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If you buy at the ask, it's still a bid. It just won't sit on the bid stack if it is satisfied.
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quote:
Originally posted by FrankNitti:
Does anyone know how many "BILLIONS" of shares this company has? I KNOW it is billions, but just wondering how many...kinda like JMCP...don't ya think.....good news (unlike JMCP), huge volume (probably 1/100th of what is out)..and she still won't move....WOW...

Just keep in mind this IS NOT a personal attack, but DAMN ROB, you like them nasty longshots huh?

15,000,000,000 as of Mar 31, 2007
29,700,000,000 as of June 30, 2007

Per latest 10-Q:
http://www.pinksheets.com/pink/quote/quote.jsp?symbol=bkmp

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quote:
Originally posted by FrankNitti:
Does anyone know how many "BILLIONS" of shares this company has? I KNOW it is billions, but just wondering how many...kinda like JMCP...don't ya think.....good news (unlike JMCP), huge volume (probably 1/100th of what is out)..and she still won't move....WOW...

Just keep in mind this IS NOT a personal attack, but DAMN ROB, you like them nasty longshots huh?

I'm not the only one, so why are you here?
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quote:
Originally posted by TopRob:
If you buy at the ask, it's still a bid. It just won't sit on the bid stack if it is satisfied.

Yes,....it's 'your' bid, or should I say 'your buy'.

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No Rob, it's not... Unless you've decided to alter the definition that's been in existence for like a hundred years and just forgot to tell the rest of us...

quote:
Originally posted by TopRob:
If you buy at the ask, it's still a bid. It just won't sit on the bid stack if it is satisfied.


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Only 3MM left on the Ask for .0001
If it keeps at this rate, we'll see .0002 today.

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15,000,000,000 as of Mar 31, 2007
29,700,000,000 as of June 30, 2007

Nice buyback plan they've got going there.

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quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
15,000,000,000 as of Mar 31, 2007
29,700,000,000 as of June 30, 2007

Nice buyback plan they've got going there.

It's not to bad if you consider the O/S was 301,426,988,913 back in Dec of 04, right before the 1-100 R/S

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quote:
Originally posted by NaturalResources:
quote:
Originally posted by FrankNitti:
Does anyone know how many "BILLIONS" of shares this company has? I KNOW it is billions, but just wondering how many...kinda like JMCP...don't ya think.....good news (unlike JMCP), huge volume (probably 1/100th of what is out)..and she still won't move....WOW...

Just keep in mind this IS NOT a personal attack, but DAMN ROB, you like them nasty longshots huh?

15,000,000,000 as of Mar 31, 2007
29,700,000,000 as of June 30, 2007

Per latest 10-Q:
http://www.pinksheets.com/pink/quote/quote.jsp?symbol=bkmp

Thanks for the info! OMFG! 30 Billion plus shares....ummmm....errrrr.....thanks anyways, but I shall pass this one up..

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Right "only" increased the O/S 30fold in that time.

quote:
Originally posted by NaturalResources:
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
15,000,000,000 as of Mar 31, 2007
29,700,000,000 as of June 30, 2007

Nice buyback plan they've got going there.

It's not to bad if you consider the O/S was 301,426,988,913 back in Dec of 04, right before the 1-100 R/S

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quote:
Originally posted by TopRob:
quote:
Originally posted by FrankNitti:
Does anyone know how many "BILLIONS" of shares this company has? I KNOW it is billions, but just wondering how many...kinda like JMCP...don't ya think.....good news (unlike JMCP), huge volume (probably 1/100th of what is out)..and she still won't move....WOW...

Just keep in mind this IS NOT a personal attack, but DAMN ROB, you like them nasty longshots huh?

I'm not the only one, so why are you here?
I am here merely to increase my portfolio (thus far, the lowest change I have had in a day is +10.79 percent) (Patting self on back) I just don't like em "that long"! I mean WOW!

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quote:
Originally posted by PCola77:
No Rob, it's not... Unless you've decided to alter the definition that's been in existence for like a hundred years and just forgot to tell the rest of us...

quote:
Originally posted by TopRob:
If you buy at the ask, it's still a bid. It just won't sit on the bid stack if it is satisfied.


I guess I got to technical with you guys, I was talking about the way it was handled internally in the trade application software. From a user point of view a buy at the Ask looks like a buy with no bid because it was sitisfied immediately.
However digging down into the mechinic of the actual Bid/Ask process, a buy at the Ask is actually a Bid that gets sitisfied immediately, but what you see is just a buy at the Ask and no Bids on the stack.
The same for a sell at the Bid, it's still an Ask, but you see it simply as a sell at the Bid.

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Hot Dog!, we hit .0002 once, so we might see it again before the day is over. It would be nice to close at .0002 for a change.
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Rob-

I've never seen someone mess something up so badly.

That's really confusing Rob. I get how you're looking at it, but it's a lot simpler than how you're making it.

It's not really from a 'user point of view' as you stated, but more from 'your point of view', and it doesn't have to be 'that hard'.

Between your love of JMCP, praise of BKMP,....now your theory of what a bid & ask mean,....you may have some issues that need to be addressed.


I'm done....

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TopRob,

IMO, it is plain and simple... BKMP is purely a finance vehicle for the other 80% of TFN owned by Sandy Winick and Mike Garrow.

Don't get me wrong, I think TFN is a good product, in fact, that is why I bought the stock in the first place. I have many friends who would watch an all fight network. I screwed up though and didn't do enough DD before I bought into this POS.

Take a look at the share structure, history of dilution with this company and the history of Sandy Winick, who has had a run in with the SEC before... Then tell me if you think there is any hope for this stock. Perhaps, but IMO it is a longshot.

The product has potential, but given everything else, I doubt profits or even a buyout for TFN will translate into anything for BKMP shareholders.

As I said before, I own this stock and I'm in the red so I have no reason to "bash" other than to try to keep people informed that IMO this one is a BIG gamble. I'd love more than anything to agree with you and Squizpants and watch this one go "to the moon" but frankly I doubt it will ever happen and it is more likely IMO that the next big event for BKMP will be a R/S.

Regardless, I see as of a few minutes ago the ask hit 0.0002 so maybe pigs will fly... I can tell you this much though... If the bid even hits 0.0003 I'll take my $35 and run.

Good Luck To You.
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Well, apparently it is sniffing .0002. Congrats on that. Now, if you ever get to the point where you could actually sell at .0002, I'd be very impressed.

As far as bid x ask, there's really no need to debate this further. We all know what you're trying to say, but you are flat out wrong. You may think of it thta way if you so desire, but it does not change the reality that there was no bid when you were babbling on about your new wave method of calculating the bid.

Howvere, you may feel free to go nuts now about the .0001 bid, because there is one now. Or wait, are you going to say the bid is .0002 if someone buys at .0002?

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Well NR, to me $35 is just not worth the stress in waiting for something to happen. If I were in your situation, I would probably buy down while still at .0001 so that when it does go up to .0002 or .0003, I could recoup some of my losses. Otherwise, it's just a writeoff.

I don't think BKMP has a chance in going anywhere unless the buyback is in the billions and there's no more dilution.

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PCola, the Bid is now .0001(5) and the Ask is .0002(11).

But if you buy at .0002 it's actually a bid that will get satisfied immediately. Believe it or not.

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What makes you think that there will be a buyback and that there will be no more dilution?

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I don't think BKMP has a chance in going anywhere unless the buyback is in the billions and there's no more dilution.



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TR...a bid is an offer to purchase at a price LOWER than the ask...period!!!!


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Originally posted by TopRob:
PCola, the Bid is now .0001(5) and the Ask is .0002(11).

But if you buy at .0002 it's actually a bid that will get satisfied immediately. Believe it or not.



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I fear he'll never get it.

quote:
Originally posted by retiredat49:
TR...a bid is an offer to purchase at a price LOWER than the ask...period!!!!


quote:
Originally posted by TopRob:
PCola, the Bid is now .0001(5) and the Ask is .0002(11).

But if you buy at .0002 it's actually a bid that will get satisfied immediately. Believe it or not.



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TopRob,

I wouldn't even consider for ONE SECOND purchasing more of this stock. Even without an R/S, the future of BKMP is likely nothing more than further dilution. Quite frankly, based on my DD of his history, I wouldn't buy ANYTHING with Sandy Winick's name attached to it.

As far as my 35$..... I am not stressing at all, and throwing more money at this stock in order to "recoup" my $50 loss IMO is pure insanity. Even the most seasoned veterans will tell you that in the penny market, averaging down is one of the worst things you can do... I have learned this from first hand experience....

I knew I probably hadn't done enough DD and was taking a risk when I bought BKMP, that is why I only threw "lunch money" at it... Most likey, I will write it off, as you suggested... Unless of course some other poor sap or cronic gambler decides to take this bag off my hands... With any luck, I'll use the 20$ I have left to buy dinner.

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This is another one of Toprob's miracle stocks, destined to plummet, dilute, shudder and die.

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Scott, you are really showing your ignorance more and more. Do you really think people out there believe you have any common sense. You can say negative things about any penny stock and have a 99% chance of being correct, so your bashing BKMP does not reward you with any more respect. You, PCola, Wit and a few others only give negative opions about all sub-penny stocks and never any positive advice on stocks that actually do well. That tell me that you guys are in this for self greed at the expense of the loyal shareholders and newbies. So actually you guys are feeding off the ones you claim to be saving. More like the hungry wolf pretending to be protecting the chickens.
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Top...I'll ask you again...
What makes you think that there will be a buyback and that there will be no more dilution?

quote:Originally posted by TopRob:


I don't think BKMP has a chance in going anywhere unless the buyback is in the billions and there's no more dilution.

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Rob, let me ask you this, and be honest here. How many stocks have you bought, and how many have you made money on. That is the ONLY question that anyone cares about here, wheter your picks make people money. So far I don't recall a single time when you've actually made any money, but even you can't be oh-fer, so I want to hear your track record.

If you can show us how you've picked winners in the past, I bet we'll all stop "bashing" your stocks, but as it is, I think we all "bahs" your stocks because every one you've played has been a worthless dog.

Please correct me, I don't have any problem admitting when I'm wrong, and have done so plenty of times.

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quote:
Originally posted by retiredat49:
Top...I'll ask you again...
What makes you think that there will be a buyback and that there will be no more dilution?

quote:Originally posted by TopRob:


I don't think BKMP has a chance in going anywhere unless the buyback is in the billions and there's no more dilution.

It's just a chance we take Retiredat. As with all sub-penny companies, they are struggling to survive except for the scam ones. Assuming we are not dealing with a scam, you just never know what deal a company might come across that can turn things around. So if they can get the funds to buyback billions of shares and discontinue dilution, this stock will turn around.
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So basically....NOTHING but HOPE?

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quote:
Originally posted by PCola77:
Rob, let me ask you this, and be honest here. How many stocks have you bought, and how many have you made money on. That is the ONLY question that anyone cares about here, wheter your picks make people money. So far I don't recall a single time when you've actually made any money, but even you can't be oh-fer, so I want to hear your track record.

If you can show us how you've picked winners in the past, I bet we'll all stop "bashing" your stocks, but as it is, I think we all "bahs" your stocks because every one you've played has been a worthless dog.

Please correct me, I don't have any problem admitting when I'm wrong, and have done so plenty of times.

They are all worthless dogs. That's because no penny stock is a guarrantee. I made money on some penny stocks, and a few Pinks, but pinks are a little too risky, so I try and leave them to you guys. I make the most off non-penny stocks. Anything under $1.00 I consider high risk and don't invest more than I can afford to loose. Of the few pennies I am playing, it only takes just one of them to take off to make me rich or at least better off. So to me it worth the risk.

Also, I have been tracking over a hundred penny stocks for the past year and while most have had huge gains, the results is that they all (except 3 or 4) have went down over 50%, some 90%. So I would say 1 out of 5 will go up and maybe 1 out of a 50 will actually go up and stay up for the long range.

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You avoided the question Rob. Give us some of the winners that you've played.
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Good job cluttering the board with nonsense
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quote:
Originally posted by PCola77:
You avoided the question Rob. Give us some of the winners that you've played.

Sorry, that's personal information. Plus I don't trust you basher guys. Your firm would probably short it just for the heck of it.
Also you never did answer my question about stocks that you think are a winner.

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Talking to anyone in particular, or anyone involved in the recent banter?

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Good job cluttering the board with nonsense


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If the shoe fits
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MAN THERE SELLING THIS POS DOWN THE RIVER!!

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