$NCRA “OTC Stock Review” Promoter Rank: 26/31 Nocera Inc. Newsletter 9:50:35 AM September 21, 2020

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Nocera, Inc.

Some of our best moneymakers come from stocks that are low float and slightly illiquid. Earlier this year we gave you Humanigen HGEN, which looked terrible at $0.35 x $0.45 with no volume. Today it's $10.70. Over the summer we gave you RTSL, which started out at $0.25 x $0.43 with no volume. It traded up over $2.00 and traded more than a half million dollars in volume in two days.

Get on Board Nocera, Inc. NCRA. Of the 13.2 million shares outstanding the float is less than 200,000. OTC Markets shows only 133,000 in DTC at the end of August. I have had numerous contacts with management and these guys are actively pursuing a NASDAQ listing. They haven't had much news, but we believe that is about to change.

Nocera, Inc. OTC NCRA is an up and coming player in land-based aquaculture. Nocera is revolutionizing the fish farming business by building and managing 15,000 gallon ca. 57 m tanks. These tanks provide fast growth for any species of fish and yield four crops of fish per year. The best part is the tanks use a recirculating filtration system that removes waste, so the fish are not swimming around in their own feces.

NCRA did $4.8 million in revenue year before last and earned $2.3 million. Very few OTC companies show a profit, but Nocera did. The bulk of their revenues came from China. Seeing the writing on the wall, management pulled out of China and is currently looking to expand to Taiwan and the US. The tanks are fairly easy to manufacture and Nocera gets a big chunk of money up front. These tanks can be installed anywhere people need food and there is some access to water. Here is a video that doesn't have a lot of views yet showing Nocera's operations in China.

Aquaculture production

Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic animals, including finfish, crustaceans, molluscs, etc. and aquatic plants, mostly algae, using or within freshwater, sea water, brackish water and inland saline water.

According to the , world aquaculture production attained another all-time record high of 114.5 million tonnes in live weight in 2018 Figure 8, with a total farmgate sale value of USD 263.6 billion the price of the product available at the farm, excluding any separately billed transport or delivery charge. Just an added FYI, a tonne is a metric ton, which is equivalent to 1,000 kilograms, or 2,205 lbs. A ton as we know it here in the US is 2,000 pounds.

Breaking it down, the total production consisted of

82.1 million tonnes of aquatic animals

32.4 million tonnes of aquatic algae

26 000 tonnes of ornamental seashells and pearls.

In 2018, inland aquaculture produced 51.3 million tonnes of aquatic animals, accounting for 62.5 percent of the worlds farmed food fish production. This refers to aquaculture produced either from inland natural water sources, such as rivers and lakes, and fish farms.

Fish Farming Market Outlook - 2025

According to , the global fish farming market size was valued at $257.9 billion in 2017, and is expected to reach $376.4 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 4.77% from 2018 to 2025. Fish farming deals with the farming, breeding, rearing, and harvesting of aquatic organisms, animals, and plants, which include fish farming, carps, mollusks, crustaceans, and aquatic plants in all types of water environments.

The fish farming productionfishing involves feeding, production, regular stocking, and protection of aquatic life. Fish farming is carried out in three types of environments, which include freshwater, brackish, and marine water. Among these, the freshwater fish farming segment is anticipated to dominate the farm fishing market during the forecast period, owing to the fact that fish farming products are rich in nutrients, and aid in brain development and eye care.

In the recent years, an exponential increase has been witnessed in the global population, which has propelled the food requirement. This in turn is expected to boost fish farming across the globe. Furthermore, the National Fisheries Development Board of India promotes cage and fresh water fish farming, which drives the growth of the global fish farming market. Moreover, technological innovations in fishing equipment reduce the complications and efforts in fishing and aqua farming, thereby supplementing the fish farming industry.

Nocera is committed and dedicated to making a greener world and its land-based RAS represents a large-scale, environmentally friendly and economically feasible means of bringing clean fish to the table. Since the waste is filtered from the water, only clean water is returned to the environment. In our opinion, Nocera could revolutionize the way fish are raised. Not only that, but it can reduce water pollution and recycle fish waste, which will make for a healthier, greener planet.

In 2018, Nocera partnered to accomplish 4 land-based fish farms in China. By 2020, NCRA launched 6 fish farms using its systems. The Company is currently expanding its services to outsides of China, such as Taiwan, US, Japan, and Thailand, through building land-based Recirculating Aquaculture Systems RAS demo sites and fish farms. Recently, NCRA announced the introduction of its next-generation of commercially operational Recirculating Aquaculture Systems. These systems have been specifically designed to improve productivity and sustainability in commercial aquaculture. The next-generation tank design features an improved oxygenation system, which allows approximately 50% more fish to be raised in the tanks, and makes the transport of fish more convenient. Nocera manufactures RAS for saltwater and freshwater species including Tilapia, Perch, Bass, Crayfish, Crab, and Abalone, but pretty much any species of fis can be farmed in the tanks. Nocera currently has its aquaculture equipment in Xing Yi, China and plans to install its next generation tanks in Taiwan.

In a recent press release Jeff Cheng, the CEO of Nocera, Inc. said, Our next generation Recirculating Aquaculture System larger and improves oxygen utilization, which means better fish. This represents an environmentally friendly and cost effective way to bring clean fish to the table, while returning clean water back to the environment. As far as we know, there is no other publicly traded company revolutionizing the fish farming business the way Nocera is. Nocera's RAS systems recycle water and preserve the ecosystem by reducing pollution from an over concentration of fish in natural waterways or bodies. Noceras RAS tanks can produce 20,000 30,000 lbs. of fish annually.

Nocera's management team has avoided any type of toxic financing like the plague. Management owns a lot of stock, along with their friends and family. The Company recently filed a 506 private placement, which is a much less toxic way of raising capital. In our opinion, any buying could send this low float play significantly higher. However, we believe that could be just the tip of the iceberg. As Nocera moves into other markets, there could be huge profits to be made on the stock.


Current Price $3.75 x $3.88

Shares Outstanding 13.2 million

Market Cap $49.3 million

52 Week Trading Range

52-Week Low $1.50

52-Week High $5.50

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