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Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
This one looks HOT, HOT, HOT! Waking up!

Phoenix Associates Releases Unaudited Balance Sheet for Year Ended December 31, 2004

COVINGTON, LA, Aug 03, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS) today announced that Dennis Kowalski of Kowalski & Associates has completed an initial review of the Company's Balance Sheet for the period ended December 31, 2004. This balance sheet, while unaudited, represents that the total stockholders equity (net worth) of Phoenix is about $39.7 million. Mr. Kowalski's firm has been contracted to audit 2003, 2004, and 2005 and will work in conjunction with the law firm of Dickinson/Wright to help make Phoenix a fully reporting company by mid to late 2006.
As indicated by Mr. Kowalski, this unaudited compilation consists of presenting, in the form of financial statements, information that is provided by and is the representation of management. He has not audited the accompanying financial statement and, accordingly he does not express an opinion or any other form of assurance regarding the statement. It is management's intent that a full audit be performed for the years ended December 31, 2003, December 31, 2004 and December 31, 2005. It is anticipated that the audits for the years 2003, 2004 and 2005 will begin in the fourth quarter of 2005. Management does not anticipate material changes as a result of the upcoming audit.

Mr. Kowalski indicated that management elected to omit at this time, with the exception of those listed below, all disclosures and accompanying footnotes, until such time as the audits are performed. As a result, the attached unaudited balance sheet for the year ended December 31, 2004 is not designed for those who are not informed about such matters.

* Land access: consists of a rights agreement initiated on August 29, 1997, including (5) five-year renewals into 2023.

* Depletable property: a percentage of proven mineral reserves totaling $266,000,000.

Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix, stated, "I have made the decision to release this preliminary balance sheet information in the spirit of providing as much information to our investors as can reasonably be made available on a timely basis, as we prepare for the full audit of our financials, and work toward Phoenix becoming a fully reporting company. We are pleased that this preliminary information provides an indication to our shareholders that Phoenix has a net worth of about $39.7 million, based on what we believe to be conservative estimates of the full value of our mineral rights."


Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
Consolidated Balance Sheet
(Unaudited)
As of December 31, 2004
Assets
Current Assets:
Cash and cash equivalents 60,676
Accounts receivable 83,000
Inventories 9,500,000
---------------------
Total current assets 9,643,676
Fixed assets:
Property, plant & equipment 1,918,300
Accumulated depreciation (455,490)
Land access * 850,000
Accumulated depreciation (238,000)
Depletable property * 26,000,000
Accumulated depletion (6,240,000)
Leasehold improvements 18,527,500
Accumulated depreciation (4,323,083)
---------------------
Total fixed assets 36,039,227
Other assets:
Prepaid expenses 0
---------------------
Total other assets 0
Total assets 45,682,903
=====================
Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity
Current liabilities:
Accounts payable 6,382
Current portion of long term debt 0
Other current liabilities 741,467
Other accrued expenses 7,425
---------------------
Total current liabilities 755,274
Non-current liabilities
Note payable - stockholder 378,176
Interest payable 30,765
Other non-current liabilities 4,859,382
---------------------
Total non-current liabilities 5,268,323
Stockholders' equity
Preferred stock - affiliates 5,045,000
Common stock, .01 par value, 214,402,969
shares issued at December 31, 2004 2,144,030
Paid - in - capital 33,327,719
Retained earnings (857,443)
---------------------
Total stockholders' equity 39,659,306
Total liabilities and
stockholders' equity 45,682,903
=====================


PBLS -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
Com ($0.001)

Address:
P.O. Box 1358
Covington, LA 70458-1358
USA


Website: http://www.pbls.biz
Phone: 985-863-0801


Business Description: Not Available

State of Incorporation: NV


Officers:
Paul Alonzo, CEO

Outstanding Shares: 82,666,637 as of 2002-09-04

Estimated Market Cap: Not Available


COMPANY INTRODUCTION

Phoenix Associate Land Syndicate, Inc. is a holding company with assets in sand & gravel, soil products, land development, plumbing, trucking, contract hauling, construction, swimming pool construction and construction related industries. Its stock is traded publicly on the Pink Sheets Bulletin Board under the symbol: PBLS.

Current Operating Business Units are:

Mining Division
Murphy Sand & Gravel
D.B.I.


Construction Division
Heaslip Construction
Ann Arbor Pools
Great Lakes Pool Plastering
California Plumbing

Trucking Division
Bayou State Trucking

Acquisitions/Business Development
Brazilian Land Sale
Indigo (Lazy Day Market and Mud Room)
Log Home Manufacturing


The Phoenix corporate core philosophy is to acquire companies that:
Have unrealized profit potential and are willing and eager to work within the Phoenix "family" to improve their company's performance.

Are motivated and need business guidance and/or financial assistance in order to succeed.

Have owners that wish to divest of a company for retirement and/or other personal issues.

To properly develop and consistently grow as a holding company, other companies such as those described will be added through continued acquisition. This effort will result in an increase in positive cash flow by tapping the sales potential inherent in the newly acquired companies and their assets. As PBLS moves its growth strategy forward, its gross revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and shareholder value will be driven markedly higher, increasing shareholder value.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
At it's 10 day volume already!!! Go baby.....Gonna' eat up the .004's like CAKE!
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
Man what a day... I also grabbed a couple hundred K shares here...

Anyone read the last PR this morning?

Phoenix Associates Releases Unaudited Balance Sheet for Year Ended December 31, 2004

A clip for the PR:

Stockholders' equity
Preferred stock - affiliates 5,045,000
Common stock, .01 par value, 214,402,969
shares issued at December 31, 2004 2,144,030
Paid - in - capital 33,327,719
Retained earnings (857,443)
---------------------
Total stockholders' equity 39,659,306


Do the math.....

39.7 Mill divided by 214 mill..... equals .185 pps
 
Posted by Clyde_Crashcup on :
 
I'm going in for 400,000
 
Posted by Clyde_Crashcup on :
 
Got filled. Good call Lil
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
This could definitely take off today IMO with that news. Great find lil!
 
Posted by dilemma25 on :
 
what's the bid and ask...don't have microcap
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.0045 went the ASK
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
Nice move on up! In the green already!
 
Posted by mydogsky on :
 
Clyde you fill at .004?
 
Posted by Clyde_Crashcup on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by mydogsky:
Clyde you fill at .004?

.0039 (partial fills)
 
Posted by mydogsky on :
 
jesus thing jumped to fast for me
 
Posted by mydogsky on :
 
can anyone tell me the spread...at work can't get level 2's
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by dilemma25:
what's the bid and ask...don't have microcap

.0041
.0045
 
Posted by futurama08 on :
 
Etrde wouldn't fill anything at 0.004 so now I had to get in at 0.0045. Let's see what happens
 
Posted by Clyde_Crashcup on :
 
It's rockin'
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
ASK just went to .005!!!!!! GO BABY!!!
 
Posted by maumee river rat on :
 
whats the target Lil????
 
Posted by mydogsky on :
 
dammit...and i thought i got in early this time, couldn't fill worth a crap! good luck guys!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'm looking for .0065 For my sell EASY!!!
UP 35% NOW!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
First day of BUYING with this beautiful candle....Gonna' ROCK easy today and tomorrow!
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Things are lookin' great. Keep in mind that the all-time record daily volume is around 19 million. We're already at 6 million volume and it's still the morning!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
SUPER!!!! MOVING NICE!
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
MM's are keeping the spread apart to slow it down...

They are matching buys to sells.. meaning they don't have extra shares to give away!

Once they tighten up the spread, it will go!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Yes.....it will. Father..LOL
I'm going to take my little one to the pond and feed the ducks.....LOOKING FORWARD TO THE .006's!

They're coming....Get it at the bottom!

GO BABY!
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by FatherOfTwo:

Phoenix Associates Releases Unaudited Balance Sheet for Year Ended December 31, 2004

A clip from the PR:

Stockholders' equity
Preferred stock - affiliates 5,045,000
Common stock, .01 par value, 214,402,969
shares issued at December 31, 2004 2,144,030
Paid - in - capital 33,327,719
Retained earnings (857,443)
---------------------
Total stockholders' equity 39,659,306


Do the math.....

39.7 Mill divided by 214 mill..... equals .185 pps

I went back and re-read the PR...I can not believe I am reading this!

Hell... we could buy the entire float for around 1 million at the current pps and yet it is worth $39.7 million!

This one is a no-brainer!
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
http://tinyurl.com/95rvq

Chart is looking really good....

MACD crossed and is heading back up!
Stochs crossed and diverging positive
Willimas %R crossed out of oversold and passed the 50 mark
Wilders DMI crossed (Green on top of Red)
.005 is the 20dma (resistance), so if it breaks that, it should soar!
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Thoughts about tomorrow/rest of the week with this one? I thought there'd be more volume today, but it dried up in the afternoon.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
It did quite well.....The volume was good (More than 4 times its 10 day) and the pps moved nicely...can't make 25% in the bank with your money in one day!

Should be a good week for this one.....Great news. Not bad for a stock that has never even had a thread on here.
It's getting the attention it deserves.

Good luck all.
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
What do you guys make of this news and how do you think it will affect this stock in the short-term?


Phoenix Announces a Stock Buy Back

COVINGTON, LA, Aug 04, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS) today announced that it has set aside certain funds to re-purchase and place into its treasury an unlimited number of stock certificates that are either currently free trading and/or restricted. This stock buy-back is the first of many as planned by the Phoenix Board of Directors. Phoenix hereby offers to purchase your shares based on the following:


1. PBLS will pay $.004 per share for your stock.
2. Send your stock certificate via certified - return receipt requested
mail to:
P.O.Box 1358
Covington, Louisiana 70434-1358
3. With your certificate send a letter, in your own words, stating that
you are selling the stock back to Phoenix for $0.004 per share and
that you request your payment on same within thirty (30) days.
4. Sign the back of your certificate as the seller along with your
letter.
5. Phoenix will handle the ensuing paperwork and pay you for your stock
within thirty (30) days of the receipt of your letter and your
signed certificate.

Forward-Looking Statements
This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will" and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements. By their very nature, forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or that of our industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding the Company's business or proposed business, which are not historical facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.


For More Information Contact:
Ron Blackburn
(985) 845-4627
Contact via http://www.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct?id=E7347B73046F05E8

Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 292-0982
Contact via http://www.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct?id=16321CC931FD737E

SOURCE: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

[ August 04, 2005, 08:22: Message edited by: Albireo ]
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Some buys at .005 so far this morning. I guess the news has created a "bottom" for this stock at .004, so there is less risk for investors. Any thoughts?
 
Posted by Jerm on :
 
Wish I knew... but there sure is a lot of activity at .005! Any ideas folks?
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Up to .0051!
 
Posted by futurama08 on :
 
LOL What if you bought the stock at 0.0045?
 
Posted by futurama08 on :
 
Anyone have L2's to post?
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
The way I see the PR, this buyback has turned this stock into one with an absolute bottom (at least temporarily) at .004. Which means, as an investor I have less of a risk knowing that my shares are AT LEAST worth .004 no matter what the MMs do. This is a great incentive to invest in this stock, especially since PBLS has indicated that there is more of this to come. After sorting this all out in my head, I think this is definitely very positive news. GL all.
 
Posted by futurama08 on :
 
0.006!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Glad you all made bank! I sure did!

Take some profits and put it in WDAM. On a dip and gonna' do the same thing this one did. I just got more of it!
Great play for the rest of the day and tomorrow! See the thread
 
Posted by PhoenixStockMaster on :
 
Do you have any more info on this stock. I have done some research. Looks like this might come up a bit. Do you have any thought on how quick we might reach .014 - .018? I'd like to get in on this for about 200,000 sh. But, don't wanna loose a crapload. thoughts?
 
Posted by Jerm on :
 
Yup... just made 33% profit myself... thanks for the heads up on this one, Lil!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
You bet Jerm.....
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
I just sold my free shares to buy more WDAM... it is on fire!
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Not bad, up 16% for the day. Two big green days in a row, should be a buy confirmed today.
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
Any thoughts on tmws movement?
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
A m e r i c a n B u l l s . c o m - August 4, 2005

PBLS

PHOENIX ASSOCIATES LAND SYNDICATE
Daily Commentary

Our system posted a BUY CONFIRMED today. The previous SELL recommendation that was confirmed was made on 07.11.2005 (24) days ago, when the stock price was 0.0056. Since then PBLS has gained 3.57%.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
NICE today.....I got out...Had to play some others. The chart still looks great. RSI headed north....nice MACD and beautiful candles...Go for another big one!!!

I'll be looking to jump back in on the low!
 
Posted by pensandoenti67 on :
 
one ready to explode AMNI
 
Posted by dingbat on :
 
pens, why don't you just start a new thread, instead of spamming the whole board with your amni
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Spread .0056 x .0057, should pick up activity soon.
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
Lost some ground today. Time to reload.
Next week should be good.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Yes it should....I'm looking for a rentry on the down for the bounce...Got my eyes on it.
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
PBLS -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
Com ($0.001)

COMPANY NEWS AND PRESS RELEASES FROM OTHER SOURCES:

Phoenix Announces Plans to Accelerate the Process of Becoming a Fully Reporting Company

COVINGTON, LA, Aug 08, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (OTC: PBLS), a holding company with assets in sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, construction, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, today announced it plans to accelerate the move to become a fully reporting company.
Mr. Alonzo, President and CEO of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, announced that the Board of Directors made the decision to accelerate this process in an attempt to increase the price of our stock for our shareholders of the company. Our accountants and legal team will proceed with all possible haste to make our fully reporting status become a reality in the shortest amount of time.

For more information about Phoenix, go to the Company's website at: http://www.pbls.biz

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will" and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements. By their very nature, forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or that of our industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding the Company's business or proposed business, which are not historical facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.


For More Information, Contact:
Ron Blackburn
(985) 845-4627
Contact via http://www.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct?id=7836A27352973AE9

Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 292-0982
Contact via http://www.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct?id=19A28037E95E79DA

SOURCE: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate


Copyright 2005 Market Wire, All rights reserved.

-0-

SUBJECT CODE: Real Estate and Construction:Construction
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Seems like the company is really being aggressive to become fully reporting.

BTW: There is (suprisingly) some very good information regarding this company on ragingbull. Especially interesting is a person's in-depth report of what they witnessed when they visited this company. It all looks very positive, and it will undoubtely fly when it becomes fully reporting.

(Thx to FatherofTwo for the following math:
39.7 Mill stockholder equity divided by 214 mill outstanding shares ..... equals .185 pps, yes that's a 3,458% gain or a 35-bagger!)
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Buying volume has outnumbered selling volume so far today (roughly 3 to 2). Seems to be an excellent long-term hold.
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Well, today went south at first but tried to make a comeback eod. Any way you slice it, the company is very successful and their stock is extremely undervalued. RSI is about 45 and it looks ready for a run. All of this is primed by the excellent PRs put out over the past week.

O/S (as listed in the PR dated 08/03/05): 214,402,969 common stock + 5,045,000 preferred stock = 219,447,969.

The company released the following news:

1) Unaudited financials last week that values their stock (conservatively) at .185 per share (see FatherofTwo's post at beginning of this thread). Note: based on the current stock price, if this pps occurred it would result in a 35-bagger (3400% gain).

2) Unlimited Company Buy-back of shares @ .0040, thus providing a "floor" for the pps of the stock to prevent further MM decline manipulation. I find this solution to MM manipulation extremely effective and creative and applaud PBLS for their ingenuity.

***** Furthermore, "This stock buy-back is the first of many as planned by the Phoenix Board of Directors." ***** This is incredible!

3) Plans to complete the transition to the OTCBB "with haste." Original plan was to become fully-reporting by mid to late 2006, but this was before the PR today announcing the acceleration of this schedule. Stay tuned to find out the updated schedule for this transition. I anticipate (based on today's news) that it might hit the OTCBB by early 2006.

Another interesting tid-bit of information from a recent PR:

* Depletable property: a percentage of proven mineral reserves totaling $266,000,000. If you were to use this value instead and divide it by the O/S, you would come up with a pps of $1.21 (over 24000% from where it is now!). While this may not be a plausible figure in the near-term, it shows you what kind of potential PBLS has in the future.

Now, if you're not the "long-term holding" type, just take a look at the chart and I think you'll realize that a run is imminent based on the last few months and the fact that there is now a floor at a pps of .004 (which is really a special aspect of this stock right now).

So, do your DD and decide for yourself. I expect more great news from PBLS very soon, and this may very well be the last remaining days to enter in at this bargain price range IMO.

(Note: PRs are almost always released between 7:00 and 7:03 AM Eastern Time with this company via Marketwire.)
 
Posted by man4apenny on :
 
btw, don't know if anyone here is aware of it but someone from RB board (misty) took a trip down there last month and took some pictures of his visit. He has been in since 03 and noticed a lot of improvements with their equipment since then. If anyone wants the pics I can email them or you can contact misty on RB. I am buying more since this is so undervalued here. Short term 1.5-2 cents is a slam dunk imo.
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Found out from another source that the current O/S is actually around 454 mill, not 220 mill. However, the PR that came out last week with unaudited financials was based on an ending date of December 31, 2004, so the company may very well have increased in value since then, which with the increased O/S may still result in similar PPS expectations.
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
News out 7:00 AM ET 08/10/05:

Updated Buy Back Proposal

COVINGTON, LA, Aug 10, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS) is very pleased to announce that in its ongoing efforts to support Phoenix stock and supply the best value for shareholders, President Paul Alonzo has decided to increase the amount offered per share for the unlimited repurchase of PBLS common stock to $0.0041.
Phoenix hereby offers to purchase your shares based on the following:


1. PBLS will pay $.0041 per share for your stock.
2. Send your stock certificate via certified - return receipt requested
mail to:
P.O.Box 1358
Covington, Louisiana 70434-1358
3. With your certificate send a letter, in your own words, stating that
you are selling the stock back to Phoenix for $0.0041 per share and
that you request your payment on same within thirty (30) days.
4. Sign the back of your certificate as the seller along with your
letter.
5. Phoenix will handle the ensuing paperwork and pay you for your stock
within thirty (30) days of the receipt of your letter and your signed
certificate.

Mr. Alonzo also would like to inform all shareholders that Phoenix does not announce any acquisition prior to conclusion of the deal but in this case PBLS will inform shareholders that Phoenix is in different stages of acquisition with:


1. Pool Contractor - Indianapolis, Indiana
2. Pool Contractor - Cincinnati, Ohio
3. Pool, Spa, Leisure Product Retail Supplier - Dayton & Cincinnati,
Ohio
4. Oil Company - Southeastern, U.S.
5. Construction Company (Site preparation) - Southwest, Louisiana

Other acquisitions are being looked at but are not at the level of interest or progression as those previously listed.
For more information about Phoenix, go to the Company's website at: http://www.pbls.biz

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will" and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements. By their very nature, forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or that of our industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding the Company's business or proposed business, which are not historical facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.


For More Information Contact:

Ron Blackburn
Phoenix
(985) 845-4627
Contact via http://www.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct?id=1EE419EB71A011D5

Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853
Contact via http://www.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct?id=0E0D19A9DAEB8795

SOURCE: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
The solid base just moved up a bit.
Hope this gets a bump.
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Wow, I can't believe this hasn't ran today. Currently the L2s say .004 x .0041, which makes this a NO-RISK investment at this price because the company announced this morning that it would BUY-BACK an unlimited amount of shares at .0041.

How many stocks out there come with a guarantee for you to be able to get out at where you entered? This is the only one I can think of. It's almost like a savings account with the likelihood of a huge interest rate. Judging from the chart, this should easily run to a penny or two with moderate buying pressure. It's only a matter of time.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Im in, haha no brainer.
 
Posted by Albireo on :
 
Looks to be runnin, up to .0048 already (high of the day). Keep a good eye on this one.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Got an eye on it for re-entry at the open....
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
Sounds like a good long term play, I'm in
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
maybe finally starting to move a little
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
Time is running out to get in. Should run soon.
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Finally, this thing is moving!!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Up 65% today!!
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
Yes!! Here we go. Looking nice.
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
Have a question.
I was looking at PBLS location which is right beside New Orleans. I wonder if they were wiped out?
You can't call their number.
Wonder why PPS and Volume were up today with no news?
Any thoughts on this?
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
Go back and read page 1, post 1 of this thread:

quote:
Phoenix Associate Land Syndicate, Inc. is a holding company with assets in sand & gravel, soil products, land development, plumbing, trucking, contract hauling, construction, swimming pool construction and construction related industries. http://www.pbls.biz/
Sound like a good business to be in right now in that area?
 
Posted by viking on :
 
I am very curious about what will happen in the morning somebody knows something. Have been holding for a long time
 
Posted by beachboync on :
 
I have been holding for atleast a month but yes daily volume is seven times the normal volume so I would say somebody knows somthing
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Lot of volume. No pps movement. L2's
 
Posted by viking on :
 
big jump cant find any news anybody else ?
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Same here. Quietly going up! Any L2's?
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Darn!!Sold some at .0085, figures, goes over .01!! Seems to happen to me. Must...get...timing....down!!! Originally a blueranger bottom pick, he said this was more of a creeper than a runner. Been in over 2 months, he was right. I should have more patience!
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
Nice to come home and see this. I had a sell order in at .009 and cancelled it before I left this morning.
Whats up with this??? Something brewing here.
Hope we are at .02 tomorrow!!!!!!!
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
hmmmmm, do I sell or do I hold???? help a n00b! lol
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
What's up here?? Keeps climbing with no news. Somethings up.
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
I think this is a common sense thing:

New Orleans = Disaster/destroyed/needs rebuilding

PBLS = Based in Louisiana. Happens to be a part of the construction business. FEMA to pay $$$ for emergency construction (see top of page 3 for dd, and page 1 for full dd in this thread).

So, just based on what you know of the awful state of NO (my heart goes out to them), you can assume that most of the construction companies in the area are being called upon to assist, and that FEMA is gonna contract as many and as quickly as possible.

Hell, there was a news bit the other day about a gravel highway being laid to reach the levees. This company is into hauling, sand, gravel, etc! While the news report didn't say what company was doing this stuff, you can bet your backside that PBLS will be involved in this massive effort in some way. It just so happens that the companies that are part of PBLS will be making bank for the cleanup at the same time they are providing necessities to FEMA and other constructions necessary.

All conjecture, but IMO, they happen to be "in the right place at the right time" for their business model!
 
Posted by man4apenny on :
 
DQ
post on RB recently was that company has survived and being on high ground near I-10 is positioned perfectly to take part in the repairs. It will be easy access for trucks. This will give them a big shot in the arm and with all the rest of the good news lately everything finally gelled imo. This will ride higher but jmo of course. GL
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
Any word on wether or not any of their companies have been involved thus far?
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
I may try to get back in. I had bought this a couple of weeks ago at .005. I had a sell triggered at .015 while I was gone today...came back to see I sold.
Good way to start holiday!!
I'll try to get more. I think this will be very good.
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bowlegtroy:
I think this is a common sense thing:

New Orleans = Disaster/destroyed/needs rebuilding

PBLS = Based in Louisiana. Happens to be a part of the construction business. FEMA to pay $$$ for emergency construction (see top of page 3 for dd, and page 1 for full dd in this thread).

So, just based on what you know of the awful state of NO (my heart goes out to them), you can assume that most of the construction companies in the area are being called upon to assist, and that FEMA is gonna contract as many and as quickly as possible.

Hell, there was a news bit the other day about a gravel highway being laid to reach the levees. This company is into hauling, sand, gravel, etc! While the news report didn't say what company was doing this stuff, you can bet your backside that PBLS will be involved in this massive effort in some way. It just so happens that the companies that are part of PBLS will be making bank for the cleanup at the same time they are providing necessities to FEMA and other constructions necessary.

All conjecture, but IMO, they happen to be "in the right place at the right time" for their business model!

but I wonder if PBLS is listed as state contractor, my understanding of the way most states work is only a certain number of vendors or companys are allowed to bid on projects.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Doesn't take much to become a contractor to the state, a few weeks at most for the paperwork and you can bid a project. A lot of states tend to push the small business enterprises and the disadvantage businesses over the big boys. I can imagine there will be a lot of construction contracts available at this point.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
One thing they would have a huge leap on would be the trucking which they could easily subcontract to a larger contractor down there.
 
Posted by man4apenny on :
 
As far as being a contractor for the state, they are already involved with some interstate exit/entrance ramp. It is on their website if you care to do some dd. So, I think they could easily take the next step and expand in selling their gravel/sand to the govt. to fix the interstate for starters. This is going to take years to rebuild the city and infrastructure imo.
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
Press Release Source: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Message From the President of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
Tuesday September 6, 7:00 am ET

COVINGTON, LA--(MARKET WIRE)--Sep 6, 2005 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Other OTC:PBLS.PK - News), a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, today announced, although our mining operation sustained a direct hit, that Phoenix has survived Hurricane Katrina and is feverously working to maintain its continued growth. As most of you already know, our mining company, Murphy Sand & Gravel, is located in Pearl River, Louisiana, and is the closest mining operation to the New Orleans area and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Our location has millions of tons of soil, sand and gravel and we stand ready to furnish material to help rebuild the devastated areas surrounding the Gulf Coast communities and the City of New Orleans. In the best interest of our stockholders, this disaster should almost certainly cause a re-evaluation of the $300,000,000 in reserves located on the company's 820-acre site. Thank all of you for your enthusiastic support of Phoenix while we continue to grow our company. We have some great announcements coming up soon. THANK YOU.

ADVERTISEMENT
Forward-looking Statements

This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will," and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements, by their very nature, forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements or that of our industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding the Company's business or proposed business which are not historical facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and uncertainties such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.


Contact:

For More Information Contact:

Ron Blackburn
Phoenix
(419) 944-7720

Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853


Source: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
0.017 and still going!
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
that was a good way to start the day, anyone else following this run?
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yes, very nice indeed! Holding pretty steady right now, may see another one this afternoon.
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
Yes, I had to sell a little today to cover some other losses, but I'm looking to hold the rest for a while
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Keep a close eye on this one...........

Too cheap for all the work to be done.......

Assets are worth over $300,000,000

Do some DD and see where its located.

Sand, Gravel, Soil.......

Trucks for hauling.......

Construction crews.......

And Billions of Dollars worth of work needed to be done in their area.........

All set up for the work.............

Already getting work..............

More News coming soon.............
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Sounded like it was gonna be a 200 billion job to cleanup down there and thats probably the low side.
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Sounded like it was gonna be a 200 billion job to cleanup down there and thats probably the low side.
................................................
Yes and am hearing on news this moment.......

Lots of Oil sluge has to be cleaned up and hauled off....

Sounds like they will need soil too........
[Smile]
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
You need to DD this company............

Its got more PRs coming

and

its coiling up to break out
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
PBLS breaking out
 
Posted by futurama08 on :
 
Where do you see this going?
 
Posted by jbill on :
 
with the tracks of CRX being out between N O and Mobile PBLS should move up. I HOPE
 
Posted by futurama08 on :
 
hope someone is watching. spread is good, ask isnt coming down....5's here we come
 
Posted by viking on :
 
I think we will see some attention on the boards if this holds EOD. Sold 200K for some green, will hold the rest long term
 
Posted by man4apenny on :
 
viking
same here sold 200k but keeping most for the much bigger ride coming. Btw, dont know if anyone here knows but rumor has it Txi may buy this for .48-.52cents. They have a gravel pit 14miles from hard hit areas but their pit is depleted. They have many more trucks than pbls and with all the cash they have could buy pbls in a heartbeat. It would be a good "natural fit". GL
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
Hey just wondering, those of you that just sold 200k shares, those must have been partial fills right?
 
Posted by man4apenny on :
 
unreal- No, they werent. Swallowed it up whole! lol Going to add btw on any pullback since this could go much higher imo. GL
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by man4apenny:
unreal- No, they werent. Swallowed it up whole! lol Going to add btw on any pullback since this could go much higher imo. GL

yea I wish I had only invested more! I was able to sell enough on the last run to make my investment back, so now i'm playing with "Mad Money" lol
 
Posted by daveespo05 on :
 
PBLS is going to jam this week. This company has $300,000,000 worth of gravel, rock, sand and soil in their LOUISIANA pit. Every destroyed road, parking lot and building that has to be rebuilt due to Katrina needs these basic materials.
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
This a great link even has pics that were taken by someone who looked over the company in late July.............

Also a couple of DD links inside too..........


http://www.geocities.com/iampaulnew/pbls/index

..........................................

The Great Louisiana Gold Rush is upon us......
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
NEWS AND GAPPING........................

The President of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Updates Shareholders
Sep 12, 2005 7:00:00 AM
COVINGTON, LA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 09/12/05 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (OTC: PBLS), a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, today issues the following statement from its President:

"I am writing this release with a certain amount of emotion and sadness concerning the areas, the people and the landmarks I have known all of my life and this same statement is made with the full knowledge and belief that the people of New Orleans, the surrounding areas and the Mississippi Gulf Coast will rebound and make all of it greater than it ever was in the last five hundred years of its colorful history. As we fled for our lives to protect our families, our friends and our loved ones, we have been and continue to be made aware, through the news media, of the horror and tragedy caused by Hurricane Katrina. In these videos we witnessed ordinary people become heroes as they saved the less fortunate victims from roof tops, from flooded streets and from every other situation that could be imagined. THANKS TO ALL OF YOU HEROES -- we know who you are -- Superman did not come to the rescue -- YOU DID. I only wish that I could have been young enough and strong enough to have been one of you. You are the military, policemen, fire fighters, political leaders, and volunteers and you are the best of us and we are the rest of us. It will be up to the rest of us to do our small part in bringing our area back -- AND WE WILL. God is watching what we do and we must do it right. The rest of us must not fall short of the standard that was set by our HEROES.

"While these videos rolled around the world showing the worst disaster in American history, an incredible effort to stop the rising flood waters was being orchestrated during which you may remember seeing three-ton bags of sand being dropped into the breached drainage canals at the 17th street canal (this canal separates Orleans Parish and Jefferson Parish) and also at the industrial canal (this canal connects the Mississippi River to Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans). Guess who supplied much of the sand to the contractors that did the work? You did through your investment in Phoenix and its Mining Division -- Murphy Sand & Gravel. All of this leads me to the intent of this statement -- THANK YOU PHOENIX INVESTORS FOR DOING YOUR PART TO ASSIST IN THIS DISASTER -- JOB WELL DONE. As you watch the past and upcoming videos you will see truckers that have worked for Bayou State Trucking and materials obtained from Murphy Sand & Gravel and contractors that Phoenix worked with, that are carrying out the day-to-day repairs and cleanup. As Phoenix investors your continued support of Phoenix has put us in a position to do our small part in rebuilding this region."

Paul Alonzo, President

Forward-looking Statements

This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will," and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements; by their very nature, forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements or that of our industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding the Company's business or proposed business which are not historical facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and uncertainties such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.

For More Information Contact:
Ron Blackburn
Phoenix
(419) 944-7720

Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853
 
Posted by viking on :
 
Up 40% today this is flying. This stock has made me lots of monney
 
Posted by viking on :
 
This one is flying 60%
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
NEW 52 week high................
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
Very nice, how much higher can this thing go?? I'm up 1,400+% on my investment! its gotta slow down some time...

GO PBLS !!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Great movement today!
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
Strong EOD upswing.
 
Posted by firefighterswct on :
 
I think this may gap up this morning !!
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
...are we losing steam or is this pull back just profit taking???
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
No steam loss yet. Just some profit taking it looks like!
 
Posted by Doctoall on :
 
Do we need another thread for thsi stock?
 
Posted by The Nice Guy on :
 
bring it up so doctoall won't get upset by those who manufacture new threads daily for excisting ones. [Smile]
 
Posted by Doctoall on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Nice Guy:
bring it up so doctoall won't get upset by those who manufacture new threads daily for excisting ones. [Smile]

Thanks
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
Sorry doc, take a chill pill, couldn't find the old inactive thread. GLTA
 
Posted by jbill on :
 
HI everyone does anyone have any thoughts how much higher this one is going?I just don't want to lose my buttlike I have done before,reading press releases how great they are doing. THANKS
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Taken from another board

~~~~~~~~ PBLS DD ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

466 million outstanding shares, per mid-August 2005 call with CEO.
Float 159 million

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Current Market-cap based of $.07 PPS = $32.6 million

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Murphy Sand & Gravel division (820 acres)-- Reserves estimated at $260 million (more recent company materials also show $300 million, like the Sept. 6, 2005 PR).

February 1997 gave us an estimate of “$260 million based on the lowest prices charged by each of the other mining operations in the area for like products” (source: June 14, 2005 news release)

Estimate is from almost 9 years ago… based on “lowest prices charged”.

Estimate that the sand and gravel property re-evaluation comes in over $500 million. With 466 million shares out, that’s over $1 per share in sand/gravel reserves.

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Projected earnings for 2005 of $10 million, per September05 call with company.
$10M/ 466M o/s = 2.15 cents per share of earnings
apply a typical 15X multiple for $0.32 share price

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For 2006 earnings add in all the Katrina work, plus recent/new acquisitions
Estimate that to be $25 million for 2006 and assume 100M more restricted shares
$25M/566 o/s = 4.4 cents per share of forward looking 2006 earnings
apply a typical 15X multiple for $0.66 share price
(this last one is just me making a somewhat educated guess)
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
CNN just showed it was going to take about $3 billion to repair the roads along the gulf. Thats some serious sand and gravel [Smile] I bet they eat that up.
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Yesterday, the Army Corps of Engineers said that, on FEMA's behalf, it would award $1.5 billion in contracts for debris removal this week."
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
From another site..........................

By: stervc (A GREAT POST ON PBLS)...
13 Jun 2005, 02:42 AM EDT
Msg. 225246 of 225266
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My PBLS Thoughts…

From talking to a friend of mine this past weekend, PBLS is significantly undervalued in my opinion and I recommend for all to do their own due diligence (DD) to see for them selves. Below is the potential that I see as to where PBLS could trade and why.

The company has verified its share structure and will be updating the public very soon from my understanding. From what I gathered, the Outstanding Shares (OS) will be well under 400 million shares. The Float will be under 150 million shares. Because of such, I will use those numbers as a worse case scenario for making my points for what I fundamentally see in PBLS.

I am told that any information that I am posting can be verified by the company by calling Ron Blackburn, Director of Acquisitions and Business Development at (985) 845-0773 or cell phone (419) 944-7720.

The PBLS Website:
http://www.pbls.biz/index.htm

** PBLS has $300 million (conservatively) in assets in sand and gravel and $35 million in fixed assets such as machinery, equipment, etc. The total amount for assets is $335 million.

** The company has $0 expenses and liabilities that will total no more than $1 million.

** I will assume a worse case scenario and say that the expenses could reach up to be $150 million for excavating to take out the sand from the gravel. I am very confident that such is very much overkill.

** PBLS has begun the process of becoming fully reporting since 23 May 05.

Below are some key fundamental considerations about PBLS:

The Book Value
(Assets – Liabilities) ÷ Outstanding Shares = Book Value (BV)
($335,000,000 - $1,000,000) ÷ 400,000,000 = BV
$334,000,000 ÷ 400,000,000 = .835 cents

The Book Value (BV) is the amount that a company could give to their shareholders after liquidating all of their assets to pay off all debts, creditors, etc. I don’t think that PBLS is about to go Bankruptcy, but if they did, I would have to say that it would be safe to presume that shareholders would receive some value near the .835 cents as I have shown above.

The BV is also considered if for some reason any Tender Offer (TO) was made to buyout PBLS. The BV would be one of a few key variables used to determine where the price of a buyout should be. I’m not sure if a buyout is in the mix or not, but I am just hypothetically speaking. Let’s look at another fundamental concept with PBLS.

The Market Capital Analysis
The market cap of a stock is determined by multiplying the stock price by the Outstanding Shares (OS). This is the amount that is expected to reflect the worth of a company if you wanted to purchase that company.

Currently, the market cap for PBLS is:

.014 x 400,000,000 = $5,600,000

Theoretically, what I see is that if you wanted to buy PBLS, you could do so for $5,600,000 in total if the company agreed to sell such to you. Such could be considered fair on one end because of the price of the stock. However, because of the amount of assets, totaling $335 million, selling for $5,600,000 would be considered extremely cheap until the share price rises to a number closer to the $335 million once the share price has been multiplied by the OS.

In this example, $335 million is 59.8 times higher than its current market cap of $5.6 million and clearly shows that PBLS could be considered hugely undervalued by 59.8 times its current share price. Let’s look at another fundamental concept with PBLS that most people would use upon the completion of the quarterly and annual reports.

The Earnings Per Share (EPS) Analysis
Revenues – Expenses = Income
Income ÷ Outstanding Shares = EPS

The company is scheduled to make at least $10million in revenues. With the completion of some pending acquisitions, PBLS could make $30 million this year. The company is planning on using preferred shares to acquire companies with a 5 year restriction before they can be converted to common shares. PBLS settled and completed negotiations to settle $3.5 million in debt on 25 Feb 05.

To remain conservative, I will say that PBLS will need to spend $5 million to make $10 million. This will leave an Income of $5 million. Then observe below:

$5,000,000 ÷ 400,000,000 = .0125 cent(s)

Multiply by a conservative PE ratio of 12 and you have:

12 x .0125 = .15 cents

This means that PBLS is worth .15 cents if things happen at or near as I mentioned above. With PBLS sitting on $300 million worth of sand and gravel in assets that is ready to be sold, I think that the odds might be in favor of PBLS for potentially reaching an EPS 5 to 10 times higher than the one that derived the price of .15 cents above. Just use half of the $300 million ($150 million) in place of the $5 million above in the formula and see what you get. The beauty behind PBLS is that we don’t have to wait or speculate about them having the $300 million in assets because the company already has them.

I have no idea where the price of PBLS will be heading, but I just shared some food for thought as to what I see in the potential for PBLS and why I think that PBLS is significantly undervalued. This is an opportunity that I felt necessary for all to radar and DD to at least be aware of. I hope this helps.

All is well!
http://www.sterlingsclass.com/
;-)
Sterling
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
>076 x .077

Gapping hard
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Some profit taking going on, how much more do you think this could run?
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
Another breakout
 
Posted by viking on :
 
some people think this should be .25 now and depending on the Fema contracts this can be HUGE
I am not SELLING
 
Posted by jbill on :
 
they had a program on tv about New Orleans,and stated the dirt that was under water is very toxic,and will need to be replaced.The mine that PBLS owns is worth a lot more than 300 million
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
The politics are such that there will be tremendous pressure to hire local Lousianna firms such as PBLS. This will help. Right place-right time
 
Posted by daveespo05 on :
 
Still cheap, imo
 
Posted by jbill on :
 
I meant 300 thousand - Sorry
 
Posted by daveespo05 on :
 
No, Jbill, the value of that mine is $300,000,000. You were right the first time COVINGTON, LA--(MARKET WIRE)--Sep 6, 2005 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Other OTC:PBLS.PK - News), a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, today announced, although our mining operation sustained a direct hit, that Phoenix has survived Hurricane Katrina and is feverously working to maintain its continued growth. As most of you already know, our mining company, Murphy Sand & Gravel, is located in Pearl River, Louisiana, and is the closest mining operation to the New Orleans area and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Our location has millions of tons of soil, sand and gravel and we stand ready to furnish material to help rebuild the devastated areas surrounding the Gulf Coast communities and the City of New Orleans. In the best interest of our stockholders, this disaster should almost certainly cause a re-evaluation of the $300,000,000 in reserves located on the company's 820-acre site. Thank all of you for your enthusiastic support of Phoenix while we continue to grow our company. We have some great announcements coming up soon. THANK YOU.
 
Posted by jbill on :
 
dave--- I must have went brain dead for a moment.
Just glad to finally make some money for a change.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Well, today was a good one. Here is hoping that it continues for a while.
Even if it fluctuates short term, I see this as at least a hold until winter/spring after the FEMA contracts have been sorted out. This company should be rolling in it by then.
 
Posted by OnceApenny on :
 
Sep 15, 2005 7:00:36 AM

COVINGTON, LA, Sep 15, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) --

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS) a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, today announced that WE ARE BACK! Phoenix is back from temporary offices in Galveston, Texas and is now operating in its home base in Madisonville, Louisiana and Pearl River, Louisiana.

Phoenix has contractors working on both sites and will open the gravel pit office on Monday, September 19, 2005. We now have eight telephone lines working on the ground and eight cellular telephones back in operation. Both locations have electricity and contractors are calling Phoenix like I have never witnessed before, because everybody is desperate for material.

This morning I received the signed faxed copy of a binding letter of intent (LOI) prepared by the law firm of Dickinson and Wright, from the two oil companies we are purchasing. I will keep you informed when we have the hard copies of the LOI, and when we complete the due diligence process on these acquisitions. We will also then provide specific information on the leases we have acquired, the oil wells we have in operation and the oil wells we will be drilling. STAY TUNED.
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
MAd at myself. Bought this before storm at.005 and sold it after storm for .015...thought I really did good.
Good luck to all. I'll catch another one somewhere down the line.
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
PBLS gapping again

Geeeeze what a ride..............
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Teens???????????
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
reminds me of the early days of tasr
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Now wouldn't that be lovely?
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 

 
Posted by Doctoall on :
 
hammond_man
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COVINGTON, LA--(MARKET WIRE)--Sep 15, 2005 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (Other OTC:PBLS.PK - News) a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, today announced that WE ARE BACK! Phoenix is back from temporary offices in Galveston, Texas and is now operating in its home base in Madisonville, Louisiana and Pearl River, Louisiana.
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Phoenix has contractors working on both sites and will open the gravel pit office on Monday, September 19, 2005. We now have eight telephone lines working on the ground and eight cellular telephones back in operation. Both locations have electricity and contractors are calling Phoenix like I have never witnessed before, because everybody is desperate for material.

This morning I received the signed faxed copy of a binding letter of intent (LOI) prepared by the law firm of Dickinson and Wright, from the two oil companies we are purchasing. I will keep you informed when we have the hard copies of the LOI, and when we complete the due diligence process on these acquisitions. We will also then provide specific information on the leases we have acquired, the oil wells we have in operation and the oil wells we will be drilling. STAY TUNED.
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Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
*kicks self repeatedly for selling way early and locking funds into other stocks*
 
Posted by nectarsyem on :
 
Any guess on what it will bottom out with today?
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Hopefully we just saw the end of the selloffs and we start proceeding upward again.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Anybody see this drop to .063 on scottrade???
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
"This morning I received the signed faxed copy of a binding letter of intent (LOI) prepared by the law firm of Dickinson and Wright, from the two oil companies we are purchasing."

Two oil companies we are purchasing? where'd that come from?
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
Always buy on panic selling. This stock has a great story
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Could just be a lot of profit taking on the drop today. This stock has run up far and fast this month.
 
Posted by OnceApenny on :
 
Today only Pebbles
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Typical selloff Friday too. I can see this runup again early next week. I'm looking forward to more PR's, they have so many exciting things going on.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
I took advantage and got some more. I see this really paying off in Jan-Feb after they have some quarterly results from all of this activity coming.
 
Posted by jbill on :
 
I almost cried when the price dropped--but loaded backup anyway---It will do good next week
 
Posted by jbill on :
 
If anyone has any doubts about this stock
go to Ragingbull.com and look at the posting of Misty 8686 on the PBLS message board
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
I sold at end of day yesterday and got back in today at 5. I dont' usually get back in once I'm out but this is a Louisanna company and I know politics(my field) will favor the local firms getting the contracts. This I know!
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
Still kicking my butt for selling at .015. Bought at 1/2 cent and sold at 1 1/2 cents.
Thought I was really kicking butt.
Only butt kicked was mine.
Good luck to all.
Not chasing anything.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Hey you got some profit, thats all that matters. We know the potential on this one, definately undervalued.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
I know people in penny land usually look a lot more at momentum and charts etc. But I am traditionally a value investor and have only recently started looking into micro-caps. As far as I can tell, this is one of the best long term value plays that I think I have ever seen. I obviously haven't been able to look at any type of financials that would allow a definitive opinion, but just looking at their assets, the current situation and demand for their products and services, and also the fact that they are in an aggressive growth pattern as far as acquisitions tells me that this stock is so undervalued as to be insane!
 
Posted by Pudzilla76 on :
 
This is my first time to post anything on a weblog. I just wanted to thank whoever it was that first mentioned PBLS.PK back in early August. I bought 75000 shares when it was .0038 because of rumors of the Highway Bill getting passed. I really don't know what to do from here since I have never looked at PINK SHEETS before so I'm holding on to it. All of my previous investments are job related 401K plans and one IRA account. I just hate it that investors are so wide open to scammers on the PINKs. Any advice is appreciated.
 
Posted by OnceApenny on :
 
Phoenix Enters Into Irrevocable Letter of Intent to Acquire Mid-South Resources, Inc. and Rome Oil and Gas Company
Market Wire - September 19, 2005 7:08 AM (EDT)

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COVINGTON, LA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Sep 19, 2005 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS), a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, today announced that it has fully executed an irrevocable binding letter of intent for the acquisition of Mid-South Resources, Inc., and Rome Oil and Gas Company. The final due diligence is being performed this week and the definitive acquisition agreement, based on the irrevocable binding letter of intent, is being prepared by the Company's law firm, Dickinson Wright.

Mr. Paul Alonzo, CEO and President of Phoenix, stated, "We will not be competing with the Exxon, Shell, and Texaco's of the World, but we are now a boutique for the smaller deals that are of no interest to the larger companies. There are thousands of fields and wells available to Phoenix that were not finished or shut down, and were not profitable when oil prices were between $15 and $20 per barrel. Now that the price of oil per barrel exceeds $60 these fields can be re-opened to provide oil and gas to our country." Mr. Alonzo added, "This is the reason we are jumping in to the oil and gas business, and it should be a good ride for each of you. Phoenix will apply its expertise in management, finance and growth and intends to make this division into a winner for everyone. With this acquisition we are getting producing wells, leases, lease options and wells to be re-opened."

Mr. Alonzo commented further, "Today, Monday, September 19, 2005, the Company's gravel mining operations are open and the truckers are returning. Phoenix is also gearing up its construction division because of Hurricane Katrina. There will be no shortage of real news on these three business areas in the upcoming months."
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Pud
Here is some food for thought:

http://www.pbls.biz/hc.htm

http://www.pbls.biz/hcPhotos.htm

http://ragingbull.lycos.com/mboard/boards.cgi?board=PBLS&board=PBLS&read=7174&startfrom=&numposts=50
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
PBLS Gapping.............
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
What the hell happened to pbls today?
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Total $ traded since 9/6/05

9/6/05 $869,407.20
9/7/05 $945,876.30
9/8/05 $484,254.80
9/9/05 $890,653.40
9/12/05 $1,799,477.50
9/13/05 $1,118,570.60*
9/14/05 $3,179,043.20
9/15/05 $4,154,640.80
9/16/05 $2,142,109.00
9/19/05 $1,063,733.60*

Total $16,647,766.40

Notice
On 9/13 the price. We traded just as many $s today @ a lower price. What that means is people who bought the same amount of $s today, got more shares, And more shares means less shares on the market. They are loading and loading and loading now that they bought back the shares they didn't have @ .128, and sold. Get ready for the next run.
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
From another board

Before the day begins
The dynamics of an M&M
To be clear, MM make money just like us. Below is how and why they are able to. So regardless of whether you are buying or selling, you need to know how they do it.

MMs make money from people in 2 ways. Fear & Stupidity. For a comparison, consider them like a car salesman. They make a commission on sales, period. In both cases, it doesn’t matter whether they have inventory or not. The car salesman can get his inventory (car) from another lot if he does not have it, and the MM can get his (shares) from another person. The problem for the MM, unlike the cars salesman, is he can “wait” to deliver his shares. The car guy can not. So how does the MM get this done?

They make money on the spread. Take for instance PBLS on 9/15/05. On a typical day of late, they make at least .001 on the spread minimum, and we will say .005 tops. Could be more. So for the entire day, we traded 46,617,352 shares. So at a minimum, they made $46,617.35. Of course that was until after lunch. In a few hours, they were able to increase that spread to at least .005 on that 15 million shares. That would be another .004 on top of the .001 which is $186,469.41 on JUST those 15 million shares. As you can see, that’s a commission increase of 300%. So how do they do it?

Actually pretty simple. Again, doesn’t matter whether they have the shares or not. You have a buyer and seller. What is supposed to happen is the MM buys the shares from the seller for say .127, and sells them to the buyer for .128. He then makes his .001. That’s pretty easy to understand. Now let’s say no one wants to sell. He now has a problem. He can either use his own inventory which has various pricing, or he can use the existing buyers and sellers. So what does he do?

We already said if the buyers and sellers match up, it’s easy. But if he doesn’t have inventory, he needs to “make the market”. He now can make the trade to the seller (some call it shorting since he is selling shares he does not have and has to cover later) by selling shares he does not have, in hopes of buying them from a seller at a later time. So he makes the sale. As hours and days go by, let’s just say it all works out. Both in the course of the day he gets those shares, and everyone is happy. So what happens if he continues to sell shares he does not have?

Now he needs to get them which is what you witnessed on 9/15/05. In simple terms, they started selling shares below the bid to cause triggers to be hit, and people to get distressed and sell. That simple. Once the triggers start getting hit along with the fear and panic sellers, he can open the spread to make more money. In this case, that .004 profit margin. So what can go wrong?

You might have heard of the SHO list. This simply means the MM did not make good on the transactions. He will, you can bet on that. So there you have it. If anything, look at the facts. There must have been a shortage of inventory for this to happen. Otherwise, the MM would have sold some of “his” inventory to make the market. So if you look at the data, it’s as follows. We have somewhere in the neighborhood of 159 million shares. Since 8/31/05 we have traded 376 million shares. SO going forward, and since the tide has shifted, you “could say” we need another 376 million shares traded for this event to happen again. It might and might not happen exactly this way, but it will be close.

In closing. When inventory runs out and NO ONE wants to sell, the MM will use whatever tactics he needs to get those shares he needs. So in the future, if you are a buyer, it doesn’t make much difference since you have no shares. Once you OWN shares, it’s a whole new ball game. If you can’t stand to see this event, and you KNOW your shares are worth a LOT MORE, turn off or walk away from the computer, and come back later. It really doesn’t matter to the MM what the price is. HE DOES NOT CARE. He does care however if he has buyers and NO sellers. His job is to MAKE the market. Everyone should be encouraged if by nothing else, shares are scarce. So in the future to protect your investment put a GTC order on ALL your shares well ABOVE the current price. DO NOT put a stop limit because when these events happen, they will take you out. THEY KNOW there are orders sitting there ready to be picked off. This is in reference to the “stupidity” part.

Have a great day, and relax. I firmly believe this companies PPS is worth a whole lot more than what it’s currently trading @. Why? First, because we had a shares shortage. That means people want to OWN the company. Second, they have plenty of work lined up for YEARS to come. They have the gravel pit, trucking company, pool company, and CONSTRUCTION company. They also have MANY deals ready to close SOON. As for a buyout? You would have to ask the CEO of the company about that. At best, it’s speculation.

PN
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Or look at it from this way...........

MMs missed getting the "legal" shares they needed when it went to .128. They then sold shares they did not have. They then "needed" to but those shares back to "complete" the "legal" transaction on paper. To do that they shall we say "motivated" posters AND painted the tape to start the cascade. Once it fell, those not knowing what to do, sold their shares for a loss. Those who knew better, and were in LONG before the price appreciation, are still sitting on a handsome profit even @ these levels, and can afford, AND KNOW to wait for the REAL price appreciation.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
What are some opinions on what this stock could do in the near future? Personally, without rehashing everything that has been said about PBLS, I think there is real potential here. (I know this is highly speculative, I'm just curious what the overall opinions are.)
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
MMs will affect the PPS at this moment........

That said............

Teens

then .025

Topping out 1.25

jmho
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

This may or maynot affect PBLS

RITA

http://www.boatus.com/hurricanes/tracking.asp
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
I don't know why the price has dropped so much so fast, but I have bought more and if I had more money I would own half the company at this price!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
I hear that. I'm getting slaughtered on this one.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
LOL I can tell you the other reason it tanked.
I told a client about it and he bought in at .12

[Frown]

Luckily I have convinced him to hold! He will thank me one day!! (i hope)
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
I'd love to save face and say I didn't add at around that price as well. But then I'd be lying. [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yea I told a friend also and he bought in at .06 very heavily. He doesn't believe in small purchases unfortunately, figures huh? It probably hasn't helped, but I don't doubt it will run up again. They have it made for resources down there.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
I don't doubt it either, I like how this looks for the near future. I'm planning on hanging around, what do I have to lose at this point?
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Guess you just gotta look at it this way, they are just now getting materials into New Orleans, of course i'm sure work is being held off for Rita, but just the levees are getting repaired from what I've seen, then the massive road repair gets underway. The stock price is probably gonna fizzle for a little bit but next good PR and kaboom. I feel pretty confident myself on this one.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
You and I are on the same page and making the same play. GL to you.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Nice day today!
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Anyone have l2's on this one? What kind of buying pressure is there? or isn't there?
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
The flood walls just broke again in New Orleans, interesting to see how this plays out in the coming months.
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
what price you think we will se at close
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
imo there will be a decent PR next week......

I have been adding on dips all week.........

Never hurts to know what you own......... [Smile]
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
New Orleans is flooding again.........

I-10 going under water again..........

Ground full of water and they are getting over
7 ins of rain more flooding all over...........

Hearing rumors of PR next week........
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
From another well know board.........


I think this sums up the last few trading sessions very well.........................

and why some would not understand the reposting of what this company is and has...............

A lot of neg post and lies were placed on this board to cover a position..............

The truth needed to be kept in the light...........

.....................................................
By: FMI81
23 Sep 2005, 07:37 AM EDT
Msg. 10471 of 11139

Were not talking about a couple of bashers. Were talking about a MM that does a billion dollars a year, I feel launched a tempory attack to regain position.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Where did you come across that?
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Phoenix Associates Provides Shareholders With an Update on Business Operations
Monday September 26, 12:06 pm ET


COVINGTON, LA--(MARKET WIRE)--Sep 26, 2005 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (Other OTC:PBLS.PK - News), a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, released the following comments from Mr. Paul Alonzo, CEO and President:
ADVERTISEMENT


Due to recent requests from shareholders and interested investors, I have compiled a short list on Phoenix's current financial status and some of my expectations for the years 2005 and 2006. While we are working towards providing the public with audited financials, the numbers provided today are un-audited. Before I give out any numbers, I would like to say some things about some of our great managers:

Nobody believed it could be accomplished but under the direction of the Operations Manager, Adam Alonzo (Murphy Sand & Gravel), and with the assistance of Operations Manager, John Zornes (Bayou State Trucking), the Murphy Sand and Gravel Pit, located in Pearl River, Louisiana, reopened for business at 6 a.m., Monday, September 19, 2005, under generator power. By 12 noon, C.S.T., CLECO, the power company servicing Murphy, had the entire operation with electrical power. This incredible task was accomplished, after the Murphy operation was devastated during Hurricane Katrina, by Adam Alonzo, along with contractors, timber cutters, electricians truckers and the power company. Yes, he is my son.

1. Phoenix Division, Murphy Sand and Gravel, Manager Adam Alonzo: The gravel pit should generate in excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for the year 2005. With what will possibly be the largest construction boom in Louisiana and New Orleans history, the gravel pit revenues for 2006 are sure to increase.

2. Phoenix Division, Oil & Gas, Manager John Barksdale: The acquisition of Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources will add a minimum of $1,368,000.00 in revenues for Phoenix for calendar year 2005, with expectations the two oil companies will generate over $12,000,000.00 in revenue for the company in 2006. Phoenix is able to acquire these two oil and gas companies with stock and a small cash payment. After paying for the acquisition, Phoenix coffers are still healthy enough to finance and bring into production the next ten wells which our research indicates will be the most profitable.

It is my policy that Phoenix need not go into debt to develop these oil and gas properties. Our policy shall be to raise money for future drilling (if need be) on a non-recourse method without putting Phoenix into debt.

3. Mineral Assets: Our gravel pit has proven mineral reserves in the amount of $300,000,000.00 and the addition of Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources brings another $200,000,000.00 worth of mineral reserves to Phoenix's balance sheet. I anticipate Phoenix having over $1,000,000,000.00 worth of mineral reserves by the end of 2006.

4. Phoenix Division, Heaslip Construction - Manager, Mark Dishon: Gross revenues for our construction division could exceed $2,000,000.00 for calendar year 2005. Our research and experience shows the average repair/remodel cost for homes in our area of the country to be around $80,000.00 per house. Unfortunately, there are literally thousands of homes in need of repair due to the hurricanes. I expect record breaking years for Heaslip during what I know will be one of the largest re-building efforts ever taken in the history of our country. If we get just a small piece of the action, revenues for our construction division should really take off during 2006.

5. Phoenix Divisions, Ann Arbor Pools - Manager, Dennis Scherdt and Great Lakes Pool Plastering - Manager, Byron Ross: These two companies should bring in approximately $2,288,000.00 in revenues to Phoenix during the calendar year 2005. Both of these companies also stand to break all sorts of records during the soon to be construction boom of 2005 and 2006.

6. Phoenix Division, Bayou State Trucking - Manager, John Zornes: Our trucking division tries to avoid the costs and hassles of owning trucks and the maintenance and insurance issues that come with ownership. Bayou provided jobs for owner operators and leases equipment from time to time when necessary. Revenues to calendar year 2005 should be around $650,000.00. For all qualified drivers with proper credentials and proof of insurance, Bayou is paying $45 per hour for tandems, $55 per hour for tri-axles and $65 per hour for eighteen wheelers. Again, with the coming construction boom, I expect annual revenues for our trucking division to also increase during 2006.

7. Phoenix Division, Acquisitions and Business Development - Manager, Ron Blackburn, assisted by Patti Fischer and Roger Stone: We are in a constant search for profitable companies to acquire where the acquisition can be accomplished with little or no debt and in which the acquisition brings immediate revenue growth and assets to Phoenix. We are in negotiations at this time with several companies we will try to acquire.

During the year 2004 when Phoenix was a much smaller company than we are today, we grossed a little over $3,000,000.00. While the addition of the conservative estimated numbers I gave above add up to a little over $8,600,000.00 in revenue. I am sure with the rapid growth we are currently experiencing in the last part of 2005, that our gross revenues will wind up exceeding $10,000,000.00 for the year with profit exceeding what our gross revenues where in 2004.

For 2006, since we expect revenues from our oil and gas division to be much more that $12,000,000.00, and because we have other acquisitions in the works in the oil and gas division, and since it is reasonable to assume that all of our construction related divisions should profit greatly from the expected construction boom in 2006, it is reasonable to expect that Phoenix's 2006 revenues could be as much as four to five times greater than our 2005 revenues. I am also happy to report that management has been very successful in control of day to day costs of operations and avoiding unnecessary debt which means profit in 2006 should rise in proportion to revenues quite nicely.

As CEO of Phoenix and on behalf of all of our managers and employees I would like to say that our hearts and prayers are with all of the victims of these two terrible hurricanes that struck our shores and that we as a company are dedicated to doing our best in re-building this great part of our great country.

Forward-Looking Statements:

This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will" and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements. By their very nature, forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or that of our industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding the Company's business or proposed business, which are not historical facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
It's amazing what letters from us shareholders will get ya sometimes [Smile] Excellent PR!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Just finished reading that PR myself. Got to love it.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
You'd think this baby would start launching just on those figures alone. Might be a little lack of confidence from the selloff earlier that sounded more like a group play.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Maybe we will see some action after lunch.
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
And if the OS number on PinkSheets is correct (82,666,637) that makes the PPS value as follows (for Gross revenues):

Revenue PPS Estimated Value
3 mil .036 (2004)
10 mil .12 (2005 Estimate)
12 mil .14 (2005 Estimate)
40 mil (4x now) .48 (2006 Estimated)

Of course, the fact that in 2004, they grossed 3 mil, would have made the share price worth .036 (which is below where it's trading right now and prior to Katrina, it traded at 1/10th this number).

Keeping in mind that all of these are GROSS revenues, let's assume profits are only 1/2 what they gross:

Revenue PPS Estimated Value
1.5 mil .018
5 mil .06
6 mil .07
20 mil .24

I'd say we have another buy opportunity since it's pull back from .12!
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Mineral Assets: Our gravel pit has proven mineral reserves in the amount of $300,000,000.00 and the addition of Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources brings another $200,000,000.00 worth of mineral reserves to Phoenix's balance sheet. I anticipate Phoenix having over $1,000,000,000.00 worth of mineral reserves by the end of 2006.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
looks like bid support building
 
Posted by JL on :
 
OS is 450 Mln on this one. So your #'s are WAY OFF. Not only are they way off....your basing pps solely on Revenues when they should be based on revenues and earnings.
 
Posted by Jerm on :
 
Moving now...

Bid:
.042
.04
.038

Ask:
.043
.044 x 2
.048
.05
 
Posted by MillerTIME on :
 
getting strong momo here
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Now thats what im talkin about [Smile]
 
Posted by MillerTIME on :
 
watch closely..a break of .052 would be huge and a close above .054 would be above the 10SMA and could run this thing huge!!

Strong volume coming in....

just broke .05

.05x.051
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Making a nice run now. Thank you PR!
 
Posted by Phoenixx on :
 
Figures -- I dont bother buying because I'm waiting for a further dip and then she runs..
 
Posted by MillerTIME on :
 
shaking hard at the last major resistence level .052!!!looking very nice
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by JL:
OS is 450 Mln on this one. So your #'s are WAY OFF. Not only are they way off....your basing pps solely on Revenues when they should be based on revenues and earnings.

Yep, that would make the numbers waaaaay off!

1. Where did you get the OS from? I looked at PinkSheets.com?

2. Also, where do you find earnings?

3. What is the correct formula for estimated value per share?? I used Revenues divided by OS....

Thanks for the correction!
 
Posted by futurama08 on :
 
In at .39, out at .52 ... 60k shares; thats my new thing lol. After GRDX fiasco no more listening to "it can go higher!" .. I'll take what I can get

Thanks PR!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Amen brother [Smile] Good thing to adhere to.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Let's test 53 again.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
I feel an afternoon run comin on.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
This is where we put on the rally caps for a strong finish today!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
[Big Grin]
 
Posted by OnceApenny on :
 
Think we should passed the moon by now, but we are just fuelling.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
There must have been some serious profit taking going on. Anyone have the l2's?
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Can't say I'm surprised. Bouncing back a bit though.
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
common!
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
hmmmm, dont know what to expect tomorrow, todays news was great I was expecting a nice close.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Good to see it green [Smile] Let's hope for a better tommorow!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Green indeed! But I guess PRs will only get you so far, after awhile people need to see some action. Folks are going to sell on news, especially at this pps on a day like this following a huge run last week.

Personally, I'll most likely take some off the table if we have a few more green days. Just a little, mind you. Just enough to make me feel responsible. [Wink] But truth be told, if what management is saying is true, I see a bright future for PBLS and have no problem holding for awhile.
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
The Bulls and Bears were fighting it out today.....

The MMs were trying to hold PBLS dwn too.......

So far its been a 3 day battle..............

There has been heavy bashing going on another board today..............

Last time I saw that it appeared the MMs were short........

Am hearing rumors of another PR soon........

I hope it is true and can help decide this battle.......

jmo
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
As busy as they have to be with the rebuilding going on down there. And as many PRs as they put out, we shouldn't have any shortage of news over the next couple of weeks/months.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
Mineral Assets: Our gravel pit has proven mineral reserves in the amount of $300,000,000.00 and the addition of Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources brings another $200,000,000.00 worth of mineral reserves to Phoenix's balance sheet. I anticipate Phoenix having over $1,000,000,000.00 worth of mineral reserves by the end of 2006.

wow im in, this is huge we will be making money on this one my freinds
bmax,
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
You'd sure think so [Smile]
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
well we had a nice little dip today and that allowed me to pick up more shares on the cheap
can you imagine what will happen when this news gets around,we will be making lots of money
bmax,
 
Posted by nectarsyem on :
 
Any guess for what the next run's peak will be? Think we see .12's again this week?
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by nectarsyem:
Any guess for what the next run's peak will be? Think we see .12's again this week?

and 12's is just the begining of it just think of one billion in assets for a pink,.....this just doesnt happen in pink world
bmax,
 
Posted by Persia on :
 
Why did this stock not move with news?
 
Posted by nectarsyem on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Persia:
Why did this stock not move with news?

Thats what I'm thinking..with so much potential you'd think it would be flying right now
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
they are using market wire for their news outlet it didnt show up on many peoples news alerts.and that is why right now is a good time to pick up more shares.right now im in the process of freeing up some cash.in order to get the amount of shares that i want before the news travels
bmax,
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
also look at the head line:

Phoenix Associates Provides Shareholders With an Update on Business Operations

it should read "projected assets of one billion dollars" that would get peoples attention
bmax,
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
also look at the head line:

Phoenix Associates Provides Shareholders With an Update on Business Operations

it should read "projected assets of one billion dollars" that would get peoples attention
bmax,
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
ooops sorry for the double post
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
looks like we have set a very strong line of support at .04-.043 so things are still looking good
bmax,
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
copied from another site but couldnt have said it better myself


Current Market-cap based of $.04 PPS = $18.64 million

466 million outstanding shares, per mid-August 2005 call with CEO.
Float 159 million
----------------------------------------------------------

Projected earnings for 2006 of $10 million, per call with company (pre Katrina, pre oil deal)

For 2006 earnings add in all the Katrina work, plus recent/new acquisitions
Estimate that to be $25 million for 2006 and assume 100M more restricted shares

(this is just me making a somewhat educated guess)
------------------------------------------------------------

Murphy Sand & Gravel division (820 acres)-- Reserves estimated at $260 million (more recent company materials also show $300 million, like the Sept. 6, 2005 PR).

February 1997 gave us an estimate of “$260 million based on the lowest prices charged by each of the other mining operations in the area for like products” (source: June 14, 2005 news release)

That evaluation is from almost 9 years ago… based on “lowest prices charged”.

Estimate that the sand and gravel property re-evaluation comes in over $600 million (“at least double” Investor Relations, Mike Mulshine 14/9/2005). With 466 million shares out, that’s over $1.28 per share in sand/gravel reserves

all aboard and make some money
bmax
 
Posted by morehotair123 on :
 
Max
Looks like a good pick I was just reading some of you're last posts.And I agree this is going to be "huge". I really like the idea of this company owning their own trucks.Do you know how much their trucking is bring into this company.
I have one more question if you dont mind.If we are sitting on resistance of .04 and a support of .12 then how far do you see this going in the short term.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
morehotair,
first question about the trucking,the latest pr stated that revs would be around 675,000 that is pre hurricanes now with the demand for earth products i would expect that the year would finish much higher.
the thing to me that is a real kicker is the oil and gas they are talking about drilling up to ten more wells
second question how high will it go im personaly thinking .25-.30 would be a real number i know that some are saying much higher but 25 is a lot of profit.i will be selling half of my shares at .12 then holding the rest for a little while longer.
bmax
p.s. i beleive that you have your support and resistance backwards,...lol
good luck to you and remember do your dd and watch the charts
 
Posted by nectarsyem on :
 
"then how far do you see this going in the short term. "


x2
 
Posted by morehotair123 on :
 
back to resistance .12 imo
bmax
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
exactly
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
From another board
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Definition: "Flags" and "Pennants" are short-term continuation patterns that mark a small consolidation before the previous move resumes. These patterns are usually preceded by a sharp advance or decline with heavy volume, and mark a "mid-point" of the move.

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Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
as you can see from that .04 is holding strong
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
well good night all and hopefully we are all making money tommorow
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
nice dip this am i will be picking up more shares today
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
back at .04, ready to go green
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
i picked up the rest of the shares that i was looking for today, if it does drop i am thinking about breaking one of my rules and buying more but time will tell my average is now 2.25million*.039
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
nice, ill be picking up more shares untill .025, if it gets that low (which I doubt)then ill start worrying
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
if this were to hit .025 then ill break my rules and double my holdings
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
now today is what i call classic shake drop pps on low volume
some weak hands will fold and ill be more then happy to take their shares
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
take amep every time people would drop out i would pick those shares up i ended walking out with just under 37k spending money
and would love to do the same here
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
pps seems to do the same thing everyday, go down a good 10% from the open and then come right back up by the close
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
thats right and that is where someone that pays attention can pick up shares on the cheap.and still maintain a support of around .04
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
dont get me wrong i have also got caught with my hand in the cookie jar before,....lol and that sucks
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
well i hope this can stay above .03 tomorrow
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
.03 is our next support line so i think that things are still faring well so far.
but the way i see it pbls is going to be a good play for a long time so i dont mind waiting for a little while.
trust me i would rather see it start moving up now i hate not making fast money

well this afternoon i decided that i will spend the rest of the week fishing so good luck and see ya all when i get back
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Have fun bmax.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
It would be nice to get a pr about what kind of volume they have going out from the quarry right now
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
oh yes
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Didn't someone mention a rumor of more PR coming soon? I wonder where that came from.
 
Posted by Phoenixx on :
 
Debating on whether I should get in now, or wait for a further dip...
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Could go either way at this point, IMO. Though I don't think this is a bad entry point. It's come down quite a lot.
 
Posted by morehotair123 on :
 
Today we are green! hopefully this is part of the next leg up.
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
Looks like a breakout on huge volume
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
nice close! i think tomorrow will be a nice day
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Outstanding, very nice close. I'm green across the board today. I should get away from the computer more often! [Razz]
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Hearing Rumor of a PR next week...........

Be ready...............

Incase it is true................
 
Posted by Doctoall on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by little blue:
Hearing Rumor of a PR next week...........

Be ready...............

Incase it is true................

And where are these rumors coming from ? [Big Grin]
 
Posted by mmalone on :
 
Does anyone know if the $300,000,000 in gravel reserves and the $200,000,000 in oil reserves has been discounted to present value? I'm trying to value this stock, but without 10-Qs it's difficult [Smile] . Also, does anybody have a good estimate of how many outstanding shares there are right now? I keep seeing different numbers popping up, I assume there's been some dilution lately?

I'm in a few hundred dollars for now. Might be buying more if the numbers work out right...

-Mike
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Per Ron Blackburn.........

O/S 446,000,000

Float;150,000,000.....

You might call Ron and maybe he can answer the rest of your ?

His Number is on the bottom of PRs
 
Posted by Murnak on :
 
http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
A very nice DD site.....
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
murnak,that is a cool dd site where did you find that,job keep up the great work.and lets make some money this week
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
A PR about how swamped they are with business would be nice right now! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Quiet day. We'll hear something soon though, Hoss. Too much going on with this one right now to get stale.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Another seesaw day so far.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
well bol bands are tightening and money flow is still decent we could and should pop anyday now so good luck all
 
Posted by little blue on :
 
Hearing rumors of news this week

Radar
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Where did you hear that?
 
Posted by morehotair123 on :
 
MORE THEN LIKELY BMAXINGOUT DENNYC OLTRADER
BEWARE OF GROUPS
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
hoping for news tomorrow!!!!
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
This one will jump again. It has to. I can't even imagine how much business this company is going to do in the next 6 months to a year.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
it looks like this week we could break out from this range that we have been stuck in,
when we do we will all be making money
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
if we get some good news soon this puppy will grow wings
i have repeatedly sent emails to the company requesting some news about storm contracts and have not received anything.
i understand that they are busy but this stock needs a booster shot
if we all start requesting info that might usher news along a little quicker jmho
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
tomorrow..... hoping for that pr!
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
whats going on!
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
Phoenix Associates Announces Acquisition of Construction Company and Updates Post-Disaster Initiatives
Thursday October 6, 10:03 am ET

COVINGTON, La.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 6, 2005--Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS - News) today announced that it has completed the acquisition of 3-D Builders, Inc. in a deal for stock and cash, in an effort to increase its construction division capacity in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita.

ADVERTISEMENT
Phoenix management anticipates that the acquisition of the residential construction company will add over $2 million in revenue and be accretive to earnings in the current fiscal year alone. These estimates do not include revenue that could be realized from the post-disaster rebuilding effort in which CNN.com, subsidiary of Time Warner (NYSE:TWX - News), has reported that between 140,000 and 160,000 homes need to be leveled and rebuilt in and around New Orleans.

The company has also added additional human resources to pursue work through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and regional contractors that have been assigned work in the disaster relief.

CEO, Paul Alonzo, commented, "We continue to aggressively scale operations through strategic acquisitions, particularly within our construction division, in order to fulfill the immediate construction related needs within Louisiana and Mississippi. Additionally, we are pursuing all avenues available to deploy as much of our 100,000,000 tons of raw sand, gravel and soil as possible to use in the rebuilding of the disaster stricken areas."

The company is working on and anticipates that it will have additional acquisition and rebuilding-related announcements in the near future.

About Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses. Current company assets include oil leasehold and drilling operations, sand and gravel quarry and mining operations, a contract hauling trucking fleet, diversified construction operations and land-development leaseholds. The Company is experiencing significant organic growth in each of these businesses and is aggressively acquiring synergistic businesses in order to rapidly build capacity.

Safe Harbor

This press release contains statements which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of Raptor Investments, Inc., and members of its management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.
Contact:

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, Covington
Ron Blackburn, 985-845-4627
phoenixassoc*bellsouth.net
or
Osprey Partners
Mike Mulshine, 732-233-3853
osprey57*optonline.net
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
The pressure is on to hire these local firms. Great news.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
was just going to post the news. NICE.

Just got back in!
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
This company is gearing up to be a big player in this clean-up construction boom
 
Posted by nectarsyem on :
 
.03 whats going on?
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
People were looking for contracts. They're coming. this company is putting together a strong team to contend for contracts
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
Also, news just came out after the stock was dipping. Back up now
GLTA
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Looking really fine from here!
Up from .03 today, That's Sweet!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Dunno why everything is taking such a beating today. This was pretty good news.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
i beleive that mm's are shaking out weak hands so im still holding
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
it doesnt make any sense, good news and the price still drops!
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
nope dont make sense
tommorow is decision time for me so just hoping for the best
 
Posted by Jerm on :
 
I also think this is just the period we're in right now... lots of stocks are down right now! I can't imagine this not moving again.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Part of the reason it probably stayed flat is that they diluted some to make the acquisition.

"..completed the acquisition of 3-D Builders, Inc. in a deal for stock and cash.."

I will try to call the transfer agent tomorrow to get the o/s to see if it has changed any.
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
so can this still go up from here
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Enjoys$:
so can this still go up from here

this company has alot of upside im just not sure how long i can wait so many real good trades out there and i cant wait.i just hate not making fast money,....lol
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Some plays take a little patience, this may be one of them. I am going to hang around for awhile longer.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I just called Mike Mulshine and spoke directly with him. I am not in on this stock is I post, but will be soon. Outstanding shares approx. 449,000,000 as of today. I can only assume that this number is after the acquistion of 3-d builders. He estimated that the available float,(float minus people holding long) was no more than 100,000,000 with a total float of approx. 150,000,000. I wish I would have asked them if they had plans to get off the pinks and onto AMEX or NASDAQ small cap in the future. It is blazingly apparent that this company is hugely undervalued. I have not completed my DD but what I have seen so far is truly great. If the O/S is correct the market cap would be 1,350,000. NOW TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT THE COMPANY BEING UNDERVALUED!!!!
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
well i hope the pps reflects this tomorrow
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Bad math, Market cap would be about 10,500,000.
 
Posted by stockgranny on :
 
.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
This stock should soar still. It might even take a while though. I mean their quarterly numbers are going to be huge for the next year, so I don't see this one only being a swing play. This company has enough assetts to make this stock WAY undervalued.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yea this one is too huge not to sit on at these prices. IMHO
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Up nicely this morning, let's see if we can hold on.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I just spoke with Ron Blackburn. The numbers about O/S and float concur with the previous post. approx.450mill O/S, and approx 150mill float. I also asked if the company had plans to make a move off the pinks. His response was yes they would like to go to AMEX in the summer of next year. He also told me there were some acquistions that were not released.

Doesn't it seem funny how good news can come and the price falls? Do you really believe people are selling on good news? Or do you maybe think MM's are "working the stock". I can not say for sure but what I can say is I have done a lot of homework on this stock the last couple days and spoke with Ron and Mike. I just got off the phone with Ron after a ten minute conversation. Not bad to communciate with 2 important people in less than 24 hours. This looks like the real deal. It appears to me that PBLS is a long term hold. Short term gain may come and go but PBLS is one to hold on to for years to come.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Thanks mac, I hope you're right.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Flipme you are welcome. This is not a stock I will flip too much. The potential is way too big. Too many acquistions and revenue is huge. Do not get too discouraged with the stock at or around .03 as in a year or two the price could be 1.00 or two or more. This may sound like a stretch, but it is entirely possible if the numbers that they mentioned turn out to be correct. I believe they will be 100%, as a CEO would be sticking their neck out if they were not. I believe the numbers mentioned on SEPT26 will be the same ones reported in the audit because if they are not then the company will be looking at some serious trouble from investors as that PR was released nationally.
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
when is the audit expected to some out?
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
They originally said that they would be fully reporting by mid-late 2006 but that was before the acceleration plan,http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/050808/092524.html
The possibility of moving to OTCBB before AMEX is still an option and is obviously still a plus although I know they would prefer to jump straight to AMEX if possible. See listing qualifications for AMEX from AMEX.com.

Standard 1

Shareholders' equity $4 million
Pre-tax income $750,000 in last fiscal year or in two of the last three fiscal years
Distribution1 800 public shareholders and 500,000 shares publicly held
OR
400 public shareholders and 1 million shares publicly held
OR
400 public shareholders, 500,000 shares publicly held, and average daily trading volume of 2,000 shares for previous 6 months
Price $3
Market value public float $3 million


Standard 2

Shareholders' equity $4 million
History of operations 2 years
Distribution1 800 public shareholders and 500,000 shares publicly held
OR
400 public shareholders and 1 million shares publicly held
OR
400 public shareholders, 500,000 shares publicly held, and average daily trading volume of 2,000 shares for previous 6 months
Price $3
Market value public float $15 million


Standard 3

Shareholders' equity $4 million
Total market capitalization $50 million
Distribution1 800 public shareholders and 500,000 shares publicly held
OR
400 public shareholders and 1 million shares publicly held
OR
400 public shareholders, 500,000 shares publicly held, and average daily trading volume of 2,000 shares for previous 6 months
Market value public float $15 million



Standard 4

Total market capitalization $75 million
OR
Total assets and revenue of $75 million each in the most recent fiscal year or in two of the last three fiscal years
Distribution1 800 public shareholders and 500,000 shares publicly held
OR
400 public shareholders and 1 million shares publicly held
OR
400 public shareholders, 500,000 shares publicly held, and average daily trading volume of 2,000 shares for previous 6 months
Price $3
Market value public float $20 million

As you can see standard 3 is there best option as there is no minimum price requirement. At a glance it appears to me that with a stock price of approx. .12 they would meet the minimum market cap based on O/S of 456,000,000. If they don't meet the requirements then I am sure they would go to OTCBB first.
 
Posted by unreal33 on :
 
This one is a no brainer, the last great hike was obviously pure speculation/panic -which was was awsome for alot of us, but given any real solid numbers I think we have a winner here long term.

In for the long haul here
 
Posted by agrimac on :
 
Acquisitions/Business Development Division

The active companies that Phoenix is pursuing or considering for development are:

Mid-South Resources, Inc./Rome Oil and Gas Company is a company with oil and gas leases that made Phoenix an offer to sell.

Burke Pool Construction is a possible addition to the swimming pool division.

Brazilian Land The sale of this land for $500,000,000 would generate a commission income of approximately $15,000,000 to the Phoenix coffers on a one time basis. Phoenix has unconditional and exclusive rights to this property but we need to hire a lawyer and an appraiser in Brazil to market the 3,500,000 acres properly.

Cypress Log Home Construction This deal is in final negotiations.
 
Posted by agrimac on :
 
Acquisitions/Business Development Division

The active companies that Phoenix is pursuing or considering for development are:

Mid-South Resources, Inc./Rome Oil and Gas Company is a company with oil and gas leases that made Phoenix an offer to sell.

Burke Pool Construction is a possible addition to the swimming pool division.

Brazilian Land The sale of this land for $500,000,000 would generate a commission income of approximately $15,000,000 to the Phoenix coffers on a one time basis. Phoenix has unconditional and exclusive rights to this property but we need to hire a lawyer and an appraiser in Brazil to market the 3,500,000 acres properly.

Cypress Log Home Construction This deal is in final negotiations.
 
Posted by dragonsmoke on :
 
This stock at this price makes no sense its potential with the contracts make it a steal at its current price.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This load up time now 60 days from now you will get your rewards
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
This is a good one to buy, and walk away from. It will go up, and big.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I think the mm's are running out of shares had an order in for 200000 only got 100000 had to go to .033 to get that
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Nice finish!
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
That was good. I have some ground to make up on this stock
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
we will get there on this one folks have to if they sold every thing tomorrow according to my dd it would be worth '08 to .09 pps
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
this morning when i woke up i decided to sell my posistion in pbls went to the computer and seen an uptick go figure so i also am still holding
we had a strong end of day so hopefully we start strong in the morning.
good luck all
 
Posted by doling2005 on :
 
This is one stock I think will suddenly see a massive pr related to clean up in NO's soon. Don't want to be out and feel the downside is minimal
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
i don't know what the future is like with anything but the word has to get out on this stock that is what is going to make it fly i have been watching it and of everything i have and making money, this has the best fundamentals of them all and what a position the only thing is for the 3 weeks i have been following it it has not done much. glta i think we have a winner hear long term imho
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
i think the games are about ready to begin
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Anybody got Level II on this?
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
It is changing quickly right now.

.034x.0348
1x1
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
034x035
1x2
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Some volume will send this jumping. Just need more buying pressure. A pr wouldnt hurt either!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Hoss we all may be covering ground today glta lets ride baby
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Lets not forget Missippi and Alabama were hurt to not like New Orleans but still big jobs there to lots of cement and construction also this is huge
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
They just need to post some numbers with what has been going on.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Right you are Hoss and I think that is coming soon this ceo likes to keep investors informed so i hope he keeps it up glta
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
take a look at ZENX right now that is what should be happening here
what is going on with our ceo,.... wtf
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
zenx just got roofing contracts and their up over twenty percent in ten mins
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
if they can't get a contract some where they might as well pack it in now we will see in the next day or two.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
scroll down on this link and you'll see PBLS....
http://www.construction.com/NewsCenter/Hurricane/bulletins_default.asp
-------------------------------------------------
Phoenix Associates back in saddle
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, announced that it is back from temporary offices in Galveston, Texas, and is now operating in its home base in Madisonville and Pearl River, La.

Phoenix has contractors working at both sites and will open the gravel pit office on Sept. 19. We now have eight telephone lines working on the ground and eight cellular telephones back in operation. Both locations have electricity and contractors are calling Phoenix like I have never witnessed before, because everybody is desperate for material.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Remember some of these things and i don't think we are far off from a great pr


we all know demand will be in gulf region for next 4-5 years even the reports i've seen say longer for construction and rebuilding to take place

-as far as supply....PBLS CAN SUPPLY THE MKT WITH
-TRUCKS FOR HAULING,DELIVER,REMOVAL OF DEBRIS
-CONSTRUCTING NEW HOMES
-BUILD ROADS,STREETS,HIGHWAYS
-SUPPLY UP TO 100 MILLION TONS SAND/GRAVEL(1 BILLION DOLLARS WORTH)
-OIL/GAS RESERVES
-REBUILDING OF POOLS
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
bond006,
i agree 100% the upside here is huge i just cant understand why we havent received a pr reguarding new contracts/new work.we have everything needed to push this over .18-.20 except a pr telling us what is happening.
the prs that we have received are nice but just not enough to push us over the top. one pr stating contracts and earnings and off we go
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I posted earlier that I spoke with Ron and Mike and that there are more acquisitons coming. I am sure contracts are there also. As far as numbers are concerned we are dealing with a stock that is a pink sheet that is in the process of becoming fully reporting. Not only that but they have accelerated their plan to become fully reporting. Originally was set for next summer but will happen sooner. The numbers we do have are unaudited but still shows that the company already has some numbers that will most likely go on the audit when completed. It is a great sign for the comapany when the CEO puts out numbers before the audit. This one will go places just be patient. There was a lot of profit taking since the fall from .12. I cannot fathom the price staying here around .03 for very long. This is news that has already been posted but I think we need to review and keep in mind that they are in the process of becoming fully reporting.

Phoenix Associates Provides Shareholders With an Update on Business Operations
Monday September 26, 12:06 pm ET


COVINGTON, LA--(MARKET WIRE)--Sep 26, 2005 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (Other OTC:PBLS.PK - News), a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, released the following comments from Mr. Paul Alonzo, CEO and President:
ADVERTISEMENT


Due to recent requests from shareholders and interested investors, I have compiled a short list on Phoenix's current financial status and some of my expectations for the years 2005 and 2006. While we are working towards providing the public with audited financials, the numbers provided today are un-audited. Before I give out any numbers, I would like to say some things about some of our great managers:

Nobody believed it could be accomplished but under the direction of the Operations Manager, Adam Alonzo (Murphy Sand & Gravel), and with the assistance of Operations Manager, John Zornes (Bayou State Trucking), the Murphy Sand and Gravel Pit, located in Pearl River, Louisiana, reopened for business at 6 a.m., Monday, September 19, 2005, under generator power. By 12 noon, C.S.T., CLECO, the power company servicing Murphy, had the entire operation with electrical power. This incredible task was accomplished, after the Murphy operation was devastated during Hurricane Katrina, by Adam Alonzo, along with contractors, timber cutters, electricians truckers and the power company. Yes, he is my son.

1. Phoenix Division, Murphy Sand and Gravel, Manager Adam Alonzo: The gravel pit should generate in excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for the year 2005. With what will possibly be the largest construction boom in Louisiana and New Orleans history, the gravel pit revenues for 2006 are sure to increase.

2. Phoenix Division, Oil & Gas, Manager John Barksdale: The acquisition of Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources will add a minimum of $1,368,000.00 in revenues for Phoenix for calendar year 2005, with expectations the two oil companies will generate over $12,000,000.00 in revenue for the company in 2006. Phoenix is able to acquire these two oil and gas companies with stock and a small cash payment. After paying for the acquisition, Phoenix coffers are still healthy enough to finance and bring into production the next ten wells which our research indicates will be the most profitable.

It is my policy that Phoenix need not go into debt to develop these oil and gas properties. Our policy shall be to raise money for future drilling (if need be) on a non-recourse method without putting Phoenix into debt.

3. Mineral Assets: Our gravel pit has proven mineral reserves in the amount of $300,000,000.00 and the addition of Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources brings another $200,000,000.00 worth of mineral reserves to Phoenix's balance sheet. I anticipate Phoenix having over $1,000,000,000.00 worth of mineral reserves by the end of 2006.

4. Phoenix Division, Heaslip Construction - Manager, Mark Dishon: Gross revenues for our construction division could exceed $2,000,000.00 for calendar year 2005. Our research and experience shows the average repair/remodel cost for homes in our area of the country to be around $80,000.00 per house. Unfortunately, there are literally thousands of homes in need of repair due to the hurricanes. I expect record breaking years for Heaslip during what I know will be one of the largest re-building efforts ever taken in the history of our country. If we get just a small piece of the action, revenues for our construction division should really take off during 2006.

5. Phoenix Divisions, Ann Arbor Pools - Manager, Dennis Scherdt and Great Lakes Pool Plastering - Manager, Byron Ross: These two companies should bring in approximately $2,288,000.00 in revenues to Phoenix during the calendar year 2005. Both of these companies also stand to break all sorts of records during the soon to be construction boom of 2005 and 2006.

6. Phoenix Division, Bayou State Trucking - Manager, John Zornes: Our trucking division tries to avoid the costs and hassles of owning trucks and the maintenance and insurance issues that come with ownership. Bayou provided jobs for owner operators and leases equipment from time to time when necessary. Revenues to calendar year 2005 should be around $650,000.00. For all qualified drivers with proper credentials and proof of insurance, Bayou is paying $45 per hour for tandems, $55 per hour for tri-axles and $65 per hour for eighteen wheelers. Again, with the coming construction boom, I expect annual revenues for our trucking division to also increase during 2006.

7. Phoenix Division, Acquisitions and Business Development - Manager, Ron Blackburn, assisted by Patti Fischer and Roger Stone: We are in a constant search for profitable companies to acquire where the acquisition can be accomplished with little or no debt and in which the acquisition brings immediate revenue growth and assets to Phoenix. We are in negotiations at this time with several companies we will try to acquire.

During the year 2004 when Phoenix was a much smaller company than we are today, we grossed a little over $3,000,000.00. While the addition of the conservative estimated numbers I gave above add up to a little over $8,600,000.00 in revenue. I am sure with the rapid growth we are currently experiencing in the last part of 2005, that our gross revenues will wind up exceeding $10,000,000.00 for the year with profit exceeding what our gross revenues where in 2004.

For 2006, since we expect revenues from our oil and gas division to be much more that $12,000,000.00, and because we have other acquisitions in the works in the oil and gas division, and since it is reasonable to assume that all of our construction related divisions should profit greatly from the expected construction boom in 2006, it is reasonable to expect that Phoenix's 2006 revenues could be as much as four to five times greater than our 2005 revenues. I am also happy to report that management has been very successful in control of day to day costs of operations and avoiding unnecessary debt which means profit in 2006 should rise in proportion to revenues quite nicely.

As CEO of Phoenix and on behalf of all of our managers and employees I would like to say that our hearts and prayers are with all of the victims of these two terrible hurricanes that struck our shores and that we as a company are dedicated to doing our best in re-building this great part of our great country.

Forward-Looking Statements:

This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will" and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements. By their very nature, forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or that of our industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding the Company's business or proposed business, which are not historical facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Bmaxingout I am with you what is needed is a great pr as a matter of fact a string of them like new contracts for construction,trucking,and road work. we have not got them yet i want them as much as anybody and i am going to be busy emailing management for them i hope we get them so we can go to the bank all the more faster.Thats about all an investor can do after being stuck in plni with that bag of hot air turek everything puts me on guard.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Bmax and Bond check this out.

http://www.allstocks.com/pennystocks/Investors_of_Penny_Stocks/investors_of_penny_stocks.html
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Interesting link i gained from reading it pennies are known for there scams just gave me a little more to think about. Thanks that was a good read and post
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Hows it going to day any of us here? Anybody find any thing interesting to post?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
took this post off an ther board interesting i guess garbage can be gold


New Orleans Debris Removal is Big Business
by John Ydstie

All Things Considered, October 10, 2005 · The massive job of cleaning up the wreckage caused by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans could take more than a year. Total cleanup costs could reach $1 billion and waste haulers have arrived from all over the country to cart away trash for cash.

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4953062&ft=1&f=1006

post was from IHUB by sandandgravel - he is banned from raging bull also. The source is a segment from Nation Public Radio (radio version of PBS). Audio worthwhile and the gist is lots of independents in NO looking to hook up with a local contractor. Contractors are in the drivers seat (huge # of indepent drivers showing up) and not paying well and are pocketing the profits. PBLS would be in the contractor seat.

Bayou Trucking could be the next surprise management will announce. News of actual contracts and their value could drive this well past the tired looking 0.12. If I were in management I would hold back on PR's until I collected all the shares possible under 0.10. Remember these guys are nonreporting for now with SEC and can time PR's and hard factual news for their own advantage.

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Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
[QUOTE]Originally posted by macdrsirules:
[QB] Bmax and Bond check this out.

i understand what you are saying ive been doing this for a long time.all im saying is word about one good contract and the bleeding stops and the green starts flowing
that is why i pointed out zenx a couple roofing contracts and away they went.just imagin what happens here.this has been accumulating for a while now some call it it a coiled spring just waiting to be released.
im currently holding 2.25 million shares and loosing a penny doesnt sound like much but sometimes it means the difference between a good month and a bad one.
this is a great company and will make alot of money.i guess i just hate seeing a goos stock sitting idle.
good luck to you and thanks for the link
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
bond,
trash is real big i just bought a large position in both wmi and wwin both are comming off from their double bottoms should be interseting
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
What was meant to be most relevant about the previous link that I posted was that this was a legitimate penny stock. One that is best held long term and not traded. I believe this company will take us places that most of us cannot imagine. I have checked SEC and have yet to find any of the management named on anything. They appear to be completely clean. I see no evidence of a reverse split in the history of the stock. It has been a penny stock for as long as I can see. Revenues that are supposed to be reported will tell the tale. I am very excited about this stock. The O/S and float are not too high. The company is making profit and growing rapidly. A couple years and we may be very well off if business continues as planned. Just my 2 cents.

GLTA
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
even great companies need alittle help from a good pr firm.and really that is all that is needed with pbls.their making money,they are very busy doing all of the right things.i think that they just might need a little help with their pr dept.
now i dont just say that for the short term gain i say that for the long term also,this company uses stock in order to buy other companies.if the stock goes up then they need less shares to make purchases
in the end we all make more money
 
Posted by ajman on :
 
volume is slowly picking up on this one. Rise slowly little pebble, thats the way we like it.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
everything upticked today
CCI came up
volume up
accumulation up
money flow up and now green so hopefully this is the turn around that we have been looking for
good luck all
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I hope that we follow thru tomorrow with this
 
Posted by dragonsmoke on :
 
I smell green(If it had a smell) Anybody with me on this feeling
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
things are looking better today, green today and soon green in my account.

dragon
green does have a smell and it is the best smell in the world
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
LOL Thanks for bringing the original thread up. I thought about it after my last post, but then skipped it again!

Gotta love the volume today, as well as the upticks.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
it kinda smells as good as the leather in a brand new jag,....lol
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
I am curious to see if we can break 04
A LOT of resistance to get past that right now.
6 on the ask at 04 and only 1 on bid at 038

Everybody PUSH!!
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
exactly and if we break 045 and we are off to the races
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thanks for bringing up the original thread also i have been posting on a different one. It gets very confusing.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
04 looks like a hard nut to crack resistance is tougher then i thought it would be
if not today then tommorow we should break it
good luck all
 
Posted by ajman on :
 
COVINGTON, LA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 10/18/05 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix)
(OTC: PBLS), a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil
products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool
construction and construction-related industries, announced today that it
has completed the purchase, for cash and stock, of the Kentucky-based
corporations -- Mid-South Resources, Inc., and Rome Oil and Gas Company.
Through this acquisition, Phoenix acquired interests in leases, equipment
and oil production. This is the "flagship" acquisition for Phoenix's new
Oil and Gas Division. Mr. John Barksdale, the seller of those companies,
will run this division for Phoenix. Mr. Barksdale has over thirty (30)
years of oil and gas experience and has drilling experience all over the
United States.


Phoenix continues its efforts to add income and assets to further enhance
shareholder value.


Forward-Looking Statements


This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are
made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities
Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the
words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will" and similar expressions
identify forward-looking statements. By their very nature, forward-looking
statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that
may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or that of our
industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of
our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding
the Company's business or proposed business, which are not historical
facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and
uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's
future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the
Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since
forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their
very nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results
in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in
such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on
forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.


For More Information Contact:
Ron Blackburn
Phoenix
(985) 845-4627
Email Contact

Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
posted 18-10-2005 11:55
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Look at what oil and gas is going to bring to the party

OIL/GAS......revs. will far exceed our expectations for 2005-2006>>>>>>> i believe alot higher than stated

Phoenix Division, Oil & Gas, Manager John Barksdale: The acquisition of Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources will add a minimum of $1,368,000.00 in revenues for Phoenix for calendar year 2005, with expectations the two oil companies will generate over $12,000,000.00 in revenue for the company in 2006. Phoenix is able to acquire these two oil and gas companies with stock and a small cash payment. After paying for the acquisition, Phoenix coffers are still healthy enough to finance and bring into production the next ten wells which our research indicates will be the most profitable.

It is my policy that Phoenix need not go into debt to develop these oil and gas properties. Our policy shall be to raise money for future drilling (if need be) on a non-recourse method without putting Phoenix into debt.
--------------------------------------------------------
It's an email from Jeff Rome of Rome Oil, one of the oil companies named in the last PBLS PR.

We have 1120 acre lease that has an estimated 7 million barrels of
oil. We do have a driller under contract for a turnkey job, and are
expecting to start drilling in a couple of weeks before winter sets
in. Our geology includes subsurface geology, satellite infra-red
technology, and a log from a well that was drilled really close.
 
Posted by USF11 on :
 
Needs to break .04 soon
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
A little retracing. Doesn't look like it will break 04 today.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Looks like a good finish though. Bid doesn't seem to be going below 037
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
well not a bad finish good luck tommorow all
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
See you guys in the am looks like we will continue up tomorrow lot of buy coming in at end of day.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bmaxingout:
everything upticked today
CCI came up
volume up
accumulation up
money flow up and now green so hopefully this is the turn around that we have been looking for
good luck all

dido,
chart is looking better everyday cci is now above zero, cash has improved and we had another nice increase in volume
not quite a breakout but getting better another day or two like this and we will have a break out then we will be in the money.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Good volume so far this morning. Holding steady so far.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I just picked some more add slowly.It was a real hard fill only 100,000
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Something is up. 7 MMs on the bid at 033

We might get some volume towards eod
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
The rumor on R/B is that there is a big pr coming out tomorrow. I don't put a lot of faith in rumors but who knows
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Who knows? But I think RB actually stands for Rumor Board. [Smile]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
The upper markets are coming back now showing some green maybe that will filter down it does somtime.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
At least it is holding steady. Pretty average volume today.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
She hold real good Hoss once we get a good pr I think it is off we go right now .04 seems to our bigget jump to get over
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Uptick, might push at that 04 by eod
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Something is up. We have 6 mm's on the ask at 04 now and the spread is only .0005
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
You got that Hoss something is in the works I see A KABommmmmmmmm comeing
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
I hope you are right! I could use the green this week!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I think we got to hold .04 today on a lot of buying strenght and then gapper in the morning if we can do it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
MM's are trying to hold her back but i still think the morning will gap up
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Dam, just gotta bust through that wall at 04
I think it will take pr with numbers and we will do it easily.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
MM's let it close on a sale instead of a buy You are right there Hoss one good pr and it don't matter what the MM's want I hope that rumor is true
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
well atleast we finished another strong and green is green
if we do get some good news soon this puppy grows wings and we all make money
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
let see if we can blow right thru .04 today
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Allright!! Starting off strong this morning. Everyone hope for another green day!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Over 1.5 million traded first 12minutes most at .04 sea of green
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I think the mm's will try an early shake here today then lets see after that
 
Posted by Runryder on :
 
would it be logical to say that this stock is being held down?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
mm's might need shares looks like bid will be going up
 
Posted by ajman on :
 
thru .04 and rising. Knew this was to good to keep down forever.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
we break .041 and 5 will be the next hurdle to jump pbls RUNNNNNNNNNNNNNN
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Just thinking of the sand pit what a location with fuel being the cost they are the closest one to the biggest job to be done has to figure into these companies cost
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
four has been broken things should get interesting now
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Ride it baby!
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
dont look but we might have a runner
 
Posted by daveespo05 on :
 
officially running
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If this keeps up I might give i Gary Owen yell
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Wow, I just looked back and we are on the move!!
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
well we still have some resistance but things are looking good today four has been the biggest hurdle to over come but green is green and i just love green
 
Posted by mmalone on :
 
Nice move. Hope it can keep it up!

Does anyone know where I can get L2s on this stock? For some reason my e-trade account doesn't show them...
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Considering this is on no news this is great. I just can't wait to hear how busy they have been with the sand/gravel pit and the trucking business lately.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Lunch time [Smile] With the volume this baby may continue afterwards.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
A little break mm's most likly geting shares to cover sales then off again
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Lots of people selling small shake
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We seem to be punking out at the eod well better tomorrow first good pr and its to the moon Alice.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Still holding steady at least.
 
Posted by Runryder on :
 
what you say about the chart? to me it looks like it's about to reverse to a downtrend.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
LOL It very well might. I am not a chart reader. I make jokes about the candles and the lines crossing, but couldn't tell you much of what they mean. Just when I think I am getting the hang of it, either someone corrects me or I just lose money.

I am expecting this stock to go as soon as they publish what has been going on at the quarry. But I couldn't tell you if the technical indicators jibe with that opinion.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Well I can read charts and they have there place with pinks and i always listen to what the users of them have to say. But i have found with pinks that it is fundamentals,pr's,and hype. Anyway you folks with charts please keep posting what you read it is good info we can all put our knowledge together and we will all make money in the end grenn day glta
 
Posted by Runryder on :
 
i was looking to day trade this one but it's turned into a 3 day hold...lol
Is there a bit of info you guys are expecting in the near future or are you hard core longs?

thxs
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
I am long, but I wouldn't say hard core.
Not expecting a specific news item, but they are pretty consistent about getting news out. There is so much going on down there with post-hurricane reconstruction that I am expecting some great news about how much business they have been doing. Just IMO
 
Posted by Runryder on :
 
thxs Hoss....i didn't mean anything by "hardcore" longs BTW.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
No, I know what you mean though LOL I just missed the last run, so I am long for now. I do have a small position that I don't plan on selling until next year some time though.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Hang on fellas just a little sell off and profit taking plus mm's are helping right along 2 more weeks and the weak hands will be saying ouch. imho
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Darn that .04 seems to be a tuff junmp once we get over it and get some good news its off we go imho
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
We need more buying pressure. I am not sure that will happen until the next pr though.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Next week and i have a feeling monday or tuesday morning for a pr
 
Posted by oops on :
 
theres news now in the pink sheets
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
I looked for new news on pbls. Newest I could find was from last Monday. What news are you talking about?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Hoss i have had 2 people tell me there is news on pink sheets i have looked there same news as anywhere else.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
As long as we don't get any news to introduce buying pressure the damn mm's will keep us in this trading range
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Maybe their sooooo busy making money, they just don't have time to put out a pr! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
This company makes plenty of PR's. What I see is a trader mentality. I am all for a trader mentality as I am a trader myself. However this stock is best held long term. Do not worry about PR's every other day. The company is undervalued and will continue to be for a while. This should be viewed as a good thing. I am completely willing to take a minute chance and sit on this stock for a couple or three years. This stock has tremendous potential. I would not worry so much about the day to day price as in 1 to 3 years the price should start reflect the true value of the company. Just invest and relax and check back every week or so. Put in what you can afford to lose and trade in the other stocks, as for this stock I would definitely invest for long term.

Just my opinion. Good luck.
 
Posted by OnceApenny on :
 
Phoenix to Expand Its Headquarters Office Facilities
Market Wire - October 26, 2005 12:08 PM (EDT)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jump to first matched term

COVINGTON, LA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Oct 26, 2005 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS), a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, announced today that it is expanding its corporate office facilities, and has entered into an agreement to acquire a property in nearby Madisonville, Louisiana.

Paul Alonzo stated, "Thanks to the growth of Phoenix's business operations, we find it necessary to expand our headquarters office facilities. We have reached an agreement to purchase a property at 504 Water Street in Madisonville, Louisiana. The closing on this new facility is expected to take place on or before November 23, 2005. This property is locally known as Coquille Cottage and is located on the Tchefuncte River. I ask that our shareholders and interested investors to please feel free to visit us at our new office any time after December 15th, 2005. This office is planned to serve as part of the Phoenix corporate office structure for many years to come."
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
They are growing fast. Good stuff for longs.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thursday , October 27, 2005 13:22 ET

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (PBLS) announced that a new oil lease has been acquired for its Mid-South Resources/Rome Oil and Gas Division. The Company indicated that this new oil lease is located in the State of Kentucky in an area conducive to air rotary drilling. Rome Oil plans to drill five new wells on its leases in Kentucky prior to the end of 2005. The Company estimates its provable and accessible oil reserves in its Kentucky leases to be in excess of 300,000 to 500,000 BBLS.


Public Companies Associated with this story:
(OTC: PBLS)
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This is one of the most transparent co that i have ever invested in for a pink
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Pbls news reposted with more information and easier to read


Phoenix Acquires New Oil Lease in Kentucky for Its Mid-South Resources/Rome Oil & Gas Division


2005-10-27 13:17 ET - News Release

COVINGTON, LA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 10/27/05

http://at.marketwire.com/accesstracking/AccessTrackingLogServlet?PrId=99418&ProfileId=051205&sourceType=1
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS), a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, announced today that a new oil lease has been acquired for its Mid-South Resources/Rome Oil and Gas Division.

The Company indicated that this new oil lease is located in the State of Kentucky in an area conducive to air rotary drilling. Rome Oil plans to drill five new wells on its leases in Kentucky prior to the end of 2005. The Company estimates its provable and accessible oil reserves in its Kentucky leases to be in excess of 300,000 to 500,000 BBLS.

Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing between 5 BBL/Day to 50 BBL/day each, with an average production of 26 BBL/day per well, a rate of production that is expected to increase as new wells come on line.

In addition to their drilling activities in Kentucky, Mid-South Resources/Rome Oil & Gas Co. currently is in the process of registering to drill in the State of Wyoming and is in negotiations for a number of new oil leases in that State.

Paul Alonzo, President and CEO of Phoenix, stated, "We are very pleased with the rapid progress our company is making in the oil and gas sector, while our sand & gravel and construction business operations continue to grow stronger by the day."

For more information about Phoenix, go to the Company's website at: http://www.pbls.biz

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will" and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements. By their very nature, forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or that of our industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding the Company's business or proposed business, which are not historical facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.

Contact:
Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 292-0982
Email Contact
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Thanks, I was looking for this thread.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Here is they way it breaks down easy to understand figures

“an average production of 26 BBL/day per well”

over current 18 wells = 468 BBL/day

X 365 days = 170,820

X $50 BBL OIL = $8.5 million in revenue

Plus the 5 wells on this new lease, plus more wells on current leases, plus coming acquisitions of new leases/wells.

IMO, It is not far-fetched at all to predict this division alone creating $15 - $25 million in revenue for 2006.

And PBLS’ market-cap is currently what? Less than $14 million (456 O/S x $0.03)

This plus sand and gravle'trucking,and construction/pooldivision
 
Posted by OnceApenny on :
 
Think everybody is waiting for the Fema contracts.
As far as I know, they still have none.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Nobody knows for sure at this point they might not have cotracts but you know they will have a lot of work selling sand and sub contracting at worst case.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I have completed all DD on this stock and I agree with you that they are transparent. It is my opinion that this company is 100% legit. I have spoken with two people from the company and it is apparent to me that this company should not be at three cents. I have checked to see if any of the management has been involved in any type of scam in the past and I have found none. This is a growing company with real revenues and is largely undervalued. Not only that but I would bet the chart will uptrend from here. From the DOJI today it appears that a double bottom has formed. We shall wait and see for confirmation. In any case it appears to me that this company is one you can hold long and make a huge profit on in the years to come. We shall see. Good luck to all.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
I'm making the same play. I've been in and out of PBLS a few times, but I've got myself a nice piece I intend to hold long-term. I want to give this one a shot and see where the ride takes us.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
just seems to be trading in a shallow range today enough to put you to sleep
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Over on Raging Bull and Ihub there are a lot of chart people they have all came to the same results reading the charts triple bottom . And i see nothing but a sea of green rolling in I think we are oversold and we will have a run any day now or time
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Just would like to give you folks a heads up consider all the things this co has going for it sand and gravle constuction trucking and you know the pr's are coming out on that. Now oil and gas they are now producing more than amep is, and they have the cash on hand to drill the next 10 wells with and more is coming look for pr's next week. Look for a run to start next week. All these company's they are buying with stock that is restricted for five years every thing the own is a cash cow. The company posts assets that give the stock a book value of .08 to .09 per share. imho it won't stay at these levels for long. Even the charts look like it is ready to run.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
still in our range
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
bid .028 ask.030
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
we just can't seem to break .03 and hold not enough investors
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
post by Trops at IHub he talks to Ron at pbls a lot


Posted by: Trops
In reply to: None Date:10/31/2005 7:31:10 PM
Post #of 1782

Phoenix update:Spoke to Ron this is for those I told I would get back to you.I am going to touch briefly on each topic discussed.1)Our trucking division is being utilized within the company and for the most profitable situations.We are not just hauling stumps around like every yahoo with a pick up truck.2)The debris is still being cleaned up,which leads me to the construction division.We will be rebuilding and building new homes.Investors must realize the magnitude. For instance ST.Tammany Parrish alone has 265k residents.This work will go on for years and we are their.3)The sand/Gravel division is booming and will continue to.4)Our wells are producing and generating revenue with 5 more being drilled.5)We may do work with fema but the private sector is giving us more work than we can handle.Also private sector pays upfront,fema/government we wait for the money 60-90 days.6)The audits are being done and when complete we either make the move to otcbb or amex.We meet amex requirements but they would have to waive the 3.00 min price.IMO thats great it shows we have what counts,revenue.7)We have attorneys pursuing lying bashers posting untrue statements on boards.8)Insiders are not selling nor is treasury stock being sold.9)The mm's are playing around with shorting.Most likely not naked shorting.10)The company is working on 2/3 more deals that should come out over next few weeks no dilution done with preffered convertibles/cash.With that being said I did go more indepth with some of the topics I posted.My opinion is we have a fat cash cow here and smart money will hang on and wait until the company executes their whole plan.Strong buy at these levels imo.Bob
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Its rally time


http://www.rallymonkey.com/video/kenindex.swf
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
LOL I needed that one today!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Just to make a point again all of you that want to get into oil/gas plus the rebuilding of New Orleans look at pbls. It pumps as much oil and gas as amep and is half the price the news is geatting out another pr and you will be chaseing it. imho
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
and its got more than this now


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Phoenix Associates Releases Unaudited Balance Sheet for Year Ended December 31, 2004

COVINGTON, LA, Aug 03, 2005 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS) today announced that Dennis Kowalski of Kowalski & Associates has completed an initial review of the Company's Balance Sheet for the period ended December 31, 2004. This balance sheet, while unaudited, represents that the total stockholders equity (net worth) of Phoenix is about $39.7 million. Mr. Kowalski's firm has been contracted to assist the selected audit firm to audit 2003, 2004, and 2005 and will work in conjunction with the law firm of Dickinson/Wright to help make Phoenix a fully reporting company by mid to late 2006.

As indicated by Mr. Kowalski, this unaudited compilation consists of presenting, in the form of financial statements, information that is provided by and is the representation of management. He has not audited the accompanying financial statement and, accordingly he does not express an opinion or any other form of assurance regarding the statement. It is management's intent that a full audit be performed for the years ended December 31, 2003, December 31, 2004 and December 31, 2005. It is anticipated that the audits for the years 2003, 2004 and 2005 will begin in the fourth quarter of 2005. Management does not anticipate material changes as a result of the upcoming audit.

Mr. Kowalski indicated that management elected to omit at this time, with the exception of those listed below, all disclosures and accompanying footnotes, until such time as the audits are performed. As a result, the attached unaudited balance sheet for the year ended December 31, 2004 is not designed for those who are not informed about such matters.

* Land access: consists of a rights agreement initiated on August 29, 1997, including (5) five-year renewals into 2023.

* Depletable property: a percentage of proven mineral reserves totaling $266,000,000.

Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix, stated, "I have made the decision to release this preliminary balance sheet information in the spirit of providing as much information to our investors as can reasonably be made available on a timely basis, as we prepare for the full audit of our financials, and work toward Phoenix becoming a fully reporting company. We are pleased that this preliminary information provides an indication to our shareholders that Phoenix has a net worth of about $39.7 million, based on what we believe to be conservative estimates of the full value of our mineral rights."


Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
Consolidated Balance Sheet
(Unaudited)
As of December 31, 2004
Assets
Current Assets:
Cash and cash equivalents 60,676
Accounts receivable 83,000
Inventories 9,500,000
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Total current assets 9,643,676
Fixed assets:
Property, plant & equipment 1,918,300
Accumulated depreciation (455,490)
Land access * 850,000
Accumulated depreciation (238,000)
Depletable property * 26,000,000
Accumulated depletion (6,240,000)
Leasehold improvements 18,527,500
Accumulated depreciation (4,323,083)
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Total fixed assets 36,039,227
Other assets:
Prepaid expenses 0
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Total other assets 0
Total assets 45,682,903
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Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity
Current liabilities:
Accounts payable 6,382
Current portion of long term debt 0
Other current liabilities 741,467
Other accrued expenses 7,425
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Total current liabilities 755,274
Non-current liabilities
Note payable - stockholder 378,176
Interest payable 30,765
Other non-current liabilities 4,859,382
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Total non-current liabilities 5,268,323
Stockholders' equity
Preferred stock - affiliates 5,045,000
Common stock, .01 par value, 214,402,969
shares issued at December 31, 2004 2,144,030
Paid - in - capital 33,327,719
Retained earnings (857,443)
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Total stockholders' equity 39,659,306
Total liabilities and
stockholders' equity 45,682,903
=====================

Notes to accompanying statement of assets, liabilities and stockholders' equity:
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

(PBLS) OTC Pink Sheets

I have compiled the accompanying statement of assets, liabilities and stockholders' equity in accordance with Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

A compilation consists of presenting in the form of financial statements, information that is provided by, and the representation of management. I have not audited the accompanying financial statement and, accordingly, do not express an opinion or any other form of assurance regarding the statement. It is management's intent that a full audit be performed for years ended December 31, 2004 and December 31, 2005. It is anticipated that the audits for years 2004 and 2005 will begin in the fourth quarter of 2005. Management does not anticipate material changes as a result of the upcoming audit.

Management has elected to omit at this time, with the exception of those listed below, all disclosures and accompanying footnotes, until which time as the audits are performed. As a result, this financial statement is not designed for those who are not informed about such matters.

Land access: consists of a rights agreement initiated on August 29, 1997, including (5) five-year renewals into 2023.

Depletable property: a percentage of proven mineral reserves totaling $266,000,000.


For More Information Contact:
Ron Blackburn
(985) 845-4627

Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853

KOWALSKI & ASSOCIATES
3230 Central Park West. Suite 202
Toledo, Ohio 43617
Office: 419.517.4847
Fax: 419.517.4850
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
PBLS update..The Company indicated that this new oil lease is located in the State of Kentucky in an area conducive to air rotary drilling. Rome Oil plans to drill five new wells on its leases in Kentucky prior to the end of 2005. The Company estimates its provable and accessible oil reserves in its Kentucky leases to be in excess of 300,000 to 500,000 BBLS.
(OK THAT NUMBER INDICATES AROUND 300MM IN RESERVES ON THAT 1 SITE)

Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing between 5 BBL/Day to 50 BBL/day each, with an average production of 26 BBL/day per well, a rate of production that is expected to increase as new wells come on line.
(PLUS 5 MORE WELLS GOING IN RIGHT NOW THAT WILL DRAW 250 MORE BARRELS PER DAY)

In addition to their drilling activities in Kentucky, Mid-South Resources/Rome Oil & Gas Co. currently is in the process of registering to drill in the State of Wyoming and is in negotiations for a number of new oil leases in that State
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This info on the company not counting anything for katrina that extra what ever would on top of this


456 million outstanding shares, per October 2005 call with Mgmt.
Float approx. 159 million

Current Market-cap based of $0.03 PPS = $13.7 million
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Current Book-value estimated by mgmt (Oct.6) = $45 million
Year-end 2005 projected book-value by mgmt (Oct.6) = $60-70 million
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Projected earnings for 2006 of $10 million, per call with company (pre Katrina, pre oil deal)
$10M/ 466M o/s = 2.15 cents per share of earnings
Apply a typical 15X multiple for $0.32 share price
[A growth multiple would be 25X or $0.54 share price]
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Posted by bond006 on :
 
now that is pre katrina and pre oil deals ans just think what they will add to the bottom line
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
This is definitely a good long term hold. I would love to see this move to the amex.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good maorning all are we ready to move today I hope so feels like a good pr will be out soon if not today this week for sure imho
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
good volume lots of buys not to many sells just have to break that.03
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
We will get there. Just might be slow going until some hard numbers come out.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Here is an interesting link with a bunch of info that is very interesting. This one is very good.
http://ragingbull.lycos.com/mboard/boards.cgi?board=PBLS&read=5794

Many more here.

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/dd.html
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Macdrsirules great dd buddy keep it coming if you would please> Saw your post on Ihub cowboy posted some of your work to it is nice to have a person who will share there work hopefully we all make a lot of money some are thinking a least a 10 bagger by Christmas
 
Posted by SFC_Jordan on :
 
COVINGTON, LA, Nov 03, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Phoenix Associates Land
Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS), a holding company with assets in oil, sand &
gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming
pool construction and construction related industries, announced today it has
acquired another new oil lease for its Mid-South/Rome Oil and Gas Division.

The Company indicated that this new oil lease is located in the State of Wyoming
and consists of 880 acres. Estimated reserves on this lease are approximately 5
million barrels of oil. This lease was acquired for a cash payment. No stock
either common or preferred was used to acquire this lease.

The company has plans to drill a test well on this property prior to year-end
and, assuming satisfactory test results, expects to drill a minimum of nine
production wells on Geological structure with a possible maximum of 22 wells.

Rome Oil is currently selling its oil at a PPB of $52-$57 based on the previous
30 days of oil sales.

Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing between 5BBL/day to
50 BBL/day each, with an average production of 26 BBL/day per well, a rate of
production that is expected to increase as the new wells come on line.

Paul Alonzo, President and CEO of Phoenix, stated, "We are very pleased with the
rapid growth of Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas. Additionally our sand, gravel and
construction businesses continue to grow daily."

Forward-Looking Statements:

This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are made
pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation
Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the words "expect,"
"intend," "estimate," "will" and similar expressions identify forward-looking
statements. By their very nature, forwarding-looking statements are subject to
know and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause our actual results,
performance or achievements or that of our industry, to differ materially from
those expressed or implied in any of our forward-looking statements. Statements
in this press release regarding the Company's business or proposed business,
which are not historical facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve
risks and uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the
Company future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that
the Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since
forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very
nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results in each
case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such
statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on
forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.


For More Information Contact:

Mike Mulshine

Osprey Partners

(732) 233-3853
 
Posted by Malloy on :
 
News and chart look good.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Estimated 5 million barrels in reserves and paid for cash what a company the word has to get out soon
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
posted by grizzy on I hub


do the math (and thanks for the solid numbers Mike!):

18 wells * 26 bbl/day average * $52/barrel min * 250 production days = $6.084M/yr

assume maximum 22 wells * same = $7.436M/year

total: $13.52M = approximately $.029/share

To me this means the following:

- .029 is the *absolute* rock bottom value of this stock, because this figure is exclusively the Rome oil figures and the Wyoming figures
- this is a long-term lower bound because the reserves will be around a long time
- the money is solid as it will not be put back into debt repayment (cuz there's no debt ya know)

Phoenix is laying a foundation here. Their growth is accelerating exponentially and by the time their filing is in they are going to be *sitting pretty*. Damn I'm glad to be in with as many shares as I have.

folks this is just Rome Oil and wyoming lease. This does not include othe oil leases, sand and gravel, construction,pool building, and trucking all in the heart of katrina country
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
New oil figures from a post at r/b preety good imho

Update on Oil

400000 55 $11,000,000.00 27-Oct-05
5000000 55 $137,500,000.00 3-Nov-05
$148,500,000.00

10/27 they said there was 400,000bls x $55.00 a bl which = 22mil. Take 1/2 in taxes, costs, and royalty, and that's 11mil. Do the same for the 11/3 PR. That adds another 137mil.

Total = 148 MILLION DOLLARS.

I can wait.

Oh yeah. 148 / 466mil shares = .32 PPS.

Yep, I can wait.

Oh yeah. That's just ONE segment of the biz. Don't they have 1/2 BILLION in Murphy??????

Do the same exercise, and Murphy alone suggests .53PPS.

Add the 2 2gether, and it's .85PPS.

Did I say I can wait?????
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This a post from Married With Chidern at I Hub phone conversation


Posted by: Married With Children
In reply to: None Date:11/5/2005 3:02:43 PM
Post #of 2419

I spoke with Mike Mulshine yesterday for a few minutes as he was heading to a meeting so I couldn't catch up to much. I had been in Florida for most of the last month and wanted to discuss some things. However Ron Blackburn did return my call yesterday afternoon .. I ran these numbers by him that he had given me regarding the shares about a week before I left. They were 446,560,260 with about 200,000,000 in borkerage accts and approx 90,000,000 of those in the accts of PBLS Employee's like himself. He said those numbers were just pretty right on but went on to say they have having a "accounting" with the TA about exactly what is out there and the findings( next week) would in all probablity be available to shareholders via a company announcement. I'll be the hundredeth to reiterate his or Paul's comments that the rev's are exploding but more than the generic comment to that end I also agree it would be nice to see it broken down into segments and specic's. In closing he told me to stay tuned next week for THE NEWS. I have no Idea what THE NEWS is the emphasis was mentioned after I told him I had almost doubled my position recently at these prices and he seemed thrilled to let me know next week would make me a satisfied shareholder. I am of the "I'll believe when I see it" attitude right now . The future of the company IMO will take some time to completely gestate with that in mind I am not going to be concerned about the interim action until this company has had time to assimilate some of the incredible changes in business priority as a result of Katrina. For Instance when they mentioned buying a couple of swimming pool repair company's around Detroit I thought " what the hell is that about" Now that same acquisition could be working 24 hours a day for years with the repairs just in the New Orleans area and I think some of the other segments have the same increase in potential need for their services....the caveat is they haven't proven anything to me yet though..
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Just to refresh your mind these are some of the things that are highlights about this co.

Sand & Gravel Lease is located on a railroad line and is the closest of all existing mine sites to the I-59 and I-10 interstate highways serving New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast area. Management believes that this key location gives the Company an important competitive advantage due to the significant savings in the costs of transporting mineral and soil products to customer sites in the New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast areas. Management estimates that a contractor on a large construction project, lasting one year or more, will save a minimum of $40,000 per truck per year in fuel, maintenance and labor costs by purchasing mineral products from the Company as compared to the Company's nearest competitor.
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The mineral and soil products that the Company mines have a wide range of uses. These products are used in buildings, highways, foundations, levee construction, concrete, asphalt, glass, swimming pool plaster, golf courses and beach replacement. Management believes many of these product uses are recession-proof which, when coupled with their variety, will contribute to the stability of the Company's revenues.
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Presently, the demand for the Company's mineral and soil products is strong enough that the Company is able to sell all the mineral and soil products that it is able to mine. Additionally, the Company has over 100 customers who have indicated a willingness to purchase all additional quantities of products that the Company can make available.
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The construction side will see unbelieveable growth due to the rebuilding that will take place in the NOLA over the next 4-5 years.
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Murphy Sand and Gravel is registered for hurricane Katrina support with the Army Corp of Engineers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
company gearing up trucking division ,construction division,and alot more oil/gas to come....IMO
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
All good stuff. I've been slowly adding to my position here for a week or so.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Me to Flip Me. I almost wish that we would stay at these levels until I could add a lot more but I just have this feeling this is the last week at these prices. And not anything but my opinion. glta
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Well, we definitely seem to be sitting on the bottom now. We have been here for a while now and no considerable movement either way. I have accumulated some to lower my average, but basically we wait now. I am waiting to hear about how the construction and the pit are doing now.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I am very interested to see if this comes to fruition this week.

"after I told him I had almost doubled my position recently at these prices and he seemed thrilled to let me know next week would make me a satisfied shareholder."

Very interesting from Married with Children.
Thanks bond for posting that info. I also post over there and saw that post.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
How good a history does Married with Children have? Pretty reliable source?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
from what the other say he is a straight shooter
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I have absolutely no idea. But from looking at the post he made he did say that "I'll believe it when I see it". That statement gives the post a little bit of credibility as he did not make any promises of any upcoming news.

I would guess that we will see some good news sometime this week. Just speculation.

I do know that Mike and Ron are very willing to speak with shareholders so I have a tendency to believe what he said.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Good point. I wouldn't make any buy or sell decisions on the rumor, but we all know how much business they have to be doing down there with the reconstruction. So even if it doesn't come out this week, it is coming!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Posted by: sprtcrdlui
In reply to: None Date:11/7/2005 9:43:22 PM
Post #of 2525

PBLS Revenues up 300 %,Stock Equity 1 Bil.,149 Mil.Share Float
Volume is up and Buying is heavy. Katrina and Rita has
Boosted revenues for Construction and Trucking Companys,
As well as Murphy and and Gravels Revenues, for Rebuilding
Of New Orleans and surrounding Areas.
Profit of $3 Million expected in 2005, Over $18,000,000 in
Revenues for 2006, with Billion Dollar in Mineral Reserves.
State of Wyoming oil lease has oil Reserves of approximately
5 million barrels of oil.At $52 a barrel= $260,000,000.00 Reserves
Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing
between 5BBL/day to 50 BBL/day each, with an average of
26 BBL/day per well,selling oil at a PPB of $52-$57
18 x26 = 468 BBL/day $52 x 468 = $24,336 a day.
365 days x 24,336 = $8,882,640.00 annually Revenue
http://www.pbls.biz/pr43.htm Nov.03,2005 Press release
Both Oil Companys will add a minimum of $1,368,000.00 in revenues
for calendar year 2005, will generate over $12,000,000.00 in revenue
for the company in 2006.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm Sep 26, 2005 Press Release.
Murphy Sand & Gravel has proven mineral reserves of $300,000,000.
Should generate over $2,310,000.00 in revenues for the year 2005.
mining and sales capability at between $4 to $8 million per year
http://www.pbls.biz/msg.htm also http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm
PBLS anticipates $1,000,000,000 of mineral reserves end of 2006.
Heaslip Construction -Gross revenues will exceed $2,000,000.00 for
year 2005 .Ann Arbor Pools and Great Lakes Pool Plastering, should
bring in approximately $2,288,000.00 in revenues For 2005.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm Sep 26, 2005 Press release
Bayou State Trucking (BST) of Houma, Louisiana. is currently hauling
within the cities of New Orleans, Kenner, Belle Chasse, Chalmette,
Covington, Hammond, Lacombe and Slidell, Louisiana. Many of these
companies, including Durr Heavy Equipment and Construction Company,
count heavily on Bayou State Trucking (BST) of Houma, Louisiana.
Revenues to calendar year 2005 should be around $650,000.00.
http://www.pbls.biz/bst.htm , http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm
2004 Phoenix grossed $3,000,000 , 2005 Gross $10,000,000.00.
2006 Gross anticipated over $18,000,000.00 with mineral
reserves worth over $1,000,000,000.00 .
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm Sep 26, 2005 Press release
PBLS has a total of 377,291,802 shares issued and outstanding as
of June 10, 2005, of which 228,085,575 are restricted shares,
and the remaining 149,206,227 shares are non-restricted shares
and considered to be the public "float" shares.
(PBLS) Released Unaudited Balance Sheet for 2004 on Aug 03, 2005 .
stockholders equity (net worth) of Phoenix is about $39.7 million.
Add The Oil Reserves another $60 Million . Making stockholders
Equity easily 90 Million.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr23.html June 14, 2005 Company Release.





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Posted by bond006 on :
 
Saw this on another board, looked good, not mine . Mastercraft


PBLS! Alright folks this is it, I just returned from N.O. finding property for one of my clients in the demolition and construction debris recycling bus.
While I was there I went to see some of PBLS's operations,
I am impressed , without going into great detail I can tell you first hand that they are busy like bees. Convoys of trucks in and out it was wonderful to see the reality of it all, and the prospects for next 3-4 years are incredible.
I had a chance to talk with some of the people there and they all seemed to think that this was the last chance to buy at these pices, it seems that they are acutely aware of the pps and all in conert are buying on there own, as I said this is it!! IMHO
TO THE MOON ALICE ! TO THE MOON!!! :-) Tell all the people you hold dearest about this opportunity.. this one's gonna hit .35-.55 and it beginning this week... IMHO
GLTA
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
heavy volume this morning most of it buys.
 
Posted by imran_h on :
 
HUGE NEWS JUST OUT!!!

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Announces Systematic Share Repurchase Program
Wednesday November 9, 10:01 am ET


COVINGTON, La.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 9, 2005--Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS - News) announced today that the company is initiating a systematic share repurchase program to retire up to 100 million shares of the company's common stock to treasury. Effective immediately the company will begin repurchasing shares through both open-market and selected private transactions in order to reduce the total number of outstanding free-trading and restricted company securities.
ADVERTISEMENT


Mr. Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix, stated, "This initiative signifies the Company's commitment and unwavering focus to maximizing shareholder value. To date, we have been extremely reserved in share issuances and are now in the cash position to reward shareholders by actively repurchasing outstanding common stock to further propel the company's underlying fundamentals." He continued, "It is our plan to complete this stock repurchase in conjunction with the ongoing initiatives in place to facilitate fully-reporting status and an eventual exchange migration. We anticipate that we will be able to complete both initiatives by the end of the second quarter of next year."

About Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses. Current company assets include oil leasehold and drilling operations, sand and gravel quarry and mining operations, a contract hauling trucking fleet, diversified construction operations and land-development leaseholds. The Company is experiencing significant organic growth in each of these businesses and is aggressively acquiring synergistic businesses in order to rapidly build capacity.

Safe Harbor

This press release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, and members of its management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, go to the Company's website at: http://www.pbls.biz, or contact: Mike Mulshine, Osprey Partners, (732) 233-3853, osprey57*optonline.net


Contact:
For Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, Covington
Osprey Partners
Mike Mulshine, 732-233-3853
osprey57*optonline.net

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
great post imran_h
 
Posted by imran_h on :
 
Thanks now lets see some upticks...break of .03 is big imo
 
Posted by mmalone on :
 
Huge volume... wonder if it's because of the share repurchase or speculation in preparation for the repurchase... either way, 11 million shares in an hour is pretty good. Should get some attention if it keeps it up.
 
Posted by imran_h on :
 
YUP..they are just matching trades right now as the bid is slowly moving up up and closer to the ask it should u/t here soon, and when .03 is broken watch out imo
 
Posted by mmalone on :
 
Make that half an hour since the news was posted at 10am...
 
Posted by mmalone on :
 
For some reason E-Trade doesn't give me L2s on this one. Anyone have any guesses why not? It's kind of frustrating.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Clarification on NEWS
I don't pretend to know it all, but I did miss an important point. ALL of those 100mil shares going into the treasury will have the certificates pulled to them. What that means is they are GONE from the market. In talking to Mike this morning, which was kind enough to educate me on this matter, once enough people demand the certs, not only the 100mil, but any other shareholders, here is what will more than likely happen. As certs are issued, and assuming we have a "friend" out there who is naked shorting, eventually * some point in time someone will request those certs, and they will NOT be there. Then "they" will be forced to deliver. If they don't, I personally assume legal proceedings could start to force the delivery.

And notice they did not "pin" a price on what they would pay for ea share. Also, and very important is the SHO list. I remember responding to someone (maybe iHub) about why we were not on the list. They said since there was no naked shorting, that's why. Again, in talking to Mike, and everyone should verify this from other means and not "Mike said so", the reason we do not hit the SHO list is exactly what I thought. They are NON_REPORTING. So, assuming we get listed as they say 2nd qtr 06, poop will hit the fan one way or the other.

PS-I think this news dwarfs ANYTHING to do with previous PRs and business in general. As I said earlier. It has never been about the health of the business, or the business plan. It's about the blatant manipulation of the stock. I feel this will ultimately FIX the problem with the PPS.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Another good thing about this pr is that it came out over Businesswire this time much more exposer and i hope they keep that up.
 
Posted by imran_h on :
 
our first bid and ask u/t in a long time hopefully many more follow into the close...the news is huge imo
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This what people are saying and how they fell in LA>

By: sprtcrdlui1
09 Nov 2005, 01:33 PM EST
Msg. 23637 of 23641
Jump to msg. #
Very Surprised on Posts, This Company is Booming,
I live in Baton Rouge, La. The Rebuilding is unbelieveable
right now. Over 110,000 homes need to leveled and rebuilt, Gravel and Dirt need to lay new Roads and Foundations for
homes and New orleans surrounding Areas.
This Company has several Companys used in the Rebuilding,
The have financials as repaorted in Previous Press releases.
People need to do some Reserach. Shaw Company already has
500 million Dollars in Contracts and is advertising on TV everyday, They can't keep up with this major rebuild.
Katrina Devasted new orleans. Murphy Sand and Gravel is just North west of New Orleans, Have access to Railroad and Bayou Trucking. Who are all Dirt and Heavy Equipment.
The Company is Visible and Market Makers, Can't keep it down. Lot of People in Louisiana know these Companys,.
I myself am investing every Pay Period. So if anyone can lower the Price. Like a market maker, greatly appreciated.
That would me i will get to buy more shares for my Money.
Lot of us here in louisiana are loading up and will continue to buy. At these Low Prices. Sellers are welcome
but will be unhappy when they becoming fully reporting in
Mid 2006. Take Care.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
In the last hour I have seen 2 100 share buys must be mm's signals most likely need shares
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
over 20 million shares traded today
 
Posted by nectarsyem on :
 
cup with handle?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
25 million shares traded today this was some serious acumulation that took place today.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
this was the news i have been hoping for bought back my posistion and now looking for a good ride
lets make some money
bmax,
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by nectarsyem:
cup with handle?

imo the handle would be a little low for the classic cup w/handle
but we are sitting right on the support line so this looks like the correct point to start buying
good luck
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
nice to have you back bemaxingout I am all for making somemoney
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This a post sprtcrduil on r/b he lives in Baton Rouge and ii working in a construct related business.


By: sprtcrdlui1
09 Nov 2005, 09:05 PM EST
Msg. 23751 of 23753
(This msg. is a reply to 23745 by sirtemp0.)
Jump to msg. #
SirtempO's, this is to reply back to 100 million
Couple things to bring to your attention. The first is the response to saying up to 100 million. I am not sure if you aware the Devastation That Katrina Has down to the State of Louisiana, especially the New Orleans are and surrounding areas. The Insurance Companys Had Tents setup in Parking Lots Settling Claims. 100,000's Home Owners had received Insurance Settlement. I know for I live in Baton Rouge , Louisiana, I work at a Heavy Equipment, Aeraial Lift Company. Its Unbeliveable, We are Breaking Records every Month. I have Suppliers that can't keep up With Repair Parts. Our Fleet sits at over 700 pieces of Equipment. Over 95% on rent and we can't keep up witth Demand. LumberYards are running out of Wood constantly. They can't keep up with demand. Everyone is rebuilding and
alot of Companys are running 24 Hours Buiding Homes.
Our weather has been Fairly Dry and weather at 60 at night.
So you can see why the Company will buy 100 million Shares.
They are going to break Records, On trucking, for they Haul Equipmenmt as well as Gravel and sand, Which is neede for Concrete and Roads and leveling House Foundations. All these Companys are probably having tough times keeping up . Mainly due to lack of Help. Everyone is working in the Construction. This pace will go on for 2- 3 years.
There are around 110,000 -140,000 Homes that need to be Leveled and Built. If you or anyone you know who is plumber, air conditioning, carpenters, masonary, Brick Laying, Sheet rock, Roofers, Truck Drivers. All these positions are needed in Louisiana, especially soince the rebuilding is going on.
Throw in 2 Oil locations that are Producing Oil for Sale.
State of Wyoming oil lease has oil Reserves of approximately
5 million barrels of oil.At $52 a barrel= $260,000,000.00 Reserves
Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing
between 5BBL/day to 50 BBL/day each, with an average of
26 BBL/day per well,selling oil at a PPB of $52-$57
18 x26 = 468 BBL/day $52 x 468 = $24,336 a day.
365 days x 24,336 = $8,882,640.00 annually Revenue
http://www.pbls.biz/pr43.htm Nov.03,2005 Press release
Both Oil Companys will add a minimum of $1,368,000.00 in revenues
for calendar year 2005, will generate over $12,000,000.00 in revenue
for the company in 2006.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm Sep 26, 2005 Press Release.
Murphy Sand & Gravel has proven mineral reserves of $300,000,000.
Should generate over $2,310,000.00 in revenues for the year 2005.
mining and sales capability at between $4 to $8 million per year
http://www.pbls.biz/msg.htm also http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm
PBLS anticipates $1,000,000,000 of mineral reserves end of 2006.
Heaslip Construction -Gross revenues will exceed $2,000,000.00 for
year 2005 .Ann Arbor Pools and Great Lakes Pool Plastering, should
bring in approximately $2,288,000.00 in revenues For 2005.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm Sep 26, 2005 Press release
Bayou State Trucking (BST) of Houma, Louisiana. is currently hauling
within the cities of New Orleans, Kenner, Belle Chasse, Chalmette,
Covington, Hammond, Lacombe and Slidell, Louisiana. Many of these
companies, including Durr Heavy Equipment and Construction Company,
count heavily on Bayou State Trucking (BST) of Houma, Louisiana.
Revenues to calendar year 2005 should be around $650,000.00.
http://www.pbls.biz/bst.htm , http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm
2004 Phoenix grossed $3,000,000 , 2005 Gross $10,000,000.00.
2006 Gross anticipated over $18,000,000.00 with mineral
reserves worth over $1,000,000,000.00 .
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm Sep 26, 2005 Press release
PBLS has a total of 377,291,802 shares issued and outstanding as
of June 10, 2005, of which 228,085,575 are restricted shares,
and the remaining 149,206,227 shares are non-restricted shares
and considered to be the public "float" shares.
(PBLS) Released Unaudited Balance Sheet for 2004 on Aug 03, 2005 .
stockholders equity (net worth) of Phoenix is about $39.7 million.
Add The Oil Reserves another $60 Million . Making stockholders
Equity easily 90 Million.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr23.html June 14, 2005 Company Release.

I hope you can understand from this information.

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Strong Buy)
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
KaaaBooooooooooM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


COVINGTON, La., Nov 10, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS) announced today that the company's Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas Division has secured a new oil lease in Wyoming consisting of over 2080 acres. Recent geologic surveys suggest that the estimated reserves of this lease will increase the company's existing oil reserves in the state by over 162%, from 5 million barrels to approximately 13.1 million barrels.

Rome Oil & Gas President, John Barksdale, has engaged P & M Petroleum Management of Denver, Colorado to assist him with the onsite management of the property during the drilling of the initial test well, which should be completed shortly.

Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix, stated, "The acquisition of this new lease significantly increases our potential production capacity in the area and marks a continuation of our strategy to acquire lease assets with low-risk and high production profiles." He continued, "We continue to evaluate some very exciting lease opportunities on a daily basis, in keeping with the company's growth-at-a-reasonable-price philosophy, in order to further deepen our footprint in domestic fossil fuel production."

The Company also updated that it is in the process of drilling six new wells on its existing Kentucky lease hold. Rome Oil & Gas currently has 18 producing wells in Kentucky averaging 26 barrels per day each, or approximately 14,000 barrels per month in total. With the company's 30-day sales average of $54.50 per barrel, management expects continued impressive revenue and earnings growth as the new wells are on line.

About Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses. Current company assets include oil leasehold and drilling operations, sand and gravel quarry and mining operations, a contract hauling trucking fleet, diversified construction operations and land-development leaseholds. The Company is experiencing significant organic growth in each of these businesses and is aggressively acquiring synergistic businesses in order to rapidly build capacity.

Safe Harbor

This press release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of Phoenix Associates, and members of its management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.

SOURCE: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

For Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, Covington
Osprey Partners
Mike Mulshine, 732-233-3853
osprey57*optonline.net
http://www.pbls.biz

Copyright Business
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Another great pr and it again came over business wire the word will really be getting out now. imho
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Fantastic stuff.

"The Company also updated that it is in the process of drilling six new wells on its existing Kentucky lease hold. Rome Oil & Gas currently has 18 producing wells in Kentucky averaging 26 barrels per day each, or approximately 14,000 barrels per month in total. With the company's 30-day sales average of $54.50 per barrel, management expects continued impressive revenue and earnings growth as the new wells are on line."

Cha-ching!
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
thanks bond its good to be back
i have been playing over on the big boards and making money

looks like the good news just keeps coming for pbls
starting today we make money.

p.s. i dont know if anyone is interested or not but irbl is going to be a good play also.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
It seems like we are on a tread mill and running in place with 2 great pr's I guess it will take nothing short of an ungagged t/a and audit financials to really make this move
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
exactly share buy back isnt worth alot without the ta ungaged to verify the numbers.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Posted by: kelly leak
In reply to: BlindSquirrel who wrote msg# 1278
Date:11/10/2005 3:02:23 PM
Post #of 1292

I talked to Ron today..here's some of what I learned.

The company buyback in the open market has not started but will very soon. Within days. They are very serious about becoming fully filed and moving to another exchange.

The murphy side is busy and has added some new equipment and extended the working hours to help meet demand. They have one large customer..their bread and butter..that uses a special type and size sand that murphy can produce. That customer has a plant in Slidell. The balance of the sand and gravel and topsoil overburden is also in great demand. While the sand and gravel may not be a terrific shooting star..they have a steadily growing business with one large customer that is their cornerstone.

The trucking side is basically for the convienece of PBLS to move their product efficiently. It will never be a huge profit center IMO. That is the nature of the trucking business if you have ever been around them. At least PBLS is smart enough to contract with owner-operators and not own the equipment themselves.

The construction side is booming as expected. Since the PBLS contractors are state licensed, have a good reputation and are local, they can basically cherry pick their choice of work right now. There is so much construction work available and will be available in the are that's it's unbelievable. Don't be surprised if PBLS acquires another contactor or two to help with the amount of work available to them. This side of the business will see huge growth.

We are presently drilling in KY. The amount of working interest share in the leases for PBLS is around 80%, with the balance to the landowner and geologists. PBLS is focusing on this segment along with the construction side as the main growth for the company ahead.

The pool side is not as big a growth deal and while profitable; growing by acquiring other companies is hard because most are too high priced in the eyes of management. They are "value" buyers of other companies. They basically got into the pool business through their large customer in Slidell that uses the sand in their pool coating products. Those products are shipped all over the world.

So here's how I read things..sand and gravel as a steady growing cash cow. Construction-oil/gas potential goldmines.
Tucking profitable but will never be anything major, just a needed ticket to good service for the customers. Pools..a sideline that may or maynot develope into a high growth deal.

Oh and by the way..the new office is a cash deal. With most of the furniture included in the purchase price. Space for anyone in the NOLA area is at a high premium, and I believe this was an excellent investment. Don't forget that the property can be used in the future a collateral against a line of credit if ever needed. Cheers. This is definately a buy and hold at these levels.


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Posted by bond006 on :
 
According to kelly leak he talked to Ron today and Ron said the buy back will not start for a couple of days.

I think if i was an mm I would try to keep the pps doown to buy as amny cheap shares as I can now for the next big run and that is what I think they have been doing the last 2 days. They can't hold this back forever so as soon as they can accumulate as much as they can then they will let it run for another round imho that is one idea. There is a lot more pr's in the pipe and the news is finaly getting around noe don't forget we are a month away for the bb filing and after that one of the higher boards.The more i think of it the more I think Ron and Paul are telling the truth they are not diluting why would they with an audit about to go public in about 60 days? imho glta long and strong
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
PBLS

PHOENIX ASSOCIATES LAND SYNDICATE
Daily Commentary


Our system posted a BUY-IF today. The previous SELL recommendation that was confirmed was made on 10.21.2005 (20) days ago, when the stock price was 0.0390. Since then PBLS has fallen -30.77% .

Are you still eager to buy? It is O. K., but patience is also a good virtue. The market is thinking to go up but still hesitant. It is better to get the buy permission from the market. Check first what happened at after hours trading and futures. Then, follow the next session very carefully.

Do you see a gap-up at the market open? Do you see a white candlestick forming with a higher close at the session's end? Shortly, is it a nice bullish day? If so, place your buy orders and open new long positions. The market is now on the bull side.

But, be careful, also. If you see a gap-down when the market opens, or if the session closes with a bearish sentiment producing a black candlestick characterized by a lower close, do not challenge the market. Ignore the BUY-IF alert. Cancel the buy orders and cover any new long positions that you might have opened. Bears are still in control.

[MOTTO OF THE DAY]
Up or down the decision will come soon
Buy when the bulls finally go to the moon


Data provided by: End of Day Data


BUY-IF


0.0270
-0.0010 -3.57%

Candlestick Analysis
Today’s Candlestick Patterns:

Short Black Candlestick




Today a Short Black Candlestick was formed. This implies relatively weak selling pressure with little price movement.

For more about this candlestick click here.



Stock Quote
Day's Close 0.0270
Previous Close 0.0280
Previous Open 0.0265
Change -0.0010
% Change -3.57%
Volume 8,512,201
Stock Activity
Day's Open 0.0280
Day's High 0.0280
Day's Low 0.0260
50-Day Close M.A. 0.0361
200-Day Close M.A. 0.0149
65-Day Volume M.A. 14,963,036



Two-Year Signal History
Date Price Signal $100 Became
10.21.05 0.0390 Sell 2,139
10.18.05 0.0320 Buy 1,755
09.16.05 0.0680 Sell 1,755
08.31.05 0.0037 Buy 96
08.22.05 0.0034 Buy 88
08.08.05 0.0052 Sell 88
08.04.05 0.0050 Buy 84
07.11.05 0.0056 Sell 84
06.03.05 0.0070 Buy 105
06.01.05 0.0080 Sell 105
03.28.05 0.0140 Buy 185
02.14.05 0.0080 Sell 185
01.20.05 0.0050 Buy 115
10.11.04 0.0060 Sell 115
06.29.04 0.0052 Buy 100
02.02.04 0.0070 Sell 100
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
update on figures based on pbls management figuse for revevue assets and a/s o/s, and float.


Update for tonight.

Lots to go. Most important, notice the PPS * the bottom for JUST the Rome Oil & 2005 Murphy revs. Unreal people.

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/overview.html

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Posted by bond006 on :
 
this is an email to mike by an investor taken off r/b this is mikes reply


bmw: I still don't know what 'gagging the ta' means. Here is the email I rec'd 11/09/2005:

> Your interest in PBLS is greatly appreciated. My latest knowledge is that Phoneix has about 446 million shares issues, of which about 159 million shares are in the public float.... Clearly, the newly announced share repurchase program will lower these numbers.

> Mike Mulshine
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
so it looks like wehave 2 choices when it comes to shares> I got the same numbers from ron when I called him about a week ago.T/A told me to call management.

Choice one we don't believe management they have a plan and dilution is part of it. That case we should sell and go somewhere else.

Choice two we belive management and there statements that they care for shareholders well being and they are telling the truth we will find out when the audit is released.


I personaly go with choice two I am going to be in this for a few more quaters I believe the pay off will be huge and if I had two choose which I do there is no other option of choices. Two is the one I don't believe the boys are lying and if we prosper they prosper. gltal monday should be interesting
 
Posted by man4apenny on :
 
just reading on the ihub board earlier today and guess someone talked to mike yesterday (yes saturday lol). He said buy back should start sometime this coming week fwiw. I think pps may actually dip if co. buys at the bid and pushes price down. After all, they want to buy as cheap as possible. After they are done with a much smaller float and os count the pps should start to climb pretty fast imo. GL
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
More News>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>



Tuesday , November 15, 2005 07:30 ET

COVINGTON, La., Nov 15, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets: PBLS) announced today that it has signed a binding letter of intent to purchase Covington, Louisiana based ProGas, Inc. The deal, which is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, will add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing Oil & Gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190,000,000 in annual revenues to Phoenix. While specific information on the acquisition will be made available when the transaction closes, the Company did release that transaction consideration will consist of a combination of cash, restricted and preferred shares.

ProGas, which also has offices in Houston, Texas, is a full service energy company that provides marketing responsive solutions to Energy producers and consumers, with services including energy supply management, natural gas and crude oil marketing, physical energy transportation (trucks, barges, pipelines), physical and financial risk management, administrative and regulatory consulting and a rapidly growing facilities financing division.

Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix stated, "This acquisition embodies a strategic cornerstone in our ongoing efforts to attain critical mass in our energy operations and establish a sizable domestic footprint. The acquisition will not only add substantial free cash flows but also significant margin enhancement by acting as internal marketing agent for our existing Oil & Gas production operations." He continued, "I am particularly excited by the rapid growth of ProGas' facilities finance division. This business will give Phoenix a unique opportunity to help qualified producers grow their production and reserve base by taking a risk-mitigated ownership position in the physical asset of these businesses. The financing structure frees producers to focus their capital resources on core oil and gas producing activities while providing Phoenix with partial ownership, pre-agreed lease payouts and revenues over a designated time period."

About Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses. Current company assets include oil leasehold and drilling operations, sand and gravel quarry and mining operations, a contract hauling trucking fleet, diversified construction operations and land-development leaseholds. The Company is experiencing significant organic growth in each of these businesses and is aggressively acquiring synergistic businesses in order to rapidly build capacity.

Forward Looking Statements

This press release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of members of its management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, go to the Company's website at: http://www.pbls.biz, or contact:

SOURCE: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate.

For Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, Covington
Osprey Partners
Mike Mulshine, 732-233-3853
osprey57*optonline.net

Copyright Business Wire 2005
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
No matter what the pps is at the presenttime there is lots of positives with tis co. imho I am buying at this point
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I was gone on monday and according to my last post before I left I said monday would be interesting. I guess I was certainly right. I think this shake is providing a good pps for the co's buy back and should be over soon. imho glta
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
NICE!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
just got filled!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190,000,000 in annual revenues to Phoenix.

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Already up over 23% on over 4.5 million shares traded.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
2 left at .026 GO BABY!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
WOW! Some nice cash hitting the ASK!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
go baby go my l2's are not going to good this morning thanks for the up date lilpenny i wil have them in a little while
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Little stall or dip here(Perhaps)....HOLD ON!
But........no one shaking yet!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
No hits on the bid at that shake. I say we break into the .03's easy today. Look at this hot candle just forming and going up!

 -
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Tuesday , November 15, 2005 07:30 ET

COVINGTON, La., Nov 15, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets: PBLS) announced today that it has signed a binding letter of intent to purchase Covington, Louisiana based ProGas, Inc. The deal, which is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, will add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing Oil & Gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190,000,000 in annual revenues to Phoenix.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
who would ever think we would be cheering a stock with assets like this to make it to .03
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL, Yea........Little resistance at .026
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
but, ONLY ONE LEFT THERE NOW!!! GO MAN GO!!!!!!!!LOL
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
OT:

Hey lil....are you expecting?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bowlegtroy:
OT:

Hey lil....are you expecting?

Expecting What? LOL
The only thing I'm expecting is GREEEEEEEEEN!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
 -
Chart getting better and better. MACD crossing and RSI about to go over 50.......

Oh, are you talking about my site? LOL
Just an old site I use to place photos for uploading. LOL
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
The link to the chart is on a pregnancy site?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Broke .026 resistance next resistance at .027 and .028. Once we break those its off to the MOON!
Already rounding it's 10 day volume!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just an old site for uploading Troy. LOL
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
and I was about to congratulate you and everything!!! LOL!

On another note, this stock has done quite well since you picked it back in the .003 range.

Glad you're feeling better, too!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
It has done well and will continue to do so....
With PR's like this.
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
Tuesday , November 15, 2005 07:30 ET

COVINGTON, La., Nov 15, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets: PBLS) announced today that it has signed a binding letter of intent to purchase Covington, Louisiana based ProGas, Inc. The deal, which is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, will add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing Oil & Gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190,000,000 in annual revenues to Phoenix.

and this chart!

 -
Chart getting better and better. MACD crossing and RSI about to go over 50.......
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
BID up to .0265!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Resistance here at .027 and .028....I say we break that today!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Printing HOD! I love this GREEN MONSTER!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
WOW! Wall of MM's went from 5 at .027 to 2! WHOO-HOO!
 
Posted by mmalone on :
 
Can someone who has L2s for this stock tell me what brokerage they're using? I have e-trade and for some reason I can't get the L2s for pbls.

Thanks.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
one left .027!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
3x.0265

1x.027
1x.0275
3x.028
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
CHARGE HAHAHA
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
ASK at .0275! and one there
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.ASKING .028 the last Strong resistance. GO BABY!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Last [Tick] 0.0275[ + ]
Change 0.0065
Change 30.95%
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
lOSING .028 AND NO strong resistance till the high .03's!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
break .03 today and gooooooooooooo
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
All this volume will start to be noticed to and that will attract new investors
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
One left at .028! We are going to eat up the .03's!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
long past yesturdays volume already might make 40million shares today
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I need to take my little one to ballet now. I'll be back later. This will really fly this afternoon now that we broke the big resistance.
Gonna' be real nice tomorrow!

See you in a bit!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
good luck lilpenny see you when you get back
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Wait and see what happens when this purchase becomes official in 15 days and wait until the oil and gas boys start to play this as an oil and gas play along with all the other N.O. revenue and work.We wil be launching the USS pbls.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Here is the link to Progas for anybody interested this will add 20 X earmings to the bottom line


http://www.progasinc.com
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Great, thanks bond.
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
starting to smell like money to me
 
Posted by bmaxingout on :
 
man dont ya just love making money
this little puppy is growing wings
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just got back home..........NICE!

Only going to go up more before the end of the month.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Nice strong close at .027, up 28%. Tomorrow should be great as well as the next two weeks!

I'm happy and hanging!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
A post from cowboy explaining the value of what progas is to pbls.

usc_cowboy
15 Nov 2005, 08:25 PM EST
Msg. 24862 of 24875
Jump to msg. #
Observation of an ol' Cowboy.

One of the most exciting things about the acquisition of ProGas Inc is they bring to the table seasoned and well positioned staff recognized in the industry, after all they are a 'full service NG and crude marketing company for over 10 years, and staff experience runs 20 -44 years.

They gather, transport, provide specialized accounting, 24/7 activity in the Oil and Gas markets, and best saved till last.......

they '..assist our producers in finding drillable prospects.' PBLS now has new capacity to satiate their cash cows by seeking out and negotiating new oil and gas opportunities using seasoned, experienced professionals and now Paul and Ron can focus their entire enrgy to growing the company..

I am truly blessed to have found this pebble and was wise enough to load up and stay long, looking for additional opportunity to add more and more during this 'once in a lifetime' buying window.

nuff preaching to the choir,

perhaps 5 or 6 of us major longs should have PBLS-3d Home division build us a major mansion on Maui where we each could hideout for a couple months each year. An exclusive and limited venture when our payday arrives.

Cowboy
Long n Strong

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Strong Buy)
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Tuesday , November 15, 2005 12:50 ET

Nov 15, 2005 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- **************** strives to find dynamic issues that are unknown but because of their technology, approach, executive team, recent discoveries or other key factors, could advance in the market. **************** has identified the following company based on these criteria. Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (OTCPK:PBLS), is a company that, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses.

The company received a boost today, as individual share prices rose 28 percent, or $.006 per share, trading at $.027, with a volume of 12.3 million shares.

The boost came shortly after today's announcement that the company has signed a binding letter of intent to purchase Covington, Louisiana based ProGas, Inc. The deal is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, and could add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing oil and gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190 million in annual revenues to Phoenix. Transaction consideration will consist of a combination of cash, restricted and preferred shares. More information on the acquisition will be made available when the transaction closes.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Tuesday , November 15, 2005 12:50 ET

Nov 15, 2005 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- **************** strives to find dynamic issues that are unknown but because of their technology, approach, executive team, recent discoveries or other key factors, could advance in the market. **************** has identified the following company based on these criteria. Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (OTCPK:PBLS), is a company that, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses.

The company received a boost today, as individual share prices rose 28 percent, or $.006 per share, trading at $.027, with a volume of 12.3 million shares.

The boost came shortly after today's announcement that the company has signed a binding letter of intent to purchase Covington, Louisiana based ProGas, Inc. The deal is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, and could add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing oil and gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190 million in annual revenues to Phoenix. Transaction consideration will consist of a combination of cash, restricted and preferred shares. More information on the acquisition will be made available when the transaction closes.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Posted by: PowerPole
In reply to: None Date:11/15/2005 7:46:35 PM
Post #of 3757

A friend of mine talked to Mike Mulshine today...

So I cannot personally vouch for the validity of this information...He told me:

1) The trading account(s) should become active either tomorrow or Thursday. The Company wants to Push the pps up, for us, and themselves...

2) The BuyBack 'may' go for more than 100MM shares.

3) Cowboy 'may' be correct that a Large transaction for 'Restricted' Stock 'may' have already taken place. My question is: Where's the PR? Go ahead and let us know this...That would be a Big Boost!
 
Posted by trader_adam on :
 
what would be a good entry point for pbls with all of this activity happening? I'm looking for long term holdings.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Trader Adam I really think this stock is under valued now but do your own dd it is just my opinion
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
pnew from r/b his update on figure given to him by pbls manament


Done update

2005 Net revenues + Assets- $138,840,092.50 / 346,560,260 = .40PPS

2006 Net revenues + Assets- $245,446,360.00 / 346,560,260 = .71PPS

Few key points:

Even with the cash they lay out for recent purchases, it still equates to assets. You can see by the end of this year, book value will be .40PPS.

I will add the link for the DD page, overview page, and the spreadsheet I made to calculate and keep track of the numbers. It's not the fanciest out there, but it gets the job done. You are welcome to open it up & or save it, and play with the numbers. Tab 3 is the show stopper. I must admit I had no proof or reason to even remotely consider a $1.00+ PPS as many have stated. After today, I now have that proof. If anyone sees errors, I have also added my e-mail to all pages. Enjoy fellow Peeblers.

PS-I can almost taste the Lobster & Steak.....

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/overview.html

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/pblsvaluation.xls

Paul
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
These are some of my reasons that I feel that this stock has a huge upside way to go beyound the asset value, which of course is always the solid reason to invest. But there is also another side,which is the method of business and how it unfolds and the factors.

* up to 100 million share buyback just announced
* pre existing government contracts that will be expanded upon as work continues after the Katrina hurricane
* a fast expanding Oil division purchased with cash and restricted preferred shares (holding the float steady)
* a construction division within minutes of thousands of destroyed homes
* due diligence by acquired companies willing to take restricted/preferred shares as payment for their companies (tells you a lot about the prospects of PBLS)
* fast tract plan to be listed on OTC or a larger board
* strong cash flow from each division but especially now the cash cow oil division
* a management experienced in acquisitions willing to negotiate without heavy dilutive effects ... usually cash and preferred/restricted shares
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
lots of sellers this morning lets see what happens a little later
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Nice DD Bond.
Going to bring this back over to this page.

Tuesday , November 15, 2005 12:50 ET

Nov 15, 2005 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- **************** strives to find dynamic issues that are unknown but because of their technology, approach, executive team, recent discoveries or other key factors, could advance in the market. **************** has identified the following company based on these criteria. Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (OTCPK:PBLS), is a company that, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses.

The company received a boost today, as individual share prices rose 28 percent, or $.006 per share, trading at $.027, with a volume of 12.3 million shares.

The boost came shortly after today's announcement that the company has signed a binding letter of intent to purchase Covington, Louisiana based ProGas, Inc. The deal is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, and could add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing oil and gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190 million in annual revenues to Phoenix. Transaction consideration will consist of a combination of cash, restricted and preferred shares. More information on the acquisition will be made available when the transaction closes.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thank you lilpenny lets hope we see green today good morning
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I love this!

The deal is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, and could add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing oil and gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190 million in annual revenues to Phoenix. Transaction consideration


THE PPS IS GOING TO ROCKET!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good morning to you as well. I'm not selling this one! Going to keep adding over the next two weeks!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
This has got me so EXCITED. I am going to make a bundle when this closes! Not daytrading it. I'm holding out for the deal to close.

190 MILLION IN REVENUE!!!!!!!!!HUGE!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
MOVING BACK UP!!!!!!!!!WHOOO-HOOO!
I am excited for all of us getting in this now.

Don't get greedy and hold past the close of this deal. After the close it will come back down. Then pick it up again. That's what I'm going to do. More Great news will come after that.
One left on the ask at .0284
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
with you on this lil' bought a few days ago and am willing to hold 'til eom [Big Grin]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
glad that we got rid of the sellers early no we will see some green let go crew and make some bank daddy need to pay his taxes
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL, I'm am going against my 3 day rule on this one and adding, adding, adding.....through all of the dips.......028 now........Hoping to see at least .08-.10 by the close of the purchase!
 
Posted by Freddy on :
 
Where can I get the best and most updated quotes for this stock. Newbie here
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
T&S.

www.4lfs.com
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Or L2's at alpha trade.com
 
Posted by Freddy on :
 
Thanks Lil Penny,How do I tell if they are buys or sales from quote on 4lfs? Thanks
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
All aboard for thoes heading north.


We are going north the rush is on
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Freddy:
Thanks Lil Penny,How do I tell if they are buys or sales from quote on 4lfs? Thanks

You can't. I sometimes buy on the bid and sell on the ask.
Most just assume that if it is at the ask it is a buy, if it is at the bid it is a sell.

I am able to sell at the ask if it is running fast and buy on the bid if it is slow.

Hope that helps. HIGH OF DAY NOW!
 
Posted by Freddy on :
 
Some are red and some are green and some have no color?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
And..........hey CJ, good to have you aboard with me! It's going to be an awesome ride over the next two weeks UP!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Red is a tick down from the last trade...green is a tick up from the last trade and white is traded the same as the previous trade.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
bringing their website over

http://www.pbls.biz/

COMPANY INTRODUCTION

Phoenix Associate Land Syndicate, Inc. is a holding company with assets and/or interests in sand & gravel, soil products, land development, oil and natural gas, commodity brokering, plumbing, trucking, contract hauling, construction, swimming pool construction and construction related industries. Its stock is traded publicly on the Pink Sheets Bulletin Board under the symbol: PBLS.

Current Operating Business Units are:

Mining Division
Murphy Sand & Gravel
D.B.I.


Construction Division
Heaslip Construction
Ann Arbor Pools
Great Lakes Pool Plastering
California Plumbing

Trucking Division
Bayou State Trucking

Acquisitions/Business Development
Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources, Inc.
JTW Construction
Burke Pool Construction
Brazilian Land Sale
Log Home Manufacturing


Oil and Gas Division


Brokerage Division


The Phoenix corporate core philosophy is to acquire companies that:
Have unrealized profit potential and are willing and eager to work within the Phoenix "family" to improve their company's performance.

Are motivated and need business guidance and/or financial assistance in order to succeed.

Have owners that wish to divest of a company for retirement and/or other personal reasons.

To properly develop and consistently grow as a holding company, other companies such as those described will be added through continued acquisition. This effort will result in an increase in positive cash flow by tapping the sales potential inherent in the newly acquired companies and their assets. As PBLS moves its growth strategy forward, its gross revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and shareholder value will be driven markedly higher, increasing shareholder value.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.029 biggest resistance......watch for a break out.....once we clear that..........BOOOOOOM!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
have a buy in for .0275 may have to change it to the ASK
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I have to sell some things want to get in more before the buy back starts after that you will most likley be lucky to buy at.05 imho
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
it keeps dropping.........I have my finger on the buy button. This is a great dip, I'm getting more when I see the stall....
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning everybody. There does not seem to be any new news,but we sure had plenty of it over the last 2 weeks maybe the buy back is about to kick in they said it was a good possibility this week or next. Good trading today I am going to keep my eye open for anything to report.glta
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Thanks bond.......looking forward to the next two weeks.
I got more yesterday and if the pps drops any more. I'll add again.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
The management is on there way back from Seattle as I post this they were on business there I hope they are coming back with goodies in there bag.

I hate to say this but I still can't figure out amep pumps less oil than we do and they arenot making any money but they still trade at twice what we do.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Posted by justhere on r/b


Posted by: justhere
In reply to: None Date:11/17/2005 11:22:10 AM
Post #of 3954

I talked to Ron Tuesday, said he was in Washington State, where he did not say. A fellow investor, who owners a small dirt pit and several dump trucks, from my area and I are going to meeting with Ron and Paul the week after Thanksgiving either Nov 29 or Dec 1 which ever is good for them and my friend. Ron said he and Paul wants to send aleast 2 hrs with us. He also said that the company really wants shareholders to come by tour in place spend time with them but call before coming so they set aside the time, he said they do not want a hurried meeting. He said that the company is very concern about what is happening to the share price but they are going to take care of it. He did not comment on what nor did I ask. If you have any concerns please call the company and speak to them I know you will feel the same way I do they care about us and that is good to know.

Jim
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Hang in there people the mm's at this point want you to get yancy and sell imho. we will have some kind of news i am sure pretty soon if not this week than next the trip to Seattle was not made to get some fresh sea food
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
What a ride today lod .24 closed unchanged at .27.

Rumor buy back has been going on with restricted and prefered shares. I have heard it on r/b and ihub that tomorrow they will come out guns blazing on the public trading side this is just an educated guess by these posters fueled buy dd and conversations with managers> Oh and btw rumor has it the mm's are short of shares. On ihub and r/b longs have been requesting certs be mailed to them this if they are telling the truth this is 10"s of millions of shares. So tomorrow might be an interesting day. glta thus is the rumor mill
 
Posted by airdoo on :
 
hey lil long time no talk. i got back almost a month ago and i was sad to see you weren't on the qbid board. well since i can't use the private message function we have to talk on the board in front of others. i have doc working on that right now. well if you wanna chat i'll be on the q board. take care lil.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
HEY MY DOO IS BACK!!! I've missed you!

Get that PM working Doc!

AND A MONTH?
........WHAT YOU MEAN A MONTH!!!! like 30 days?
and took this long to find me?......... ;(

lol...good to have you back sweetie! Really.....missed you bunches!

MUAH!  -
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Look at this for a plan


PBLS's, Progas Will move Rome's Oil & Gas through USA Pipelines
Nov 15, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE)Binding Letter of Intent to Acquire
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition is Expected to Add $190 Million
in Revenues. The deal, which is expected to close on or before
November 30, 2005.
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm
ProGas purchases and markets natural gas throughout the
eastern United States on both interstate and intrastate pipelines.
ProGas offers Long term or monthly supply crude oil is available
on nearly all the interstate pipelines servicing the Eastern
United States.
http://www.progasinc.com/
Oct 27, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX)
Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing between
5 BBL/Day to 50 BBL/day each, average 26 BBL/day per well,
18 x26 = 468 BBL/day. expected to increase as new wells come on line.
Now Progas Can Move the Oil Through interstate and intrastate pipelines.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
November 3, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX)
New Oil Lease in Wyoming for its Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas Division
The Company has plans to drill a minimum of nine production wells
a possible maximum of 22 wells.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr43.htm
Production easily double with 40 wells averaging 26 barrels a day.
over a 1000 BBL/day, Rome Oil is currently selling its oil at a
PPB of $52-$57. $52,000 a day on just the Oil Business alone.
$18,980,000 in Oil revenue, Progas $190,000,000 in Revenue.
Murphy Sand & Gravel $4 to $8 million per year.
http://www.pbls.biz/msg.htm also http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm
Heaslip Const. revenues will exceed $2,000,000.00 for 2005.
Ann Arbor Pools and Great Lakes Pool Plastering, should
bring in approximately $2,288,000.00 in revenues For 2005.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm Sep 26, 2005 Press release
Bayou State Trucking Revenues for 2005 around $650,000
http://www.pbls.biz/bst.htm , http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
NICE!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Well the investors just might have done it between a bunch of longs getting certs and co buying no volume price going up on bid and very few orders getting filled we might have a pop here. co can't buy back last hour so lets see
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
seeing some late day buying action here. Watch for a gap on Monday!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Pretty close. I'm happy for Monday. HEY JEFF! Nice to see ya' here!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
check out the IHub site on PBLS: I like...imo

Investor Relations
Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853
osprey57*optonline.net

-----------------------------------------------------------
~ Latest News Releases ~
Acquire Pro-Gas ($190M in Revenues)- http://www.pbls.biz/pr45.htm
Increased Wyoming Oil Reserves - http://www.pbls.biz/pr44.htm
Share repurchase (up to 100 million shares) - http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051109/20051109005582.html?.v=1
New Wyoming Oil Lease - http://www.pbls.biz/pr43.htm
New Kentucky Oil Leases - http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Expanding Headquarters - http://www.pbls.biz/pr41.htm
Closing the Oil deal - http://www.pbls.biz/pr40.htm
Construction Acquisition - http://www.pbls.biz/pr39.htm
Update on Business Operations - http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm

-----------------------------------------------------------

456 million outstanding shares, per October 2005 call with Mgmt.
Float approx. 159 million

Current Market-cap based of $0.03 PPS = $13.7 million
----------------------------------------------------------

Current Book-value estimated by mgmt (Oct.6) = $45 million
Year-end 2005 projected book-value by mgmt (Oct.6) = $60-70 million
-----------------------------------------------------------

Projected earnings for 2006 of $10 million, per call with company (pre Katrina, pre oil deal)
$10M/ 466M o/s = 2.15 cents per share of earnings
Apply a typical 15X multiple for $0.32 share price
[A growth multiple would be 25X or $0.54 share price]
---------------------------------------------------------

For 2006 earnings add in all the Katrina work, plus recent/new acquisitions
Estimate that to be $25 million for 2006 and assume 100M more restricted shares
$25M/566 o/s = 4.4 cents per share of forward looking 2006 earnings
Apply a typical 15X multiple for $0.66 share price
[A growth multiple would be 25X or $1.10 share price]

(this is just me making a somewhat educated guess)
------------------------------------------------------------

Murphy Sand & Gravel division (820 acres)-- Reserves estimated at $260 million (more recent company materials also show $300 million, like the Sept. 6, 2005 PR).

February 1997 gave us an estimate of “$260 million based on the lowest prices charged by each of the other mining operations in the area for like products” (source: June 14, 2005 news release)

That evaluation is from almost 9 years ago… based on “lowest prices charged”.

Estimate that the sand and gravel property re-evaluation comes in over $600 million (“at least double” Investor Relations, Mike Mulshine 14/9/2005). With 466 million shares out, that’s over $1.28 per share in sand/gravel reserves.
------------------------------------------------------------
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Draw your own conclusion where future oil and natural gas prices will be:

-Many top oil-producing nations have peaked in oil discoveries and production.
-U.S. discoveries peaked around 1930 and production peaked around 1970.
-U.S. production has decreased by 40% since.
-U.S. production continues to decline despite technological innovation and capital investment.
-Every year since 1981, the oil industry has pumped more oil than it has discovered.
-World discoveries continue to decline despite technological innovation and capital investment.
-The world’s 14 largest fields have an average age of more than 50 years.
-20% of global production comes from the 14 largest fields.
-70% of global production comes from fields more than 30 years old.
-The world’s largest oil field, Saudi Arabia’s ghawar, was discovered in 1948.
-Saudi discoveries peaked in 1948.
-World discoveries peaked in the 1960s.
-The energy cost of oil is the amount of energy required to produce the oil.
-Energy cost includes energy used in exploration, drilling, pumping, transporting and refining.
-The energetically recoverable oil is independent of market price – it is a physical constraint.
-When energy cost exceeds energy yield, production is no longer worthwhile at any price.
-Ultimately recoverable oil is constrained by net energy yield, not market price.
-30-40% of oil is recovered from a typical field at current market prices.
-An unknown percentage of world reserves can be recovered before energy yield turns negative.
-The 1960s discovery peak established the downward trend of the global discovery curve.
-Remaining reserves are estimated by extrapolating the discovery curve.
-Oil production mirrors discovery plus a time lag.
-‘Peak oil’ refers to production ceiling.
-Peaking is different than running out.
-Oil production is limited by the rate of flow, not how much is in the ground.
-The production rate of flow peaks when approximately half of reserves are depleted.
-Estimates of global oil production peak depend on unreliable reserve data.
-Future demand also affects the production peak.
-Absent perfect data, the question is not if but when global oil production will peak.
-Global oil production is projected by some to peak this decade.
-Peak production will only be observable some length of time after it occurs.
-Current global demand is about 82 million barrels per day.
-The International Energy Agency predicts demand of 120 million barrels per day by 2030.
-The IEA prediction assumes a demand growth rate of 1.5% compounded.
-The IEA prediction neglects the depletion rate of existing reserves.
-The Association for the Study of Peak Oil estimates that depletion of existing reserves is 2.4%.
-4% more oil must be produced each year to offset depletion plus demand growth.
-3 million more barrels must be pumped daily by the end of 2005 to offset depletion plus growth.
-22% or 22 million more barrels would be needed daily by 2010.
-167% or 227 million more barrels would be needed daily by 2030 – clearly impossible.
--The above numbers reflect a compounded 4% rate of increase.
-Canada and Venezuela possess vast oilsand reserves.
-Oilsand extraction is an energy intensive mining operation.
-The amount of energetically recoverable oilsands is unknown.
-The mining of oilsands cannot extract oil at the same rate as conventional pumping.
-Oilsand production is presently 1 Mb per day and is projected to reach 2 Mb per day by 2010.
-Increased oilsand mining cannot offset the depletion rates of conventional oil.
-North American natural gas is near peak production and cannot offset declining oil production.
-Natural gas imports are constrained by transport bottlenecks and cannot offset declining oil.
-Hydrogen is an energy carrier that is largely produced from natural gas.
-The U.S. has 100-200 years of coal reserves at current consumption rates.
-Coal presently accounts for 23% of U.S. energy production for electricity.
-Future coal will be required to replace electricity production from declining natural gas.
-Coal can be converted to gas inefficiently – South Africa does this now.
-Coal mining yield and conversion inefficiency cannot offset the depletion rates of oil.
-Oil from shale is a mining operation that cannot offset depletion of conventional oil.
-Solar and wind energy is dilute, intermittent, land-intensive, and can’t be stored on a large scale.
-Biofuel production is constrained by competition with food crops for land.
-It takes 10 years to build a nuclear plant.
-10 years past peak, oil production will have decreased 36% at a 2.4% compounded decline rate.
-Population growth and energy availability are highly correlated.
-It took millions of years for human population to reach 1 billion by 1850.
-It took 150 years for population to reach 6 billion by 2000.
-At the current growth rate of 1.6%, population now increases by 1 billion every 10 years.
-Modern agriculture is heavily subsidized by oil-based pesticides and gas-based fertilizers.
-Modern agriculture is heavily mechanized and dependent on oil for pumping water.
-Organic crop yields are several times smaller than petroleum-subsidized crop yields.
-Post-Soviet cessation of oil supplies to North Korea resulted in severe and continuing famine.
-By the time the problem is recognized, the next generation has been born.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good job bond
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
See the buying pressure that started right before the close on Friday? VOLUME coming in.

MACD Kissing tomorrow!

 -

[ November 20, 2005, 21:33: Message edited by: lilpennypincher ]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
nice chart lilpenny I hope we gap up tomorrow and run some
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'm sure it will continue to go up as everyone is going to want to get in with this coming within the next 10 days!

The deal is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, and could add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing oil and gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190 million in annual revenues to Phoenix.

STAND BACK.......IT'S GONNA' PLODE!

and 5*'s for you bond. Just for being smart enough to see a great opportunity to make good bank and deliver great DD!
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Somebody called Friday to speak with Mike or Ron and the secretary stated that they were at a closing. I bet we see a PR today or tomorrow.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thanks lil penny back at ya with 5 stars for all the great posts and hard work
 
Posted by YumiBubblegum on :
 
what is the bid/ask
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.026-.027 Yumi......


macdrsirules
Member


Member Rated:
posted November 21, 2005 01:28
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Somebody called Friday to speak with Mike or Ron and the secretary stated that they were at a closing. I bet we see a PR today or tomorrow.

Who was that? Nice, That would be sweeeeeeeeeet!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just added more and just in time. UT!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I just added more I look at this as a good time to buy these shakes have got to come mm's need more shares now if this keeps up I will sell something else and buy more glta I will keep my eyes open
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
You'll be glad you got more as well bond by next week. Remember Short holiday week this week!

Monday is going to come around real fast and you'll want you shares by the end of the month!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Phoenix Signs Multi-Year Mining Contract



Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix)
(OTC: PBLS) is very pleased to announce that Mike Ellinger, the owner of
Mike's Enterprises, has signed a multi-year contract through the year 2023
with Phoenix and will be working on the mine site at the Murphy Sand and
Gravel operation located in Pearl River, Louisiana. Mr. Ellinger and his
company are working to enhance the extraction of soil, gravel, sand and
other products at Murphy's, which is the cornerstone of the Company's
Mining Division.

CEO, Paul Alonzo, having a long working relationship with Mr. Ellinger
prior to this new eighteen-year contract, states that, "Mike's new contract
and the addition of his mining equipment to the Murphy operation will
greatly benefit the efforts and will increase the ongoing revenues of
Phoenix by an estimated $4,500,000 per year and an estimated $600,000 in
net profit per year."

Investor Information:

Phoenix, trading on the OTC Pinksheets (OTC: PBLS), has about 2,600
shareholders of record. The Company has a total of 377,291,802 shares
issued and outstanding as of June 10, 2005, of which 228,085,575 are
restricted shares, and the remaining 149,206,227 shares are non-restricted
shares and considered to be the public "float" shares. Based on the closing
price of PBLS on June 10th, the Company's Market Cap is about $5.3 million.

For more information about Phoenix, go to the Company's website at:
http://www.pbls.biz

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are
made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities
Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the
words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will" and similar expressions
identify forward-looking statements. By their very nature, forward-looking
statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that
may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or that of our
industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of
our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding
the Company's business or proposed business, which are not historical
facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and
uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's
future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the
Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since
forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their
very nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results
in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in
such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on
forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.


For More Information Contact:
Paul Alonzo
Phoenix
(985) 845-4627
Email Contact
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
My last post was taken from financials.com it was dated 11/21/05
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
In my opinion today was just an mm shake they need shares for the coming runThe word is getting out now just today we had a post from South Korea and Lilpenny answerd his question that all started when pbls started using business wire for more exposer. Another thing if you look at the chart on Ihub you will see a constant increase in accumulation since the beginning of Nov. this all points to the next run in my opinion Lilpenny is right when she said the progas closure will kick start this thing to go. And if you look at there record they have completed every one of there buys that they have pr. Another words a 100% track record this one they waited until they had a binding letter of intent. glta I really think we are going to see a trend change soon.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Bravo again bond.

I'm still adding shares....got another 28750 shares today!

Will get more tomorrow when I sell my GZFX!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
Phoenix Signs Multi-Year Mining Contract



Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix)
(OTC: PBLS) is very pleased to announce that Mike Ellinger, the owner of
Mike's Enterprises, has signed a multi-year contract through the year 2023
with Phoenix and will be working on the mine site at the Murphy Sand and
Gravel operation located in Pearl River, Louisiana. Mr. Ellinger and his
company are working to enhance the extraction of soil, gravel, sand and
other products at Murphy's, which is the cornerstone of the Company's
Mining Division.

CEO, Paul Alonzo, having a long working relationship with Mr. Ellinger
prior to this new eighteen-year contract, states that, "Mike's new contract
and the addition of his mining equipment to the Murphy operation will
greatly benefit the efforts and will increase the ongoing revenues of
Phoenix by an estimated $4,500,000 per year and an estimated $600,000 in
net profit per year."

Investor Information:

Phoenix, trading on the OTC Pinksheets (OTC: PBLS), has about 2,600
shareholders of record. The Company has a total of 377,291,802 shares
issued and outstanding as of June 10, 2005, of which 228,085,575 are
restricted shares, and the remaining 149,206,227 shares are non-restricted
shares and considered to be the public "float" shares. Based on the closing
price of PBLS on June 10th, the Company's Market Cap is about $5.3 million.

For more information about Phoenix, go to the Company's website at:
http://www.pbls.biz

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are
made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities
Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the
words "expect," "intend," "estimate," "will" and similar expressions
identify forward-looking statements. By their very nature, forward-looking
statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that
may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or that of our
industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of
our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding
the Company's business or proposed business, which are not historical
facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and
uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's
future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the
Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since
forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their
very nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results
in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in
such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on
forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.


For More Information Contact:
Paul Alonzo
Phoenix
(985) 845-4627
Email Contact

I'm just reading this over and over!

"Mike's new contract
and the addition of his mining equipment to the Murphy operation will
greatly benefit the efforts and will increase the ongoing revenues of
Phoenix by an estimated $4,500,000 per year and an estimated $600,000 in
net profit per year."



KABOOOOOM!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
bond can you get that link for me? Can't get to it........
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
That news post was from 6/21/2005. Old News. Here is that link.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr25.htm

Here is a post I wrote a half hour ago.

Want another line. Here's some DD for you guys. Hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did making it.

Speaking of old press releases it might be a good idea to reflect on our company over the past year. This post is long but I will try to cover only the highlights of each PR. After making this post it made me think how impatient we are as we agonize over the daily PPS and “microworry” about every little thing. Most of us including myself overanalyze the day to day aspects. I hope this post reaffirms your belief in PBLS as it did to me. The fundamentals will take us to where we want to be, in time.

3/29/2005

Covington, Louisiana - Phoenix (PBLS) is a pink sheet company with over 2,600 stockholders holding less than 245,000,000 shares, with $300,000,000 in assets and a $35,000,000 in house financial statement. The Phoenix group of companies has no convertible debt and reported $2,000,000 of income in each of the past three years.
Phoenix stock is grossly under valued because the company has not promoted its stock until the debt settlement agreement was finished.
Phoenix has purchased its second pool company to provide better coverage for the four state area mentioned above. With this addition, Phoenix expects to do approximately 200 pools in 2005.
Paul Alonzo
President and Chairman of the Board
PHOENIX ASSOCIATES LAND SYNDICATE

(985) 845-4627

4/22/2005

The status of Phoenix remains similar to its past news releases including $300,000,000 plus in mineral assets under lease, and a $30,000,000 in-house financial statement. Phoenix has rescinded all of the purchase agreements with the plumbing companies in California. The insurance and management issues were too overwhelming for Phoenix in its current financial condition.

Paul Alonzo
President and Chairman of the Board
PHOENIX ASSOCIATES LAND SYNDICATE
(985) 845-4627


6/14/2005

The first acquisition of the new "Phoenix" was Murphy Sand and Gravel in 1997, and proceeded to invest millions of dollars in this 820-acre property located in Pearl River, Louisiana, preparing it for implementation of mining that is now going on and expanding rapidly.

The second acquisition by Phoenix was Bayou State Trucking. Bayou State Trucking is a brokerage company that has over 300 trucks in its brokerage fleet.

The third business area Phoenix has entered is the backyard leisure and recreation market. Phoenix acquired Ann Arbor Pool Builders, Inc., which is a licensed General Contractor in Michigan. This company builds high end in-ground pools and spas.
Beyond the initial purchase, Phoenix has completed a Detroit Michigan acquisition by acquiring Great Lakes Pool Plastering.
By acquiring in the above-mentioned areas, Phoenix plans to cover thousands of square miles of the Midwest to Southeastern and South Central U.S.
Phoenix believes that this division will have 12-15 related companies within the next 2-year period and will generate in excess of $25 million per year in gross revenues.

The most recent new development for Phoenix is the creation of an oil and gas exploration division.

Phoenix, trading on the OTC Pinksheets (Symbol: PBLS) has about 2,600 shareholders of record. The Company has a total of 377,291,802 shares issued and outstanding as of June 10, 2005, of which 228,085,575 are restricted shares, and the remaining 149,206,227 shares are non-restricted shares and considered to be the public "float" shares.

Contact:
Paul Alonzo
Phoenix
(985) 845-4627
phoenixassoc*bellsouth.net
or
Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853
osprey57*optonline.net


6/16/2005

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate today announced its plan to become a fully reporting company, a necessary step as the Company prepares to move from the pink sheets to the OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB). Mr. Alonzo, President and CEO of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate announced that the Board of Directors made the decision to bring the Company into SEC compliance and to become a fully reporting company in accordance with the U.S. Securities Act of 1934 by mid-2006. To facilitate this achievement, Phoenix has engaged the services of Michael Raymond, Esq., with Dickinson Wright, PLLC, Counselors at Law of Ann Arbor, Michigan, as their SEC Attorney. Phoenix also announced that it has engaged the accounting services of Dennis Kowalski of Toledo, Ohio, thus assuring compliance with SEC and NASD regulations for a fully reporting traded company. In addition to Mr. Raymond and Mr. Kowalski, Ms. Patti Fischer, Phoenix's Regional Liaison located in Toledo, Ohio, will also be a member of the team that will bring Phoenix to fully reporting status with the SEC and NASD.

Contact:
Paul Alonzo
Phoenix
(985) 845-4627
phoenixassoc*bellsouth.net
or
Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853
osprey57*optonline.net

SEE POST 4365 FOR 6/21/2005

6/29/2005 Read all of this one

TO ALL PBLS INVESTORS:

From time to time various questions arise from Phoenix investors that involve possible shorting (What can we do?), dilution (Who will get some shares and what percentage do I have?), and of course our progress toward becoming a full reporting company (When will it happen?).

With regard to Phoenix becoming a full reporting company, it is our plan to make announcements from time-to-time on our progress. The Company is determined to complete this process in 2006 and has made several public announcements on this issue and will continue with these progress reports.

With regard to possible shorting of our stock, we believe this is properly attacked by buying stock in the open market coupled with more buying. Phoenix believes that as more potential investors become aware of our Company and come to understand our business, the buying will continue and our stock will tend to move to stronger hands over the next few months and possibly years. The second thing that can be done by investors would be to demand delivery of your certificate when you buy PBLS stock. If you gain physical possession of your shares in certificate form you will greatly contribute to put the shorters out of business.

The third issue is dilution. Phoenix is a growing company. We plan to add five to eight new acquisitions before 2005 is over. Phoenix does not generally buy with cash, but buys with stock. As Phoenix buys -- the assets and the income of the company are expected to increase exponentially. As Phoenix grows, stock will be issued. With these stock issuances, the company continues to increase its stock value for all concerned, but this also causes dilution. There are many companies that do not grow, they have no dilution, they have no market and they have very few future prospects to drive their stock value. We believe that Phoenix stock is for those investors that are interested in a healthy, growing, dynamic company that has a future and that is not content with stagnation. As a limited example, companies like G.E. own and operate hundreds of companies and they have issued 10.61 billion shares of stock and continue to do so. This entire message is from Paul Alonzo, President and CEO of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, and it reflects the view and business plan as developed by the Phoenix Board of Directors.

Contact:
Paul Alonzo
Phoenix
(985) 845-4627
phoenixassoc*bellsouth.net
or
Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853
osprey57*optonline.net

(It is of my opinion that as of 11/21/05 they have more cash than anticipated although most acquisitions are paid by cash and stock).

7/1/2005

TO ALL PBLS INVESTORS:

Several investors called the office after our last news release expressing concerns about the use of stock when purchasing existing companies. RESTRICTED AND/OR PREFERRED are the words I left out of the release. In almost all cases we use five year restricted and/or preferred stock to purchase other companies. Each deal has certain unique aspects but they are usually structured with RESTRICTED AND/OR PREFERRED STOCK with certain triggers wherein a seller can exercise various contract options. It is also appropriate to say that any purchase by Phoenix would be expected to be accretive within the first year of purchase, which is certainly in the best interest of our current shareholders. I hope this further clarifies the use of stock in Phoenix purchases.

7/26/2005

The Ann Arbor Pool Builders division reported (unaudited) revenues for the six months ended June 30, 2005 of $864,000, an increase of 17% over the $735,000 for the same period a year earlier. This division of Phoenix also reported that its profits for the first six months of 2005 increased by 108% when compared to the same period a year earlier.

Based on 3rd and 4th quarter sales last year, Phoenix expects Ann Arbor Pool Builders to achieve sales in excess of $2,000,000 for 2005.

8/3/2005

Phoenix Associates Releases Unaudited Balance Sheet for Year Ended December 31, 2004. This balance sheet, while unaudited, represents that the total stockholders equity (net worth) of Phoenix is about $39.7 million.

8/4/2005

Phoenix Associates Announces a Stock Buy Back
PBLS will pay $.004 per share for your stock.

8/8/2005

Phoenix Announces Plans to Accelerate the Process of Becoming a Fully Reporting Company.

8/9/2005

Unsolicited investor comments
http://www.pbls.biz/invcomments.htm

8/10/2005

Updated Buy Back Proposal
PBLS will pay $.0041 per share for your stock.

9/1/2005

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (OTC: PBLS) up 51.3% on 24.3 million shares traded.

9/6/2005

Murphy Sand & Gravel, is located in Pearl River, Louisiana, and is the closest mining operation to the New Orleans area and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Our location has millions of tons of soil, sand and gravel and we stand ready to furnish material to help rebuild the devastated areas surrounding the Gulf Coast communities and the City of New Orleans.

9/8/2005

PBLS today announced, after its skirmish with Hurricane Katrina, that it has relocated and set up temporary offices in Galveston, Texas, and business has been UNINTERRUPTED. Stockholders will have more good news in the next few days because Phoenix lawyers have put the final touches on the agreement to purchase two oil and gas companies and the seller's attorneys have signed off on the final agreement. Stay turned.

9/12/2005

The President of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Updates Shareholders
THANKS TO ALL OF YOU HEROES -- we know who you are -- Superman did not come to the rescue -- YOU DID. I only wish that I could have been young enough and strong enough to have been one of you. You are the military, policemen, fire fighters, political leaders, and volunteers and you are the best of us and we are the rest of us. It will be up to the rest of us to do our small part in bringing our area back -- AND WE WILL. God is watching what we do and we must do it right. The rest of us must not fall short of the standard that was set by our HEROES.

You may remember seeing three-ton bags of sand being dropped into the breached drainage canals at the 17th street canal (this canal separates Orleans Parish and Jefferson Parish) and also at the industrial canal (this canal connects the Mississippi River to Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans). Guess who supplied much of the sand to the contractors that did the work? You did through your investment in Phoenix and its Mining Division -- Murphy Sand & Gravel.

9/15/2005

WE ARE BACK! Phoenix is back from temporary offices in Galveston, Texas and is now operating in its home base in Madisonville, Louisiana and Pearl River, Louisiana.

9/19/2005

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate today announced that it has fully executed an irrevocable binding letter of intent for the acquisition of Mid-South Resources, Inc., and Rome Oil and Gas Company.
Mr. Alonzo commented further, "Today, Monday, September 19, 2005, the Company's gravel mining operations are open and the truckers are returning. Phoenix is also gearing up its construction division because of Hurricane Katrina. There will be no shortage of real news on these three business areas in the upcoming months."

9/26/2005
A MUST READ
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm

10/6/2005

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS) today announced that it has completed the acquisition of 3-D Builders, Inc. in a deal for stock and cash, in an effort to increase its construction division capacity in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita.

10/18/2005

Phoenix Closes on Two Oil & Gas Companies
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate announced today that it has completed the purchase, for cash and stock, of the Kentucky-based corporations -- Mid-South Resources, Inc., and Rome Oil and Gas Company.

For More Information Contact:
Ron Blackburn
(985) 845-4627
Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853

10/26/2005

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate announced today that it is expanding its corporate office facilities, and has entered into an agreement to acquire a property in nearby Madisonville, Louisiana. Paul Alonzo stated, "Thanks to the growth of Phoenix's business operations, we find it necessary to expand our headquarters office facilities. We have reached an agreement to purchase a property at 504 Water Street in Madisonville, Louisiana. The closing on this new facility is expected to take place on or before November 23, 2005. This property is locally known as Coquille Cottage and is located on the Tchefuncte River. I ask that our shareholders and interested investors to please feel free to visit us at our new office any time after December 15th, 2005. This office is planned to serve as part of the Phoenix corporate office structure for many years to come."

10/27/2005

Phoenix Acquires New Oil Lease in Kentucky for Its Mid-South Resources/Rome Oil & Gas Division
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate announced today that a new oil lease has been acquired for its Mid-South Resources/Rome Oil and Gas Division. The Company estimates its provable and accessible oil reserves in its Kentucky leases to be in excess of 300,000 to 500,000 BBLS. Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing between 5 BBL/Day to 50 BBL/day each, with an average production of 26 BBL/day per well, a rate of production that is expected to increase as new wells come on line.

11/03/2005

Phoenix Acquires New Oil Lease in Wyoming for its Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas Division
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate announced today it has acquired another new oil lease for its Mid-South/Rome Oil and Gas Division.
The Company indicated that this new oil lease is located in the State of Wyoming and consists of 880 acres. Estimated reserves on this lease are approximately 5 million barrels of oil.
(Note the difference in the two PRS, one estimates its provable and accessible and the second is estimated.)

11/9/2005

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Announces Systematic Share Repurchase Program
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS - News) announced today that the company is initiating a systematic share repurchase program to retire up to 100 million shares of the company's common stock to treasury. Effective immediately the company will begin repurchasing shares through both open-market and selected private transactions in order to reduce the total number of outstanding free-trading and restricted company securities.
Mr. Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix, stated,” To date, we have been extremely reserved in share issuances and are now in the cash position to reward shareholders by actively repurchasing outstanding common stock to further propel the company's underlying fundamentals." He continued, "It is our plan to complete this stock repurchase in conjunction with the ongoing initiatives in place to facilitate fully-reporting status and an eventual exchange migration. We anticipate that we will be able to complete both initiatives by the end of the second quarter of next year."

11/10/2005

Phoenix Acquires New Oil Lease in Wyoming for its Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas Division
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS) announced today that the company's Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas Division has secured a new oil lease in Wyoming consisting of over 2080 acres. Recent geologic surveys suggest that the estimated reserves of this lease will increase the company's existing oil reserves in the state by over 162%, from 5 million barrels to approximately 13.1 million barrels.

11/15/2005

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Enters Into Binding Letter of Intent to Acquire ProGas, Inc.
Completed Acquisition is Expected to Add $190 Million in Revenues.
The deal, which is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, will add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing Oil & Gas operations.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
sorry for my excitement..........thanks for the post macdrsirules.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
sorry for the up roar pulled it off this site


http://www.financials.com/info/story.cfm?StoryNum=1477620
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Posted by bond006 on :
 
Sorry I thought I found something it was old news I guess won't happen again green day I hope
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This is a post from I hub today!!!!!!!!!!!


Posted by: Shizoku
In reply to: None Date:11/22/2005 11:30:12 AM
Post #of 4414

This is what I got from conversation with Mike Mulshine:
On share count:
1: Outstanding shares 446,000,000
2: Float 159,000,000

On progasinc:
Deal was made with nominal amount of preferred shares and cash,
Preferred shares have a price guaranteed in 5 years, how much is that price? He can not say, maybe released when deal is complete. Progasinc is very familiar with PBLS management and this just shows how much faith they have in them and where they think PBLS will be in a few years.

On becoming fully reporting company:
SEC attorney for PBLS has made it clear that this must be expedited, remaining a pink is not an option anymore because of progasinc acquisition. By middle of 2nd quarter 2006 PBLS will be fully reporting company. Move will be to otcbb.

On further revenues:
PBLS intends to have revenue in the Billions, management has made it clear anyone who sticks with us ( shareholders)will be very rich.

On reason why share price is where it is now:
MM's got caught on Katrina run to .12 and are covering. Company buyback will pull certs so those shares can not be shorted, has buyback started? He said all mechanisms in place but can not answer that.

On new drilling?
5 new wells in KY expected before the end of the year. Company in contact with good drilling companies, we will hear about a lot more new wells.

Just be patient, the move will come when MM's are done IMO, I can’t see this stock at this price, it hurts to look at it but hey a good time to add.


Shizoku


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Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Is Progasinc a publicly traded company? Cant find anything on them. Anyone help? Another is Hydroslotter Corp. Cant find them, Canadian I believe. Russian technology to enhance stripper wells.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Great bond....

and Dog....I'll do some DD tonight.

The kiddo is ruling the house right now and pushing my husband and I around........(How a 4 year old does that is a good question)!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Is this it?

Holy Smoken' JOE!

http://www.bp.com/sectiongenericarticle.do?categoryId=3050065&contentId=3050142

Let me POST it again........


11/15/2005

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Enters Into Binding Letter of Intent to Acquire ProGas, Inc.
Completed Acquisition is Expected to Add $190 Million in Revenues.
The deal, which is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, will add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing Oil & Gas operations.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Lilpenny I have a 4 year old also and she runs the house.

Heres some info about progas.

http://www.progasinc.com/dynatemplates/100267/content_h.cfm?S=1001230&SP=/dynaweb/1001230&M=101&SM=100&SC=100000&P=N&U=1&SS=1&Ver=0

Homepage here
http://www.progasinc.com/
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
Is this it?

Holy Smoken' JOE!

http://www.bp.com/sectiongenericarticle.do?categoryId=3050065&contentId=3050142

Let me POST it again........


11/15/2005

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Enters Into Binding Letter of Intent to Acquire ProGas, Inc.
Completed Acquisition is Expected to Add $190 Million in Revenues.
The deal, which is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, will add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing Oil & Gas operations.

LOL I wish! I don't think so though. The PR says they are based out of Covington Louisiana, and the ProGas with BP is out of Canada. I will still take the 190 mil in revenue though, even from the Bayou! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Hydroslotter corp. I only get this.

http://www.energy.psu.edu/swc/membership.shtml
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
AWH.come on guys......you just spoiled my night!
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Here they are!

http://www.progasinc.com/
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Doh!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL, Thanks Hoss...........Too funny!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Going to be out for most of the trading day today. I'm holding for the news! I'll chime in when I get home!

GLA!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Shake is still going on mm's still in need of shares.imho I can't wait until next week alot should happen and we should break this mode. Maybe by Christmas we will be a bunch of very happy campers
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Thanks yall for the dd. That was all I could find on Progas after I queried yesterday. It WOULD be nice if it was the BP version, but doesnt look like it.Very positive anyway. Im usually leery of "Associates", "Syndicate", "Holdings", ect., but this pink's management seems to have their act VERY together and very open about it.Even with the slip in energy stocks recently, the long term for a "legit" well managed company can only be up!Been in and out of this since July. Not sure if I want to dothat with PBLS. Looking more like a serious long term hold (exception to the rule?)
By the way,my interest in Hydroslotter is it cuts slots in casing and can reach as far as 15' into pay zone. BIGN has used it to enhance old stripper wells recently. Ive learned some large independents (Apache is one) are also trying it. If it doubles or triples stripper production, that could be enormous. 90% + of Oklahomas OIL wells are stripper. Double/triple production would have tremendous impact! Supposed to be vastly superior to the ageold perforating gun. If they are publicly traded, I want IN! Now,lets get TWOG launched.
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
By the way again. Hydroslotter has a web site under construction. That's all I know so far. (Meant to say lets go PBLS, but TWOG too.)
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Happy Turkey Day all see you tomorrow. I can't wait for next week. Progas,maybe the reason for Seatlle,and who knows what else.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This a post I pulled off of r/b using numbers that pbls has put out in pr's if and the web addresses given. If all this is true and you do think the company is telling the truth WOW!!!!!!!!!!

By: sprtcrdlui1
24 Nov 2005, 09:10 PM EST
Msg. 25895 of 25904
Jump to msg. #
PBLS * .025, .17 EPS For 2005, .22 EPS for 2006
2005 Revenues
Rome Oil & Gas Co., $1,368,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Murphy Sand & Gravel excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Heaslip Construction excess of $2,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Ann Arbor Pools $2,288,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Bayou State Trucking around $650,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Progas Inc. . $190,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
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$198,618,000.00 in revenues for 2005
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition will Add $190 Million in Revenues
for FY 2005
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8613714

Last of 2005, gross revenues will exceeding $10,000,000.00 profit
exceeding gross revenues where in 2004. $3,000,000.00 30% Profit
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


$59,585,400.00 Profit 2005 / 346,560,260 shres = .17 EPS for 2005
PBLS trading 25 x Earnings is $4.25 PPS
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


2006 revenues $224,388,000
Progas Inc. $190,000,000
Rome Oil and Mid South Oil $12,000,000
Murphy Sand and Gravel Est. $3,500,000 50% growth from 2005
Heaslip Construction Est $3,000,000 50% growth from 2005
Ann Arbor, Great Lakes Pool $3,388,000 50% growth from 2005
Bayou State Trucking $1,000,000 50% growth from 2005

Adding the long term assets:
Murphy Sand and Gravel: In ground reserves $500,000,000.00 Gross
Rome Oil Kentucky: 400,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $20,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Rome Oil Wyoming:13,100,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $655,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm $1,235,750,000.00

2006 Revenue & Assets $1,399,300,000.00 / 346,560,260 = $4.03 PPS

2006 Revenue $224,388,000 / 346,560,260 = .64 pps
2006 Profit $67,301,000 / 346,560,260 = .22 EPS for 2006

30% Profit .22 pps x 25 mutiplier = $5.50 PPS

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Strong Buy)


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Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Oh' boy! That's HOT! I am going to go over this and see what I get.........INSANE!!!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Bid stacking!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
We're gapping up. I think everyone is going to get in today and Monday before the end of the month!


11/15/2005

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Enters Into Binding Letter of Intent to Acquire ProGas, Inc.
Completed Acquisition is Expected to Add $190 Million in Revenues.
The deal, which is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, will add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing Oil & Gas operations.
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
This a post I pulled off of r/b using numbers that pbls has put out in pr's if and the web addresses given. If all this is true and you do think the company is telling the truth WOW!!!!!!!!!!

By: sprtcrdlui1
24 Nov 2005, 09:10 PM EST
Msg. 25895 of 25904
Jump to msg. #
PBLS * .025, .17 EPS For 2005, .22 EPS for 2006
2005 Revenues
Rome Oil & Gas Co., $1,368,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Murphy Sand & Gravel excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Heaslip Construction excess of $2,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Ann Arbor Pools $2,288,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Bayou State Trucking around $650,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Progas Inc. . $190,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
-------------------------------------------------------------------
$198,618,000.00 in revenues for 2005
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition will Add $190 Million in Revenues
for FY 2005
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8613714

Last of 2005, gross revenues will exceeding $10,000,000.00 profit
exceeding gross revenues where in 2004. $3,000,000.00 30% Profit
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


$59,585,400.00 Profit 2005 / 346,560,260 shres = .17 EPS for 2005
PBLS trading 25 x Earnings is $4.25 PPS
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


2006 revenues $224,388,000
Progas Inc. $190,000,000
Rome Oil and Mid South Oil $12,000,000
Murphy Sand and Gravel Est. $3,500,000 50% growth from 2005
Heaslip Construction Est $3,000,000 50% growth from 2005
Ann Arbor, Great Lakes Pool $3,388,000 50% growth from 2005
Bayou State Trucking $1,000,000 50% growth from 2005

Adding the long term assets:
Murphy Sand and Gravel: In ground reserves $500,000,000.00 Gross
Rome Oil Kentucky: 400,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $20,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Rome Oil Wyoming:13,100,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $655,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm $1,235,750,000.00

2006 Revenue & Assets $1,399,300,000.00 / 346,560,260 = $4.03 PPS

2006 Revenue $224,388,000 / 346,560,260 = .64 pps
2006 Profit $67,301,000 / 346,560,260 = .22 EPS for 2006

30% Profit .22 pps x 25 mutiplier = $5.50 PPS

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Strong Buy)


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These #'s look nearly awesome.... the only thing I would change though is the multiplier.. I would reduce it down to 5 - 10, but even there, it indicates this thing is tremendously undervalued!

I don't have any free cash unless I start selling some others, but if I did have something free, here is a great spot to put it!
[Smile]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
HOT!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Thanks FOT. Doing my homework for me? LOL
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Bid up! .025/.026
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If everything happens next week it should make you head spin.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Yes it will. Can't wait!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'm getting a little more now. I keep reading the PR's and am getting more excited.

Gonna' Make BIG BANK!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Got more! Whooo-HOOO!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Nice in the green.....Next week is gonna' rock!
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I am with ya lilpenny and bond and the rest. I am selling my other long as it seems to be a future long and will put it into PLBS on Monday.

Two other investors posted on another forum that they have spoken with the auditor working for PBLS. In both cases the auditor seemed short and but stated that the company was for real(DUH), here is one of the posts.

"Mulshine suggested the process of getting approval will be expediated by the fact that Progas is fully audited private company and once the acquistion/merger is completed will provide 90% of the 2005 rev's. I asked about the 190,000,000 in rev's ie... what the net profits were or margins.. I didn't get a specific other than they are profitable. I'll not dissect that as profitable could have multiple meanings IMO in the scheme of how its stated..MWC PS I spoke briefly with the Acct handling this filing. Of course , public disclosure prevented any direct comment and I think he was a little annoyed to even be put on the spot. However he did say he was working hard with the company on the process as they were a company with real assets real rev's and a solid business model.."

I can't wait till next week/weeks/year. Should be good to us. And as lilpenny would say, "Dont LOSE more than you can afford to invest....LOL"
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I think next week will be the beginning of a new price range I can't wait to see what happens looking to pick up more on monday glta If I see something of interest I will post it
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Look, oil and gas are future money makers and to be in them is smart



Is the world's oil running out fast?
By Adam Porter
at the Peak Oil conference in Berlin


If you think oil prices are high at $40 a barrel then wait till they are four times that much.

How will you pay to run your car? How will you get the children to school? How will you heat your house? How much will transported food go up in price?

How will we pay for plastics, metals, rubber, cheap flights, Simpson's DVDs, 3G phones and everlasting economic growth?

The basic answer is, we won't.

This is the message from the Association for the Study of Peak Oil (ASPO).

The group of oil executives, geologists, investment bankers, academics and others has been warning the world of high oil prices, and the ensuing fallout, for some years now.

The end of cheap oil

It includes a diverse range of oil industry insiders.

People like Ali Bakhtiari, head of strategic planning at Iran's National Oil Company (NOIC), Dr Colin Campbell, a former executive vice president of Total-Fina, and Matthew Simmons, an energy investment banker and adviser to the controversial Bush-Cheney energy plan.

They are united by one idea, that global oil production is about to peak, which in turn will signal the permanent end of cheap oil.

And they warn that this is the foundation of the current rise in oil prices.

Who hurts when prices explode?

"Oil is far too cheap at the moment," says Mr Simmons.

"The figure I'd use is around $182 a barrel. We need to price oil realistically to control its demand. That is because global production is peaking."


"If we price oil correctly," Mr Simmons says, "it could give us time to find bridge fuels, fuels to fill the gap between an oil economy and a renewable economy. But I don't see that happening."
The adherents of the peak oil theory warn the decline of world oil output will force oil prices higher for good, and that the knock on effects could be catastrophic.

"In my opinion, unfortunately, there will be no linear change," says Iran's Ali Bakhtiari. "There will only be sudden explosive change."

"The people who will be least affected will be the super poor, who already have no access to energy, and the super rich who do not care if oil is $100 a barrel."

"It is everyone who is in the middle who will be hurt the most," says Mr Bakhtiari. "When the crisis comes there will be enormous changes."

Oil rationing?


Much of ASPO's predictions stem from the calculations of Dr Campbell.

His work on oil reserves has long suggested that many official oil data are either flawed estimates or at worst downright lies.

Scandals like the 23% of 'lost' reserves at Royal Dutch Shell have helped to boost interest in his work.

False reserves threaten the security of energy supply, just as do bombs under pipelines.

Dr Campbell's conclusion: oil production and consumption should be regulated by governments.

"Many reserve figures are highly questionable," says Dr Campbell.

"Many great oil fields are increasingly old and inefficient. But I don't think oil is easy to produce with a sniper behind every palm tree."

"The way to increase energy security is to reduce demand," he says.

'Difficult times'

At ASPO's recent conference in Berlin, companies such as BP and Exxon and men such as Fatih Birol, chief economist of the International Energy Agency, began to talk to the proponents of the peak oil theory.

Whilst they may not agree with Dr Campbell's theories, their attendance highlighted ASPO's emerging importance in the oil debate.

In public, Mr Birol denied that supply would not be able to meet rising demand, especially from the buoyant economies in the USA, China and India.

But after his speech he seemed to change his tune.

"For the time being there is no spare capacity. But we expect demand to increase by the fourth quarter (of the year) by three million barrels a day."

He pinned his hopes for an increase in production squarely on troubled Saudi Arabia.

"If Saudi does not increase supply by 3 million barrels a day by the end of the year we will face, how can I say this, it will be very difficult. We will have difficult times. They must invest."

Can Saudi deliver?

But even Mr Birol admitted that Saudi production was "about flat".

Three million extra barrels a day would mean a huge 30% leap in output in just a few months.


When BBC News Online followed up by asking if this giant increase in production was actually possible rather than simply a desire he refused to answer. "You are from the press? This is not for you. This is not for the press."

Asking other delegates - admittedly supporters of the peak oil theory - whether such a steep increase was feasible, the answers were unambiguous: "absolutely out of the question," "completely impossible," and "3 million barrels - never, not even 300,000."

One delegate laughed so hard he had to support himself on a table.

Some recent figures tend to back up ASPO's outlook.

North Sea production is declining at an increasing rate, having peaked in 1999.

Not at the predicted flat rate of decline of 7%, but gradually accelerating from 7% to 8.5% to 11%.

And the number of major new oil fields discovered around the world fell to zero for the first time in 2003, despite an obvious increase in technological expertise.

"We need transparency with the figures," says Dr Campbell.

"This avoids profiteering from shortages, the collapse of poor countries and it will stimulate alternatives."

"Consumer countries need to be able to audit fields, but at the same time 'flat earth' economists who believe in endless growth need to change their ideas."

And Dr Campbell has a dire warning: "If the real figures were to come out there would be panic on the stock markets, in the end that would suit no one."


Story from BBC NEWS:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/business/3777413.stm

Published: 2004/06/07 07:41:05 GMT

© BBC MMV
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This really can't be overlook to much more with this kind of numbers and the perchase of pro gas this company will be considered an oil and gas play along with all the business they will get from the Katrina disaster.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate's Oil and Gas Division Increases Estimated Wyoming Oil Reserves by 162% with Acquisition of New Oil Lease

Thursday , November 10, 2005 08:30 ET

COVINGTON, La., Nov 10, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS) announced today that the company's Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas Division has secured a new oil lease in Wyoming consisting of over 2080 acres. Recent geologic surveys suggest that the estimated reserves of this lease will increase the company's existing oil reserves in the state by over 162%, from 5 million barrels to approximately 13.1 million barrels.

Rome Oil & Gas President, John Barksdale, has engaged P & M Petroleum Management of Denver, Colorado to assist him with the onsite management of the property during the drilling of the initial test well, which should be completed shortly.

Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix, stated, "The acquisition of this new lease significantly increases our potential production capacity in the area and marks a continuation of our strategy to acquire lease assets with low-risk and high production profiles." He continued, "We continue to evaluate some very exciting lease opportunities on a daily basis, in keeping with the company's growth-at-a-reasonable-price philosophy, in order to further deepen our footprint in domestic fossil fuel production."

The Company also updated that it is in the process of drilling six new wells on its existing Kentucky lease hold. Rome Oil & Gas currently has 18 producing wells in Kentucky averaging 26 barrels per day each, or approximately 14,000 barrels per month in total. With the company's 30-day sales average of $54.50 per barrel, management expects continued impressive revenue and earnings growth as the new wells are on line.

About Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses. Current company assets include oil leasehold and drilling operations, sand and gravel quarry and mining operations, a contract hauling trucking fleet, diversified construction operations and land-development leaseholds. The Company is experiencing significant organic growth in each of these businesses and is aggressively acquiring synergistic businesses in order to rapidly build capacity.

Safe Harbor

This press release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of Phoenix Associates, and members of its management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.

SOURCE: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

For Phoenix Associates
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I know that is old news but I just wanted to bring it up again. To state a point look at there reservers and they have plans to drill 5 more wells before the year is out. And more next year.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
for those into charts: http://www.*************.com/StockPage.asp?CompanyTicker=PBLS&MarketTicker=OTC&Typ=S
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Nice bond. You are busy! LOL Good Job!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thank you Lilpenny green this week I think we are close to a good move going to buy more I think last time for cheap shares.imho I hope I am right
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Hm.........What's todays date? LOL

The deal is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, and could add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing oil and gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190 million in annual revenues to Phoenix. Transaction consideration
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
my lord who is making all thoes 5000 share buys I counted 15 of them in a row and I think I missed some to.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
volume seems on the lite side today looks like we had more action on a 1/2 day
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
MM's just dropped the bid BIG! Looks like they are going to try and shake the weaks before the news hits. They want shares cheap folks. HOLD em' THE NEWS IS DUE OUT BY WED!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
no one is shaking and I'm going to try and get more on the spread!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
NOTHIN! No one is selling.....ROFL!
They will not get cheap shares. LOL
It's going to ROCKET!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
yipe kiyaaaaah
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Won't fill my gap order. See, they want shares. LOL
Not going to get them.

I'd like to think....today they are closing the deal and tomorrow will be news.

The deal is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, and could add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing oil and gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190 million in annual revenues to Phoenix.

Gonna' make BANK!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
How high do you think this could go on such news? I'm considering selling my MMIC for it.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'd say a double is not out of the question!

Just got more at .025! I am so loaded and ready!

first posted this at .003 now......025!
I see a double from here very reasonable!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
NITE awake now. Dropping the price.....(can't imagine why anyone would sell with the news expected by wed) Don't miss the boat!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
I'd say a double is not out of the question!

Just got more at .025! I am so loaded and ready!

first posted this at .003 now......025!
I see a double from here very reasonable!

After the run up to .128 after the "Katrina effect", I would think .05 would be poo poo! I am thinking closer to .1!! [Big Grin] wwwwwooooofffff!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just don't want to sound like too big a cheer leader........OK .1!
L2 movin' last call for .024
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Understood lil! [Wink] Seeing a LOT of T&S since noon in sets of 4. MM mirror trades? New signals?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I thing the MM's are shuffffffling shares round'.
Gettin' READY!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
L2s anyone? I'm trying to buy in... recommended realistic entry price?
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
You may be right. Most recent: 4 trades at 12500 then 4 at 163275 then 4 at 10000 and 4 at 50000. I'm ready for the news too!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
L2s anyone? I'm trying to buy in... recommended realistic entry price?

3x.0235
5x.023

2x.024
1x.025

My Buy in price now WarpedMind is .025
Good Luck all!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I squeezed in and got 15k at .024. Thanks lil. Let's hope that this makes some money tomorrow.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
The deal is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, and could add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing oil and gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190 million in annual revenues to Phoenix.

One trading day left! I'm getting all tingly LOL
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
glta tomorrow I will be with all in the cheering section unless I find some news green starting tomorrow I am loaded and waiting who knows what other great news we will be hearing
 
Posted by C on :
 
PBLS * .025, .17 EPS For 2005, .22 EPS for 2006
2005 Revenues
Rome Oil & Gas Co., $1,368,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Murphy Sand & Gravel excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Heaslip Construction excess of $2,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Ann Arbor Pools $2,288,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Bayou State Trucking around $650,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Progas Inc. . $190,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
-------------------------------------------------------------------
$198,618,000.00 in revenues for 2005
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition will Add $190 Million in Revenues
for FY 2005
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8613714

Last of 2005, gross revenues will exceeding $10,000,000.00 profit
exceeding gross revenues where in 2004. $3,000,000.00 30% Profit
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


$59,585,400.00 Profit 2005 / 346,560,260 shres = .17 EPS for 2005
PBLS trading 25 x Earnings is $4.25 PPS
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


2006 revenues $224,388,000
Progas Inc. $190,000,000
Rome Oil and Mid South Oil $12,000,000
Murphy Sand and Gravel Est. $3,500,000 50% growth from 2005
Heaslip Construction Est $3,000,000 50% growth from 2005
Ann Arbor, Great Lakes Pool $3,388,000 50% growth from 2005
Bayou State Trucking $1,000,000 50% growth from 2005

Adding the long term assets: `

``serves $500,000,000.00 Gross
Rome Oil Kentucky: 400,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $20,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Rome Oil Wyoming:13,100,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $655,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm
$1,235,750,000.00

2006 Revenue & Assets $1,399,300,000.00 / 346,560,260 = $4.03 PPS

2006 Revenue $224,388,000 / 346,560,260 = .64 pps
2006 Profit $67,301,000 / 346,560,260 = .22 EPS for 2006

30% Profit .22 pps x 25 mutiplier = $5.50 PPS
 
Posted by C on :
 
more info here:
http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/

I'm in BIG on this...
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Good stuff C. Wow,a PBLS cult site!! I had no idea. [Eek!]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
WOW C! NICE!
Going to spread this round' like butta'!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Excellent site, C! It's a keeper and must read for newbies wanting to understand naked shorts, mm manipulation, etc, regardless of whether or not you have shares of PBLS.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good Morning everyone!

Will today be the day?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
good morning all I hope today will be the day If not we wait glta
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
I'm poised, ready to go!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just reading this again and it's blowing my MIND!


quote:
Originally posted by C:
PBLS * .025, .17 EPS For 2005, .22 EPS for 2006
2005 Revenues
Rome Oil & Gas Co., $1,368,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Murphy Sand & Gravel excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Heaslip Construction excess of $2,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Ann Arbor Pools $2,288,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Bayou State Trucking around $650,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Progas Inc. . $190,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
-------------------------------------------------------------------
$198,618,000.00 in revenues for 2005
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition will Add $190 Million in Revenues
for FY 2005
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8613714

Last of 2005, gross revenues will exceeding $10,000,000.00 profit
exceeding gross revenues where in 2004. $3,000,000.00 30% Profit
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


$59,585,400.00 Profit 2005 / 346,560,260 shres = .17 EPS for 2005
PBLS trading 25 x Earnings is $4.25 PPS
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


2006 revenues $224,388,000
Progas Inc. $190,000,000
Rome Oil and Mid South Oil $12,000,000
Murphy Sand and Gravel Est. $3,500,000 50% growth from 2005
Heaslip Construction Est $3,000,000 50% growth from 2005
Ann Arbor, Great Lakes Pool $3,388,000 50% growth from 2005
Bayou State Trucking $1,000,000 50% growth from 2005

Adding the long term assets: `

``serves $500,000,000.00 Gross
Rome Oil Kentucky: 400,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $20,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Rome Oil Wyoming:13,100,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $655,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm
$1,235,750,000.00

2006 Revenue & Assets $1,399,300,000.00 / 346,560,260 = $4.03 PPS

2006 Revenue $224,388,000 / 346,560,260 = .64 pps
2006 Profit $67,301,000 / 346,560,260 = .22 EPS for 2006

30% Profit .22 pps x 25 mutiplier = $5.50 PPS


 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
It is totally amazing maybe it sounds to good and that keeps the pps down I don't know but I have never seen so much undervalue this should be at least .25 now imho
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Undervalued is what I was going to post as well.
I just don't get why this is not getting all of the attention.
Just reading that thread from C has me putting another buy in today.
I thought I was finished buying but, I'm getting more.

[ November 29, 2005, 09:28: Message edited by: lilpennypincher ]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
By the way nice post C keep them coming
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Lilpenny I think like you I might be up to another purchase today I sure feel like it and thats the first step
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just got my fill and now there is just ONE at .0245!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
what did you put your fill in for, I can't get mine filled.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
nm..got in, just took awhile
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I would have thought there'd be an announcement pre-bell today. :-( Do you think there will even be an announcement today? Lil, others... do any of you have contact with the company?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I put mine in at .024 right before the bell. You need to hit the ask on this one. I tried to fill on the spread yesterday and ended up paying the ask.
The news is expected out any time and I don't want to have to buy more when it is running.

Good luck

3*.0235

1*.0245
 
Posted by C on :
 
No word on Progas...yet...
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
WarpedMind I'm hoping today. The PR states On or before Nov 30.
I have not tried to call the company as they always seem to be right on in all they put forward.

Sorry Jelly, forgot to hit Reply after I typed my last post. A little late. LOL
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
lol Lil, it's ok, I got in.

You think the news will come out tomorrow or later?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Calm before the EXPLOSION!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I was hoping they wrapped it all up yesterday and news today but, I'll take the wrap up by tomorrow!
It's gonna' ROCK US BIG TIME!

The post by C is Insane! And bond is right......this should be trading at .25!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
With this....

I'm hoping to see .1!

quote:
Originally posted by C:
PBLS * .025, .17 EPS For 2005, .22 EPS for 2006
2005 Revenues
Rome Oil & Gas Co., $1,368,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Murphy Sand & Gravel excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Heaslip Construction excess of $2,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Ann Arbor Pools $2,288,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Bayou State Trucking around $650,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Progas Inc. . $190,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
-------------------------------------------------------------------
$198,618,000.00 in revenues for 2005
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition will Add $190 Million in Revenues
for FY 2005
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8613714

Last of 2005, gross revenues will exceeding $10,000,000.00 profit
exceeding gross revenues where in 2004. $3,000,000.00 30% Profit
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


$59,585,400.00 Profit 2005 / 346,560,260 shres = .17 EPS for 2005
PBLS trading 25 x Earnings is $4.25 PPS
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


2006 revenues $224,388,000
Progas Inc. $190,000,000
Rome Oil and Mid South Oil $12,000,000
Murphy Sand and Gravel Est. $3,500,000 50% growth from 2005
Heaslip Construction Est $3,000,000 50% growth from 2005
Ann Arbor, Great Lakes Pool $3,388,000 50% growth from 2005
Bayou State Trucking $1,000,000 50% growth from 2005

Adding the long term assets: `

``serves $500,000,000.00 Gross
Rome Oil Kentucky: 400,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $20,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Rome Oil Wyoming:13,100,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $655,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm
$1,235,750,000.00

2006 Revenue & Assets $1,399,300,000.00 / 346,560,260 = $4.03 PPS

2006 Revenue $224,388,000 / 346,560,260 = .64 pps
2006 Profit $67,301,000 / 346,560,260 = .22 EPS for 2006

30% Profit .22 pps x 25 mutiplier = $5.50 PPS


 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
just called the transfer agent to get an updated share count. (Atlas Transfer) 801-266-7151
They directed me to call the co.

I just did that.(958-845-4627) The IR guy is out.....Then I asked to speak to someone in regards to the ProGas deal. She said "that would be Ron" and that he was also not available but left my number and she said she will have him call me back today.

Would like to think they are all so busy wrapping up this deal!

[ November 29, 2005, 10:57: Message edited by: lilpennypincher ]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If they don't close today and they close on the 30th you most likley won't hear about it until the 1st of Dec.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If that is the case just another good day to buy more
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Yea, I'm sure of it bond. I'll take the PR on Thursday. I love thursdays. LOL
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Man.........Trying for a shake?
Can't imagine ANYONE selling now..........
Insane!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
HOLD ON! This might make you sick.......It's making my stomach jump.

THE PR IS GOING TO ROCKET US!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Hold on Lil is right the mm's are trying to shake this hard before the pr won't be suprised if we tried .02 again don't give them your shares.IMHO
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If you sell into this you will sure get your just desserts tomorrow imho
 
Posted by C on :
 
I either need to buy some more or do the dishes...tough choice
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL, you can do my dishes after you buy more. LOL

and Yes bond, right again.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good Post a few minutes ago from I-Hub.
Mastercraft

WAC..

I made a phone call out of curosity. S&G loading 40-50 trucks per day..some days 60+. Materials basically going to normal construction sites as major rebuilding efforts have not started in earnest. Money has not been released yet as some areas may need to be elevated with fill materials before any new building construction is done. Some commericial buildings are already filling before re-building to raise their location elevation, better safe than sorry attitude.

Still many people waiting, negociating with insurance companies and can't do anything until they get a check. This rebuilding is going to take years to complete.

Construction side is running 5-6 crews as hard as they can go right now. New office was purchased because company had to have more room and there are people flying in all the time to meet with PBLS. Guest house will give them a place to stay instead of having to drive 50 miles to motel ect in addion to having more office space need by growth of company.

Sounds like while there is more than enough business to do, the major reconstrution work hasn't even really begun as FEMA/ gov't funds are being held until the politicians decide how to rebuild the city to prevent this type of disaster from happening again.

I don't think any shareholder in PBLS has to worry about the S&A and construction side not having enough to do for several years in the future. I just hope with their local contacts/ reputation ect. that they land the more lucrative margin jobs.
Seems reasonable to think it will shake out that way to me.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Well we stayed above 2. that's good. Now hopefully the deal went through today and a PR tomorrow........IF not...we've got to wait till tomorrow for this deal like the PR stated.
Still VERY EXCITED about this!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
The deal is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, and could add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing oil and gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190 million in annual revenues to Phoenix.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Married with children did something real good he called ProGas and just talked to some employees.They knew about the sale and as far as they knew it was all on track.

Posted by: Married With Children
In reply to: None Date:11/29/2005 2:57:02 PM
Post #of 5011

FWIW I spoke briefly with progas employee and PBLS phone handler and both stated expectation that the Progas purchase was on track for closure..just a messenger on this post because I have no idea what either of these two actually know..added some here at .0225.MWC


Posted by: Married With Children
In reply to: None Date:11/29/2005 2:57:02 PM
Post #of 5011

FWIW I spoke briefly with progas employee and PBLS phone handler and both stated expectation that the Progas purchase was on track for closure..just a messenger on this post because I have no idea what either of these two actually know..added some here at .0225.MWC
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
It is happening.........This is not just a rumor pulled out of the air.......IT IS FACT!

The deal is expected to close on or before November 30, 2005, and could add significant production and distribution capacity to Phoenix's energy business, as well as a mature and growing business portfolio complimentary to the company's existing oil and gas operations.

According to ProGas audited financial statements, the acquisition when closed, is expected to add in excess of $190 million in annual revenues to Phoenix.

Hope you are all in. Well.......I guess the important ones are. LOL
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I know you guys do not know me personally but I hope you do believe me for your sake. My position in PBLS is probably minute compared to what some of you are in for so please do not think I am pumping or promoting this stock.

I just spoke with MIKE MULSHINE a few minutes ago (which was rude on my part for calling so late at night). I also left a message for Ron blackburn and will post any replies he gives me tomorrow. Here is a copy of my post on another forum concerning that conversation.

"
I just spoke to Mike Mulshine and at first he was not very happy since I was calling him this time in the evening since it was around 9:15 in the evening eastern time and he was with his family, he lightened up after a few seconds and spoke honestly with me for about 15 minutes. One of these days I will learn to take notes of conversations but I can tell you that NASAA (cant remember the name) is having a forum in Washington tomorrow at 1 pm with NASD and SEC in regard to short selling. It is his opinion that the stock is being naked shorted. He stated that he owns about 6 million shares and understands the concern. He also stated that the PR about PROGAS should be released in the next 2-3 days so do not be surprised if the PR does not come out tomorrow. He said that the money for the acquistion has already occured but the actual PR should come out 2-3 days due to legalalities that I think COWBOY mentioned in a previous post. He assured me that PBLS is a real company and the revenue for 2005 will be over 200 million bucks and that there is absolutely no reason that the stock should be trading in the 2-3 cent range. He spoke with me for about 15 minutes assuring me that PBLS was not a scam and was a real company with huge revenues.

I am not generally a man that will trust someone over the phone, but after speaking with Mike this time at night I got the feeling that he was being earnest with me.

I would not suggest calling Mike or Ron this time at night as it was somewhat rude, but I can tell you that I will not sell PBLS and will accumulate as much as I can with the PPS as low as it is now.

The Progas deal is done but we may have to wait a couple of days to see the actual PR.

This stock will eventually reflect the value of PBLS(my opinion).

I have spoken with management or PR people of other companies before who have rode the fence. Mike did not ride the fence and was straight forward.

I left a message with Ron and will post if I hear from him.

I would personally suggest that no one trade PBLS as your reward will be exponentially greater if you hold for at least a year.

This post is 100% the truth except for what is denoted as my opinion."

Mike also suggested that I get all my shares certified. That goes for all you longs also. They should not be able to short your shares once you do this. It costs about 40 bucks. Call your broker about this process.

Do not be afraid to call management as I have spoken with them 3 times and they are willing to speak with investors and generous with their time.

Ron Blackburn
(985) 845-4627

Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853

Post any conversation that you have with them. I would strongly suggest taking notes of the conversation or if available a record of conversation form. This ensures that everthing in the conversation is 100% correct.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
And wouldn't you know it, I've been outdone. I spoke to the PR person and this guy speaks to the president. Enjoy the read. Copied from another forum by PowerPole.

Posted by: PowerPole
In reply to: None Date:11/29/2005 10:28:28 PM
Post #of 5073

I just got off the phone talking to Paul Alanzo, the CEO of PBLS...

For over a half an hour...I was Amazed that he called me back so late in the day (6:30 EDT)...This was the First time I have EVER called HQ, or had ever spoken to him, and I have to say, I was VERY impressed...

First, the ProGas Deal IS a 'Done Deal', but there won't be a PR tomorrow announcing such, as an employee at ProGas responsible for submitting documents to PBLS Lawyers had a death in her family this week...Her husband died...

Expect this PR by Friday or early next week...

Paul mentioned that they had their lawyers draw up a $2MM contract for FEMA related work on the rebuilding of the levees, but decided that in the end, it was not in the best interests of the Company, because they did not want to be the "Bank" for this deal...

The Slidell plant that ships Internationally for Swimming Pool Products takes most of that grade of sand they produce, and the other grades of sand are being sold for 'cash' at a better paying rate than FEMA offered...

The Sand and Gravel Operation is selling everything they can produce, as fast as they can produce it...That's why the most recent photos of the 'Pit' do not have a lot of product stockpiled...

We didn't talk much about the Construction Division, but he verified that the clean up efforts in New Orleans have not gone as fast as anticipated...

He did mention that the rebuilding of NO could last up to ten years, and that they would be a part of it in a Big way, with the Sand and Gravel and Dirt Division, the Construction Division, and the Swimming Pool Division...

We talked about Kentucky and Wyoming Oil production Estimates, and the numbers he gave me were staggering...Nothing really new here, as the PR's pretty much say the same thing...

The Wyoming lease has NO legal problems as far as 'Environmentalists' are concerned...

We also talked about Seattle, and the fact that they had a meeting there with 25 International Investors interested in further developing the O&G Division of the Company...No specific buyout of any particular Company was the reason for that trip...

I joked that we thought they were buying 'Starbucks' or 'Microsoft'...NOT!...LOL

Their next and newest Acquisition 'could' be an O&G Operation in one of the Western States (not Wyoming) with a Sizeable Oil Reserve (50MM Bbls)...I promised him I would not go into further details on this subject...

The buy back in the Open Market has NOT started yet, at least not in the way we had all anticipated...They have not yet found a Broker or two that will satisfy their needs...

But he did say that they Have been involved in buying a Large number of shares without the help of a 'Broker'...I promised him I would not go into further details on this subject...

The reason for the 'Gag' on the TA is: he was receiving up to 250 calls a day asking for the O/S and A/S, and that this TA has many other Company's he does business with...

He said that this Transfer Agent was going to 'Quit' doing business with PBLS if he had to continue taking this Volume of calls from PBLS Investors...Paul really likes the job this TA is doing for him, and did not want to take the risk of Losing him...

The most interesting and longest part of our conversation had to do with the games the MM's are playing with the pps of this stock...They are Very Aware of what is going on here...

He said that their Lawyers have suggested the best way to account for all the shares of this Company would be changing the Ticker Symbol and QSIP number of this stock...

Do you all understand what this will do to the MM's if they do this?

The MM's will have to account for every single share of this stock, and if they are Selling Short or Naked Shorting, they will Immediately be accountable for Every share they have shorted!

Can anyone spell "Short SQUEEZE"?...ROTFLMAO!!!

Now, here's the REAL Kicker...The reason I called Paul is because I personally own 2.35MM shares of this stock, and I have four brothers and sisters I have gotten in to this stock for a total of almost 8MM shares...

And to be Honest, all together we are DOWN almost $500K...I personally am down almost $50K on this trade...

I called to ask Paul to buy ALL of these shares for .02

He agreed without hesitation...I asked him: "What if the pps is at .01 next week, will you still honour this DEAL", and he said "YES!"...I asked him to "write it down next to my name" to be sure we had a DEAL...

I WILL take this as a Verbal Agreement like 'man to man', and KNOW it will be DONE as agreed upon...

He explained that he didn't want any Shareholders that weren't interested in Holding this stock for less than two years...He wants nothing more than to "Get rid of" the Day Traders, Penny Flippers, and other Non-Believers...

He said he would take our shares, and "Retire them" to the Safety of the Company Treasury...

If you don't believe me, call him and ask the exact same question, and I'm SURE he will tell you the same thing...

I leave this Friday for my 50th Birthday Celebration in Orlando, FL., and have plans to meet Paul and Company on the 9th-15th of December....

When I return, I will have a LOT more to say here on the Public Board about my Experiences...
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I think I just wet myself. Thanks for the info! Hope it's all dead on. Looks that way.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Jelly you can take, Macdrsirules and Power Pole,there [Big Grin] word to the bank when it comes to a post. lol
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good night all i am going to bed and get some shut eye I will be counting barrles of oil and trucks of sand instead of sheep.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Holy crap... this is awesome news. I wish I had more money!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Can anyone tell me where this company is located? I saw the post about Orlando... I'm in Orlando and I'll be happy to go in person and meet them. Can't find the contact info anywhere.

Of course, judging by the area codes of the management's phone numbers, maybe it's not in Orlando after all...
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
VERY SWEEEEEET!
and wouldn't it be a kick to the MM's to change the symbol. ROFL
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Bid UT. Somebody go shoot NITE already!
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
Can anyone tell me where this company is located? I saw the post about Orlando... I'm in Orlando and I'll be happy to go in person and meet them. Can't find the contact info anywhere.

Of course, judging by the area codes of the management's phone numbers, maybe it's not in Orlando after all...

Just outside of New Orleans
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Well, alrighty then... guess I won't be paying them a visit.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning every body one thing PowerPole said he forgot to mention last night was debt reduction was part of his telphone conversation with Paul. Here is his morning post on Ihub [Big Grin]


Posted by: PowerPole
In reply to: None Date:11/30/2005 10:00:13 AM
Post #of 5142

Good Morning All...I forgot to mention...

One important item the CEO mentioned to me last night...

He said that as of this week he has retired $8.5MM of debt from the Company Balance Sheet...

That means he has paid off the debt...In FULL...

He did not go into much detail on this subject, but he sounded VERY pleased that he had accomplished this...
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Boy when the management finally drops the vail on progas and financials and when it comes to the latter of thoes two,I meen with an audit,because they already will tell you that there is nothing going on to worry about, this will soar and millionaires will be made imho
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Nice. Dang I wish I had more moola.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Nice buy. HOD. Let's keep going in this direction. LOL
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This is a good piece on oil and gas peeking long but worth the read if you are in pbls this could be a good read and then see why paul is taking us thier.


Small growth oil companies are the next big thing:

http://msnbc.msn.com/id/4287300/
 
Posted by YumiBubblegum on :
 
NEWS....Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Updates Timetable on Acquisition of ProGas, Inc.
Nov 30, 2005 12:45:00 PM
Copyright Business Wire 2005
COVINGTON, La.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 30, 2005--

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS) updated its shareholders today regarding its previously announced intent to acquire Covington, Louisiana based ProGas, Inc. The closing date for the transaction, which was originally scheduled for the week of November 30, 2005, has been revised to close by mid-December.

Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix stated, "The deal is done in principle. We have already begun the integration of ProGas into our overall operations, however there was a delay, do in large part to the Thanksgiving Holiday and legal review of the closing documents, that prevented us from 'officially' closing the transaction this week. Irrespective, we should have the deal closed shortly and we are already reviewing other compelling candidates for acquisitive growth."

ProGas, which also has offices in Houston, Texas, is a full service energy company that provides marketing responsive solutions to Energy producers and consumers, with services including energy supply management, natural gas and crude oil marketing, physical energy transportation (trucks, barges, pipelines), physical and financial risk management, administrative and regulatory consulting and a rapidly growing facilities financing division. According to the company's audited financial statements, ProGas generated in excess of $190,000,000 in annual sales revenues for fiscal year 2005, which ended in August.

About Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses. Current company assets include oil leasehold and drilling operations, sand and gravel quarry and mining operations, a contract hauling trucking fleet, diversified construction operations and land-development leaseholds. The Company is experiencing significant organic growth in each of these businesses and is aggressively acquiring synergistic businesses in order to rapidly build capacity.

Forward Looking Statements

This press release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of members of its management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.

For further information, go to the Company's website at: http://www.pbls.biz

Source: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate


----------------------------------------------
For Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
Covington
Osprey Partners
Mike Mulshine
732-233-3853
osprey57*optonline.net
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Sheesh. I hate waiting.
 
Posted by YumiBubblegum on :
 
Be patient....b/c this is going to be really big ^^
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This one of the things i like about pbls they keep you informed
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yea at least they keep you on top of the dates.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Still sounds good and the PPS is going to reflect all of the good PBLS is doing.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Just gives a chance to buy more
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix stated, "The deal is done in principle. We have already begun the integration of ProGas into our overall operations

Just a matter of RED TAPE. Although....Would have been nice to hear........CLOSED. LOL

Still HOD and looking good.
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
No one wants to sell right now. I have had an order for 110k at 023 sitting there for over 20 minutes
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
new HOD
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
.025 goooooooooooooooo
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
ProGas generated in excess of $190,000,000 in annual sales revenues for fiscal year 2005, which ended in August.


Ooh...say it again. lol.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
WHOOO-HOOO!
 
Posted by MT2005 on :
 
any guesstimates on what this could hit in the near future?
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Even though the PR is bringing disappointing news, in a way it's good news... though it's late, it's confirmation that the deal is 99% done and people who have been wondering whether or not they should buy it now have a chance to get in before a big run. This isn't so bad I guess. I just was counting on the news to happen today.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
Even though the PR is bringing disappointing news, in a way it's good news... though it's late, it's confirmation that the deal is 99% done and people who have been wondering whether or not they should buy it now have a chance to get in before a big run. This isn't so bad I guess. I just was counting on the news to happen today.

Like I said.


Just a matter of RED TAPE
 
Posted by special ed on :
 
hey lil, so even with today's news indicating the deal is basically %99 percent done, do you think we'll have a good run when the actual PR that confirms 100% deal closed?

I would figure this PR would have given the run we were looking for, granted we are green, but a few weeks from now, the next PR really isn't going tell us what we already know!?
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Don't they usually say the the price already factors in the news (hence the phrase "buy on rumor, sell on news"?) So I don't understand why our shareprice is so low on such a solid "rumor".
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
You have lots of people that ONLY play the news. AND IT'S GOT TO BE THE NEWS.

This will still hit big when the news of the close comes out.
You can either sell now and get back in on the dip or hang on and wait.
I think they cover themselves by saying 2 weeks but, I see wrapping up what is Red tape to not take that long and I'm not going to be caught off guard. I'm adding.

Good luck all.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
and WarpeMind. It's what we already know yes, But there are a lot of people that don't just follow PBLS....there are a lot of stocks I know nothing about but, when the news hits the streamers.......I'M IN!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Remember it's not all about this PR.
This one is going to be sweet for the longs as well as the shorts.

READ THIS AGAIN. SWEEEEEEEET!

C
Member


Rate Member posted November 28, 2005 20:50
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PBLS * .025, .17 EPS For 2005, .22 EPS for 2006
2005 Revenues
Rome Oil & Gas Co., $1,368,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Murphy Sand & Gravel excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Heaslip Construction excess of $2,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Ann Arbor Pools $2,288,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Bayou State Trucking around $650,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Progas Inc. . $190,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
-------------------------------------------------------------------
$198,618,000.00 in revenues for 2005
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition will Add $190 Million in Revenues
for FY 2005
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8613714

Last of 2005, gross revenues will exceeding $10,000,000.00 profit
exceeding gross revenues where in 2004. $3,000,000.00 30% Profit
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


$59,585,400.00 Profit 2005 / 346,560,260 shres = .17 EPS for 2005
PBLS trading 25 x Earnings is $4.25 PPS
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


2006 revenues $224,388,000
Progas Inc. $190,000,000
Rome Oil and Mid South Oil $12,000,000
Murphy Sand and Gravel Est. $3,500,000 50% growth from 2005
Heaslip Construction Est $3,000,000 50% growth from 2005
Ann Arbor, Great Lakes Pool $3,388,000 50% growth from 2005
Bayou State Trucking $1,000,000 50% growth from 2005

Adding the long term assets: `

``serves $500,000,000.00 Gross
Rome Oil Kentucky: 400,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $20,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Rome Oil Wyoming:13,100,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $655,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm
$1,235,750,000.00

2006 Revenue & Assets $1,399,300,000.00 / 346,560,260 = $4.03 PPS

2006 Revenue $224,388,000 / 346,560,260 = .64 pps
2006 Profit $67,301,000 / 346,560,260 = .22 EPS for 2006

30% Profit .22 pps x 25 mutiplier = $5.50 PPS
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I'm a believer. I think you're right about the two week estimate... hopefully it'll be done before then.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
It may dip now that the short hold players will sell. It really is a buying opportunity when that happens and I'm not going to let it go without me buying.
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
I dont believe we have much to worry about with this pink. Rariest of pinks: revenues,products, and a BUSINESS PLAN! These guys have acquired a number of companies and are obviously experienced at it, and know how to run them. I would worry about the SIZE of this acquisition, other wise. I figure if I blow or miss the run due to job demands(whatever), being a stuckholder in this company could pay well a few months further down the line. [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by C on :
 
Lil,

Good call on the drop before the next big rise. With the PR coming out late, now will be a second chance to get in before the next up-swing.
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
and I might add to the plus column:buying BACK shares (intead of diluting)
Good stuff!!!wwwoooooffffff!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'm just going to quietly (Yea, right me)?LOL
sit back and add more as I make some cash on the news runners. (I hope)
This one's got me. All goooooood!

We are all going to make BIG  -
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I won't exactly get rich from this. I only have 15k shares. [Frown]
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
It's not too late to add Warped...
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
It is for me... I've already spent about $200 more than I have in my account.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Got a little more this am.
 
Posted by smoky on :
 
I'm thinking about buying in on this. What are your targets please?
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
on the breakout i believe we'll see at least .044 or even .053 but could see .128...all rercent highs in the last 2 months
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
looking for that .128 as well clintonj.

Will do it easily........I believe this one is way undervalued and should be trading in that range easy!

By the way..I am sitting on the bid looking for 25,000 more.....Someone sell them to me please.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
no way lil. lol nice try though
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning all got a late start today man I see nothing but good for those with temperment to wait a little longer glta lets rock
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
PBLS

PHOENIX ASSOCIATES LAND SYNDICATE
Daily Commentary


Our system posted a BUY-IF today. The previous SELL recommendation that was confirmed was made on 10.21.2005 (41) days ago, when the stock price was 0.0390. Since then PBLS has fallen -38.46% .

Is this finally a good time to buy? Well, it depends. First check what happened at after hours trading and future values. Then, follow the next session very carefully and be on your toes. This candlestick pattern is a bullish one, but we have to see whether it will be confirmed or not.

Do you see a gap-up at the market open? Do you see a white candlestick forming with a higher close at the session's end? Shortly, is it a nice bullish day? If so, place your buy orders and open new long positions. The market is now on the bull side.

But, be careful, also. If you see a gap-down when the market opens, or if the session closes with a bearish sentiment producing a black candlestick characterized by a lower close, do not challenge the market. Ignore the BUY-IF alert. Cancel the buy orders and cover any new long positions that you might have opened. Bears are still in control.

[MOTTO OF THE DAY]
Buy only if the bulls are in charge
Forget about it if the bears surge


Data provided by: End of Day Data


BUY-IF


0.0240
+0.0020 +9.09%

Candlestick Analysis
Today’s Candlestick Patterns:

White Candlestick
Bullish Piercing Line




Today a White Candlestick was formed. This represents normal buying pressure.

For more about this candlestick click here.

The last two candlesticks formed a Bullish Piercing Line Pattern . This is a bullish reversal pattern that marks a potential change in trend. Though it is highly reliable confirmation is still recommended.

For more about this pattern click here.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
bond, where did you get the above? Is it from *************?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Warpedmind I got it at >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


http://www.barchart.com/
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Composite Indicator
Trend Spotter TM Sell

Short Term Indicators
7 Day Average Directional Indicator Sell
10 - 8 Day Moving Average Hilo Channel Hold
20 Day Moving Average vs Price Sell
20 - 50 Day MACD Oscillator Sell
20 Day Bollinger Bands Hold

Short Term Indicators Average: 60% - Sell
20-Day Average Volume - 10217905

Medium Term Indicators
40 Day Commodity Channel Index Hold
50 Day Moving Average vs Price Sell
20 - 100 Day MACD Oscillator Buy
50 Day Parabolic Time/Price Sell

Medium Term Indicators Average: 25% - Sell
50-Day Average Volume - 11245478

Long Term Indicators
60 Day Commodity Channel Index Hold
100 Day Moving Average vs Price Buy
50 - 100 Day MACD Oscillator Buy

Long Term Indicators Average: 67% - Buy
100-Day Average Volume - 11750349

Overall Average: 24% - Sell
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Thanks Bond.
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
I used my Qbid profits to buy into PBLS today! I was patient and got in at .0215!

Now I'm ready to rumble!!!!! [Smile]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Great to have you Fatheroftwo
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
fot is here now with him and lilpenny we will pick up the pace of this thread.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Finally got my fill on the bid, Took till just before the close But, I GOT IT.....Thanks to whom ever sold to me......appreciate it!

Ut Oh.........Jeff is here....
Let the fun begin!
 
Posted by C on :
 
...been at work the past two days, so I've missed out some. From I-hub

Posted by: stushy
In reply to: None Date:12/1/2005 7:50:41 PM
Post #5460 of 5464

Spoke with Mike today...
He stated they are retiring some restricted shares owned by an employee who needs the money this year. This will be part of the 100 million retired and some will be out of the float.

Mike stated they are in the process of retiring the 100 million shares.

Also stated they have a genius for their aquisitions manager who's plan is to pick companies who's owners/management expect to retire out 5 years or more and offer them cash, restricted shares, preferred shares and guarentee minimum cash settlement at end of five years or much more depending on pps of stock.

Plan is minimum dilution, and creative financing with preferred and restricted shares.

We will all know what the O/S is beginning of Feburary. Also, SEC is pushing them to move off of pinkies with this type of revenue so expect a faster move to different exchange.
Also talk of AMEX immediately.
Also expect more major aquisitions soon.
Also 1 billion revenue in three years is target.

Also, believes MM's are still short at this time after .12 cent run up.

GO PBLS
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Holy SmOkES!

Got's me heart POUNDIN!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I think We need a new thread.....This one is SO......LONG! I'm going to try and get all of this wonderful DD together and Put it on a fresh page.

Alrighty?
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
My hearts a pounding too!

Woo Hoo!!!
 
Posted by C on :
 
as long as this stock starts pounding out some numbers...:-)
 


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