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SmallCapSentinel.com: A Day in the Sun
LAS VEGAS, June 11, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In a market populated by bright-eyed companies with bold visions of market share and abundant success it is often difficult to discern those with staying power . . . or a real technology. But what can often indicate that a company indeed has the 'goods' is third-party validation via a potential agreement with a larger, more established industry player who would certainly vet the smaller party before entering into an agreement. Such a deal could send a signal to the market that the smaller company has 'the goods' and is viable while simultaneously infusing the fruits of the agreement into the emergent equity. Yesterday, it appears, GWS Technologies (OTCBB:GWSC) began its pursuit of such a moment in the sun when it announced plans for a new solar farm in the Phoenix area. The market reacted strongly to the GWS press release, responding with 1,141,694 shares traded and GWSC shares closing up 181%.