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Symbol: CWTI
Exchange: OTCBB
Recent Price: .50
52 Week Range: .31-1.89
Shares Outstanding: 5.7 million

Clean Water Technologies (CWTI) is an exciting environmental company selling at an attractively low price. CWTI recently received initial revenues from their patented (U.S. patent #6,042,731) process to safely remove arsenic from drinking water. They also plan to apply for listing on the new Bulletin Board Exchange, which is expected to start next year.

Late Friday, a CWTI press release announced that they signed a non-disclosure agreement with an environmental company developing a number of new technologies.

A quick look at the three year chart (see below) shows that the stock price has rallied from the current level at .50 up to $2.00 and higher on numerous occasions. It has been “building a base” in this area for the last 6 months.

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In addition to their arsenic business, Clean Water acquired Zorax, Inc. in September 2000. The company has an exclusive license to manufacture and market the cryptosporidium and giardia extraction process developed with the Johns Hopkins University. The company made an initial royalty payment to the school last month.

As of the end of the quarter, only 1.6 million shares were in the floating supply, so a small amount of buying could move the price up dramatically.

Now that we are back in a bull market for small capitalization stocks, consider CWTI as a development stage company about to emerge as a “pure play” on the oil of the 21st century: Water.

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