Water Technologies International

UPDATE: We no longer cover WTII and this update is to close out our coverage with a summary of results. We alerted our readers to WTII on February 23, 2012 because we believed that an investor awareness promotion would occur. Readers could have purchased WTII the next trading day for between $0.076 and $0.109. Theoretically the maximum profit on this stock based on our alert was 45%, but in reality alert investors should have made profits in the 20% to 30% range within 5 weeks.

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Water Technologies International Inc. (“WTI”, OTCPink:WTII) is a development stage enterprise engaged in creating a business for the manufacture and distribution of technologically advanced Atmospheric Water Generators (AWGs) and related filtration devices. AWGs are devices that extract and purify water from air. The company operates under the names of of its 100% owned subsidiaries Gr8 Water Inc. and Aqua Pure International Inc.

Utilizing a modular design, Gr8 Water’s AWGs range in size from small home and office units (countertop or freestanding floor units) to large, industrial-sized units that can produce thousands of gallons of water a day. They can also be used on mobile platforms such as boats and trucks.

According to its website “GR8 Water strives to make safe drinking water available to everyone on the planet, making the world a better place in which to live while nurturing the environment.” In light of the number of people in the world without access to clean water, there certainly is a market for AWGs. And since AWGs produce water at a fraction of the cost of bottled water, AWGs are attractive to many who prefer bottled water over their local municipal supply.

The company is starting to get noticed. Recently WTI announced that it will be using the services of media agency Paris & Paris Holdings Inc. to develop and implement a comprehensive marketing and distribution plan for them. This should increase the exposure of the company’s brand and stock.

And this morning, WTII is being promoted by two investor awareness firms. The stock opened about a penny higher than yesterday’s close, and since then has fluctuated within a penny above the opening on very heavy trading volume. This is a small, one day promotion, so it’s hard to say if there’s an opportunity to make some money today or if the stock price will stay where it is or even drop. But often these one day promotions are done in advance of a much larger promotion to come within the next week or month.

As noted above WTI is a development stage company. It had no revenues during the nine months ended September 30, 2011 and few assets as of that date (the latest reported financial figures). But the company is attracting attention and WTII shares are becoming actively traded. Often when smaller companies like WTI begin to receive attention, their stock price can rise dramatically for a short period of time – offering the possibility of dramatic profits in the short term.

Of course this may not happen and worse, the company might fail to develop and leave investors with significant or even total losses.

So WTII is only suitable for investors with for readers with large risk appetites looking for a highly speculative investment and willing to risk substantial or total losses in exchange for the potential of excellent profits within a relatively short period of time. If that’s what you’re looking for right now, WTII is worth a look.

Always remember to do your own due diligence, checking up company filings and consulting with an investment professional. Additionally, remember our disclaimer.

You may also go to the company’s website for more information.

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