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Investors must categorize stocks and examine those featured in recent news. Significant value often lies in penny stocks, trading at 1 cent per share. This article highlights some of these noteworthy, undervalued stocks recently making headlines.

Net Savings Link Inc. (OTC: NSAV): A cryptocurrency, blockchain, and digital asset technology company, announced a major milestone for its CEX exchange on May 14. Collaborating with (MADA), the exchange successfully added over 500,000 users. From May 13 to the morning of May 14, 186,819 new account holders joined, bringing the total to 535,597 users through the MADA partnership.

Houston Natural Resources Corporation (OTC: HNRC): Reported Q1 earnings on May 15 with revenue of $4.29M, marking a 2.6% year-over-year increase, read more. On May 14, the company gained attention due to its minority portfolio company, Cunningham Mining Ltd., which updated the acquisition of a 19.8% stake in Kharrouba Copper Company Inc.

Spooz Inc. (OTC: SPZI): Now known as JP 3E Holdings Inc., announced on May 10 a Memorandum of Understanding with Kerogen Resources LLC to establish Kerogen Resources II LLC. This new entity will focus on developing unconventional onshore U.S. shale assets. Spooz Inc. will hold the majority stake and provide necessary financing, marking a significant move in the energy sector. 

Halberd Corporation (OTC: HALB): Currently engaged in two active initiatives to mitigate and treat the effects of TBI (traumatic brain injury). On May 9, the company gained attention by aligning these initiatives with a recently passed bill in the U.S. House of Representatives. The Daniel J. Harvey and Adam Lambert Improving Servicemember Transition to Reduce Veteran Suicide Act, dedicated to two Marines who died by suicide, passed unanimously. Halberd Corporation’s patented product, LDN+, was the focus of a study involving military veterans.

Premier Graphene Inc. (OTC: BIEI): Announced on May 13 that, in collaboration with HGI Industrial Technologies, it successfully acquired a third industrial hemp license. An independent study by a state-approved lab in Baja California, Mexico, highlighted the benefits of hemp-based graphene additives in hydraulic concrete. Premier Graphene Inc. noted that the study’s results significantly exceeded its expectations.