Here's an interesting question: How much treasure is there at the bottom of our oceans? Looking around the internet, you can find website

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New Breakout Stock Profile For Wednesday 12/18: *BLIS*

With A Float Of 2Mn Shares, Key Catalysts Could Cause This Stock To Spike Wildly In The Short-term

December 17th

Good Afternoon,

Here's an interesting question: How much treasure is there at the bottom of our oceans?

Looking around the internet, you can find website after website proclaiming different valuations from the goods that have been lost, but none of these historians really have an exact value.

One thing is for certain though, no matter how much treasure has been lost over the centuries, THERE IS A TON OF IT DOWN THERE.

Here are a few examples:

San Jose Shipwreck, from $4Bn to $15Bn Estimated

This shipwreck from 1708 off Columbia, was a Spanish Galleon sunk by British Ships with an estimated on-board treasure including gold, silver, and emeralds.

The Black Swan Project $500Mn Estimated

After discovery and excavation, in 2007, by Odyssey Marine Exploration, they uncovered and flew 17 tons of coins from the Gibraltar to an undisclosed address in the U.S.

Atocha Motherlode $450Mn Estimated (the Mel Fisher Wreck)

It went down off the Florida Keys in 1622, and all its gold, copper, silver, indigo, and jewels sank to the ocean floor. Mel Fisher scoured the seabed for nearly 17 years when he finally was rewarded with victory, the Atocha and all her fortune. The ship was located in July 1985. The wreckage continues to be explored and excavated to this day.

Whydah Gally $400Mn Estimated

The Whydah Gally is one of the coolest ships ever discovered. The ship was discovered in 1984 by Barry Clifford, and by no accident either. Clifford had searched for years for this infamous pirate ship. Its treasures are endless and are still being recovered today. So far, more than 200,000 artifacts including gold jewelry, coins, cannons, and even the ship’s bell have been surfaced. The artifacts now travel the world in an exhibition sponsored by The National Geographic Society. The exhibition has been aptly named “Real Pirates.” It is incredibly popular.

CONCLUSION: There is a fortune to be claimed at the bottom of the ocean, and there is one under-the-radar company making the right moves to put them in a position to take advantage of this potential treasure trove of riches.

The company I'm referring to is Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery Inc. (OTC: BLIS).

Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery, Inc. conducts shipwreck and treasure recovery from shallow shipwreck finds in the Caribbean and North America. They are beginning first expeditions around Florida, and primary sites of Cape Romain, South Carolina and targeted Caribbean sites.

BLIS's core focus is the discovery and recovery of valuable artifacts and treasure from researched sites and shipwrecks. The company intends to expand into media projects for other matters in games, television and sales of artifacts using web development methods and expertise.

Over the past few months, BLIS has made specific business decisions that have put them in a position to become leaders in the shipwreck and treasure recovery industry.

These potential catalysts could lead BLIS towards making a earth-shattering discovery in the near-term. Here they are:

#1 Major BLIS Catalyst - A New Vessel (Bellows)

Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery, Inc. Completes Purchase and Delivery of Large Treasure Search and Recovery Vessel

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Sept. 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NetworkWire – Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery, Inc. (“TSR” or “the Company”), currently trading as Beliss Corp. (OTC: BLIS), is proud to announce the purchase and delivery of the Research Vessel (R/V) Bellows, which will begin immediate operations as it sets sail around Florida – including visiting certain target sites off the coast of Florida – and onto the coast of South Carolina and additional locations in the Caribbean for future operations.

The Bellows represents a huge, internally owned advancement for the Company as TSR pursues search and recovery of artifacts and treasure throughout the waters off the United States and throughout the Caribbean. The vessel will be utilized by a prime contractor, Sea Research Society, under the guidance of Dr. E. Lee Spence.

The R/V Bellows is a 71-foot, 94-gross-ton vessel powered by two Detroit Diesel engines and has a range of up to 1,500 miles as well as the ability to host up to 14 crew members, divers and researchers. The vessel is completely outfitted with a multitude of hydraulic A-frame lifts and side-mounted booms for heavy lift capacity to bring up both large items, such as cannons, and smaller objects. Its structure includes a large aft cabin area for research, conservation and storage of artifacts and recovered treasure. A fully outfitted galley and large, spacious deckhouse with mess tables give the crew, divers and others a secure, comfortable and capable platform for operations.

Bellows comes equipped with four sets of radios, utilizing MF and UHF, as well as multiple GPS systems, satellite systems, two radar systems, a depth finder, and other electronics in its suite. The Company has acquired systems with search capability for wrecks and artifacts that will be announced at a future point, further enhancing TSR’s wreck and treasure search capabilities. A large computer system was installed by the Company for search software capabilities and other data management.

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#2 Major BLIS Catalyst - Brand New Magnetometer

Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery, Inc. Obtains State-of-the-Art Magnetometer to Aid in Treasure Hunting Efforts

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Sept. 19, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NetworkWire – Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery, Inc. (“TSR” or “the Company”), currently trading on the OTC market under the ticker symbol BLIS, announces that its brand-new cesium magnetometer was delivered today. The following is an explanation of what this means by TSR chief operating officer and internationally known shipwreck expert Dr. E. Lee Spence:

“This isn’t an off-the-shelf item that you can buy at your local dive shop or treasure hunting store. It’s a state-of-the-art piece of scientific equipment, costing almost $40,000.

Our new magnetometer is a model G882AR/4, made to special order for us by Geometrics in San Jose, California. To my eyes, it’s a real beauty.

Underwater magnetometers, which are simply known as ’mags’ to those in the shipwreck treasure business, measure anomalies (variations) in the Earth’s magnetic field, which are caused by the presence of iron and other items with magnetic properties.

Although a ‘mag’ can’t detect gold or silver, it can detect the iron cannons, cannon balls, muskets, pistols and cutlasses that, for centuries, were used to protect large shipments of coins and bullion, as well as other valuable cargos that could range from precious jewels to exquisite porcelain.

Of course, magnetometers can also detect the iron spikes and other iron fittings that were commonly used in the construction of the above-water portions of wooden sailing vessels. So, even if all we have after is the payroll or cargo receipts of a merchant ship that we have researched, we have a good chance of finding it.

In fact, a mag is one of the main tools that archaeologists routinely use when searching for or around shipwrecks. We do so because some of the shipwrecks are so broken up and buried that they can be extremely difficult to find with side-imaging sonar, which is another useful device that treasure salvors often use in their work.

With the extra precision that we expect to get from our mag’s proper use, we should be able to better determine how the ship broke apart, where the parts went and, thus, where to concentrate our digging efforts. It can be an amazing time saver. And, when you come right down to it, time is really the most expensive part of the treasure recovery process.

Since such debris fields can extend over a great many square miles, using this particular magnetometer should give us an extra degree of accuracy that we need and want while simultaneously saving us money and better securing the success TSR anticipates.”

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That is what I call pulling out all the bells and whistles. With this new magnetometer, it appears the company will be able to save money in the long-term by doing their work more efficiently and quicker.

The magnetometer should also afford the company to uncover findings they previously would have missed without the tech.

#3 Major BLIS Catalyst - Successful Artifact Recovery

Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery Announces Shipwreck Artifact Recovery, Plans to Secure Claim

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Dec. 13, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NetworkWire – Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery, Inc. (“TSR” or “the Company”), currently trading on the OTC as BLIS, announces that it has successfully recovered artifacts from its initial dives on the previous scanned areas, including what is believed to be the boundaries of a suspected 17th century shipwreck. Among items identified was a cannon from the period and an anchor, which was recovered, along with other items. The Company used the recently announced purchased data to make the finds on initial dives. The identity of the vessel will be worked on as the area is further searched and targets explored.

“What is significant is that we believe the cannon and anchor, due to their positioning along with other material, are in an area that could contain a colonial period wreck. The discovery was made off the east coast of Florida, outside of state waters, so, therefore, we intend to file an admiralty claim off established coordinates from the surveys we purchased just last month,” stated Craig A. Huffman, acting CEO of TSR. “The coordinates and surveys we gained are having immediate dividends and narrowing down areas that can be further searched, artifacts and cargoes gained and, ultimately, claimed, from historic shipwrecks and their cargoes.”

The Company intends as its short-term goal to keep working such targets, while it also prepares for a larger expedition with several strategic partners to an area of the Caribbean with known historical valuable shipwrecks, which it hopes to announce in the near future.

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Announced towards the end of last week, this news has flown under-the-radar and has not caught the attention of traders.

Just imagine, what if this shipwreck is teeming with centuries old treasure? It could be a true game-changer for BLIS.

BLIS's Secret Weapon - COO Dr. E Lee Spence

Dr. Spence is an internationally known expert on shipwrecks and sunken treasures. He received one of the first five doctorates (Doctor of Marine Histories, College of Marine Arts, 1972) ever awarded for marine archaeology anywhere in the world and he has long been considered one of the founding fathers of marine archaeology. Dr. Spence has discovered hundreds of treasure laden and historical wrecks.

Spence has salvaged hundreds of millions of dollars in valuable artifacts and has been responsible, through his archival research, for the location of the wrecks of the side-paddle-wheel steamers Republic and Central America from which over one billion dollars in treasure has been recovered.

He has authored more than two dozen books and has served as an editor for a number of nationally distributed magazines. He is also an award winning cartographer and has published a number of maps and charts dealing with shipwrecks and treasure.

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Could BLIS Be Wednesday's Breakout Stock Profile?

This company is making moves as explained by their major catalysts above, plus, with Dr. Spence at the helm, BLIS couldn't be in better hands.

>> One Important Note - BLIS is a low float stock profile.

In fact, the OTCMarkets website is reporting BLIS to have only 2Mn shares in its float.

Volatility could be in the cards if momentum floods into this profile Wednesday.

Remember, this isn't the first low float stock we've brought to your attention. Don't forget this list:

*SWN's Recent Breakout Stars Since October 4th*

  1. 12/12 BTLN ran from $.065 to $.23 (253% Intraday)
  2. 12/5 VMHG surged from $.015 to $.05 (233% Intraday)
  3. 11/27 NXGM sprinted from $.02 to $.0695 (247% Intraday)
  4. 11/13 GKIT blazed from $.04 to $.35 (740% Intraday)
  5. 11/7 AEPT marched from $.0045 to $.018 (300% Intraday)
  6. 10/31 FULO cruised from $.06 to $.265 (341% Intraday)
  7. 10/21 ITRK slashed from $.01 to $.07 (600% Intraday)
  8. 10/18 SNWR blitzed from $.01 to $.07 (600% Intraday)
  9. 10/10 CLTH strutted from $.008 to $.079 (887% Intraday)
  10. 10/7 ESYL rocketed from $.0045 to $.09 (1,900% Intraday)
  11. 10/4 BEGI flew from $.07 to $.40 (471% Intraday)

Overall, that's 6,572% in combined intraday gains in a very short period of time.

Now, I'm not saying that BLIS is going to make a triple-digit intraday burn like these previous champs did; I simply want you to be aware of the potential upside of this stock profile between its major catalysts and low float.

Do yourself a favor and get BLIS on your radar now.

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Make sure to look over your report again before tomorrow's opening bell. It could make all the difference. Talk soon.

Sincerely,

Kai Parker

StockWireNews


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