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I don't plan to ban him. But wow, these are some really terrible stocks. Some of these venture stocks are so obscure that I can't even pull up tickers for them.

You could pick 10 random stocks out of the TSX Composite list and you'll end up with a better batch of stocks than anything mentioned in this thread.

they need totally obscure stocks w low liquidity. These often trade for a few pennies.

these are where the pump campaign can make the biggest difference. A few good stories to make it look as if there's a positive spin going on & boom, that stk is up 1000%.
 

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Sigh, both of you don't understand what growth is for the small caps. I bet you two would love to buy PHO.T right now that it's up 2000% compared to when I owned it back in 2013 when it was a quiet stock. But it's an example of a company where it's proven the growth concept and then people want in after the party started and have to pay a premium. I try and find stuff before the party starts because then you get the best deal.

You want to invest $1 to make five to ten cents profit per year, go for it. If your into liquidity and day trading, makes sense. But to do that over the long term, what a waste of time.

Unfortunately you also both fail to see what is going on here and believe the stigma of a stock price and maybe makes you feel broke or some strange thing. I studied this in University and it's all mental. Forget what the stock price is, if it makes money and trades at a low multiple, bills are paid and balance sheet is good, it's very difficult to lose. But yet you can get hurt on large caps just as fast.

But im sure your older investors where you got hurt in the past and won't buy small cap because of fear rather than actual consideration of company performance.

I give clear examples of why the company grows and fact with numbers yet you still hate on it.

If your playing with $500K+ at a time per stock, yeah maybe a small cap or medium cap stock isn't for you and won't be liquid. But like 99% of investors, most people don't have that kind of money to flip around.

Liquidity is IRRELEVANT if your in a growth stock for the long term. If I bought TNA last year at $0.10 and sold now at $0.25, what's the problem? It's liquid enough to get out. If your both savvy traders, look at the level 2 on it, more than enough bids even for six figure orders. So where's the problem?

Stop hating on me and treating me like pumpers on here that only have spec stocks with NO GROWTH OR PROFITS. It's not right!
 

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If you guys don't like small caps, then put in clear writing, "No posting small caps" on here and I will be gone faster than Jack the bear. But don't treat me like a pumper when I put serious time and effort into this.
 

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You know what James, just delete my account please. I'm trying to look for the deactivation button but can't find it. There are better forums and threads where this hostility doesn't exist and if I get rid of my account, then there's no chance of me coming back here. So please point me in that direction and I'll have my account removed shortly here.
 

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If you guys don't like small caps, then put in clear writing, "No posting small caps" on here and I will be gone faster than Jack the bear. But don't treat me like a pumper when I put serious time and effort into this.

i agree you do serious time. IDK if the global effort is serious though.

you don't like when i joked that you are possibly rehearsing for the CFA exams? believe me, that was the highest compliment you will ever receive :peach:
 

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here's another paid pump on cmf forum from a few years ago

this author was an amateur, ie he was posting here as a genuine retail investor some of the time & he was posting here as a paid pump the rest of the time.

he's not telling readers, but his precious little asian O & G is nothing more than an exploration concession somewhere deep within the jungles of Vietnam :biggrin:

notice the language. Always, without exception, the future earnings, royalties & other revenues that will definitely accrue to the benefit of the touted VSE penny stock are spectacular. SPECK. TACK. OO. LARR.


I am quite high on this one right now. Asean Energy Corp. Highly speculative. I own a lot of shares in it. ASA.CSE

ASEAN ENERGY ANNOUNCES LETTER OF INTENT WITH GLOBAL OIL 57

Asean Energy Corp. has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with Global Oil 57 Pte. Ltd. for the proposed financing and development of upstream and downstream oil and gas projects in Southeast Asia.

General highlights:

Subject to the negotiation, execution and delivery of definitive agreements, and applicable corporate and regulatory approval, Global Oil 57 has agreed to award a five-year, 30-million-barrel-per-year crude oil supply contract to Asean Energy. The contract is expected to generate approximately $3-billion (U.S.) in annual revenue for the company, with a gross profit of approximately $30-million (U.S.) per year (an estimated $1.00 (U.S.) per barrel).

The oil supply contract is being awarded as part of a 72-million-barrel-per-year crude oil supply contract Global Oil 57 has secured from one of China's largest privately held petrochemical companies, China Ocean Energy Group, signed on May 27, 2014, in Singapore.

Asean Energy and Global Oil 57 intend to jointly manage selected oil and gas assets to be developed in Indonesia. Global Oil 57 will assist Asean Energy in raising capital to jointly develop selected projects.

Asean Energy will enter into a share-swap agreement with Global Oil 57 as consideration for the supply contract and management thereof. The actual mechanism and valuation required to complete the transaction is expected to be finalized through a definitive agreement between Asean Energy and Global Oil 57 in Canada on or before Sept. 30, 2014.

Additional upstream and downstream oil and gas business opportunities will be explored and managed jointly by Global Oil 57 and the company.
 

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You know what James, just delete my account please. I'm trying to look for the deactivation button but can't find it. There are better forums and threads where this hostility doesn't exist and if I get rid of my account, then there's no chance of me coming back here. So please point me in that direction and I'll have my account removed shortly here.
I can delete your profile if you really want, but you can also just abandon it if you don't want to post any more.

All I asked was if you are paid to promote these stocks. I then observed that you've found some very obscure stocks that don't seem to perform well. TNA.V for example seems to have been trading for 22 years (according to yahoo finance) and has returned 3.4% annualized. It crashed 99% a few years ago so this is obviously one heck of a dangerous stock. Just a crazy roller coaster ride and nothing to show for it.

How would that appeal to an investor?
 

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TNA.V for example seems to have been trading for 22 years (according to yahoo finance) and has returned 3.4% annualized. It crashed 99% a few years ago so this is obviously one heck of a dangerous stock. Just a crazy roller coaster ride and nothing to show for it.
I wouldn't assume that it's been the same company or line of business those 22 years. These tickers are usually shells that small companies (private or pink sheets) will do reverse takeovers on to get a public listing. Obviously the venture is a small market, but its way bigger than the private or pink sheets they used to be. Wouldn't be unheard of for that ticker to have represented 3-5 different companies/industries during the 22 years.
 

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All I asked was if you are paid to promote these stocks. I then observed that you've found some very obscure stocks that don't seem to perform well. TNA.V for example seems to have been trading for 22 years (according to yahoo finance) and has returned 3.4% annualized. It crashed 99% a few years ago so this is obviously one heck of a dangerous stock. Just a crazy roller coaster ride and nothing to show for it.

How would that appeal to an investor?

obscure & illiquid is heaven & earth for a pump. The more illiquid, the less effort it takes to raise the price.

it's too bad he's gone off in a snit. CMF forum might have had its 4th top-notch Class A-1 penny stock pump.

only 3 other certifiable stock pumpz in nearly a decade of continuous cmf forum operation. This shows what tough investment hardhats we are. If cmffers were "easy" to sell pumper stocks, they'd be all over us like july blackflies in northern ontario.

meanwhile our current friend is pumping his little stable of penny stocks on reddit. Same stable, same horses. Find him as username Loopy1984.
 

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Evergreen Gaming in talks to sell itself

2019-01-09 07:56 MT - News Release


Mr. Clive Forth reports

CORPORATE UPDATE

Evergreen Gaming Corp. has entered discussions with a third party that has expressed an interest in buying the company. No definitive terms have been agreed to, no formal agreements have been executed and there can be no assurance that the discussions will be concluded, any definitive agreement will be entered into or any transaction will be consummated. The company does not expect to provide further information or updates until a definitive agreement has been entered into or discussions between the parties have been terminated.

© 2019 Canjex Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.
 

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Wow, four haters in this chat have to put their foot in their mouths after all that smack talk about me.

Posted this at $0.13 and today it trades at $0.38, almost 200% increase in 15 months? With proven numbers and evidence to support the price. Just goes to show how ignorant people are on here.

What's my motive? I get in at the price I post at and I believe in the stock so much that I like to share it, along with my research. But I understand that lots of you have been burned and are jaded to postings, despite mountains of evidence that the stock was going to move up. You saw that post on RFD, I have many followers on a few other sites and they like to post my information too.

It's a profitable casino company, not a rocket science experiment. I don't know why people hated this so much. Use common sense, not emotion when buying stocks. SEDAR and Google are all you need to prove or disprove my posts.

If you four think your so good, match me and give this board a better ROI, especially given the garbage crypto, weed, and lithium stocks that have flooded the market, along with the collapse of oil plays.

I hope you take my AXM thread a lot more serious now, I'm not a pumper and I'm not an amateur.
 

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Sigh, both of you don't understand what growth is for the small caps. I bet you two would love to buy PHO.T right now that it's up 2000% compared to when I owned it back in 2013 when it was a quiet stock. But it's an example of a company where it's proven the growth concept and then people want in after the party started and have to pay a premium. I try and find stuff before the party starts because then you get the best deal.

You want to invest $1 to make five to ten cents profit per year, go for it. If your into liquidity and day trading, makes sense. But to do that over the long term, what a waste of time.

Unfortunately you also both fail to see what is going on here and believe the stigma of a stock price and maybe makes you feel broke or some strange thing. I studied this in University and it's all mental. Forget what the stock price is, if it makes money and trades at a low multiple, bills are paid and balance sheet is good, it's very difficult to lose. But yet you can get hurt on large caps just as fast.

But im sure your older investors where you got hurt in the past and won't buy small cap because of fear rather than actual consideration of company performance.

I give clear examples of why the company grows and fact with numbers yet you still hate on it.

If your playing with $500K+ at a time per stock, yeah maybe a small cap or medium cap stock isn't for you and won't be liquid. But like 99% of investors, most people don't have that kind of money to flip around.

Liquidity is IRRELEVANT if your in a growth stock for the long term. If I bought TNA last year at $0.10 and sold now at $0.25, what's the problem? It's liquid enough to get out. If your both savvy traders, look at the level 2 on it, more than enough bids even for six figure orders. So where's the problem?

Stop hating on me and treating me like pumpers on here that only have spec stocks with NO GROWTH OR PROFITS. It's not right!
Plus if you guys that promoted GC.T a while back had any sort of research skills, you would of seen last year that GC bought card rooms in Tukwila. Isn't that where TNA is? Bingo!
 

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Still holding over 200% gain over the last 18 months when I posted here. Year end results are out in April and Q1 in May. But a deal will be announced earlier than that. My guess is it's in between 45-50 cents, around 10X earnings which is a steal for a clean casino company like TNA.V

Someone under Anon has been cleaning up stock up to 41 cents, odds are they know more about the deal than the rest of the market.
 

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New multi year high on TNA. Still trading at less than 10 times CAD earnings though. Financials on Sedar look real good.
 

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