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[QUOTE]Originally posted by permanentjaun: [QB] [QUOTE]Originally posted by golfman: [qb] We are all here for penny stocks! This is not a Nasdaq site. And everyone invested in this stock way back before the OS was 4.2 billion. People believe in it like I do. Anyone that can ink a deal with Mcdonalds and Circuit City and Microsoft , I give them the benefit of the doubt. Forgot also about AAFES which they also got a deal with. Only online rental company that has that deal. I don't know of any penny stock that can claim those type of deals that sells for under .0050 I dont concern myself so much with the OS if I think they have a big shot at what they are doing. I think they can go head to head with Netflix. And look at how much cash they make.... [/qb][/QUOTE]How many times do I have to give the example of QBID signing contracts with major companies such as Time Warner, Cox, Dish Network, etc.? You also better concern yourself with the OS of a company. The stock market is supply and demand. If the supply is huge, demand must be much larger to make it move. QBID was still signing contracts with major companies months before it shut down. The news did absolutely nothing to the price. It didn't move because of a lack of volume. There were still suckers to be had that put money into the news. It didn't move because the supply of shares was too huge. "And look at how much cash they make.... " Are they making money now? If they are, why are they still diluting? If they're still diluting because they're not making money wouldn't it be much wiser to wait for confirmation that 1. they're not diluting and 2. they're turning a profit? Don't invest in penny stocks. If you do, at least use some common sense and don't invest in one that's in a long term downtrend. [/QB][/QUOTE]
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