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Munchkin Man
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Greetings To All:

The Munchkin Man would like to elicit some opinions from anybody here who would like to provide one

So here goes:

Are there ANY penny stocks, which trade on either the OTB exchange or the pink sheet exchange, that you believe, based upon what you know right now, to be sound long-term holds?

If so, what are they?

And why?

The Munchkin Man will define "long term hold" as the period of time between now and the end of the year.

The Munchkin Man is not asking this question in order to get a list of new stocks to buy.

The Munchkin Man cannot afford any more, and the Munchkin Man's penny stock portfolio is pretty much etched in stone right now.

The Munchkin Man just wants to learn more about what you think.

Thanks in advance.

Good luck to all.

Best Wishes,

Munchkin Man

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ITPD

Walmart Health Clinic Contract.

15k strong.

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MLXO - They have been in business for over 20 years and are family owned. They have real assets, a real office and make a real product. They got hit with some toxic financing and the share price started to nose dive. They have been able to get over that and secure new financing. They are almost out of it and have started people back to work. If they do pull out they seem to have a good future.

Stay away from any company that does not have a real product. A good example would be WNSH. Always check pinksheets.com before buying any stock. If you see more than one RS in the last few years chances are they are just in business to rape penny investors. Check pinksheets for WNSH, they average 2 RS's per year at 1 to 1000. Thats a fast way to lose your money!

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CYRO, LBPE, FRXX, CXIA, DSCI, NTRZ..

I dont own all of them...But I follow them closely...EVERY MOVE!!

LBPE is a sleeper....ENERGY COMPANY...I am waiting for a 1000% kindda blast....GOD KNOWS WHEN??? But whenever it happens I will be there!!

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Forgot to add....CRVU..Good god I love this baby tooo...toooo much....Will hold it for 3 years at least....This would be HUGE!!

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XKEM, check out todays PR:
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/060816/20060816005208.html?.v=1

We could see over a dollar, within a year or two with these figures.

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WSTN...they have some interesting things going in the FEMA/Emergency Management arena. Here's a PR from last night.

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/060815/datu036.html?.v=57

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Long term stock!
Isnt that an oxymoron like military intelligence?

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Oh my God you guys dont know of Gameznflix?

You gotta be kidding me not mentioning that.

They sell already more then Netflix does with the movies and GAMEZ.

They also sell books and audiobooks.

Video game sales are going sky high.

GamezNflix should be just as big as Netflix is now. It took Netflix since 1999 to get this big. It didnt happen overnight.

If GamezNflix FINALLY advertises big on TV or other big spots online, they should get a huge amount of subs.

Out of all the penny stocks I follow and track , this is has the most potential out of any I seen.

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CHYS- Currently trading at $5.32 You wont find a more solid OTCBB out there, and also Nasdaq listing coming in the very near future. They have acquired C&B, a $244 million company with $80 million profit from the year end 2005. And also Cotton Companies, a $80 million revenue a year company that posted $20 million profit last year also. After these acquisistions, the O/S will be about 50 million and with $100 million in profits, the EPS will be about $2 a share. The stock will likley be trading at $30 a share atleast a year from now. From thier July 10th PR-

Cotton, which provides commercial and residential services nationally and internationally, has eleven U.S. locations (Houston, Austin, Dallas/Ft. Worth, San Antonio, Atlanta, Charlotte, Orlando, Denver, Phoenix, Chicago and Washington, D.C.). It provides services to a wide range of high-value, blue- chip customers such as Home Depot, Marriott, Starwood Hotels and Resorts, The Palm Restaurant, Food Lion, and Sports Authority, among many others. For the twelve months ended April 30, 2006, Cotton generated revenues of approximately $80 million, EBITDA of $20 million and pretax income of approximately $19.3 million. C&B has reported un-audited, gross revenues of $244 million and pretax profit of $80 million for the calendar year ending December 31, 2005.

From thier July 6th PR-

"the trailing twelve-month revenue would have been in excess of $450 million and EBITDA would have surpassed $106 million, had Charys owned these entities during the entire period."

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GHLT.PK if the price gets below the $2 range. At 3.+ it is still to expensive. They have future potential but not current earnigs of much.
GTEC.OB My favorite. Do DD on this company. It is a real company(I have spoken to staff there in Boca Raton, FL.) They have been having good news with little bad news. When they aquired 2 companies late last year/early this year, their stock hit .51. They are expected to announce up to 5 more aquasitions within the next 6-12 months. I expect this stock to do well.
Best of all, they have no debt and are already profitable. There is a lot of other good stuff about this company, so do some research.

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ok ive got one..syte check it out.
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SITESTAR Quick Quote:
SYTE 0.07 (+0.01)
Sitestar Posts Strong Second Quarter Results
8/15/2006
Company Doubles Net Income, Reduces Current Notes Payable and Sets the Stage for Continued Growth

LYNCHBURG, Va., Aug 15, 2006 (PRIMEZONE via COMTEX News Network) --

Sitestar Corporation (OTCBB:SYTE), a provider of residential and business Internet access and value-added computer services, today announced its financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2006. Highlights included dramatically increased net income and earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) and significantly reduced current notes payable. The company maintained its above industry-average retention rate for its Internet access customers and continued to pursue and qualify target ISPs for acquisition.

Sitestar more than doubled net income for the first six months of 2006, posting $515,343 compared to $227,810 for the same period in 2005. The company's gross revenue for the first six months in 2006 was $2,822,552, representing an increase of $1,241,545 or 78.5 percent compared to the same period in 2005. In addition, net profits increased 75 percent over the first quarter of 2006. Further, Sitestar reported a 108.9 percent EBITDA increase of $574,079 for the 2006 year to date compared to the same period in 2005. Lastly, the company paid down total current notes payable by $610,437 or 50.8 percent from December 31, 2005, underscored by the retirement of debt for its 2005 purchase of the dial-up and residential Internet customer base from Idacomm.

"Sitestar has delivered on its promise to increase net income and EBITDA while servicing debt," said Frank R. Erhartic, Jr., CEO for Sitestar. "We have established a repeatable process through which we can increase our subscriber base through self-funded acquisitions and then retire that debt over a compressed period of time. Given our strong operating efficiency and extremely high customer retention rate, we believe Sitestar generates exceptional value to our current and prospective shareholders."

Sitestar has embarked upon an aggressive campaign in 2006 to grow its business by acquiring ISPs, forming strategic partnerships and reducing customer attrition. The company plans to build upon the momentum of its strong second quarter financial results and recent purchase of the customers of First Net with additional acquisitions in target markets. Sitestar is continuing to market its value-added services such as the SurfBoost(TM) web accelerator to Sitestar dial-up subscribers to increase both customer retention and share-of-wallet.

About Sitestar

Sitestar (http://www.sitestar.com) is an Internet and computer solutions provider that offers narrow and broadband Internet access, Web hosting and design, and other value-added services. The company's customers include residential and commercial accounts throughout the United States and Canada. With a focus on competitive pricing, reliability, service and speed, Sitestar delivers customer value. Sitestar is headquartered in Lynchburg, Va. Its wholly owned subsidiaries include Sitestar.net (http://www.sitestar.net), NetRover, Inc. (http://www.netrover.com), SurfWithUs.Net (http://www.surfwithus.net), Lynchburg.net (http://www.lynchburg.net), Advanced Internet Services (http://www.advi.net), Computers by Design (http://www.computersbydesign.com) and CBD Toner Recharge (http://www.recharge.ne

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ISON IMO.

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Graham, If I would bet on the satellite radio industry (which I dont, they are losing money like crazy) I would bet on XM. By far the most popular satellite radio, stronger balance sheet and chose to go with Opie and Anthony (personal favorites) instead of giving a crapload of money to Howard Stern.
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i believe that you can see a nice return on WRMA within a year check out http://www.wiremedia.com/
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l* those picks posted by folks

OK HERE IS MINES


OMR

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Golfman, I hate to be the one bashing everybody, but listen;

How can you compare GAMEZNFLIX to netflix, (and saying that they do more sales than netflix) when:

Games will barely make 1 million in revenues this year, and Netflix will do about 200 million in revenue.

Netflix is actually in the black (I know hard to immagine) and Games is losing money like crazy. Their loss is growing at faster pace than their revenues.

Just some food for thought. Thats why you need to do your due diligence.

When I read Golfman's post, I got so excited, almost went to buy a couple of grant worth of stock, but after looking at their financials, well the rest is history.....

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quote:
Originally posted by before_the_crowd:
CYRO, LBPE, FRXX, CXIA, DSCI, NTRZ..

I dont own all of them...But I follow them closely...EVERY MOVE!!

LBPE is a sleeper....ENERGY COMPANY...I am waiting for a 1000% kindda blast....GOD KNOWS WHEN??? But whenever it happens I will be there!!

All of the stocks that I had mentioned here went up from the day of the POST...
Wow...Hope someone took advantage of NTRZ's run...Scored me more than 33% gains since i picked the stock..

Another one heating up again is SDRG..Last time I bought in 90's and sold in 1.30-1.40 range. This time I am in again at 1.24


My position: Sold DSCI and CXIA CYRO FRXX and NTRZ. Long hold on LBPE

Strong Buy on SDRG...

Good luck with all the trading

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IBTGF

They have a great product to sell.

Info here:
http://www.allstocks.com/stockmessageboard/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi/ubb/get_topic/ f/2/t/004761/p/2.html?#000041

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hey OSU good to see you are OK...

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yeah I'm good
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RSHN -
#1. has patented electrolyte water. Dehydration costs Medicare 1.2billion yearly.
#2. has ginseng drink products.

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I'm long term on KSWJ CCGI QBID PXIT CTKH WNSH DDSI I am down at least 60% to 90% on these sweeties. Can't even sell some of these to take a loss. Sad thing is I averaged down on alot of these to just make my losses larger. Bought PDSC a few days ago at .001. Down 30% already. Boy if i could have shorted these much $$$$$. What an idiot! I was up 100% on PDSC and rode it down. Bought CCGI at .0008 now it is .0001. What % loss is that OMG.
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Your gotta do your DD I think better guy. You have no insight also. And it shows you didn't read anything on the company and its future plans either.

The cost savings for customers is over $100 a year by subscribing to GamezNflix over Netflix.

If you want games you gotta have another sub since Netflix does not rent them.

The video game business is growing at a super fast pace. Every place online I read says the same thing. Rentals should pick up because people can't afford all these new systems and then buying the games for them all.

Netflix has been around since the late 1990's! Of course they are gonna be making more money. What kind of statement is that? We know Gameznflix is in the red still. They better be or something is wrong with Netflix then.

I will predict that Gameznflix will be so big one day that it will be a household name like Netflix is today.

The o/s will take care of itself. The subs will pick up big once they are advertising all over. The tour bus is a HUGE BIG START along with being in 620 CC stores.

They just gotta get the name out there and people will subscribe.

From what I read on these boards you guys rather invest in a FAKE company with no real product or future.

You toss an online game and rental company out the window? You gotta be kidding me. You really think Circuit City would be involved with them for no reason at all when they can choose over 2 dozen other smaller companys?

May I say you are crazy if you do not own this stock. No offense but you can't be serious that this company will not be big.

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Really $100 year in savings? I get unlimited monthly rentals, 3 movies at a time from Netflix for $17.99. 3 at a time from Gameznflix is $16.99.

Maybe the company will be HUGE, but I don't see how anyone is going to save $100/year.

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What if a family member wants to rent out games though? I don't know if you play them but most homes now have at least one game system even if they don't have any kids.

Ok so what if you wanna rent games now? Lets use gamefly as an example since its the most well know video game rental site.

It cost $14.95 per month for just 1 game to rent.

So $17.99 a month for Netflix sub, plus $14.95 a month for the video game sub. $32.94 per month. $395.28 per year it would cost.

$16.99 a month for GamezNflix which already has the movies and games. $203.88 per year cost.

YOU SAVE $191.40 PER YEAR IN RENTAL COST. DID I GO SLOW ENOUGH FOR YOU?

AND PEOPLE WON'T BUY THIS STOCK? HA.

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Holy ****zer. Looks like the Gameznflix tour bus is gonna be at over 7 Mcdonalds places on the website schedule.

Yesssssssssssssssssss! future potential.......... it means the sub numbers will pick up huge by the time the next Q comes out.

How many goto Mcdonalds each day in those major citys?

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Be careful golfman, as well as anyone else playing a penny as long-term, even GZFX.

Not all pr's are true. Not all information is released. Major companies deal with pennies, but that doesn't mean success.

Case in point - QBID. QBID had everything going for it. Celebrities signing on, national attention, signing contracts with major companies which included Time Warner, Cox, Dish Network, and other national television providers.

They had a real product, national coverage, celebrities, PR's of progress, contracts with major multi-billion dollar companies, mass market appeal. The list literally goes on forever as to why it was a good company to invest in.

Where is QBID now though? Gone. Mis-managed. Possibly millions of dollars "lost" by the CEO. Everything tore itself apart from fraudulent business practices which were never required the public to be informed of.

No penny stock is worth investing in. If you believe QBID was a special case and it won't happen to your stock, even GZFX, then you're only setting yourself up for defeat. With all that was prime for QBID, how could it have gone wrong?

Don't try to win it all in one swing. Mighty Casey struck out remember?

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Anyone who plays pennies long term will have to use the stock certs as either fire kindling, toilet paper, or wall paper.

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Qbid was garbage guy. How can you compare that stock to GamezNflix? A .00001 cent stock with like 20 trillion shares and no income? It also was a pink sheet stock and most of them are scams.

I told everyone on Yahoo to avoid that stock and I was right.

GamezNflix will be a household name soon enough and the subs will follow big in 2007.

I only play the penny stocks long term. The only way of making money is by finding the next big company. You guys give up too easy on it though.

You may have to buy like 10 penny stocks before you hit on 1 that has a great shot.

I would say GamezNflix is the best potential out of all that I own right now.

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