DROP (Fuse Science) Did Just That Yesterday, Lights Up For a 14% Gain Today (DROP)

On Monday, Fuse Science welcomed Juan Bautista as its newest addition to the Powered by Fuse™ team. Its last two days of trading then went to resemble Bautista’s performance in Monday’s MLB Home Run Derby, albeit in reverse.

In the last 30 minutes of Wednesday’s trading, Fuse Science dropped nearly 14% closing at $0.192. Today, Fuse Science caught fire and rallied back to $0.22 in the first 30 minutes of trading, where it ultimately closed for a gain of 14% on a share volume of just over 2 million.

In contrast, Juan Bautista exploded out of the gate in the first round of Monday night’s Home Run Derby to take the lead with eleven home runs before dropping off sharply in the second round where he managed only two. Ultimately, Bautista finished second to Detroit’s Prince Fielder in the final.

Bautista clearly ran out of gas following his performance in the first round. Herein lies delicious irony considering his statements on Monday when he joined the Powered by Fuse™ team.

“The baseball season takes a toll on your body and I have always looked for all-natural ways to help my body perform at its best and recover faster. Fuse products help me do that and I am especially excited to help the company launch in Canada,” said Bautista.

Perhaps he just hasn’t been using Fuse’s products long enough. Following the first round, the last thing he demonstrated was a recovering body. On the opposite side of the spectrum is Tiger Woods, a fellow Fuse teammate who continues to win in the early parts of the PGA season. Big Papi (David Ortiz), Arian Foster, and Ronde Barber are other notables on the Powered by Fuse™ team.

For those unfamiliar, Fuse Science is a Miami Lakes company focused on developing new, patent-pending technologies poised to redefine how consumers receive energy, medicines, vitamins and minerals.

The signing of Juan Bautista, Major League Baseball’s reigning home run champion and this season’s current co-leader, is meant to coincide with Fuse’s Canadian launch. He will be used in point-of-purchase packaging and make in-store appearances at such strong retailers as Sport Chek, Sport Mart, Canadian Tire, Foot Locker, Champs Sports and Athletes World in key markets.

In semi-layman’s terms, Fuse produces technologies and owns the rights to sublingual and transdermal delivery systems for bioactive agents that are able to bypass the gastrointestinal tract and enter, or “DROP”, directly into the bloodstream through under-the-tongue ingestion of its products. That, and some other molecular biology stuff.

Fuse Science is an interesting proposition. It presents a rare occurrence where the sports page may provide the soundest investment advice. The fortunes of Fuse Science may very well rest on the broad shoulders of Juan Bautista, Tiger Woods, and the rest of the Powered by Fuse™ team rather than on stock promoters like Xtreme Picks who did some uncompensated touting of Fuse in February and March of this year.

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