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Go back and read page 1, post 1 of this thread:

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Phoenix Associate Land Syndicate, Inc. is a holding company with assets in sand & gravel, soil products, land development, plumbing, trucking, contract hauling, construction, swimming pool construction and construction related industries. http://www.pbls.biz/
Sound like a good business to be in right now in that area?

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I am very curious about what will happen in the morning somebody knows something. Have been holding for a long time
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I have been holding for atleast a month but yes daily volume is seven times the normal volume so I would say somebody knows somthing
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Lot of volume. No pps movement. L2's

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big jump cant find any news anybody else ?
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Same here. Quietly going up! Any L2's?

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Darn!!Sold some at .0085, figures, goes over .01!! Seems to happen to me. Must...get...timing....down!!! Originally a blueranger bottom pick, he said this was more of a creeper than a runner. Been in over 2 months, he was right. I should have more patience!

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Nice to come home and see this. I had a sell order in at .009 and cancelled it before I left this morning.
Whats up with this??? Something brewing here.
Hope we are at .02 tomorrow!!!!!!!

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hmmmmm, do I sell or do I hold???? help a n00b! lol
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What's up here?? Keeps climbing with no news. Somethings up.

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I think this is a common sense thing:

New Orleans = Disaster/destroyed/needs rebuilding

PBLS = Based in Louisiana. Happens to be a part of the construction business. FEMA to pay $$$ for emergency construction (see top of page 3 for dd, and page 1 for full dd in this thread).

So, just based on what you know of the awful state of NO (my heart goes out to them), you can assume that most of the construction companies in the area are being called upon to assist, and that FEMA is gonna contract as many and as quickly as possible.

Hell, there was a news bit the other day about a gravel highway being laid to reach the levees. This company is into hauling, sand, gravel, etc! While the news report didn't say what company was doing this stuff, you can bet your backside that PBLS will be involved in this massive effort in some way. It just so happens that the companies that are part of PBLS will be making bank for the cleanup at the same time they are providing necessities to FEMA and other constructions necessary.

All conjecture, but IMO, they happen to be "in the right place at the right time" for their business model!

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DQ
post on RB recently was that company has survived and being on high ground near I-10 is positioned perfectly to take part in the repairs. It will be easy access for trucks. This will give them a big shot in the arm and with all the rest of the good news lately everything finally gelled imo. This will ride higher but jmo of course. GL

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Any word on wether or not any of their companies have been involved thus far?

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I may try to get back in. I had bought this a couple of weeks ago at .005. I had a sell triggered at .015 while I was gone today...came back to see I sold.
Good way to start holiday!!
I'll try to get more. I think this will be very good.

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quote:
Originally posted by bowlegtroy:
I think this is a common sense thing:

New Orleans = Disaster/destroyed/needs rebuilding

PBLS = Based in Louisiana. Happens to be a part of the construction business. FEMA to pay $$$ for emergency construction (see top of page 3 for dd, and page 1 for full dd in this thread).

So, just based on what you know of the awful state of NO (my heart goes out to them), you can assume that most of the construction companies in the area are being called upon to assist, and that FEMA is gonna contract as many and as quickly as possible.

Hell, there was a news bit the other day about a gravel highway being laid to reach the levees. This company is into hauling, sand, gravel, etc! While the news report didn't say what company was doing this stuff, you can bet your backside that PBLS will be involved in this massive effort in some way. It just so happens that the companies that are part of PBLS will be making bank for the cleanup at the same time they are providing necessities to FEMA and other constructions necessary.

All conjecture, but IMO, they happen to be "in the right place at the right time" for their business model!

but I wonder if PBLS is listed as state contractor, my understanding of the way most states work is only a certain number of vendors or companys are allowed to bid on projects.
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Doesn't take much to become a contractor to the state, a few weeks at most for the paperwork and you can bid a project. A lot of states tend to push the small business enterprises and the disadvantage businesses over the big boys. I can imagine there will be a lot of construction contracts available at this point.
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One thing they would have a huge leap on would be the trucking which they could easily subcontract to a larger contractor down there.
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As far as being a contractor for the state, they are already involved with some interstate exit/entrance ramp. It is on their website if you care to do some dd. So, I think they could easily take the next step and expand in selling their gravel/sand to the govt. to fix the interstate for starters. This is going to take years to rebuild the city and infrastructure imo.
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Press Release Source: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Message From the President of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
Tuesday September 6, 7:00 am ET

COVINGTON, LA--(MARKET WIRE)--Sep 6, 2005 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Other OTC:PBLS.PK - News), a holding company with assets in oil, sand & gravel, soil products, land development, trucking, contract hauling, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, today announced, although our mining operation sustained a direct hit, that Phoenix has survived Hurricane Katrina and is feverously working to maintain its continued growth. As most of you already know, our mining company, Murphy Sand & Gravel, is located in Pearl River, Louisiana, and is the closest mining operation to the New Orleans area and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Our location has millions of tons of soil, sand and gravel and we stand ready to furnish material to help rebuild the devastated areas surrounding the Gulf Coast communities and the City of New Orleans. In the best interest of our stockholders, this disaster should almost certainly cause a re-evaluation of the $300,000,000 in reserves located on the company's 820-acre site. Thank all of you for your enthusiastic support of Phoenix while we continue to grow our company. We have some great announcements coming up soon. THANK YOU.

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0.017 and still going!
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that was a good way to start the day, anyone else following this run?
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Yes, very nice indeed! Holding pretty steady right now, may see another one this afternoon.
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Yes, I had to sell a little today to cover some other losses, but I'm looking to hold the rest for a while
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Keep a close eye on this one...........

Too cheap for all the work to be done.......

Assets are worth over $300,000,000

Do some DD and see where its located.

Sand, Gravel, Soil.......

Trucks for hauling.......

Construction crews.......

And Billions of Dollars worth of work needed to be done in their area.........

All set up for the work.............

Already getting work..............

More News coming soon.............

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Sounded like it was gonna be a 200 billion job to cleanup down there and thats probably the low side.
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Sounded like it was gonna be a 200 billion job to cleanup down there and thats probably the low side.
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Yes and am hearing on news this moment.......

Lots of Oil sluge has to be cleaned up and hauled off....

Sounds like they will need soil too........
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You need to DD this company............

Its got more PRs coming

and

its coiling up to break out

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PBLS breaking out
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Where do you see this going?
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with the tracks of CRX being out between N O and Mobile PBLS should move up. I HOPE
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hope someone is watching. spread is good, ask isnt coming down....5's here we come
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I think we will see some attention on the boards if this holds EOD. Sold 200K for some green, will hold the rest long term
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viking
same here sold 200k but keeping most for the much bigger ride coming. Btw, dont know if anyone here knows but rumor has it Txi may buy this for .48-.52cents. They have a gravel pit 14miles from hard hit areas but their pit is depleted. They have many more trucks than pbls and with all the cash they have could buy pbls in a heartbeat. It would be a good "natural fit". GL

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Hey just wondering, those of you that just sold 200k shares, those must have been partial fills right?
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unreal- No, they werent. Swallowed it up whole! lol Going to add btw on any pullback since this could go much higher imo. GL
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