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This Technology Could Change the Way We See the World23 min read

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  1. Paul Bonn says:

    Your report states that NXO has an option to acquire Spectrum. But the link you provide to review the deal terms leads to a document which states the acquiring option holder company is a different entity named : Elissa Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: ELI; OTCQX: ELSRF; Frankfurt: E3O).
    Can you please explain the discrepancy,
    And can you please disclose the relationship, if any, between NXO and ELI.

  2. Paul B. says:

    Your report states that NXO has an option to acquire Spectrum. But the link you provide to review the deal terms leads to a document which states the acquiring option holder company is a different entity named : Elissa Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: ELI; OTCQX: ELSRF; Frankfurt: E3O).
    Can you please explain the discrepancy,
    And can you please disclose the relationship, if any, between NXO and ELI.

    1. Ivan Lo says:

      Great question. Elissa was the old name of the Company and since then, the Company has undergone a Change of Business to become NexOptic. In simpler terms, Elissa was Nexoptic. The deal between NexOptic and Spectrum remain the same.

      It may make more sense to see this: http://nexoptic.com/company/partnership/

      I hope this helps and apologize for the confusion, as I should have used the above link instead of the news release link to explain the deal.

  3. Michael W says:

    If these guys can prove with their prototype that it works, the industry will likely go crazy. Imagine all of the mobile phones that could use this tech. Its a multi billion dollar industry and people don’t see to know this story yet.

    At a $13 million value, it seems very undervalued.

  4. konor says:

    the military industrial complex will sink tons of money into the research and development of this technology….and might even hold back the inplementation to the general public…….if it is indeed viable….and nxu holds the patents…..then there are bound to be other takers for a takeover…..hey goolge are you reading this…….it would fit in well with your skunkworks projects

    1. Steven says:

      I think the company is being tight lipped about everything that have going on. Would not be surprised to see a deal done with a big company like google or Samsung before the prototype comes out. Or maybe the company is waiting for prototype because the doors will open right away.

      Press will be huge on this when it leaks

  5. Eugene Fung says:

    Thank you for bringing Nexoptic Techology Corp to your readers’ attention (me being one). I am wondering how the company will monetize this technology and in turn, affect the share price of NXO going forward. The share price has already run up to the mid 30 cent level recently. What is your share price expectation of NXO longer term?

    1. Ivan Lo says:

      Thank you Eugene for the support and kind comments.

      I am not legally allowed to give my thoughts on price targets, but I look at it this way: NXO and Spectrum are companies with an incredible breakthrough. They have a current market cap of around $14 million. What could it be worth once the prototype is out? What kind of value can be attributed to something that could enhance numerous industries with potentially numerous applications?

      I certainly expect higher prices, but that is solely my opinion and can be affected by market conditions, corporate ability to execute, etc.

      I haven’t sold a single share during this run.

      As far as business, I assume it’s only logical to license the technology since it has the potential for numerous applications. However, I can’t speak for the direction of the Company but that is my thought. Furthermore, with such a breakthrough, a prototype could make them an early takeover target; again, it’s too early to say, but these are possibilities.

      I hope this helps and thanks again for your continued readership.

  6. Tony Smith says:

    You said “We own shares which were purchased both in the open market and in the private placements announced on Feb 14, 2014 and Sept 21, 2015. You can do the math.”

    The shares were not trading then. May I ask what prices you paid and are you being remunerated by the company?

  7. Jock Begg says:

    For those of us reading your letters here in the United States may I suggest “front page” announcing that the symbol for trading NXO is ELSRF [Elissa Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: ELI; OTCQX: ELSRF; Frankfurt: E3O)].
    Charles Schwab’s team helped me find the OTC symbol, however, it would have been much easier if your letter provided the same in print.
    Notwithstanding that time consuming search, thank you for your all encompassing efforts, I stop everything to read your weekend missives and enjoy and Monday morning act on them 100%.
    Appreciatively,
    J

    1. admin says:

      Hi Jock,

      Thanks so much for your support and readership – it is extremely rewarding to know there are readers like you who are thankful for the time I put into my newsletters. I truly can’t thank you enough,

      As you suggested, I have now added the American and German symbols directly into the posts to make it easier for those outside of Canada. I should have done it in the first place, but assumed it would confuse readers; I now know that it was more confusing to not have included it in the first place.

      Thanks for the suggestion and for helping others with this.

      Grateful for your readership,
      Ivan

  8. Staeubli Hans Ulrich says:

    Thank you for sharing this ground breaking information.
    Originally the glass was produced in Murano, an island near Venice Italy.

  9. Frank Becher says:

    Transparent glas has been invented in Murano, an island north east of Venice. Not at all in Milano, 280 km distance, and Milano is not an island. Just a minor issue? Or an indication of the preciseness of the article?

    1. Frank Becher says:

      Murano is north west of Venice. Would anyone have noted this? By the way, it is in Europe, in Italy… necessary to mention…

  10. Robert Yanosik says:

    Very interesting.

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  12. Daniel says:

    Can u explain what the difference between Nexoptic & the flat lense system designed at Caltech.

    http://www.caltech.edu/news/future-flat-lenses-53375

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