BLIS is Our New Low Float Gem w/Triple Digit Gain Potential

OTC:BLIS   Beliss Corporation
Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery, Inc. (BLIS)

Alert Price: $1.88

Float: 2M

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As we mentioned earlier, we've identified the perfect trade idea to kickoff the new year with.

Our latest pick is a low-float gem trading on the OTC.

Please turn your immediate attention to Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery, Inc. (BLIS).

BLIS conducts shipwreck and treasure recovery from shallow shipwreck finds in the Caribbean and North America.

With a float of just 2M, BLIS is the perfect candidate for single-session breakout.

The Company is also trading on a bottom'd out chart, with an upside of over +378%!

Shares of BLIS were trading as high as $4.50 less than two weeks ago, and we believe that this highly volatile ticker could once again see those highs in the very near future.

The Company made a blockbuster announcement right before the New Year that is sure to grab the attention of Wall St.

This could easily be our next trade idea to breakout for triple-digit gains.

That being said, we ask that you read our full profile, start your research now, and add BLIS to the top of your watchlist.

About the Company
Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery, Inc. (OTC: BLIS) conducts shipwreck and treasure recovery from shallow shipwreck finds in the Caribbean and North America.

The company is beginning first expeditions around Florida, and primary sites of Cape Romain, South Carolina and targeted Caribbean sites.

BLIS's business plan and current capabilities uses certain exploration, survey and recovery techniques using innovative methods and state-of-the-art technology to provide access to known wreck site areas.

The company's core focus is the discovery and recovery of valuable artifacts and treasure from researched sites and shipwrecks and intends to expand into media projects for other matters in games, television and sales of artifacts using its web development methods and expertise.

BLIS has its own and partnered vessels to use on its multiple shipwreck sites and currently is operating under the supervision of world-renowned marine historian and archaeologist, Dr. E. Lee Spence.

Recent Business Developments Could Spark Massive Price Reversal For BLIS

BLIS has recently made a string of strategic business moves with the intent of increasing revenues and improving shareholder value.

The Company also plans to make more announcements in the upcoming weeks.

BLIS Makes Major Equipment Purchase for Operations

On Monday, the Company announced that it has completed the purchase of a major bulk of diving and recovery equipment. This equipment will be used by the company in conjunction with its contractors in the numerous recovery activities ongoing and planned as well as internal operations with its growing assets. TSR was able to make the purchase of a bulk amount of equipment which will be used internally, as well as with our hired contractors, and divers, dramatically increasing our ability to equip operations for TSR’s projects through substantial negotiations and quality purchase for the Company. Much of the equipment is state of the art and ready for use for the Company in all its planned operations.

The purchase includes 25 dry and dive suits, numerous underwater scooters for diver use, underwater dive regulators, buoyancy compensators, 16 lift bags to raise items from the ocean bottom, and numerous other items that have value and use in every part of dive and recovery operations. Many of the items are new and all in excellent condition. The purchase was made in bulk from another underwater recovery company. In this way the Company has its own arsenal of all parts of dive equipment for its own operations with the projects underway off the East Coast of Florida and other planned operations. Together with its main vessel, the R/V Bellows, and its increasing amount of substantial equipment the Company is also in the process of purchasing additional scanning equipment for divers and the vessel, which will be cutting edge for use.

With the previously found items claimed and research done, the Company is preparing a major claim on the wreck site previously described in a U.S. Court Admiralty claim off the East Coast of Florida. TSR is in possession of objects to present to the Court for such claim. As well the Company is in negotiations for major projects in other admiralty areas held throughout the Caribbean.

BLIS Posts Cannon Find Video, Provides Update on Operations

Two weeks ago, the Company announced that it has posted to a video of the cannon recently found off the east coast of Florida. Research suggests the cannon and anchor found are likely from the same 17th century shipwreck.

The origin of the 7-foot-long cannon is now being researched. With other research complete, the geographic parameters of the area to be claimed in a U.S. Court Admiralty has been established. With a successful admiralty claim, TSR will be in control as a salvor, and can reduce the wreck and cargo to its possession in the court.

Using scanning equipment and a dive crew, the area between the targets found will be surveyed to identify and gather artifacts.

TSR is in possession of objects from the site which will be used to turn over to the U.S. Marshal for the “arrest” of the site for purposes of the court claim. After the arrest occurs, TSR will take possession of the site as a custodian before the final orders of salvor and ownership occurs. Since the area is outside of state waters, no other permissions are required. The Company is now purchasing larger amounts of equipment for dive and scanning operations.

BLIS Announces Shipwreck Artifact Recovery, Plans to Secure Claim

Earlier last month, BLIS announced that it has successfully recovered artifacts from its initial dives on the previous scanned areas, including what is believed to be the boundaries of a suspected 17th century shipwreck. Among items identified was a cannon from the period and an anchor, which was recovered, along with other items. The Company used the recently announced purchased data to make the finds on initial dives. The identity of the vessel will be worked on as the area is further searched and targets explored.

“What is significant is that we believe the cannon and anchor, due to their positioning along with other material, are in an area that could contain a colonial period wreck. The discovery was made off the east coast of Florida, outside of state waters, so, therefore, we intend to file an admiralty claim off established coordinates from the surveys we purchased just last month,” stated Craig A. Huffman, acting CEO of TSR. “The coordinates and surveys we gained are having immediate dividends and narrowing down areas that can be further searched, artifacts and cargoes gained and, ultimately, claimed, from historic shipwrecks and their cargoes.”

The Company intends as its short-term goal to keep working such targets, while it also prepares for a larger expedition with several strategic partners to an area of the Caribbean with known historical valuable shipwrecks, which it hopes to announce in the near future.

Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery, Inc. Obtains State-of-the-Art Magnetometer to Aid in Treasure Hunting Efforts

In September BLIS acquired a state-of-the-art Magnetometer to aid in treasure hunting efforts. The following is an explanation of what this means by TSR chief operating officer and internationally known shipwreck expert Dr. E. Lee Spence:

“This isn’t an off-the-shelf item that you can buy at your local dive shop or treasure hunting store. It’s a state-of-the-art piece of scientific equipment, costing almost $40,000.

“Our new magnetometer is a model G882AR/4, made to special order for us by Geometrics in San Jose, California. To my eyes, it’s a real beauty.

“Underwater magnetometers, which are simply known as ’mags’ to those in the shipwreck treasure business, measure anomalies (variations) in the Earth’s magnetic field, which are caused by the presence of iron and other items with magnetic properties.

“Although a ‘mag’ can’t detect gold or silver, it can detect the iron cannons, cannon balls, muskets, pistols and cutlasses that, for centuries, were used to protect large shipments of coins and bullion, as well as other valuable cargos that could range from precious jewels to exquisite porcelain.

“Of course, magnetometers can also detect the iron spikes and other iron fittings that were commonly used in the construction of the above-water portions of wooden sailing vessels. So, even if all we have after is the payroll or cargo receipts of a merchant ship that we have researched, we have a good chance of finding it.

“In fact, a mag is one of the main tools that archaeologists routinely use when searching for or around shipwrecks. We do so because some of the shipwrecks are so broken up and buried that they can be extremely difficult to find with side-imaging sonar, which is another useful device that treasure salvors often use in their work.

“Our mag has two add-ons, which I believe will be extremely important to TSR’s expected success. It has a sensor that measures the depth that the mag is being towed below the surface and an altimeter that tells us the mag’s precise height over the sea floor. When combined with the mag’s standard readout, these numbers can allow us to get a more accurate feel for the size and location of the objects being detected, even if they are buried.

“Because of the added expense on what is already an expensive piece of equipment, most people in the treasure salvage business choose not to buy these add-ones. But they probably should, as they are really needed for accurate mapping of the debris fields surrounding the shipwrecks. By debris fields, I don’t mean debris as in useless trash. It’s just the way that underwater archaeologists describe the resulting scatter pattern as the artifacts are washed out from the shipwrecks by the action of the sea. Don’t forget, such debris fields can and often do contain extremely valuable cargo and other treasure, and that is exactly what we are after.

“With the extra precision that we expect to get from our mag’s proper use, we should be able to better determine how the ship broke apart, where the parts went and, thus, where to concentrate our digging efforts. It can be an amazing time saver. And, when you come right down to it, time is really the most expensive part of the treasure recovery process.

“Since such debris fields can extend over a great many square miles, using this particular magnetometer should give us an extra degree of accuracy that we need and want while simultaneously saving us money and better securing the success TSR anticipates.”

Additional information about Dr. Spence and some of his past discoveries is available at

Follow Dr. Spence on Facebook at or on LinkedIn at

There Is A Fortune At The Bottom Of The Ocean

Sunken treasure: Rare coins recovered from 1857 Gold Rush shipwreck

Nine rare silver quarters recovered from the wreck of a steamship that sank carrying treasure from the California Gold Rush are set for auction.

The quarters, minted in San Francisco in 1856, have a large “S” mint mark over a small “S.” They were recovered in 2014 from the wreck of the SS Central America, which sank in a hurricane off the coast of North Carolina on Sept. 12, 1857.

Dubbed “the ship of gold,” the SS Central America was carrying tons of Gold Rush treasure when she sank.


The coins were being transported from San Francisco to New York, via Panama, when the Central America sank. “These apparently came from a batch of coins brought aboard by a California Gold Rush-era miner and ended up in the ship’s safe along with the miners’ pokes (packets containing gold and/or coins),” said their owner Dwight Manley, managing partner of the California Gold Marketing Group, in a statement.

Such was the impact of the “the ship of gold’s” sinking that her loss contributed to the 1857 financial panic that gripped the U.S., according to the California Gold Marketing Group.

The coins will be auctioned by Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles between Feb. 16 and Feb. 20, 2020. Pre-sale estimates value the coins at $2,000 to $25,000 each, depending on their condition.


“Silver coins that were found in the purser’s bag in a lock box inside the ship’s safe survived 157 years in the Atlantic Ocean without the corrosion seen on most silver coins found on shipwrecks,” said Bob Evans, chief scientist on the 2014 recovery effort, in a statement. “This is undoubtedly due to the oxygen-starved (anaerobic) conditions within the safe. It was not water tight, but it essentially sealed off the interior environment and its chemistry from the outside seabed environment.”

Evans was also chief scientist on the mission that first located some of the ship’s sunken treasure in the 1980s.

Rare coins are big business. An extremely rare half-dollar coin from 1838, for example, recently sold at auction for $504,000.

San Jose Shipwreck, from $4Bn to $15Bn Estimated

This shipwreck from 1708 off Columbia, was a Spanish Galleon sunk by British Ships with an estimated on-board treasure including gold, silver, and emeralds.

The Black Swan Project $500Mn Estimated

After discovery and excavation, in 2007, by Odyssey Marine Exploration, they uncovered and flew 17 tons of coins from the Gibraltar to an undisclosed address in the U.S.

Atocha Motherlode $450Mn Estimated (the Mel Fisher Wreck)

It went down off the Florida Keys in 1622, and all its gold, copper, silver, indigo, and jewels sank to the ocean floor. Mel Fisher scoured the seabed for nearly 17 years when he finally was rewarded with victory, the Atocha and all her fortune. The ship was located in July 1985. The wreckage continues to be explored and excavated to this day.

Whydah Gally $400Mn Estimated

The Whydah Gally is one of the coolest ships ever discovered. The ship was discovered in 1984 by Barry Clifford, and by no accident either. Clifford had searched for years for this infamous pirate ship. Its treasures are endless and are still being recovered today. So far, more than 200,000 artifacts including gold jewelry, coins, cannons, and even the ship’s bell have been surfaced. The artifacts now travel the world in an exhibition sponsored by The National Geographic Society. The exhibition has been aptly named “Real Pirates.” It is incredibly popular.

BLISS CEO Dr.E. Lee Spence Publishes Breakthrough Paper Regarding The Shipwreck Treasure and Artifact Recovery Industry.

19-page paper entitled “A Look at the Commercial Value of Shipwrecks & Their Artifacts,” authored by TSR’s chief operating officer and internationally known shipwreck expert, Dr. E. Lee Spence. The paper includes an in-depth explanation regarding the types of treasure and recoveries that can be made as the Company moves forward.

As operations are ongoing, the types of artifacts and what is termed treasure that may be found, and the Company’s business strategy and philosophies as set forth by Dr. Spence, are laid out in the document. As TSR commences operations off the East Coast of the United States, including on its new vessel the R/V Bellows, the Company fully expects to receive media coverage in the form of potential television and streaming reality series as well as coverage through other educational and entertainment media forums.

In the paper, Dr. Spence sets out the values of recoveries that he has made and that the Company expects to make from shipwrecks. Dr. Spence utilizes his 60 years of experience in explaining the values of shipwreck recoveries and the involvement of academia, governments and others, as well as the market forces that drive the values of objects recovered, expectational values and otherwise. Dr. Spence gives many real-world examples of what he has been involved with and expects going forward, from the recovery of Spanish galleons to bottles of champagne, all of which have values beyond their mere sales amounts to the public.

In this paper, TSR adopts the philosophy of Dr. Spence regarding shipwrecks and recovered items and their values, both intrinsic and extrinsic. TSR adopts his insight, including the corporate strategy that not only will shipwrecks and their contents be garnered and owned by the Company and him in partnership, for the interest of the public through TSR, but also the varying sources of revenue and publicity that will occur. Dr. Spence, through the Company, explains in the paper that the publicity resulting from the discovery of objects, such as coins and other objects, has value beyond just the actual numismatic values of the recovered items. The publicity of finds, ventures and actions can occur such as at the opening of the Andrea Doria safe, and even Al Capone’s safe in the 1980s.

Dr. Spence points to recoveries he has made in the past and the resulting publicity, including the time People magazine covered his recovery of G.H. Mumm champagne from the 1913 shipwreck of the Regina in the Great Lakes. Dr. Spence opened some of the recovered champagne at his wedding, and People did a 3.5-page article on the event titled, “YO-HO-HO and a Bottle of MUMM!” The MUMM company additionally paid Spence for using the champagne during his marriage celebration. This experience illustrates how publicity adds to the values of recovered “treasure” and artifacts.

Spence also talks about the values of artifacts like spikes, portholes and ship pieces as well as coins, furnishings, jewelry and other objects, which may seem less valuable but are not because they come from treasure wrecks.

“Dr. Spence tells the tale to the world of what ‘treasure hunting’ involves. It is more than just the value we would assume, but one of real-world reality. It especially piques my interest when he relates information like the value of a more than 100-year-old Scotch bottle in today’s market. Then he poses the question, ‘What if we had a lot of them?’ How do we present that to the market?” said TSR CEO Craig Huffman. “Dr. Spence has been through all of this. It may be easier to value gold coins we find, but he is adept at finding even more exclusive items, such as wines, alcohol, crucifixes, certain jewelries and so much more. How is the value of such unique items even determined? Well, Dr. Spence has been through it all. That is our advantage with having him.”

Dr. Spence additionally details the various kinds of values, such as the present-day bulk values of metals from certain ships contrasted with their historic value.

“What TSR now has is an expert who, through this 19-page paper, has set out for our shareholders, the public and the world precisely how we will build value, utilize publicity, and meet and exceed expectations as we leverage his knowledge and renown in our pursuit of success,” stated Huffman.

Additional information set forth in the paper includes bullion values, fair market values, decorative values, intrinsic values, jewelry values, museum values, numismatic values and even regional values, as well as other value TSR expects to receive from the artifacts recovered and gathered under Dr. Spence.

As a strategic and informative guide for the public and shareholders, Dr. Spence’s paper is a breakthrough in the shipwreck treasure and artifact recovery industry.

Technical Analysis

As we mentioned above, with a float of just 2M, BLIS is the perfect candidate for single-session breakout.

The Company is also trading on a bottom'd out chart, with an upside of over +378%!

Shares of BLIS were trading as high as $4.50 less than two weeks ago, and we believe that this highly volatile ticker could once again see those highs in the very near future.

We've done our very own chart analysis and see the potential for a move of nearly +100%!

Key Indicators
Reaching Apex and in Bullish Trajectory
Bullish Reversal and Cross
MACD in Bullish Trajectory Histogram Green and Ticking Higher.

The Bottom Line

BLIS appears to be the perfect low-float gem to kickoff 2020 with.

We love the recent moves the Company has made, and we believe that they will spark a massive share price reversal.

Traders on the hunt for a breakout ticker should add BLIS to the top of their watchlist immediately.

(*Remember to use a Stop-Loss Order to protect your gains, as well as limit possible losses.)

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