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Move Over SUV, Arcimoto Prepares to Launch World’s First “Fun Utility Vehicle”



The electric vehicle (EV) evolution is unfolding right before our eyes.  Analysts may not be crazy about Tesla coming up short on deliveries in the latest quarter, but the fact that the company sold 90,600 vehicles during the fourth quarter speaks to steadily growing demand.  Auto makers worldwide see the writing on the wall; that’s why some have initiatives to phase out gas-powered vehicles in the coming years.

To that end, analysts at ReportLinker see the global EV market climbing at a 11% compound annual growth rate to reach $127.7 billion from 2017 to 2022.

The industry veterans at Arcimoto were way ahead of the movement, with an emphasis on catalyzing the shift to sustainable transportation by building an affordable and fun all-electric vehicle for day trips.  The company has spent more than a decade building eight iterations of its design and it now gearing up to initiate production and a launch of its ultra-efficient cars that it has dubbed a FUV® (Fun Utility Vehicle®).

The mission is to replace the bloated gas-guzzling, emissions-belching tons of steel used for short trips with an efficient vehicle with manageable costs after the purchase price, which only rings in around $12,000 to start.   The FUV isn’t any slouch compared to peers at much higher prices, with up to 130-mile range, reaching a top speed of 80 miles per hour and going from 0-60 in 7.5 seconds.

Other features of the three-wheel EV include dual-motor front wheel drive, a low center of gravity to hug the road, two battery pack options, tandem seating, modular storage and an option for a clear or solid roof.

Thanks to a recent financing that raised $4.5 million, Arcimoto is positioned to take the next step with the semi-automated production of its first retail vehicles.  Demand is building up for Arcimoto, with founder Mark Frohnmayer saying last month that there are 3,250 customer pre-orders on the books. 

The company is setting up hubs to showcase and rent its novel vehicles.  The first was opened in the historic Whiteaker neighborhood in the company’s hometown of Eugene, Oregon.  By letting potential customers rent an FUV, albeit for an hour or a full day, management believes the challenge of introducing next-generation vehicles will be overcome.

A second hub rental location is being opened on Tenth Avenue in San Diego, California.  This location will be operated jointly by Arcimoto and its San Diego-based partner, HULA Holdings.  The rental model not only provides for brand awareness, but it creates partnering opportunities around the world to drive new sales channels.

According to Arcimoto, the pre-orders for its first FUV represent about $49 million in expected sales.  That’s nothing to sneeze at for a company currently with a market capitalization around $46 million.

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US consumers are now noticing inflation



(FinancialPress) — The University of Michigan has released a report on US consumer sentiment in August. Consumers perceive the current economic climate as “much less favorable“ for buying conditions, “mainly due to less favorable perceptions of market prices.”

In layman‘s terms, they feel things are pricier now, and have started to reduce their consumption.

UoM‘s headline consumer sentiment index dropped to 95.3 in early August –  a 2.6 slide from its end of July mark of 97.9. The new number also holds the record for being the lowest the index has gone in 11 months. Consumers‘ perception of current economic condition also went down to 107.8 from its previous mark of 111.4 in late July – a new low in just about two years.

Large household acquisitions dropped even more, reaching their lower point in 4 years.

Richard Curtin, who served as chief economist for the investigation, said that “buying conditions for large household durables sank to the lowest level in nearly four years.”

“When asked to explain their views, consumers voiced the least favorable views on pricing for household durables in nearly ten years, since October 2008. Vehicle buying conditions were viewed less favorably in August than anytime in the last four years, with vehicle prices being judged less favorably than anytime since the close of 1984. Home buying conditions were viewed less favorably in early August than anytime in the past ten years, with home prices judged less favorably than anytime since 2006.”

July saw “core“ inflation rise 2.4% year-on-year – the biggest rise in almost ten years. Headline inflation, in turn, rose 2.9% year-on-year – a six-year-high itself.

Curtin noted that the change in perception is “extraordinary“, as no major shifts in inflation outlook happened in July.

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Investors See Major Growth Potential In Plant Medicine



This Could Be the Secret to Treating Chron’s Diseases & IBD

Innovations in cutting edge, plant based pharmaceuticals are changing the way investors think about next generation medicines, and way we treat intractable neurological, gastrointestinal, psychiatric, musculoskeletal, and other sorts of diseases.


A number of biopharmaceutical companies are aiming to generate solutions to these conditions. Among them include drug developers like Cara Therapeutics to treat pain and pruritus, Protagonist Therapeutics for IBD and Crohn’s, and Zogenix for epilepsy and seizures.

However, unlike several other companies in the space, publicly traded Vitality Biopharma (VBIO:OTCQB) is already ahead of the curve in its development of highly valuable IP.


Vitality Bio is a stock positioned for growth in the imminent future. Pioneering new technologies and compounds in the biopharmaceutical space, Vitality Bio is among the world’s only drug developers to generate a new class of groundbreaking pharmaceuticals using glycosylation technology. Distinct from its peers, Vitality Bio has the advantage of being at the forefront of developing pharmaceutical cannabis medicine, patenting technological enhancement of plant compounds otherwise found in nature. It’s targeting diseases like Crohn’s and IBD, filling a much needed role in that particular market of the medical industry.

In fact, technology like Vitality BioPharma’s could help millions: According to the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America, approximately 1.6 million Americans, including 80,000 children, suffer from inflammatory bowel disease. In a recent report entitled “Crohn’s Disease Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast, 2016-2024,” researchers found that the anti-inflammatory drug segment of the pharmaceutical market is anticipated to be the most lucrative segment through 2024.

A market this size is worth investing in to find solutions.

To invest in such a company is to take advantage of the plant molecular medicine’s profit potential in treating diseases like Crohn’s and IBD, minus the psychoactive effects. It’s already well known that the plants molecules are effective medicine, and similar  pharmaceutical companies are having a hard time reinventing the wheel. However, through glycosylation, they can deliver this medicine in as streamlined and effective a way as possible.

What’s more, while no pharmaceutical company can patent the molecules of the plant because they occur in nature, but by a modifying them adding glucose, a company like Vitality Bio can and has applied for a patent.” The company has filed intellectual property applications and is now seeking worldwide patent protection through 2035 for prodrugs based on these powerful molecules and other compounds, as well as for proprietary prodrug biosynthesis platform utilizing enzymatic glycosylation.


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With regard to Vitality Bio, the company’s class of prodrugs are both FDA and DEA approved, and filed as intellectual property. They unlock the potential of plant based molecules to deliver therapy in a safe, effective, targeted fashion — without any psychoactive effects. The company currently focuses on neurological and gastrointestinal relief.

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Dr. David Ziring, pediatric gastroenterologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles has claimed many families who seek alternatives to standard pharmaceuticals because of toxicity issues and inadequate response to current market drugs have found the molecules in the plant an effective treatment for IBD.


Let’s look at the market comparables

Featured company that appears undervalued compared to it’s peers:

Vitality Biopharma Inc. (OTCQB:VBIO)

Market Cap: $45M

Vitality is developing proprietary plant-based pharmaceuticals that are compliant with FDA and DEA regulations. Oral pharmaceuticals are a convenient and desirable option for patients and physicians, and they could help realize the full therapeutic potential of cannabinoid medicines.

Using a proprietary glycosylation platform, Vitality Biopharma (VBIO:OTCQB) has been able to produce more than 20 novel combinations which together represent a new class of pharmaceuticals.

Other Large-cap players in the space include:

Cara Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ:CARA)

Market Cap: $420M

Cara Therapeutics, Inc. is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company. The Company is focused on developing and commercializing chemical entities designed to alleviate pain and pruritus by focusing on kappa opioid receptors. It is developing a class of product candidates that target the body’s peripheral nervous system.


Protagonist Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ:PTGX)

Market Cap: $287M

Protagonist Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company with a proprietary technology platform which is utilized to discover and develop novel peptide-based drugs. Its primary focus is on developing potential oral targeted therapy-based peptide drugs that work by blocking biological pathways that are currently targeted by marketed injectable antibody drugs.


Zogenix, Inc. (NASDAQ:ZGNX)

Market Cap: $957M

zogenix, Inc. is a pharmaceutical company engaged in developing and commercializing central nervous system (CNS) therapies that address specific clinical needs for people living with orphan and other CNS disorders. Its primary area of therapeutic focus is epilepsy and related seizure disorders.

So why are investors so excited?

This pharmaceutical technology doesn’t only target the GI system, but can be helpful for a variety other maladies as well, such as epilepsy or cancer. According to a market research report, the global Central Nervous System (CNS) therapeutic market was worth $77.2 billion in 2016 and is anticipated to grow at a 5.9% compound annual growth rate through 2025. Grandview Research found that the mental health segment “dominated” the market in 2016 and should continue to do so, while cancer is expected to become the fastest growing segment.

With rapid advancement and drug development coming in the year ahead, Vitality Biopharma (VBIO:OTCQB) is a stock to watch in the immediate future.



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Style Tips From Top Designer of United States




It is important to be chic. I love the 2000s because everyone started to love haute couture. I always say: To be well dressed you must be well naked. I am never satisfied with myself and that is what keeps me going – I have no post-satisfaction. The difference between style and fashion is quality.

Art is Concern for Learning and Living

Possibly we do not have one theme for each season, but just try to make beautiful clothes all year round. We have got to change our ethics and our financial system and our whole way of understanding the world. It has to be a world in which people live rather than die; a sustainable world. It could be great.

Even Michelangelo got paid for doing the Sistine Chapel. To those artists who say they’re doing it for the love of art, I say: Get real.

Also Read: Nicole Kidman on the Critic’s Choice Red Carpet Event of 2017

Fashion fosters cliches of beauty, walking in the streets of style.

It is difficult to talk about fashion in the abstract, without a human body before my eyes, without drawings, without a choice of fabric – without a practical or visual reality. Brides today are increasingly sensitive to the tastes, feelings and finances of their attendants. Fashion is about dressing according to what’s fashionable. Style is more about being yourself. If you wear clothes that don’t suit you, you’re a fashion victim. You have to wear clothes that make you look better. Art is about learning and about living with people. It’s alive.

But ultimately, the main message is to forget about rules – after all, one look at Stone’s beauty history proves she’s tried everything from peacock blues to punchy corals and made it work for the red carpet.

Vanity is the Healthiest Thing in Life

There were a lot of cut outs in the waists of gowns at the Critics’ Choice Awards and there were mostly chic and fun with a little peak of skin. This is not a little peak.

Walking on the fashion show of Elementos

They will all come together to decide the winner of the prize, which was won last year by British menswear designer Grace Wales Bonner. The successful candidate will be given a €300,000 grant and year-long business mentorship, helping them to develop every area of their brand.

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We like the idea of a long top over pants – it’s nervy – but the combo of no straps, very long layers of ruffling and her cleavage looking smashed the latest records.

This is reflected in the basic idea to Kate Ballis’ photo series Beaches Above. By shooting the world from a bird’s eye view world.

Success isn’t about the end result, it’s about what you learn along the way. Fashion fosters cliches of beauty, but I want to tear them apart. I wanted to dress the woman who lives and works, not the woman in a painting. For me, the summer will be pure gray – mother-of-pearl gray, very pale gray. To me, this is the big statement for summer. Then we have light blue, light turquoise, lots of pink. Women are more sure of themselves today. They don’t have to emulate the way men dress.

1. There is always the new project, the new opportunity.

A stylish purse for the La La Land.

Her pictures show the seaside of Brighton, Sandringham, St. Kilda and Albert Park in Melbourne. The photographs were taken from a Robinson helicopter with the door off: “I hang directly out of the helicopter which is very scary but I’m getting used to it,” she says confidently. “The photos were taken on a 40 degree day in Melbourne, which means that it’s actually a nice temperature in the helicopter.”

2. The idea of a beach holiday is a bit nostalgic in itself. To me, this is the big statement for summer.

Pulling off an awesome dress at outskirts.

While from a ground level perspective the world often looks pretty messy, Kate’s photos capture a certain order that lies within these landscapes. Her images can even be compared to paintings depicting life many years prior. Kate has an explanation for why that might persist.

It is about striving to do as well as possible, for yourself, not for outside approval; and not worrying excessively about mistakes or set-backs.

I am like a freight train. Working on the details, twisting them and playing on them over the years, but always staying on the same track.

Valentino Garavani

People who exhibit unhealthy perfectionism are fearful of failure, fearful of criticism, hate making mistakes, stew over past errors, and worry excessively about disappointing others. You can counter this by trying to develop a healthy perfectionist approach.

Forget Your Fears and Worries

Success isn’t about the end result, it’s about what you learn along the way. Fashion fosters cliches of beauty, but I want to tear them apart. I wanted to dress the woman who lives and works, not the woman in a painting. For me, the summer will be pure gray – mother-of-pearl gray, very pale gray.

  • I’m used to always deciding everything myself.
  • It’s a blessing, but also a terrible defect sensational.
  • Style is much more interesting than fashion, really.
  • Garbriela Peters partnered with YouTube.

“Forget what people tell you is the right thing and go with what you love,” Goodwin proclaimed. “Make-up is supposed to be fun and if you are so attached to doing what’s right it loses its joy. Have fun with it!”

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