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Bert Scott
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I would like to share my feelings about a Pink Slip Company that was once a BB on NASDC. You can look it up at www.genomed.com. The Company has been awarded several patents for Medical Protocols and procedures that successfully, predict, identify and can cure many of Mankind's most serious illnesses. This company is a pioneer in the fairly young science of Genomic Medical Practice. What this really means is that by understanding human (patient) genetics and identifying and understanding the genetics of disease, they can and have, developed cures and preventions for many diseases. If you visit their website and thoroughly study the results of some of their developments, successful trials, and bold predictions of revenue creation, you will be astounded. They claim to have huge cost-saving alternatives to many currently expensive procedures and treatments which they can eliminate or replace. I have researched a number of companies that are working on similar new approaches to medicine (Genomedics) and am convinced that not only is this the dawn of a new era in medicine, but that GenoMed will take a leading roll once the word gets out and they get the funding (stock sales) to expand operations and product delivery. At $.01 a share (it sold as high as $.37 a share a couple of years ago) it is ridiculously under-valued. I see this stock selling at closer to $5.00 a share within a year or two. Do yourself a favor and at least check it out - you have nothing to lose...and if I am right, a fortune to gain.

Bert Scott

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lol...

wanna race for Pink Slips?

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quote:
I see this stock selling at closer to $5.00 a share within a year or two.
I see 0.00005 in no time at all.
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quote:
Originally posted by Duncan Idaho:
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I see this stock selling at closer to $5.00 a share within a year or two.
I see 0.00005 in no time at all.
Stop being a friggin clown Duncan.

It's actually a very good company- and the CEO is very nice. They more or less use existing technology and methoodologies with a 'twist' to try and reduce patient cost.

As far as PPS, well- it's so-so. I've played this a couple times from .01 to .02 and .012 to .0175 - usually good for a slow 40-50%-it does seem to channel around .01 for LONG periods of time though. .009 seems like a steal and sometimes you get lucky...

$5.00 seems a little wishful...

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