quote:Originally posted by onemorehit: I can't believe there are still people in this POS!!!
I'm still in here with freebies. Hoping Des is going to pull out one final Mac Daddy of PRs right out of his a$$, and bounce this stock (if only for a few minutes), the freebies I have left right now aren't worth crap anyway...
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Third-Order Nanotechnologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TDON) jumped from an average volume over the past three months of 44,742 to over 154,000 shares traded. The stock price also showed a sizeable increase of about 4 percent in intraday trading though it was down at the close. Wall Street Resources reportedly received fifteen thousand in cash and sixty thousand restricted shares for their effort.
Freshstart Properties, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FSPP) traded lower by about 21% from its previous close on over 89,000 shares. Average volume over the past 3 months was only 25,912. The stock was mentioned by Market Pulse in premarket trading. Market Pulse was reportedly compensated three hundred thousand free trading shares for their participation.
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"directors and employees intend to buy and sell shares in any company mentioned within and may profit in the event those shares rise in value." and they will also be buying and selling to "bag holders" ( my quote )LMAO!!! WOW! what a great PR!!! LOL!!!
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when investors fall for these kind of things (and I am one of them, believe me), it reminds me of the image on shakerzzz board of the gazelles being chased by the lion. I have often thought that all who jump on shakerzz's picks are the gazelles and he is the lion. I also think of the lemmings jumping off the cliff.
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