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Cavehunter
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21/male/tx Got interested in the stocks. Made some money on LSTA (In 3.125 mill @ 0.0008 shares & out on 0.002) and put back half of in lsta again and now i got 7.8 mill share of lsta. and baby am i gona make some good money on this one.

may the force be with us/lsta :P

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I am 442 years old, was born in the Highlands of Scotland, and I cannot die.

After being sick of farming the Scottish hills in 1592 at age 30, I made my way to England, and in the 1600s, finally to America.

Along the way I had to dodge strange sword-wielding men and women, who wanted to remove my head from my shoulders. After success and loss in the California Gold Rush and the Great Depression, my meager earnings have been whittled away in the 21st century by other backstabbing knife-wielders known as Market Makers, but I shall take great satisfaction at outliving them all.

[This publication is a fictitious work. Any resemblance to persons, alive or dead, or with questionable business ethics, is completely coincidental.]

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I am 33, drive a truck for a living.been trading awhile now couple years I think. started off in stocks between $1 and $5 learned alot started doing pretty good then moved to sub pennies been getting My ass kicked with the sub pennies lol anyone wanna trade a six pack of beer for My usci shares roflmao just kidding.
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Phoennix----sounds like you will blend in just fine around here. We're all a bit crazy and "unique"...(laugh) Welcome aboard!
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Here I am at 60 years old and now in pennies since March. Semi-retired and enjoying it. I am in the hole a little now but because I bought allot of stocks on a whim. Big mistake. Now am doing more DD and not buying everything that looks a little bit good. Still a big believer in ONEV and now in MLON.

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Just wanted to bring this forward for all the new posters..welcome.
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I am a 24 year old college graduate. I graduated in the field of math education and will be starting my first year of teaching this fall.

I tried trading a few years back only to be discourage by Ameritrade's inactivity fees. I am now older and little more wiser. I have money in the savings and am starting with only $500.

My goal is to be financially set by the time I'm in my mid 40's. A wise man once told me that at my age I can be a little risky. The risk is worth the rewards if I am not losing a substantial amount of money.

So here I am!

Mike


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I'm 40 yr old retired Navy electronic tech. I worked as a GM of a hotel until my wife became real sick so right now I am taking care of her and my beautiful 4 year old daughter. Do side computer work and repair. Been on here for a long time now and love the great dd on this board. Was rics1997 but changed email address and updated before I knew you couldn't use an excite email account and it wouldn't let me back in. Oh well. Been investing for 10 years now but started pennies at the first of the year. My first was AFRT and hey still here after that. Must love misery.

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Hey I'm 18 and going into college next year. I'm moving from tx up to baltimore to go study neuroscience at Johns Hopkins for pre-med and my minor is ancient law so I can be pre-law too. I just randomly decided that I wasn't going to be one of those people telling 18 yr olds, hey I wish I got into the market back when I was your age, hindsight is 20/20, all that good stuff. Instead I'll be one of the filthy rich ones saying I remember when I was making more than you as an unemployed college student!!! Too bad I don't know how yet...hehe today marks my first week of trading.
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48. but the way the entire market has been this year, sometimes I feel 148 !
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Im a Canadian Born Citizen but residing in Good ole Kentucky USA feeling like Im home with all the rednex.

Im 35 married with 3 kids. I am quality control engineer with business management degree majored in Marketing. I came to the USA in the end of 2002 with 100.00 in my pocket to a bride and children that I had met online of a whirlwind romance of 5 days. We just celebrated 2 years of marriage.

I now own a business in marketing/advertising of small businesses. I am just starting to learn the stocks in pennyland as you call it. I have signed up for my account and going to do my first buy this week but not sure which yet.

I am only starting with 500.00 to play with and if I win great if I lose well thats the way it goes. I am hoping I can make enough in 8 years from stocks to send my kids to college or at least help them out with it.

I am just happy to be here and learn from others.


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Just bringing this forward for all the new posters.

Have a good weekend.


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Okay, I will try this again...I was just about to finish this once and our power went out...I'm 49 and holding...teacher/rancher from Idaho. I have enjoyed all of your posts since February...learning so much from all of you. Also, enjoying the laughs that come with the ups and downs. I do have one question for anyone out there. On a reverse split when new stock is offered (say like MLON) do the new shares of the other company go to your broker, house, or where? Still have a lot to learn.
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How funny, my power just went out not long ago. Don't live in Bristol do you? lol

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Okay, I will try this again...I was just about to finish this once and our power went out...I'm 49 and holding...teacher/rancher from Idaho. I have enjoyed all of your posts since February...learning so much from all of you. Also, enjoying the laughs that come with the ups and downs. I do have one question for anyone out there. On a reverse split when new stock is offered (say like MLON) do the new shares of the other company go to your broker, house, or where? Still have a lot to learn.


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LOL! No, but I live so far out in the sticks that I guess we should be lucky we have power poles. Ha Ha
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by DingyWoman:
[B] I do have one question for anyone out there. On a reverse split when new stock is offered (say like MLON) do the new shares of the other company go to your broker, house, or where?

Yes it goes to your brokerage if have online broker. Not sure on other brokerages. I have been killed on 2 reverse splits this year and close misses with two others. In most cases try to get out of stock before reverse happens unless it is a reverse to accomplish stated goals; such as by doing this split we can leave OTCBB and join Nasd. Also many reverse splits are done by companies that have a history of reverses than dilution, such as RVNM which those companies should be looked at very closely before buying whether before, during or after a reverse split. The Leopard seldom loses its spots and such companies seldom dont burn their stockholders.


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48 year old Canadian born physician who moved to Northern California in 1991 and specializes in Geriatric Care. Divorced and have 3 married children. In addition I am raising my 9 year old grandson who I have custody of. What a challenge that is, but having fun being a different kind of dad "Papa" at this stage of my live, he is a great competitive soccer player. I am invested in CMKX, QBID,MLON,GXXL,GFYI, some of these are crap others have great!!!! potential, you know the crap ones for sure. For the most part I enjoy Allstocks chat but at times the BS is to much to handle and I feel like I am in a Grade 1 classroom where everyone wants the only piece of candy and the teachers attention, kinda dysfunctional at times. But for the most part its great fun. Long post here, thanks for reading and good luck on your positions.

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BigT1 - thank you - again you guys have helped me out...it is very much appreciated.
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Seriously, I'm Lil, I am 47 yrs. old next month. I am Married the the best guy. Have 5 Children. 23, 21, 19, 18 and 2. I have a great Son in Law. A Granddaughter and a Grandson Due any day.
I am retired from nursing. Now running my Husbands Electrical Contracting business from our home. I love being a SAHM (stay at home mom) to my little girl. Worked my A$$ off for years and was unable to be home full time for my other ones. I love Golf, Boating, and a penny stock junkie.

Into stocks for a few years now but more high priced safe stocks and just held them. Didn't even know how to trade or that forums such as these even existed until about 8 months ago. Been hooked ever since.

I have daytraded a few, but have decided just recently, It's bad for my blood pressure. LOL
I have made some good money over the past 8 months, the first four months were better than the past 4 but, I'm thinking it's more of the market than just my style of trading.

Left Allstocks for a while due to some bad eggs but am back and happy to see such wonderful people here doing great DD.

Good Luck to all of us.

Lil


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Congrats Pennypincher !!!
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Lots of new posters these days, so I thought it would be fun to bring this forward.
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I am 30 (single mom with one child) in Atlanta and work as an exec asst at a large lawfirm. I began the "penny" stock about 3 months ago....I retrieved a "bogus" msg from my boss' voicemail regarding "buy MAUG" - so I did - made a profit and now I am freaking addicted!! Glad I sold that )&*(! when I did. Hold qbid and usci....wish I knew how to find all of those 0001's that creap up daily or just those that triple immediately! Oh well - live and you learn - just pleeeeeaaaase GO QBID!!!!
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Hello,

I'm a 29 years old IT consultant,live in brussel,belgium.
I have a little more than 50 million CMKX shares and holding it to the graveyard or to the moon :-)


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Wow, I just noticed this thread. It really turned into something 1Big! I'm 33 going on 10, married and live in Tampa, where I dodge the dangers of Mother Nature on a weekly basis...
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Hi Everyone.

I am 47 year old software consultant from LA California.

Been in pennies since March-04, not been lucky with any single share, quite the opposite. Any share I touch goes down.

Though not lost much, only about 4.5 K, But still learning the tricks of the trade.

Been on this message board for some time and happy and thankful for the information I get from here.

Good luck to all


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Hey John, Are you an Ayn Rand Fan?. I am
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Originally posted by John Galt's Abnormal Twin:
19 years old, living in Toronto, ON but moving to Victoria, BC TOMORROW MORNING to go to university. Got into this a couple months ago, bought QBID but decided I shouldn't have all my eggs in one basket so instead of buying more I bought some of PAVP. HA! Still, turned around U$1000 to almost U$6000... I'm not complaining, still trying to calculate how long it would take the S&P to do that. And I don't have to work this year to pay for living expenses


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47dwm...seeks attractive and fun-loving woman to...OH, wait. Wrong board....
Hi all. I'm a 47 year old divorced male who decided to leave his job last year just to take a break and chill. After several years in the housing industry, and priorly several years in the financial industry I decided to start investing...what a GREAT IDEA!!!
I got in the market JUST in time for all valuations to fall!! Above post, I understand your pain and loss. Checked out this site about 2 months ago, had never done pennies,was seized and swooned at the hype/potential of IBZT. Sold some "normal stock" at a loss and the magic ride began...
did it again with QBID cause I SURELY didn't want to miss that bus either!!!...in the wait for these pennies to soar, the stocks sold at a loss have reached levels way in the profit margin had I remained. Live and learn.
There are ALOT of good people on this board and some are very helpful with advice and tips. Thanks to those folks.
Sunny, "All we ever had to do was launch!!!"

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I'm 308. That's DOG years. Moved to Arizona 10 years ago, Lake Havasu City (Poor Man's Cancun). Married to a great lady (she's 189 in DOG years). I've always said making love to a younger woman is very dangerous...................................................................................................................................But If She Dies, She Dies.......


HHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


RUFFRUFFRUFFRUFFRUFF

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He guys I'm 28 and live in San Antonio Tx. I am a drug rep for Pfizer. I started in pennys back in July with about $ 3000 and have tripled it so far of stocks like AMHI, MDGN and SEIH.
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I'm a Cancer, I'm 541.5 moons old. I have listened to Dark Side of the Moon 483 billion times.....
I have lived for more than 5 moons in 8 different states (no not altered) i've always been in an altered state...LOL

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I'm 42 married 3 kids live in sunny ca.I'm disabled and hate doctors,Lawyers,and WORKMANS COMP.
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word of wisdom on comp. tony.. if you refuse a doctors treatment.. like say surgery to release a carpal tunnel (that isn't the problem..LOL) the insurance company can legally dump you and leave you with the bills....watch them guys, the surgeons love to cut at 5K a whack, esp if you have a good policy.....happened to a good friend of mine...
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I have been treated worse than a dog.5 years fighting them for surgery.Just the opposite i need it and been getting delays,denials.Went to ame said i needed surgery.They get him to change his mind.3-6 months to get approvals for doctors,tests,had to go before a judge 3 times and have him order them to let me see certain doctors and tests.Denied me medication for 2months.Had about 90,000 in penaltys owed to me when we settle.Arnold just made law retro max penalty 10,000.Sorry got carried away.This crap cost me my savings,401k and 1/2 my equity.Thanks for trying to help.
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word of wisdom on comp. tony.. if you refuse a doctors treatment.. like say surgery to release a carpal tunnel (that isn't the problem..LOL) the insurance company can legally dump you and leave you with the bills....watch them guys, the surgeons love to cut at 5K a whack, esp if you have a good policy.....happened to a good friend of mine...


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sounds familiar.....
i mean the part about losing...


sounds more and more they have us coming and going don't it?

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