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on this one no.but i would guess without anymore info,hmmm min 12c.this one is going to be a gut call i think.have to see how it plays out.

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Hey guys, I'm new around here, trying to learn the trade. I gotta start somewhere so I went in on VLCO with you guys at .052.
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financials released

Period Ending Dec 31, 2010 Sep 30, 2010 Jun 30, 2010 Sep 30, 2009
Total Revenue 689 1,176 369 1,163
Cost of Revenue - (776) 776 (0)
Gross Profit 689 1,953 (407) 1,163
Operating Expenses
Research Development - - - -
Selling General and Administrative 496 976 130 800
Non Recurring - 1 - (780)
Others 31 - 49 -

Total Operating Expenses - - - -
Operating Income or Loss (167) 976 (586) 243
Income from Continuing Operations
Total Other Income/Expenses Net - (95) 79 (239)
Earnings Before Interest And Taxes (167) 881 (507) 4
Interest Expense - (471) 453 (51)
Income Before Tax (167) 1,352 (960) 54
Income Tax Expense - - - -
Minority Interest - - - -

Net Income From Continuing Ops (167) 1,352 (960) 54
Non-recurring Events
Discontinued Operations - 19 (19) -
Extraordinary Items - - - -
Effect Of Accounting Changes - - - -
Other Items - - - -
Net Income (167) 1,371 (979) 54
Preferred Stock And Other Adjustments - - - -
Net Income Applicable To Common Shares (167) 1,371 (979) 54

Currency in USD.

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quote:
Originally posted by Leyth G:
Hey guys, I'm new around here, trying to learn the trade. I gotta start somewhere so I went in on VLCO with you guys at .052.

ok welcome to Allstocks, come on in the water is just fine in here.you should start on investopedia and learn the fundamentals of a stock.eps,p/e ratio,peg ratio,book value,equity,etc etc.should never buy just because other people buy.learn to read 10q/10k financials that companies release.if u dont u will be doomed following the crowds.you need to know why i say buy.dont ever buy a pink if they dont have financial transparency.its a scam or a shell.good luck and once again its all about the E BABY(EARNINGS) [Good Luck]

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Ok cool, I know a few of the basics, but there are still many things I need to learn. I will look up investopedia to try and fill in the blanks. I will run things by you guys if I find anything in my research.

Thanks for the welcome.

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quote:
Originally posted by Leyth G:
Ok cool, I know a few of the basics, but there are still many things I need to learn. I will look up investopedia to try and fill in the blanks. I will run things by you guys if I find anything in my research.

Thanks for the welcome.

AS FOR AS YOU GUYS I RUN SOLO.THIS OTHER DUDE JUST FOLLOWS MY PICS AROUND AND ME. [Good Luck]

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Like the Capt. says. Learn first, then trying jumping in. I learned the hard way, now all I do is practice picks and a lot of reading. Since I'm a greenhorn I'm only trying a little at a time til I learn a hell of a lot more. It's easy to jump in with a big smile, but it hurts like hell when you hit the bottom of the pool with no water to make you float [Smile]
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it takes approx 100.000 hrs to master about anything.Wether it be stock trading or whatever it is.so to come in and jump a stock right away is bad.luckily most of my picks are solid,But if u followed some of the other so called pics u might be done before u even started.So basically what im saying put in the time.(40hrs a week for approx 5yrs) and learn what you need to know so you can be your own dog.i have always preached that to my endless number of students i tutor.dont follow the crowds.find a gem on you own thru detailed analysis of the stock and believe in it no matter what.So the best place as i tell everyone is go to investopedia and spend your time learning the craft.you will have a foundation to be sucessfull in this nasty world of stocks.heres a great article about following crowds.much more then fundamentals.its about money management and emotion management and funtamentals.Hope you enjoy and it helps understand why im my own dog.

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quote:
Originally posted by dogwithem:
Like the Capt. says. Learn first, then trying jumping in. I learned the hard way, now all I do is practice picks and a lot of reading. Since I'm a greenhorn I'm only trying a little at a time til I learn a hell of a lot more. It's easy to jump in with a big smile, but it hurts like hell when you hit the bottom of the pool with no water to make you float [Smile]

And you have been my best pupil so far.Have just started with you in what Apr?and you already are better than most of these dudes that do this for a living.Your able to be your own dog.You look at stuff that you would of jumped into that those guys run on yahoo message boards and are able to see and say what a pos.I think your gonna be sucessful doing this.heres the article i started to tell you about earlier.Enjoy
[Good Luck] [Good Luck] How The Power Of The Masses Drives The Market
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The incessant intraday struggle stock market between the bulls and the bears is what drives market rallies and precipitates market declines. Regardless of the style of analysis or system employed by traders, one primary aim of their trading endeavors is to understand the degree of control held by the bulls or bears at any given time, and to predict who should hold power in the near to distant future. Unfortunately, traders' natural desire to follow the crowds often gets in the way of seeing this clearly. Here we'll take a look at how psychology and behavioral finance propel bull and bear markets.

Tutorial: An Introduction To Behavioral Finance

The Force of Emotion
One way to see the market is as a disorganized crowd of individuals whose sole common purpose is to ascertain the future mood of the market (the balance of power between bulls and bears) and thereby profit from a correct trading decision today. However, it's important to realize that the crowd is comprised of a variety of individuals, each one prone to competing and conflicting emotions. Optimism and pessimism, hope and fear - all these emotions can exist in one investor at different times or in multiple investors or groups at the same time. In any trading decision, the primary goal is to make sense of this crush of emotion, thereby evaluating the psychology of the market crowd. (To read more on behavioral finance, see Understanding Investor Behavior.)

Charles Mackay's famous book, "Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds", is perhaps the most often cited in discussions of market phenomena, from the tulipmania in 17th-century Holland to most every bubble since. The story is a familiar one: an enduring bull market in some commodity, currency or equity leads the general public to believe the trend cannot end. Such optimistic thinking leads the public to overextend itself in acquiring the object of the mania, while lenders fall over each other to feed the fire. Eventually, fear arises in investors as they start to think that the market is not as strong as they initially assumed. Inevitably, the market collapses on itself as that fear turns to panic selling, creating a vicious spiral that brings the market to a point lower than it was before the mania started, and from which it will likely take years to recover.

The Nature of Crowds
The key to such widespread phenomena lies in the nature of the crowd: the way in which a collection of usually calm, rational individuals can be overwhelmed by such emotion when it appears their peers are behaving in a certain universal manner. Those who study human behavior have repeatedly found that the fear of missing an opportunity for profits is a more enduring motivator than the fear of losing one's life savings. At its fundamental level, this fear of being left out or failing when your friends, relatives and neighbors seem to be making a killing, drives the overwhelming power of the crowd.

Another motivating force behind crowd behavior is our tendency to look for leadership in the form of the balance of the crowd's opinion (as we think that the majority must be right) or in the form of a few key individuals who seem to be driving the crowd's behavior by virtue of their uncanny ability to predict the future. In times of uncertainty (and what is more uncertain than the multitude of choices facing us in the trading universe?), we look to strong leaders to guide our behavior and provide examples to follow. The seemingly omniscient market guru is but one example of the type of individual who purports to stand as all-knowing leader of the crowd, but whose façade is the first to crumble when the tides of mania eventually turn.

Choices, Choices, Choices …
Due to the overwhelming power of the crowd and the tendency for trends to continue for lengthy periods of time on the basis of this strength, the rational individual trader is faced with a conundrum: does he or she follow the strength of the rampaging hordes or strike out defiantly with the assumption that his or her individually well-analyzed decisions will prevail over the surrounding madness? The solution to this problem is actually quite simple: follow the crowd when its opinion jives with your analysis and cut your losses and get out of the market when the crowd turns against you! Both following the crowd and getting out present their own unique challenges.

The Risks of Following the Crowd
The key to enduring success in trading is to develop an individual, independent system that exhibits the positive qualities of studious, non-emotional, rational analysis and highly disciplined implementation. The choice will depend on the individual trader's unique predilection for charting and technical analysis. If market reality jives with the tenets of the trader's system, a successful and profitable career is born (at least for the moment).

So the ideal situation for any trader is that beautiful alignment that occurs when the market crowd and one's chosen system of analysis conspire to create profitability. This is when the public seems to confirm your system of analysis and is likely the very situation where your highest profits will be earned in the short term. Yet this is also the most potentially devastating situation in the medium to long term, because the individual trader can be lulled into a false sense of security as his or her analysis is confirmed. The trader is then subtly and irrevocably sucked into joining the crowd, straying from his or her individual system and giving increasing credence to the decisions of others.

Inevitably, there will be a time when the crowd's behavior will diverge from the direction suggested by the trader's analytical system, and this is the precise time at which the trader must put on the brakes and exit his position. This is also the most difficult time to exit a winning position, as it is very easy to second guess the signal that one is receiving, and to hold out for just a little more profitability. As is always the case, straying from one's system may be fruitful for a time, but in the long term, it is always the individual, disciplined, analytical approach that will win out over blind adherence to those around you. (Learn more in Master Your Trading Mindtraps and Removing The Barriers To Successful Investing.)

The Challenges of Going Against the Crowd and Getting Out
A trader's best decisions will be made when he or she has a written plan that spells out under exactly what conditions a trade will be entered and exited. These conditions may very well be driven by the crowd, or they may occur regardless of the direction in which the crowd is moving. And there will be times when the trader's system issues a signal that is exactly opposite to the direction in which the crowd is moving. It is the latter situation of which a trader must be extremely wary.

In a sense, the crowd is never wrong over the short term. When the crowd is moving in a direction that is contrary to what a trader's system maintains, the trader's best decision is to get out! In other words, the trader should take his or her profits or realize losses and wait on the sidelines until such time as a positive signal is once again issued by the system. It is better to relinquish a certain amount of potential profit than to lose any amount of one's hard-earned principal. (Learn more in The Art Of Cutting Your Losses.)

The Bottom Line
Remember, the feeling that you are missing out on a surefire opportunity for profit is the most psychologically trying and dangerous situation that you are likely to face in your trading career. Indeed, the feeling of missed opportunities is more taxing than realizing losses - an inevitable eventuality if you stray from your chosen path. This is perhaps the ultimate paradox of trading, that our innate human instinct and desire to fit in with the crowd is also the situation that has led many an individual trader to financial ruin. Never fight the power of the crowd, but always be aware of how your individual decisions relate to the power of those around you. (Learn more in Leading Indicators Of Behavioral Finance.)

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Thanks Capt. Wish there were more people like you. Damn good article to read too. (like I don't have enought to raed already) [Smile]
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on the way uppppp

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no news and its on a run - you thinking a pullback is coming capt? i think its too early to take a profit.

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quote:
Originally posted by dogwithem:
Thanks Capt. Wish there were more people like you. Damn good article to read too. (like I don't have enought to raed already) [Smile]

No prob just keep up the good work Dog. [Good Luck]

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quote:
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no news and its on a run - you thinking a pullback is coming capt? i think its too early to take a profit.

yes i do think a pullback is coming.i say that just by the way most of my stocks react.people buy in behind the scenes,usually it goes up and then youll have some selling,then a price drop cause of profit takers.thats when i look to accumulate more.i know i dont usually flip my stock right away.i hold cause i have targets i stick to.for a stock with earnings of 33c per share andf the price is .05-.07c u think im selling? [Good Luck]

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for people who want to sell put in your order at ask price or just a little below it.never at the bid.your giving MMs your shares.it will cause them to drop price.if you didnt know that already.by doing this you could be giving someone else your shares,but not to the MMs(market makers)

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Another good lesson from my teacher [Smile]
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hey capt. why haven't people caught on to the eps and how it is 6 times higher than the price. Do people just think its a fluke?
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quote:
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hey capt. why haven't people caught on to the eps and how it is 6 times higher than the price. Do people just think its a fluke?

its up 300% from not long ago?why do companies that lose more money and have more shares out there and it trades for dollars.who really knows.well the MMS sort of do.,

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picked up some more at 0.045... these dips are starting to get tiring haha

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holding till next 10q

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quote:
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picked up some more at 0.045... these dips are starting to get tiring haha

tiring? im lovin it boyz.!!! back up 30%.dang it i wanted more.!!!!we shook out the week ones. [Good Luck]

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haha i meant tiring putting in more orders to eat up shares [Wink] good stuff, lets hope it holds into the weekend

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even if it doesnt hold still havent hit my target hold and price and i know it will because of the YOY GRowth of this company.you can have a set price you want to accumulate and it will fill automatically.mines set at .047c.called a conditional order or a buy limit order for those who are unsure of the terms.

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sweet more shares for me.keep selling folks.

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still accumulating huh? thats what i like to hear [Good Luck]

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yep all day long on every drop.

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wow, a lot of impatient sellers jumping ship it looks like

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Elvis and Ike Live Again in ValCom's Library

Press Release Source: ValCom, Inc. On Thursday June 9, 2011, 9:30 am

CLEARWATER, Fla., June 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ValCom, Inc. (VLCO.PK) announced today that it has started the process of re-mastering its audio library in preparation for a major international release of 4 music albums and a feature film.

In the process of re-mastering the audio library, company representatives have had their first opportunity to listen to rare and unreleased performances of Elvis Presley, The Platters, Ike and Tina Turner, and many others from the early 1960s.

On one master tape, Elvis is featured in a studio session along with the legendary vocal group The Platters. The session was produced by Buck Ram and engineered by Elvis's long-time, personal engineer Bones Howe. It was a joint effort between The Platters, Buck Ram, and Elvis to produce an anniversary album that included renditions of The Great Pretender, Love Me Tender, Only You, Mack the Knife, Don't Be Cruel and The Twist.

The first play-out of the master tapes took place in an undisclosed Atlanta recording studio with ValCom CEO, Vince Vellardita and a team of recording and television industry executives in attendance.

"The quality of the master tapes is pristine! It was an incredible experience to hear performances from these pioneers of rock & roll. This is the first step of many in monetizing our library and bringing revenue and earnings creating shareholder value," stated Vince Vellardita, President and CEO of ValCom.

Also in attendance in Atlanta was Joel Wertman, a music industry veteran who is responsible for generating millions of dollars in music sales and is credited with breaking multiple music artists including No Doubt, The Goo Goo Dolls, and Bush. Wertman has been tapped to work with ValCom in producing a minimum of 4 albums that will be distributed in an output deal with Universal.

ValCom and Wertman will also be collaborating to produce a feature film that tells the true story of The Platters. The 4 albums and feature film are the first of many products that will be developed by ValCom utilizing the vast resources available in its content library.

About ValCom, Inc.

Based in Clearwater, FL, ValCom, Inc. is a diversified, fully integrated, independent entertainment company that has been in operation since 1983. ValCom, Inc., through its operating divisions and subsidiaries, creates and operates full service facilities that accommodate film, television and commercial productions with its four divisions comprised of television and film production, broadcasting (My Family TV Network), distribution, and live theatre. ValCom's client list consists of all of the majors such as MGM, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros, Disney, CBS, Sony, NBC, Phantom of the Opera, HSN, and more. For more information, please visit the company's website at www.valcom.tv

Note About Forward-Looking Statements

With the exception of historical information, this press release may contain forward-looking statements as that are made pursuant to the "safe harbor" provisions as defined within The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (the "PSLRA"). Forward-looking statements may be identified by words including "anticipates," "believes," "intends," "estimates," and similar expressions. In addition, any other statements which contain characterizations of future events or circumstances are forward-looking statements. These statements are based upon management's current expectations as of the date of this press release. Actual results may differ materially from the expectations contained in this press release due to a number of risks and uncertainties relating to our business which are discussed in detail in the Company's periodic filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. ValCom, Inc. does not undertake any responsibility to publicly update any forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date on which any such statement is made or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.

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looking good today, some news came out today as well. Not sure what it means though, sounds like another company is backing them up right?
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ValCom Building Stockpile of Cash to Fuel Company Growth

CLEARWATER, Fla., June 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ValCom, Inc. (VLCO.PK) announced today that subject to the Board of Directors' approval, it will enter into a financing agreement with TRI-PARTNERS, LLC, a New Jersey based company, which has committed to loaning ValCom $600,000.

In recent weeks, ValCom has announced that it will dramatically increase the amount of operating capital available to the company through lines of credit and royalties that are due to the company.

The TRI-PARTNERS, LLC funds will be used to:

Assist in financing the process to transfer ValCom's Library to digital media which is already underway, but will now be expedited.
Assist in funding the collection process of royalties due ValCom from ASCAP and BMI, which will now be greatly enhanced with dedicated funding for this specific expense.

Vince Vellardita, CEO of ValCom, stated, "We welcome the vote of confidence shown by the members of TRI-PARTNERS, LLC. This loan agreement will give ValCom a total of $3.6 million in new financing arrangements. Coupled with the potential collection of unpaid royalties due from ASCAP and BMI of up to an estimated $5 million the company will have sufficient capital available to satisfy both short and long-term goals. With ValCom already showing profits, contracts tied into the use of the ValCom library, and the continued implementation of the business plan, the company is in the right position to succeed and is poised to create further shareholder value. Next on our agenda is a share buy-back program which we now plan to implement, plus we're considering providing a dividend to ValCom shareholders once the company's debt is retired."

A spokesperson for TRI-PARTNERS, Tim Harrington, stated, "My partners, Silvana and Greg Manning, and I are committed to seeing ValCom succeed in its goal to monetize its important library of motion pictures, TV series, and music. To do this without delay the company needs to promptly digitize this Library, which requires significant capital. The library's appraiser has stated that up to $5 million in royalties may be available from ASCAP and BMI. The financing from TRI-PARTNERS will also be used to facilitate collection of these monies due ValCom."

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quote:
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hey capt. why haven't people caught on to the eps and how it is 6 times higher than the price. Do people just think its a fluke?

DID MORE REASEARCHING AND REASON WHY IS ITS NOT REALING EARNINGS ITS JUST VALUATION OF EARNINGS.THAT LIBRARY VALUATION SHOULD OF BEEN KINDA PUT IN THE ASSESTS/LIABILITIES COLUM NOT EARNINGS PER SHARE.STILL WILL HOLD TILL NEXT 10Q.THINK IT WILL BE A MORE REALISTIC EST. [Good Luck] [Good Luck]

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hey what online broker do you guys use? I am using sharebuilder and I think they charge me .007 per share for penny stocks on top of the 9.95 per trade. I just wanted to make sure I am using the best broker for penny stock trading. Thanks
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i use sharebuilder as well and i dont think its the best option for penny stocks for that very reason. but I like it overall so figured it wasnt worth switching over to somewhere else when the bulk of my funds are not in penny stocks (sub-$1)

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Oh I see. All my funds are focused on penny stocks at the moment since I am only a college student trying to learn all this. Do you have any recommendations? I was thinking tradeking or E-trade, but I can't find anything on their websites if they charge extra on penny stocks.
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i used to be on etrade a few years ago. they didnt have that surcharge but it may have changed... you should try posting on the general investing page or start a new thread in one of the penny stock sections and ask

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