Excerpt: dynaCERT Inc. (TSX-V: DYA) (OTC: DYFSF) is the subject of an advisory from technology analyst Jay Taylor of Hard Money Advisors Inc. In an interview with the Company's CEO insight is provided on developments rapidly occurring within the Company. dynaCERT Inc. engineers, manufactures, and distributes transportable hydrogen generators that are proven to improve fuel economy ~15% and reduce toxic gasses within the emissions by 35% to 40%. Analyst Jay Taylor believes the market potential for this company is tremendous and that a breakout in share price is imminent.
Entering 2016, Technology analyst Jay Taylor of Hard Money Advisors released an advisory to his paid Gold & Technology Newsletter subscriber base on the merits of establishing a long position in DYA.V and recommended with a US$1.00/share price target for DYFSF (~$1.40 Canadian on the TSX Venture Exchange for DYA.V); dynaCERT currently has a market capitalization under $24 million (~194.5 million shares outstanding X 12 cents Canadian). Analyst Jay Taylor has a business MBA in Finance & Investment, has decades of successful technology sector analysis under his belt, and is known for being reserved in his advice. Full copy of Mr. Taylor's original advisory may be viewed at http://sectornewswire.com/DYAJayTaylor-Dec-2015.pdf online.
Additionally, this week the analyst interviewed dynaCERT's CEO, President, and Director, Jim Payne about the opportunity and developments within dynaCERT that will of interest to shareholders; the 30 minute Q1-2016 audio interview may be listened to at http://jaytaylormedia.com/media/taylor20160112-2.mp3 online. In the interview Mr. Payne discussed many facets of the Company's fuel and emission reduction technology, the demand for the many solutions dynaCERT provides, and how the Company is actively proceeding to capitalize on the opportunity.
In the interview Mr. Payne confirmed the Company is in the final stages of 3rd-party accreditation for its new-generation carbon emission reduction and fuel-saving units for the trucking industry with final accreditation expected to be in hand by the end of Q1-2016. It is believed accreditation will act as a catalyst for significant growth for the Company and signify a transition from initial commercialization to sales phase -- the Company has received numerous expression of intent. Initial feedback from the first install from the first purchase order of 50 units that are currently being installed is impressive; "How quickly can I get 350 [more] units?" was stated by the first install recipient.
Further in the interview Payne states "The trucking industry is certainly our low-hanging fruit, it is what is going to capitalize the Company and give us the revenue stream and capital to move things forward in all these other areas. By the end of the first quarter our ultimate goal is that we are putting out 2000 units per month with the capacity from there to increase to 4,000 or 6,000 per month by just putting in a second and third shift." Jay Taylor inquired on expected margins on 10,000 units to which Mr. Payne replied "If we put out 10,000 units our sales at that point are ~US$67,500,000 and we are basically working on 60% gross margin profit." However such a number is minuscule to what appears to be shaping up, and would represent output form just part of one shift over one year, Mr. Payne stated things are are looking much bigger "I do believe this is going to outgrow our capacity or our desire to do the manufacturing -- we are already in talks with some of the largest auto part manufacturers in North America that have a very strong appetite for manufacturing for us."
Also noted, dynaCERT's technology provides hundreds of opportunities and applications, the CEO gives updates on activities the Company is engaged in within the marine, power generation, and transportation industries which are expected to translate to additional growth phases for dynaCERT.