I see where it went straight up like last year then tumbled back down almost to nothing.I wish I would have had this info earlier.The up trend is probably gonna end like last year.Straight up and cant get in until the peak.
i bought per chance this a.m. been watching since last year along with plma, saw it last night saw volume kicking in yesterday
buying on rumour, think big news is a coming
sold enough late in the day to make a nice profit and kept alot of free shares, this has potential to hit .01+ and can move very fast, as its done in the past
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I can see u r up hard today.With the news about the radio show,how high would u speculate the stock will go? I did get in and I hope my usual luck doesnt jinx the stock.In the time it took me to buy in it cost me an extra $200 to get what I wanted.
The Blackhawk Fund Reduces the Authorized Common Shares Tuesday February 26, 9:00 am ET
CARDIFF, Calif., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Blackhawk Fund (OTC Bulletin Board: BHWF - News), is pleased to announce the reduction of 1 Billion authorized shares of The Company's common stock. In an effort to deliver shareholder appreciation, The Board of Directors unanimously voted in favor of reducing The Company's authorized shares from 4 Billion to 3 Billion shares. Out of the remaining authorized common shares, The Company's majority shareholder controls the equivalent of 2 Billion shares as Preferred B stock, which are affiliate restricted shares that cannot be sold into the market. This leaves less than 1 Billion common shares authorized that, if issued, can actually trade in the market.
The Company will take further steps to consider the reduction of Preferred B shares, which will be necessary for additional reductions of The Company's authorized common stock. The Company has taken these steps to recapitalize The Company in a manner that will yield price appreciation as The Company's business grows. The Blackhawk Fund has recently announced the launch of a nationwide radio program that should provide additional revenue to The Company in proportion to the increased coverage that has been contracted through the radio program.
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