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Not sure if there is already a post for this, let me know. I have questions for those who have knowledge.

Purl Gurl you have been in this game for a long time. I'm not sure if your still holding this, but any and all of your thoughts and opinions would be apprieciated. One question I have is, if there is a shorting of shares, how long after the ticker symbol change will they have to cover? Anyone that truely knows, please fill free to answer. Thanks [Smile]

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Hey Purl, you around tonight?

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Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd. Receives Investment Capital and Releases Financial Information

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, Aug 03, 2006 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Wessal International is pleased to announce that Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd.'s (PINKSHEETS: SLJB) financials are currently available on www.suljabros.com


CEO Steve Sulja states: "Sulja Bros. is pleased to release financial statements to the investing community. The posted financials are a compilation of Sulja Bros. and all of its North American and Middle Eastern wholly owned subsidiaries. We had a great year and our Middle East projects are supplying tremendous growth. We look forward to another outstanding year with increased net profits and growth."

Wessal International has arranged for private financing of USD 25 million, of investment capital, for Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd.

A Wessal International spokesperson commented, "We have acquired private financing to secure the vast supplies and materials needed in the rapidly growing operations in the Middle Eastern market. This will necessitate and alleviate the capital required for such an extensive demand for building materials. The capital attained will ensure that Sulja Bros. will not use company shares to raise capital in the near or distant future, and will continue to not only maintain the upward climb towards a high price per share, but to also steadily rise towards a higher market exchange."

SOURCE: Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd.

Financials: http://www.suljabros.com/20060803202328066.pdf

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Sulja Brothers Building Supply, Inc. ( SLJB ): Poster Advisory: http://www.siliconinvestor.com/readmsg.aspx?msgid=22679792 . The Sulja Brothers established their business in 1986. They carry pressure treated lumber of only an excellent quality. For roofing excellence they carry CRC shingles. CRC has successfully combined technology and beauty, to create and innovative line-up of traditional 3-tab and architectural organic asphalt shingles. Quality raw materials, leading edge technology and impressive designs guarantee CRC customers the very best roofing products available. They are proud to carry "quality products for the handyman".
Website(s): http://suljabros.com/ .. http://consultechconstruction.com/

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Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd. Seeks Listing on the Dubai International Financial Exchange

WINDSOR, ON, Aug 03, 2006 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd. (PINKSHEETS: SLJB) is seeking a listing on the Dubai International Financial Exchange. The new United Arab Emirates exchange is dedicated to becoming a global financial hub.


A Wessal International Group spokesperson commented: "Recent deals have generated great interest in Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd. We are now working with one of the largest investment banking firms to complete the listing of Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd. on the Dubai International Financial Exchange."

CEO Steve Sulja stated: "Our recent dealings in the Gulf Region have greatly attracted the attention of the regional investors. We are very excited and working diligently to provide these savvy investors with a Dubai listing. We warmly welcome the Middle Eastern investors to the Sulja family of shareholders and look forward to even further expansion in this and other regions."

SOURCE: Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd.

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Sulja Bros. Building Supplies Informs Shareholders That a Recent Fax Blast Is Not From the Company

WINDSOR, ON, Aug 04, 2006 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd. (PINKSHEETS: SLJB) has been made aware and is in receipt of a fax blast that was sent out from 2006 Market Sine. Sulja Brothers is not connected to and did not pay for a fax blast from Market Sine.


CEO Steve Sulja states: "Sulja Brothers is outraged by this recent spam concerning the company. We have already paid for a search with Intelius that will reveal the name of the fax spammer. The assisted search will take 24 to 48 hours to reveal the fax publishers identity. Intelius has already confirmed that the identity will be known from public utility records. Our lawyers will continue the investigation, when the phone number search is finished. We apologize to our investors for the inconvenience and we will pursue the publisher to final justice. There has never been, and will not be, any shareholder dilution."

Sulja also states, "We strongly believe that we have reached many shareholders through legal means and we are happy with the progress we are making, we have absolutely no interest what so ever to pursue spam and any other sort of mass mailing advertisement to attract the attention of a few measly dollars, we hold our shareholders with utmost respect and will continue to retain their trust. We state again, Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd. had nothing to do with the fax blast. Necessary investigatory actions have begun and our legal team will proceed to undertake legal remedies against those individuals responsible."

SOURCE: Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd.

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Purl, if you get a chance this weekend, I would love to know your thoughts on this. Haven't seen ya around lately. I was reading on IHUB the other night, while you were on, but there are so many idiots over there you left. Thanks

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Cassity, sorry, I have been unable to respond
as much as I would like.

You read my articles elsewhere, you read my
predictions for share price behavior, early
last week. My predictions are proven absolutely
dead on accurate.

Because of those predictions and my not pumping
this stock, elsewhere, I was harassed and my
articles deleted.

Nonetheless, what I wrote was proven to be dead
accurate, right to the penny.

For now, this is a pump and dump stock.

However, there are some positives. Recently
released financials are very impressive. I am
waiting for audited financials to be sure what
is released is true and accurate.

Volume is extremely high which is both a positive
and a negative. Positive is you can flip with a
lot of safety. Prices will not change drastically,
certainly not in a matter of minutes.

This one will continue to trade in a range of
.095 to .13 with very little variation, up or
down. Maybe a down spike, an up spike, but not
for more than an hour or two.

Negative on volume is either dilution is taking
place or naked shorting is taking place. I have
not checked the SHO list in a few days. I am
leaning towards dilution, although the company
claims no dilution. Reason for this is prices
are far too stable for naked shorting.

Cassity, this is an excellent flipper stock.
I have gone through almost 300,000 shares early
last week. Extreme volume makes this possible,
and only extreme volume.

My opinion is to not hold this stock for more
than one day, maybe overnight if you want to
avoid the "Pattern Day Trader" restriction.
Overnight is ok but very risky.

Try to buy at .095 / .10 then flip at .11 / .13
per share, if you can. Trading in high volume
is how you will make good money.

Another opinion is be ready to buy a large amount
of shares to hold for a couple of weeks, for a
couple of months. If those unaudited financials
prove to be true, if nothing negative comes about,
I am fairly confident this one will move up to
the .18 to .25 range, once volume settles down
and once audited financials are released.

Again, recent financials released are excellent.
Dilution or naked shorting is taking place. This
one can be flipped safely while volume is high.
There are present high risks, but less than we
expect for a penny stock. Do not hold this stock
until it is very clear those financials are true.
Flip all you want, but do not hold.

Next week, behavior should be like last week.
Do watch for signs of a sudden up run. Jump
in and jump out as fast as you can. This one
is being heavily pumped so share prices can
instantly become very volatile despite high
volume. Flip, do not hold until you are certain
holding is safe and the right strategy.

I will post more as information is developed.

Almost forgot, be sure to consider the effect
of the "blast fax" and the company response.
None can predict how this will play out. I am
leaning towards a negative effect on share price.

Another almost forget I am editing in. Those
thousands of claims Market Makers are manipulating
this stock are a load of mule manure. Additionally,
there is NO short squeeze taking place. That also
is a load of mule manure.

Stay away from the I-Hub board. I mean this.

Debate my opinion, please. Prove me wrong. Nothing
more I would enjoy than to be wrong. You best do
this with factual verifiable information. If you
harass me, I will do all I can to have you removed
from Allstocks. I will not tolerate any of you
harassing me.

Purl Gurl

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quote:
Originally posted by Purl Gurl:
Cassity, sorry, I have been unable to respond
as much as I would like.

You read my articles elsewhere, you read my
predictions for share price behavior, early
last week. My predictions are proven absolutely
dead on accurate.

Because of those predictions and my not pumping
this stock, elsewhere, I was harassed and my
articles deleted.

Nonetheless, what I wrote was proven to be dead
accurate, right to the penny.

For now, this is a pump and dump stock.

However, there are some positives. Recently
released financials are very impressive. I am
waiting for audited financials to be sure what
is released is true and accurate.

Volume is extremely high which is both a positive
and a negative. Positive is you can flip with a
lot of safety. Prices will not change drastically,
certainly not in a matter of minutes.

This one will continue to trade in a range of
.095 to .13 with very little variation, up or
down. Maybe a down spike, an up spike, but not
for more than an hour or two.

Negative on volume is either dilution is taking
place or naked shorting is taking place. I have
not checked the SHO list in a few days. I am
leaning towards dilution, although the company
claims no dilution. Reason for this is prices
are far too stable for naked shorting.

Cassity, this is an excellent flipper stock.
I have gone through almost 300,000 shares early
last week. Extreme volume makes this possible,
and only extreme volume.

My opinion is to not hold this stock for more
than one day, maybe overnight if you want to
avoid the "Pattern Day Trader" restriction.
Overnight is ok but very risky.

Try to buy at .095 / .10 then flip at .11 / .13
per share, if you can. Trading in high volume
is how you will make good money.

Another opinion is be ready to buy a large amount
of shares to hold for a couple of weeks, for a
couple of months. If those unaudited financials
prove to be true, if nothing negative comes about,
I am fairly confident this one will move up to
the .18 to .25 range, once volume settles down
and once audited financials are released.

Again, recent financials released are excellent.
Dilution or naked shorting is taking place. This
one can be flipped safely while volume is high.
There are present high risks, but less than we
expect for a penny stock. Do not hold this stock
until it is very clear those financials are true.
Flip all you want, but do not hold.

Next week, behavior should be like last week.
Do watch for signs of a sudden up run. Jump
in and jump out as fast as you can. This one
is being heavily pumped so share prices can
instantly become very volatile despite high
volume. Flip, do not hold until you are certain
holding is safe and the right strategy.

I will post more as information is developed.

Almost forgot, be sure to consider the effect
of the "blast fax" and the company response.
None can predict how this will play out. I am
leaning towards a negative effect on share price.

Another almost forget I am editing in. Those
thousands of claims Market Makers are manipulating
this stock are a load of mule manure. Additionally,
there is NO short squeeze taking place. That also
is a load of mule manure.

Stay away from the I-Hub board. I mean this.

Debate my opinion, please. Prove me wrong. Nothing
more I would enjoy than to be wrong. You best do
this with factual verifiable information. If you
harass me, I will do all I can to have you removed
from Allstocks. I will not tolerate any of you
harassing me.

Purl Gurl

I still don't know why this is pump and dump, and do not hold overnight. They are doing everything right. How can you deny those financials, and contracts with Emaar?

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"How can you deny those financials...."

I have not denied those financials. You are
practicing deceit. I will warn you once to
counter my opinion with facts and good logic.

If you are to quote me, do so truthfully.
If not, I will work at having you removed
from Allstocks. I will not tolerate deceit.

You will treat my opinions with respect and
you will not twist my words into deceit.

Treat me with respect, I will more than treat
you with respect. I welcome debate which is
factual and truthful.

Purl Gurl

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No, you are practicing deceit. At no time did I
write what you claim. This is very obvious to
readers by simply reading my article.

I do not need to calm down, you need to work
on being truthful.

Your article is a harassment article. I will
not tolerate being harassed.

For the lazy who will not move back to read
my prior article,

"However, there are some positives. Recently
released financials are very impressive. I am
waiting for audited financials to be sure what
is released is true and accurate."

"Again, recent financials released are excellent."

Very clear I do not deny those financials, just
as it is very clear Stocktrader22 is practicing
deceit and very clear Stocktrader22 is engaging
in deliberate harassment which is not welcomed
and will not be tolerated by me.

Purl Gurl

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quote:
Originally posted by Purl Gurl:
No, you are practicing deceit. At no time did I
write what you claim. This is very obvious to
readers by simply reading my article.

I do not need to calm down, you need to work
on being truthful.

Your article is a harassment article. I will
not tolerate being harassed.

Purl Gurl

Who are you to think you can talk to me like that. You are harrasing me, by making outrageous claims, saying that I am practicing deceit. You obviously do doubt the financials, considering you are calling this a pump and dump company, and with the financials if you believed in them, you would realize that this should be trading more than .10

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Stocktrader22, Purl did say .095 to .13 flip it, But with audited financials .18 to .25. I think if this plays out with all PRs true we see even higher,JMO

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Moderators, thank you for removing that harassment
article. One of my articles now makes less than
good sense, but this is ok. I would rather look
the fool AND have a message sent Allstocks will
not tolerate harassment articles.

Readers now understand my rant, which seems to
be lacking sense. A harassment article to which
I responding in a firm but fair manner, that
harassment article has been removed for the
good of all readers.

Again, harassment will not be tolerated here
at Allstocks. You are invited to debate, to
disagree, to argue your point. You are not
invited to harass participants on a personal
level. Doing so causes harm to all.

Moderators, again thank you for your help.

Purl Gurl

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I'm really surprised that you guys care what some Day-Flippers, or 'gets-something-right once-in-a-blue-moon' "told ya so"-poster thinks about a company with this kind of outstanding potential..!!!

If it was a 'pump & dump' as claimed by the meddling and uninvolved, there would be a ridiculous flood of eMail Splatters and Fax Blasts all over the bloody WWW touting the $25MM ('non-toxic - not a death-spiral CD') Private Placement. For crying out loud, if a typical whizbang P&D like VWKM got $250K from the sleazers at 'CornBall (Cornell) Crapital', every el Pumpo stocksputter outfit and stanky eMail Newsletter churner in the business would be all over it - like flies on a fresh Kansas cowpie..!!!

The Sulja's are looking to move this stock to the NAZ or AMEX with no r/s at the earliest possible time, per their recent PR. That takes at least $2+ PPS, plus revenues, etc., etc. Do you ever ask yourself WHY these "..pseudo-Know-it-Alls..", that have never built anything (..except a sandwich or a chocolate layer cake..), are wanting you "..flip out.." for chump change..!?!

SLJB is a 'Collect & Hold' in my book. .. The company is connected, it's doing business in the right places at the right time, it's not screwing with two-bit sleazers like CornBall Crapital or other small-company-wrecking rip-off artists, it's getting listed on the Dubai Exchange, it hasn't hired any 'WWW-based PR Touts' to try and get its message out, and the old LFWK short-n'-meddler's bash-effort in collusion with Pinksheets.com hasn't even slowed them down..!!!

Somewhere along the line, one just has to "..get a grip..", I suppose. Dennis Ammerman is gone, LFWK doesn't exist anymore, SLJB is poised for rapid expansion with deep-pocketed private support, and the old LFWK Shorts and Naked Shorts are scared absolutely poopless..!!! And, "..Oh My Gawd..", how it shows......

OBTW: Steve Sulja is out to "..prosecute.." the SOB who did that last unauthorized Faux SLJB Fax Blast. That should be a "..heads-up.." for the meddlers. But, with a little luck they won't heed it, and they'll end up sharing a cell in upstate New York with the likes of 'AnthoPuke' Elgindy; aka: Anthony(a)Pukerific over on SI..!!!

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Gee. I wonder if any of the projects listed below need building supplies, construction management services or professional maintenance support..?!?

EMAAR Properties - About the Company

Emaar Properties is a Public Joint Stock Company listed on the Dubai Financial Market. With an asset base of US$ 7.7 billion (including land) Emaar has witnessed tremendous growth since its inception in 1997. In 2003 Emaar reported net profits of AED 676 million (US $ 184 million), a 31 percent increase on the previous year. Total sales revenue was AED 3.72 billion (US $ 1.01 billion) up 179 percent on 2002. Currently, it has ten major real estate projects under various stages of development. These developments include Dubai Marina, Arabian Ranches (including Gazelle), Emirates Hills, The Meadows, The Springs, The Lakes (including Hattan Homes), The Greens and Emaar Towers in downtown Dubai. The company also owns and manages the Gold and Diamond Park and has begun construction of Burj Dubai - the tallest skyscraper and largest shopping center in the world. While Emaar continues to actively pursue expansion in its core business of innovative, high quality real estate development it has diversified into related business lines to further build value for its over 40,000 shareholders. In line with this corporate belief, Emaar also owns and manages four subsidiaries: Dubai Bank, Amlak Finance, Emrill Services, and Sahm Technologies. Emaar has grown to an international class organization and is now moving into world markets

# Building [from now to past] Complex Floors Year

1. Marina 101 101 2010
2. Elite Residence 91 2010
3. Infinity Tower 73 2009
4. The Summit 38 2009
5. Burj Dubai 160 2008
6. 23 Marina 89 2008
7. Ocean Heights 82 2008
8. The Torch 80 2008
9. Marina Gardens 75 2008
10. Mag 218 Tower 66 2008
11. Burj Dubai Lake Hotel & Serviced Apartme.. 63 2008
12. Emirates Crown 63 2008
13. Trident Grand Residence 45 2008
14. Shahla Tower 40 2008
15. Dubai Mall Hotel 37 2008
16. 8 Boulevard Walk 36 2008
17. Iris Blue 36 2008
18. The Royal Oceanic 35 2008
19. Orra Marina 31 2008
20. Zumurud 31 2008
21. The Point 30 2008
22. Marina Wharf 29 2008
23. Dubai Marina Star 25 2008
24. DorraBay 22 2008
25. Unnamed Building on Plot 392-431 8 2008
26. Marina Pinnacle 67 2007
27. Arshia Marina 35 2007
28. Roshana Tower 35 2007
29. Time Place 35 2007
30. Bayside Residence 24 2007
31. Gargash Tower 21 2007
32. Marina Diamond 5 20 2007
33. Marina Diamond 6 20 2007
34. The Atlantic 20 2007
35. Yacht Bay 18 2007
36. Marina Suites 16 2007
37. Supreme Residency 2 16 2007
38. Travo 7 2007
39. Emirates Marina Serviced Apartments & Sp.. 59 2006
40. Marina Heights Tower 55 2006
41. Number One Dubai Marina 54 2006
42. Le Reve 50 2006
43. Horizon Tower 45 2006
44. Kharbash Tower 42 2006
45. Marina Terrace 38 2006
46. La Riviera Tower 37 2006
47. Marina Tower 33 2006
48. 2N Tower 32 2006
49. Casa Del Mar 31 2006
50. Manchester Tower 30 2006
51. Marina Mansions 30 2006
52. Marina Sail 24 2006
53. KG Tower 20 2006
54. Marina Diamond 4 20 2006
55. The Waterfront 20 2006
56. Marina Residence 17 2006
57. The Cascades 17 2006
58. Casa Del Sol 16 2006
59. La Residencia Del Mar 15 2006
60. Marina Diamond 1 15 2006
61. Marina Diamond 2 15 2006
62. Marina Diamond 3 15 2006
63. The Lighthouse 15 2006
64. Turia 9 2006
65. Una Riverside Residence 9 2006
66. Lootah Complex 8 2006
67. Panoramic 8 2006
68. Grosvenor House West Marina Beach Grosvenor House 48 2005
69. Al Seef Tower 44 2005
70. Supreme Tower 16 2005
71. ARY Marina View 10 2005
72. Emerald Residence 7 2005
73. The Belvedere 7 2005
74. Westside Dubai Marina 7 2005
75. Azure 6 2005
76. Marina Pearl 6 2005
77. Dubai Marina Bridge 1 2004
78. Dubai Marina Bridge 2 2004
79. Sulafa Tower 75
80. Al Habtoor Tower 40
81. Alareifi Marina 31
82. Miramar 28
83. Radisson SAS Residence Pier 24 28
84. Delta 1 22
85. Delta 2 22
86. ARY Marina Piers 18
87. Residential Building on Plot 392-492 16
88. ARY Marina View 2 10
89. Dubai Marina Bridge 3


Complexes with several buildings [A-Z]

1. Al Fattan Marine Towers Al Fattan Tower 2, Al Fattan Tower 1.
2. Al Mejara Towers Al Mejara Tower A, Al Mejara Tower B, Al Mejara Tower C, Al Mejara Tower D, Al Mejara Tower E.
3. Al Sahab Towers Al Sahab Tower 1, Al Sahab Tower 2.
4. Burj Dubai Business Hub Burj Dubai Business Hub Building 1, Burj Dubai Business Hub Building 2, Burj Dubai Business Hub Building 3, Burj Dubai Business Hub Building 4, Burj Dubai Business Hub Building 5, Burj Dubai Business Hub Building 6.
5. Burj Views Burj Views Tower 1, Burj Views Tower 2, Burj Views Tower 3.
6. DEC Towers DEC Tower 1, DEC Tower 2.
7. Dreams Dreams 1, Dreams 2.
8. Emaar Towers Emaar Tower 1, Emaar Tower 2.
9. Fairways Clubside Residence Fairways Clubside Residence 1, Fairways Clubside Residence 2, Fairways Clubside Residence 3.
10. Golf Towers Golf Tower 1, Golf Tower 2.
11. Habtoor Grand Hotel Habtoor Grand Hotel Tower 1, Habtoor Grand Hotel Tower 2.
12. Jumeirah Beach Residence JBR Area A Tower A01, JBR Area A Tower A02, JBR Area A Tower A03.1, JBR Area A Tower A03.2, JBR Area A Tower A04, JBR Area B Tower B01, JBR Area B Tower B02, JBR Area B Tower B03 T01, JBR Area B Tower B03 T02, JBR Area B Tower B04 T01, JBR Area B Tower B04 T02, JBR Area B Tower B05 T01, JBR Area B Tower B05 T02, JBR Area B Tower B06 T01, JBR Area B Tower B06 T02, JBR Area B Tower B07 T01, JBR Area B Tower B07 T02, JBR Area B Tower B07 T03, JBR Area C Tower C01 T03, JBR Area C Tower C02 T01, JBR Area C Tower C02 T02, JBR Area C Tower C03, JBR Area C Tower C06 T01.1, JBR Area C Tower C06 T03, JBR Area C Tower C06 T06, JBR Area C Tower C06 TO1.2, JBR Area C Tower C07, JBR Area C Tower C08, JBR Area C Tower C09 T01, JBR Area C Tower C09 T02, JBR Area C Tower C09 T03, JBR Area D Tower D01 T01, JBR Area D Tower D01 T02, JBR Area D Tower D01 T03, JBR Area D Tower D02 T01, JBR Area D Tower D02 T02.
13. Marina 1 Al Mass Tower, Anbar Tower, Fairooz Tower, Mesk Tower, Murjan Tower, Yass Tower.
14. Marina Quays Marina Quays 2, Marina Quays 3, Marina Quays West.
15. Marina Scape Avant Tower, Oceanic Tower.
16. Marina View Towers Marina View Tower 1, Marina View Tower 2.
17. Park Island Blakely Tower, Bonaire Tower, Fairfield Tower, Sanibel Tower.
18. South Ridge South Ridge 1, South Ridge 2, South Ridge 3, South Ridge 4, South Ridge 5, South Ridge 6.
19. The Jewels The Jewels Tower 1, The Jewels Tower 2.
20. The Lofts The Lofts 1, The Lofts 2, The Lofts 3.
21. The Marina Promenade The Marina Promenade 1, The Marina Promenade 2, The Marina Promenade 3, The Marina Promenade 4, The Marina Promenade 5, The Marina Promenade 6.
22. The Residences The Residences Stage 3 Tower 1, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 10, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 11, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 12, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 2, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 3, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 4, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 5, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 6, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 7, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 8, The Residences Stage 3 Tower 9, The Residences Tower E1, The Residences Tower E2, The Residences Tower E3, The Residences Tower W1, The Residences Tower W2, The Residences Tower W3.
23. The Waves The Waves 1, The Waves 2.


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I don't think I'd mind just having just the paint, wallpaper, floor coverings, bath tile cleaner, and pest control products orders from that little bitty collection of real estate.

But, maybe it's all just a "..scam..". "..Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha...................

:-)

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You have my agreement, IMAKEMONEY.

I do see a lot of potential with this company.

Being truthful, a month or so back, I expressed
serious doubts about all of this. I honestly
did not believe this merger and end result would
prove to be profitable.

At the time, based on then known information,
my opinion was correct.

However, this recent release of unaudited financials
has changed my opinion, for the better. Those
financials are very impressive.

I accept those financials on face value but I am
a very conservative and a cautious trader. I want
to see _audited_ financials before dumping a lot
of money into this company.

My words do not indicate I do not trust this
company, do not indicate fraud is taking place.

My words do indicate I am being cautious because
all of you, like me, know financials can be less
than accurate with any company; Enron.

Our stock markets, in today's world, are driven
by deceit and fraud. This we know. Being cautious
is simply mandatory if you are to survive these
crooked markets.

I am not willing to make any projections on this
company because I cannot explain why volume is
so extremely high. Yes, a lot of flipping but not
enough to explain such extreme volume. I will not
go into details but price and volume are not
consistent with high levels of flipping.

My thoughts are, again, dilution or naked shorting.
This high volume must be one or both of those.
This is a very clear warning signal, thus my
opinion to be cautious until the dust settles.

I would like to write, "Buy and hold" but I am
not comfortable with placing reader's money at
risk. Maybe there is no risk. Nonetheless, I will
not place readers at risk. Doing so is wrongful.

My current opinion, which changes as noted, is
readers should flip but not hold, until a very
clear and trustworthy picture develops.

Upon support of those financials through an
audited release, I do expect share price to
move upward but _only_ when volume falls to
more reasonable and believable levels. Current
high volume will keep prices down and level;
no potential for upward movement, not yet.

Without potential, readers should not dump
their money into this one. Silly to dump
your money when there is no potential; you
only place your money at risk for no profit.

This potential will change in the near future.
Maybe good potential will come about or maybe
this stock will crash. Until readers can make
a trustworthy determination of potential, my
opinion is to keep your money out, this is,
flip if you want but do not buy and hold.

Be sure I am keeping a close eye on this and
am prepared to jump in with a lot of money
once this stock settles down and becomes
predictable through fundamentals and charts.

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Here's some interesting information about Dubai, and the potential for for SLJB business there..:

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/forumdisplay.php?f=377

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3237923781697525682

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Wow...Yellow...you're doing great DD...keep it up!

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purl i appreciate the info, and this is the one that im going to hold for a while and let things pan out...but i did read what you wrote, and i to think this stock has a TON of upside, but things need to pan out...and the company needs to cont. to be good on there word..if so then this could be a penny that becomes a diamond..but its all in the hands of the company...so far they have been addiment abt keeping us investors up to date..and i was impresses with the fast reaction to the fax blast, I dont think there is any dulition going on...now this is IMO...no hard core facts, just my opintion..... I BELIEVE that the company is being honest...Sulja bros. is a company that has been around for a long time..and they are putting some big time names to be attached to there name, Wessel, Red Sea Group, Emmar, etc, I dont see them putting there name on the line just to have there stock shoot up a few pennies....and I see them getting the audited fins out soon, and hopefully that will attracted a new batch of inverstors, and not flippers...nothing against flippers, if i have the guts to sell them buy back in and not be worried abt this once taking off big time then i would..ive paper flipped just to see how i would of done, and ive could of almost trippled my initial investment...but oh well...im new and learning...so i appreciate the info and i hope that all the investors of SLJB make a ton of wealth from this potential dimaond in the rough...!

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It's amazing how some people's post sound just like a re-run of "..Hogan's Heroes..", where Sgt. Schultz is furvently sputtering "..I know naw-theeeeeng..." as a transfer to the Russian Front draws near /or the world is passing him by..!!!

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Weekendwarrior, I agree with all you write.
All you write is reasonable, logical and is
supported by known documentation.

"I dont think there is any dulition going on..."

I have some issues here. I am not sure what
type of dilution is happening. Not even sure
dilution is taking place but lean towards dilution.

My habit is to work at developing an explanation
for stock behavior and for all things about a
company. I have a need for deep understanding.

With average per day volume being twenty-million
and last Friday's volume being thirty-one-million,
I cannot contribute all of this to flipping and
to simply sales from the company.

Volume is extremely high and prices are very
stable, maybe down trending a bit. This is a
classic sign of dilution through some mechanism;
brokers unloading, lenders unloading, company
selling shares, naked shorting or other methods.

This is about my only concern, this high volume.

I accept financials on face value, agree this
company is making good contacts, business does
seem brisk, growth is verified in the region.
Almost all of the positives are there, save
for this disturbing extreme volume and a lack
of prices running upward.

Volume, flat prices, point to dilution.

Based on what is known, based on financials,
share prices should be much higher, but are
not. Something is not quite right. This leads
me to my caution to readers to not invest their
money too soon. Might be a mistake, this one
might skyrocket Monday. Nonetheless, so far,
stock trading behavior is not in keeping with
this company's current financial status; prices
should be higher and moving up.

Not being able to adequately explain a select
behavior leads me, personally, to be cautious.

Again, I agree this company appears to be in
excellent condition and appears to be primed
for very good growth.

Readers are cautioned I could be dead wrong.
This stock just might skyrocket without warning.
I tend to doubt this but readers should not allow
my opinions to be your deciding factor. This one
is a real oddity. Just be careful.

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very well stated prul girl...i value your opinion...unfortunantly ( since i sold NDOL too soon) u were dead on , with the NDOL Fiasko...but i cant complain that was a great stock for the time and i made money...i could of made more but sold on that aweful shake..but none the less, once again i value you input and experence....and abt it skyrocketing, that is why im not wanting to try to flip it...and be left behind or tring to chase it...i just have a gut feeling abt this stock, and im willing to ride it out....but thats what the market is all abt, u either make money or lose it...and i hope to make some....GLTA .!

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"...im not wanting to try to flip it...and be left
behind or tring to chase it."

This is why clicking the button to buy or to sell,
takes a real act of courage. Of all those virtual
buttons available to us, that one is most scary
of all; it is money.

When we arrive at the point of making a buy or a
sell, our fear is a message, "I really do not know."

That is the true bottom line, true reality. We
perform our research, we think carefully and,
in the end, we admit silently in our minds we
are very unsure of our decisions just before
clicking that virtual button.

Our fear is good reflection on how we want to
be and work at being careful. We know once our
money flies down the electronic pipeline, our
money might not come back, or that slot machine
might start clanging coin after coin into our
jackpot pan.

This fear we have is also a truth teller. Many
will visit discussion boards and proclaim a
certain guarantee of profits. Reminds me of
your NDOL, "Guaranteed $2.17 per share!" Sure
did not happen. This fear reminds us nothing is
guaranteed in the stock markets and reminds us
those who guarantee profits to readers, are liars.

There are no guarantees, not ever.

Should readers think of the button fear while
reading articles, readers will be careful to
not be fooled into scam stocks. When readers
truly believe they will earn profits, this is
a guarantee readers will lose money.

Seasoned traders determine when to buy, when to
sell, based on odds. "What are my odds of making
a profit?" or "What are my odds of a loss?"

Research, good reasoning, sound thinking and
an absence of emotion, are the tools to discovery
of what are those odds.

Keep fear in your mind, you will do better.

Purl Gurl

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Post of the Month...

fear v courage...

bravado v killer instinct...

thick face, black heart

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Purl, thank you for all the information. I've been away all weekend and just had a chance to catch up. I like the way you approach all pinks with caution. People do not need to get their panties in a bunch, just because you say not to hold this for a long time(right now). Your cautious with all pinks from what I have learned from you, and that's never stupid. I'm very excited about this company and the potential it holds. Seems they are in with some very large companies. There is a guy on IHUB who's screen name is Allinone. I'm not sure if you have read his posts, but if you have I would like to know what you think of him. If the company is set on listing on the DIFX, do you think it would be wise for them to dilute. I have got the feeling from the companies press releases that they are not satisfied with staying a pinky, and it seems like it would be a very bad idea to dilute, if they are trying to build shareholder value. It is very difficult to make long term predictions without seeing ALL the information the company has, or their overall plans. It will be very interesting to see how this all plays out. Thanks again. -Cassity

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Killer Instinct, yes, yours is an interesting
comment, my dear Tex.

When a coyote hunts a kill, he does so with
cunning, craft and good thinking. A coyote
does not simply give chase. No, he lies in
wait, he moves up a bit at time, he stays
hunkered down, he pays attention to all
around him while constantly assessing what
might change requiring him to change.

A coyote has the killer instinct. Sometimes
coyote fails, does not eat, becomes hungry
for days. This is why coyotes are skinny.
He never gives up, though, and never allows
his hunger to distract him. He learns from
his mistakes, adapts, changes, constantly
employs new methods. In time, he makes his
kill and feeds.

After feeding, coyote does not become torpid,
he does not sleep. Coyote sniffs the wind,
picks up a scent and moves on in hunt of
the next kill.

A coyote also never stands still, not for more
than a few moments lest he become prey.

Coyote is both a killer and a ghost.

This is what stock markets are all about; either
be a killer or be killed. This is no place for
nice-nice nor Miss Manners.

This is coyote country.

Purl Gurl - medicine animal is coyote

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"Purl, thank you for all the information."

My pleasure, Cassity. I am sorry I could not
reply to you sooner. I wanted to, but could not.

This is what discussion should be all about; our
sharing opinions so all can benefit. Does not
matter if we agree nor disagree. All that matters
is we keep a flow of information for all to read.

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Purl I have another question. With most stocks you would look at the gains that they have already made(such as LFWK %4000), and probably think that buying them now is a bad idea. Once a company merges with another, wouldn't every thing change? When people read the chart on SLJB are they taking the info. from LFWK pre merger and post merger and combinding them? Doesn't seem that it would make sense. A totally different company has been formed. LFWK was a useless company, but according to the finacials of SLJB, they have a lot of potential. What are your thoughts about the reason for the merger? Do you think Sulja is just using LFWK for their listing? What are your thoughts on the future for this company? Do you think they have a lot more to offer than they have shown so far? Thanks

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yup...

a fella could go broke

trying to trap coyotes...


One-liner from my uncle...selling pelts, trapped from the deer place...

Uncle: You pay anything for skunk?

Pelt-buyer: oh, well...if they're not shot up? Ya, I'll give a dollar.

Uncle: A dollar?

Hell, I've give *you* a dollar to take em outta my traps...

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Cassity writes,

"Purl I have another question. With most stocks
you would look at the gains that they have already
made(such as LFWK %4000), and probably think that
buying them now is a bad idea."

This is correct Cassity. As a general rule, not
a strict rule, if a stock runs up ten percent
or more, probably should not buy. Of course,
this falls apart with low value pinks. You are
right, however, once a good run, this a seller's
market, not a buyer's market.

Cassity writes,

"Once a company merges with another, wouldn't every
thing change? When people read the chart on SLJB
are they taking the info. from LFWK pre merger and
post merger and combinding them? Doesn't seem that
it would make sense. A totally different company
has been formed. LFWK was a useless company, but
according to the finacials of SLJB, they have a lot
of potential."

Yes, Cassity, everything changes and remains the
same. Quite often, a merger is effected so a
foreign company or a privately held company can
have its stock traded on the American markets.

More often, simply a company in need of an empty
shell which is already registered with the SEC;
empty shells are cheap and save fee charges.

My initial doubts about this deal is what you
mention. Loftwerks is a useless company, from
a fundamentals point of view. Just not much there
to attract traders and their money. This led to
my early skepticism, until the recent financials
were released presenting a new aspect.

On charts, Cassity, we are simply out of luck.
All things which applied to Loftwerks, no longer
apply; charts for Loftwerks are now useless.
With this merger, new charts are being developed
but with this being so recent, new charts are of
no use either.

Not entirely true. Day traders can use thirty
minute charts or ninety minute charts for SLJB
but this only helps with intense daily flipping.

Most of us, though, no help. We have to wait at
least three months before charts will begin to
show any patterns of use to us.

Cassity writes,

"What are your thoughts about the reason for the
merger? Do you think Sulja is just using LFWK for
their listing?"

Precisely. You have this perfect.

Cassity writes,

"What are your thoughts on the future for this
company? Do you think they have a lot more to
offer than they have shown so far?"

My thoughts are very positive. I see a company
which is doing very well and will expand. My
opinion is construction in oil rich Mideast
countries will continue for years to come.

I think SLJB has both feet in the door and will
do very well; they have this market sewn up.

Contrasting this, Cassity, and there is always
something to cause worry, we are dealing with a
company out of the Mideast, a company about which
we actually know very little. Being a new listing,
being a shell merger, there simply is not much
information with which we can work.

Reality is we are at the mercy of the company.
All we have is what the company presents in
pr news. That is it, nothing else.

I am hesitant to mention this because readers
will certainly take this wrong. We cannot trust
the company because it is a foreign company.
Please readers, no arguments on American
companies versus foreign companies; all are
crooks in my book.

Skipping over cultural differences and no fear
of prosecution, we truly know nothing about the
management team. Might be great guys, might be
out to cut our throats. None know.

Perhaps unfair, consider what happened with NDOL.
Those Russians made a lot of wild promises, fooled
a lot of gullible people, made millions and left
behind a lot of angry bag holders; a scam.

Is this what is happening with SLJB? None know.

Any who claim to know, are either ignorant or
are lying. None know what is truly real.

To close, I have positive feelings about this
company, looks good. However this volume issue
I write about is a concern. Again, something
is just not right about this.

Major concern is we do not know if this company
is being completely honest with us. There is
no way to know and we can only take a chance
on this. This is a major concern.

Personally, I am ready to throw a lot of money
at this one but I will wait a few days, wait
a week, maybe more. My personal signal to buy
will be volume dropping off with prices remaining
stable or better, prices beginning to up trend.
I would rather miss out on a profit chance than
to simply lose a big chunk of my money. You can
makes profits anytime. You cannot recover your
lost money; gone for good.

Protect your capital first, make profits second.

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"Uncle: You pay anything for skunk?"

Tex, you are a skunk.

Readers probably do not know about all the
animals living with us, in our home. Skunks
are included. Those skunks set the rules.

My brother-in-law was sprayed by one of our
skunks. I warned him to make a lot of noise
when he walks up so the animals will know he
is coming. Pfftt... did not listen. He surprises
a skunk turning a corner, you know what happened.

What he complained about the most is having to
throw away his two-hundred dollar designer
tennis shoes. I suggested he buy fifteen dollar
shoes at K-Mart like we do. Boy, was he pissed.

What is wrong with cheap shoes? Look just
like the expensive ones.

Purl Gurl

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skunks...lol--remind me to tell you about the one who wanted my canned beef stew...


back to the thread:

tomorrow should provide critical data

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Purl writes,"However this volume issue
I write about is a concern. Again, something
is just not right about this".

Do you think that people selling, that were involved very early could be a good reason? Also, if that was the case wouldn't that be a good sign that although millions of shares are being sold, a lot of new money is countering the selling? Do you believe that MM manipulation has anything to do with this stock not rising in price? A lot of people claim this and from watching it, seems that it is a very good explaination. The volume was very good on Friday, but it seemed like they would just not allow it to move. This has been my only concern with this stock and I believe the next several days/weeks will determine what the cause may be. I have read that with the DIFX listing they can not issue more shares, can you elaborate any information you may have on this subject? Seems like every stock I buy, has a million senerios to it. Although, this is good because it makes me learn at a increased rate. Thanks for your time and no reason for the late reply is needed, I understand you have more important things to do than read chat boards all day. Thanks again, see ya in the mornin! -Cassity

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