SOURCE: Wall Street Reporter

November 23, 2005 11:39 ET

Wall Street Reporter Hosting SUPER STOCK CHALLENGE Conference December 8, 2005 -- New York City

Premier Conference Series Showcasing Today's Most Exciting Micro-Cap Stocks

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 23, 2005 -- Fund managers, analysts, and investors will convene in New York City on Thursday, December 8, 2005, for the "Super Stock Challenge" investment conference, hosted by Wall Street Reporter Magazine.

Decision-makers from hedge funds and investment firms will be on hand at this exciting event to listen to presentations from CEOs of six rapidly emerging technology and biomedical firms, including:

- Dynamic Health Products Inc.(OTC BB: DYHP) Generating nearly $25 million in revenues during the past 6 months, DYHP is a rapidly growing distributor in the sports nutrition product and performance drink industries and is engaged in developing, wholesaling and distributing a wide variety of non-prescription drugs, dietary supplements, vitamins, health food and nutritional products, soft goods and other related products. CEO, Mandeep Taneja, will discuss the company's growth strategy for the coming year.

- Obducat AB -- Based in Malmo, Sweden, Obucat is one of the most established companies in the Nanotechnology sector. Obducat develops and supplies technologies and processes for production and analysis of micro and nano structures and provides solutions to companies working with information storage, semiconductors, printed circuit boards, and sensors. Obducat's technologies include equipment for nano imprint lithography, electron beam lithography, and electron beam microscopy, as well as patented process know-how available for licensing. Obducat CEO Patrik Lundstrom will discuss the company's products, technologies, and growth strategy. This will be Obducat's first presentation to U.S. investors!

- Kuhlman Company (OTC BB: KHLM) is a specialty men's and women's apparel retailer, which is rapidly building a national chain of stores. Revenues are up 137% in the most recent 9 months. Kuhlman opened its first retail store in July 2003 and now operates forty one (41) retail stores in 17 states. What's in store for the future? CEO Scott Kuhlman will share his unique vision, and corporate growth outlook.

- Smart Online Inc.(OTC BB: SOLN) -Smart Online's OneBiz(SM) Platform offers a comprehensive, Web-native business suite, enabeling organizations to operate more efficiently through the use of integrated applications. Users access a simple-to-use, customizable "Dashboard" for a single view of daily business activities and integrated business applications and workflow modules. CEO Michael Nouri will talk about his company's technology platform, and profit potential.

- Aeolus Pharmaceuticals Inc. (OTC BB: AOLS) is developing a pipeline of therapeutic agents based on its proprietary small molecule catalytic antioxidants, targeting Parkinson's disease, Autoimmune disorders (arthritis and ulcerative colitis) Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease; Biodefense/Radioprotection; Tumor Suppression/Bone Marrow Transplantation; and Stroke. Aeolus CEO, Richard P. Burgoon will fill you in on the company's latest clinical developments.

The Conference will commence with breakfast at 7:30AM and is scheduled to conclude at 12:00PM. Investment professionals are invited to attend the Conference, and can register at

Wall Street Reporter's SUPER STOCK CHALLENGE Investment Conference offers an unparalleled opportunity to gain insight into new trends and investment opportunities in the micro/small-cap marketplace. Research in follow-up to past Wall Street Reporter conferences indicates that companies presenting have experienced an average stock price increase of 30% in the four to eight weeks following their appearance.

The popularity of the sold-out Conference within the financial community stems from its unique format, which melds traditional investment conference practices with an unrehearsed, candid, and entirely objective Q&A session with a judge's panel of veteran investment fund managers and analysts. The judges panels are directed to challenge the fundamentals of the CEOs' presentations from an investor's perspective -- much like judges on a reality television show -- thereby allowing companies with strong and compelling stories to shine while exposing weaknesses where they exist.

"Presenting at the SUPER STOCK CHALLENGE is not for the CEO who is faint of heart," said Jack Marks, Publisher of Wall Street Reporter Magazine. "The analyst panels present questions that can cut to the core of a company's business model. This is the antithesis of the 'softball' Q&A that many business leaders have grown accustomed to. But for those CEOs with a strong business case and a solid story, the upside of presenting at the SUPER STOCK CHALLENGE can be enormous."

Many companies that have presented in the past have seen stock price increases of more than 50-300% in the weeks following the Conference.

"My sense is that the share price increases are attributable to the quality of companies attracted to our format more than anything else," continued Marks. "Over the years, the conference has helped expose both great successes in the making as well as those companies whose strategy and/or timing may be in need of recalibrating. What makes the conferences great is that no matter the outcome, the insight gleaned by audience, presenters, and panelists is invaluable -- and often entertaining and unexpected."

The event will also be Web cast live on

Registration for attending conference in-person is at

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