photovoltaic cells at Exxon back in 1979, explains, silicon is quickly becoming an “outdated technology.” After decades of stagnancy, companies like SunEdison have toppled, while firms like SolarCity are running into a brick wall.

That’s because silicon is not only widely abundant but also has a fatal flaw when it comes to solar energy production — something you won’t hear someone like Elon Musk talk about too often…

You see, single-layer silicon panels are extremely limited in how much energy they can capture from the sun. They’re actually capped at a maximum efficiency limit of just 29%, meaning the vast majority of available solar energy gets lost when using them.

This means that no matter what the engineers at Tesla or anywhere else ever do, single-layer silicon panels will always fail to capture at least 70% of available solar energy. Those are simply the laws of physics. It’s the best they can do.

Even today’s most efficient triple-layered silicon cells still lose at least 56% of available solar energy… and that’s only under perfect conditions and in special labs. In practice, the silicon cells that a company like SolarCity uses today lose an astonishing 78% of available energy.

And if you think about that for a moment, it’s actually quite troubling for today’s solar companies. Imagine how that kind of inefficiency would affect any other business model. Imagine if Exxon, for instance, had to dump out two-thirds of every barrel of oil… or if two of every three iPhones produced never made it out of the factory.

This solar efficiency problem is very real for Tesla now that SolarCity is under its wing, and it’s one of the reasons so many other solar companies are still bleeding cash, even with years of government subsidies at their side.

But in less than a decade, these embarrassing days for solar could be gone for good. After over half a century of the industry relying on silicon, one company is stirring the pot with a little-known technology that’s poised to disrupt the solar industry… and perhaps the entire energy industry altogether…

You see, this company’s patent portfolio gives it exclusive rights to the mass production of a material that more than doubles the efficiency limits of silicon. A single layer of this material has an efficiency limit of 66%. Again, that’s compared to just 29% for today’s panels.

Even better, this material is so efficient at capturing light energy that it works both day and night, capturing energy from the sun’s rays bouncing off the moon, and even from street lamps lining the streets.

This material is so powerful, so groundbreaking, in fact, that it actually converts energy from light you and I can’t even see, from the ultraviolet and infrared spectrums.

It’s no wonder Forbes recently speculated that this material could be “the holy grail” of solar…

But before I tell you more about that technology and the name of the company behind it, I’d like to briefly explain who I am and why I’m reaching out to you today.

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For those of you who don’t know me already, my name is Jason Stutman.

Over the last several years, I’ve become a well-known financial pundit in the world of technology, building an audience of over half a million prospective investors — retail and institutional alike.

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Get-rich schemes are exactly that: schemes.

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Frankly, I could go on much longer about my qualifications and my record. I could continue on with a long list of impressive returns and accurate calls I’ve made, but I’m not trying to bore or brag to you today.

A moment ago I told you about a groundbreaking technology poised to disrupt the solar industry…

A material that more than doubles the efficiency limit of silicon…

The patents behind it all…

And the company with exclusive rights to its production.

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Nano-Dots: A “Miracle of Modern Science”

So without further ado, here’s that document I told you about at the beginning of this presentation… the one that stands to earn early investors a substantial return on their investment… by my calculations, up to 4,600%.

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What you’re looking at here is a patent filing that explains the process of creating a recently discovered nanoparticle — one capable of capturing and transforming light energy in ways that, just a few years ago, were considered unimaginable.

The patent you’re looking at right now describes this material as “uniform nanoparticle shapes,” but for simplicity, I like to call them nano-dots.

Already, these nano-dots are so valuable that they sell for as much as $2,000 a gram. That’s nearly 30 times more expensive than the price of gold… and considering what they can do, it’s no wonder.

Remember, nano-dots more than double the efficiency limit of today’s solar panels, from 29% to 66%.

Putting it a bit more simply, they make the last half-century of solar innovation look like child’s play by comparison.

The patent you’re looking at right now, though, is just one of many that allows the tiny, $0.15 firm I’ve been telling you about to produce these nano-dots at unprecedented rates.

All told, this company can already produce them at least at twice the capacity of any other known competing process, and with unmatched precision.

Simply put, these patents allow our company to take this technology out of the lab and into the real world. And I believe they could position it as one of the most undervalued firms on the entire market.

These patents are why Frost and Sullivan recently awarded this tiny company its annual “North American Enabling Technology Award.”

And why the firm is rated higher than any other manufacturer in its class in the categories of manufacturing cost, mass-production capability, and potential for market acceptance.

As the firm’s CEO explains:

“It will be very difficult for competitors to produce materials in volume similar to ours without breaching our patents.”

Point blank, this company is legally protected, giving it exclusive access to what could be one of the most important discoveries of modern times. Not even a man like Elon Musk can do anything about it.

But while Elon Musk and SolarCity will be forced to sit on the sidelines, investors like you have the rare opportunity to hop on board.

For as little as $0.15 a share, you can take an early stake in this company, before Wall Street and the institutional banks comes rushing in.

I’m going to tell you exactly how to do that in just a moment. I’ve put everything you need to know in an exclusive report entitled “Nano-Dots, Mega-Profits: Banking Up to 4,600% from Tesla’s Demise.”

Before we get to that, though, there’s something else you really need to know about these nano-dots…

You see, while nano-dots hold enormous promise to disrupt the solar energy industry and make companies like SolarCity obsolete, that’s not the end of the story.

These nano-dots have been praised as the holy grail not just of solar, but of the consumer electronics industry as a whole.

As Roam Consulting suggests, nano-dots are a “miracle of modern science.”

That’s because nano-dots threaten to replace silicon in not just solar, but in tomorrow’s electronic devices and other applications as well.

According to media outlet Science Alert, nano-dots “could change everything about how we transmit and process information in the decades to come.”

You see, these nano-dots actually serve as tiny semiconductor crystals. They’re so small, in fact, that their properties are governed by the laws of quantum mechanics.

Most importantly, the exact size, energy levels, and emission wavelengths of nano-dots can be precisely controlled, allowing them to capture and transform energy at virtually all ends of the light spectrum.

And thanks to these incredibly unique physical properties, unmatched by any other material in the world, nano-dots are already promising to secure their place in the future of:

  • Solar cells
  • Transistors
  • Biosensors
  • LED displays
  • Batteries
  • Diode lasers
  • Chemical and biological defense
  • Even quantum computing

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According to Allied Market Research, revenue from the nano-dot industry will reach $5.04 billion as soon as 2020, growing at an incredibly rapid growth rate of 30% every year.

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And as Warren Buffett’s own Business Wire reports, these nano-dots represent a market opportunity up to $10 billion by 2025.

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For our tiny firm with strong patent protection, that means a shot at huge profits in the years to come…

And while 2025 might seem pretty far away, the clock is already ticking.

This year, electronics giant Samsung showcased its latest line of flagship televisions at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. All three models are — you guessed it — nano-dot.

Samsung is the world’s biggest TV maker, beating out LG, Sony, and Panasonic for 11 years straight. Wherever it goes, you can expect that the others will follow.

And if history is any indicator, this alone could mean explosive gains for the tiny nano-dot stock we’ve been talking about.

Consider that in 2013, Samsung launched its first OLED TV, only to follow up two years later with a flagship OLED smartphone.

If you had purchased OLED materials supplier and patent holder Universal Display (NASDAQ: OLED) at the start of 2013 and sold in the summer of 2016, you could have made an incredible 171% return on your investment in just a few short years.

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And if you had gotten in earlier, when Universal Display was the same size that our nano-dot firm is today, you could have banked a 1,570% return, enough to turn a modest $10,000 investment into over $155,000.

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Point blank, this market is kicking off right now, as I speak, and the time to claim your stake is running out.

That’s because the greatest beneficiaries of technology — the people who make their fortunes investing in disruption — don’t get there by waiting until the point of mass adoption…

They get there by making the leap earlier than everybody else.

Which is exactly the opportunity you have today with this tiny, $0.15 nano-dot firm.

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superbug-reportThe White House has called the battle against superbugs a “national security priority.”

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Call YOUR REPRESENTATIVE!

February 14, 2017

Call your Senator or Congressman (202) 224-3121 (All you need is your ZIP CODE) to investigate what TRUMP and Pence knew and WHEN about Flynn with Russia, If they lied IMPEACH THEM!
If you have something else to say, positive or negative tell your representative how you feel and what action you would like him/her to take.

Write the WHITE HOUSE and tell TRUMP your opinion!

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February 13, 2017

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Quantum Materials Asia -2 Facilities for China

February 3, 2017

Read this press release http://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2017/01/30/911924/0/en/GTG-and-QMA-Report-150-Million-RMB-Investment-by-China-Government-Guidance-Fund-and-Siting-of-Production-Facilities-in-Beijing-and-Changde-Economic-Development-Zones.html

then read the below message:

Looking from and thru the eyes of someone that was inside the company, Art (PuraVida19) has volunteered the following:
http://investorshangout.com/post/view?id=4326961 or https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10154280521407944&id=59190877943

“The following is based on my personal thoughts and should not be relied on as investment advice of any sort. I do not know the future, and events can occur that sometimes cannot be foreseen. Please do your own due diligence and decide for yourself as you see fit.

QMC and QMA are separate profit making companies. (Note that the QMA board is structured 50/50 QMC/China.) QMC owns 25% of QMA due to China business regulations, but QMC gets 50% of distributed profits. It does not go to individuals. Those distributions could be retained by QMC at first to fund its own JVs or QMC could decide to issue dividends at some point. No one knows, because that is a business decision to be decided at the time.

Profits are what are left over after taxes and whats kept for operations and growth investment. One sale to a display manufacturer is possibly hundreds of millions dollars. The price per gram for QD is considerable, and over 100 million QD displays are forecast for 4 or so years from now. Its hard for even me to comprehend numbers that high.

I cannot give a price that QMC QD cost because the market mostly determines the price, and the price will differ with terms and such. There are many ways to structure a large transaction, and the people in charge of QMC are experts and the proof is staying in business so long without sales! LOL

It is hoped there will be a QMA IPO when profitable. No one knows the structure of the distribution of shares in an IPO because there is a lot of legalese. QMC already owns 25% of the shares and if they do an IPO for QMA then QMC shareholders probably get 25% of the shares of QMA less what is allocated to the public in the IPO sale and commissions proportionally, etc No one at this time knows how many shares QMA will decide to issue, so it is impossible to determine how many shares an investor will receive. Until QMA/QMC decide anything, the above statements are all speculation.

But I can say that by being in a JV like QMA, Quantum Materials should profit from the value of finished products as partners with manufacturers and which will return more profits than just QD kilo sales. I believe the QMA facilities in the Economic Development Zones may be like QMC in STAR Park in San Marcos, but on a much, much larger scale and with funding for buildout, projects and expansion. I would equate them to a startup DOE National Lab in eventual scope. There will be two of them, one in the north, one in the south. I expect they will have different focuses. The US has 27 or so National Labs so you can see how important they can be for research. I tried personally for years to get the attention and interest of the DOE for something similar as QMA, but they would not even return my emails. I believe that the DOE employees are busy as heck serving all their clients, those that have grants, and will not talk to anyone outside that system. They just do not have the time. They are inundated and overworked and I came to understand that fact after repeated attempts to get through, and I had to accept it.

Finally, there is nothing to stop QMC from selling QD to QMA, and there is no reason to think QMA has to wait until buildings are built. They can use other locations temporarily. I am sure they will be welcome. There is also nothing to stop QMC from selling to western companies, and forming JVs with them too. I know from my time there that they want to do that, too.

In one of my posts on the other board I answered the big question WHEN? so I won’t repeat it here. Please don’t spoil the surprise of the answer by posting it here.
Thanks, GLTA and Kind Regards, Art

PuraVida19

“There are no limits.
There are only plateaus,
and you must not stay there,
you must go beyond them.”
~~ Bruce Lee ”

OK, I’ll make it easy for you here. The answer to the question of WHEN is in post #4955 and this is it:

What’s different? China doubled down!
Two land deals, one north, one south.
Funding two R&D centers
Investing in two Production facilities.
Fastracking buildout for third quarter.
This allows QMCAsia to increase the research
of both Nanocrystals and products –
Displays – Lighting – Solar and work closely with
product developers and pure researchers.

What else?
GTG connected to BOE (Best of Everything)
BOE largest Display (and many other products)
manufacturer in China.

Anyone who waits for the announcement of a
contract at this point is leaving money on the
table and is an utter failure at understanding
the importance of relationships in business,
especially in eastern cultures. This has been
in the works for over two years. It did not happen
overnight. You won’t get rich overnight. But if
you are looking to get into an Intel when
they both started out, and hold it until they
start throwing off dividends from all the JVs
and industries they get into, this is it.

Do your DD. I think Art laid it out, now it’s up to you!

Bill

CES 2017 Intro’s Quantum Materials Film

January 14, 2017

You may want to invest in Quantum Materials Corp. (QMC) for no other reason than they are aggressive in the business world. They are introducing their FIRST Generation Cadmium Free QD Film and they previously were NOT A FILM MANUFACTURER, they made Quantum Dot’s!  Toshi displayed their film against a major manufacturer’s QD display film  (believed to be  Samsung as they are the only QD film manufacturer with commercial product) and without instrumentation there is no discernible difference. The importance of this to TV, laptop, display and gaming monitor manufacturers is simply the ability to provide these materials at a cost to the end user that allows them to place this superior film technology across their mid‐range (or possibly their entire line) of flat panel displays, not just the premium end of a line. It’s looking like a bright future for QMC, in more ways than one, with additional applications of Quantum Dots in Solar, Medical, LED Lighting and believe it or not Oil Exploration!

The article below is by  Clay Chase  – Torrey Hills Capital

Quantum Materials Corp. Introduces its First Generation Cadmium Free QD Film at 2017 CES

Samsung’s Next Generation Large Format QLED TV Flat Panel Display Exhibited at CES 2017

Las Vegas International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) January 2017

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Once again we have braved the massive crowds and ridiculously long lines at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to get a firsthand look at this year’s armada of next generation flat panel displays. In addition to checking out what the display OEM’s are planning to put on shelves in 2017, we were anxious to meet up with Toshi Ando of Quantum Materials Corp. (who was in town to display the Company’s new cad‐free QD film to a number of interested parties in the flat panel display industry during private meetings) and get eye’s on the Company’s first generation cadmium‐free quantum dot film for ourselves.

Arguably one of the biggest and most anticipated trade shows in Las Vegas, this year was no exception and easily the most crowded we have seen in a long time. Just getting into any one of the major exhibition halls required queuing up in long lines to get thru security ‐ and if you had to get somewhere quickly ‐ forget about it! ‐ you were out of luck with 1+ hour long lines just to get a cab that “launched” you into hopelessly gridlocked Las Vegas traffic.

Lucky for us we arrived at McCarran after the bulk of the roughly 170K+ attendees had already arrived in Las Vegas and after managing a short taxi line we were barreling along Las Vegas side streets to our primary destination ‐ the Central Hall of the main LV convention center where all of the major electronics OEM’s were displaying their best and brightest production offerings (and prototypes, demos) in the flat panel display category for 2017.

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The primary theme at this year’s show was a continuation of both 2015 and 2016 with a high pitched technology battle between LG ‐ and their OLED technology (which stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode) ‐ and Samsung’s quantum dot technology which they are now calling QLED TV (Samsung purchased QD Vision, a quantum dot development and production company earlier this year for ~US$70 million and the QLED trademark came along with this purchase so they have swapped last year’s SUHD moniker, which was somewhat confusing as it was too similar to LG’s Super UHD TM in favor of QLED, which is more or less a ramped up version of SUHD tech with ability to produce high color volume in the 1,500+ nit range).

This year LG ended up with the premier booth space (if you can call a space that could easily fit a couple of full sized hockey rinks a “booth”) near the front doors of central hall,

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so we checked that area out first. As advertised, OLED TV’s are arguably the most advanced and impressive TV technology in terms of sheer viewing quality on the planet ‐ and LG’s new fleet of OLED tv’s are visually stunning. Extremely thin and devoid of boxy support frames, these TV’s exude quality from every angle but just like last year, LG goes out of their way to ensure that the ambient light in the viewing area of these panels is for the most part quite dim relative to the overall lighting level of the conference hall. We believe this is done primarily to show off the inky black levels that OLED panels are known for, but also keeps these panels out of the bright lights that can wash out this high contrast advantage. The relative high historical retail cost of OLED vs. LCD panels have so far kept this format from proliferating past the

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1% mark of tv’s manufactured and sold each year, and we are still hearing stories of high cost to manufacture these large format panels due to low yields (read high scrap rates) keeping them from mainstream “mass consumer” status. In addition to OLED set’s LG was showcasing a new technology in their UHD LCD line featuring a technology they have dubbed “nano cell” ‐ that is engineered to increase both color gamut and enhance color purity when viewed at off angles. These panels are very good as well and LG has definitely upped their game with this new nano cell tech (1nm particles that absorb some of the light spectrum to enhance viewing) vs. last year’s UHD models.

After spending about 45 minutes in the LG booth, we made our way directly to Samsung’s massive display area located roughly in the center of the main hall. There is no question that Samsung is THE standard bearer for quantum dot technology in flat panel displays. Like last year, Samsung’s exhibit is off the chart impressive. They have not only embraced quantum dot technology, it has become the foundation of their flat panel display technology going forward and this was evident in just about every demonstration of their next generation QLED TV

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so we checked that for line up. those of you reading this article that are wondering about now “hey, what the heck is a quantum dot?” here is an article on the subject from last year’s CES that covers the topic quickly and succinctly. Click on the following link, read this article and then come back over to read the rest of this report and you will understand quantum dot’s better than about 99.99% of the world population and you will also understand just how big this new disruptive technology could become over the next 3 to 5 years as it becomes a de facto standard in not just flat panel LCD displays, but in several other vertical markets such as general lighting, battery technology, solar energy and eventually even computers.

“Quantum Dots Explained: What are quantum dots and why are they so awesome?”

Samsung’s QLED TV models are absolutely riveting. The quality level of these new sets is extremely high with almost all of the demonstrations in the Samsung booth highlighting the advantages of these tv’s over other OEM’s products as a result of utilizing quantum dot design. In fact, after viewing the QD sets for a while your eye gets tuned to the rich color and it automatically registers this difference when you then look at standard UHD panels with limited color gamut. This was evident once we left the Samsung exhibit and walked thru other booths in the show (there are many hundreds of flat panel displays at CES, even in booths that are not OEM electronics companies) and it makes you truly appreciate these infinitesimally small crystals’ ability to amplify light and greatly improve viewing quality.

Originally, quantum dots were tasked with increasing the range of color gamut in an LCD TV to more closely match the full range of colors recognized by the human eye. Traditional phosphors that have provided the RGB color spectrum in LCD designs prior to quantum dot technology were limited in color gamut leaving LCD panels a bit lifeless and dull in terms of color purity, especially when trying to render bright red or green coloring. Quantum dots have bridged that gap and provided OEM’s that utilize this technology an efficient tool to move materially up the color gamut scale and provide a much broader, lifelike set of colors to work with. This ability was the first great differentiator for quantum dots ‐ but the story got even better as quantum dots worked their way into the market at the perfect time when UHD technology was on boarding (4,096 pixels across x 2,160 pixels vertically yielding ~4X the pixel density vs. 1080 tech) and it just happens that quantum dots also allow OEM’s to work magic with the new HDR (high dynamic range) technology providing the ability to create brightly lit details in dark background settings utilizing local dimming LED backlights. Without quantum dots, the OEM’s are not able to efficiently create the stunning images they now can with UHD panel sharpness and HDR light rendering to make these panels absolutely sparkle and create a truly “next generation” viewing quality that is on par with (and some folks even argue better in several key categories than) OLED panels, especially when one considers the pricing delta between these two tech’s.

One of the demo’s at the Samsung display area highlighted this ability extremely well with a standard UHD panel positioned right next to one of the new QLED panels with room brightness automated to go from very dim to very bright. With the ambient lights low, the QLED showed much higher color purity over the standard UHD but the difference wasn’t huge. Once the lights came up to very bright ambient light, the difference between the two panels was absolutely striking. The UHD panel was so washed out it was barely recognizable, with the QLED retaining 100% of its color purity

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‐ almost as if it wasn’t a TV but more like a backlit high gloss acrylic painting on glass. Absolutely stunning in its ability to create this image against very bright ambient light (and this feature will also be key in allowing QD technology to move into commercial signage panels that need to show high brightness in outdoor lighted settings). This ability is attributed to the efficiency of quantum dots and their ability to “down convert” or transfer photonic light vs. filtering it as phosphors do. In fact, we reckon the new math over at Samsung looks something like: QD + HDR + UHD = $$$ ‐ and we have seen plenty of evidence that a large number of OEM’s that manufacture flat panel displays are looking to move in this direction and capitalize on this new LCD algebra by utilizing quantum dot technology to match (or even just get close to) the performance levels of Samsung’s QLED TV line. Like last year several other TV makers have built and were displaying QD driven UHD sets (both commercially available and proto‐type) with impressive wide color gamut and HDR capabilities such as Hisense, TCL and Phillips ‐ and another key take away from the conference was the fact that Samsung has now pushed quantum dot tech into their line of gaming monitors (as has ASUS and Nvidia), so in comparison to last year, quantum dot technology is proliferating quickly and is expected to grow at healthy double digit growth rates over the next couple of years to reach up to 20 million QD panels by as early as 2019‐2020 according to several technology forecasting groups. The question remains then, where will these OEM’s source high quality, cadmium free quantum dot infused film to accomplish these directives. That is where Quantum Materials Corp. comes into play and where they are looking to position themselves at or near the top of a very short list of quantum dot manufacturing groups with cadmium free processing capability in this major technology shift in flat panel display technology (unlike OLED tech, which requires massive new capex capital to be spent on dedicated new fabrication facilities, QD technology can be placed into existing LCD designs by simply adding a sheet of QD film and adjusting the color of the backlight LED’s to blue). With no new additional capex outlay, anyone that is currently building LCD tv’s can adapt those lines to build QD tv’s with the addition and change of just a few simple components. In what represents a major milestone for the Company, Quantum Materials Corp. came to CES this year to demonstrate their first generation cadmium free, quantum dot film component, manufactured by one of their collaboration partners that makes opto‐electronic films for the flat panel display industry.

In a recent press release Quantum Materials Corp founder and CEO, Stephen Squires talked about the debut of this film at CES: “We are excited to present our QD display film to leading display manufacturers at CES seeking to incorporate advanced quantum dot technology into their TV, monitor and mobile device offerings. Our heavy metalfree display film affords display designers the ability to create brighter and more vivid wider colorgamut devices, while fulfilling environmental mandates to restrict the use of heavy metals in consumer and professional electronics.”

In this same release, Toshi Ando, Quantum Materials Corp Senior Director of Business Development further stated:

“Due to relatively high cost, implementation of quantum dot display film has been heavily weighted to the highend display market. We believe Quantum Materials Corp’s lowcost highvolume quantum dot manufacturing approach will enable the enhanced viewing experience made possible with quantum dots to be enjoyed by consumers along a much broader range of price points.”

After spending several hours in the Central Hall, I made my way over to the Venetian to meet with Toshi Ando of QMC (he had private meetings at the Venetian which is where many of the private exhibits and corporate suites are located) and got a demo of QMC’s new QD film. Simply put, the demo was impressive. Quantum Materials demonstration placed their first generation cadmium free film (the upper square in the diagram below) next to “a major manufacturer QD display film” (the lower square in the diagram, which we can only assume based on this description is a Samsung QD film) and the two were indistinguishable from each other. Toshi explained that the two characteristics to look for in this comparison were overall brightness and “white” coloration of the light. Given

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these two categories both films looked to be very evenly matched. The picture to the right was taken with no ambient light, but  when viewing the demo with bright ambient light both films displayed extremely high brightness and vivid white coloration in equal amounts (the combination of red, green and blue light makes a pure white light).

So where does that leave Quantum Materials Corp in their mission to enter the supply chain of what is ramping up to be a high demand environment for superior performance level, cadmium free quantum dot infused film? If you take a close look at the two quotes above from Squires and Ando, it’s relatively easy to look down the road from here and see what they are looking to accomplish ‐ which is simply the ability to provide these materials at a cost to the end user that allows them to place this superior film technology across their mid‐range (or possibly their entire line) of flat panel displays, not just the premium end of a line. How will they accomplish this goal? Well Quantum Materials looks to have a good answer to that question as well. First ‐ Quantum Materials Corp utilizes a proprietary “continuous flow” processing method to make highly consistent quantum dot products with low capex and operating expense relative to some of the other “batch” methods of quantum dot processing. Second ‐

Quantum Materials Corp has aligned itself with large, well positioned partners in the optoelectronic component space such as Uniglobe Kisco, which will be representing the Company on the sales side (here is a link to extensive materials information for QMC’s QD products  http://uniglobekisco.com/products/quantum‐dots) and has worked with (and we suspect they are likely still working with) Nitto Denko, one of the world’s largest and most respected manufacturers of opto‐electronic film products (QMC was engaged with Nitto Denko for an extensive joint development program in 2015 and 2016) and thirdly ‐ the performace spec of QMC’s cadmium free quantum dots

was recently validated by a third party when Uniglobe Kisco, Inc. President Kenji Shimada commented, “It’s exciting to be partnering with Quantum Materials in this revolutionary display material technology. Our own rigorous testing has shown product specifications for their cadmiumfree quantum dots to be at or beyond what is currently available in the market today, and their innovative highvolume production technology gives us confidence in the company’s ability to fulfill demand as the market for quantum dotenabled films for displays grows.”

When you step back from the market for a moment, it’s fairly easy to conclude that the two limiting factors in the (even faster) proliferation of quantum dot technology has been the availability of high performance spec, cadmium‐free film ‐ and the wholesale price point to an OEM for that film. Let’s face it, these are extremely tough materials to make and so far the price points for these materials has remained relatively high in comparison to overall BOM schedules for all but the higher end retail price point panels. After discussing these points with Toshi we came away with the impression that there are currently very few, if any suppliers in the market that are capable of making high performance level, cadmium free QD film that is priced in a range that makes if affordable to utilize in the mid range of flat panel displays. QMC’s now stated mission is to fill that void in the market and be THAT COMPANY with their film products. The fact that they were at CES meeting with OEM representatives and VAR groups with what we witnessed to be an extremely bright, pure white colored, 100% cadmium free film component puts them one step closer to that goal. The other key input in this equation is capacity (and speed to scale up capacity). QMC currently has capacity to produce over 2 metric tons of QD materials per year (1 metric ton is 1,000,000 grams or enough for 1 to possibly 2 million 55″ flat panel displays), and with low capex can rapidly push that number up, giving them the flexibility to move quickly enough to satisfy even the largest demands for materials by a flat panel display maker looking to move this format into a large number of panels over a short time frame.

The consumer electronics industry is a demanding and rapidly shifting market space that rewards quality and competitive pricing and can be punishing to groups unable to satisfy these two requirements. Based on the two most recent press releases and our meeting with Toshi in Las Vegas at this year’s CES, we believe that QMC is now positioned to deliver on both of these fronts and will start accelerating towards their stated goals in the flat panel market space over the next couple of months. With two major industry trade shows coming up ‐ the Quantum Dot Forum in San Diego ‐ March 15‐17, 2017 and SID Display Week in Los Angeles ‐ May 21‐26, 2017, we expect that we will have plenty to report over the next 60‐120 days on the QMC front and look forward with great anticipation as this Company makes their mark in the quantum dot industry going forward.

If QMC is successful in moving their quantum dot materials/film components into the opto‐electronic supply chain with one or more of the OEM groups looking to enter the quantum dot panel business, the financial reward they could realize (and subsequent shareholder appreciation) could be substantial based on the overall market size and projected growth rate of the industry.

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On a final note, as we approached Las Vegas, our jet made a fairly low approach over several very large solar energy facilities and it reminded us why we originally got interested in the Company in the first place ‐ and that is the potential for quantum dots to enhance the yield and lower the cost of solar photovoltaic cells. This is still a major future opportunity for QMC, especially given their low cost, high volume processing methods/capabilities and we fully expect that once they are successful in cracking the elusive code of entering the flat panel display industry ‐ will refocus their efforts back into the solar industry, which holds the promise for even bigger rewards for the Company and its shareholders.

To learn more about Quantum Materials Corp. be sure to check out their website at http://www.qmcdots.com

Clay Chase ‐ Torrey Hills Capital

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LCOE – LCOE – LCOE – What is it?

April 21, 2015

1) Levelized Cost of Energy
2) Levelized Cost of Electricity
3) Levelized Cost of Everything

It is actually #1. By definition the LCOE is the total cost of installing and operating a project expressed in dollars per kilowatt-hour of electricity generated by the system over its life. I personally like the one I made up, #3 as the idiots definition that I can understand. It balls everything into one for me, regardless if it is the cost to produce the source of energy, the electricity or of the total enterprise. It is the cost from what I remember Dr. Jabbour saying 6 years ago and it stuck with me, the cost from cradle to grave. Their goal was to be the lowest in the solar market. It appears they are still working on it and are about to enter the competition in the market if I read the tea leaves correctly that Art scattered in his response to the article on LinkedIn More than 1,000 GW of solar in India? [#1]. If they truly are on the cusp of LCOE in the solar industry then that is a massive breakthrough in a massive market. How big is massive? Consider that 130GW of installed solar only accounts for 2 per cent of the 6,000GW, or $2 trillion annual electricity market, that’s massive. So how will they do it? By reversing what the silicon market did for the display industry. As an example look at cell phones, quantum physics based silicon was used to convert energy to light, starting from a few iPhones, to 2 billion smartphones in 7 years, trillions of dollars worth as an industry. By the way, Quantum Materials Corp. (QMC) will benefit in that market as well with the next generation Quantum Dot (QD) semiconductor for the display screens. Similarly in the reverse direction, instead of converting energy to light, converting light to energy will be worth trillions, only instead of silicon Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc. will be using QMC Quantum Dots to make it a reality. That will be accomplished by:
1) QUANTUM DOT SOLAR CELL FACTORIES at a fraction of the current silicon PV factories.
2) Utility scale electricity generating plants capitalizing on economies/efficiencies of scale.

What’s the best market to enter, residential or utility? The latest US Solar Market Insight report (from Q3 2014) put the price at $0.70/watt for residential solar panels and that does not include “soft costs”. The bulk of the price of going solar is now the “soft costs” (installation, permitting, etc.) rather than the solar panel cost. Again referencing the latest US Solar Market Insight report, the average installed cost of a residential solar panel system was $4.72/watt. Way too high to be competitive with the utilities. The residential market initially is not where they will invest their time or their money, not yet anyways.

For one piece of the LCOE puzzle we need to know what it costs for the solar cell factories currently to produce and what one of their factories cost. Costs have come down to $.20 per watt for tier 1 solar photovoltaic polysilicon and wafers together so that means $.50/watt for the cell and panel. The manufacturing sequence is: purified Si -> Si wafers -> Si PV cells -> Si PV panels. That would be four steps to the manufacturing of solar photovoltaic panels. The third generation quantum dot solar cell panel will have only three manufacturing steps. Quantum dots -> QD printed cells -> QDPV panels. Environmentally friendly to boot, as silicon manufacturing is an energy hog (electric arc furnaces for extreme heat) and a pollutant. I don’t see where the ecological cost is factored into the LCOE equation either.

So how much does a silicon PV factory cost to put the advantages of QD solar into perspective? 175 Million for a 100 Megawatt solar plant per Twin Creeks Technology and that’s cheap! http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/news/article/2012/03/startup-unwraps-new-tool-process-to-slash-silicon-solar-pv-costs $225 Million for a 200 Megawatt plant in NY, http://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/New-York-Provides-Silevo-With-225M-to-Build-Advanced-PV-Cell-Factory So the cost for a solar plant is between $1.1 and $1.75 million per megawatt. Lets not forget that didn’t include the cost of the purified SI plant to make the silicon boule.

In contrast to the silicon are the quantum dots (QD). The QD plant will run less than a couple million v.s. billions for the pure silicon cell plants. The Taiwan government to build a new factory for 450mm wafers, with the total cost of the project expected to be between $8-10 billion.[#2] The LCOE capital cost (CAPEX) takes a huge hit in favor of quantum dots as a source material and again in contrast, the QD solar cell plant will run a fraction of the cost of the tier 1 or 2 PV plants. I see Solterra coming in 1/3 to 1/5th of conventional PV plants. In line with Arts statement, “The comparable cost of starting such a factory is roughly one-fifth the cost of a silicon panel factory the same size and payback is quicker..” Why can QMC/Solterra be so low? They don’t need so much of the specialized equipment to make their flexible cells and panels. See the typical manufacturing equipment used for the silicon solar process and you’ll understand the complexity: https://www.crystec.com/crysolae.htm. Then imagine printing solar cells as fast as you can print newspaper. Comparing the two manufacturing processes, speed and far less specialized equipment is the game winner in favor of a lower LCOE for quantum dot solar.

What’s the pair of ACE’s IN THE HOLE Solterra has? QMC’s economical Tetrapod Quantum Dots and Scalability!!! Big time! How? For starters and this is a no brainer, they could double output by running two shifts or three shifts to triple output, increasing the process output speed from 100m/m to 600+m/m would allow them to scale up further, then by continually improving efficiencies up to the theoretical 65% for the Quantum Dot Solar Cells. That’s a significant increase from today’s numbers. So it is not unrealistic to see that a regular 100Mw plant today could be producing 1Gw of solar cell material in a few years at little to no extra cost. You see, they aren’t making conventional solar cell panels as we know them today. They are manufacturing a continuous wide flexible solar cell panel that if they go bi-facial with it, it in my opinion will blow away the competition and make their solar material a commodity faster. It will be specifically tailored for utility scale projects requiring ease of construction, low maintenance and LOW COST. The utilities are getting serious and nervous that as much as half their customer base could go off grid in the northeast alone.[#3] That’s a significant amount of revenue stream to loose! They know they have to embrace third generation solar or it will be the demise of them.

Another cost reduction in the LCOE for Solterra will be what is called the “Learning Rate”. As they work through each project they will learn and become more efficient in the future projects. Per the U.S. Energy Information Administration, AEO 2012 Electricity Market Module Assumptions Document, Table 8.3. Generally, overnight costs for technologies and associated components decline at a specific rate based on a doubling of new capacity. The cost decline is fastest for revolutionary technologies i.e. 3rd generation solar and slower for evolutionary i.e. 1st & 2nd generation solar and mature technologies. Thus the company money tree will bear more fruit as time and costs reduce with increased economies of scale.

When will solar be at parity with current generation sources? Below is the LCOE calculator. Plug in some numbers and you’ll be surprised how quick it can change. Remember those Capital Cost numbers are based on the current 1st and 2nd generation solar costs. No wonder the utilities are worried about renewables, particularly the next generation of solar from QMC/Solterra. http://www.nrel.gov/analysis/tech_lcoe.html

[#1] https://www.linkedin.com/groupItem?view=&gid=1848744&type=member&item=5983269072333213696&commentID=5992389122730242048&report.success=8ULbKyXO6NDvmoK7o030UNOYGZKrvdhBhypZ_w8EpQrrQI-BBjkmxwkEOwBjLE28YyDIxcyEO7_TA_giuRN#commentID_5992389122730242048
[#2] http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/06/12/us-tsmc-renesas-idUSBRE85B06J20120612
[#3] http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-04-07/utility-sales-could-drop-by-half-as-homes-make-their-own-power

Company OTCQB ticker symbol: QTMM
Regards,
Bill

Quantum Dots – What’s it about?

March 3, 2014

QUANTUM DOTS – WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

It’s about Quantum Materials Corp. (OTCQB:QTMM) a nanotechnology company that can make copious amounts of quantum dots. If you never heard of a quantum dot you are not alone. The average person doesn’t understand, know if you can see them with the naked eye, how they are used or what they even are.

Quantum dots are man made crystals 10,000 times smaller than a human hair, thus smaller than human cells. Their special electrical conductivity properties have generated a new class of semiconductor. These unique nanocrystals, also known as nanoparticles, are creating quite a stir in several industries because the technology applications are across a broad spectrum and you may remember the growth of companies like Intel, Samsung and Texas Instruments that were making semiconductors. Quantum Materials Corp. makes Quantum Dots which are the next generation of semiconductors.

Why invest in quantum dots? Think of what has changed the shape of the future for the world in the past. The wheel, smelting, gunpowder, plastics, Biotech and computers may come to mind. Now add Quantum Dots! Why? Because quantum dots (QDs) have completed the transition from a once curious demonstration of quantum confinement in semiconductors to an exponential expansion of applications ranging from fluorophores providing unique insights in biological investigations to multi-exciton generation (MEG) in solar cells.

A QD Learning Adventure Video

Solterra Quantum Dots

Like to be financially secure?

I first read in Motley Fool a statement and loved it because it is so true, So, I’ll relay it again “the secret to making a fortune in the stock market is to identify a unique growth business poised to dominate a mass market.” You’ll want to remember that and invest for the future in nanotechnology. One company that meets the criteria as a growth business that will dominate a mass market is Quantum Materials Corp (OTCQB:QTMM) with their QDX Tetrapod Quantum Dot’s (TQD). They have multiple uses in a wide array of applications in many different sectors…not just solar, medical and visual displays. Those were the primary reasons that I invested in this stock in the 1st place and as more and more uses for quantum dots are discovered every day, it re-enforces that I made the right decision….”it’s the same as having ‘a diversified portfolio , all in one stock‘.”[1]

Applications-of-nanoparticles

Source: “Commercial scale production of inorganic nanoparticles” [2]

An investment in nanotechnology and in particular Quantum Materials Corp. is essential! This nanotechnology field that most people know nothing about is going to change how the world develops in ways completely unimaginative to most, as seen in the incomplete chart above, i.e. waste heat recovery and flexible solar cells not addressed.
Tissue welding with lasers during surgery, selective cell isolation to eradicate cancers, solar cells with up to 65% efficiency, displays that pop with vibrant colors, power consumption 50% less than existing means, 3D TV’s that could go into the realm of holographic realism[3],  clothing and paints that change color with the whim of your desires. Sounds far fetched?
So was Dick Tracy’s 2 way wrist radio/TV watch in 1964, precursor to cell phones today. The Quantum Materials Corporation developed the method to mass produce a nanoparticle called a QUANTUM DOT that will follow the worldchanging technologies like Plastics 1920’s40’s, Biotech 1940’s60s, Internet 1970’s90’s and now Nanotech 2016 – ?.
The beauty of this quantum dot is its ubiquitous use in so many life changing applications.
A previous press release with NanoAxis using Quantum Materials Corp TQD’s in their Cancer, Diabetes, Alzheimer’s and depression research was eye opening. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/9/prweb8794822.htm Multiple applications like that in one sector of one market give credence to the depth of this technology into the diverse commercial markets opening up. Optoelectronics and the display screens that save energy for handhelds, computers, billboards and TV’s, to the household light bulbs will all use Quantum Dots. Anything that has color associated with it is a candidate for QD use. How broad is that? And the amazing part of this is it goes both ways. Not only do quantum dots give off vibrant light in every visible color spectrum but they absorb light in every spectrum to generate electricity. Solar cells will power devices 24/7. This day and night production of electricity uses solar cells that generate power from the ultraviolet thru visible, to the infrared lighting range to produce their power. To be more descriptive, sunlight at zenith (climax or high point) provides a radiance of just over 1 kilowatt per square meter at sea level. Of this energy 527 watts is infrared radiation, 445 watts is visible light, and 32 watts is ultraviolet radiation. The wafer type solar cells available today can only process visible light. That leaves out over half of the energy available from IR and the remainder in the UV. 56% of the available energy to be converted to electricity is LOST using today’s solar cells. In the future using the Solterra Renewable Technology flexible solar cell you will be able to capture that lost energy in the IR and UV region. And what is really exciting about this new Nanotechnology with Tetrapod Quantum Dots is it’s absorption capability 24 hours a day! Like enhanced night vision goggles the IR at night (although it would be a small amount) is enough to continue generation of power around the clock. Indoors (day and night) the lighting will be recycled to generate power with solar floors.

Is it going to happen tomorrow? NO! (See 2017 update below) ‘Quantum Dots (QD)’ is the latest and the most advanced part of semiconductor nanoparticles, which, currently, are at the pre-commercialized stage.[4] All developing technologies of significance take around 20 years to come to fruition. QD technology and products are no different, hitting the 37 year mark this year, taking a little longer. The quantum dot industry is going to go through a mega growth period and that is one of the problems currently facing the manufacturers. The mega market hasn’t arrived and is another two to three years away, and that is a good thing because the current manufacturers like Nanoco and Nanosys couldn’t support an explosive growth demand. They are struggling just to make their current quotas now. QMC on the other hand is posturing and aligning resources to be able to support the mega market growth when it arrives full force as evidenced in the press releases below. QMC patented a continuous manufacturing approach using a microfluidic-reactor. Their small reactor produces 250 kg of tetrapod QDs per year, or 250,000g per year. QMC’s first of several commercial scale micro-reactors of 2000kg/yr was operational June of 2015.  QMC produces in 20 minutes what has taken ten days to produce in the past. (Click HERE to see actual production) Colloidal batch synthesis methods to manufacture QD’s in gram quantities by the other manufacturers will not support the explosive commercial market needs for thousands of grams per day. Batch synthesis is too costly, time consuming and a large overhead is required. That will cut the field of approximately 22 players down significantly. For investors the field is even smaller, the public traded companies manufacturing QD’s are very limited, 2-3. Those public traded companies have fixed production capacity which restricts their ability to support commercialization of products and that brings us back to the quote above,”the secret to making a fortune in the stock market is to identify a unique growth business poised to dominate a mass market.” Quantum Materials Corp. using their proprietary microfluidic-reactors will easily be able to expand to support demand from the industries mega growth potential. The question is will the microfluidic-reactor manufacturer be able to keep up with the units needed to support a mega growth demand in time, or will the company have to go to shift work around the clock, 7 days a week until additional units arrive? Reality is the microfluidic-reactor supply will not be an issue for Quantum Materials Corp.. They have been diligently working with the manufacturer to address this continuously building growth demand and can contract out to others if needed.

Update for 2017, It’s almost three years later and the market is about to explode going into 2017. Samsung, the only manufacturer producing Quantum Dot TV’s for Christmas 2016 couldn’t keep up with the demand. Discount stores like Costco and BJ’s were selling out, picture quality and color rendition is beyond any thing else on the market, yes, quantum dot TV’s are that good!  The last two years delay is attributed to a change of product design. The display industry demanded a Quantum Dot that was environmentally friendly, in other words, Cadmium free, to comply with world wide RoHS restrictions. Cadmium is a heavy metal that has great performance characteristics that were hard to match in the Cadmium free arena, thus the significant delay to market. Now that that has been overcome as demonstrated at CES 2017 last week “Quantum Materials Corp to Present Heavy Metal-Free Quantum Dot Display Film at 2017 Consumer Electronics Show” we should in the near future, possibly as early as the Quantum Dot Forum on March 15 – 17, 2017, see the start of the mega growth cycle we talked about above.

You can’t say now, after three years, that you didn’t have a chance to look into what a Quantum Dot company is about with return potentials like Dell, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon. I suggest you investigate further Quantum Materials Corp – ticker QTMM and then if you decide not to invest at least follow the company developments. You can always change your mind later, just don’t watch another life time opportunity pass you by. Life is too short waiting for the next one to come by. Remember by the time feature magazines and newspapers like Barron’s, Forbes or The Wall Street Journal start covering breaking technology companies like Quantum Materials Corp. , the most potential for maximizing profit has already slipped past you and out your wallet!

Good luck, health and prosperity to you.

Bill Leigh Investing wisely!

[1]http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=68465724

[2] http://www.nanowerk.com/nanotechnology-applications.php

[3] http://bgr.com/2015/12/17/apple-iphone-3d-hologram-display/

[4] http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1762789#ixzz2uYkl71pz

Latest Audio:
October 2014: QMC’s CEO Clear Channel Radio Interview

Latest Videos:
Sept. 2014: Click HERE to view 4 short TV interviews with Tetrapod Quantum Dots being produced before your eyes at qmcdots.com/videos!
June 2013: Click HERE to view the CEO’s look into the future

Latest releases:
January 30, 2017:“GTG and QMA Report 150 Million RMB Investment by China Government Guidance Fund and Siting of Production Facilities in Beijing and Changde Economic Development Zones”
January 04, 2017:“Quantum Materials Corp to Present Heavy Metal-Free Quantum Dot Display Film at 2017 Consumer Electronics Show”
January 03, 2017:“Quantum Materials Corp Appoints Company Founder Stephen A. Squires Chairman and CEO”
November 30, 2016:“Quantum Materials Corp Shipping High Performance Sample Sets, Secures up to $9.75MM Financing”
August 16, 2016:“Quantum Materials Corp Continues Work for Joint Development Partner, Increases Strategic Personnel and Lab Space”
August 03, 2016:“Quantum Materials Corp Developing Nanomaterials for Tracing Fracking Fluids to Point of Origin”
June 14, 2016:“Quantum Materials Corp Appoints Sri Peruvemba CEO”
January 27, 2016:“Quantum Materials Corp to Launch Quantum Dot Production in China, Joint Venture Partner GTG Commits $20 Million US Investment”
December 15, 2015:“Quantum Materials Corp. Accomplishments and Market Projections”
September 22, 2015: “Quantum Materials Corp Signs Funded Product Development Agreement With Leading Optical Film Manufacturer (Spoiler – Per 8K it’s Nitto Denko)”
July 28, 2015: ” Quantum Materials Enters Joint Development Agreement With Leading Display Panel Manufacturer”
May 20, 2015: ” Quantum Materials to Announce New Class of High-Reliability Quantum Dots at SID Display Week 2015″
January 6, 2015: ” Quantum Materials Increasing Quantum Dot Production Capacity to Two Metric Tons by Q2 2015 to Meet 4K LCD TV and Display Demand”
November 19, 2014: “Eminent Nanotechnologist Dr. Michael Krueger Joins Quantum Materials Corp”
November 12, 2014: “Nanomaterial Processes Scientist Dr. Krishna Kowlgi Joins Quantum Materials Corp”
November 5, 2014: “Quantum Materials Corp to Quadruple Lab Space and Add Scientists”
October 1, 2014: “Quantum Materials Scaling Up Photoactive Quantum Dot Production for Solar Power Generation”
August 20, 2014: “Quantum Materials Acquires Bayer Technology Services Quantum Dot Manufacturing and Quantum Dot Solar Cell Patents”
August 20, 2014: “Quantum dot displays to launch in 2015”
August 6, 2014: “Quantum Materials Achieves 95% Quantum Yield by Automated Quantum Dot Production”
July 22, 2014: “Quantum Materials Announces Outside Directors and Adds Scientific Advisory Board”
June 30, 2014: “Quantum Materials Secures Uncloneable Anti-Counterfeiting 3D Printing Technology”
June 19, 2014: “Quantum Materials Ships 20 Grams of Quantum Dots to Major Asia-Based Global Company in First Weeks of Operation of Scaled Production System”
June 3, 2014: “Quantum Materials Corp. Initiates Quantum Dot Mass Production Months Ahead of Schedule “
May 21, 2014: “Quantum Materials Update on Scaled Quantum Dot Production”
April 10, 2014: “Quantum Materials Delivers Advanced Material to Broaden Product Offerings”
Feb. 19, 2014: This announcement is a huge competitive advantage! “Quantum Materials Secures Los Alamos Thick-Shell Quantum Dot Technology to Increase Brightness and Stability in Consumer Electronics”
Feb. 6, 2014: “Quantum Materials Secures Funding to Initiate Expanded Tetrapod Quantum Dot Production”
Nov. 7, 2013: “Quantum Materials Engineers Tetrapod Quantum Dots to Improve Diagnostic Accuracy of Biomedical Assays and Devices”
Sept. 11, 2013: “Customized Tetrapod Quantum Dot samples delivered to a diversified leading Asian-based electronics firm”
July/Aug 2013: “Quantum Dots: The Next Generation of Displays”
July 29, 2013: “Tetrapod nanocrystals light the way to stronger polymers”
June 6, 2013: “Quantum Materials Tetrapod Quantum Dots Break Kasha’s Rule”
March 27, 2013: “Quantum Materials Corporation Supplies Tetrapod Quantum Dots to U.S. Government Researchers”
Feb. 12, 2013: This press release about being able to manufacture Cadmium Free Quantum Dots is significant because it opens up the European and Asian markets that have bans on rare earth metals in their products. “Non Heavy Metal – Cadmium Free Tetrapod Quantum Dots”
Nov. 20, 2012: “Revolutionary Tetrapod Quantum Dot Synthesis Patent”
Nov. 13, 2012: Biomed “High Brightness Tetrapod Quantum Dots Developed”

Disclosure: I am long QTMM.

https://solterra1.wordpress.com/2011/10/29/wall-street-wonder-in-the-making-qtmm/

February 27, 2014

Wall Street Wonder in The Making – QTMM!

The beauty of this quantum dot is its ubiquitous use in so many life changing applications.

It’s all about Quantum Materials Corp. (QTMM) a nanotechnology company that can make copious amounts of quantum dots that the average person doesn’t understand, know if you can see them with the naked eye, how they are used or what they even are. Quantum dots are man made crystals smaller than human cells. Their special electrical conductivity properties have generated a new class of semiconductor. These unique nanocrystals, also known as nanoparticles, are creating quite a stir in several industries because the technology applications are across a broad spectrum and you may remember the growth of companies like Intel, Samsung and Texas Instruments that were making semiconductors. Quantum Materials Corp. makes Quantum Dots which are the next generation of semiconductors.

Why invest in quantum dots? Think of what has changed the shape of the future for the world in the past. The wheel, smelting, gunpowder, and computers may come to mind. Now add Quantum Dots! Why? Because quantum dots (QDs) have completed the transition from a once curious demonstration of quantum confinement in semiconductors to an exponential expansion of applications ranging from fluorophores providing unique insights in biological investigations to multi-exciton generation (MEG) in solar cells.

A QD Learning Adventure Video

Like to be financially secure?

I first read in Motley Fool a statement and loved it because it is so true, So, I’ll relay it again “the secret to making a fortune in the stock market is to identify a unique growth business poised to dominate a mass market.” You’ll want to remember that and invest for the future in nanotechnology. One company that meets the criteria as a growth business that will dominate a mass market is Quantum Materials Corp (USA) with their Tetrapod Quantum Dot’s (TQD).  They have multiple uses in a wide array of applications in many different sectors...not just solar, medical and visual displays. Those were the primary reasons that I invested in this stock in the 1st place and as more and more uses for quantum dots are discovered every day,  it re-enforces that I made the right decision….”it’s the same as having ‘a diversified portfolio , all in one stock’.”[1]

applications of nanoparticles
Source: “Commercial scale production of inorganic nanoparticles”  [2]
An investment in this nanotechnology company that most people know nothing about is going to change how the world develops in ways completely unimaginative to most, as identified in some of the applications on the chart above.

Tissue welding with lasers during surgery, selective cell isolation to eradicate cancers, Solar cells with up to 65% efficiency, displays that pop with vibrant colors, power consumption 50% less than existing means, 3D TV’s that could go into the realm of holographic realism, clothing and paints that change color with the whim of your desires. Sounds far fetched?

So was Dick Tracy’s 2 way wrist radio/TV watch in 1964, precursor to cell phones today. The Quantum Materials Corporation developed the method to mass produce a nanoparticle called a QUANTUM DOT that will follow the world-changing technologies like Plastics 1920′s – 40′s, Biotech 1940′s – 60-s, Internet 1970′s – 90′s and now Nanotech 2010 – ?.

The beauty of this quantum dot is its ubiquitous use in so many life changing applications.
A previous press release with NanoAxis using Quantum Materials Corp TQD’s in their Cancer, Diabetes, Alzheimer’s and depression research was eye opening. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/9/prweb8794822.htm

Multiple applications like that in one sector of one market give credence to the depth of this technology into the diverse commercial markets opening up. Optoelectronics and the display screens that save energy proposed for future QDLED iPhones [3&4] to the household light bulbs will all use Quantum Dots. Anything that has color associated with it is a candidate for QD use. How broad is that? And the amazing part of this is it goes both ways. Not only do quantum dots give off vibrant light in every visible color spectrum but they absorb light in every spectrum to generate electricity. Solar cells will power devices 24/7. This day and night production of electricity uses solar cells that generate power from the ultraviolet thru visible to the infrared lighting range to produce their power. To be more descriptive, sunlight at zenith (climax or high point) provides a radiance of just over 1 kilowatt per square meter at sea level. Of this energy 527 watts is infrared radiation, 445 watts is visible light, and 32 watts is ultraviolet radiation. The wafer type solar cells available today can only process visible light. That leaves out over half of the energy available from IR and the remainder in the UV. 56% of the available energy to be converted to electricity is LOST using today’s solar cells. Tomorrow using the Solterra Renewable Technology flexible solar cell you will be able to capture that lost energy in the IR and UV region. And what is really exciting about this new Nanotechnology with Tetrapod Quantum Dots is it’s absorption capability 24 hours a day! Like enhanced night vision goggles the IR at night (although it would be a small amount) is enough to continue generation of power around the clock.

You can’t say now that you didn’t have a chance to look into what could be the next Wall Street Wonder company with return potentials like Dell, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon. I suggest you investigate further Quantum Materials Corp – ticker QTMM and then if you decide not to invest at least follow the company developments. You can always change your mind later, just don’t watch another life time opportunity pass you by. Life is too short waiting for the next one to come by. Just remember by the time feature magazines and newspapers like Barron’s, Forbes or The Wall Street Journal start covering breaking technology companies like QTMM, the most potential for profit has already slipped past you and out your wallet!

Good luck, health and prosperity to you.

Bill Leigh

[1]http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=68465724

[2] http://www.nanowerk.com/nanotechnology-applications.php

[3]http://blog.toaninfo.com/2011/09/comparison-of-iphone-5-droid-bionic-and.html

[4]http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/02/06/apple-intensifies-research-into-quantum-dot-enhanced-displays

Latest video:
June  2013: Click HERE to view the CEO’s look into the future

Latest press releases:
July 22, 2014: “Quantum Materials Announces Outside Directors and Adds Scientific Advisory Board”
June 30, 2014: “Quantum Materials Secures Uncloneable Anti-Counterfeiting 3D Printing Technology”
June 19, 2014: “Quantum Materials Ships 20 Grams of Quantum Dots to Major Asia-Based Global Company in First Weeks of Operation of Scaled Production System”
May 21, 2014: “Quantum Materials Update on Scaled Quantum Dot Production”
April 10, 2014: “Quantum Materials Delivers Advanced Material to Broaden Product Offerings”
Feb. 19, 2014: “Quantum Materials Secures Los Alamos Thick-Shell Quantum Dot Technology to Increase Brightness and Stability in Consumer Electronics”
Feb. 6, 2014: “Quantum Materials Secures Funding to Initiate Expanded Tetrapod Quantum Dot Production”
Nov. 7, 2013: “Quantum Materials Engineers Tetrapod Quantum Dots to Improve Diagnostic Accuracy of Biomedical Assays and Devices”
Sept. 11, 2013: “Customized Tetrapod Quantum Dot samples delivered to a diversified leading Asian-based electronics firm”
July/Aug 2013: “Quantum Dots: The Next Generation of Displays”
July 29, 2013: “Tetrapod nanocrystals light the way to stronger polymers”
June 6, 2013: “Quantum Materials Tetrapod Quantum Dots Break Kasha’s Rule”
March 27, 2013: “Quantum Materials Corporation Supplies Tetrapod Quantum Dots to U.S. Government Researchers”
Feb. 12, 2013: This press release about being able to manufacture Cadmium Free Quantum Dots is significant because it opens up the European and Asian markets that have bans on rare earth metals in their products. “Non Heavy Metal – Cadmium Free Tetrapod Quantum Dots”
Nov. 20, 2012: “Revolutionary Tetrapod Quantum Dot Synthesis Patent”
Nov. 13, 2012: Biomed “High Brightness Tetrapod Quantum Dots Developed”

Wall Street Wonder in The Making! QTMM

February 15, 2014

The beauty of this quantum dot is its ubiquitous use in so many life changing applications.

It’s all about a nanotechnology company that can make copious amounts of quantum dots that the average person doesn’t understand, know if you can see them with the naked eye, how they are used or what they even are.   Quantum dots are man made crystals smaller than human cells. Their special electrical conductivity properties have generated a new class of semiconductor.  These unique nanocrystals are creating quite a stir in the industry because the technology applications are across a broad spectrum and you may remember the growth of companies like Intel, Samsung and Texas Instruments that were making semiconductors.  Quantum Materials Corp. (USA) makes Quantum Dots which are the next generation of semiconductors. 

A QD Learning Adventure Video

Like to be financially secure?

I first read in Motley Fool a statement and loved it because it is so true, So, I’ll relay it again “the secret to making a fortune in the stock market is to identify a unique growth business poised to dominate a mass market.” You’ll want to remember that and invest for the future in nanotechnology. One company that meets the criteria as a growth business that will dominate a mass market is Quantum Materials Corp (USA) with their Tetrapod Quantum Dot’s (TQD).  They have multiple uses in a wide array of applications in many different sectors...not just solar, medical and visual displays. Those were the primary reasons that I invested in this stock in the 1st place and as more and more uses for quantum dots are discovered every day,  it re-enforces that I made the right decision….”it’s the same as having ‘a diversified portfolio , all in one stock’.”[1]  An investment in this nanotechnology company that most people know nothing about is going to change how the world develops in ways completely unimaginative to most.
Tissue welding with lasers during surgery, selective cell isolation to eradicate cancers, Solar cells with up to 65% efficiency, displays that pop with vibrant colors, power consumption 50% less than existing means, 3D TV’s that could go into the realm of holographic realism, clothing and paints that change color with the whim of your desires. Sounds far fetched?
So was Dick Tracy’s 2 way wrist radio/TV watch in 1964, precursor to cell phones today. The Quantum Materials Corporation developed the method to mass produce a nanocrystal called a QUANTUM DOT that will follow the world-changing technologies like Plastics 1920’s – 40’s, Biotech 1940’s – 60-s, Internet 1970’s – 90’s and now Nanotech 2010 – ?.
The beauty of this quantum dot is its ubiquitous use in so many life changing applications.
A previous press release with NanoAxis using Quantum Materials Corp TQD’s in their Cancer, Diabetes, Alzheimer’s and depression research was eye opening. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/9/prweb8794822.htm Multiple applications like that in one sector of one market give creadance to the depth of this technology into the diverse commercial markets opening up. Optoelectronics and the display screens that save energy proposed for future QDLED iPhones [2&3]  to the household light bulbs will all use Quantum Dots. Anything that has color associated with it is a candidate for QD use. How broad is that? And the amazing part of this is it goes both ways. Not only do quantum dots give off vibrant light in every visible color spectrum but they absorb light in every spectrum to generate electricity. Solar cells will power devices 24/7. This day and night production of electricity uses solar cells that generate power from the ultraviolet thru visible to the infrared lighting range to produce their power. To be more descriptive, sunlight at zenith (climax or high point) provides an irradiance of just over 1 kilowatt per square meter at sea level. Of this energy 527 watts is infrared radiation, 445 watts is visible light, and 32 watts is ultraviolet radiation. The wafer type solar cells available today can only process visible light. That leaves out over half of the energy available from IR and the remainder in the UV. 56% of the available energy to be converted to electricity is LOST using today’s solar cells. Tomorrow using the Solterra Renewable Technology flexible solar cell you will be able to capture that lost energy in the IR and UV region. And what is really exciting about this new Nanotechnology with Tetrapod Quantum Dots is it’s absorption capability 24 hours a day! Like enhanced night vision goggles the IR at night (although it would be a small amount) is enough to continue generation of power around the clock.

You can’t say now that you didn’t have a chance to look into what could be the next Wall Street Wonder company with return potentials like Dell, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon, and if investing a little in an individual company isn’t your style, at least look into a Nanotechnology fund. IT IS THE FUTURE.

I suggest you investigate Quantum Materials Corp – ticker QTMM and if you decide not to invest at least follow the company developments. You can always change your mind later, just don’t watch another life time opportunity pass you by. Life is too short waiting for the next one to come by.

Good luck, health and prosperity in what ever choice you make.

Bill

[1]http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=68465724

[2]http://blog.toaninfo.com/2011/09/comparison-of-iphone-5-droid-bionic-and.html

[3]http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/02/06/apple-intensifies-research-into-quantum-dot-enhanced-displays

Latest video:
Sept. 2014: Click HERE to view 4 short TV interviews with Tetrapod Quantum Dots being produced before your eyes at qmcdots.com/videos!
June 2013: Click HERE to view the CEO’s look into the future

Latest press releases:
May 20, 2015: ” Quantum Materials to Announce New Class of High-Reliability Quantum Dots at SID Display Week 2015″
January 6, 2015: ” Quantum Materials Increasing Quantum Dot Production Capacity to Two Metric Tons by Q2 2015 to Meet 4K LCD TV and Display Demand”
November 19, 2014: “Eminent Nanotechnologist Dr. Michael Krueger Joins Quantum Materials Corp”
November 12, 2014: “Nanomaterial Processes Scientist Dr. Krishna Kowlgi Joins Quantum Materials Corp”
November 5, 2014: “Quantum Materials Corp to Quadruple Lab Space and Add Scientists”
October 1, 2014: “Quantum Materials Scaling Up Photoactive Quantum Dot Production for Solar Power Generation”
August 20, 2014: “Quantum Materials Acquires Bayer Technology Services Quantum Dot Manufacturing and Quantum Dot Solar Cell Patents”
August 20, 2014: “Quantum dot displays to launch in 2015”
August 6, 2014: “Quantum Materials Achieves 95% Quantum Yield by Automated Quantum Dot Production”
July 22, 2014: “Quantum Materials Announces Outside Directors and Adds Scientific Advisory Board”
June 30, 2014: “Quantum Materials Secures Uncloneable Anti-Counterfeiting 3D Printing Technology”
June 19, 2014: “Quantum Materials Ships 20 Grams of Quantum Dots to Major Asia-Based Global Company in First Weeks of Operation of Scaled Production System”
Feb. 19, 2014: “Quantum Materials Secures Los Alamos Thick-Shell Quantum Dot Technology to Increase Brightness and Stability in Consumer Electronics”
Feb. 6, 2014: “Quantum Materials Secures Funding to Initiate Expanded Tetrapod Quantum Dot Production”
Nov. 7, 2013: “Quantum Materials Engineers Tetrapod Quantum Dots to Improve Diagnostic Accuracy of Biomedical Assays and Devices”
Sept. 11, 2013: “Customized Tetrapod Quantum Dot samples delivered to a diversified leading Asian-based electronics firm”
July/Aug 2013: “Quantum Dots: The Next Generation of Displays”
July 29, 2013: “Tetrapod nanocrystals light the way to stronger polymers”
June 6, 2013: “Quantum Materials Tetrapod Quantum Dots Break Kasha’s Rule”
March 27, 2013: “Quantum Materials Corporation Supplies Tetrapod Quantum Dots to U.S. Government Researchers”
Feb. 12, 2013: This press release about being able to manufacture Cadmium Free Quantum Dots is significant because it opens up the European and Asian markets that have bans on rare earth metals in their products. “Non Heavy Metal – Cadmium Free Tetrapod Quantum Dots”
Nov. 20, 2012: “Revolutionary Tetrapod Quantum Dot Synthesis Patent”
Nov. 13, 2012: Biomed “High Brightness Tetrapod Quantum Dots Developed”

When is a penny stock NOT a penny stock?

February 11, 2014

When is a penny stock NOT a penny stock?  When its growth is poised to dominate a mass market!  http://www.qmcdots.com/ and http://www.solterrasolarcells.com/

I’m sure if you have been investing you have gotten many recommendations, next multi baggers and the biggest sure thing since Krispy Krème, MSFT, Dell ….and I’m sure you have seen some go by that you wish you hadn’t passed up.  However “the secret to making a fortune in the stock market is to identify a unique growth business poised to dominate a mass market.” Don’t believe me, do your DD that the Quantum Dot (QD) Nanotechnology is in a significant number of industrial applications from Solar, Medical, Optoelectronics to MEMS and Quantum Computing. QD’s are the next generation of semiconductors. If that doesn’t qualify for a mass market then I don’t know what would.

Why hasn’t QD Technology taken off? PRICE, QUANTITY AND QUALITY. Up until Quantum Materials Corp (Ticker – QTMM) developed the means to mass produce QD’s economically with >95% uniformity the research studies and commercialization of products has been significantly restrained. So much so it has taken 20 years to get to this phase.  That no longer is the case and you have a chance to see truly life changing technology develop before your eyes for those willing to investigate and learn about the story.  When is a penny stock NOT a penny stock?  When its future earnings are coming from many business applications.

Quantum Dot Based Technology Alliance Targets Major Diseases: Alzheimer’s, Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, Breast Cancer and Major Depression
Quantum Dot Continuous Flow Processing Breakthrough Achieved

 http://www.qmcdots.com/  and their subsidiary http://www.solterrasolarcells.com/.

 Find the value in the undervalued.

The views expressed above are my own and not those of Quantum Materials Corp/Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc. or of any person or organization affiliated or doing business with Quantum Materials Corp/Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc.

Have a great day!
Bill


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