BioShaft Water Technology Inc
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Bioshaft Water Technology, Inc. is engaged in treating both industrial waste-water, primarily from the food and beverage sector and domestic waste-water. The Company's product is a domestic waste water treatment plant system. As of April 30, 2016, it has over 30 domestic waste water plants in use around the world that use the BioShaft technology, which is made using BioShaft unit. BioShaft unit works by emulating and accelerating a natural process found in rivers. The waste water treatment plant system for which the Company uses its BioShaft unit is called the BioShaft System. Its BioShaft System consists of over four treatment phases with BioShaft unit used in the second treatment phase. The four treatment phases are Mechanical/Primary Treatment Phases (Pretreatment phase), Biological/Secondary Treatment Phase, Tertiary Treatment Phase and Sludge Treatment. Its turbo moving bed bio reactor (T-MBBR) BioShaft Packaged system is mobile and delivered ready for immediate installation.

Closing Price
$0.007
Day's Change
0.00 (0.00%)
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Day's High
0.007
Day's Low
0.007
Volume
(Heavy Day)
Volume:
5,000

10-day average volume:
3,931
5,000

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Shares of Netflix Inc. (NFLX) ran up 2.5% in premarket trade Friday, putting them on track to open at a 3-month high, after no less than two analysts upgraded the video streaming service a week before it's scheduled to report fiscal fourth-quarter results. Raymond James analyst Justin Patterson raised his rating to strong buy, after being at outperform for at least the past three years. He boosted his stock price target to $450, which represents a 39% premium to Thursday's closing price of $324.66, from $435. Late Thursday, UBS analyst Eric Sheridan raised his rating (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/netflix-shares-rise-after-hours-following-ubs-upgrade-2019-01-10) to buy from neutral and lifted his price target to $410 from $400. Raymond James's Patterson said he believes Netflix's content investments and film strategy are "paving the way to material profitability." Netflix is scheduled to report fourth-quarter results on Jan. 17. After tumbling 44% from its July 9 record close of $418.97 to an 11-month low of $233.88 on Dec. 24, the stock has soared 39% through Thursday. In comparison, the Nasdaq Composite has climbed 13% since Dec. 24 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has advanced 10%.

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