I found headlines through Yahoo Finance. Since it's listed on the pink sheets, the ticker is CLYW.PK instead of just CLYW (but Yahoo will let you know if you forget the .PK). Also, by clicking on Profile on the left side of the Yahoo Quotes page < http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=CLYW.PK > you can find the company's web site. They also have press releases and SEC filings available there in the Investors section. There is also a white paper there about their technology, though it may be a little on the technical side. Another interesting way to dig up research is simply to run a Yahoo or Google search for the name of the company. You can usually find things that you wouldn't learn from your typical investor-oriented web sites. Let me caution that the vast majority of these penny stocks never go anywhere. In my opinion, CLYW has more potential than most penny stocks, but that's not based on extensive research. This company will almost surely need to issue more shares to fund their growth, or they'll be purchased by a much larger company that can fund the technology (which is very likely). In either case, there probably wouldn't be much upside for current investors. I say that not to scare anyone from investing in a "cheap" stock, but just so that your expectations for stocks like this one are realistic.
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