SOURCE: SNN Incorporated

SNN Incorporated

October 15, 2013 08:00 ET

Micro-Cap Review Magazine Fall/Winter 2013 Issue Now Available on and

MARINA DEL REY, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 15, 2013) - SNN Incorporated, a global financial publishing, media, events, infotainment company, and publisher of the Micro-Cap Review Magazine and, is pleased to announce that the Micro-Cap Review Magazine Fall/Winter 2013 Issue print and web version is now in distribution.

TNI BioTech, Inc. (OTCQB: TNIB), CVSL Inc. (OTCQB: CVSL), Youngevity International (OTCQX: YGYI) and PetVivo, Inc. are featured on the front cover with The Original SoupMan, Inc. (OTCQB: SOUP) on the back cover. "This issue is focused on global micro-cap emerging growth companies, emerging global markets and current events in the micro-cap markets. From Asia to Europe, and from India to North America, this issue covers the major growth markets in the financial world", stated Robert Kraft, SNN Inc.'s Chief Operating Officer. Kraft added, "This issue can be read, shared and embedded from and It can also be shared from our Twitter account @StockNewsNow, #MicroCapReview."

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The Micro-Cap Review Magazine Fall/Winter 2013 issue features informative and educational articles from experts in the micro-cap market. Additionally, this issue provides insights on market changes since the JOBS Act was signed and reports on the SEC lifting of the general solicitation ban. This issue of Micro-Cap Review also features stories on crowdfunding to dark pools, from the half-year wrap up of the biotech industry to European and Asian market updates.

"SNN Inc. appreciates the continuing support of our subscribers, strategic partners, advertisers, and service providers," stated SNN founder, Shelly Kraft. He continued, "Micro-Cap Review provides both public and private emerging growth companies with needed market awareness and investor visibility."

Contributing writers include: David Franasiak, Joel Oswald, Eric Robins and Rebecca Konst, David Weild IV, Brett Goetschius, Joe Martin, Dr. Drasko Veselinovic, Seth Yakatan, Dr. Janet Zand, Ashley Bolduc, Esq., Corey Fischer, CPA, Richard Koffler, Leslie Richardson - Asian Financial Markets expert, David Morgan, Mark Shore - Commodities Expert, Mitch Goldsmith, Camilla Merrick and Nancy Cass -, Chris Lahiji, and Jack Leslie - Ombudsman.

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SNN would like to recognize our supporters and advertisers for this Fall/Winter 2013 Issue:

SNN Incorporated is a global financial publishing, media, events and infotainment company for market awareness and investor visibility of public and private micro-cap companies. SNN publishes the Micro-Cap Review print & web magazine, financial portal, the Ask Mr. WallStreet Newsletter, & the Patent Pending, SNN Video Press Release, VPR™. SNN owns and operates the SNNLiveTV™ show & the SNN StockUmentary™ TV show, and StockNewsNow Radio™ with host Gary McKenzie.

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