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Posted by pennnies on :
 
The bleeding has stopped!!!

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
PBLS -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate


http://www.pbls.biz/

COMPANY INTRODUCTION

Phoenix Associate Land Syndicate, Inc. is a holding company with assets and/or interests in sand & gravel, soil products, land development, oil and natural gas, commodity brokering, plumbing, trucking, contract hauling, construction, swimming pool construction and construction related industries. Its stock is traded publicly on the Pink Sheets Bulletin Board under the symbol: PBLS.

Current Operating Business Units are:

Mining Division
Murphy Sand & Gravel
D.B.I.


Construction Division
Heaslip Construction
Ann Arbor Pools
Great Lakes Pool Plastering
California Plumbing

Trucking Division
Bayou State Trucking

Acquisitions/Business Development
Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources, Inc.
JTW Construction
Burke Pool Construction
Brazilian Land Sale
Log Home Manufacturing


Oil and Gas Division


Brokerage Division


The Phoenix corporate core philosophy is to acquire companies that:
Have unrealized profit potential and are willing and eager to work within the Phoenix "family" to improve their company's performance.

Are motivated and need business guidance and/or financial assistance in order to succeed.

Have owners that wish to divest of a company for retirement and/or other personal reasons.

To properly develop and consistently grow as a holding company, other companies such as those described will be added through continued acquisition. This effort will result in an increase in positive cash flow by tapping the sales potential inherent in the newly acquired companies and their assets. As PBLS moves its growth strategy forward, its gross revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and shareholder value will be driven markedly higher, increasing shareholder value.

Address:
P.O. Box 1358
Covington, LA 70458-1358
USA


Website: http://www.pbls.biz
Phone: 985-863-0801


State of Incorporation: NV


Officers:
Paul Alonzo, CEO


Transfer Agent:
Atlas Stock Transfer Corp., Salt Lake City, UT 84107

Some DD by some great Posters on the board.
WOW! Bond has been busy. BRAVO!


Done update

2005 Net revenues + Assets- $138,840,092.50 / 346,560,260 = .40PPS

2006 Net revenues + Assets- $245,446,360.00 / 346,560,260 = .71PPS

Few key points:

Even with the cash they lay out for recent purchases, it still equates to assets. You can see by the end of this year, book value will be .40PPS.

I will add the link for the DD page, overview page, and the spreadsheet I made to calculate and keep track of the numbers. It's not the fanciest out there, but it gets the job done. You are welcome to open it up & or save it, and play with the numbers. Tab 3 is the show stopper. I must admit I had no proof or reason to even remotely consider a $1.00+ PPS as many have stated. After today, I now have that proof. If anyone sees errors, I have also added my e-mail to all pages. Enjoy fellow Peeblers.

PS-I can almost taste the Lobster & Steak.....

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/overview.html

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/pblsvaluation.xls
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bond006
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posted November 16, 2005 08:42
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These are some of my reasons that I feel that this stock has a huge upside way to go beyound the asset value, which of course is always the solid reason to invest. But there is also another side,which is the method of business and how it unfolds and the factors.

* up to 100 million share buyback just announced
* pre existing government contracts that will be expanded upon as work continues after the Katrina hurricane
* a fast expanding Oil division purchased with cash and restricted preferred shares (holding the float steady)
* a construction division within minutes of thousands of destroyed homes
* due diligence by acquired companies willing to take restricted/preferred shares as payment for their companies (tells you a lot about the prospects of PBLS)
* fast tract plan to be listed on OTC or a larger board
* strong cash flow from each division but especially now the cash cow oil division
* a management experienced in acquisitions willing to negotiate without heavy dilutive effects ... usually cash and preferred/restricted shares


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~ Latest News Releases ~
Acquire Pro-Gas ($190M in Revenues)- http://www.pbls.biz/pr45.htm
Increased Wyoming Oil Reserves - http://www.pbls.biz/pr44.htm
Share repurchase (up to 100 million shares) - http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051109/20051109005582.html?.v=1
New Wyoming Oil Lease - http://www.pbls.biz/pr43.htm
New Kentucky Oil Leases - http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Expanding Headquarters - http://www.pbls.biz/pr41.htm
Closing the Oil deal - http://www.pbls.biz/pr40.htm
Construction Acquisition - http://www.pbls.biz/pr39.htm
Update on Business Operations - http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm

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456 million outstanding shares, per October 2005 call with Mgmt.
Float approx. 159 million

Current Market-cap based of $0.03 PPS = $13.7 million
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Current Book-value estimated by mgmt (Oct.6) = $45 million
Year-end 2005 projected book-value by mgmt (Oct.6) = $60-70 million
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Projected earnings for 2006 of $10 million, per call with company (pre Katrina, pre oil deal)
$10M/ 466M o/s = 2.15 cents per share of earnings
Apply a typical 15X multiple for $0.32 share price
[A growth multiple would be 25X or $0.54 share price]
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For 2006 earnings add in all the Katrina work, plus recent/new acquisitions
Estimate that to be $25 million for 2006 and assume 100M more restricted shares
$25M/566 o/s = 4.4 cents per share of forward looking 2006 earnings
Apply a typical 15X multiple for $0.66 share price
[A growth multiple would be 25X or $1.10 share price]

(this is just me making a somewhat educated guess)
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Murphy Sand & Gravel division (820 acres)-- Reserves estimated at $260 million (more recent company materials also show $300 million, like the Sept. 6, 2005 PR).

February 1997 gave us an estimate of “$260 million based on the lowest prices charged by each of the other mining operations in the area for like products” (source: June 14, 2005 news release)

That evaluation is from almost 9 years ago… based on “lowest prices charged”.

Estimate that the sand and gravel property re-evaluation comes in over $600 million (“at least double” Investor Relations, Mike Mulshine 14/9/2005). With 466 million shares out, that’s over $1.28 per share in sand/gravel reserves.
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Look at this for a plan


PBLS's, Progas Will move Rome's Oil & Gas through USA Pipelines
Nov 15, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE)Binding Letter of Intent to Acquire
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition is Expected to Add $190 Million
in Revenues. The deal, which is expected to close on or before
November 30, 2005.
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm
ProGas purchases and markets natural gas throughout the
eastern United States on both interstate and intrastate pipelines.
ProGas offers Long term or monthly supply crude oil is available
on nearly all the interstate pipelines servicing the Eastern
United States.
http://www.progasinc.com/
Oct 27, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX)
Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing between
5 BBL/Day to 50 BBL/day each, average 26 BBL/day per well,
18 x26 = 468 BBL/day. expected to increase as new wells come on line.
Now Progas Can Move the Oil Through interstate and intrastate pipelines.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
November 3, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX)
New Oil Lease in Wyoming for its Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas Division
The Company has plans to drill a minimum of nine production wells
a possible maximum of 22 wells.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr43.htm
Production easily double with 40 wells averaging 26 barrels a day.
over a 1000 BBL/day, Rome Oil is currently selling its oil at a
PPB of $52-$57. $52,000 a day on just the Oil Business alone.
$18,980,000 in Oil revenue, Progas $190,000,000 in Revenue.
Murphy Sand & Gravel $4 to $8 million per year.
http://www.pbls.biz/msg.htm also http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm
Heaslip Const. revenues will exceed $2,000,000.00 for 2005.
Ann Arbor Pools and Great Lakes Pool Plastering, should
bring in approximately $2,288,000.00 in revenues For 2005.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm Sep 26, 2005 Press release
Bayou State Trucking Revenues for 2005 around $650,000
http://www.pbls.biz/bst.htm , http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


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Draw your own conclusion where future oil and natural gas prices will be:

-Many top oil-producing nations have peaked in oil discoveries and production.
-U.S. discoveries peaked around 1930 and production peaked around 1970.
-U.S. production has decreased by 40% since.
-U.S. production continues to decline despite technological innovation and capital investment.
-Every year since 1981, the oil industry has pumped more oil than it has discovered.
-World discoveries continue to decline despite technological innovation and capital investment.
-The world’s 14 largest fields have an average age of more than 50 years.
-20% of global production comes from the 14 largest fields.
-70% of global production comes from fields more than 30 years old.
-The world’s largest oil field, Saudi Arabia’s ghawar, was discovered in 1948.
-Saudi discoveries peaked in 1948.
-World discoveries peaked in the 1960s.
-The energy cost of oil is the amount of energy required to produce the oil.
-Energy cost includes energy used in exploration, drilling, pumping, transporting and refining.
-The energetically recoverable oil is independent of market price – it is a physical constraint.
-When energy cost exceeds energy yield, production is no longer worthwhile at any price.
-Ultimately recoverable oil is constrained by net energy yield, not market price.
-30-40% of oil is recovered from a typical field at current market prices.
-An unknown percentage of world reserves can be recovered before energy yield turns negative.
-The 1960s discovery peak established the downward trend of the global discovery curve.
-Remaining reserves are estimated by extrapolating the discovery curve.
-Oil production mirrors discovery plus a time lag.
-‘Peak oil’ refers to production ceiling.
-Peaking is different than running out.
-Oil production is limited by the rate of flow, not how much is in the ground.
-The production rate of flow peaks when approximately half of reserves are depleted.
-Estimates of global oil production peak depend on unreliable reserve data.
-Future demand also affects the production peak.
-Absent perfect data, the question is not if but when global oil production will peak.
-Global oil production is projected by some to peak this decade.
-Peak production will only be observable some length of time after it occurs.
-Current global demand is about 82 million barrels per day.
-The International Energy Agency predicts demand of 120 million barrels per day by 2030.
-The IEA prediction assumes a demand growth rate of 1.5% compounded.
-The IEA prediction neglects the depletion rate of existing reserves.
-The Association for the Study of Peak Oil estimates that depletion of existing reserves is 2.4%.
-4% more oil must be produced each year to offset depletion plus demand growth.
-3 million more barrels must be pumped daily by the end of 2005 to offset depletion plus growth.
-22% or 22 million more barrels would be needed daily by 2010.
-167% or 227 million more barrels would be needed daily by 2030 – clearly impossible.
--The above numbers reflect a compounded 4% rate of increase.
-Canada and Venezuela possess vast oilsand reserves.
-Oilsand extraction is an energy intensive mining operation.
-The amount of energetically recoverable oilsands is unknown.
-The mining of oilsands cannot extract oil at the same rate as conventional pumping.
-Oilsand production is presently 1 Mb per day and is projected to reach 2 Mb per day by 2010.
-Increased oilsand mining cannot offset the depletion rates of conventional oil.
-North American natural gas is near peak production and cannot offset declining oil production.
-Natural gas imports are constrained by transport bottlenecks and cannot offset declining oil.
-Hydrogen is an energy carrier that is largely produced from natural gas.
-The U.S. has 100-200 years of coal reserves at current consumption rates.
-Coal presently accounts for 23% of U.S. energy production for electricity.
-Future coal will be required to replace electricity production from declining natural gas.
-Coal can be converted to gas inefficiently – South Africa does this now.
-Coal mining yield and conversion inefficiency cannot offset the depletion rates of oil.
-Oil from shale is a mining operation that cannot offset depletion of conventional oil.
-Solar and wind energy is dilute, intermittent, land-intensive, and can’t be stored on a large scale.
-Biofuel production is constrained by competition with food crops for land.
-It takes 10 years to build a nuclear plant.
-10 years past peak, oil production will have decreased 36% at a 2.4% compounded decline rate.
-Population growth and energy availability are highly correlated.
-It took millions of years for human population to reach 1 billion by 1850.
-It took 150 years for population to reach 6 billion by 2000.
-At the current growth rate of 1.6%, population now increases by 1 billion every 10 years.
-Modern agriculture is heavily subsidized by oil-based pesticides and gas-based fertilizers.
-Modern agriculture is heavily mechanized and dependent on oil for pumping water.
-Organic crop yields are several times smaller than petroleum-subsidized crop yields.
-Post-Soviet cessation of oil supplies to North Korea resulted in severe and continuing famine.
-By the time the problem is recognized, the next generation has been born.


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By: sprtcrdlui1
24 Nov 2005, 09:10 PM EST
Msg. 25895 of 25904
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PBLS * .025, .17 EPS For 2005, .22 EPS for 2006
2005 Revenues
Rome Oil & Gas Co., $1,368,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Murphy Sand & Gravel excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Heaslip Construction excess of $2,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Ann Arbor Pools $2,288,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Bayou State Trucking around $650,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Progas Inc. . $190,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
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$198,618,000.00 in revenues for 2005
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition will Add $190 Million in Revenues
for FY 2005
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8613714

Last of 2005, gross revenues will exceeding $10,000,000.00 profit
exceeding gross revenues where in 2004. $3,000,000.00 30% Profit
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


$59,585,400.00 Profit 2005 / 346,560,260 shres = .17 EPS for 2005
PBLS trading 25 x Earnings is $4.25 PPS
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


2006 revenues $224,388,000
Progas Inc. $190,000,000
Rome Oil and Mid South Oil $12,000,000
Murphy Sand and Gravel Est. $3,500,000 50% growth from 2005
Heaslip Construction Est $3,000,000 50% growth from 2005
Ann Arbor, Great Lakes Pool $3,388,000 50% growth from 2005
Bayou State Trucking $1,000,000 50% growth from 2005

Adding the long term assets:
Murphy Sand and Gravel: In ground reserves $500,000,000.00 Gross
Rome Oil Kentucky: 400,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $20,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Rome Oil Wyoming:13,100,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $655,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm $1,235,750,000.00

2006 Revenue & Assets $1,399,300,000.00 / 346,560,260 = $4.03 PPS

2006 Revenue $224,388,000 / 346,560,260 = .64 pps
2006 Profit $67,301,000 / 346,560,260 = .22 EPS for 2006

30% Profit .22 pps x 25 mutiplier = $5.50 PPS


C
Member


Rate Member posted November 28, 2005 20:56
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more info here:
http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/

I'm in BIG on this...


bond006
Member


Member Rated:
posted November 30, 2005 11:58
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This is a good piece on oil and gas peeking long but worth the read if you are in pbls this could be a good read and then see why paul is taking us thier.


Small growth oil companies are the next big thing:

http://msnbc.msn.com/id/4287300/


C
Member


Rate Member posted December 01, 2005 21:38
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...been at work the past two days, so I've missed out some. From I-hub

Posted by: stushy
In reply to: None Date:12/1/2005 7:50:41 PM
Post #5460 of 5464

Spoke with Mike today...
He stated they are retiring some restricted shares owned by an employee who needs the money this year. This will be part of the 100 million retired and some will be out of the float.

Mike stated they are in the process of retiring the 100 million shares.

Also stated they have a genius for their aquisitions manager who's plan is to pick companies who's owners/management expect to retire out 5 years or more and offer them cash, restricted shares, preferred shares and guarentee minimum cash settlement at end of five years or much more depending on pps of stock.

Plan is minimum dilution, and creative financing with preferred and restricted shares.

We will all know what the O/S is beginning of Feburary. Also, SEC is pushing them to move off of pinkies with this type of revenue so expect a faster move to different exchange.
Also talk of AMEX immediately.
Also expect more major aquisitions soon.
Also 1 billion revenue in three years is target.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'm still holding! Adding on the way down.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Starting to see some buying pressure to come back!

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
This is lil's call so give her credit when this baby takes off!!!

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
I was just making my first post on the other thread that I jumped in and someone could light the fuse and it was closed....is this an omen good or bad;
got in at .0139 hope its up from here [Big Grin]
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by one2watchny:
I was just making my first post on the other thread that I jumped in and someone could light the fuse and it was closed....is this an omen good or bad;
got in at .0139 hope its up from here [Big Grin]

lol... looks to be good...
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
Now that you/we have a new thread I want to hear some pps predictions.....this week,End of year,3 months?
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Geee!! Just by starting YET ANOTHER thread!! Do you think folks might think this is starting to be OVERPUMPED? I added shares last week and will do so again today/tomorrow, just in case yer interested.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Let me check the chart right quick.
 
Posted by will on :
 
I didn't want to lose Bearclaw's funny remark that had everyone laughing their asses off, so :

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Bearclaw
Member


posted December 15, 2005 12:28
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I hate those Premature Especulations,...
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Looks like if we can trade sidewyas or up a few ticks we will see .02+ for the week. End of year I see .03+ without a pr. A pr announcing another deal or audit could blow us up to .12+.

Just depends on how the market feels about this stock.

Very surprised this company trades at under .05
 
Posted by Phoenixx on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by OILDOG:
Geee!! Just by starting YET ANOTHER thread!! Do you think folks might think this is starting to be OVERPUMPED? I added shares last week and will do so again today/tomorrow, just in case yer interested.

Lil suggested that pennies start a new one instead of keeping the "KABOOM!" thread..
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Added more myself, what a bargain [Smile] She goes down more I'm just gonna have to keep buying. Go ahead and sell, make my day.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Phoenixx:
quote:
Originally posted by OILDOG:
Geee!! Just by starting YET ANOTHER thread!! Do you think folks might think this is starting to be OVERPUMPED? I added shares last week and will do so again today/tomorrow, just in case yer interested.

Lil suggested that pennies start a new one instead of keeping the "KABOOM!" thread..
Awh come on.......Stop this. He already started this one and everyone was still posting on the old one. I didn't see his new one and he asked that, that one be close so.......I said.....

"So..........start a new one Pennies"

My GOD!!!!!!!

and will.........Too funny, thanks for bringing it over. One I'll not soon forget
 
Posted by will on :
 
Yea lil, that Bearclaw is a funny guy. I feel bad for him, he's in PLNI and that's being diluted too. I was really surprised to see it trade below .004 today. I'm afraid the same thing is going on here. A PR campaign in conjunction with dilution. They alluded to a share buy back too, had acquisitions too. Pinks! Happens more than we like to see.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Is this the thread that we now using? Well thisis the last sell off imho before we headed north a lot of people including my self thought that progas would take us north.To many weak hands now are dumping we are only a short time away from ungagging the t/a and some more good pr,s tommorow will tell if this is done long and strong and keep the faith. I still think we will be rewarded by the end of the month.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
BOING!

and will. Just got some PLIN for a quickie!
 
Posted by will on :
 
"and will. Just got some PLIN for a quickie!"

I'm thinking about it, but the volume is still too high with a couple of MM's just selling on the ask for weeks now. Might not be over yet. So far, 51M today. Might see lower yet. Really oversold though, (RSI 29).

PBLS, probably will have a techinical bounce off that 25 / 26 RSI, but until SCHB is finished it isn't going anywhere near the prePR price.

IMO
 
Posted by Phoenixx on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
quote:
Originally posted by Phoenixx:
quote:
Originally posted by OILDOG:
Geee!! Just by starting YET ANOTHER thread!! Do you think folks might think this is starting to be OVERPUMPED? I added shares last week and will do so again today/tomorrow, just in case yer interested.

Lil suggested that pennies start a new one instead of keeping the "KABOOM!" thread..
Awh come on.......Stop this. He already started this one and everyone was still posting on the old one. I didn't see his new one and he asked that, that one be close so.......I said.....

"So..........start a new one Pennies"

My GOD!!!!!!!

and will.........Too funny, thanks for bringing it over. One I'll not soon forget

Sorry if I got it wrong there. At any rate, when I wrote the other post, I was defending you/pennies/the new thread, not attacking you guys. [Smile]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Yea, I know phoenixx.......I think we all just have a BRAIN FREEZEEEEEEEE.....Or a least I am having one today!


Good luck buddy!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I think I may just shut down my Computer and not open it agian till Next Monday........LOL
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
I think i'm about with ya there Lil.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
feels like a friday!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Holiday week.......YEK!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We know that this stock is being diluted not as much imho as most investors think . Most of it comes in the form of restricted of preferd stock and I feel that very little has went into the float. Now since the co has put a dollar value,as to my understanding as to a term of 5 years out of a dollar don't you think they would shooting themselves in the foot to dilute the float would not make any sense or give them any credabilty when they are making thier purchases. Just a thought.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Nice thought bond.

I'm Strong........getting a head cold but...STRONG!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Sorry. Guess my idea of humor a little too dry.!!LMAO. Lil, I like your picks (good or not) because YOU post dd,especially the charts, so I can decide for myself whether to play or not.Others do not, and so have little or no value/influence on my decisions. Personally have no problem with bashing if its honest opinion and they can show why they feel that way.Prefect's opinion this is going nowhere doesnt have any value, since PBLS is triple where it was in July when I first got in.Not bad,and I believe its going higher. Personally, I would like to see PBLS consolidate and work on the acquisitions they now have, ramping up profits at PROGAS in particular. Too many irons in the fire can get all the biscuits burned.I'll let it go at that. Obviously I'm more funny to myself than anyone else. [Razz] Gotta get a tube taken out of my face here in half an hour anyway. GLTA
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
sorry double post


[Big Grin]
 
Posted by billymorgan123 on :
 
sorry i havent been following this one,, but it seems to be very low,,,
thinking of getting in and hoping for a bounce,,,

any particular reason why this one dropped so fast ??????

thnx in advance
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by OILDOG:
Sorry. Guess my idea of humor a little too dry.!!LMAO. Lil, I like your picks (good or not) because YOU post dd,especially the charts, so I can decide for myself whether to play or not.Others do not, and so have little or no value/influence on my decisions. Personally have no problem with bashing if its honest opinion and they can show why they feel that way.Prefect's opinion this is going nowhere doesnt have any value, since PBLS is triple where it was in July when I first got in.Not bad,and I believe its going higher. Personally, I would like to see PBLS consolidate and work on the acquisitions they now have, ramping up profits at PROGAS in particular. Too many irons in the fire can get all the biscuits burned.I'll let it go at that. Obviously I'm more funny to myself than anyone else. [Razz] Gotta get a tube taken out of my face here in half an hour anyway. GLTA

Yeah. All (even I) forget that PBLS is much more than this Progas and It is up HUGE since I first posted it at .0033!!!!!!!!!! So WHOOO----F'ing----HOOOO!

LOL!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This going to test our metal tomorrow will tell if we are in for more of this if we are its time to hunker down and hold or panick sell I am going to buy more if this continues tomorrow I got some more today glta
 
Posted by will on :
 
Acquisition PR before the open Thursday 12/15/05.
Open at .0215, High .022.
Volume
-------12/15 21.665M
-------12/16 21.449M
-------12/19 33.5M

3-DAY TOTAL--76.614M

Close 12/19 - .0135, down from .0215 open 12/15, -.008 / -37.2%
 
Posted by Louie_EM1 on :
 
Look for more losses to come shorty.
Hold for next year when the MA 50d .03 makes a curve so we can see a healthy uptrend, until then this is not going to gap.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Does anybody remember the last pr here is the part about share count


CEO, Paul Alonzo commented, "We are confident in our ability to dramatically increase the scale and net income margins for ProGas' business going forward, particularly when coupled with our existing Oil & Gas operations and acquisition targets we are currently considering." He continued, "We are also in the process of getting all the information updated so as to make it available in the public domain so that our shareholders can access up-to-date information on select company data, including all share-related data, through any number of online investor-related resources, including Pheonix's corporate website."

So the transparency is indeed coming... congrats to us longs, rewards cometh in 2006!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
SandGravel called and talked to Mike today this is what he said.


Posted by: sandandgravel
In reply to: hitemp who wrote msg# 7764 Date:12/19/2005 6:35:59 PM
Post #of 7785

Spoke to Mike today.I was told the management approved another billion in A/S but had to take it back because they dont have a majority of shares and they couldnt do an increase on their own.SO IT MEANS THEY TRIED BUT DIDNT GET IT..They will need share holder vote to increase A/S now.I was upset at my take from conversation that the float might be equal to or greater than 500 million.Again Mike is as appraised of going ons as us.Again this is my take from the conversation,so anyone is free to call Mike
 
Posted by will on :
 
Saying they will inform you in a PR means very little, if anything. This is a Pink Sheet Company, they don't have to tell anybody anything. Haven't you seen this show before? Why should you have to wait? What is so difficult and complicated about getting all the information together. They know exactly what this acquisition cost them, and the structure of the deal. Publicly it cost $4.5M, in cash, (probably to raised from sales of shares), restricted stock, and preferred stock. No real breakdown of the "deal". There is potential to hide a lot of shares and $ in preferred stock. What are the terms of those shares?
Here's an example of a deal that included preferred shares. It's just an example and has nothing to do with PBLS It serves as an example of the terms or conversion rate of this given company when issuing preferred shares for payment :

5.1. Right to Convert. The holder of any shares of Series A Preferred Stock shall have the right, at its option at any time after the date of issuance of such share, to convert all or a portion of the Series A Preferred Stock held by such holder into three hundred (300) fully paid, nonassessable shares of Common Stock (the "Conversion Rate").

quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
Dose anybody remember the last pr here is the part about share count


CEO, Paul Alonzo commented, "We are confident in our ability to dramatically increase the scale and net income margins for ProGas' business going forward, particularly when coupled with our existing Oil & Gas operations and acquisition targets we are currently considering." He continued, "We are also in the process of getting all the information updated so as to make it available in the public domain so that our shareholders can access up-to-date information on select company data, including all share-related data, through any number of online investor-related resources, including Pheonix's corporate website."

So the transparency is indeed coming... congrats to us longs, rewards cometh in 2006!


 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Will, You make a very good point and you are right I do not trust them 100%. All I can do is read and post what they say. I am invested in this stock and like a lot of people I look for the positive side of things. I hope they live up to there word. glta Also after today I am not in a great position in it,so I hope it turns around
 
Posted by will on :
 
Looking for the positives and hoping for the best does nothing to change reality. The real story is there has been an aquisition PR'd. Since, there has been 76M, (25.3M/day), shares traded in 3 days in a company that YTD daily average is 6.2M. SCHB is pounding sells at the ask. There has been a 37% decline in the PPS since the PR.

Someone, (a supporter of PBLS), on the other thread calculated there should be 202M shares of dilution to do the deal. He divided up the $4.5 and assigned value to the cash, (in common shares), the restricted shares, and the preferred shares. I think his calculations were done at .02, (which isn't accurate, but give him the benefit of the doubt). There is still another 130M shares to go, and the PPS has fallen 37% already. Where does this all point? Sorry, it doesn't look favorable to me.
 
Posted by jakeo on :
 
they definately over inflated the balloon on this one...
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Will, What is your point and are you a share holder. If you mean that the stock is being diluted I would have to say yes and I think at this point most would agree. I am in it and I have to make the best of it. I hope that the dilution justifies the assets. That all and so far the management says yes it does. If you want my opinion I would at this time wait and see.
 
Posted by will on :
 
I last bought on the 12/15/05 PR and sold about an hour after.

PBLS hit my unusual volume list back in early Sept when the price was about .0033, before the BIG run. I have played it a couple of times. I do not have a position now. One does not have to be a shareholder to have an opinion, or an interest in a stock. I liked the company, but because of what I am seeing now I don't trust it at all.

My point is that the company is not being forthright and forthcoming with facts, and things will probably get worse before they get better.

Please don't take anything I say personal, it isn't meant to redicule you or anyone else. It is just the interpretation of information the way I see it. This is a pink sheet stock, it is not unheard of for companies to not make all the facts available, matter of fact, it should be expected with a pink. I could be 100% wrong, but the preponderance of evidence, and the increasing volume with the decreasing price supports my opinion right now.

I have been around a little while, and am probably a pin-in-the-ass to most people who like a stock in a problematic situation, like we see here. I don't brand it a scam, but it does have some shortcomings that are being exposed right now. I might even purchase this again, who knows? If I do it will be when I think dilution is over and more facts are available.

At least you were kind enough to restrain from calling me a basher. You might go check the PLNI thread, go back to early November, you might find some similarities, between PLNI and PBLS.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Will your opinion is always welcome and you present it well I just like to know who I am talking to to thank you for the post you are obviously speaking with wisdom and experience lol bond
 
Posted by JohnnyRotten on :
 
Numbers

I am the one that posted the 202 million Will.

I used .02 because the price was .022 when the deal hit the wires and fell to an avg of .018 for the following days. I don't know when the dilution started though and you don't either.

I would think it is pretty well done by now.

You cannot figure the actual shares because no one knows which part of it came from cash on hand vs dilution. My 202 million would not be knowable and was theoretical.

Transparency

I was able to figure the 202 million off of what the company revealed, so they were very transparent. It bugs me when people slam a company for hiding stuff when they are open enough for you to figure it out. I would think 202 million would be close to the max.

Future Buying

If the dilution is worth the assets then this dip is actually a good buying opportunity. You will have to read the charts to see when the MM's accumulated shares and at what price, then it will run up. When you get in is a chart readers specialty.

Listen to them.

Long Term

When they start drilling this will go up on speculation. If they hit oil it will hit a dollar because they will be one of the first companies to hit oil in a new field in Nevada. They will be able to buy more because they will know if there is oil and others are just waiting for news.

They can make money with what they have now, but if they hit in Nevada this will be worth a pretty penny.

Where they are at

They bought the property after several tests were done with some new and sophisticated equipment. I looked for the post but couldn't find it, they used new satellite and Microbic techniques. I am not sure which was used but I read about one process that is now 90% accurate. What it told me was the company was furthur along DD wise than most people realize.

I bet they hit oil of some kind. The question is how much and is it economically feasible. Another company hit oil not far from them this year. It is said to be moderate but the company refuses to release results. It isn't unusual to keep such stuff secret for a couple of years, mainly because they will buy more land if it is viable. Sometimes what happens is they swab the drill and test it, even if it isn't a gusher they confirm oil just from the bits used. A swab doesn't tell you amounts. The other companies pr just said a swab revealed oil.
 
Posted by JohnnyRotten on :
 
FXEN

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/050406/fxen8-k.html
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
Will, What is your point and are you a share holder. If you mean that the stock is being diluted I would have to say yes and I think at this point most would agree. I am in it and I have to make the best of it. I hope that the dilution justifies the assets. That all and so far the management says yes it does. If you want my opinion I would at this time wait and see.

bond. I can hear the frustration in your post.
And perhaps all would love to hear the "Pumpers" agree that, yes we have and are witnessing dilution.
And you've said it best here with
"Justifies the assets"
And we are not talking QBID dilution here.

I truely believe it will be justified.
JMO but, going to stick with my gut on this one.
It may come down even more but, I'm gonna' keep adding.
Again, Just the DD locked in my head showing me the bigger picture.
Not going to try and convience anyone to hold or buy more but, Just stating what I'm going to do.

GLTA! I'm HERE! and Staying!
 
Posted by will on :
 
It goes under .01, and I might join you again, lil ??? Send me an email when SCHB backs off the ask for one full day.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
You bet will.
 
Posted by Phoenixx on :
 
Yeah I havent jumped in yet either, but would like to when this dilution is over..sure would be nice to risk at least $100 at .01 or under..
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thank you Will you have helped me to keep an eye open to a [Big Grin] nother possibility [Big Grin]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
To think things over there are some things worse than dilution, like an R/S and another diluting
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good morning bond and all PBLS guy's and gals!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning lil and all the pbls people lets see what happens today
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
SCHB is three down on L2's That's nice to see.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Maybe the start of a new uptrend eh? [Smile]
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
SCHB is three down on L2's That's nice to see.

Looking good baby!~

[Razz]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like we might have bottomed. I hope so it sure has been a lousy trip to the toilet
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yea looks like its getting interesting now..MM's tryin to lower it earlier.
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
KABOOM?!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
hmmmmmmmmm could it be we are ready to move up again???


muhahahaha

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Could we finally have run out of shares?
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
*sits in his chair making bouncing noises*


....oh crap *thud*
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
this baby is starting to sizzle....

[Razz]
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
I hear some day traders getting burned on this bad boy!!!

Sold for a loss and now they have to get back in! lol

[Razz]
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
Just got in [Big Grin] ;see it's up....where was it when we sarted to fly.....and if this only been going for 20 minutes, no news; could there be a leak of news?
Anyone's thoughts.....just a quick bounce.....3 day run?
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Thats what I was wondering too, somebody knows something we dont?
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by one2watchny:
Just got in [Big Grin] ;see it's up....where was it when we sarted to fly.....and if this only been going for 20 minutes, no news; could there be a leak of news?
Anyone's thoughts.....just a quick bounce.....3 day run?

I think something was leaked. This is a big run for no news and no reason.

Could be a great week!

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
We got some serious buyin here folks [Smile]
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by stickfigurefred:
Thats what I was wondering too, somebody knows something we dont?

I really hope so.....just got in yesterday.....could use the extra $$$$ not staying long right now....100% day would be nice
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
if this is big news the sky is limit on this bad boy. Look at the last big run!

[Razz]
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
tried to get in about 20 min ago at 0142 and haven't been able. etrade sux
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bluestater:
tried to get in about 20 min ago at 0142 and haven't been able. etrade sux

for some reason on this stock it takes awhile to get in even above the ask.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yea I was in for that last big run [Smile] When she goes, she goes!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
little MM shake for shares!!!

Don't get played!

[Wink]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yep hold on!
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
I'm strapped In [Wink]
 
Posted by Zygore on :
 
Got in *.0139 yesterday and seeing GREEN!! [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
and back up we go.... lol

fin' MM's!

[Razz]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
LOL gotta love it.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
The management kept its word they took the extra billion away they said it was a mistake by the state and were going to remove it


This is an excellent development...

Action Type: Correction
Document Number: 20050623610-05 # of Pages: 1
File Date: 12/20/2005
Effective Date:
CORRECTION TO WITHDRAW AMENDEDMENT FILED 12/06/05 IN ERROR. FED EX 12/20/05

Previous Stock Value: Par Value Shares: 1,997,000,000

New Stock Value: Par Value Shares: 997,000,000 [Big Grin]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If you want to check this out for your self
Link to Corrected Filing..

You have to Cut/paste it into the URL

https://esos.state.nv.us/SOSServices/AnonymousAccess/CorpSearch/corpActions.aspx?CorpID=178744&CorpName=PHOENIX+ASSOCIATES+LAND+SYNDICATE

How do you like that MM's
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
If you want to check this out for your self
Link to Corrected Filing..

You have to Cut/paste it into the URL

https://esos.state.nv.us/SOSServices/AnonymousAccess/CorpSearch/corpActions.aspx?CorpID=178744&CorpName=PHOENIX+ASSOCIATES+LAND+SYNDICATE

GREAT FIND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Could be why we are runnning!!!!

[Razz]

How do you like that MM's


 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
good stuff, good stuff. (slowly getting excited about the movement)
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
if the MM's have been playing the price with those numbers we could easily see a double in price!!

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
Woo hoo! Been away from the puter all day and feeling better about this now that she's flying back towards my original purchase price!

Looks like holding on to this will pay short term as well as long!

Still in and in a much better mood, too! Lil ---> Luv ya for finding this way back in the .0033 range!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This the worst things could be


Market-cap calculation

997,000,000 O/S X $0.016 PPS = $16 million

Talk about undervalued for a company with 3.5 billion in assets

MM's your going to be swamped pretty soon you bums
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Looks like the MM's are going to bring the price up. Should see a easy double or more.

Correcting the wrong! [Wink]
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
I feel one big gap up coming tomorrow!!!


lol
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
It's always nice to go to lunch and come back to a steady climb.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I need it to keep climbing. Only if it doubles will I even break even.

While we're at it, shall we throw this back up again for discussion? (see if our views have changed) What do you think good targets are for this? How high will this go? Or is it better to take small profits and run?
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
Warped,

I think this would be best to swing all the way up. I mean, there are small diops along the way (and this one was pretty big, but imagine if you had taken you $300 a couple of weeks ago, to come back into a double (or more) over the next couple days?

Some profit, nay: ANY profit is a good trade. Greed will kill anyone who thinks they are going to get rich quick/overnight/etc. Instead, just take your profits on a regular basis and put them aside for other trades OR to buy more of your favorite winning, undervalued, large current profits, huge assetted, possibly future big board (er, ahem - that's PBLS!) on a dip.

JMHO
 
Posted by Phoenixx on :
 
Figures...I havent gotten my DLIA shares and this thing has run today too...cant win.
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
benn trying at different levels all along. once again, etrade sux.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
u have to place your buy a tick above the ask to get in sometimes.
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
i have been
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
etrade sux
 
Posted by Phoenixx on :
 
Are you using All or None flag? If so, try not using it...
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Eye-opener for me. Messing with a/s,diluting, KILLS share value. I hope its a lesson WELL learned by PBLS management. Can't help their acquisition desires to kill their own stock!! Now, let's rock!!! wwwooooffffff!!
 
Posted by Zygore on :
 
Starting to pull back a little is this just another MM shake?
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Another MM shake. Will run to the EOD soon. I think we will see a gap up tomorrow of at least 15% or more. The MM's have been trading this as if we had 2 billion O/S when in fact we only have 1 so they have to correct that and usually do with a a.m. Gap.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Hold on tight peeps, she's got more legs imho.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just got home. Nice to see
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
SCHB moved down to .0195 LOL

Should I e-mail you now will?
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
This baby is going to gap hard tomorrow!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
And thanks Troy for what you said ^^^ there!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Go baby go!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Tee-hee-hee! I love it .019!!!!!!!COME ON!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Look at em tryin to get in, muahahahaha!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
 -
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
we will see a open of .025+

tomorrow
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
I love a good HOD close!
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
whoa! Right on through to .0195+! Rockin!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Congrats to all that stayed in and even bought more when they took us down, the punks!
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
YAY! I'm back seeing green!
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
Still here and lovin it [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yea this thing is gonna rock in the AM, should be pretty exciting.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Great close! Should be fun tomorrow!

Night all!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
What a RIDE! I need a smoke. LOL
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
did they release the OS info in a PR, I dont see it anywhere?
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
That was FUN FUN!!!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
I bet we see another PR [Smile]
 
Posted by will on :
 
You were suppose to email me at .014. It's ok, I just woke up from a nap anyway. Looks a lot better today.

quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
SCHB moved down to .0195 LOL

Should I e-mail you now will?


 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL, Do you think that e-mail would have woke you up will? LOL anyway.....I believe you said Under .01!

And a sweet day indeed.
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
I bought it last week at 0.022 and it scared the hell out of me when it went to 0.013. Does anyone know why the big drop and semi recovery today? Do you believe it will continue in the positive direction for the next couple of days?

also any update on their KY drilling?
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Yeah, I'm still trying to figure out what happened today?

Why did this shoot up like this?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Ok the stock dropped cuz'...........READ LIKE PAGE......2 or 3 of this thread......and The sock rose today cuz.........of............Page 3.

Good luck all!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This is a day that makes me feel good and it shows me that Paul does listen to investors Hope we hear something good tomorrow glta
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
Ok the stock dropped cuz'...........READ LIKE PAGE......2 or 3 of this thread......and The sock rose today cuz.........of............Page 3.

Good luck all!

Yeah, I know...

For some reason, I was thinking of a different stock when I typed my dumb comments in! [Smile]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL WM......It's all good.......See ya' tomorrow!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
This may be a really stupid question...

But when the share count is basically cut in half, is it safe to assume that your shares will probably double in value to equalize?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
did I miss sumpin? This had an afternoon run, yes? Was there also news of "cutting the shares in half?"
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
This is what I was referring to:


Action Type: Correction
Document Number: 20050623610-05 # of Pages: 1
File Date: 12/20/2005
Effective Date:
CORRECTION TO WITHDRAW AMENDEDMENT FILED 12/06/05 IN ERROR. FED EX 12/20/05

Previous Stock Value: Par Value Shares: 1,997,000,000

New Stock Value: Par Value Shares: 997,000,000


https://esos.state.nv.us/SOSServices/AnonymousAccess/CorpSearch/corpActions.aspx?CorpID=178744&CorpName=PHOENIX+ASSOCIATES+LAND+SYNDICATE
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
This may be a really stupid question...

But when the share count is basically cut in half, is it safe to assume that your shares will probably double in value to equalize?

Rule 1: There are no "safe" assumptions in penny land!

Rule 2: See Rule 1!

Normally, no, it doesn't necessarily mean double. It's still about supply and demand and the supply just went down. If demand also goes down, the stock goes nowhere. If demand stays the same or goes up, yes, the stock will also go up. In the case of PBLS, they are way undervalued, so it may be that demand is high.

Also, when the number of shares decrease, the actual par value of the stock increases because there are less shares to split the value of the company amongst.

Finally, remember some basic rules about pennies: Very few are trustworthy, very few have any real value (most of the value in a penny stock is perceived value), investors in pennies tend to hate dilution regardless of actual worth (experience has burned many investors when dilution of pennies occur, so there is often a negative connotation with dilution), I'm sure there are more, but this is a short and basic list of things I've learned over the last year of watching pennies and starting to invest in pennies aprox 8 months ago.

Being as this is an undervalued company to begin with, this type of news *should* push the stock to higher levels again.

I'm sure someone here can post the difference between estimated pps value with 2 billion shares vs. 1 billion shares.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Morning PBLS fans!

Looking hot for today!
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
Indeed! Looking for another nice gain today!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning all hope we go up today if we get a pr that would be nice. At least we know for the time being any way dilution has for the most part stopped and if the company ungaggs the T/A we will always know in the future.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Anybody got L2's on this? Was that a .0195 buy before the bell?
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
looking hot again!

This has to double soon with the O/S being cut in half!

[Razz]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
MM's tryin to panic, hold tight.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bowlegtroy:
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
This may be a really stupid question...

But when the share count is basically cut in half, is it safe to assume that your shares will probably double in value to equalize?

Rule 1: There are no "safe" assumptions in penny land!

Rule 2: See Rule 1!

Normally, no, it doesn't necessarily mean double. It's still about supply and demand and the supply just went down. If demand also goes down, the stock goes nowhere. If demand stays the same or goes up, yes, the stock will also go up. In the case of PBLS, they are way undervalued, so it may be that demand is high.

Also, when the number of shares decrease, the actual par value of the stock increases because there are less shares to split the value of the company amongst.

Finally, remember some basic rules about pennies: Very few are trustworthy, very few have any real value (most of the value in a penny stock is perceived value), investors in pennies tend to hate dilution regardless of actual worth (experience has burned many investors when dilution of pennies occur, so there is often a negative connotation with dilution), I'm sure there are more, but this is a short and basic list of things I've learned over the last year of watching pennies and starting to invest in pennies aprox 8 months ago.

Being as this is an undervalued company to begin with, this type of news *should* push the stock to higher levels again.

I'm sure someone here can post the difference between estimated pps value with 2 billion shares vs. 1 billion shares.

Thanks for the very informative reply!
 
Posted by Zygore on :
 
Time to break the .02 barrier...
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
the MM's are trying to slow this baby down..

lol

They will have to give up soon!

[Wink]
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
anyone have level 2's?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
1x.0185
1x.0181
3x.018


1x.0195
4x.02

Need some pressure here!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
bring up that darn bid and we are gone!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Darn SCHB.
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
awwww c'mon!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
ASKING .0198!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
for real!!!!!! lol this is killin' me!

bring up the damn bid already!!!!!!

We are ready to fly!

[Eek!]
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
.0198.....now the bid has to uptick!
 
Posted by Zygore on :
 
PBLS -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
Com ($0.001)

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For more information on the company, visit their Web site at www.DickensEnergyCider.com.

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets: PBLS - http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=PBLS.PK ) Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate released information regarding its acquisition of ProGas, Inc., previously announced on Thursday, December 15th. Phoenix acquired the Covington, Louisiana-based Energy Services firm for a combination of cash, preferred shares and restricted shares in a transaction valued at approximately $4,500,000. Total purchase consideration consisted of $2.5 Million in-cash payable in installments, 150,000 Preferred Shares(a) and 10 Million restricted common shares at a value of $.05 per share.

ProGas, which also has offices in Houston, Texas, is a full service energy company that provides marketing solutions to Energy producers and consumers, with services including Energy supply management, Natural gas and crude oil marketing, Physical energy transportation (trucks, barges, pipelines), Physical and financial risk management, Administrative and regulatory consulting and a rapidly growing facilities financing division. According to ProGas' audited financial statements, the Company generated net income of $377,325.86 on total gross revenue of $190,353,257.50 for their latest fiscal year ended August 31st 2005.

CEO, Paul Alonzo commented, "We are confident in our ability to dramatically increase the scale and net income margins for ProGas' business going forward, particularly when coupled with our existing Oil & Gas operations and acquisition targets we are currently considering." He continued, "We are also in the process of getting all the information updated so as to make it available in the public domain so that our shareholders can access up-to-date information on select company data, including all share-related data, through any number of online investor-related resources, including Pheonix's corporate website."

Cord Blood America, Inc. (OTCBB: CBAI - http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=CBAI.OB ) Cord Blood America, Inc., the umbilical cord blood stem cell preservation company which is focused on bringing the life saving potential of stem cells to families nationwide, said that the signing by President Bush of The Stem Cell Therapeutic and Research Act of 2005, following recent overwhelmingly approval by Congress, brings the "best kept medical secret" to the forefront in fighting terrible conditions and diseases.

"Umbilical cords are a non-controversial, richly endowed source of stem cells. Currently most hospitals simply throw them away. Thousands of Americans suffer or die needlessly each year because of the unavailability of matching stem cells. Cord Blood America is in the forefront in offering the affordable service to families for the storage of the umbilical cord blood at the time of birth," said Matthew Schissler, Cord Blood America CEO.

Rep. Chris Smith (R -- N.J.), co-sponsor of the legislation, said: "Cord blood stem cells are already treating patients. The New York Blood Center alone has treated thousands of patients with more than 65 diseases, including sickle-cell disease, leukemia and osteoporosis. Cord blood has also been used to treat neurological conditions, debunking the idea that cord blood cells can only treat blood disorders."

"On the contrary," the New Jersey Congressman said, "14 separate studies have shown that adult and cord blood stem cells possess the capability to transform into most tissue types in the body, including nerve cells, heart cells and insulin-secreting cells. This ability to transform offers the potential to yield a cure for spinal cord injuries and diseases including Parkinson's, diabetes and Alzheimer's."

"This recognition by Congress and the President of the importance of saving umbilical cord blood is both heartening and crucial to future successes in saving lives," Mr. Schissler said.

Sungold International Holdings Corp. (OTCBB: SGIHF - http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=SGIHF.OB ) Sungold is in the business of developing entertainment and e-commerce business in Canada, USA and internationally. Sungold has three 100% wholly owned subsidiaries: Horsepower Broadcasting Network (HBN) International Ltd., Racing Unified Network, (R.U.N.) Inc. and SafeSpending Inc. Sungold controls the technology, source codes, trademarks, patents, copyrights and the worldwide title, rights and interest in each of the wholly owned subsidiaries.

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Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Zygore:
PBLS -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate
Com ($0.001)

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DC Brands International, Inc. (Pink Sheets: DCBI - http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=DCBI.PK ) DC Brands International, Inc. markets its Dickens Energy Cider through a growing network of distributors nationwide. The company announced that the recent trip to Florida by the company's President Dick Pearce and their V.P. of Sales Buck Adams was extremely successful. Mr. Adams said: "We met with major beer distributors in Orlando, Palm Beach and Miami. All three meetings went extremely well and all three distributors are now in the contract stage. We will not release names until contracts are signed. However, I will tell you that we expect all three to be finalized mid-January. The exciting thing for us is the fact that these new relationships will give our brand exposure to more than 15,000 new accounts and should generate a minimum of $100,000 a month in revenue for the company by early spring on our original energy drink products alone, plus additional revenue from our new bag-in-the-box and alcoholic products we are releasing." (See previous article "DC Brands Announces new Bag in the box and Alcoholic product.") Additionally, the company's President and CEO was interviewed a few weeks ago by the Wall Street Reporter, the approximate 15 minute audio file is available at www.******************.com and provides a very good idea of the company's history, position and future goals. Once at the home page, look to the right-hand side, scroll down to the OTC section and look for the file marked Dick Pearce CEO DC Brands International.

For more information on the company, visit their Web site at www.DickensEnergyCider.com.

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets: PBLS - http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=PBLS.PK ) Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate released information regarding its acquisition of ProGas, Inc., previously announced on Thursday, December 15th. Phoenix acquired the Covington, Louisiana-based Energy Services firm for a combination of cash, preferred shares and restricted shares in a transaction valued at approximately $4,500,000. Total purchase consideration consisted of $2.5 Million in-cash payable in installments, 150,000 Preferred Shares(a) and 10 Million restricted common shares at a value of $.05 per share.

ProGas, which also has offices in Houston, Texas, is a full service energy company that provides marketing solutions to Energy producers and consumers, with services including Energy supply management, Natural gas and crude oil marketing, Physical energy transportation (trucks, barges, pipelines), Physical and financial risk management, Administrative and regulatory consulting and a rapidly growing facilities financing division. According to ProGas' audited financial statements, the Company generated net income of $377,325.86 on total gross revenue of $190,353,257.50 for their latest fiscal year ended August 31st 2005.

CEO, Paul Alonzo commented, "We are confident in our ability to dramatically increase the scale and net income margins for ProGas' business going forward, particularly when coupled with our existing Oil & Gas operations and acquisition targets we are currently considering." He continued, "We are also in the process of getting all the information updated so as to make it available in the public domain so that our shareholders can access up-to-date information on select company data, including all share-related data, through any number of online investor-related resources, including Pheonix's corporate website."

Cord Blood America, Inc. (OTCBB: CBAI - http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=CBAI.OB ) Cord Blood America, Inc., the umbilical cord blood stem cell preservation company which is focused on bringing the life saving potential of stem cells to families nationwide, said that the signing by President Bush of The Stem Cell Therapeutic and Research Act of 2005, following recent overwhelmingly approval by Congress, brings the "best kept medical secret" to the forefront in fighting terrible conditions and diseases.

"Umbilical cords are a non-controversial, richly endowed source of stem cells. Currently most hospitals simply throw them away. Thousands of Americans suffer or die needlessly each year because of the unavailability of matching stem cells. Cord Blood America is in the forefront in offering the affordable service to families for the storage of the umbilical cord blood at the time of birth," said Matthew Schissler, Cord Blood America CEO.

Rep. Chris Smith (R -- N.J.), co-sponsor of the legislation, said: "Cord blood stem cells are already treating patients. The New York Blood Center alone has treated thousands of patients with more than 65 diseases, including sickle-cell disease, leukemia and osteoporosis. Cord blood has also been used to treat neurological conditions, debunking the idea that cord blood cells can only treat blood disorders."

"On the contrary," the New Jersey Congressman said, "14 separate studies have shown that adult and cord blood stem cells possess the capability to transform into most tissue types in the body, including nerve cells, heart cells and insulin-secreting cells. This ability to transform offers the potential to yield a cure for spinal cord injuries and diseases including Parkinson's, diabetes and Alzheimer's."

"This recognition by Congress and the President of the importance of saving umbilical cord blood is both heartening and crucial to future successes in saving lives," Mr. Schissler said.

Sungold International Holdings Corp. (OTCBB: SGIHF - http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=SGIHF.OB ) Sungold is in the business of developing entertainment and e-commerce business in Canada, USA and internationally. Sungold has three 100% wholly owned subsidiaries: Horsepower Broadcasting Network (HBN) International Ltd., Racing Unified Network, (R.U.N.) Inc. and SafeSpending Inc. Sungold controls the technology, source codes, trademarks, patents, copyrights and the worldwide title, rights and interest in each of the wholly owned subsidiaries.

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yes!!!!

go baby!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Manipulation at its finest here folks.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
looks like the MM's are not agreeing today!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
are they gonna' get your shares?

NOT MINE! LOL
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Not mine.

This baby is still on sale!!!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
NITE is still on .02 so that makes me happy.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Huge support here! Time to load up!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Intra day showing the MACD at the bottom here.
BUY LOW.........LOL
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
5 x .017
2 x .0162

1 x .0181
5 x .02
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Holding support here nice. Good job holding on.

MACD coming together very soon intraday and BB's tightening!

Get em' here!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
up we go baby!!

[Eek!]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
All indicators are NORTH!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
wow look out!!! This baby is ready to blow up!!!!!!!


Dang!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
2x.018

1x.019!

BIG wall at .02 gonna' need some heavy pressure here...If we break that.............OFF TO THE BIG TIME RACES! IMO
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
ASKING .02!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
2x.018

1x.019!

BIG wall at .02 gonna' need some heavy pressure here...If we break that.............OFF TO THE BIG TIME RACES! IMO

oh yeah baby!!!

we will be flying!
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
I'm glad I strapped in yesterday; getting ready to buckle up today..... [Wink]
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
OT: anyone here waiting to re-enter FCDH....had a 3 bagger on that one [Big Grin] ,waiting for a shake; preferably before DIVI date but if not I'll get in after.....anyone have thoughts?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I looked at it this morning NY, Not ready to bounce yet (IMO) even with the news.
Got my eye on it though.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Intra day dipping again. Are you loaded?

LOL
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
gonna' stay down for just a few more minutes.
MACD is slowly going back up!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Looks like a stall..........Early Lunch in the east? NYC traders leaving early due to the walking for their YUMMIES! LOL
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
ROLLER COASTER. Anyone want to borrow a Xanax?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
It's SCHB and NITE head to head......

Who's gonna' win?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
What a ride this baby is....LMAO! CRAZY!

MACD crossing here, What will it do?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
who's on bid? [Eek!]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
SCHB and NITE.........Sweeeet!

Hey Tex Darlin'!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
2 x .017

3 x .019
3 x .02
 
Posted by C on :
 
So I am at work for a week and look what happens to my PLBS..up down and sideways...
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This a post from I hub a person that spent the day at pbls nice read entertaining.


Posted by: treepeople
In reply to: None Date:12/21/2005 12:34:42 PM
Post #of 8117

PBLS site vite post off R-Bull...

By: pbls4ever
21 Dec 2005, 10:02 AM EST
Msg. 29140 of 29210
Jump to msg. #

NEWSFLASH>> Spent the day with Ron & Paul yesterday. They are the real deal. I live but 30 miles from PBLS office.
Paul is a huge man, an ex Louisiana football player. A guy I don't think I would like to mess with. I am over 6' 2" and this guy made me feel small. Paul has a true running back mentality... "Give me the ball and I will get it across the goal even if I have to carry the whole other team on my back".

Paul and Ron have a combined background of over 60 years running and building companies - not public ones however. We talked about the Nevada posting and he said that was a mistake - a miscommunications (yeah I know, this had to be done by their legal crew and that is disturbing). He was very apologetic about the "mistake". This is their first time out running a public company but Paul told me he is learning fast and shared with me he has encountered a LOT of sharks out there while building PBLS over the years.

My sense - both men are honest and have a real desire to build PBLS. Again my sense is this company is all about acquisitions. Give them the cash and they will build it.

I had a heart to heart discussion with Ron about the pitfalls of buying companies because of the potential of not being able to uncover hidden costs in operations because it has been my experience in consulting that companies aren't really good at capturing and identifying the real costs of their operation. But Ron appears to have a lot of confidence in his investigative legal an accounting folks - all contract I believe.

I also visited PROGAS. Meet the CEO and President and I was very impressed. A real high tech operation and they seem to have their finger solidly planted on the pulse of the oil industry.

Both Ron and Paul expressed to me their desire to be on the boards by May 1st. We discussed the reality issues that that they will need to get busy releasing info on all their acquisitions right away if they want to be on the boards by May. They said they are leaving the details to their legal advisors. But fully intend to divulge but they are a little hesitate to let anything out right now and their legal crew has advised them against divulging too much info.

Final point, Ron insured me they don't have to live off their shares to make acquisitions. Their intensions are to have their gravel and oil businesses generate the cash to build their company and all this will be divulged in the spring.

All so heard they were very close on closing a deal to increase their gravel company’s revenues utilizing a very large third party trucking operation.

Their Construction Company is exploding. Their biggest problem and limiting factor in generating revenues is finding and housing construction folks - a problem ALL companies down here seem to be having. If they find an answer here, this could really be a moneymaker.

Last point - They have no intention to increase their outstanding share count and they really expect their shares to hit 35 cents by summer.


Best regards,
Treepeople
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
sirs

pbls4ever sounds like a very level headed, unbiased, spelling champion with no personal stake in the perfomance of this stock.

thank you
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I like that read! Super NICE.

OT: KOSE (MM) on the bid for a while.......

Hmmmmmmmmm. Does he need shares?
LOL
WHY?
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
what is the ask?
 
Posted by will on :
 
.019 - ask
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.019
 
Posted by Enjoys$ on :
 
bid?
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
.0175
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
bid moved .018
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
I'm ready for a nice EOD run,anyone else?
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
there has been very little volume
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
when the bid hits 185 volume will come [Big Grin]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Nobody wants to sell because they know its gonna run.

2 x .018
1 x .0175
1 x .017

2 x .019
1 x .0192
3 x .02
1 x .021
5 x .022
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
nobody's buying yet b/c the uptrend is not confirmed but once we hit.02 watch it come flying in!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
LOL I'm overly ready for a run. LOL Like a month.

Come on PBLS! Run baby!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
I think we are at about the point it took off yesterday with volume after lunch.
 
Posted by Zygore on :
 
This may be a dumb question but I have only been in this stock for 2 days now. Got in at .0139 with 2 grand, and am looking at some nice green. Can someone explain to me why you all think this is gonna run and what made it run back in September?
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Its all good players!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Getting ready bid up to .0185
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
which trading site do y'all use? i am dissatisfied with etrade.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Zygore:
This may be a dumb question but I have only been in this stock for 2 days now. Got in at .0139 with 2 grand, and am looking at some nice green. Can someone explain to me why you all think this is gonna run and what made it run back in September?

NOPE, read the DD.

And Yes, Up for a late day rally!

.0192
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Zygore:
This may be a dumb question but I have only been in this stock for 2 days now. Got in at .0139 with 2 grand, and am looking at some nice green. Can someone explain to me why you all think this is gonna run and what made it run back in September?

I think I explained September's run before (maybe the old thread?). To be more concise about this time: It was a hurricane Katrina play in September.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bluestater:
which trading site do y'all use? i am dissatisfied with etrade.

scottrade
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Printing .0194
 
Posted by Zygore on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bowlegtroy:
quote:
Originally posted by Zygore:
This may be a dumb question but I have only been in this stock for 2 days now. Got in at .0139 with 2 grand, and am looking at some nice green. Can someone explain to me why you all think this is gonna run and what made it run back in September?

I think I explained September's run before (maybe the old thread?). To be more concise about this time: It was a hurricane Katrina play in September.
Yes,Katrina,Louisiana,Energy Sector,Aquisitions... It's all making sense now, Thanks for the quick info...
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
ASKING .0198!

Are they F'ing with us?
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Boy they sure keep it tight dont they.
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
what's the bid?
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Wow small buy at .0198 and it upticked, freaky.
 
Posted by greenman on :
 
Having trouble getting past .0198 looks like.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bowlegtroy:
what's the bid?

.018/.019
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
It does indeed! I was expecting it to break that .02 mark today because of yesterday's info regarding O/S.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We need a very good meaty pr to get some new buying pressure in here
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
NITE and SCHB setting up camp at .0198!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Well disappointing day, but at least it held up somewhat on gains, should have been be so much higher after that correction, mm's must not want it to gain back too quickly. Any other insight?
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
that correction could have been the driving force behind yesterday's rally from 0139 to 0195. there may not be much more bump from that news
 
Posted by one2watchny on :
 
Posted by: stockcmkm on Sunday, November 27, 2005 at 8:03:45 PM

PBLS TRADING AT .025, .17 EPS For 2005, 15 x earnings= $2.55 PPS
PPLS Trading Below Earnings of .17, GOOGLE trades at 50x
earnings. PBLS 50 X .17= $8.50 PPS , 15 X .17 = $2.55 PPS

2005 Revenues
Rome Oil & Gas Co., $1,368,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Murphy Sand & Gravel excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Heaslip Construction excess of $2,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Ann Arbor Pools $2,288,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Bayou State Trucking around $650,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Progas Inc. . $190,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
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$198,618,000.00 in revenues for 2005
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition will Add $190 Million in Revenues
for FY 2005
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8613714


http://www.pbls.biz/pr45.htm


Last of 2005, gross revenues will exceeding $10,000,000.00 profit
exceeding gross revenues where in 2004. $3,000,000.00 30% Profit
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


$59,585,400.00 Profit 2005 / 346,560,260 shres = .17 EPS for 2005
PBLS trading 25 x Earnings is $4.25 PPS
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


2006 revenues $224,388,000
Progas Inc. $190,000,000
Rome Oil and Mid South Oil $12,000,000
Murphy Sand and Gravel Est. $3,500,000 50% growth from 2005
Heaslip Construction Est $3,000,000 50% growth from 2005
Ann Arbor, Great Lakes Pool $3,388,000 50% growth from 2005
Bayou State Trucking $1,000,000 50% growth from 2005

Adding the long term assets: `


``serves $500,000,000.00 Gross
Rome Oil Kentucky: 400,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $20,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Rome Oil Wyoming:13,100,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $655,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm $1,235,750,000.00


2006 Revenue & Assets $1,399,300,000.00 / 346,560,260 = $4.03 PPS


2006 Revenue $224,388,000 / 346,560,260 = .64 pps
2006 Profit $67,301,000 / 346,560,260 = .22 EPS for 2006


30% Profit .22 pps x 25 mutiplier = $5.50 PPS
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Is this gapping up??...???..???..??...???
 
Posted by shomethamoney on :
 
when is the next reporting numbers coming out on these guys? Are they reporting like Nasdaq stocks do now? If not does anyone know when?
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by pennnies:
Is this gapping up??...???..???..??...???

Why...YES! Yes it is!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
muhahaha!!!!!!!


lol
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
ok...one problem: Where's the volume?
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Probably gonna be killer today and tommorow.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bowlegtroy:
ok...one problem: Where's the volume?

Welcome to the holidays.. lol
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Looks like a few peeps still around, tryin to shake the tree.
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by stickfigurefred:
Probably gonna be killer today and tommorow.

I hope you mean killer as in "Woo hoo!!"....
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Oh yea, not referring to a major drop or anything that I'm aware of, mostly volume.

quote:
Originally posted by bowlegtroy:
quote:
Originally posted by stickfigurefred:
Probably gonna be killer today and tommorow.

I hope you mean killer as in "Woo hoo!!"....

 
Posted by JohnnyRotten on :
 
Seems to be stuck at .017. Which way is she going to go?
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
about time!!!

Keep that damn bid closwe! Thats what is killing us. The big spreads they are keeping. No one wants to buy into a big spread.

Keep it close and we will go.

[Razz]
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Just a note for anyone trying to get shares. If you place a buy under the ask you will be the one on the bid getting the better price. Also buying at the bid gives us bid support!*

Buy at the bid
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Looked like a mirror trade of 25k shares there.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
whats with all the buys??????

news out?
 
Posted by JohnnyRotten on :
 
I wonder if there is any news on the 5 or 6 wells they were supposed to drill in 2005.

If they hit earl they could add a few million to the bottom line every year.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
is the paint dry yet
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
I hear ya, been a really dull day.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
hm...........funny stuff going on
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
how do you mean, lil?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We don't even have a basher on the board I guess they don't feel that we are worth it.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
What's the matter with you lamebrains? This is a POS... Lil is a promoter... You can't trust D&D ... come to my web site ( w w w. dyslecix. moc ), I'll show you how to run one 1500% and nobody is a bagholder.

uhhh, lessee . . .

Oh, yeah...your kidz are ugly ... your momma wears Korean Army boots...

(is that enough, bond? think I got a future as a basher? [Big Grin] )
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Tex, what an amateur. Use the CAPS LOCK key!! Sheesh!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
What's the matter with you lamebrains? This is a POS... Lil is a promoter... You can't trust D&D ... come to my web site ( w w w. dyslecix. moc ), I'll show you how to run one 1500% and nobody is a bagholder.

uhhh, lessee . . .

Oh, yeah...your kidz are ugly ... your momma wears Korean Army boots...

(is that enough, bond? think I got a future as a basher? [Big Grin] )

thanks Tex.......Now it feels right
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
[tips hat]

all in a daze work, purdy lady...
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
ok....seriously, is this cuz of a holiday week or what? That news the other day should have sent this SOARING!!! WTF?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Tex for a minuet I was in a daze.

Thanks buddy you lifted my sprits. Speaking of spirts I am not to far away from have a weekend full of them.


Good Morning Lil ,Jelly and Tex and all pbls fans.

HAVE A GREAT CHRISTMAS


HAVE A
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
You too bond! Bring on the wine!!!

Have a great holiday everyone!
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Happy campers over here!

kewl...


Be safe, have fun--count yer blessings...
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
the most boring stock on the board
 
Posted by JOELGA on :
 
For now blue.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Hey all.........Better days are coming.

Merry Christmas!
 
Posted by Lucas Brachish on :
 
Shoulda swung this when I had the chance... now I'm seeing red .... But I suppose red is festive, since it's xmas and all....
 
Posted by Zygore on :
 
Got out at .0168, made some greenage, going to play GZFX throughout the rollout, then its back to PBLS. This stock has huge potential!!
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Merry Christmas to all!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning all I hope everybody had a nice Christmas.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Morning bond and ALL!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Japan to End Release of Strategic Reserves
Tuesday December 27, 7:42 am ET
Japan to End Release of Strategic Oil Reserves to U.S. on Jan. 4, Report Says


TOKYO (AP) -- Japan will end its release of oil reserves to the United States next week, a news report quoted the economy minister as saying Tuesday.
Japan has been shipping oil from its reserves under a plan brokered by the International Energy Agency to temper rising prices after Hurricane Katrina struck U.S. oil refineries.

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"The impact of hurricane damage on the global oil market has been mitigated," Japan's Kyodo News quoted the Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Toshihiro Nikai as telling reporters. "Therefore, we find it appropriate to terminate Japan's oil release on Jan. 4."

The Paris-based IEA announced in September that its 26 members, including Japan, would draw on 2 million barrels a day of oil to help offset the loss of output and refining capacity in the United States caused by Katrina and restore confidence in the market.

Under the release plan, Japan has kept an emergency stockpile equivalent to 67 days of imports over the coming 30-day period. Japan normally keeps a 70-day minimum. The three-day difference is equal to about 10 million barrels.

This is the third time Japan has tapped emergency reserves, after an oil crisis in 1979 and the Gulf War in 1991.

The price of crude is 19 percent below its all-time high of $70.85 on Aug. 30, one day after Hurricane Katrina made landfall.

The price for light, sweet crude for February delivery slipped 82 cents to $57.60 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange in Asian electronic trading midmorning Tuesday in Singapore.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Wait to see oil prices after January 4th when Japan stops selling thier reserves into the market
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Lookin' good baby!!


[Big Grin]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I do have a feeling that january will be the beginning od our coming out. I can feel a whole bunch of pr's comong out it fits the time table that the company has led us to believe. imho
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
most boring stock on the board
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
For some reason you are right bluestater lots going for it and building fast not two many believe I guess we will have our day soon imho
.
 
Posted by smallstuff on :
 
I believe, I believe, I believe...
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
It is boring right now. LOL

Calm before the storm I guess. I can't wait to say "na-na-na-na-nooo-noooo"!

Oh yeah, It's comin' baby!
 
Posted by will on :
 
"na-na-na-na-nooo-noooo"!

You really gonna say that ? LOL
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
You bet yur' sweet A$$ will. ROFL
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
When the pay day comes I'll be saying that with you too!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Somethings up........Oh it's just the.......PPS!
LOL
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
watching this morning .0185x.0195 and looking to move higher...go,go,go...
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by will:
"na-na-na-na-nooo-noooo"!

You really gonna say that ? LOL

Should I say it now?!!!

LOL

SMOKIN!
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
.0195 appears to be the 1st resistance level after that .022, .026
 
Posted by TruthLiesWithin on :
 
Thrilling.

Something is up,,,
 
Posted by will on :
 
Well, seeing that this started at around .0215 or .022 for most, I'd say that, "na-na-na-na-nooo-noooo"!, isn't due for another couple of pennies. It's still just a "nooo-noooo"!, for now.
Hope you can say it soon though!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like buys coming in MMs might have figured they got all the shares they need from the weak hands or they could get. Now they might have to go up to get more . imho We will see
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
How do L2s look?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by will:
Well, seeing that this started at around .0215 or .022 for most, I'd say that, "na-na-na-na-nooo-noooo"!, isn't due for another couple of pennies. It's still just a "nooo-noooo"!, for now.
Hope you can say it soon though!

ROFL......Thanks will!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
1x .0184

2x.0188

Taking a dip here.

Somethings up!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
looks like round 2 is coming up
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Come on big money... lol


[Big Grin]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
YUP, Looking mighty fine!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
volume slowing
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
http://www.rallymonkey.com/video/kenindex.swf

We need to pick up again lets go pbls
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
bond, i finally took a look at the monkey...funny! [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
sirs

if nothing else, at least a run up and fall back aint boring.

thanks
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
It's very sad when a stock rallies and, even at it's high, it still hasn't reached my purchase price. My cost is at .0247.

Sigh.

And just when it's getting closer and closer to break even, people take profit.

How long do you think it'll take for me to break even?
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
babies.. lol

[Razz]
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
pennies

if ya think i'm bad here, you should try playin cards with me; i cry like a little girl stuck at the top of the ferris wheel.

thank you
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Oil jumps over $1 before supply report

Prices climb above $59 a barrel before EIA data, helped by anticipated output cut by OPEC.
December 28, 2005: 11:42 AM EST





NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose more than $1.00 to $59.25 Wednesday as industry analysts forecast that U.S. crude supplies dropped last week.

"Dealers are looking at some of these preliminary forecasts for a draw in crude ahead of the EIAs," said a floor trader.

The federal Energy Information Administration will release oil supply data for the week ending Dec. 23 on Thursday, a day late after the NYMEX was closed on Monday for a holiday.

U.S. prices have fallen almost $4 since mid-December as warmer than usual U.S. weather curtailed heating fuel demand. Some analysts said the drop had now priced in the impact of the more mild temperatures, a week since winter officially began.

"At the start of the winter, they talked about a colder than expected winter; now they're talking about a warmer than expected one," said Sam Tilley, head of research at UK broker Sucden.

"We're not out of the woods with the weather yet."

Prices are up 33 percent since January and have averaged $56.66 a barrel, almost 37 percent more than the 2004 average. Analysts forecast a price of $57.34 for 2006.

Temperatures across most of the United States have been unseasonably high for the past week and are expected to remain so through the weekend, forecasters say.

The Northeast region, the world's biggest heating oil market, will be 6-10 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than usual until Sunday, Meteorlogix said in a forecast Wednesday.

Heating oil demand in the Northeast is expected to be about a quarter less than usual this week, the National Weather Service said.

The Midwest, which uses mainly natural gas for heating, will also be warmer than usual for the next week to 10 days, undermining high-flying natural gas prices.

Natural gas futures, which soared to record highs near $16 per million British thermal units (mmBtu) in mid-December, have since fallen by about a third as a cold snap passes. The front-month contract was trading down 1.6 percent at $10.850 per mmBtu on Wednesday.

U.S. oil stocks
With warmer weather factored in, dealers will next be looking to weekly U.S. oil inventory data for direction. The U.S. government report will be released on Thursday instead of Wednesday due to the Christmas holiday.

U.S. distillate inventories were likely to have been unchanged last week after milder weather reduced consumption, a preliminary Reuters poll of six analysts found.

Crude stocks were expected to have slipped 1.2 million barrels while gasoline inventories dipped 300,000 barrels.

Winter heating fuel stocks in Japan, the world's third-largest consumer, fell again last week as frigid weather enveloped most of the country. Kerosene inventories fell more than 8 percent to about 23.5 million barrels, industry data showed.

Kerosene stocks have fallen by a fifth over the past three weeks but remain well above the end-December average after a warm start to the season helped build a hefty stock buffer.

While crude supply concerns eased this week after Royal Dutch Shell said it had managed to restore most of its production in Nigeria after pipeline attacks a week ago, OPEC looks set to trim output when it meets next month.

Iran viewed a one million barrel per day cut by OPEC a "good figure" when the cartel meets on Jan 31, the country's oil minister said in a newspaper interview on Wednesday.

___________________
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good read Pennies thanks
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bluestater:
pennies

if ya think i'm bad here, you should try playin cards with me; i cry like a little girl stuck at the top of the ferris wheel.

thank you

Now that was funny!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Ahh good to see we are getting some bounce action at least.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Seeing some buying pressure!

Could se a HOD on closed!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
holding up nice. Looks like it is up from here if we don't see a big sell off. Looks like most are holding a long position!

[Razz]
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
i think there is very good support at 017. i don't think you should see much (if any) decline before another push.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
yeah, it was a good day........think something may be up with PBLS, perhaps a good PR coming.?!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
wow looking goodz!

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
WOW! Super close. Like seeing that .0185 ASK!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Morning all. Would love to see the morning begin like the close yesterday............Nice!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning lilpenny and pbls investors.

American Bull reads buy confirmed white candle stick formed yesturday


PBLS

PHOENIX ASSOCIATES LAND SYNDICATE
Daily Commentary


Our system posted a BUY CONFIRMED today. The previous SELL recommendation that was confirmed was made on 12.08.2005 (21) days ago, when the stock price was 0.0232. Since then PBLS has fallen -21.55% .

Were you eager to go long? Well, without doubt, it was the right time to do so. The BUY signal was finally confirmed, and most probably you have called your broker and placed your long orders with no hesitation.

Don't worry if you have missed this buying opportunity. The market may now give you a second chance. You may still find good prices for buying in the next session.

[MOTTO OF THE DAY]
Buying was right in a nice bullish day
Hold your stocks now whatever they say


Data provided by: End of Day Data


BUY
CONFIRMED


0.0182
+0.0017 +10.30%

Candlestick Analysis
Today’s Candlestick Patterns:

Long White Candlestick




Today a Long White Candlestick was formed. This shows that the prices advanced significantly from open to close during the day under strong buying pressure.

For more about this candlestick click here.



Stock Quote
Day's Close 0.0182
Previous Close 0.0165
Previous Open 0.0167
Change +0.0017
% Change +10.30%
Volume 12,658,900
Stock Activity
Day's Open 0.0160
Day's High 0.0200
Day's Low 0.0160
50-Day Close M.A. 0.0253
200-Day Close M.A. 0.0174
65-Day Volume M.A. 9,864,495



Two-Year Signal History
Date Price Signal $100 Became
12.28.05 0.0160 Buy 2,256
12.08.05 0.0232 Sell 2,256
12.05.05 0.0220 Buy 2,139
10.21.05 0.0390 Sell 2,139
10.18.05 0.0320 Buy 1,755
09.16.05 0.0680 Sell 1,755
08.31.05 0.0037 Buy 96
08.22.05 0.0034 Buy 88
08.08.05 0.0052 Sell 88
08.04.05 0.0050 Buy 84
07.11.05 0.0056 Sell 84
06.03.05 0.0070 Buy 105
06.01.05 0.0080 Sell 105
03.28.05 0.0140 Buy 185
02.14.05 0.0080 Sell 185
01.20.05 0.0050 Buy 115
10.11.04 0.0060 Sell 115
06.29.04 0.0052 Buy 100
02.02.04 0.0070 Sell 100
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Anyone know if we are filing this quarter?

Would be a huge gain to get back reporting.

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
here comes .019
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
muhahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
love it, love it!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
bid upticking!!

go baby! go!!

[Eek!]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
What's the big resistance level before breakout?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.024! Is the biggie!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Lots of longs on the other boards are pulling there certs. I for one have never done that.To me if you pull your certs you will be a bag holder with your certs in you hand trying to find a way to sell them.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
dd update by pnew122


http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/dd.html
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
Lots of longs on the other boards are pulling there certs. I for one have never done that.To me if you pull your certs you will be a bag holder with your certs in you hand trying to find a way to sell them.

Yeah, but they're pullin certs to verify ownership in this case. Bet there's a problem with some serious naked shorting of this one i olks are pullin certs now!

That is actually encouraging news: Folks pulling certs could be a sign of naked shorts getting ready to be squeezed by the company re-issuing/persuing action.

I always wondered what happens to those of us that bought those naked shorts but didn't certify them?

For example:
I bought 1,000,000 shares of stock xyz. There are only 1,000,000 shares outstandng and I still see it traded every day (even though I technically own all the stock).

So, I assume I bought a "fake" 1,000,000 shares that were naked shorted by someone.

Ok, now the company decides o take some sort of action to force naked shrots to cover. So they cover. However, there are still the 1,000,000 that I own, plus all the other people certified thier shares (assuming they all certified their shares up to the 1,000,000, but I did NOT).

What happens to the 1,000,000 shares that I purchased (remember that there are still be 2,000,000 total shares out there - 1 mil certified and 1 mil not certified - mine) and the money associated wth the value per share?

Hope this is not too complex for a simple answer like "You're screwed!" or "Don't worry - your broker must pay you fair market value per share because they were involved in a bad transaction".

Anyone know the answer or where I can find the answer?
 
Posted by smallstuff on :
 
bowlegtroy, good question, you got me looking for the answer. You might find this an interesting read...

http:// www. fool.com/news/commentary/2005/commentary05032407.htm

Quoted from the linked article:

"How bad is the problem? Listen to this story: On Feb. 3, a man named Robert Simpson filed a Schedule 13-D with the SEC describing his purchase of 1,158,209 shares of Global Links Corp. (OTCBB: GLKCE), "constituting 100 percent of the issued and outstanding common stock of the Issuer." As described in a story that ran on FinancialWire on March 4, Simpson stuck every single share of the company in his sock drawer -- and then watched as 60 million shares traded hands over the next two days.

In other words, every single outstanding share of the company somehow changed hands nearly 60 times in the course of two days, despite the fact that the company's entire float was located in Simpson's sock drawer. In fact, even as recently as last Friday, 930,872 shares of Global Links still traded hands. If Simpson's claim that he owns all shares is accurate, that is a staggering number of phantom shares being traded around by naked short sellers. "

same article...

"All of this raises an important question: If Reg SHO can pinpoint companies being manipulated, what can it do to stop the abuse? What are the teeth behind the regulation?

Glad you asked. Under the new rules, if shares haven't been delivered for 13 days after the transaction, the broker must buy them back -- with money it presumably would collect from the client who shorted the stock in the first place. So a bad actor can break the law a little bit, but if he breaks it a lot, he has to cover the short -- which he was going to have to do anyway and, since he's been manipulating the price by illegal activity, can probably be done at a bargain price. Now that's showing the bad guys! Moreover, as Sen. Bennett noted, brokers working together could get around even this restriction by passing the transaction among each other, starting the 13-day clock over again. "
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
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Posted by bond006 on :
 
By: partysasquatch
30 Dec 2005, 12:22 AM EST
Msg. 29854 of 29884
Jump to msg. #
The destructive nature of the PBLS naked short has been identified and shown to be manipulation, rather than market making, IMO. Judge for yourselves.

naked short data
month / total vol / short volume / % short

july / 59015400 / 4544186 / 7.700
august / 129837000 / 9997449 / 7.700
september / 615315000 / 47379255 / 7.700
october / 187918400 / 14469717 / 7.700
november / 213669200 / 16452528 / 7.700

The naked short volume is the Regulation SHO data from ********** and the total volume is the sum of the daily volume for the month.

There are exactly 77 shares added to every 1000 shares that trade monthly. This has been happening from at least July 2005. The accuracy of the decimal point is correct and this type of accuracy can only be achieved with computer aid. The possibility of someone making a market exactly with the same accuracy in naked shorting, for 5 months, is over a trillion to 1. The statistics are extremely clear here.

A constant naked short has nothing to do with the liquidity of a stock to make a market. It is a straight addition to the float and not used to help complete orders. This is definitely manipulation, IMO. What do you guys think?

Party
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
By: partysasquatch
30 Dec 2005, 12:27 AM EST
Msg. 29855 of 29885
Jump to msg. #
By the way, I have forwarded this information to the SEC in a complaint that alleges a violation of Securities laws.

Who wants to try and guess there will be a buy-in soon and which date it will begin?

Party
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If this true and a buyin buy mm's takes place, as the mm's cover there will be a spike be ready don't fall for pulling your certs you won't be able to sell in time imho.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
well well well..what do we have a here? a run?
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
Something woke up!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL, I'd Say..........MOVIN'!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Nice.

Hey everyone, just a thought... never traded at the end of the year... and on a Friday at that.

Do you think that there will be major profit taking before the bell? I mean, I would think that profit is that last thing people want on the last Friday of the year.

Thoughts?
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
In penny stocks. Profit is profit. I would rather pay taxes than watch it go red.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I still have to cross .0247 to break even... let's hope it goest that high today.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Very simple all the complaints to the sec and buyins shows proof of nss since July some very smart people made complaints and now the mm's have stopped. Until they can find a butcher shop that will sell them some more guts. imho
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Think you are right bond.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
Nice.

Hey everyone, just a thought... never traded at the end of the year... and on a Friday at that.

Do you think that there will be major profit taking before the bell? I mean, I would think that profit is that last thing people want on the last Friday of the year.

Thoughts?

Any thoughts? I'm just curious if you more experienced ones have notices any traditional trend on the last Friday of the year.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
All I know is that it is time for this puppy to run and hard!

No one will be selling this. We are not even close to what we shopuld be trading at!!!

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Usually a slow day..........
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
here is a good simple and informative site on nss worth the read if you are in pennies look indside the site for some graphs.

http://www.ncans.net/faq.htm


[Big Grin]
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Warped? Right thread? MOTG?
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Sorry Jelly... wrong thread.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Where Bond?

LOL I love you man!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
sorry I fixed it.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I guess I am to old to be in the information age I have to keep repairing my posts lol Jelly
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
posted 30-12-2005 12:29
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here is a good simple and informative site on nss worth the read if you are in pennies look indside the site for some graphs.

http://www.ncans.net/faq.htm
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Oil prices to remain high

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20051230/ap_on_bi_ge/oil_prices_56
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This is an old radio interview with Paul Alonzo but he tells you how they do things


http://microcapalliance.com/stations/default.asp?sid=7
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I love it bond..please don't change. Good info!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Holy GYNORMOUS buy batman. 1100000. That's $22550
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
Holy GYNORMOUS buy batman. 1100000. That's $22550

damn right!!! this baby is just starting!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
HOD on the way!!


[Eek!]
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
look at the b/a

somethings up..something good I'm thinking. I may wet myself before day end.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Come on baby. Run!!!!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
**** look at it go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


[Eek!]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
SWEEEEET!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
is it just me and you pennies? This is nuts. Here comes resistance.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
is it just me and you pennies? This is nuts. Here comes resistance.

bring it on! lol something big is about to drop!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
MACD rounding the top. Hold on.........May shake here.
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
what do the l2's look like?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
2 each

.0215
.0222
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Weeee! Fun fun! Finally green!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Hey will.........


"na-na-na-na-nooo-nooo"!

Love it!

Good for all that held on through the BS!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Great way to bring on the new year!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
MACD intraday at the bottom. Time to pick some up here cuz' it's gonna' go back up.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
ok going back up.........Hold on
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Here she goes guys. Arms up. We gotta bang down and through .024
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
OOOooooooooo, I hope you all just caught that dip.
Something is definately in the pipes on this....

I think this deserves this............


 -
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Where's the rally monkey? I love that thing..ohhh BOND....where are you??? Don't miss the party, come out and play!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
here it goes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

[Eek!]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Gotta love it, PBLS and IDTA runnin [Smile] Happy frickin New Year baby!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
rally time


http://www.rallymonkey.com/video/kenindex.swf
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Yeah fred, Got IDTA, PBLS and PPTI........Happy New Year is RIGHT!!!!!!!!

Rally Monkey!
 
Posted by will on :
 
Geeeez, what's all the excitement, I thought something was running.

LOL
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Oh YEAH Sunshine is back!
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
will

most boring stock on the board.

thanks
 
Posted by will on :
 
Just teasing you guys. Good to see it came back. Just watch SCHB come Tuesday.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Will you post and the stock falls down hard. I love ya, but no more posting! LOL

Macd way down guys..looking for it to go back up. Hopefully just a shake. But it's still down.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
yup, it's dipping but..........GREEEEN and lots of buying, AND BIG ONES. Something's up.

HOLD ON!
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
164590 looks like all cash available for somebody expecting a tuesday gap.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
That Macd just turned up at the bell. Tuesday should be good.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I think that this is our Rome oil that just hit a new well some place. Most likly get a pr next week.

A HREF="http://www.columbiamagazine.com/modules
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
http://columbiamagazine.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=12904


This should work better
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
That was us new well blowing it in look for pr next week and update on rome oil


Mr. John Barksdale, the seller of those companies, will run this division for Phoenix. Mr. Barksdale has over thirty (30) years of oil and gas experience and has drilling experience all over the United States.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr40.htm

The leaseholder, John H. Barksdale, President of Rome Oil Co. of Lexington, KY, wouldn't estimate what production would be when the well is put on pump next week, after the Christmas holidays. Mr. Barksdale said he was please with what he has seen so far.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
HOLY SMOKIN' OIL BONDMAN!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Hey Bond, are you the least bit excited? I don't even see an exclamation mark or a woo hoo. Nothing! Come on baby, give me something. I want to know how you feel!!!

Damn good job Bond. Nice find...!!!!!!
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by smallstuff:
bowlegtroy, good question, you got me looking for the answer. You might find this an interesting read...

http:// www. fool.com/news/commentary/2005/commentary05032407.htm

Quoted from the linked article:

"How bad is the problem? Listen to this story: On Feb. 3, a man named Robert Simpson filed a Schedule 13-D with the SEC describing his purchase of 1,158,209 shares of Global Links Corp. (OTCBB: GLKCE), "constituting 100 percent of the issued and outstanding common stock of the Issuer." As described in a story that ran on FinancialWire on March 4, Simpson stuck every single share of the company in his sock drawer -- and then watched as 60 million shares traded hands over the next two days.

In other words, every single outstanding share of the company somehow changed hands nearly 60 times in the course of two days, despite the fact that the company's entire float was located in Simpson's sock drawer. In fact, even as recently as last Friday, 930,872 shares of Global Links still traded hands. If Simpson's claim that he owns all shares is accurate, that is a staggering number of phantom shares being traded around by naked short sellers. "

same article...

"All of this raises an important question: If Reg SHO can pinpoint companies being manipulated, what can it do to stop the abuse? What are the teeth behind the regulation?

Glad you asked. Under the new rules, if shares haven't been delivered for 13 days after the transaction, the broker must buy them back -- with money it presumably would collect from the client who shorted the stock in the first place. So a bad actor can break the law a little bit, but if he breaks it a lot, he has to cover the short -- which he was going to have to do anyway and, since he's been manipulating the price by illegal activity, can probably be done at a bargain price. Now that's showing the bad guys! Moreover, as Sen. Bennett noted, brokers working together could get around even this restriction by passing the transaction among each other, starting the 13-day clock over again. "

Yeah, I read that article, too, but that doesn't really answer my question. Remember, since "the company's entire float was located in Simpson's sock drawer", and I own another 1 million shares (I didn't sell or certify mine), what happens to my shares/money when a re-issue takes place?

Anyone have an answer or more dd that Icannot seem to find?
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
Hey Bond, are you the least bit excited? I don't even see an exclamation mark or a woo hoo. Nothing! Come on baby, give me something. I want to know how you feel!!!

Damn good job Bond. Nice find...!!!!!!

I'm excited:

WOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I am excited and next week I will be more excited when the news hit. And I will tell you something we are one of the few penny's that has actually hit oil amep has not drilled yet omog dry hole we should be cranking and I think we will be !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!oil oil oil
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
http://www.rallymonkey.com/video/kenindex.swf
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Bond, I think you rock, I really do. But you crack me up! With the way your posts read, you seem so very "matter of fact". No thrill. Even after my last post you wrote. Yeah I'm excited woo hoo!

honestly, You've worked your ass off on this stock. You've done damn good. You deserve a bif exclamation mark in my book!

Thanks for the rally monkey, you're the bomb.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Thanks Bond, I copied your link to other sites, you da man!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Pbls imho is one of the best pinks to hit the board if you think that this stock is going to stay at .02 forever I highly suggest that any body that wants to know somthing about this stock read this history of pbls on this site it may be the best 20 minutes of your life as far as your financial furture is cocerned IMHO. pnew122 spent hours constucting this it has every thing from pr's on all the different divisions,conversations with management and future plans a wealth of information .
[Eek!] [Eek!]

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/dd.html

Also pbls is actually striking oil instead of coming up with with excuses to share holders this is just one of the many drill sites they have on schedual for 2006. They are what they say. IMHO check this site out a a gusher 35 foot spray [Big Grin] This was just hit before Christmas


http://columbiamagazine.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=12904
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
My goodness bond.......I have to stop reading this until tuesday. I'm never going to sleep.

Beautiful, Just beautiful!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
HAPPY NEW YEAR LILPENNY AND JELLY AND ALL THE REST OF PBLS INVESTOR'S I WILL SEE ALL OF YOU LATER HAVE TO GET READY FOR CHURCH LOVE ALL OF YOU.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I had dreams about PBLS all freaking night. LMAO! Is it Tuesday yet? I hope I have time to load more up into my account.

Happy New you Bond! Say a prayer for me at Church! Lord knows I need it!
 
Posted by JoeTrader on :
 
What are you guys looking to Sell at?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Joe I haven't an exit plan right now. I do intend to sell half of what I have at some time and play free shares. lol
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Looking to sell? NEVER, such blashpemy. lol

I am actually in bond006s book. The upside potential is not related to a chart so an exit point is difficult. I am honestly looking for dollars from PBLS in the next few years. Who knows it may not take that long, could even be this year. I know your probably saying yeah yeah I've heard that before but actually the stock should be valued at around .50 IMO. Check out the post from bond006 and look at some of the figures and you will see why one can easily see this stock trading at a dollar(s). I plan to hold PBLS for years of course thats after I sell a little to get initial investment back.

Happy new year everyone. Now I must head to church also.
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Lil,

Happy new year! Hope to hear from you on the PBLS thread. Bought some more at the end of '05, and now I am averaged at 0.023...so any little bump would finally put me in the green. What are your outlooks for 2006...sectors, stocks. I value your opinions, thoughts and insights.

Sharkone
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Hey shark looks like 2006 will be beter for the Market.........Not shy to say I bid a Long awaited farewell to 2005........

Flat lining...........never got our sweet rally.

Looking forward to it come Jan, feb and MARCH!!!!

I'm lovin the gold, oil and gas plays! Hit em', you'll do FINE!!!!!!

Hey Jelly, had a dream PBLS hit .75 tomorrow.

Had to get up and change my SHEETS!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
up.........Morning all!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Morning Lil,

Good morning to you also. Thanks for the encouraging words for 2006. What are some natural gas plays you know of? I hope it will be a nice cold winter, and have some nice natural gas plays. Howsit in Jerzeeee? At the moment it is 75 degrees, and sunny.

Shark
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
It's cold here and snowing!

I'm looking into a few, I'll PM ya' with my findings.
Keeping PBLS on top of the list along with IDTA right now.
Keep your eye on PEG, coming down.......
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning Lil, Jelly, and Shark plus every body else. This should be an interesting two weeks of trading. glta
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Morning bond006.
Lets have some fun..

Shark
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I am all for fun I hope some good green fun it is time the baby start to rock
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Press Release Source: Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate


Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Settles Long-Disputed Notes
Tuesday January 3, 10:03 am ET


COVINGTON, LA--(MARKET WIRE)--Jan 3, 2006 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Other OTC:PBLS.PK - News) announced today that it has favorably settled a longstanding promissory note dispute that has been carried on Phoenix books as a disputed contingent liability for years. The settled notes were related to capital raised, in a partial funding, in the late 1990s for the purpose of developing its Murphy Sand & Gravel operations. According to the terms of the settlement agreement, Phoenix has paid Capital Growth Resources and Capital Growth Protection, Inc. a total of approximately $557,000 in cash and approximately 11,824,000 shares of Restricted Common stock to settle disputed claims on $2,350,000 (approximately $8,000,000 total savings with estimated interest) of outstanding promissory notes issued in connection with the aforementioned raised capital.
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CEO of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, Paul Alonzo, stated, "We are delighted to have reached an agreement to remove a significant although disputed contingent liability from the Company's books. While the Company disputed the validity of these promissory notes for a number of years, we acted quickly when presented with the opportunity to bring closure to the issue. The settlement terms will help the company and its shareholders realize a net savings benefit of an estimated $8,000,000 plus over the face value of the notes." He continued, "We continue to address potential business and operational hurdles like this while focusing on building our core businesses, both organically and through acquisitions, in order to build Phoenix into a world-class enterprise the shareholders can be proud of."

About Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses. Current company assets include oil leasehold and drilling operations, sand and gravel quarry and mining operations, a contract hauling trucking fleet, diversified construction operations and land-development leaseholds. The Company is experiencing significant organic growth in each of these businesses and is aggressively acquiring synergistic businesses in order to rapidly build capacity.

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This press release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate and members of its management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.


Contact:
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, go to the Company's website at:
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Posted by bond006 on :
 
Cleaning up the books I love it must be getting ready to apply for otcbb this quarter like they said
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Looks promising.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I'm ready to hold onto my seat. Next two weeks should be interesting indeed.

Morning bond and Lil, hey Shark!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Very nice news. If nothing else, this will definitely help the next quarterly.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Hey Jelly gurl!

I agree bond. They're cleaning house for somethin'

I like it!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like Capital Growth Resources and Capital Growth Protection even took restricted common shares as part of there settlement. Even there debtors that are in dispute with pbls believe in the furture of this company. Amazing now just if the investing public will.glta
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Hello to you Jelly...ready for the PBLS ride...waiting with baited breath.

Shark
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
what site do y'all use for real time l2 info on otb and pinks?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
What do the last two sentences say about this great move about pbls and why is this so important? This was necessary to start the buy back and to move to fully reporting.


Mr. Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix, stated, "This initiative signifies the Company's commitment and unwavering focus to maximizing shareholder value. To date, we have been extremely reserved in share issuances and are now in the cash position to reward shareholders by actively repurchasing outstanding common stock to further propel the company's underlying fundamentals." He continued, "It is our plan to complete this stock repurchase in conjunction with the ongoing initiatives in place to facilitate fully-reporting status and an eventual exchange migration. We anticipate that we will be able to complete both initiatives by the end of the second quarter of next year."


That says it all go pbls go
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
AHH! Damn you Ameritrade. Is anyone else using Ameritrade and not getting any stats?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Market Gainer just put pbls on its 30 day watch list


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Posted by bluestater on :
 
sirs

i really like the way this is smoothly trending.

thanks
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
Nice to be back after a nice long relaxing vacation. This is great news indeed. We should see a great year out of PBLS. Happy New Year everyone.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
You know what? I was thinking there would be a sell off at this price, from all that got in at .024 last time.

But..........You know what? Peeps are buying.
I think all of the sellers jumped ship a while ago.

Me thinks we go UP!

And by the way........SCHB and NITE are parked at .024!
SCHWWWWWWWWEEEEEEEEEEEET!

HOD and going nice!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Intraday chart is coming down a bit, but I bet it goes right back up. Loving schb and nite down there!! Toot toot!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
ALL hits at the ASK.........Nice and slow.....Like a shaken Pepsi..........

Once this breaks resistance at .024, there will be no stopping it........Everyone is waiting for that resistance to go.......

I'm just too excited about PBLS........WAY UNDERVALUED!


toot-toot Jelly!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Printing .024.....GOOOOOOOOOOO!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
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Posted by Jelly on :
 
the chart is looking pretty sweet. Hold on boys and girls! If you get wet, I apologize! LOL I'm just excited!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
http://www.rallymonkey.com/video/kenindex.swf
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Bond, you know the way to my heart. Thanks babe!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Anytime I think we will break resistance today
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Nite popped down to .0245! Woo Hoo!

Intraday chart is moving back up!!!!! Here we go!

Arms up!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Ahhh greeen!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
intraday taking a dip. This is the time to get it if you want it.............
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
oh WILL??? of WILL???? No posting sunshine!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
lol Jelly...............
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
MM's might try one more head fake today
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Woohooo!

My cost basis is at .0247, so I have a little further to go... but this is great! I might actually break even today! What's the next major resistance now after .24?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.026 and .027 next resistance.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Today looks like a market acceptance day like we are finally being thought of as something real. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
thx, lil.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Ok all sellers Please exit here.......cuz' once you are gone........We are movin' out!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Oil prices were up today with that info all we need is a good oil related pr


Oil Prices Climb on Speculative Buying
Tuesday January 3, 3:41 pm ET
Oil Prices Jump by More Than $2 Per Barrel on Speculative Buying to Settle at $63


WASHINGTON (AP) -- Oil futures jumped by more than $2 a barrel Tuesday to settle at their highest level since mid-October. Traders said speculative buying was the main force behind the rally.
Other bullish factors in the mix included cold rain and snow in the U.S. Northeast, a natural gas dispute between Russia and Ukraine that unnerved Europe, and a declaration from a top Iranian official that Tehran will resume research into nuclear fuel production, a comment that raised concerns about the country's nuclear weapons ambitions.

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"There's a tremendous amount of speculative money going into energy futures," said James Cordier, president of Liberty Trading Group in Tampa, Fla.

Cordier said hedge funds and other investors looking for better returns than U.S. stock markets have delivered in the past year are piling into energy futures, creating unusually high demand for crude oil, gasoline and heating oil contracts.

Oil futures finished 40 percent higher than they started in 2005, reaching a peak of $70.85 per barrel on Aug. 30 after Hurricane Katrina damaged Gulf of Mexico production platforms.

Many analysts believe the average price of oil will be below $60 in 2006, but not by much as U.S. and Chinese economic growth continues and OPEC members eye a production cut.

Light sweet crude oil for February delivery rose $2.10, or 3 percent, to settle at $63.14 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It was the highest close since Oct. 18, when front-month crude futures settled at $63.20.

February heating oil futures gained 2.66 cents to settle at $1.7964 a gallon, while February gasoline was up 2.31 cents at $1.7505 a gallon.

Oil analyst Tim Evans of IFR Energy Services said in a research note that some of Tuesday's buying may have been tied to expectations that the Energy Department's next weekly petroleum supply report will show a sharp decline in crude oil inventories.

"Current chilly temperatures in the Northeast U.S. also helped boost prices, although these are not expected to last," Evans wrote.

Nymex-traded energy futures have seesawed in recent weeks depending on the weather, with cold fronts prompting higher prices on expectations of extra demand for home-heating fuels.

A half-foot of snow or more fell in parts of New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts on Tuesday, but a warm front moved through the Midwest, the largest natural gas-consuming market in the U.S.

As a result, February natural gas futures fell 59.9 cents to $10.626 per 1,000 cubic feet, continuing a recent downtrend after a brief December spike above $15.

Analysts said Russian state-controlled natural gas monopoly OAO Gazprom's efforts to restore gas flows through Ukraine -- following Sunday's cutoff -- helped ease upward pressure on natural-gas prices.

Of course, broader concerns about Russia's reliability as an energy supplier may have fed the rise in petroleum prices.

Gazprom halted deliveries to Ukraine on Sunday because Kiev had refused to meet its demands for a fourfold price increase. About one-quarter of Europe's gas comes from Russia, and the standoff raised fears of serious gas shortages as Europe suffers through a particularly cold winter.

On Tuesday, European buyers of Gazprom's natural gas said they had started receiving full supplies after the Russian monopoly increased shipments through Ukraine.


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Posted by pennnies on :
 
Looking good boyz and girls!!!!!!!!!!!


[Big Grin]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.025!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Attention. Attention.

I have finally broke even!!! (and I was at resistance!)

Woo hooooo!!!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Nice, we're holding steady at the HOD above resistance. I think this is a real break.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Look at this the Army Corps. of Engineers has 5 month of time before the next hurricane season to fix 170 miles of levees. And who has the closest sand and gravel pit with the trucks to deliver.

http://www.nola.com/news/t-p/frontpage/index.ssf?/base/news-4/1136101328176420.xml
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
SWEEEEEEEET bond!

ASK back at .026!
 
Posted by smoky on :
 
Congrats to those who had nerves of steel to hold through the dip a couple weeks ago!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like this is going to be the last shot at bargin basement prices before the lock the doors. Some good pr's which I don't think will be far off and its up up and away. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
I'M IN THE GREEN! It was a nail biting time there for a while but I'm in the green.

Hello Lil, bond, jelly and all those who stuck it out!

Shark
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Afternoon everyone. Green here too! About time, right? I'm ready!

Good stuff Bond. Your DD is rocking my house!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'd say bond. It's been a while......
Sure they have been making huge progress in all divisions and will have a nice juicy steak for all of us soon!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
That a big roger over
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
try as ye might..............there's no keepin her down.

up
up
up
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
I'm glad to see it finally break .025! Keep it coming!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
if we close up today we will get good reports tommorow and that will attract more eyes upon us. And that is what we need some new investor's to come in
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
A slow and stesdy rise. Just chewing it way up and waiting for a reason to blast off come on pbls give a pr that will knock our socks off.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
still holding!!

ya ain't seen nothing yet!
 
Posted by trader_adam on :
 
We might see a gapper tomorrow!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Slow and steady show goes I'd love to see a good PR tomorrow. You're right on Bond baby!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
another good post by a person on the job at New Orleans


Posted by: feferrel
In reply to: None Date:1/4/2006 1:17:15 PM
Post #of 8780

I work for the Corps as a park ranger, but this email came out nation wide, thought some you would find the numbers interesting

WEEKLY FOCUS: Task Force Guardian
Task Force Guardian has been assigned the mission to repair and restore the New Orleans area hurricane protection system to its authorized level of protection by June 2006, the beginning of next year’s hurricane season.

Task Force Guardian is made up of more than 130 engineers, scientists and support personnel. With a very few exceptions, these team members are New Orleans District personnel who were themselves displaced by the hurricane. They are working seven days a week to repair the levees, floodwalls, pump stations, and other structures that comprise the hurricane protection system in southeast Louisiana. They are dedicated to their mission and determined to succeed. Here are some facts about the task force:
 Guardian personnel are assessing approximately 300 miles of hurricane protection, including 169 miles of damaged levees, floodwalls, and structures, as well as 34 pump stations. It will take an estimated 3.1 million cubic yards of fill material just to repair the levee systems.
 This is being accomplished through emergency contract procurement, maximal use of small businesses and local contractors, close coordination with stakeholders, concurrent construction, and designated project managers for each of the five reconstruction areas in New Orleans and the surrounding parishes.
 To date, 37 contracts have been awarded with an estimated value of $317 million. More than 91 percent of awarded contracts have gone to Louisiana businesses, helping boost an economy devastated by the hurricane.
 Contractors, under the supervision of New Orleans District personnel, have begun repairs to levees and floodwalls on most of the 50+ projects in the area.
 Levee systems have been brought up to an interim level of 10 feet throughout the hurricane protection system to protect New Orleans and surrounding parishes during the rainy season, which began 1 December.

Other progress includes:
 A 455-foot breach occurred at the 17th Street Canal on the Orleans East Bank during Katrina and an emergency berm was constructed to close the breach. A temporary sheet pile wall has now been constructed in the canal to prevent seepage into the surrounding neighborhood while permanent repairs are made at the site. The sheet pile is 65 feet long and has been driven to an elevation of 51 feet below mean sea level and 14 feet above. In addition, 18,000 tons of rip rap have been placed in the canal to prevent scour and to support the floodwalls on either side of the canal. A total of 34,000 tons will be required to complete the project.
 At the Industrial Canal in the Lower 9th Ward, contractors have demolished approximately 480 linear feet of an estimated 2,700 linear feet of I-wall and have begun cutting and removing sections of the failed sheet pilings near the northern breach area.
 Last month, Guardian personnel pulled several sheet piles at the 17th Street Canal breach and found that they all met design specifications.
 At the Industrial Canal in the Benefit Street area, approximately 450 feet out of 1,328 feet of I-wall has been demolished.
 In Plaquemines Parish, crews from the New Orleans and Memphis Districts have completed levee repairs on a 10-mile stretch of levee from Fort Jackson to Venice.
 
Posted by trader_adam on :
 
bid is kissing the ask now! Rally time!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
oooooooooooooo............I'm a happy gurl!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
This is awesome. What's the next resistance after .027?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.0285 and .03 but, they are very old!

Mental resistance at .03
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Thx, lil. It helps alot.
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
i put in an order at .026 5-10 minutes ago and it hasn't filled yet. Seems like it's frozen right now. Volume not changing, and not allowing orders to go through.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
 -

Does the beginning of this run look a little like another we had on the chart a few months ago to anyone else.
Tee-Hee-Hee!

I'm so PUMPED!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
lookin' good!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Lil and pals,

Pardon my ignorance again, but how do you find the resistances for a certain stock?

Will this close above 0.027 this evening?

Thanks,
Shark
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Read the chart and follow the resistance (build up) once we pass resistance..........it turns into support.

There was HUGE resistance at .024........You know what? That is now support....

If you look at the 6 mth chart again?

 -

Once we break .03 Not much resistance till the high .04's.......

OMG! That is too sweeeeeeeeeeeeet!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
sharkone,

resistance is where the stock reached a certain price but it started to drop... this peak is considered resistance. The next time it comes to that level, some tend to sell at that price. We hope that everyone will hold and it will continue past that.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Over the past few trading days we have broken 2 major resistance. ONLY THE BEGINNING!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
God I'm all goosebumpy and wet.
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
yes lil, cresting the 025 apppears key. that should buoy against any pull back.
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
God I'm all goosebumpy and wet.

that is disgusting.... stop surfing the porn sites already! [Smile]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
sliding off my chair as well Jelly. LMAO!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
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Posted by sharkone on :
 
I must be slow today, but I don't see it on the chart Lil provided.

I feel like an dope today...taught fifth graders all day today, and I think they wore off on me!

Is there a magical website that you can plug in the symbol name and it gives you a list of resistances and supports, etc.?

Warped, Lil and pals...thanks for the help.

Shark
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
BOND Holy crap! Great, great stuff. Ok, it's officially, I need to change my undies!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Shark we need resistance 101 tonight.......PM me tonight about 9 PM.........we'll have a little class.
I love those that are egar to learn....


SUPER SWEEEEEEEEEEET BOND!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Fundamentals will start to affect the pps soon and positive attentention will start to drive the stock. You can't buy it if you don't know it is thier. IMHO
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
that's right bond...........

Getting better and better every day!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Warpedmind.....Your PM box is full. I can't respond to you.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Ok, try again now... I made some room.

Thanks!
 
Posted by smallstuff on :
 
WOW what a great couple of days for PBLS! It was getting scary there for a while but I'm glad I stuck with this one. Now let's continue the march! This company has potential in spades.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
http://www.rallymonkey.com/video/kenindex.swf
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
and Chicken!
 -
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
That a great one Lil
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
 -
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Well that was good. [Smile]

Let's hope for another green day tomorrow.

I love Green Day. Great group.
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
Does anyone know when we are expected to receive an update on the latest drilling?
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Hopefully soon Taber. And it shall be good and make this thing rocket. (I know because I had a dream about it. LOL)
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
Let's make that dream a reality!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
 -
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
So pee then!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Are you still up?

 -
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning all!

Good luck to all this moring. I'll be away from the 'puter all day, so lets see some more green today. Holding PBLS long and strong. I hope to see some good news when I get back to the 'puter at about 3p.m. this afternoon. Thank you all for all your insights, help and lessons on trading and chart-reading.

See you later,
Shark
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good morning all.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Morning, Lil. Morning everyone. Been an exciting few days, too bad I've been away.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
and now ask back at .027!

OOOOOOOOOOOOOYeah!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Morning everyone. Let's rock!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Printed .028!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
One left at .028!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Sweet, I'm showing .0285.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
This is sweet man! I've never actually been IN POSITION when a stock started moving. I always got in at the peak and rode it down.

This is a great start to hopefully a great year.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
We're seeing .03 today. Oh man, it's slip and slide time!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
LOL, Jelly.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Break that .03 baby! Got some good buys coming in.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
We're gonna BLOW!!!! Just NITE left on .0295 then it's .03
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
We're already almost to that .03 mental resistance... come on! come on!

(I'm learnin', Lil. Thanks for your PM yesterday. You're very kind for helping.)
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Here it comes.....
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
ASK .03!!!!!!!

Mental resistance here........HOLD on ...........Could shake good!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
.03 printed, woohoo!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
We kissed it!
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
GO PBLS, GO!

http://media.ebaumsworld.com/swf/banana.swf
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
after .03............No resistance till .04!!!!!!!!!! GO BABY!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Look at those sweet buys coming in [Smile]
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
We just gave .03 the finger.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
LOL, cheap mirror trade.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
one left at .032!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
SCHB sitting at .04! CHOO CHOO!!!

I need a new chair please!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
This leads me to a question.

Is it appropriate to use as an indicator the amount of time that we sit at resistance and the amount of time it takes to clearly break resistance to tell us how solid the stock is moving and if we're going to run and break through future resistance? For example, if we sit at resistance for one hour vs. breaking through within 10 minutes... would that give an indication of whether or not the next resistance would be easily broken?
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Will someone get Jelly a towel?
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by FlipMe:
We just gave .03 the finger.

FlipMe, .03 got flipped off. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
damn is all I got to say!!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
LOL, WM. Good question on resistance by the way. I'd like to hear the answer myself.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
SCHB sitting at .04! CHOO CHOO!!!

I need a new chair please!

Is that why she goes by the name of Jelly? [Big Grin]
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
WM, I'm not sure whether I should be happy or sad at the thought. Ok, happy.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
look at the resistance's........

.04, .052 and .12!!!!!!!!!LOL easily broken.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
this has not been past .03 since it's run up to
.12!!!!!!!!!!

Hold on folks!!!!!!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
LOL Fellas..someone pass me the towel!

BOND BOND!! Where are you!!!!! Rally Monkey?
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Hi all. I'm a bit of a newbie, been watching Lil and Bond's and everyone else's posts and bought into PBLS a couple months ago. I'm VERY excited that it's actually going up.
Question for Lil: you mentioned way back in the threads that you plan to sell on the rise and get back in on the dip. Umm... is this that rise?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning all I think a pr is in the making
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
We're at .0321... almost like a countdown! [Smile]

Why do you say that those resistances will be easily broken, Lil? What tells you that?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
You'll want this dip.............Get it!!!!

To da' MOON........just wait till a PR hits!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by DC Trade:
Hi all. I'm a bit of a newbie, been watching Lil and Bond's and everyone else's posts and bought into PBLS a couple months ago. I'm VERY excited that it's actually going up.
Question for Lil: you mentioned way back in the threads that you plan to sell on the rise and get back in on the dip. Umm... is this that rise?

Nope, waiting for the PR and then sell and get back in after that.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Like the Doors song run with me
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
We're at .0321... almost like a countdown! [Smile]

Why do you say that those resistances will be easily broken, Lil? What tells you that?

it's got the juice to keep going....The momentum
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
Ha weird, I was just listening to the Doors.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Are we stalling?

What do the L2s look like? How are we stacked?
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
one on .029 (bid) and 1 on ask at .032 This is our dip fellas and Lil
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
yes warpedmind.......this is the dip

all waiting for a sell off. Will it happen?

like a wave........up and down....

down now..........then up!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
this has not been past .03 since it's run up to
.12!!!!!!!!!!

Hold on folks!!!!!!

And also the run was like this one. Green everyday to .12!!

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
the question is................


WILL YOU SHAKE?

Not me!

1x.029
2x.028

1 each at
.032
.033
.035
.036
.039
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by pennnies:
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
this has not been past .03 since it's run up to
.12!!!!!!!!!!

Hold on folks!!!!!!

And also the run was like this one. Green everyday to .12!!

[Big Grin]

 -
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yep it had a nice steady rise and then boom.

quote:
Originally posted by pennnies:
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
this has not been past .03 since it's run up to
.12!!!!!!!!!!

Hold on folks!!!!!!

And also the run was like this one. Green everyday to .12!!

[Big Grin]


 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
quote:
Originally posted by DC Trade:
Hi all. I'm a bit of a newbie, been watching Lil and Bond's and everyone else's posts and bought into PBLS a couple months ago. I'm VERY excited that it's actually going up.
Question for Lil: you mentioned way back in the threads that you plan to sell on the rise and get back in on the dip. Umm... is this that rise?

Nope, waiting for the PR and then sell and get back in after that.
Thanks for the reply Lil! Much appreciated!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
You can definately feel the hesitation in selling [Smile]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Let's see who will commit.

I'm thinking I will stay until .12. I might take a little out somewhere... but I might not even do that.

Anyone else?

By the way, how many shares does our little allstocks group hold of PBLS? I wonder what percent we own... what is our influence? I own only 15,000 measley shares (embarrassing... but better than nothing. My cost basis is at .0247)
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
RAISE THE PRICE!

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Posted by bond006 on :
 
mm's haveing a little head shake don't fall out of the tree
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Sorry already been committed. Seriously I probably will sell half around .10 range and ride rest till this Spring-Early Summer [Smile]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
f8les,

You literally made me laugh out loud when I saw that!!! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
f8les,

You literally made me laugh out loud when I saw that!!! [Big Grin]

Then my job here is complete! [Wink]
 
Posted by smallstuff on :
 
Woohoo what a day, keep on truckin' PBLS.

I'm in the green! PBLS, GZFX, and TIDE [Smile] gogogo
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
sorry all, just cleaning today. I'll keep stopping in and checking.....

Nice!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Wonder when they will release earnings.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Stick,It could be anytime but officially audited when they apply for otcbb which is at the end of this quarter or thier abouts.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Did you see a bunch of small sales go thru at .02 mm's trying to screw up the charts
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Lil, others,

What's going on? Do you think this is just a shakeout? Or was that the end of our good day? It's going back down.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
we are making candles every day. I feel a PR on the way........it's going to dip every day but, are ending up green and not going lower than the open.

It's normal and healthy..........I'm holding till the PR..........
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
Lil, others,

What's going on? Do you think this is just a shakeout? Or was that the end of our good day? It's going back down.

LOL, spoke too soon?

See, it's going back up!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
COVINGTON, LA, Jan 05, 2006 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Phoenix & Associates
Land Syndicate (OTC: PBLS) is pleased to announce the appointment of DENNIS J
KOWALSKI to the position of VICE PRESIDENT - OPERATIONS, effective January 1st
2006; Mr. Kowalski will be responsible for the day to day affairs of all
operating decisions within the Phoenix organization, including financial
matters. Mr. Kowalski will report directly to Mr. Paul Alonzo, CEO.

Mr. Kowalski has provided consulting services to the Phoenix companies in the
past.

Also, the independent CPA firm of Mira & Kolena, Ltd has been retained to
partner with Phoenix in completing the audit of consolidated financial
statements. The Mira firm will also provide full audit and tax services in
conjunction with Phoenix's efforts to move to full reporting status with the
SEC.
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
thanks fred
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Still got some great buys coming in.
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
quote:
Also, the independent CPA firm of Mira & Kolena, Ltd has been retained to
partner with Phoenix in completing the audit of consolidated financial
statements. The Mira firm will also provide full audit and tax services in
conjunction with Phoenix's efforts to move to full reporting status with the
SEC. [/QB]

One step closer.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Press Release Source: Phoenix & Associates Land Syndicate


Phoenix Announces Vice President of Operations
Thursday January 5, 2:15 pm ET


COVINGTON, LA--(MARKET WIRE)--Jan 5, 2006 -- Phoenix & Associates Land Syndicate (Other OTC:PBLS.PK - News) is pleased to announce the appointment of DENNIS J KOWALSKI to the position of VICE PRESIDENT - OPERATIONS, effective January 1st 2006; Mr. Kowalski will be responsible for the day to day affairs of all operating decisions within the Phoenix organization, including financial matters. Mr. Kowalski will report directly to Mr. Paul Alonzo, CEO.
Mr. Kowalski has provided consulting services to the Phoenix companies in the past.

Also, the independent CPA firm of Mira & Kolena, Ltd has been retained to partner with Phoenix in completing the audit of consolidated financial statements. The Mira firm will also provide full audit and tax services in conjunction with Phoenix's efforts to move to full reporting status with the SEC.


Contact:
Contact:
Michael A. Muashine
Osprey Partners
732-233-3853



--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source: Phoenix & Associates Land Syndicate
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yep looks really good.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We are getting noticed now as a good real investment news is out we are going off the pinks like every thing Paul does it is planned well and thought out,

Round 2 coming up
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
yes sirs.........going back to the HOD again!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like BrassBulls got the boot to don't see them as a contact. Good-by and lol as far as I am concerned
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
you got that bond.


PRINTING HOD!!!!!! AGAIN!!!!!!!!LMOA!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Hello all PBLS'ers...

I turned the 'puter on a little while ago and it was up to 0.034 and I almost had a cow...

Up 24% or so!....but since then it has dropped back down to 0.0295...

What is happening?

The see-sawing is driving me crazy!

Shark
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Tryin to shake a little arent they [Smile]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Part of the game Shark... It's normal. The MMs try to freak the shareholders into thinking that there's a big sell off so they can pick up some cheap shares.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Just wait until the audit comes out!!

Can you say bling bling!!!!

I am saying .50 a share.

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
0.50 a share??? You think?

Shark
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Now that is what I call some buying today!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
yes I really do. I have seen turds trade for over .50 that had no assets or income!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I wonder what speedy the oil dog has to say
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
SUPER SWEEEEEEET!

AGAIN!!!!!!!!!

Don't forget to take profits at the top..(where ever that is)
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
Thats kinda like saying, Dont forget to strike it rich! However you do that... [Wink]

Nice run this week, no I wasn't in it [Frown]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
LOL! I was gonna say something similar agentgpf!

How the heck are we supposed to know that we're at the top?

Lil, where do you suspect the top is?
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
I thought I put my curse on this stock by buying this stock. thank goodness I'm green for now. I bought it at 0.022 and the next week it dropped down to 0.015. i wish I had more money to average down but I did not. anyway I'm happy with the current situation.

Do you experts believe this stock will still keep going up? Also have they started working on the audit already or are they yet to begin?

I'm scared anytime when a pink stock says they are doing the audit. Look at QBID and PLNI. they have been doing the audit for the last yr or so?

I hope PBLS doesn;t turn out to be a dead beat like those stocks.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by laintbad:
I hope PBLS doesn;t turn out to be a dead beat like those stocks.

If you have done any DD on this you’d know it isn’t close to being a deadbeat stock. Read this thread, I think you’ll love what you read.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
HEY GUYS DO YALL NOT REALIZE THAT DENNIS KOWALSKI WAS THE ORIGINAL AUDITOR FOR PBLS. THAT NEWS WAS ABSOLUTELY HUGE. THE FREAKIN AUDITOR IS NOW THE VP. NOW WHAT DOES THAT SAY ABOUT PBLS?

UNFREAKIN BELIEVABLE. THE AUDITOR IS NOW THE VP OF THE COMPANY.

WOW!!!!!!

Here is an excerpt of the JUNE 16 PR

Phoenix also announced that it has engaged the accounting services of Dennis Kowalski of Toledo, Ohio, thus assuring compliance with SEC and NASD regulations for a fully reporting traded company.

PBLS IS HUGE!!!!!!
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
beautiful
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
Hi MACd, Did PBLs start the audit last June?
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
laintbad, go here and read all about PBLS. You will see they have done everything they have said they would do. Even said they would do a small bit of diluting with restricted and preferred shares, which they have done. They have also released unaudited financials which don't include the PROGAS acquisition. Read and enjoy.

http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
thanks MACD. I have read those news already.

What about the drilling in KY in 2005.? there was no news about that.

Any word on that?
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Oh yes there was though not yet released in a PR.

Have to look it up post it in a couple minutes.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Oh yeah baby!!

http://columbiamagazine.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=12904
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
How are you mac nice to see you on the board looking good latley feels nice to see us going north
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Yes it does. I believe this is the real deal guys. I am too scared to even think about trading PBLS. Audits should be released specutively at end of JAN to end of FEB or if you go by PR no later than JUNE. This thing should really take off.

Holding long
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
LOL! I was gonna say something similar agentgpf!

How the heck are we supposed to know that we're at the top?

Lil, where do you suspect the top is?

Ok if you want my honest opinion........?

We are beginning to go into overbought territory.(Not there yet)

We need (all stocks do) momentum to keep going...
supply and demand.

I for one am AFRAID to flip PBLS as so much good is coming......just don't know when.
but...If we don't have news by early next week the top could be then.
I agree that the new VP news and the news of hiring of the firm are AWESOME but, we are going to need more to keep going.

Back in sept we had the kartina news to keep our run going.......
I just see it as, by mid next week the latest. Gonna' get too top heavy without news..

I do see us going higher until then.....if no news comes it will dip..........(which is healthy and needed).

Just my opinion........If news comes before then........all charts stats go out the window and we kiss the MOOOOOON!
Just be smart!
I hate to predict this one as like I have said......I'd sell at what I think is the top and News will come......lol
and I won't be in the position I'm in now.

So.........think I might sell half at "My" top so that I don't miss any PBLS boats.

Good luck all.........I'm LOVIN' PBLS!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
LOL! I was gonna say something similar agentgpf!

How the heck are we supposed to know that we're at the top?

Lil, where do you suspect the top is?

Ok if you want my honest opinion........?

We are beginning to go into overbought territory.(Not there yet)

We need (all stocks do) momentum to keep going...
supply and demand.

I for one am AFRAID to flip PBLS as so much good is coming......just don't know when.
but...If we don't have news by early next week the top could be then.
I agree that the new VP news and the news of hiring of the firm are AWESOME but, we are going to need more to keep going.

Back in sept we had the kartina news to keep our run going.......
I just see it as, by mid next week the latest. Gonna' get too top heavy without news..

I do see us going higher until then.....if no news comes it will dip..........(which is healthy and needed).

Just my opinion........If news comes before then........all charts stats go out the window and we kiss the MOOOOOON!
Just be smart!
I hate to predict this one as like I have said......I'd sell at what I think is the top and News will come......lol
and I won't be in the position I'm in now.

So.........think I might sell half at "My" top so that I don't miss any PBLS boats.

Good luck all.........I'm LOVIN' PBLS!!!!!!!!

nice post . . . hope it's appreciated
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Lil, that is a really nice post. Thanks for putting your honest thoughts out there!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Great post, Lil. I appreciate your balanced comments.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
good morning all!

Super close again yesterday. Looking for another today!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning Lil and the rest of the PBLS followers. Lets keep our fingers crossed and that a great PR appears soon! GLTA..

Cheers,
Shark
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
For the chart lookers. If you look at the last run compared to this one notice anything?? We are moving on less volume. They said they were going to buy back 100,00 shares. Which they might have done. Just looking at the runs there is less shares in the O/S for sure.


http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=PBLS,uu[w,a]dacayyay[dc][pb50!b200!f][vc60][iUb14!La12,26,9]&pref=G
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Now THAT is an exciting chart!!! Do you think, Lil, that it would be safe to try to flip this today since there's usually profit taking on Fridays?
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Any updates...bid...ask...can anyone tell?

Shark
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
as of right now
2 on .031 and 1 on .032
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Nite just moved to .034 instead! Good stuff!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Awesome..need good news in the morning!

Shark
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Damn! ask .037 and hit!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
come on .12!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Holding tight to those shares [Smile]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
gonna' fill that little gap it made this morning. That's good, won't have to worry about it later.
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
I wonder what speedy the oil dog has to say

Don't know about the speedy but....oildog says: wwwwwwoooooooOOOOOOFFFFFFFFFFFF!!!!'pant' 'pant' 'thump' 'thump'!! Tuff keeping up with job and wife in hospital. Yesterdays intraday looked great! Lots of room yet!!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Oh my gosh! My contractions are starting!!!

Wait... I'm not pregnant and I'm a guy...

Dang, I love this stock right now!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
2x.033
2x.032
2x.031

1x.035
1x.036
1x.039

HOT!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
LMAO Most of the contractions I've had with penny stocks has been in the area of sphincter muscles! Nice to be in one going in the right direction!
By the way bond, you've really been haulin' the freight on this one. It's appreciated.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Jump in on this dip. Thinking another HOD close!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'd say OILDOG! Bravo bond!
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
I got in early this AM [Smile]
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
You kids got to be feeling pretty good right now. Congrats. I'm watching your run and cheering for ya!


The Foot
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
thanks Bigfoot it's a beeeeautiful thang!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
it's not too late bigfoot. If this goes to .12, we're talking almost a 4 bagger for you.
 
Posted by special ed on :
 
looks like the averaging down actually worked this time! good job guys n' gals.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
it does ed, when you do it right. lol

SUPER DUPER DAY!!!!!

I'm such a dork!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
L2s anyone?
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
1 on .033 1 on .035
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning all and thank you for the ata boys a little late to day had a dentist aptt. this morning one more to go. Looks like we are haveing a great start. I think the street is just starting to notice that we are not a fly by night operation.

Pbls management sure does deserve a big hand for the way they are building this company. And I also hear from people that visit them that the men and women that work for them are sure a proud bunch that are really standing tall and putting in the time and effort to make this something. go pbls [Big Grin]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Lot of mirror trades today.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We are holding our own today for a friday. Updates on Rome oil are due and who knows what else.


I was just over on the amep board and some of the investor's posted there oil production at 30 to 40 barrels a day and that stock brings about .05 pps that sure makes pbls look like a bargin.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Interesting that we're ticking back up on a Friday less than two hours from the bell... good sign, huh? [Smile]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
nice solid day here guys......
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I guess I could've sold out at .035 and jumped in aroun .032 or .033... but that wouldn't have been worth the risk, huh? Especially this close to the end of the day.

I hope we close green today and gap up Monday. We need some good news though.
 
Posted by brock on :
 
not too many profit takers seems. I guess more people are seeing the writing on the wal. I am very glad to see pbls finally go upward. I have been in since september and will hold for the long term. thanks for all of the DD
have a good weekend
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
nice, nice Friday close! I'm very happy with this!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Speedy is working hard and says hang in there with me woof woof
[Big Grin]

http://www.columbiamagazine.com/photoarchive.php?photo_id=21512
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
And thats why we are hitting oil because of speedy he smells that oil out and pbls drills wear he starts to dig
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
All kidding aside this link is the area in Neveda where pbls has there oil leases. Read what the US Government survey has to say about the area


http://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2005/3053/pdf/FS-2005-3053.pdf
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Nice to see you on the thread and posting oil dog welcome you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Welcome OilDog!

Bond thanks for all those great links. As usual, job well done!
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
Hi guys,

Just for clarification. I saw Rome Oil found some oil and natural gas in KY. Rome oil is a subsidiary of PBLs right?

Could anyone please clarify this?
Thanks.
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
When are they going to start drilling in Nevada?

Thanks.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Yes Rome oil and gas is owned by PBLS.
No word on Nevada drilling at this point.

Excerpt from Nov. 3 PR.

COVINGTON, LA, November 3, 2005
"Rome Oil is currently selling its oil at a PPB of $52-$57 based on the previous 30 days of oil sales."

"Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing between 5 BBL/Day to 50 BBL/day each, with an average production of 26 BBL/day per well, a rate of production that is expected to increase as new wells come on line."

It appears to me that Rome oil is bringing in at least 115,000 bucks a month based on 20 days per month at 50 bucks per barrel. That was in NOV.

New producing well in KY. No doubt test drills have been completed in Wyoming. I would think a PR would be out soon concerning the oil part of PBLS.

"The Company indicated that this new oil lease is located in the State of Wyoming and consists of 880 acres. Estimated reserves on this lease are approximately 5 million barrels of oil."

"The Company has plans to drill a test well on this property prior to year-end and expects to drill a minimum of nine production wells on Geological structure with a possible maximum of 22 wells."

PBLS oil and gas division are already doing well and with news of oil strike in Nevada or Wyoming would only make it better. Can't wait till financials are completed. Numbers should be absolutely huge!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
good links there bond..........what a speedy dog!
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I skipped church this morning to stay home with one of my little ones who is sick. Here is some good stuff to read posted by Kelly leak. Allstocks is number 1!!

http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=9165438

http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=9165448

My question to all here is why would you consider trying to flip for a 10-300 percent gain when you can hold and make a 1000-10,000+ percent gain???? The 2 cent days may be gone for good now and if it does go back to 2 cents it wont be there for long before it shoots back up never to return. Flipping at this time is a risk that need not be taken. IMO

good luck to all.

http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=9165563

http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=9166176
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
I am holding long and strong and adding more every week!

This baby is going to blow up very soon. We have news on the way and an audit!

Doesn't get much better then that kids.

[Razz]
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
And thats why we are hitting oil because of speedy he smells that oil out and pbls drills wear he starts to dig

LMAO bond! Finally got yer link to Columbia Magazine to open and now see speedy. Thought you were refering to me (?) before, so I was a little confused!HHaaaarrrrr!! There IS a "family" resemblance, BUT......I NEVER EVER lick my....... [Eek!] Good dd, by the way, Chesapeake Energy here in Oklahoma bought a company & leases in Kentucky to the tune of over a billion dollars, which propelled them to number 2 behind Devon (the largest independent oil producer). It is their first venture outside OK & TX. They think it will be another Anadarko Basin!! [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
oil dog I am very sorry for any misunderstanding.


I sure hope that we get a pr and an update next week.

As of the end of the third quarter of 05 Rome oil had 18 producing wells with plans to drill 5 more. Proof that they did something was in the Columbia mag. The 18 wells are producing aprx. 14000. barrels a month.

Next is WY. in the year 06 9 to 22 planed drills


Last will be Nevada I guess they have to start test wells from what I hear.

If rumor is correct and this in only rumor at this point pbls is looking into buying a drilling co . Progas the reseller was only a rumor to so I keep my fingers crossed. glta hope tomorrow is green to. Thanks for th at boys oil dog good nite all
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I was going to post this before bed.

Kelly Leak from Ihub connected the dots with dd good stuff. He is very committed.

AWESOME....DD from i-hub
Posted by: kelly leak
In reply to: None Date:1/8/2006 5:06:58 AM
Post #of 9122

People..Focus

Rome Oil & Gas currently has 18 producing wells in Kentucky averaging 26 barrels per day each, or approximately 14,000 barrels per month in total. With the company's 30-day sales average of $54.50 per barrel, management expects continued impressive revenue and earnings growth as the new wells are on line.
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051110/20051110005381.html?.v=1

The Company indicated that this new oil lease is located in the State of Wyoming and consists of 880 acres. Estimated reserves on this lease are approximately 5 million barrels of oil. This lease was acquired for a cash payment. No stock either common or preferred was used to acquire this lease.
http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/051103/0100127.html

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS - News) announced today that the company's Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas Division has secured a new oil lease in Wyoming consisting of over 2080 acres. Recent geologic surveys suggest that the estimated reserves of this lease will increase the company's existing oil reserves in the state by over 162%, from 5 million barrels to approximately 13.1 million barrels.
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051110/20051110005381.html?.v=1

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS - News) announced today that the company's Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas Division has acquired a new Oil & Gas lease property located in White Pines County Nevada in an all-cash transaction. The lease, consisting of over 7871 acres, represents the company's third lease acquisition outside of its existing properties located in Kentucky and Wyoming.
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051207/20051207005393.html?.v=1

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Pink Sheets:PBLS - News) today released information regarding its acquisition of ProGas, Inc., previously announced on Thursday, December 15th. Phoenix acquired the Covington, Louisiana-based Energy Services firm for a combination of cash, preferred shares and restricted shares in a transaction valued at approximately $4,500,000.

ProGas, which also has offices in Houston, Texas, is a full service energy company that provides marketing solutions to Energy producers and consumers, with services including Energy supply management, Natural gas and crude oil marketing, Physical energy transportation (trucks, barges, pipelines), Physical and financial risk management, Administrative and regulatory consulting and a rapidly growing facilities financing division.

CEO, Paul Alonzo commented, "We are confident in our ability to dramatically increase the scale and net income margins for ProGas' business going forward, particularly when coupled with our existing Oil & Gas operations and acquisition targets we are currently considering."
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051216/20051216005519.html?.v=1

Paul Alonzo, President and CEO of Phoenix, stated, "We are very pleased with the rapid progress our company is making in the oil and gas sector, while our sand & gravel and construction business operations continue to grow stronger by the day."

Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix, stated, "The acquisition of this new lease significantly increases our potential production capacity in the area and marks a continuation of our strategy to acquire lease assets with low-risk and high production profiles." He continued, "We continue to evaluate some very exciting lease opportunities on a daily basis, in keeping with the company's growth-at-a-reasonable-price philosophy, in order to further deepen our footprint in domestic fossil fuel production."

Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix stated, "This acquisition embodies a strategic cornerstone in our ongoing efforts to attain critical mass in our energy operations and establish a sizable domestic footprint. The acquisition will not only add substantial free cash flows but also significant margin enhancement by acting as internal marketing agent for our existing Oil & Gas production operations." He continued, "I am particularly excited by the rapid growth of ProGas' facilities finance division. This business will give Phoenix a unique opportunity to help qualified producers grow their production and reserve base by taking a risk-mitigated ownership position in the physical asset of these businesses. The financing structure frees producers to focus their capital resources on core oil and gas producing activities while providing Phoenix with partial ownership, pre-agreed lease payouts and revenues over a designated time period."

Key words ..cash..restricted shares..grow..growth..acquisition..acquisition targets..revenues..reserves..cash flows..assets..earnings

Oh..and this isn't hurting our success in the oil side of the business either..
http://futures.tradingcharts.com/chart/CO/W
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
When I look at my breakfast tommorow I see the eggs and I know that the chicken contributed.

Then I look at the bacon and I know that the poor pig was very committed
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
SAD, TRUE and.............LMAO bond!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning all!

Anyone see what the pre-market price is...if any?

Thanks,
Shark
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.035x.036
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning lil,

Thanks for the update. Hope we see more green today. Hope you had a great weekend.

Shark
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good morning shark, and all of the PBLS fan club!
 
Posted by NYstockLouver on :
 
.037 and rising. Just like we like it on Wall street Let's Go PBLS
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Not bad today, not bad at all. People are holding onto shares well.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
For those of you looking at your chart for PBLS and thinking it is overbought, I would like to remind you that PBLS reached overbought territory below .02 and rose all the way to .12. So forget about RSI, STO, Williams%.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=PBLS,uu[h,a]daclyyay[dc][pd20,2!b50!f][vc60][iLl14!Lb14]&pref=G
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We usally get news on tuesdays and thursdays I have a feeling somthing is going to come out this week
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
i think we will see some very stubborn resistence here at 4 cents.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yea sure looks like it.
 
Posted by shomethamoney on :
 
I looked back through some of the postings - Does 20 cents look to where this company will start leveling out or does it have the ability to climb higher? I know the charts look good. Any information appreciated.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
4 cents has been a hill for the last 2 months
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I personally think the stock will continue to rise with some small, temporary pullbacks until financials are released at which time the climb will be continuous until reaching proper valuation. JMHO

Way too much going for PBLS for the PPS not to continue to rise, even better when the rise is a little more slow and steady.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Partysasquatch says

Posted by: partysasquatch
In reply to: eggman80 who wrote msg# 9140 Date:1/9/2006 10:21:06 AM
Post #of 9153

Eggman, Of course they are. This is a systematic elimination of the short. They want shares as cheap as possible. The elimination of the floating IOU's will help the longs here shortly. When news hits we will fly and only the true float will be there to buy.

Most of which is certed. We will fly soon!!!

My estimated numbers had a 0.40 per share price at end of 2005. Let's see if I am close. Without WY and NV, I have a share price of over $2.00 for 2006. We will know soon. That includes no more drilling at all. The $2.00 price rises with each new well and increase in natural resource prices of oil, sand, and gravel. Also increases in housing and repair costs will raise that number also.

Party
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
You're right mac. I see the RSI and am not concerned. I remember that being nothing on the run up to .12!

I'm so covienced this is a good price that I got 22400 at .038!

Gonna' seem really cheep when it doubles!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
resistance at .04, .052 and .12!

AND IT'S VERY OLD!
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
"You're right mac. I see the RSI and am not concerned. I remember that being nothing on the run up to .12!

I'm so covienced this is a good price that I got 22400 at .038!

Gonna' seem really cheep when it doubles!"


Yes, yes it will.

I know of a guy who had to pay an extra penny for every share of PBLS that he bought. He has 2 million shares now. He also could only buy up to 5,000 shares in one lot which cost 20 bucks. Yet he still bought 2 million shares!!!!
This person lives out of the country and they take you to the cleaners where he lives.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Were at .04 now.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
.04 Leaving..........LOL

Gotta' go for a bit. See ya'll lata'!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
hold at .04 and we move to .05 today good chance
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
come on .12 baby!
 
Posted by NYstockLouver on :
 
We need to hold and this will Fly. I could see .o5 today if we resist .04 resistance. Does anyone know when they are going on to the American Market

Let's Go PBLS and All Long Holders. I'm 125,000 at Avg. .0195 So I'm Happy.......
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
What a fun day!! Yippee!!!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yea been a good new year so far for pinks. Money is finally starting to flow into them.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
wow I think we might see .05 before lunch.. lol

this is great!!

just getting warmed up folks!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
saddle up troopers we are heading north
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
honestly, i think the .04 resistence wil be really stubbb.....bbbbb......stubbbb......bbbb.

oh......nothin'.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
This is nothing... wait till we get a big PR!!! [Smile]

Lil, you said that the resistance we have is old... does the age really matter? I mean, is it reasonable to assume that those aren't really resistance anymore because they are old? How does it usually work?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I am sure a good pr is coming this week
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
.0469 on the ask... wow!
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
.0469 on the ask! WOW...
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yea .05 is looking pretty promising. Hold em tight, ladies and gents!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
This is awesome!!!!!

A PR would be crazy great right now. Actually, I say keep the PR away until this slows down, then BAM!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
rally time


http://www.rallymonkey.com/video/kenindex.swf
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
.048! This thing is moving!!!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
I don't think anybody took a lunchbreak on this one LOL! The drama is killer [Smile]
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
It's more fun to watch PBLS then take a lunch!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Lunch time pull back ? might be good time to load
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
just bought 11k more at .046.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
mm's walking her down after lunch we run again imho
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
down to .042. Are the MMs just trying to make me sick or do you think we're bouncing back down from resistance?
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Yea getting rid of the weak hands right now, think its got more legs after lunch too imho.
 
Posted by redelmo19 on :
 
Godo stock
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
550 shares last trade must be an mm signal who would buy 550 shares of a 4 cent stock?
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Hehe. Exactly.
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
I sold at my top. GLTA keep this run going then bring her down for me before a PR.. lol

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Bet they are passing around the Rolaids right now.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Bunch of mirror trades goin on.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Round 2 coming up
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I sure hope round 2 comes up... It seems like everytime I buy, I buy at the top!!! Please PBLS! Go UP!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
.1 by end this week or next!!wwwwooooooofffffFFFFFF!!ooowwwwwrrrroooooooOOOOOO!(NNVC nice double for me today too! 'thump' 'thump'
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Oildog, you still think so, with the prices flopping around right now? I hope you're right! I hope it was a good thing for me to buy more today at .046. Right now, I'm a little stressed... once again, I used money I don't have!!! (stupid, stupid, stupid I know)
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
With maybe a possible hint of PR tommorow, things may get juicy again by the end of the day. It's anybody's guess, but its holding strong so far [Smile] I like the steady rise over the past week and today.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Warped I can reassure you that at .046 you did not buy at the top of this thing when we get to double digits who cares .04,.042 .046,.05 get my drift you will make bank on this if you use your head and not your heart
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Warped I am with Bond on this one. Price is now back up to .044 and you may very well be green after today.

P.S. I don't trade on Margin so my view may be a little different from yours.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Thanks guys. I feel a little better. I just needed someone to tell me that I'm not so bad off.

Objectively, I'm looking for this to keep climbing... I just don't want my wife to find out that I went and lost a bunch of money again! [Smile]

Thanks guys.

Since our next few resistance is so old, do you think that they will still be barriers?
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Gettin' real tuff to NOT fall in love with this!! [Big Grin] Been looking at area, I'll try to post some sites if they'll let me. eastern Kentucky, western West Virginia, southern Virginia and Ohio hot plays right now and in the future. Average drilling depth in Kentucky 1424' with deepest wells 6677'. Less than 2% of the basin has even been tested beyond 10000'. Few wells at 15,000',just beginning horizontal drilling (other than coal bed methane).Chesapeake Energy spent 2.2 billion acquiring CNR and millions of acres of leases in the areas I mentioned, just recently. They keep 80-90 rigs going. USA's most active driller.Lot of experience with directional & horizontal drilling. They are not there for the surf!
http://certmapper.cr.usgs.gov/noga/servlet/NogaNewMainResultsServ?provnum=67&page=basin

Check here for some interesting reads. (Hope it pasted right)
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Graet post oil dog keep the good info coming
 
Posted by BigBuyer100 on :
 
OILDog? You still in VLO? oR did you take my advice and go too MUR? lol

Either way. how are ya? Qoil is looking better and better ehh?
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
This may be a better read. Large pdf file.
"Mature Region: Youthful Potential"
http://karl.nrcce.wvu.edu/regional.html

Havent been able to narrow down Adair Co., Ky yet.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just got home........WOW! Nice,

warped I think you will look back on this price and said...."shoulda got more when it was low" LOL
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BigBuyer100:
OILDog? You still in VLO? oR did you take my advice and go too MUR? lol

Either way. how are ya? Qoil is looking better and better ehh?

Doing well. VLO been good to me, nice uptrend. Seeing a LOT of Valero gas stations popping up all over in OKLA. [Big Grin]
bond, can't get some of this stuff to open after I updated to Adobe 7 [Mad] I'll try to get more later after I figure this out.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Look here yahoo group of investor that follow special sittuations have selected pbls man the word is getting out

http://**************.yahoo.com/group/Pennies_to_Dollars/
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
won't let me post website yahoo groups pennies to dollars
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
thanks lil for the vote of confidence and oildog for the nice dd. Thanks bond for the link.

Go PBLS go!!!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Nice little buys [Smile]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This was posted by kelly leak in response to valuation simple but all true


Posted by: kelly leak

That's the point I'm making with all this local news, from the funds appropiated by Congress for levee rebuild and repair to even the private investments coming into the area....all this work is going to require tremendous amounts of sand and gravel!!

Levees..road bases..bridge approach elevations..concrete mixes..all will need some sand and/or gravel in huge amounts.

I would hazzard to say that our soil and mineral asset base in the Murphy pit..valued at $260-$300 million is worth considerable more than that present day.

Murphy Sand & Gravel division (820 acres)-- Reserves estimated at $260 million (more recent company materials also show $300 million, like the Sept. 6, 2005 PR).

Even using the full A/S as share count and the Murphy assets at only $300 million..that's .30 per share asset value..for Murphy alone!! No Progas..no oil assets..no construction business or other assets..Just Murphy sand and gravel!!! At conservative estimate.

And it's not like the materials aren't in demand..the demand will outstrip supplies IMO. Cheers, Kelly
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Mirror tradin bastads [Smile]
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Real nice EOD! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Holdin steady!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
This is resistance made back from Oct 22'd (ish)
Should break this with no problem tomorrow!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Ok PR gods give us some news tommorow. [Smile] Good day guys! Psyched for tommorow.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just think of it though. Another 25% with no news. I'd rather get news after we go up another 25% tomorrow.......Tee-hee-hee!
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Agreed [Smile]
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
Another great day guys. I'm looking forward to the double digits soon! .10!!!!!!!!! Let's go!
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
another great day. SO far in 2006, this is the only stock that puts a smile on my face.

Do we know of any reliable PBLS contract possiblities linked to New Orleans levy construction?

Thanks
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
This has been really exciting! I think this is the first stock that has ever gone up after I bought it [Smile] Of course, I'm getting ulcers about where to exit... don't want to miss the top, but also don't want to cut my profits short. GO PBLS!!! GLTA. And thanks Allstocks crew, I'm glad I found you [Smile]
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Do your DD and you wont have ulcers trying to find an appropriate exit point. Definately hold long regardless of what happens with PPS the next few days/weeks, although I believe the run will continue for a few more days. I think the MMS finally got a handle on their short position, covered, and will now let it ride for a while selling their shares on the way up for a great profit. When PBLS audits are completed and moved to AMEX or larger exchange then very little manipulation will occur. As for now enjoy the ride and if you plan to flip, hope with all your heart that they dont file their financials or you will be disappointed you did not stay in. All in my honest opinion.

Im holding long regardless of PPS in the next few days/weeks, too much for me to risk knowing they will file soon.
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
Hi MACD,

Do we know of any reliable PBLS contract possiblities linked to New Orleans levy construction?

Thanks
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Here Laint, this is all on page one....read

PBLS -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate


http://www.pbls.biz/

COMPANY INTRODUCTION

Phoenix Associate Land Syndicate, Inc. is a holding company with assets and/or interests in sand & gravel, soil products, land development, oil and natural gas, commodity brokering, plumbing, trucking, contract hauling, construction, swimming pool construction and construction related industries. Its stock is traded publicly on the Pink Sheets Bulletin Board under the symbol: PBLS.

Current Operating Business Units are:

Mining Division
Murphy Sand & Gravel
D.B.I.


Construction Division
Heaslip Construction
Ann Arbor Pools
Great Lakes Pool Plastering
California Plumbing

Trucking Division
Bayou State Trucking

Acquisitions/Business Development
Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources, Inc.
JTW Construction
Burke Pool Construction
Brazilian Land Sale
Log Home Manufacturing


Oil and Gas Division


Brokerage Division


The Phoenix corporate core philosophy is to acquire companies that:
Have unrealized profit potential and are willing and eager to work within the Phoenix "family" to improve their company's performance.

Are motivated and need business guidance and/or financial assistance in order to succeed.

Have owners that wish to divest of a company for retirement and/or other personal reasons.

To properly develop and consistently grow as a holding company, other companies such as those described will be added through continued acquisition. This effort will result in an increase in positive cash flow by tapping the sales potential inherent in the newly acquired companies and their assets. As PBLS moves its growth strategy forward, its gross revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and shareholder value will be driven markedly higher, increasing shareholder value.

Address:
P.O. Box 1358
Covington, LA 70458-1358
USA


Website: http://www.pbls.biz
Phone: 985-863-0801


State of Incorporation: NV


Officers:
Paul Alonzo, CEO


Transfer Agent:
Atlas Stock Transfer Corp., Salt Lake City, UT 84107

Some DD by some great Posters on the board.
WOW! Bond has been busy. BRAVO!


Done update

2005 Net revenues + Assets- $138,840,092.50 / 346,560,260 = .40PPS

2006 Net revenues + Assets- $245,446,360.00 / 346,560,260 = .71PPS

Few key points:

Even with the cash they lay out for recent purchases, it still equates to assets. You can see by the end of this year, book value will be .40PPS.

I will add the link for the DD page, overview page, and the spreadsheet I made to calculate and keep track of the numbers. It's not the fanciest out there, but it gets the job done. You are welcome to open it up & or save it, and play with the numbers. Tab 3 is the show stopper. I must admit I had no proof or reason to even remotely consider a $1.00+ PPS as many have stated. After today, I now have that proof. If anyone sees errors, I have also added my e-mail to all pages. Enjoy fellow Peeblers.

PS-I can almost taste the Lobster & Steak.....

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/overview.html

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/pblsvaluation.xls
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bond006
Member


Member Rated:
posted November 16, 2005 08:42
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These are some of my reasons that I feel that this stock has a huge upside way to go beyound the asset value, which of course is always the solid reason to invest. But there is also another side,which is the method of business and how it unfolds and the factors.

* up to 100 million share buyback just announced
* pre existing government contracts that will be expanded upon as work continues after the Katrina hurricane
* a fast expanding Oil division purchased with cash and restricted preferred shares (holding the float steady)
* a construction division within minutes of thousands of destroyed homes
* due diligence by acquired companies willing to take restricted/preferred shares as payment for their companies (tells you a lot about the prospects of PBLS)
* fast tract plan to be listed on OTC or a larger board
* strong cash flow from each division but especially now the cash cow oil division
* a management experienced in acquisitions willing to negotiate without heavy dilutive effects ... usually cash and preferred/restricted shares


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~ Latest News Releases ~
Acquire Pro-Gas ($190M in Revenues)- http://www.pbls.biz/pr45.htm
Increased Wyoming Oil Reserves - http://www.pbls.biz/pr44.htm
Share repurchase (up to 100 million shares) - http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051109/20051109005582.html?.v=1
New Wyoming Oil Lease - http://www.pbls.biz/pr43.htm
New Kentucky Oil Leases - http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Expanding Headquarters - http://www.pbls.biz/pr41.htm
Closing the Oil deal - http://www.pbls.biz/pr40.htm
Construction Acquisition - http://www.pbls.biz/pr39.htm
Update on Business Operations - http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm

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456 million outstanding shares, per October 2005 call with Mgmt.
Float approx. 159 million

Current Market-cap based of $0.03 PPS = $13.7 million
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Current Book-value estimated by mgmt (Oct.6) = $45 million
Year-end 2005 projected book-value by mgmt (Oct.6) = $60-70 million
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Projected earnings for 2006 of $10 million, per call with company (pre Katrina, pre oil deal)
$10M/ 466M o/s = 2.15 cents per share of earnings
Apply a typical 15X multiple for $0.32 share price
[A growth multiple would be 25X or $0.54 share price]
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For 2006 earnings add in all the Katrina work, plus recent/new acquisitions
Estimate that to be $25 million for 2006 and assume 100M more restricted shares
$25M/566 o/s = 4.4 cents per share of forward looking 2006 earnings
Apply a typical 15X multiple for $0.66 share price
[A growth multiple would be 25X or $1.10 share price]

(this is just me making a somewhat educated guess)
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Murphy Sand & Gravel division (820 acres)-- Reserves estimated at $260 million (more recent company materials also show $300 million, like the Sept. 6, 2005 PR).

February 1997 gave us an estimate of “$260 million based on the lowest prices charged by each of the other mining operations in the area for like products” (source: June 14, 2005 news release)

That evaluation is from almost 9 years ago… based on “lowest prices charged”.

Estimate that the sand and gravel property re-evaluation comes in over $600 million (“at least double” Investor Relations, Mike Mulshine 14/9/2005). With 466 million shares out, that’s over $1.28 per share in sand/gravel reserves.
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Look at this for a plan


PBLS's, Progas Will move Rome's Oil & Gas through USA Pipelines
Nov 15, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE)Binding Letter of Intent to Acquire
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition is Expected to Add $190 Million
in Revenues. The deal, which is expected to close on or before
November 30, 2005.
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm
ProGas purchases and markets natural gas throughout the
eastern United States on both interstate and intrastate pipelines.
ProGas offers Long term or monthly supply crude oil is available
on nearly all the interstate pipelines servicing the Eastern
United States.
http://www.progasinc.com/
Oct 27, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX)
Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing between
5 BBL/Day to 50 BBL/day each, average 26 BBL/day per well,
18 x26 = 468 BBL/day. expected to increase as new wells come on line.
Now Progas Can Move the Oil Through interstate and intrastate pipelines.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
November 3, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX)
New Oil Lease in Wyoming for its Mid-South/Rome Oil & Gas Division
The Company has plans to drill a minimum of nine production wells
a possible maximum of 22 wells.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr43.htm
Production easily double with 40 wells averaging 26 barrels a day.
over a 1000 BBL/day, Rome Oil is currently selling its oil at a
PPB of $52-$57. $52,000 a day on just the Oil Business alone.
$18,980,000 in Oil revenue, Progas $190,000,000 in Revenue.
Murphy Sand & Gravel $4 to $8 million per year.
http://www.pbls.biz/msg.htm also http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm
Heaslip Const. revenues will exceed $2,000,000.00 for 2005.
Ann Arbor Pools and Great Lakes Pool Plastering, should
bring in approximately $2,288,000.00 in revenues For 2005.
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm Sep 26, 2005 Press release
Bayou State Trucking Revenues for 2005 around $650,000
http://www.pbls.biz/bst.htm , http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


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Draw your own conclusion where future oil and natural gas prices will be:

-Many top oil-producing nations have peaked in oil discoveries and production.
-U.S. discoveries peaked around 1930 and production peaked around 1970.
-U.S. production has decreased by 40% since.
-U.S. production continues to decline despite technological innovation and capital investment.
-Every year since 1981, the oil industry has pumped more oil than it has discovered.
-World discoveries continue to decline despite technological innovation and capital investment.
-The world’s 14 largest fields have an average age of more than 50 years.
-20% of global production comes from the 14 largest fields.
-70% of global production comes from fields more than 30 years old.
-The world’s largest oil field, Saudi Arabia’s ghawar, was discovered in 1948.
-Saudi discoveries peaked in 1948.
-World discoveries peaked in the 1960s.
-The energy cost of oil is the amount of energy required to produce the oil.
-Energy cost includes energy used in exploration, drilling, pumping, transporting and refining.
-The energetically recoverable oil is independent of market price – it is a physical constraint.
-When energy cost exceeds energy yield, production is no longer worthwhile at any price.
-Ultimately recoverable oil is constrained by net energy yield, not market price.
-30-40% of oil is recovered from a typical field at current market prices.
-An unknown percentage of world reserves can be recovered before energy yield turns negative.
-The 1960s discovery peak established the downward trend of the global discovery curve.
-Remaining reserves are estimated by extrapolating the discovery curve.
-Oil production mirrors discovery plus a time lag.
-‘Peak oil’ refers to production ceiling.
-Peaking is different than running out.
-Oil production is limited by the rate of flow, not how much is in the ground.
-The production rate of flow peaks when approximately half of reserves are depleted.
-Estimates of global oil production peak depend on unreliable reserve data.
-Future demand also affects the production peak.
-Absent perfect data, the question is not if but when global oil production will peak.
-Global oil production is projected by some to peak this decade.
-Peak production will only be observable some length of time after it occurs.
-Current global demand is about 82 million barrels per day.
-The International Energy Agency predicts demand of 120 million barrels per day by 2030.
-The IEA prediction assumes a demand growth rate of 1.5% compounded.
-The IEA prediction neglects the depletion rate of existing reserves.
-The Association for the Study of Peak Oil estimates that depletion of existing reserves is 2.4%.
-4% more oil must be produced each year to offset depletion plus demand growth.
-3 million more barrels must be pumped daily by the end of 2005 to offset depletion plus growth.
-22% or 22 million more barrels would be needed daily by 2010.
-167% or 227 million more barrels would be needed daily by 2030 – clearly impossible.
--The above numbers reflect a compounded 4% rate of increase.
-Canada and Venezuela possess vast oilsand reserves.
-Oilsand extraction is an energy intensive mining operation.
-The amount of energetically recoverable oilsands is unknown.
-The mining of oilsands cannot extract oil at the same rate as conventional pumping.
-Oilsand production is presently 1 Mb per day and is projected to reach 2 Mb per day by 2010.
-Increased oilsand mining cannot offset the depletion rates of conventional oil.
-North American natural gas is near peak production and cannot offset declining oil production.
-Natural gas imports are constrained by transport bottlenecks and cannot offset declining oil.
-Hydrogen is an energy carrier that is largely produced from natural gas.
-The U.S. has 100-200 years of coal reserves at current consumption rates.
-Coal presently accounts for 23% of U.S. energy production for electricity.
-Future coal will be required to replace electricity production from declining natural gas.
-Coal can be converted to gas inefficiently – South Africa does this now.
-Coal mining yield and conversion inefficiency cannot offset the depletion rates of oil.
-Oil from shale is a mining operation that cannot offset depletion of conventional oil.
-Solar and wind energy is dilute, intermittent, land-intensive, and can’t be stored on a large scale.
-Biofuel production is constrained by competition with food crops for land.
-It takes 10 years to build a nuclear plant.
-10 years past peak, oil production will have decreased 36% at a 2.4% compounded decline rate.
-Population growth and energy availability are highly correlated.
-It took millions of years for human population to reach 1 billion by 1850.
-It took 150 years for population to reach 6 billion by 2000.
-At the current growth rate of 1.6%, population now increases by 1 billion every 10 years.
-Modern agriculture is heavily subsidized by oil-based pesticides and gas-based fertilizers.
-Modern agriculture is heavily mechanized and dependent on oil for pumping water.
-Organic crop yields are several times smaller than petroleum-subsidized crop yields.
-Post-Soviet cessation of oil supplies to North Korea resulted in severe and continuing famine.
-By the time the problem is recognized, the next generation has been born.


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By: sprtcrdlui1
24 Nov 2005, 09:10 PM EST
Msg. 25895 of 25904
Jump to msg. #
PBLS * .025, .17 EPS For 2005, .22 EPS for 2006
2005 Revenues
Rome Oil & Gas Co., $1,368,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Murphy Sand & Gravel excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Heaslip Construction excess of $2,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Ann Arbor Pools $2,288,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Bayou State Trucking around $650,000.00 in revenues for 2005
Progas Inc. . $190,000,000.00 in revenues for 2005
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$198,618,000.00 in revenues for 2005
ProGas, Inc. Completed Acquisition will Add $190 Million in Revenues
for FY 2005
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8613714

Last of 2005, gross revenues will exceeding $10,000,000.00 profit
exceeding gross revenues where in 2004. $3,000,000.00 30% Profit
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


$59,585,400.00 Profit 2005 / 346,560,260 shres = .17 EPS for 2005
PBLS trading 25 x Earnings is $4.25 PPS
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm


2006 revenues $224,388,000
Progas Inc. $190,000,000
Rome Oil and Mid South Oil $12,000,000
Murphy Sand and Gravel Est. $3,500,000 50% growth from 2005
Heaslip Construction Est $3,000,000 50% growth from 2005
Ann Arbor, Great Lakes Pool $3,388,000 50% growth from 2005
Bayou State Trucking $1,000,000 50% growth from 2005

Adding the long term assets:
Murphy Sand and Gravel: In ground reserves $500,000,000.00 Gross
Rome Oil Kentucky: 400,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $20,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Rome Oil Wyoming:13,100,000 BBLS x $50.00 = $655,000,000.00 Gross
http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm $1,235,750,000.00

2006 Revenue & Assets $1,399,300,000.00 / 346,560,260 = $4.03 PPS

2006 Revenue $224,388,000 / 346,560,260 = .64 pps
2006 Profit $67,301,000 / 346,560,260 = .22 EPS for 2006

30% Profit .22 pps x 25 mutiplier = $5.50 PPS


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more info here:
http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/

I'm in BIG on this...


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This is a good piece on oil and gas peeking long but worth the read if you are in pbls this could be a good read and then see why paul is taking us thier.


Small growth oil companies are the next big thing:

http://msnbc.msn.com/id/4287300/


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...been at work the past two days, so I've missed out some. From I-hub

Posted by: stushy
In reply to: None Date:12/1/2005 7:50:41 PM
Post #5460 of 5464

Spoke with Mike today...
He stated they are retiring some restricted shares owned by an employee who needs the money this year. This will be part of the 100 million retired and some will be out of the float.

Mike stated they are in the process of retiring the 100 million shares.

Also stated they have a genius for their aquisitions manager who's plan is to pick companies who's owners/management expect to retire out 5 years or more and offer them cash, restricted shares, preferred shares and guarentee minimum cash settlement at end of five years or much more depending on pps of stock.

Plan is minimum dilution, and creative financing with preferred and restricted shares.

We will all know what the O/S is beginning of Feburary. Also, SEC is pushing them to move off of pinkies with this type of revenue so expect a faster move to different exchange.
Also talk of AMEX immediately.
Also expect more major aquisitions soon.
Also 1 billion revenue in three years is target.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by macdrsirules:
Do your DD and you wont have ulcers trying to find an appropriate exit point. Definately hold long regardless of what happens with PPS the next few days/weeks, although I believe the run will continue for a few more days. I think the MMS finally got a handle on their short position, covered, and will now let it ride for a while selling their shares on the way up for a great profit. When PBLS audits are completed and moved to AMEX or larger exchange then very little manipulation will occur. As for now enjoy the ride and if you plan to flip, hope with all your heart that they dont file their financials or you will be disappointed you did not stay in. All in my honest opinion.

Im holding long regardless of PPS in the next few days/weeks, too much for me to risk knowing they will file soon.

Thanks a lot for your input... and Jelly, thanks for re-posting the DD, it's good to see it again (to remind me what's so good about this company!). It almost seems too good to be true, a penny stock that's going to really make it (and I'm invested!)! Usually, when things seem too good to be true, they are. Maybe not this time?? hee hee...
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
No problem babe. Exciting, eh?
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
laintbad,

No army corp of engineers or FEMA contracts associated directly with Murphy sand and gravel that I have found. However BOH BROS,(largest construction company in the area) has over 30 million in contracts with corp of engineers and they get alot of their sand and gravel from Murphy, so PBLS is indirectly involved.

There is only one sand and gravel pit involved in a contract with army corp of engineers directly and that was a while back for 500 grand. It may actually be best to not win "the low bidder contracts" as sand and gravel in the area is at a premium right now. I am sure they are doing excellent business right now. Boh Bros has a contract not only to repair levees but also I-10. You can be assured that most of the sand and gravel they need is coming from Murphy.

All IMO

macdrsirules
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
For those concerned about being over bought!

Look at our chart..........

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and take a look at this pinkie!
Could this be PBLS next month..........?
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Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
RBSY is on fire in a huge way! Wish I saw that one.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Agreed Lil, great illustration. RSI, STO, Williams% are great for stocks that are cyclical in nature but with stocks in strong uptrends they should not be used to find exit points. Here is another example of a pinkie Lil. You lose out big time if you sell when RSI hits 70 or even 80.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=AZMN,uu[h,a]daclyyay[dc][pd20,2!b200!f][vc60][iLa10,20,5!Lb10]&pref=G

This is true even on the big boards when stocks are in a strong uptrend, check this out.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=AZMN,uu[h,a]daclyyay[dc][pd20,2!b200!f][vc60][iLa10,20,5!Lb10]&pref=G

Way too many more to post but if a stock is in a strong uptrend I forget about being overbought as the indicators are faulty and will guide you astray.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Nice mac.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
most recent share count posted from Ihub as per telephone conversation with mike mulshine


Posted by: monkeybiz
In reply to: macdrsirules who wrote msg# 9299 Date:1/10/2006 1:24:04 AM
Post #of 9347

Macdrs - I just got this from Mr. Mulshine to my request for share structure:

Brad,

The most recent info that I have is that there are about 650 million shs total issued and outstanding, and about 350 million in the public float. Since the Company is working toward filing a Form 10 with the SEC in February, with intentions of becoming a full reporting company by May 1st, I suggest that as soon as the Form 10 is filed that you access this filing on the SEC's Edgar site ... this will be the best way you can become fully informed on Phoenix.

Mike Mulshine
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning all PBLS'ers and fans,

Any news in pre-market activity? How can we find pre-market activity with a Pinkie?

Thanks,
Shark
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning Lil, Shark, and all othe pbls people if you are on line yet
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
mm's usually don't open till about 8:30 or 9:00 on PBLS sharkone..............

bond.....thanks for that!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Once mm's do open...where can we see pre-market activity?

Good morning bond!

Shark
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
I think we might see a down day today. Should be interesting to say the least.


[Razz]
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
its nice to see PBLS finally go up. congrats lil
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
here ya' go shark. L2 moving already.

3x.045

1x.046!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
hmm pennies, ya think? bid at .046 and ask at .047
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
changing fast Jelly.

2x.046

1x.047
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
hmm pennies, ya think? bid at .046 and ask at .047

with a big gap you usually see a sell off.
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
Lookin' good.
lil' pinch...may need the dancin baby today!!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Number one rule of trading.


DON'T BE GREEDY!

[Eek!]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by DQ.:
Lookin' good.
lil' pinch...may need the dancin baby today!!

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hey bond.............

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Posted by bond006 on :
 
Oh your are killing me Lil

look at all the news letter that mentioned pbls this morning looks like 4 to me

http://www.pinksheets.com/quote/news.jsp?symbol=PBLS
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Who needs a pr when you get 4 news letters throwing your name around man a pr now that was great would send us into orbit
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I agree...

Little PRs would be good right now to keep the momentum up... but save the big ones for when things slow down a little.
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
.05 today, 6 or 7 by end of week! [Big Grin] wwoooffff!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Choo choo! All aboard.

Anyone else notice where NITE and SCHB are?

SCHB is at .055 and NITE at .05
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
opps other way around. Ask is .05!!!
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
.05 on the ask now
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Time Series pointing up! goodbye .05! wwooofff!
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
where do you see this before we drop again. I would like to sell some and then LOAD THE WAGON on a dip.
 
Posted by JoeTrader on :
 
.05 and Im out for now.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
here she goes!!!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
kapow!! .052 punched a hole in the roof. could see .06 today. MM's get yer 50 gal drum of kaopectate out, she's gonna run!! wooofff
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Resistance at .053 and NOTHING TILL .128!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by JoeTrader on :
 
Damn!!! Should have stayed.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
This is just awesome. I'm so freakin' happy right now! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Joe, no regrets man... you took a profit... any profit is good.

Just be patient. It'll dip somewhere and you can get in. A good bet would be around the middle of lunch or so.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by OILDOG:
kapow!! .052 punched a hole in the roof. could see .06 today. MM's get yer 50 gal drum of kaopectate out, she's gonna run!! wooofff

Now that was funny! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by JoeTrader:
Damn!!! Should have stayed.

Any green is good green.

I think it hits .07 at least by tomorrow!
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
i think lil is right, .07 by tommorow. i also think that is where it falls back to regroup a bit.
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
just back from hawaii...pbls my darling! 52 x 53 yea baby!!!
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
I feel so greedy right now...or is it that I'm just smart for getting into this at .0195? I'm so confused. Heh.
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
i can't remember the last time i had this much fun before 8 am.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
Oh your are killing me Lil

look at all the news letter that mentioned pbls this morning looks like 4 to me

http://www.pinksheets.com/quote/news.jsp?symbol=PBLS

How'd I miss that?

WOW Bond!!!!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Remember.......resistance in the 5's but NOTHING after that at all! Till........ .128!

All this with no news........I love it. I'm not going anywhere till I get my PR........LOL
 
Posted by Phoenixx on :
 
Hey Lil,

Who do ya use for L2s? Thinkin about tryin out Alphatrade's 7 day trial just for the heck of it.
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Good find bond, missed that newsletter too!
 
Posted by Neptunetrader94 on :
 
wow, good play guys. I remember this being around .028 and now it's almost double! ...Should've gotten in when I had the chance...
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Phoenix Provides Update on Oil Drilling Program
Jan 10, 2006 11:09:00 AM
COVINGTON, LA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 01/10/06 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS) is pleased to announce that Rome Oil hit oil on one of its three Kentucky leases over the recent holiday. According to C. G. Collins, Petroleum Engineer, "Each well could produce as much as 15,000 to 18,000 barrels of oil over its life. This expected production is in addition to what has already been recovered on this lease."

Rome Oil and Gas Company recently drilled two wells and hit oil in each well, which are "on the Rodgers Brothers 173 acre oil and gas lease located in the Flatwood area of Adair County, Kentucky. Adair County is located in south-central Kentucky," according to John Barksdale, President of Rome Oil, a subsidiary of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate. Mr. Barksdale stated, "We plan to drill between 5-10 additional wells on this lease."

According to Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix, "Each additional well that we drill and hit oil allows Phoenix to further develop its drilling and exploration program. When the snow melts in the spring, we plan to drill on each of our two Wyoming leases and as our team expands in the spring and summer of 2006, we plan to drill on our Nevada lease in addition to continued drilling on our Kentucky leases. Each of the six Phoenix leases, which total over 11,500 acres, is expected to allow Phoenix to further expand its oil and gas division."

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

This press release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate and members of its management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.

For More Information Contact:
Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 292-0982
Email Contact
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Gary Owen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
Ya beat me to it! I was following Bond's link and saw that PR, too!

Follow Bond's link to see the press release above on Pinksheets.com!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
NICE! Just the beginning of good things to come.

I use alphatrade Phoenixx... I really like it
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
Jeebus! What's with all the selling all of a sudden?! Is this what PRs do?! Bad PR, BAD! Go to your house!

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Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Buy on rumor...Sell on news, I guess!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
selling on the news.......Not me..getting more on the dip here and waiting for sand and gravel!
 
Posted by Phoenixx on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
NICE! Just the beginning of good things to come.

I use alphatrade Phoenixx... I really like it

Thanks [Smile]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Intraday is down. I'm ONLY looking at a buying opportunity here.

gonna' take it here....

Good luck all. Looking for it to bounce back up.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
COME ON FILL ME........LOL

I'll take ANYTHING in the 4's. LOL
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Just a small mm shake flipper and day trader when this is done we go again
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
Why does a PR have to equate to:

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...I just don't get it....especially when it's good news. Silly market, you make no sense. I love you! ...What?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Phoenix Provides Update on Oil Drilling Program
Jan 10, 2006 11:09:00 AM
COVINGTON, LA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 01/10/06 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS) is pleased to announce that Rome Oil hit oil on one of its three Kentucky leases over the recent holiday. According to C. G. Collins, Petroleum Engineer, "Each well could produce as much as 15,000 to 18,000 barrels of oil over its life. This expected production is in addition to what has already been recovered on this lease."

Rome Oil and Gas Company recently drilled two wells and hit oil in each well, which are "on the Rodgers Brothers 173 acre oil and gas lease located in the Flatwood area of Adair County, Kentucky. Adair County is located in south-central Kentucky," according to John Barksdale, President of Rome Oil, a subsidiary of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate. Mr. Barksdale stated, "We plan to drill between 5-10 additional wells on this lease."


GO BABY!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
GOT more and Intraday MACD gonna' cross and go back up. Hope you all loaded up here.
COME ON .07!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
Just a small mm shake flipper and day trader when this is done we go again

Right!! Apparently some think this is THE news!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by f8less:
Why does a PR have to equate to:



...I just don't get it....especially when it's good news. Silly market, you make no sense. I love you! ...What?

People sell on news f8less, That is the way it's played. I was waiting for this.......LOL

thanks for the shares guys...........!
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
quote:
Originally posted by f8less:
Why does a PR have to equate to:



...I just don't get it....especially when it's good news. Silly market, you make no sense. I love you! ...What?

People sell on news f8less, That is the way it's played. I was waiting for this.......LOL

thanks for the shares guys...........!

I know, I'm just trying to be sarcastic and keep peoples spirits up with a laugh during the dips. Stocks are fun! Like a rollercoaster ride! I just enjoy it when they build a really tall one! ;O)
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
OK, I've bought more... it can run now!
[Smile]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
ok DC got more,,,RUN PBLS!

LOL me too!
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
I got some more too... Hey are we expecting anymore news? What will make this run now? Thanks!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I got more too!
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
go go gadget stock rise!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL, yeah, expecting Great news from Sand and Gravel.......as well as now expecting more from the other additional wells that will be drilled....

OPEN SKIES once we break the 5's!!!!

Almost back at HOD.......Good for all that made bank and sold and good for us longs that were able to pick some more up on their sells!!!!!

Worked out great for all of us!!!!!!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
lil, wonder where Prefect is. Didnt he say around page 1 or 2 this stock wasnt goin' anywhere? [Roll Eyes] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Good Lord!

I might have to jump ship if PBLS keeps this up. What are you at now...a penny a day for the last three days straight???

Good Call!

The Bigfoot
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I don't know where he is now. Perhaps he owns it and feels he can't speak up without putting salt on his foot!

Was just saying to myself last night Bigfoot how "BIG" a penny really is........LOL

gonna' dip here and go back up.........!
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
This thing has just begun. I have all the shares I need. Go PBlS!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'd love a little more taber...Just would not fill it all at my price. I'll take what they were willing to give though........


GO BABY!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Yeah me too. I want more too! Should be a nice week!
 
Posted by NEL on :
 
Hey all! I am a newbie to this board but have been lurking for some time. Just starting to educate myself about stocks, etc. As a risk taker I gravitated to the penny and sub penny stocks for larger quantity purchases. I am in some winners and some losers (which will hopefully become winners!). AMEP, GSHF, ERUG, VRDM, CLBE, ITGJ, GZFX, DMTN, GWGO, SSTY and PBLS (up 145%) just to name a few. I've made some good money with APPL, PIXR, HPQ and TGLDX, but they aren't as thrilling as the pennies. Of corse working on getting rich like all of the rest of you.

Any idea how high PBLS might go or what a good exit point might be?
 
Posted by Cosmosis4 on :
 
Think it's too late to get in?
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
if y'all are lookin for prefect, you can find him at the bdwh imploding thread.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
It's not too late. Good time actually.

Welcome NEL.
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
It's definately not to late. Try to get in on a dip. This thing is going to go back to .12 easily. There is still great news to come! Good luck to all of us longs here!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I got more at .049 and looking for a break to .07 tomorrow. NO RESISTANCE AFTER THE 5's to .128!

Sand and Gravel should give us an update soon.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Lil. Help me feel better... I'm not liking this drop. Any idea what's happening? Is this just a shake or is it because of lunch or what?

How do L2s look anyone? How's it stacked?
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
weird, the spread really opened up now. .051/.054
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
there we go, it closed.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Shake and lunch is almost over seems we are following our same trading pattern. Looking for our end of day run nothing is in stone in this world but it looks like thats what it will do glad you guys picked more up. I am all in and I don't want to sell anything else now glta
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good day bond, lil, jelly and company!

Just got back to the computer for some pleasant news! Hope everyone is enjoying the ride!

Good luck to all!

Shark
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
Shake and lunch is almost over seems we are following our same trading pattern. Looking for our end of day run nothing is in stone in this world but it looks like thats what it will do glad you guys picked more up. I am all in and I don't want to sell anything else now glta

LOL bond, You're always one step ahead of me.

Lunch and a good selling day..Resuming the same trading pattern as our every day here.........We always stall at lunch or dip and then close near HOD.............

Still up over 10% for the day.......Just as we usually are at lunch..........

WHOOO-HOOOOOOOOOO!
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
My guess is we close at .056. Anyone else care to take a shot? (and I dont mean cuervo or wellers)lol
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Hi Shark..........It is wonderful yes!

not back to our regularly scheduled program......

Up we go, looking to pick up closer to the end of day.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Wow, already at .054, at this rate my guess of .056 can go out the window, could make it to .06 or higher!
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
i bet we bounce off of .06 and close .058.

tomorrow..........07
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
That would be really cool... You're my boy Blue! You're my boyyy.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'd take HOD or even here for another BEEEEAUTIFUL Candle!
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
Nothing but buys coming through right now... movin' up. .06 would be so nice!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
Just so we have this in writing. Everyone who is long and will not cry when we dip say I. The rest don't be greedy.

[Razz]
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
pennies, pennies, pennies. "I"

Taking profits is OK but if audits are released and you are not in you will be chasing on the way up. Thats OK though, money still there to be made. As for me I will just hold and if it does go back down it does and that is OK as I am comfortable with my decision. I honestly feel this is a no lose situation in the long run. Short term may be a different story. We shall see and good luck to all here.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I will be there with you Pennies, trying to add more after audits are released and chasing it for a bit. Part of my plan to add more when audits come.
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
IIIIIIIII.........IIIIIIIIIII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
when are the audits expected?
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I have heard everything from Jan. to June.

The only official PR released last year said no later than the end of 2nd quarter of 2006. That would be calendar year so June is the official word.

Phone call to Mulshine yesterday said no later than May 1. This is at least 2nd hand info though I believe the source is reliable.

Soon is the best I can tell ya.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Aye
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Well, if the plan to get off the pinks is for spring........I'd say the audit would be ready for March/April, JMO........

Lot's of good stuff to come with Sand and Gravel.....I'd bet, that's the next BIG PR!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
We need a stronger close than 0.052...c'mon let's go!!

Check in with everyone again tomorrow...going home...no computer at home.

Bye for now...
Shark
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Why is this going down? argh!

Holding, of course. But... argh!
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Hopefully just a bit of the sideways shuffle here... don't fear the reaper!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Catching her breath.Got the wind in her skirts, aint thru runnin' yet!
Right lil, and I would like more info on the Kentucky operations. Two new wells already is looking good. wwooofff
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
woof back atcha' DOG!
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
.052 on 31 million. a great day.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Man I was nervous, but ended up happy with the close.
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Figuring roughly 30,000 bbls over 1-2 years for the two new wells= $1.65 million(*$55/bbl).They will continue to produce at much lower level after that (stripper) w/5-10 more to be drilled.I'm lowballing everything. Hope they latched on to speedies rig thru the other wells!!! Rigs are in VERY short supply.Couple more leases (as I understand it) to drill, then Wyoming. Looking great. Revs from Murphy Sand & Gravel should be big too. Get profits up several times at ProGas. All very positive. I see .1 as possible psychological waystation on the way up near term. Dare I say .5 by spring? But then, I've always been a pessimist.
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Forgot to throw in 100 million share buyback which I believe has not yet started. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
i suspect, oildog, that your nicely termed 'psychological waystation' rests somewhere between .1 and .2.

i think without full transparency and a move off the pinks, .2 is the absolute cap to this stock.
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
You are right bluestater, but transparency will come with the audit report. I think it will climb above .2 before leaving pinks as/if successful wells are drilled and revs from their other divisions climb. JMHO
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Pardon my newbie ignorance, but how does share buyback help the company and the price of the stock?

Still learning....

Thanks,
Shark
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
two things: (1) reduces float (2) demonstrates confidence . . . make sense?
 
Posted by Zygore on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by pennnies:
I sold at my top. GLTA keep this run going then bring her down for me before a PR.. lol

[Big Grin]

"Just so we have this in writing. Everyone who is long and will not cry when we dip say I. The rest don't be greedy."

I will hold long as long as you do pennies...
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
I sold today at .051. I figured we were close to the top for now. I didn't figure it can keep climbing every day non stop. What do I know???
I was looking to fall back around the .03 range and then load up HEAVY. If it doesn't fall back, GLTA who are riding the train.

THOUGHT...seems like I can always manage to sell right before a big PR....go figure.
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
hey if you think it might still go up DQ you could probably get in tomorrow for not much more than where ya got out.
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
I guess we'll see what happens. For everyone's sake here I hope it goes up. For my sake I'm hoping it falls back to .02 or lower.
It's just that I have bought so many stocks and rode them way up and not sold only to watch them fall all the way back to where I bought them originally. I really do like this stock. It's one of the best I know on this board. I just hope I played the cards right and can get a large position (much larger than I had) before we rocket to .12 or .25 or where ever it gets to.

I first bought this at .005 and sold at .015 and thought I kicked a$$ only to watch it run to .12.
I felt like the biggest dumd a$$ one this board.
Good luck all!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
You were'nt the only one DQ, I sold BELOW .01 the first time! No wooff there. [Frown]
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
hi MACD,

are there any contract possibilities for PBLS with the levy construction going on in New Orleans?

Thanks.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
OMG Laint, are you serious? You keep asking the same question over and over. READ the DD I posted for you yesterday, Hell read the PR from today!
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
I'm sorry Jelly, where do they talk about any contracts for the Sand & Gravel company in the PR today?

sorry if I missed your dd yesterday. thanks.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
http://www.pbls.biz/msg.htm On their website, there is the mining division info.

http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm Here are all their PR's, except for todays.

All DD is on the first page of this thread. And they don't talk about it in today's PR, I was being a little snotty, I'm sorry. It just seemed from your posts that you hadn't done any DD yourself. And I reposted all the ino for ya after you asked yesterday. What's there is what we all know. Again, sorry for being a snot.
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
no probelm jelly. I will check it out. thanks for your prompt response.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by DQ.:
I guess we'll see what happens. For everyone's sake here I hope it goes up. For my sake I'm hoping it falls back to .02 or lower.
It's just that I have bought so many stocks and rode them way up and not sold only to watch them fall all the way back to where I bought them originally. I really do like this stock. It's one of the best I know on this board. I just hope I played the cards right and can get a large position (much larger than I had) before we rocket to .12 or .25 or where ever it gets to.

I first bought this at .005 and sold at .015 and thought I kicked a$$ only to watch it run to .12.
I felt like the biggest dumd a$$ one this board.
Good luck all!

DQ...........Green is good at no matter what price you sell.........

Don't think .02 will be the retrace when it does retrace but, YOU DID GOOD!

Good for you!
 
Posted by trader_adam on :
 
If tomorrow or anyday this week has a plus 50% gain, I'm bailing for a little to let it resettle. I think there will be some major profit takers like after the first big bang.
 
Posted by Aquahelix on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by trader_adam:
If tomorrow or anyday this week has a plus 50% gain, I'm bailing for a little to let it resettle. I think there will be some major profit takers like after the first big bang.

Carefull, it is MUCH harder to bail when a stock goes down fast, then selling when it's going up.
 
Posted by Aquahelix on :
 
I got in at .019, and out at .016, RIGHT BEFORE this mega uptrend started. UHHHHH I HATE MY SELF AND I WANT TO DIE!!!!!!!!!111 why god why :***


Anyway if I were you, I would get out, or sell half my holdings starting tommorow. But that's if I were you, which im not.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
If we were you we would have sold at .016, and not get back in again.

LOL Sorry, you set yourself uP!
 
Posted by trader_adam on :
 
Thanks for your input aqua, I'm sorry about your miscalculation. Move on to something else!

What are people's thoughts on what to expect from this stock for the next couple days. This run cannot last forever...
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LMAO Jelly!
Sorry Aqua....she's right.....you set yourself up for that one......
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by trader_adam:
Thanks for your input aqua, I'm sorry about your miscalculation. Move on to something else!

What are people's thoughts on what to expect from this stock for the next couple days. This run cannot last forever...

I think it will retrace to the low to mid 4's....When? I dunno' depends on tomorrow I guess. Will see what happens at the open.

But IMO, When it does retrace it won't be for long. People don't want to be out of this long...They'll look for a small dip and get back in fast.........Don't want to be caught with your PBLS pants down!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
quote:
Don't want to be caught with your PBLS pants down! [/QB]
LMAO It's true. I have to say. I flipped it and felt nauseous til I got back in. LOL
 
Posted by Aquahelix on :
 
Don't laugh at me! [Frown]

Well...it was pretty funny heh...but still!

The same thing happend with UPDA, I bought at .23, sold at .16 and the day after it goes up 50%.

Jebus...
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Aquahelix:
Carefull, it is MUCH harder to bail when a stock goes down fast, then selling when it's going up.

Very true, when it starts tanking I have to put in my sell order somewhat lower otherwise it may not get filled. Thats if its a true pullback/tank and not just indecision... I left this one to play in another, but it helped me recoup some funds that I lost because I DIDN'T SET MY STOP LOSS - IDIOT!! [Smile]
 
Posted by smallstuff on :
 
I know where I'll begin to take my profits and I have no doubt we'll get there, dips or pullbacks notwithstanding. This is a gem in the rough slowly being polished IMO. It has 1) real assets 2) real earnings 3) loads of potential and 4) seems to actually be heading toward "off pink" status instead of just saying that.

I'm hoping to play with "free shares" after a few more good days. I realize there may be a pullback before we get there, and so be it. It might be a good time to jump in if/when that happens, because I think PBLS is only going up.

Keep on truckin' PBLS!!
 
Posted by NYstockLouver on :
 
Good Morning to PBLS land. I personally think I'll wait it out for a Big bang. I truly believe in this one and have a few friends on Wall Street looking into it. Early talk from them is this could be $$$ in the bank. There opinion is to hold the 125,000 at .0195 and sit back and enjoy the ride. Maybe then I could buy my own brand new BMW instead of there used ones LOL.... GLTA
I don't get on much, but I enjoy DD's and post from Lilpenny,Jelly,Bond Thanks Matt NYC
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Thanks Tex.

Shark
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning all PBLS'ers, Lil, Jelly, bond and others!

Hope today is another day in the GREEN. Good luck and have fun today!

Shark
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning Shark and all pbls fans that are on line. Going to be a busy day for me i will be in and out all day pbls is sure getting very interesting now. Our pps now depends on news 4 major market letters are following pbls now that sure makes a difference when it comes to exposer.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good morning bond, jelly, shark, oil, Matt.......all!

Aqua, LOL, I was not laughing at you, sorry.

It was jelly's comment.

We've all been in your boat and can relate.

Good luck all.............

My little one is sick so, I'll try and be on today as much as possible but, She's in need of a Dr.s visit so I may be in and out today.
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Hope that Little Lil feels better...

Shark
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Thanks shark..............Me too
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I hope your daughter feels better?

Does anyone have L2s for pinks? If so, how are we stacked up for opening this morning?
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Warped, it ususally doesn't matter on L2's until closer to the open. Most of the MM's haven't opened yet. As of now its's...
.05 and .052 (but they haven't opened)
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
How does one get L2's for pinks?

Shark
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I get mine through Alphatrade
 
Posted by peateargriffon on :
 
two ways of playing this:

1. Buy and sell and buy and sell...you become a nervous wreck wondering if you bought low enough, but then wonder if it dips then you might sell. When you do, you may get screwed if it takes off. Then you may get into this after a loss, just to get back in, not realizing you are buying at a peak, then feel like you have to pull the trigger when the air lets out.

2. You buy at a price that you are happy with, hopefully a lower one. Now you just wait. Maybe on a big upward run you take some profits, but you hold the lion's share because you believe in the company and the potential LONG TERM. The key here is that you just wait.


I've been into this stock for months now (bought after the run, and an averaged at a comfortable price). I saw it go to .013 just like most of you and everyone on every board painicked. And rightfully so. But as terrible a feeling as it was, I was just thinking of all that PBLS has going for it and took a deep breath and waited.

What I am saying is that if you beleive in this, try to hold back the emotion and look down the road at the prize. But if emotions do take over, it's understandable, I would hate to see someone buy in at say .03, watch it drop to .015, get scared and sell, then watch this past week and a half and just.... well that's just it.

I hope this helps some of you because in the past I would've panicked and sold to save my money, and it's not to say that some stocks don't tank. But the next time you wonder if this run is going to end and you want to cash out, you can cash out and get back in, or play it safe (if you believe in this one) with the thought that even higher prices may come.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Good post, and welcome. I just gave you 5 stars [Smile] (Can you give me 5 stars? [Wink] )

Jelly, can you post L2s when we are closer to open? Thanks.

I'm staying long on this... but I spent about $500 the other day that will require a fed call next Tuesday. So that's why I'm asking for L2s... I'm thinking about pulling the $500 and keeping the free shares I received. Do you guys think this will retrace between now and Tuesday? If it retraces, how far do you think it'll go and how long will it stay there? Any educated guesses? I'd like to buy $500 more again, once it's dipped... that'll buy me a few days before my new fed call. Thanks for your thoughts.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
I hope your daughter feels better?

Does anyone have L2s for pinks? If so, how are we stacked up for opening this morning?

Yes, daughter. And, thanks..

And I use alphatrade as well,

NITE just opened.......He closed yesterday at .052 and is now top of the ASK at .053!

Good sign!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Lil, can you answer my retracement questions? What do you recommend I do? I have a $500 fed call on Tuesday and don't know if I should try to hang in there till then, or if I should cover that call today.
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Lil,

Again, my ignorance shines through....what do you mean by "NITE just opened?"

I can't thank all of you for all your help and advice.

A very grateful, Shark
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
NITE would be updating their BID/ASK which shows on the L2s, they are open, setting up shop, getting ready to steal your Kool-Aid, etc
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
This is the best thread I have ever been in. thanks to everyone for their good posts and DDs.

It helps a lot. Thanks.

PBLS..way to go!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
sorry warped, Yes, I think it will retrace before next tues without news.

Whe
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
sorry warped, Yes, I think it will retrace before next tues without news.

When and how much? Don't know
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
ok, thanks lil.
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Pretty slow this morning...
 
Posted by Aquahelix on :
 
I think the run down is starting. If I was in this I would sell now.
Looks like I was right yesterday [Smile]

I could also be wrong of course. GLTA!
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
I sold yesterday, but I may well be back later this week. [Smile]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
L2s anyone please? how are we stacked?
 
Posted by Aquahelix on :
 
2x .043 1x .044
2x .042 1x .045
7x .04 1x.049
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Aquahelix:
I think the run down is starting. If I was in this I would sell now.
Looks like I was right yesterday [Smile]

I could also be wrong of course. GLTA!

I tried to tell them yesturday.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
yup, looks like we are going to retrace here.

Buy, when they are selling if you haven't already sold.

This is where I get more, On the lows.

If you are holding long, This dip may turn your stomach but, Will go back up.

This is a retrace and is needed and healthy!

Good luck all! and Hang on!
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
yup, looks like we are going to retrace here.

Buy, when they are selling if you haven't already sold.

This is where I get more, On the lows.

If you are holding long, This dip may turn your stomach but, Will go back up.

This is a retrace and is needed and healthy!

Good luck all! and Hang on!

lol lil you are not holding this.......

u crazy boo.

[Razz]
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
And the carnage begins!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
No carnage. Buying op!! [Big Grin] Better buy quick,going back up!
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
FWIW, I am not in PBLS right now, but here is what I see in the charts...

1) She is extremely overbought and needs a correction, which is what we are now seeing
2) IMHO, we should see a 50% retrace from the runs high, which gives a good support at .026-.027ish (.055 divided by 2)
3) This pps support target also just so happens to correspond to the 50dma

This is a good stock people, don't get scared by this drop... What we see are the day traders jumping out taking a profit and moving on. When news comes again, it will move upward!

My goal is to free up some cash tomorrow, and put in a buy order for .027. It may hit, it may not.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just got another 16000! at .039! I love this!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Check the chart again Jeff, it's retracing back up. Not sure it'll stay, but I picked up more.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by pennnies:
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
yup, looks like we are going to retrace here.

Buy, when they are selling if you haven't already sold.

This is where I get more, On the lows.

If you are holding long, This dip may turn your stomach but, Will go back up.

This is a retrace and is needed and healthy!

Good luck all! and Hang on!

lol lil you are not holding this.......

u crazy boo.

[Razz]

Yes, Just added more at .039!

Are you kidding? This is my baby right now! I love holding my babies!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
This is super sweeet. It's bringing the RSI down to a healthy level and I was able to get more.

This is playing out beautifully!!!!!!!
GO BABY!

 -

good support at .04!
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
Yeah, I think the dip is done. Consolidation time to build for another pop.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'm so happy right now.........I love my buy at .039! Anything in the 4's is sweeeeeeeeeet!
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
I think PBLS just gave me the finger on the consolidation idea. I wish I had more $$ around .02. I would have bought so much more. Damnm you IFLB, you ate all my money...and PBLS gave it all back. Greedy IFLB!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
lol f8, yeah, it doesn't want to sit still.
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
On a side note, cherry max cola and Good and Plenty....best breakfast EVER!!!
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by f8less:
On a side note, cherry max cola and Good and Plenty....best breakfast EVER!!!

How old are you? 8??? get to school! lol
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by clintonj:
quote:
Originally posted by f8less:
On a side note, cherry max cola and Good and Plenty....best breakfast EVER!!!

How old are you? 8??? get to school! lol
I'm at work. My boss is such an ass for making me be here so early! ....wait....that's me.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL, I'm having a twizzler and a coffee now....

too funny, the breakfast of traders.....

Gonna' dip here on intraday, nuther chance to load up!
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
[Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin] funny
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by FatherOfTwo:
FWIW, I am not in PBLS right now, but here is what I see in the charts...

1) She is extremely overbought and needs a correction, which is what we are now seeing
2) IMHO, we should see a 50% retrace from the runs high, which gives a good support at .026-.027ish (.055 divided by 2)
3) This pps support target also just so happens to correspond to the 50dma

This is a good stock people, don't get scared by this drop... What we see are the day traders jumping out taking a profit and moving on. When news comes again, it will move upward!

My goal is to free up some cash tomorrow, and put in a buy order for .027. It may hit, it may not.

Very well put, FOT. She was way overbought 2 days ago IMO. Looks like a healthy correction to me. Jeez, I hesitate to even call it a correction. Just healthy! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by STL_COP on :
 
What is the hot news we are waiting for from these guys?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
nice and healthy I hope some of you bought back in and I hope none of you got bushwacked by that little ruse
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Didn't dip much did it. LOL

Going up again, too much buying pressure,

The chart is looking healthy again. RSI nice here.

I'm soooooooooooooo HAPPY, the baby's chillin!

 -
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
bushwacked. Bond I love that.

Will someone bushwack me please?

I'm happy with my buying of more at .039
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If anybody thinks you are still going to get this stock for .05 in Febuary after the form 10 comes out lol. If you have the money I suggest that you load the truck up now . IMHO
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
STL-COP, go to page ONE and read the DD. Also read the PR's on their website. Lots of good stuff coming. It's all on this thread.
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 

 
Posted by STL_COP on :
 
Right On! Thanks!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
If anybody thinks you are still going to get this stock for .05 in Febuary after the form 10 comes out lol. If you have the money I suggest that you load the truck up now . IMHO

YUP!
What bond said!
 
Posted by peateargriffon on :
 
posted January 11, 2006 09:05
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
two ways of playing this:

1. Buy and sell and buy and sell...you become a nervous wreck wondering if you bought low enough, but then wonder if it dips then you might sell. When you do, you may get screwed if it takes off. Then you may get into this after a loss, just to get back in, not realizing you are buying at a peak, then feel like you have to pull the trigger when the air lets out.

2. You buy at a price that you are happy with, hopefully a lower one. Now you just wait. Maybe on a big upward run you take some profits, but you hold the lion's share because you believe in the company and the potential LONG TERM. The key here is that you just wait.


Sorry to toot my horn, but I hope someone considered this at 905, because I'm sure someone panicked and is now wondering what to do. LONG AND STRONG
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
If they panicked.........I'd get back in.

I agree, .04 and 5's will be long gone soon.

This is ONLY a retrace, It had to come down some.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
boo, missed my chances to buy more under .04!
[Frown]
maybe next time (if there is a next time).
*sigh*
now rise, riiiiiiiiiiiise!!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I got more at .039 DC.........But was willing to pay anything in the 4's......

It's all good!

Lunch time slow down coming soon.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
I'm in Cali and slept a little late (uh oh!)
Woke up to this crossing upward over .04.
I put in the order for .039, but I was too late!
But I'm not worried, holding long and strong...
What, me, worry?
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Hour and a half on the phone with the boss [Mad] [Mad] So much for a "day off" [Mad]
Uhh,could we repeat that dip please,missed the chance to get some. Envy you lil!
Think this will sit in the hi .04's-low .05's for a while. Consolidate I guess.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by OILDOG:
Hour and a half on the phone with the boss [Mad] [Mad] So much for a "day off" [Mad]
Uhh,could we repeat that dip please,missed the chance to get some. Envy you lil!
Think this will sit in the hi .04's-low .05's for a while. Consolidate I guess.

Fine with me Dog........My whoo-hooo's could use a break. LOL
 
Posted by bluestater on :
 
ma'am,

sorry to hear 'bout yer wooo-hooo's.

hope they are better soon.

bluestater
 
Posted by drtoez on :
 
Going to dip towards 50 day, probably consolidate around .026-.029. Then take off for another run.
 
Posted by drtoez on :
 
Going to dip towards 50 day, probably consolidate around .026-.029. Then take off for another run.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
DOn't think it'll drop that low dr......

perhaps the mid to high 3's at the most but, I think that's it
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by drtoez:
Going to dip towards 50 day, probably consolidate around .026-.029. Then take off for another run.

Why do people do this? Fine to say it's gonna dip, but to actually put a price on it, like you can predict it's future and freak people out. Be gone with you!
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I'm not gonna try and guess. I guessed .056 for a close yesterday-lol.

Not worried one bit though. The fundamentals of the company have not changed and that is and will be the driving force behind this stock.

I still do not agree with those who think the price has come back down because it was overbought. RSI over 70 doesnt mean a whole lot with PBLS.

"Here is my 2 cents on RSI and other indicators that mark overbought/oversold status. First and foremost it works best on bigger board stocks, not on pinks or even OTCBB. Second if a stock is in a strong uptrend you should forget using RSI as an exit point when reaching 70 or higher. This is true on any exchange.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=NTRI,uu[h,a]daclyyay[dd][pd20,2!c200!f][vc60][iLl14!Lb14...

Way too many more examples to post this occurence.

If you were to have based an exit point on RSI with PBLS you would have exited around 1.5 cents and missed the run to .12. Most of the run to .12 was done in an overbought status.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=pbls,uu[h,a]daclyyay[dc][pd20,2!c200!f][vc60][iLl14!Lb14...

Now here is an example of how you can use an indicator to buy and sell a stock.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=ABV,uu[h,a]daclyyay[db][pd20,2!c200!f][vc60][iLl14!Lb10]...

Not perfect but definitely gives you an indication.

One more where STO works pretty well though I missed the last one.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=BBV,uu[h,a]daclyyay[dc][pd20,2!c200!f][vc60][iLl14!Lh14,...

In short, forget about RSI going above 70 with PBLS. All IMO"

macdrsirules
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Hey Bond, we need to get ourselves one of them signature thingamajiggies, like lils.

Something like,

OK Five minutes sitting here and couldnt thank of a good one. SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by macdrsirules:
I'm not gonna try and guess. I guessed .056 for a close yesterday-lol.

Not worried one bit though. The fundamentals of the company have not changed and that is and will be the driving force behind this stock.

I still do not agree with those who think the price has come back down because it was overbought. RSI over 70 doesnt mean a whole lot with PBLS.

"Here is my 2 cents on RSI and other indicators that mark overbought/oversold status. First and foremost it works best on bigger board stocks, not on pinks or even OTCBB. Second if a stock is in a strong uptrend you should forget using RSI as an exit point when reaching 70 or higher. This is true on any exchange.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=NTRI,uu[h,a]daclyyay[dd][pd20,2!c200!f][vc60][iLl14!Lb14...

Way too many more examples to post this occurence.

If you were to have based an exit point on RSI with PBLS you would have exited around 1.5 cents and missed the run to .12. Most of the run to .12 was done in an overbought status.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=pbls,uu[h,a]daclyyay[dc][pd20,2!c200!f][vc60][iLl14!Lb14...

Now here is an example of how you can use an indicator to buy and sell a stock.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=ABV,uu[h,a]daclyyay[db][pd20,2!c200!f][vc60][iLl14!Lb10]...

Not perfect but definitely gives you an indication.

One more where STO works pretty well though I missed the last one.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=BBV,uu[h,a]daclyyay[dc][pd20,2!c200!f][vc60][iLl14!Lh14,...

In short, forget about RSI going above 70 with PBLS. All IMO"

macdrsirules

Interesting, mac. Makes a lot of sense though. So you'd attribute today's movement strictly to profit taking?
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Yay, I just picked up some more...
now, I say... rise! rise!
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Flip me, Small volume equalled a drop from .052 to below .04, Sure there was some profit taking but I think it should be noted that the MM's hurriedly dropped the price from .052 to .04 on relatively small volume. Make of that what you want. Got to go be back tonight.

Good luck
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
quote:
Originally posted by pennnies:
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
yup, looks like we are going to retrace here.

Buy, when they are selling if you haven't already sold.

This is where I get more, On the lows.

If you are holding long, This dip may turn your stomach but, Will go back up.

This is a retrace and is needed and healthy!

Good luck all! and Hang on!

lol lil you are not holding this.......

u crazy boo.

[Razz]

Yes, Just added more at .039!

Are you kidding? This is my baby right now! I love holding my babies!

I agree this stock is great, but had to sell once I was over a double.. lol

[Wink]
 
Posted by FlipMe on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by macdrsirules:
Flip me, Small volume equalled a drop from .052 to below .04, Sure there was some profit taking but I think it should be noted that the MM's hurriedly dropped the price from .052 to .04 on relatively small volume. Make of that what you want. Got to go be back tonight.

Good luck

Good old MMs. Thanks for the input, mac. Much appreciated.
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
Put a buy in 10 minutes ago for some at .039 and it won't fill and this thing seems frozen. On the L2's there's very little happening. My trade isn't for sure yet. Wonder what's going on.
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
Well that took forever but it finally filled! Okay, back to .05!!!!! [Smile]
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
jumped in. looks like we will see a little push EOD
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
good buys. most sells were mirrors

 -
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
why do they do those mirror trades?
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
to keep the money flow/pps balanced
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
hopefully this is just a pullback like the last run over the summer.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=PBLS,uu[w,a]dacayyay[dc][pb50!b200!f][vc60][iUb14!La12,26,9]&pref=G
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
You mean in the fall? Looks pretty flat in the summer.
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
LiL'... I guess I picked the top pretty good yesterday. I'm patting myself on the back right now. Trouble is I shoved most all my money in EFCR this morning (looks good) and now I don't have any to get back in PBLS at the moment. Hopefully I can make some qiuck bank and get back in before the train leaves the station. toot...toot.
GLTA!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I was hoping to close at .04 at least, but not too shabby. Love the last $10,000 buy!!
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
september
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
I was hoping to close at .04 at least, but not too shabby. Love the last $10,000 buy!!


 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
Anyone think this will rebound tomorrow? Or do you think this down trend will continue?
 
Posted by Zygore on :
 
Date Open High Low Last Change Volume % Change
01/11/06 0.0530 0.0530 0.0380 0.0390 -0.0130 24242512 -25.00%


Composite Indicator
Trend Spotter TM Buy

Short Term Indicators
7 Day Average Directional Indicator Buy
10 - 8 Day Moving Average Hilo Channel Buy
20 Day Moving Average vs Price Buy
20 - 50 Day MACD Oscillator Sell
20 Day Bollinger Bands Hold

Short Term Indicators Average: 40% - Buy
20-Day Average Volume - 15211355

Medium Term Indicators
40 Day Commodity Channel Index Buy
50 Day Moving Average vs Price Buy
20 - 100 Day MACD Oscillator Sell
50 Day Parabolic Time/Price Buy

Medium Term Indicators Average: 50% - Buy
50-Day Average Volume - 11385582

Long Term Indicators
60 Day Commodity Channel Index Buy
100 Day Moving Average vs Price Buy
50 - 100 Day MACD Oscillator Sell

Long Term Indicators Average: 33% - Buy
100-Day Average Volume - 14256166

Overall Average: 48% - Buy

Price Support Pivot Point Resistance

0.0390 0.0283 0.0433 0.0583




I'm still Holding Strong!!!! Who is with me?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by kilerb:
Anyone think this will rebound tomorrow? Or do you think this down trend will continue?

I think it trades sideways tomorrow......I dunno'. Retraces are funny, Don't see it dipping too much more......

Then back up...........the bounce up is gonna' be FUN!
 
Posted by realperson on :
 
Im in and in again * .04
But
With all this holding Co owns, the land, the oil wells,and a good size sand a gravel pit right on top of the Katrina rebuild, why is the PPS so low

Its not like they have trillions of shares out like QBID
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
I sold most of my shares this morning when I saw the sells starting to go through. Got lucky and sold em at .051. Then I had that big problem with Etrade and couldn't buy on the dip. Luckily it dipped again after everything was fixed and I got in for more shares than I had before at .039. Wait, is that lucky? I guess we'll find out tomorrow! [Smile] I think it's a good buy though.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
If most of you are like me you spend at least twice the amount of time looking at your penny stocks and half the amount of time looking at where most of your money is and that is most likely in stocks on the major exchanges.

Why is that?

BECAUSE THIS IS SO MUCH MORE FUN!!!!!

I am a big believer if PBLS and plan to add much, much more when audits are released but I think it would be appropriate to start a thread on stocks on major exchanges that are at their entry points only posting stocks that you will enter your own money in. There are not many threads out there that address the bigger board stocks. Cashmakers does have a good one and he does very well with it but it is a thread for him to post on only. A thread we could start to show good entries seems like a good idea to me.

Anyone else agree? Feel free to PM me to reply.

GO PBLS

macdrsirules
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
I picked up more shares today at .041. I'm psyched for the next run! (whenever that may be... hopefully real soon )
Staying long and hoping for the best...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by macdrsirules:
If most of you are like me you spend at least twice the amount of time looking at your penny stocks and half the amount of time looking at where most of your money is and that is most likely in stocks on the major exchanges.

Why is that?

BECAUSE THIS IS SO MUCH MORE FUN!!!!!

I am a big believer if PBLS and plan to add much, much more when audits are released but I think it would be appropriate to start a thread on stocks on major exchanges that are at their entry points only posting stocks that you will enter your own money in. There are not many threads out there that address the bigger board stocks. Cashmakers does have a good one and he does very well with it but it is a thread for him to post on only. A thread we could start to show good entries seems like a good idea to me.

Anyone else agree? Feel free to PM me to reply.

GO PBLS

macdrsirules

my focus is shifting to NAZ...are you saying we could use a forum such as "Big-Board Plays" ? Or, would you make distinctions among them?
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Big board plays sounds fine to me. I think it should be limited to AMEX, Nasdaq or NYSE. Thats my thought.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
second that emotion...
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
That would be sweet.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'm up for it!
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
I would be in on that one too.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
ditto
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
looking forward to the AM to see what happens
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Count me in...
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good morning all!!!!!!

I think the retrace goes on till late today but back up tomorrow.

Trading sideways today, I don't see too much more of a dip. JMO!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
good BID support on L2's and thin on the ASK

2x.038
4x.0376

1x.039
1x.0395
1x.04
1x.045
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
nice l2s
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
AND.........OMG! Sharkone.......You're a NUT!

Nice pic in the profile......Not this Jersey gurl.
No swimmin' with the sharks for me!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning all PBLS'ers!

Shark
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
It amazes me how little it takes to drive this thing down. Like every sell drops it another tick. Something tell me every buy wouldn't raise it a tick. I know mine didn't.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
It's going the wrong way!!!
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by kilerb:
It amazes me how little it takes to drive this thing down. Like every sell drops it another tick. Something tell me every buy wouldn't raise it a tick. I know mine didn't.

Stocks always go down faster than up, its harder to win confidence than it is to scare people. Thats why some say, short selling makes you richer.
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
well, maybe it'll stop before it gets into the 2's. I think we need about 5 more sells to get there though the way this thing is dropping from each sale.
 
Posted by shomethamoney on :
 
I don't know about everyone else, but this drop doesn't bother me at all. I will be able to get back in where I wanted to in the first place. Just remember we were at .013 in a little less than a month and then up to .05. Load up where you think it will bottom and then wait for .05 again or higher. This stock will take off again. Look at all those who left at .013. They lost their shirts and some of us made out like bandits!!! GO PBLS!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
it's not like we were not aware this would happen.

It's getting to a healthy area now. Gonna' sit on .031 for some more.
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
if you knew it was going to do this, why didn't you sell and then get back in after?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
OK got some more at .031, you're sellin', I'm buyin'.

Good luck all!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
OK, Retraced our 50% from .058!!!!!!!

It's all up from here!
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
Damn E*Trade is messed up. The real time quote has said .037/.039 since we opened. Glad I have the L2's to look at.
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Is anyone here for the long haul?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
SAM! I Am!!!!!!!!!

Lol, hey Sam darlin'.

Come and join the family....It's great here!

Time to buy is NOW!
Intraday chart shows a dip coming......Get it, I'm loading up, think this will be the last dip for me!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
WOW a 10 million share blow off if you are going to have a pull back thats the way it should be. Just going to wait for the pr that will come some day and put us to .07
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Hi sweet Lil. I have to go to a meeting. Let me do some DD. Thanks [Smile]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just read the whole front page!
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Ok
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
When is this PR expected?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Kilerb I would next week or so but could be any time
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Ugh. I wish I sold before to buy back in now.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
me too, me too
 
Posted by Neptunetrader94 on :
 
looks like .031-.033 is the low pt.
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
I am in Lil.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thanks for the pm Lil I hope all of us are still together that was a ride I am all in so I can,t take advantage of this situation whish I could . So I will just enjoy the games for a while
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Hey, how bout those of you who have money try to all buy this stock at once? Maybe a group play would get this moving in the right direction? Just wondering.
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Good morning. Didnt expect it to dip this low. Just kidding yesterday about repeating the dip! Oh well. More wells to be drilled. More good new to come!
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
It's all tied up in the PBLS I bought at .039 yesterday. Wish I waited another day. Ya never know. If I had cash in there i'd be right now for sure.
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
I'm in for the long haul from my .0195 entry.
 
Posted by RWGATORBLUE on :
 
Bought at .0255 and sold at.047. Made a nice profit. Maybe I'll buy back later.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Great Sam and welcome.......

warped It does not need a group to run it. It needs to retrace for it to stay healthy, That's one of the things I love about PBLS, So predictable. We have been waiting for this drop and it will run naturally.

I went out and picked up some more at .031 while gone.

I am really loaded here now and can't buy any more.

I'm set and ready!
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
E*Trade stilllll says .037/.039 on the real time quotes. So lame!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Sorry if I sound ignorant here...

but why would this bounce back after a retrace if we don't have any new news? Why did this shoot up on it's own anyways? I'm just trying to make sense of the movement (remember, I'm a newb)
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
IT ran warped as all are seeing the potential here.

It got overbought and news came out so people sold.

This is basic trading.....101, nothing strange about what is happening.......This is the way TRUE trading goes.....

it has retraced and now will trade sideways (IMO) and then go back up once it settles.

Again, NOTHING strange about this. It is what I, Jelly, Oildog, Bond and others have been saying since it began getting over bought.

Have a good day all. Will be gone till just before the close......

Enjoy!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
IT ran warped as all are seeing the potential here.

It got overbought and news came out so people sold.

This is basic trading.....101, nothing strange about what is happening.......This is the way TRUE trading goes.....

it has retraced and now will trade sideways (IMO) and then go back up once it settles.

Again, NOTHING strange about this. It is what I, Jelly, Oildog, Bond and others have been saying since it began getting over bought.

Have a good day all. Will be gone till just before the close......

Enjoy!

ECHO that!

Btw I got more at .03 and very happy!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like we have bottomed in the low threes. I guess if you are going to have a blow out or a tech correction after a long run thats the way to have it just keep the oxygen bottle close for those that have a week heart.

This is nothing but an opportunity for those on the side lines to get in now. If anything they fundamentals are better now than they were 30 days ago. And we all have the chance to buy a better stock for less money in a way the market is saying it is a better stock. We started our run from a price of .013 to .056 after a 10 million share blow off in about 1 hour we seem to have stabilized at .032 so that means the next run will most likley take us higher than .056 all IMHO
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by FatherOfTwo:
FWIW, I am not in PBLS right now, but here is what I see in the charts...

1) She is extremely overbought and needs a correction, which is what we are now seeing
2) IMHO, we should see a 50% retrace from the runs high, which gives a good support at .026-.027ish (.055 divided by 2)
3) This pps support target also just so happens to correspond to the 50dma

This is a good stock people, don't get scared by this drop... What we see are the day traders jumping out taking a profit and moving on. When news comes again, it will move upward!

My goal is to free up some cash tomorrow, and put in a buy order for .027. It may hit, it may not.

50% retrace is very typical of what a penny stock will do when it runs up like PBLS did!

I thought the high during the run was .055, when in actuality, it was .058, which means the 50% retrace would bring it back to .029, which it hit today!

I have many times sold a stock during a run near the high and then rebought when it retraces the 50%. I set my buy just above the 50% point while it is still retracing, and then I am one of the first to get filled there!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
And etrade I want to say thank you for the mess this morning with my l
L2's and account
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Oh bond, I called them and went off on them. They gave me 7 free trades (which I had to ask for) and they adjusted my buy in price to .03 instead of .0325 Since they were down.


ASK back up and intraday looks good!
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
actually it was .056
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good for you jelly hope all is well
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Looking better here.

.034 by .035
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
Looking better here.

.034 by .035

Yes, starting to recover.Looking good, should keep climbing.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
EOD run? .034 X .036
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
Hey Jelly, you're in this one too huh? That's right, I knew I recognized your name from somewhere besides CGHI. I wish i could see the real time quotes. Etrade has never had problems with that and now it's been at .037/.039 since open! Everything else seems to be working fine... Just not PBLS!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Etrade blows today.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
GOOOOOOOOOOOO!
 
Posted by tilt on :
 
im a newbie and i got in a .016 and im relying on you guys to tell me when to sell.... And thanks for the tip!
 
Posted by tilt on :
 
i mean .0189
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
Came home to see I got back in at .03. Not as many shares as I would have liked to have bought but at least I'm back on the train with my belt fastened. GLTA.
 
Posted by Aquahelix on :
 
See guys this is what happens when you have a stock run up like this, you get the *beer goggles* effect. You need some people to knock some reality back in. As I said, I would of sold at .052 because it was just about do go down, but nooooo you guys made fun of me [Razz]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
tilt,

Welcome. I know you're new... but please try to figure out this stuff as we go instead of just waiting for a sell signal. I'd hate for you to lose some money only because you were waiting for someone to post "sell". I'm learning too... a better idea may be to ask what everyone thinks is a good price to sell at... try to learn why they recommend these numbers, etc. You've made quite a bit a money now and you're in low enough so I don't think you can lose. But you have to figure out for yourself how far you want to.

I hope you contnue to make money... you've already done much better than me on this.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Aquahelix:
See guys this is what happens when you have a stock run up like this, you get the *beer goggles* effect. You need some people to knock some reality back in. As I said, I would of sold at .052 because it was just about do go down, but nooooo you guys made fun of me [Razz]

Aqua, no one can read the future, but it's certainly easy to gloat about the past. (That's a pretty cool line... I'm gonna have to remember that one! [Big Grin] )

You shouldn't base your decision to buy, hold, or sell based on reasons like "you guys made fun of me". You are responsible for your own money and the decisions you make surrounding them.

I, like you, thought about selling at around .052 or so, but I didn't. But don't make it sound like everyone was against that... lil and others talked very plain and openly about retracement. We saw it coming. I didn't act, because I thought it was move of a dip than a retracement... but now I've learned a good lesson.

Good news is, I'm still holding and hopefully the stock will be running back up tomorrow.

Remember, make your decisions on your own, considering our input, yes, but also on your own DD. We can't blame anyone else for our decisions. We all make mistakes... but those of us who are smart will learn from our mistake rather than simply point the finger.

I'm sorry you didn't sell out at .052. Heck, I'm sorry that I didn't either! But it's going up now... so we have a chance!

And by the way, I have some good news...

I just saved a ton of money on my car insurance. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Made 3 clicks today. Didn't buy much but love my own green in penny land. GLTA. It is also nice to see a civilized board.
 
Posted by Aquahelix on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
quote:
Originally posted by Aquahelix:
See guys this is what happens when you have a stock run up like this, you get the *beer goggles* effect. You need some people to knock some reality back in. As I said, I would of sold at .052 because it was just about do go down, but nooooo you guys made fun of me [Razz]

Aqua, no one can read the future, but it's certainly easy to gloat about the past. (That's a pretty cool line... I'm gonna have to remember that one! [Big Grin] )

You shouldn't base your decision to buy, hold, or sell based on reasons like "you guys made fun of me". You are responsible for your own money and the decisions you make surrounding them.

I, like you, thought about selling at around .052 or so, but I didn't. But don't make it sound like everyone was against that... lil and others talked very plain and openly about retracement. We saw it coming. I didn't act, because I thought it was move of a dip than a retracement... but now I've learned a good lesson.

Good news is, I'm still holding and hopefully the stock will be running back up tomorrow.

Remember, make your decisions on your own, considering our input, yes, but also on your own DD. We can't blame anyone else for our decisions. We all make mistakes... but those of us who are smart will learn from our mistake rather than simply point the finger.

I'm sorry you didn't sell out at .052. Heck, I'm sorry that I didn't either! But it's going up now... so we have a chance!

And by the way, I have some good news...

I just saved a ton of money on my car insurance. [Big Grin]

I know it's not nice to gloat, but dammit man, I sold my position at .16, the day before the run started! I really kicked my own ass on this one, meh, you really can't tell the future, but when you do, you do [Smile]
 
Posted by HossTrader on :
 
I got lucky and sold at .054


of course those shares were bought for .062 during the last big run [Big Grin]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by firefly:
Made 3 clicks today. Didn't buy much but love my own green in penny land. GLTA. It is also nice to see a civilized board.

Yeah Sam.......See what the rest of the world is like out of the land of Q! It is quite nice.

Love having you here Sam......

Everyone, For those that do no know Sam...AKA, firefly.........

He gives the best body shots!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
lol lil thanks, hehe
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Ok, now that was too much information.
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
btw I like girls. LOL
 
Posted by realperson on :
 
Maybe I missed it but what about that gravel-sand business in the Katrina area
I would think we would here great things

I think its the bottom also Im back in
Lock and Load
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by realperson:
Maybe I missed it but what about that gravel-sand business in the Katrina area
I would think we would here great things

I think its the bottom also Im back in
Lock and Load

Tell me about it. Dying for a PR on that area. I'm with ya there. I think we will hear great things, just not sure when.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
You guys know that I am not big on technical analysis with PBLS, but the hammer today does show the selling pressure somewhat subsided and the day ended with some buying pressure.

It looks like it should head back up tomorrow. JMHO
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by realperson:
Maybe I missed it but what about that gravel-sand business in the Katrina area
I would think we would here great things

I think its the bottom also Im back in
Lock and Load

It should be a good one, Must imagine that they have been doing some HOT business and have not had a PR on this division in quite a while.

Should be a biggie!

And mac, I was seeing the same thing at the close.
Buyers came back in to rally at the EOD. Nice to see.
I think all that were getting out, are out!
 
Posted by realperson on :
 
Lilpenny
I have been following your picks since Jan 2004
With PGHI

Where do I find Sec fil for PBLS they dont come up on pinksheetsdotcommie
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning Lil, bond, Jelly and all other PBLS'ers!

I hope we see some more green today. It was a little gut-wrenching to see the price drop the past two days.

Have a great day.

Shark
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I'm hoping and thinking that we are green today.

And Good morning all you guys!
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
I'm back in.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by realperson:
Lilpenny
I have been following your picks since Jan 2004
With PGHI

Where do I find Sec fil for PBLS they dont come up on pinksheetsdotcommie

Try here (fill in the gaps)

http:// www. dd machine. com

Type in PBLS and go to financials at the top.

Click Yahoo (can't seem to get it directly from yahoo)

and see it there.

And welcome back all that have gotten back in.

And good morning to you shark and all you other PLBS nuts!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
You guys think we've bottomed out yet? Lookin' like it to me. Please tell me I'm right!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This a long post aletter from a visitor to pbls what he saw and his thought I thought I would post it.

By: otcstk1
13 Jan 2006, 10:30 AM EST
Msg. 32678 of 32678
Jump to msg. #
I visited PBLS HQ on 12/20…… POST FROM I-HUB

I did not want to post anything on this because I saw the bash that another visitor got and was questioned even if he truly went there. It was Kimac I believe on RB. Also, I am neither a pumper nor a basher. I tell it like it is and there are some in here that can vouch for that.

I spent about 6 hours with management; I went there to research my investment and to decide whether or not to add to my position. I can tell you that since then I have almost 3 times the shares before my trip.

First off the pictures you have seen can not describe the destruction of the area. It is worst than can be described. Every building has some type of damage just about. The City is still in the cleaning up phase. The traffic lights only work in a few blocks in the French Quarter. All you see is dumpsters on sidewalks and garbage being removed. I-10 had only 1 span in operation across the lake.

The office is located in a block that is mainly commercial. I believe they got a steal on the property. Just look at the MLS listings for the area. I was offered the guest house which is directly behind the main building both of which are gorgeous, but I wanted to stay in the French Quarter so I stayed in a Hotel there which they were kind enough to book for me from the office.

Our money in this stock is in good hands. Ron and Paul are two of the most intelligent people I have met. Let me tell you that no one in that office is sitting there watching the pps, they are too busy for that. PBLS is in a phase to grow the company through acquisitions and expansion of their current assets. I saw plenty evidence of that.

They are as you all know concentrating in the oil and gas divisions but don’t think for 1 minute that the rebuilding of the area is going to happen without PBLS being involved and getting a piece of the pie.

Progas is an impressive addition and I am sure as PBLS has stated that the bottom line can and will be increased. I visited Progas with Ron and it’s truly an impressive operation to say the least. Think it is being overlooked by many in here. Not by me, that addition is huge and will be 1 of the many catalysts to further the value of our company.

I also visited the pit. They have 4 dredges in working condition and 1 was operating. The pit is getting busier and busier as focus is shifting from cleaning up to rebuilding. People think about it….. It is the closest to the disaster area….. You’ve all heard about the massive levee rebuilding right? All speculation but I’m betting my soul that the pit will meet all speculations that got the pps to rise so high on the Katrina run.

I am very familiar with the oil and gas markets… I trade futures and involved in this sector. I can tell you from experience the profitability of this sector at these prices is spectacular. I can not tell you what we’re making on every well or every land lease but I can tell you this…. Ron who is in charge of acquisitions would not ever buy a land lease or a company unless there is good money to be made on them. PBLS would never drill a hole unless it was extremely cost effective. The returns in the oil sector are unbelievable right now.

Now, I must say the company has a lot of work, corporate structure needs to be defined and if they wish to remain public as a company a move to reporting status and higher exchange. Which they have said will be done by end of 2nd quarter of this year. Until financial and reporting status everything is speculation.

In closing I will say that this is not your typical pink sheet company that we as traders have come across. This is the 1 out of 100 that will make it to a higher board and I am confident that my investment in this stock at these ridiculously low prices will one day be looked upon by my friends and family as a stroke of genius. People, don’t you ever look at a stock that went from no where to 10 to 50 times in value and say I wish I was in that when it was no where and made all that money?. PBLS is the real deal.

As always do your own DD


Shizoku

Posted by: Shizoku
In reply to: None Date:1/13/2006 10:23:28 AM
Post #of 9947
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
And here we go! Ask at .037 bid .0355
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
Who is your daddy, and what does he do? - Arnold

Booyah!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
OK, I think I've come to a FINAL decision with PBLS......

I have flipped plenty of times. I am going to get more today on the next dip. A LOT MORE......

and sit on it.

I have some health issues that need to be addressed over the next month and need to focus on them.
I will now sit on all of these PBLS shares for the long!

I love the post that bond just put up for us and only confirmed what I already knew...

This company is going places folks and agree that this PPS is an amazing one to get in at.

I'm loading up now and I'll see you all soon!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Lil, take care of yourself babe. I'm here when you need me babe! *big fat french kisses* babe. You my gurl! Thinking of ya!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
See you when you get back Lil hope all is ok going to miss your hard work for a while
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Take care sweet Lil. Hope everthing goes great for you. See you soon.

Sam
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Thanks all.......and just got 50000 more at the ask!

Now I'm set and will see you all soon!
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
Lil, take care of yourself!
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
and here we go again!
 
Posted by Neptunetrader94 on :
 
RUN BEGINS
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
YEAH BABY!!! GO!!!
 
Posted by Neptunetrader94 on :
 
Ah, maybe I spoke too soon, but there is still great upward movement. Strong buys.
 
Posted by sunny on :
 
Wish I'd had this on my watch list this morning...what a bounce!
 
Posted by Neptunetrader94 on :
 
Yeah, that drop we saw yesterday was merely retrace, we should build back to those high levels soon, but gradually and on more solid ground.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Hope you feel better Lil. Come back soon and healthy.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Round 2 coming up early during lunch watch out after lunch
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Look at this construct data costs are going up for materials and equipment that is going to change our bottom line huge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.acppubs.com/article/CA6294455.html
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Nice bond! Great find! I'm all tingly!!
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Excellent. Where DO you find all that? Lot of attaboys bond!! wwwooooofffff!! Also hope lil's ok and back soon.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
me and speedy we can sniff it out. I personaly can't wait for next week I think thats the week of a great pr of some kind and we start to break our chains I have watched the volume pick up this month and the word get out like crazy. We will have our ups and downs but the times are a changing.IMHO glta
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Nice close. Have a great weekend all!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
You are right Jelly nice close


http://www.rallymonkey.com/video/kenindex.swf
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Glad I bought in this week. Nice close. Have a fun weekend.
 
Posted by foxtrot6 on :
 
LOOKS like this one is ready to rise

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=pbls,uu[m,a]daclyyay[da][pb50!b20!f][vc60][iUb14!Lc20]&pref=G
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
American Bulls rates us as a buy now
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Posted by: kelly leak
In reply to: None Date:1/13/2006 6:27:07 PM
Post #of 10079

Well..well...well..

Our old buddies, the Boh Bros., have a couple of U.S. Army Corps of Engineer levee contracts.

Wonder where all the sand and gravel will come from..LOL

Postings on the Federal Business Opportunities Web site show three new contract awards by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Boh Brothers Construction Co. LLC. was awarded two contracts, respectively worth roughly $15.2 million and $6.2 million, to make levee repairs in Orleans Parish, La., while James Construction Group LLC was awarded one worth nearly $30.7 million for New Orleans East Back Levee to CSX railroad emergency restoration in the same parish.

http://www.publicintegrity.org/katrina/filter.aspx?cat=3


The Boh Brothers are long time customers of Murphy Sand and Gravel
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'm Loving every new post bond!
I really think EVERY DAY........"I have enough"

And every day I feel......."I NEED MORE"!

Out at the Dr's all day today.......trying to keep my mind off of PBLS....LOL, It's gonna' be hard as most of trading days (over the next few weeks) I will not be around.......

I'll be checking in at night. Man, I really don't know how all of you that have jobs, etc...handle being away from the puter all day.

I'M GOING TO GO CRAZY!

But loving that I'll at least have nights to read these WONDERFUL things!

Great ONE bond..........Yet again.
 
Posted by trader_adam on :
 
I think we will see another big jump next week. Maybe even over .12!
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Lil will recover much more quickly if it does go over .12.

Get well quick.
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
I wish this would drop back down to .005 where I bought it the first time. I wish I had $50,000 to invest. I have been holding PLNI for more than a year and a half now and thought it was the best stock (pink) anyone could buy but I now believe there is NO BETTER pink that can be bought than PBLS. Damn.....could you please fall back down so I can LOAD MY WAGON....and pass another Bud Light while you're at it.
Can I get an Amen??
Good Luck LIL'
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Amen Brothah!

I wish I had more cash. I actually spent $500 I didn't have to buy more about a week ago. (Just before retracement... ouch)
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This site is done by pnew122 on R/B it is great for dd and he updated it almost all you want to know about pbls

All my links
http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/all%20links.html
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This a post from r/b on the amep thread what a political move seems to be developing. This could drive oil prices to 100 a barrel


Iran Sanctions Could Mean $100/bbl Oil.
Excerpt from the article "Iran Sanctions Could Mean $100 Barrel Of Oil"
By Tim Nicholls, Evening Standard, London
Jan. 13--Rapidly deteriorating relations between the West and Iran, Opec's second biggest oil producer and the world's fourth-largest exporter, could see energy prices hit record highs in coming weeks.

Experts warn that the growing tension over Iraq's nuclear programme, and the possible withdrawal of Iranian oil from the market if sanctions are imposed, has put a new floor under oil prices at above $60 a barrel.

"If Iran stopped exporting it would be a major shock for world markets," said Manouchehr Takin, an analyst at the London-based Centre for Global Energy Studies, suggesting that even oil at $100 a barrel might be possible.

"Supply and demand are very tightly balanced, and the world doesn't have the spare production capacity." Iran, which holds 10 percent of the world's oil reserves, produces around four million barrels a day (b/d) and exports 2.4 million-2.6 million b/d, mainly to customers in Japan, China, South Korea, Taiwan and Europe.

Interruption to Iranian flows would be a serious matter for world markets. Besides the overall inadequacy of global spare capacity, estimated at just 1-1.5 million b/d, lies the fact that much of it consists of heavy oil, which few refineries can handle.

Barclays Capital analyst Paul Horsnell said Iran remains the "major upside risk on oil prices. Nobody's going to start selling the market aggressively. It's only going to take one headline for prices to move higher."
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by macdrsirules:
Lil will recover much more quickly if it does go over .12.

Get well quick.

Thanks mac, But if it hits over .12 too fast......I may just have a STROKE!!!!

Looking fine bond! Great find once again...
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Iran tells the west they will use oil as a weapon and to watch out form huge price increases

http://www.guardian.co.uk/iran/story/0,12858,1687387,00.html


Get better Lil get back before it .20
 
Posted by 18wheels on :
 
I got out of this last april, but i kept watching it go not much of anywhere. I had told my nephew about it and finally he bought in got in toward the end of august. Cheaply too i might add. I had quit following pbls, but i sure did take notice when it ran to .12 Anyway he sold off and bought in again right before Christmas. Now he has a sizeable position in this co.,and is holding. Somebody go ahead and kick me for not following my own advice to him!! Anyway, best of luck to all of you!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
To anybody new to pbls read this site it should answer all your questions


http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/all%20links.html
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
18 wheels thank you for your kind words there will still be some chances to get back in keep an eye on it lol
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Hmmm.........Just sitting here thinking of what My first investment would be worth now If I had held this long.......

$1500.00 worth at .0027

Now...My $1500.00 would be worth.....
$22,222.00.....

Not bad bad for a 5 month hold I'd say...

Now, I'm just going to contine add and hold from here on out!

I'm not playing the dips on this anymore.

I'll just watch my PBLS grow and see what it is like in another 6 months...
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Hi Lil. Glad to see a post. I hope you are doing great. Sure am ready for the market to open. Take it easy. [Smile]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Good news, everyone... we're on the front page of American Bulls DOT com as one of the OTCBB stocks to watch. That's a good sign. [Wink]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good evening all. Looking forward to a great day tomorrow!

Hey Sam, Not too bad tonight......thanks for askin'! Hope you're great as well!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Hi Lil nice to see you are posting see all of you in the morning getting so I wish that there was 6 trading days a week with pbls
 
Posted by OILDOG on :
 
Same here. Let rock. wwoooffff!
 
Posted by Anna on :
 
Nice start for the day.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
good morning oildog and anna hope we have a green day looking for one. Lets move this money maker go pbls!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
looking good today again, I love PBLS!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning Lil nice to see you hear today hope you feel good and are ready to see green.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If we do good today that will confirm an up trend then we will sail from there. IMHO
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
When this really gets rolling I am looking for .01 ticks up at a time hopefully soon IMHO
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like we are going to try .05 wall again
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
Looks like they're let'n it run now! Weeeeeeeeeeeeee....
 
Posted by MB on :
 
gonna be back at .05 before lunch at this rate..
 
Posted by greenman on :
 
Where is the next resistance? Lets break it.
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by greenman:
Where is the next resistance? Lets break it.

.053 then .056
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like squeez time or something big is about to break this week go pbls
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Go baby go!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning Jelly I hope you had a good weekend
 
Posted by greenman on :
 
Looks we are having trouble getting past 048.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Good morning all. GO PBLS!!!!!!
Are we moving up with no news?
Good times!
LOL!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Might have a small shake before we crack .05 but I am sure we will IMHO
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
mental resistance at .05, we'll break that!

Going to the Dr. see you all this afternoon.
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
best to you Lil!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Hey bond. How ya doing? Great DD as usual!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I am fine Jelly thank you for asking I think I am going to take some time to work out during tradeing hours today and refresh myself.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like we are making our secoud pass at .05IMHO Run Forest, Run
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Yes it does. Hope you got all refreshed.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
so... a little dream talk here, totally hypothetical of course...
what happens if a stock like this moves over $1 and moves to the nasdaq? would we benefit from that move and keep all our shares, or would something weird happen? would we want to sell in anticipation of that, or hold and get rich rich rich? can anyone give me an example of a pinkie that went nasdaq and got people way rich?
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
Lots of sells in the afternoon but PBLS is holding it's ground SO FAR!!! Maybe we'll have a buy rally soon.
 
Posted by BigBuyer100 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by DC Trade:
so... a little dream talk here, totally hypothetical of course...
what happens if a stock like this moves over $1 and moves to the nasdaq? would we benefit from that move and keep all our shares, or would something weird happen? would we want to sell in anticipation of that, or hold and get rich rich rich? can anyone give me an example of a pinkie that went nasdaq and got people way rich?

I can't think of one. BUT The one that is comming close to it without doing an R/S or Merger and it is doing it by itself is.......QOIL. I own it at .10 and holding it for a LONG time to come.


Pbls makes me a little nervous. But it does look good.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like round 2 is coming up ready for are run at the end of the day [Big Grin]
 
Posted by MDP5754 on :
 
I regularly post over at HSM but really enjoy reading the PBLS thread here. I love this stock. I also wanna say thanks to Bond for all the dd he provides (and I sometimes repost at HSM), and to Jelly and Lil for their technical analysis and good fun. I noticed something different this afternoon in my brokerage account. I usually click "show shortables" and since late Nov PBLS has shown "10,000+". Today the number was "0". That being said, i think the buyback has been completed. This would help explain the recent activity without any news. Any thoughts or validation?
 
Posted by realperson on :
 
Bond gota a star from Gohn Galt for his DD

Lil should be feeling much better today!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
OK level 2 looking good for a late day run....to the close.

Hi all, Love coming home to see us up ove 20%! NICE..........

5x.045

2x.0465
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Has anyone else notice the new MM added to PBLS today?

UBSS

and SCHB is at the bottom of the list not offering any price.........Hm........Someone care to take a shot at WHY?.........
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Finally got funds in my account and got in at the bell!!!

I plan on holding em for a long time!!!

Loving all the awesome DD everyone has done for me to catch up on, THANKS!!!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I noticed that too Lil
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
And SBSH is going to try and get some shares at the bid. He is no where on the ask.....

I love when we get new blood.......LOL
 
Posted by MDP5754 on :
 
UBS bought Scwab last week or so.

http://www.ibb.ubs.com/News/august04.shtml
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Thanks MDP! Was wondering why he was all over the place.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BigPayOut:
Finally got funds in my account and got in at the bell!!!

I plan on holding em for a long time!!!

Loving all the awesome DD everyone has done for me to catch up on, THANKS!!!

 -
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MDP5754:
UBS bought Scwab last week or so.

http://www.ibb.ubs.com/News/august04.shtml

Thanks MDP.....

so we keep an eye on him and watching SBSH seems he's gonna' want some shares to put out there.
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Lil, such a sweetheart!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
good to have you here!

And this is a good L2........Only one at .046!

I love these beautiful candles.......DON'T YOU!?!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL see......that didn't last long.....LOL

good for whom ever got it!!!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
The MM's wanna shake this tree...........

LOL, I said I would not watch PBLS every time I had free time, and look at me.........I'M A PBLS JUNKIE!!!!!
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Im in the same boat Lil its like crack, especially the EOD!!
 
Posted by man4apenny on :
 
think we may have a pr tomorrow which may explain why it's up today. But then it usually drops when the pr is released so go figure. lol Not concerned since I am here for the long haul.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL........BigP........and I don't think it's a PR issue with the rise today.....I think its just PBLS normal trading........

but a PR would be nice from sand and gravel..
 
Posted by MDP5754 on :
 
Did you guys see my earlier post regarding the buyback? This may be the reason for the recent rise w/out news?

"I noticed something different this afternoon in my brokerage account. I usually click "show shortables" and since late Nov PBLS has shown "10,000+". Today the number was "0". That being said, i think the buyback has been completed. This would help explain the recent activity without any news. Any thoughts or validation?"
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
Has anyone else notice the new MM added to PBLS today?

UBSS

and SCHB is at the bottom of the list not offering any price.........Hm........Someone care to take a shot at WHY?.........

I've noticed UBSS has been all over penny/subpenny land i'm thinking in anticipation of big up mov't all over penny world the next 30-45 days...hoping anyway!
 
Posted by MB on :
 
UBSS=SCHB new name...UBS bought SCHB
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
I'm a little slow re-reading the thread thanks Mb and others...go PBLS (when all else fails you...shout go pbls and soon you'll feel much better) try it! lol
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
Has anyone else notice the new MM added to PBLS today?

UBSS

and SCHB is at the bottom of the list not offering any price.........Hm........Someone care to take a shot at WHY?.........


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31 August, 2004

UBS to acquire Charles Schwab's Capital Markets Division

UBS announced today that it will acquire Charles Schwab SoundView Capital Markets, the Capital Markets Division of Charles Schwab Corp., for $265 million (USD) paid in cash. The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2004, subject to regulatory approval. The acquisition will be integrated in the Equities business of UBS’s Investment Bank.

The business comprises equities trading and sales, including one of the leading third party execution businesses, along with Schwab's state-of-the-art NASDAQ trading system. The business currently handles over 200 million shares a day in trade volume and makes a market in over 11,000 stocks. With this transaction, UBS expects to become one of the top traders in NASDAQ securities. UBS is top 3 in the trading of NYSE-listed securities and is the largest secondary equities house worldwide.

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UBS to buy Brunswick’s 50% stake in Russian joint venture

UBS has agreed with Brunswick Capital, its joint venture partner in Brunswick UBS, an equity brokerage and trading, investment banking and custody joint venture in Russia, that UBS will buy the whole of Brunswick Capital’s 50% stake in the joint venture.

The Brunswick UBS joint venture has been very successful since its formation in 1997 and has developed into one of the premier investment houses in the Russian securities market, employing 120 people in Moscow. The acquisition of the whole of Brunswick UBS confirms the commitment of UBS to Russia, and is consistent with UBS’s strategic objective of establishing a leading presence in the country to serve Russian clients.

The purchase is conditional upon the receipt of all necessary regulatory and other consents and approvals and is expected to be completed in the last quarter of 2004.





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Posted by firefly on :
 
Interesting stock. In at .033 last week. Still otc but digging it. Lil take it easy and feeel great!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
PBLS

PHOENIX ASSOCIATES LAND SYNDICATE
Daily Commentary


Our system posted a BUY CONFIRMED today. The previous SELL recommendation was made on 01.12.2006 (5) days ago, when the stock price was 0.0390. Since then PBLS has gained 17.95% .

BUY-IF is confirmed by a white candlestick with an equal open and a higher close. The buying price is taken as the previous close ( 0.0380 ) according to the Rules of Confirmation.

The recent bullish formation leading to the BUY-IF signal is confirmed today. The market seems ready for a new bullish move. Though the market opened lower today, the day’s activity created a white candlestick that closed above the previous close. This is a valid confirmation criterion.

The significant failure of the previous SELL signal is unfortunately confirmed too. Our shot went away this time. It is a fact that such signal failures are more unlikely for higher rated stocks, but it is not possible to deal with all the vagaries of the stock market. The signal system, however, continues to do an excellent job in the overall, despite such failures. This can be seen easily with a quick glance to the signal history table.

We hope that you bought this stock and still have the chance to profit from the later phase of the bullish attack. Today your important benchmark was the previous close. You were supposed to watch the session carefully, feel its bullish tendency despite the lower opening, and go long after making sure that the prices stay over the previous close.

If you bought, continue to hold this stock until the confirmation of the next SELL-IF signal. You are on relatively safe grounds as long as the future prices continue to trade above the benchmark price and if an emergency warning is not issued. What to do if you did not buy? Maybe, you did not have time to follow the session or you simply delegated the delicate job of confirmation to us. Well, it is a bit late, but not too late. You may still find suitable prices for buying in the following sessions and still profit in case of a sustained bullish move.

The market is currently cold for short-sellers. Avoid any short sales and cover the short positions immediately if there are any. We erred significantly on the short side last time, but we are sure that you may easily cover your losses (if any) by basing your future trades on our signal system.

Data provided by: End of Day Data



BUY
CONFIRMED


0.0460
+0.0080 +21.05%

Candlestick Analysis
Today’s Candlestick Patterns:
Long White Candlestick




Today a Long White Candlestick was formed. This shows that the prices advanced significantly from open to close during the day under strong buying pressure.
For more about this candlestick click here.






Stock Quote
Day's Close 0.0460
Previous Close 0.0380
Previous Open 0.0350
Change +0.0080
% Change +21.05%
Volume 13,457,100
Stock Activity
Day's
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Man! I should go on jury duty more often!

Great performance today... Lil, hope you're feeling better.
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
Need more...need more....no funds. I only have 35,000 shares now and need about 200,000 more DAM.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL don't we all DQ.!

And bond........BUY CONFIRMED!

 -

MDP5754, good observation!

To Sam and Warped. YES! I am feeling wonderful today.....Hoping it continues into tomorrow and REALLY HOPING FOR REMISSION SOON!

GO PBLS!!!!!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This is a must read from from another board,stockhideout about a vistitor to pbls and he talks about his trip and tells us of another suprise pbls will have for us next week

From the stock hideout board

This company owns 820 acre site right outside New Orleans, owns over 300 trucks, loaders, earth movers, etc......

Can anybody say Government Contracts

Below Info from another board:

MY REPORT:

PBLS is the most undervalued stock in the world. I've heard the same thing from many different investors "this sounds too good to be true". Let me tell you, THIS IS THE REAL DEAL! It is all true!. Those who keep selling this stock are making the biggest blunder of their lives. I am not a pumper or a dumper.... I'm just reporting on what I saw with my own two eyes.

I met my cousin down in New Orleans on Monday, July 25. My cousin sells real estate in Destin Florida. He had never heard anything regarding PBLS before this trip. I had called Paul Alonzo and told him I would be visiting the office on Tuesday morning. Out of the blue I asked my cousin if he wanted to take the 40 minute drive north to check out a company that I was invested in. I was rather shocked when he accepted the offer. Then I thought it would be a good idea to find out what he thought about PBLS having never heard of it before. Here is my report:

We were greeted at the Phoenix Corporate office as if we were truly important to them. They explained to us that shareholders are the "fuel" that drives the Phoenix engine. We truly felt and still feel they were glad to show us the part of Phoenix located in Louisiana.

Mr. Paul Alonzo first showed us the corporate office, which is located in Madisonville, Louisiana, on a beautiful piece of secluded property. We were introduced to the office staff and each member was told that I was an owner of Phoenix and my cousin was a potential owner from different areas of the country.

After leaving the office, we were shown several sites that Phoenix had supplied the materials and trucking for the land development. These were serious projects, the largest being a new hospital. I took pictures, which are available if you would like to have me email them to you.

After visiting these sites we traveled to a new construction site. This is a contract that Phoenix just got last week with Mike's Enterprises to supply 300,000 tons of fill dirt for a new I-10 interchange (Fremaux Interchange). Additionally, Phoenix's trucking company, Bayou State Trucking, will supply the trucks for delivery of the fill dirt from the Phoenix site in Pearl River to the new interchange (15 miles). This is approximately 14,000 truckloads. the value of the dirt gross sales is approximately $375,000. The trucking contract is also approximately $375,000. The area around New Orleans including the North Shore and entire gulf coast is building rapidly so the products that Phoenix has is in huge demand.

Upon arrival to the site of the sand, gravel and soil operations, we were taken into the office. The office is a very nice modular office, as are all the other sites the Phoenix people showed to us (the competitors).

During the time in the office, I met the operation manager. Mr. Adam Alonzo, Paul Alonzo's son. Adam has worked all facets of the pit operation. Additionally, Adam attends a local college and is in his junior year. There are two additional personnel at the pit office. While I was in the office (approximately 10-15 minutes). I counted 8 trucks across the scales. The office is next to the scale and all tickets are done electronically from the office. This entire procedure was explained to me by Adam Alonzo (maybe I can get a job!)

Next, we went into the actual mining area. There were numerous worksites with trucks being loaded or waiting to be loaded at each site. There had to be many millions of dollars in equipment being used. Several very large and very new front end loaders, 5 or 6 large track #### and several material separation plants. In addition I saw one nearly new 100 ft. dredge and several older dredges located in different areas of the mining site. (Pictures are available for all this)

We took a trip around the entire property (2 sides). The site is approximately 2.5 miles long by 1.5 miles wide. There was a satellite photo of the property in the office. The roads were maintained beautifully (gravel) especially for heavy loads carried on them.

Mr. Alonzo explained to me that it was approximately 14 miles shorter (round trip) to our pit than any other in the area (from the interstate). This means money to truckers and therefore cost savings for end users of material. Mr. Alonzo and Mr. Blackburn took the time back at the corporate office to show me the information on the operations in Michigan and Indiana. The Indiana purchase has not been announced and will not be until next week because Phoenix is waiting for all final documents of the purchase to be in their possession prior to a news release.

Mr. Blackburn went over projects that Phoenix has in the works; there must have been at least a dozen. Mr Blackburn reviewed sales for the year with us without any additional acquisitions. Year-end sales, with out any other acquisitions would be approximately $9.05 million. Assuming closing the smaller acquisitions, sales could top $20 million, or if they went crazy, and one of the larger acquisitions closed, $30 million.

Mr Blackburn said the hardest problem Phoenix had was getting investors to understand and believe in Phoenix. That is why they welcome visitors.

We have all said this is too good to be true but guess what? From all I can see, it is true, and, if anything, it has been understated.

Me - I'm buying more!

Yes, and hard hit Mississippi gulf coast not shown on that map right beside them. I bet they're glad too that they own Bayou State Trucking. Smart acquisitions from smart operators. JMHO, DYODD, and good luck to all.

http://www.****************/showthread.php?t=1876

Jockee

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Strong Buy)
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Hi LiL, nice day. [Smile] even if it is IRA bucks for me.
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Bond you are a DD machine!!!

Great report, company is making things happen, lovin' it!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
OH MY! I about fell off my chair reading that!!!!!!!!!

I'M SO FREAKING EXCITED!!!!!!!!!!!

GO PBLS GOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Buying way more in this morning. 103K shares is NOT enough!

Bond, I love you! Good stuff babe! Rally monkey available?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
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Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
Hey Lil... I could use a little rally monkey or Dancing baby over on HSCC... can you help out there?
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I just saw the chart on HSCC. It's looking NICE...
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Could be a happy board. lol
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Oh Sam, You got in at a great time. This thread is wonderful. Nothing like that......well, you know what I mean!

Not gonna' have to rely on that IRA money for much longer Sam....This one will pay off!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Can someone pass me a tissue or something please?
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Already has dang wish I would have paid the taxes up front. No recall that that statement LOL
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
Can someone pass me a tissue or something please?

you can use this jelly.

 -
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
Can someone pass me a tissue or something please?

you can use this jelly.

 -

Not sure that's big enough Lil
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
LiL is feeling better Yaaaaaaaaaa!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL..........I'm going to bed......Will be able to trade in the morning though......NO DR'S TILL 2:00! YIPPIE!!!!!!!!!

So I'll at least have till noon to watch and melt!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning all!

If it makes all you "northerners" feel better, it is 50 degrees in Miami, raining, windy (gusting to 40 m/p/h), and I have to work outside all day in the rain!

Lil, hope you are feeling better. Enjoy the dy all you PBLS'ers!

Shark
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Thanks shark and I got up this morning and see our weather is just like yours this morning. Although it's warmer here than by you. LOL

WOW! Mid Jan and 60 degrees in JERSEY!

It is Pouring down rain with lots of wind but.........IT'S WARM!!!!


And lets keep this great bond post bumped!


bond006
Member


Member Rated:
posted January 17, 2006 22:24
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This is a must read from from another board,stockhideout about a vistitor to pbls and he talks about his trip and tells us of another suprise pbls will have for us next week

From the stock hideout board

This company owns 820 acre site right outside New Orleans, owns over 300 trucks, loaders, earth movers, etc......

Can anybody say Government Contracts

Below Info from another board:

MY REPORT:

PBLS is the most undervalued stock in the world. I've heard the same thing from many different investors "this sounds too good to be true". Let me tell you, THIS IS THE REAL DEAL! It is all true!. Those who keep selling this stock are making the biggest blunder of their lives. I am not a pumper or a dumper.... I'm just reporting on what I saw with my own two eyes.

I met my cousin down in New Orleans on Monday, July 25. My cousin sells real estate in Destin Florida. He had never heard anything regarding PBLS before this trip. I had called Paul Alonzo and told him I would be visiting the office on Tuesday morning. Out of the blue I asked my cousin if he wanted to take the 40 minute drive north to check out a company that I was invested in. I was rather shocked when he accepted the offer. Then I thought it would be a good idea to find out what he thought about PBLS having never heard of it before. Here is my report:

We were greeted at the Phoenix Corporate office as if we were truly important to them. They explained to us that shareholders are the "fuel" that drives the Phoenix engine. We truly felt and still feel they were glad to show us the part of Phoenix located in Louisiana.

Mr. Paul Alonzo first showed us the corporate office, which is located in Madisonville, Louisiana, on a beautiful piece of secluded property. We were introduced to the office staff and each member was told that I was an owner of Phoenix and my cousin was a potential owner from different areas of the country.

After leaving the office, we were shown several sites that Phoenix had supplied the materials and trucking for the land development. These were serious projects, the largest being a new hospital. I took pictures, which are available if you would like to have me email them to you.

After visiting these sites we traveled to a new construction site. This is a contract that Phoenix just got last week with Mike's Enterprises to supply 300,000 tons of fill dirt for a new I-10 interchange (Fremaux Interchange). Additionally, Phoenix's trucking company, Bayou State Trucking, will supply the trucks for delivery of the fill dirt from the Phoenix site in Pearl River to the new interchange (15 miles). This is approximately 14,000 truckloads. the value of the dirt gross sales is approximately $375,000. The trucking contract is also approximately $375,000. The area around New Orleans including the North Shore and entire gulf coast is building rapidly so the products that Phoenix has is in huge demand.

Upon arrival to the site of the sand, gravel and soil operations, we were taken into the office. The office is a very nice modular office, as are all the other sites the Phoenix people showed to us (the competitors).

During the time in the office, I met the operation manager. Mr. Adam Alonzo, Paul Alonzo's son. Adam has worked all facets of the pit operation. Additionally, Adam attends a local college and is in his junior year. There are two additional personnel at the pit office. While I was in the office (approximately 10-15 minutes). I counted 8 trucks across the scales. The office is next to the scale and all tickets are done electronically from the office. This entire procedure was explained to me by Adam Alonzo (maybe I can get a job!)

Next, we went into the actual mining area. There were numerous worksites with trucks being loaded or waiting to be loaded at each site. There had to be many millions of dollars in equipment being used. Several very large and very new front end loaders, 5 or 6 large track #### and several material separation plants. In addition I saw one nearly new 100 ft. dredge and several older dredges located in different areas of the mining site. (Pictures are available for all this)

We took a trip around the entire property (2 sides). The site is approximately 2.5 miles long by 1.5 miles wide. There was a satellite photo of the property in the office. The roads were maintained beautifully (gravel) especially for heavy loads carried on them.

Mr. Alonzo explained to me that it was approximately 14 miles shorter (round trip) to our pit than any other in the area (from the interstate). This means money to truckers and therefore cost savings for end users of material. Mr. Alonzo and Mr. Blackburn took the time back at the corporate office to show me the information on the operations in Michigan and Indiana. The Indiana purchase has not been announced and will not be until next week because Phoenix is waiting for all final documents of the purchase to be in their possession prior to a news release.

Mr. Blackburn went over projects that Phoenix has in the works; there must have been at least a dozen. Mr Blackburn reviewed sales for the year with us without any additional acquisitions. Year-end sales, with out any other acquisitions would be approximately $9.05 million. Assuming closing the smaller acquisitions, sales could top $20 million, or if they went crazy, and one of the larger acquisitions closed, $30 million.

Mr Blackburn said the hardest problem Phoenix had was getting investors to understand and believe in Phoenix. That is why they welcome visitors.

We have all said this is too good to be true but guess what? From all I can see, it is true, and, if anything, it has been understated.

Me - I'm buying more!

Yes, and hard hit Mississippi gulf coast not shown on that map right beside them. I bet they're glad too that they own Bayou State Trucking. Smart acquisitions from smart operators. JMHO, DYODD, and good luck to all.

http://www.****************/showthread.php?t=1876

Jockee

 
Posted by MDP5754 on :
 
This PBLS crew rocks! The positive vibes here will continue to push our PPS higher. Thanks all.
 
Posted by Zygore on :
 
Date Open High Low Last Change Volume % Change
01/17/06 0.0460 0.0480 0.0370 0.0460 +0.0080 13608899 +21.05%


Composite Indicator
Trend Spotter TM Buy

Short Term Indicators
7 Day Average Directional Indicator Buy
10 - 8 Day Moving Average Hilo Channel Buy
20 Day Moving Average vs Price Buy
20 - 50 Day MACD Oscillator Buy
20 Day Bollinger Bands Hold

Short Term Indicators Average: 80% - Buy
20-Day Average Volume - 15515970

Medium Term Indicators
40 Day Commodity Channel Index Buy
50 Day Moving Average vs Price Buy
20 - 100 Day MACD Oscillator Sell
50 Day Parabolic Time/Price Sell

Medium Term Indicators Average: - Hold
50-Day Average Volume - 11762212

Long Term Indicators
60 Day Commodity Channel Index Buy
100 Day Moving Average vs Price Buy
50 - 100 Day MACD Oscillator Sell

Long Term Indicators Average: 33% - Buy
100-Day Average Volume - 14573185

Overall Average: 48% - Buy

Price Support Pivot Point Resistance

0.0460 0.0327 0.0437 0.0547
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Woo Hoo I'm rady to rock! Morning all!!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Morning Jelly!

Waiting for the big surge...again!

Shark
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
This isn't the activity that I was expecting today. [Frown] What do you all think?
 
Posted by greenman on :
 
I agree.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Lil, gang, what's your interpretation of what's going on? Just a shakeout?
 
Posted by MDP5754 on :
 
Just my humble opinion. I think many flippers decided they were not going to get burnt again after last weeks quick rise and quick fall. These guys are insuring a profit on their flip. I'm hoping the longs will come out buying this afternoon.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I'm not worried, if you are, then flip it. I look at this as a buying opp.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
buy buy buy i'm buying more! definitely! yippee!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like a lot of flippers after a white candle to me they are hammering the bid with a lot of small trades. They will be gone shortly and we will move again IMHO
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
Lil, gang, what's your interpretation of what's going on? Just a shakeout?

When it goes up you cheer when it goes down you whine! So......I suggest you flip it like Jelly suggests..........
Buy it now and sell it when it's running, cuz' your asking the wrong girl now.
I'm happy with the dip right now. I have more money going into my account today so I can get more this afternoon and am not selling one share.
SO........Todays gains/loss does not matter to me (except to get more).
I'm DONE FLIPPING THIS ONE!!!!!!I'm HOLDING!!!!

I'm feeling a little tense today......CAN Ya' TELL?
If you are flipping it.....your going in the wrong direction.....You should be happy it's low. Get it now and sell it on the news~
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
And.......also like bond said. Sellers will come in. IT'S THE WAY STOCKS GO!!!!

LOL, now........gonna' go dust my house......see ya' in a bit.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
sweet, filled at .041... wanted that .0385, but no such luck this time.
i'm in 116.5k shares! GO PBLS!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
see......now DC is doing it RIGHT!!!!!!!!!!
 
Posted by clintonj on :
 
with todays market i wouldn't be the least surprised to see the low 30s today... [Frown] [Frown] [Frown] but i have another buy order in just in case [Smile] [Smile] [Smile] this way up or down short term i win!!!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
When it goes up you cheer when it goes down you whine!

I'm not whining, lil, just simply asking. That's the way I learn is by asking questions. I am asking because I want to understand the reasons behind stock movement. If I can interpret this correctly, it can help me to learn more about a stock's movement and lifecycle.

I'm still long and I'm still holding. Just asking, that's all. I wasn't whining or complaining... I simply said that this movement is going against what I expected, so I want to understand why. I don't think that's such a bad thing to ask, if I want to learn.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I'm so bummed that I can't get more. My funds aren't ready til tomorrow. Darn it!
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lilpennypincher:
see......now DC is doing it RIGHT!!!!!!!!!!

say yeah!
power to the PBLS people!
[Cool]
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Warped, Noone is upset with you, it is good to ask questions, but what we see is that you consistently ask everytime is goes down. Glad to hear that you aren't whining. Good stuff. It's nice that you want to learn.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jelly:
Warped, Noone is upset with you, it is good to ask questions, but what we see is that you consistently ask everytime is goes down. Glad to hear that you aren't whining. Good stuff. It's nice that you want to learn.

I appreciate your response. I know that I ask often, but the reason the stock goes down is not always the same reason, is it? I mean, our last big drop was because of retracement, this time, maybe it's profit takers because of people who previously lost and want to take some profit, another time it may be because of lunch or end of week, another time it's a shakeout... could be different reasons. It's not like the answer is always going to be the same. That's why I ask.

For example, today, the answer is profit-taking. Well, I thought it was a shakeout from the MMs. How am I supposed to know when it's one or the other? That's what I'm trying to learn here.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
ummm, hey... so, i asked a question in a previous post that didn't really get an answer. maybe it was just a really dumb question, but since my favorite characters seem to be watching right now (Lil, Jelly), here goes...
what happens if this stock actually moves from pinks to Nasdaq? do we keep all our shares, or does something weird happen? does anyone know an example of a company that moved from pinks to naz (and got people stinking rich) so i can check out how it happened?
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Well Warped, we don't KNOW for sure either. We assume profit taking. And that is most likely right, but we don't know unless we are sitting with the sellers, you know?

DC- that's a good question, and I don't know, because normally the company will put something out and tell us how it will go.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
any past examples? can anyone think of 1 stock that made it from pink to naz?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Usually like us a stock will move from pinks to otcbb which is just full reporting after it sits there and reports every quarter for as long as they want they will try a move to one of the bigger boards at that time they may r/s to get a higher pps but they have to tell you before they do anything. If management are telling us the truth and I think they are we are afew weeks away from appling for otcbb which at that time the copany will become totally transparent and will justify a much higher pps. Nothing should happen to your stock.Most likly a higher pps from all the people on the sidelines that will be coming in once they see the real numbers
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
thanks bond! i hope all that good stuff happens here!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Looks like we are holding the line at about .04 this was a healthy sell off and we should go up now
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
You are welcome DC these things can be a real punch in the gut and a roller coaster ride . I as well as you am hopeful that it all turns out I am very sure a this point that I think it will IMHO glta
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Still waiting for a bit more at .038 [Smile]
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Don't shoot me, but I was hoping I could get more tomorrow at these low prices, not looking good though.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
if all this speculation is right, these ARE low prices! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
sorry warped, just having a bad day. Didn't mean to snap........My husband should get a hotel room tonight or perhaps, I'll just take a Xanax and chill.......Sorry again, don't take it personally...Just stressed!

still buddies? I hope so........
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
No problem at all, Lil... I just don't want to be misunderstood.

We're still buds... OF COURSE! [Smile]

I hope your stress subsides. Hang in there... I know that not feeling well can just add to it too.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Just to inform you the letter that I posted from stockhideout is old news but I thought that it was still important to bring out somebodies opinion who actually went to the site and looked things over Thank you mac I should have stated that in my post
 
Posted by OnPoint on :
 
You guys got my attention last few days. I DD'd yesterday & convinced it was a good buy. Saw that spike up sharp yesterday & thought it might drop back to .039 or .04 today to fill a few gaps. What do ya know. It worked out for once & I got in at .04 hour ago. Ready to watch it fly.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Warped, here is my opinion on why the pps dropped a little today so far. We are on the pinks, reasoning does not go very far and charts do not either. It is my belief that the fundamentals of companies on the pinks and otcbb are much more important than Technical analysis, and Technical analysis is much more important with stocks on bigger exchanges,(however I do believe fundamentals do play a role there). I am of the opinion that this day to day price movement does not really matter if you are an investor in the company as I am.

Now if you are a trader and will be flipping the stock then you should keep a close eye on it and sell when you think the stock is overbought or when even like LIL does by selling on news.

The bottom line is when audits are done and are as good as we believe they will be, there should be such a rise in PPS that RSI and other overbought indicators will be living in overbought status for quite some time.

Back to the main question, I am sure there are some flippers that got out today after buying in yesterday(same as profit taking), MMS still in play though I believe the manipulation has somewhat halted or slowed down.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Thanks macdrsirules, for that detailed response! I am a long, an investor, I guess, in PBLS... however, I do need to take out some of it within 5 days to cover a fed call. So I hope it'll be going upward within this time period. For the long haul, I'm ok with the movement in either direction (as long as it goes up in the end!)
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
The thing is, when? When will this take off? I hate to hold a "good" stock for a long time.

To clarify my point, I was in PLNI waiting for an audit report...if you don't know the details, I can expound on it.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
macdrsirules,

Just gave you five stars for your always-informative answers.
 
Posted by DQ. on :
 
Thorn...I'm still holding PLNI waiting for that audit. Wish I had the money to put here in PBLS but as long as I've held PLNI I'm not going to sell it now. Good Luck.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thorn this is my opinion only from one that was in plni and I made good bank because I never blieved Jim Turek.

However I do believe the management of pbls because they have came through with all that they said they would. And Paul Alonzo has stated more than once in pr's that they are on trac with there time table of applacation and audit to be turned in mid Febuary 06 and fully reporting otcbb by May 1st 06 I think at the time of the 10 form you will see a huge move in the pps or maybe a good move before that, possibility is why I am in this now in case it takes off early this my opinion only and that is why I invested before all this takes place so I am not chaseing.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
One of the things that impressed me was the whole way that the progas deal went down Alonzo first put out a pr the deal was to close on 11/30/05 and of course a pr came out kicking the time frame to Dec. 15 06 and I thought here we go just another pinkie. He gave his reasons and I thought they were pretty weak to say the least. But on Dec. 15,06 it was a done deal like he said so unless something comes along that shows me different I am riding for the brand on this one IMHO
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
Hey Jelly I'm in the same boat as you. I decided to put another 3k on this but it doesn't clear until tommorow. Oh well maybe we get one last little dip tommorow when you and I get in!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Mac I just gave you 5 stars also keep up the good work [Cool]
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Sounds good Taber, lol.
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Thanks guys for your response. And bond, it's the exceptions like that which do the most to reveal character. Good to hear.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Well the flippers imho did our normal morning run in. imho and I hope the big sell off in the Japanese market will not spoil our eod run with us in pinkie land

I pulled this off of Ihub keeping in mind that I have been and will continue to be a flipper if it benifits me but here it is the words to flipper the song


Posted by: partysasquatch
In reply to: pokerdv8 who wrote msg# 10293 Date:1/18/2006 11:51:52 AM
Post #of 10327

Poker, The words to flipper are:

They call him Flipper, Flipper, faster than lightning,
No one you see, is dumber than he,
And we know Flipper, lives in a world full of wonder,
Flying there under, behind the screen!

Everyone loves the king of the sea,
Ever so fast and selling is he,
Tricks he will do when investors appear,
And how they laugh when he’s near!

They call him Flipper, Flipper, faster than lightning,
No one you see, is dumber than he,
And we know Flipper, lives in a world full of wonder,
Flying there under, behind the screen!

Party
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Pretty slow day I thought there would be more volume one way or the other. Remember tommorow is thursday one of our traditional pr days so I hope we hear something and I hope it is good
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I actually was singing it bond. LOL

I'm sitting on the bid now......just sold some stuff OLD stuff that I was waiting on to move so......Got more MONEY!

Now fill me!
 
Posted by peateargriffon on :
 
on stock movement in pennyland:

The days you hope it goes up, it goes down, and the days you hope it goes up it goes down. When it goes up it's because you're dreaming.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by peateargriffon:
on stock movement in pennyland:

The days you hope it goes up, it goes down, and the days you hope it goes up it goes down. When it goes up it's because you're dreaming.

Now isn't that the most insightful post I ever read. LOL

Welcome to AllStocks Peateargriffon.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This is a post from VAB Cowboy he calls the management at pbls on a regular basis this is what they told him today according to him


VAB_Cowboy
18 Jan 2006, 03:40 PM EST
Msg. 33426 of 33457
Jump to msg. #
Just spoke with management at PBLS and they are busy which is good. Said many good things are happening in the oil side of the business and that the construction side of things are REALLY beginning to ramp up in the NOLA area and they are going to be involved. They also said lots of new stuff coming down the pike and we should be hearing about it very soon.

All in all it was an encuraging phone call and all is upbeat and very positive in the office. Nothing to worry about there.
 
Posted by peateargriffon on :
 
Thanks Jelly, just some thoughts as I was reading some questions people had about share price and flipping, etc. As a shareholder of PBLS I have trained myself to react to share price changes (both positive and negative) by not reacting. I don't flip (I am not that lucky) and I don't try to understand runs and drops and why they happen (because it makes my head hurt). I try to understand what PBLS is up to and decide if they are legitimate and heading in a good direction(which I believe they are as of today). After that I buy when I think it is dipping, and just sit back. We can't predict what will happen so come to terms with what you want to do with your shares and don't waver with that thought. For me it really is that simple.
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Still above my entry and an uptick at eod. New to this one but seems interesting.
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Above my entry too Fire...knew we would see a retrace but was hoping for run today with the retrace tomm...Oh well, Lets get'em back tomm!!
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Nice run. I can't believe I missed this.


 -
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Joemillion, You think it was a run but noone has seen the real run yet. The real run could begin anytime but no later than end of 2nd quarter. That is the date the company released when they will become fully reporting. Actually they stated no longer than the end of 2nd quarter.

I know you guys have heard that time and time before as I have and it never happens. But let me tell you that this company has done everything they said they would do. This even includes a PR which states that there will be a little dilution and most acquisitions are done with preferred/restricted shares. Here are some DD links. This company seems to be completely honest. They even invite shareholders to come visit them and several have done so. Looks like the real deal. I have been invested for a few months and will not flip this one at this point and will only add more when they fulfill their fully reporting status. Read to your hearts content. Here is a summary of PRS through 11/15/2005.

http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8587117

PRS after 11/15
http://www.pbls.biz/pr49.htm
http://www.pbls.biz/pr50.htm
http://www.pbls.biz/pr51.htm (This guy was the original auditor for PBLS. Now why would the auditor want to become vice president? HMMM)
http://www.pbls.biz/pr52.htm (Oil, yes Oil, 2 more wells that are productive)

Lots more dd here.

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/

I am holding long!!!

jmho macdrsirules
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Ditto mac..........and nice post!

Good morning My PBLS family!!!!!!!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning to you Lil, o wise one!

Good morning to all PBLS'ers!

Shark
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Hey shark! how they bitin'? Not too hard I hope!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
It's still cold, windy and raining in Miami, so the sharkies are taking a break, staying deep, staying warm. When the weather gets warmer, then they'll start nipping at my toes again.

In the meanwhile, waiting for some good news from the PBLS front.

Are you feeling better today?

Shark
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Morning crew!
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Hey ALL!!!

Looking for a nice rebound today after the retrace!!!

If not gonna get more on friday, its a steal!!!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Let's hope for a green day. I'd like to see it break past .046. [Smile]
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
"Good morning! It's time for a healthy breakfast!"
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
I got 70,000 more shares at .0425! Ok now I'm really done buying! Good luck to all.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I'm good shark, thanks.

and I also have an order open........Headed out the door now....Keep good everyone.....see ya' all later!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I have an order in too, hoping it drops and tad more and fills. LOL
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Mornin' all!
I have an order in too, tee hee!
Fun fun!
LOL
 
Posted by special ed on :
 
Yeah, try to keep her down for a couple more days so I can get back in on this bad boy (or girl) haha!
Need to free up some cash.

Nice little triangle starting to form. Breakout perhaps within the next couple of weeks?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning pbls crew looks like we will hold in the low .04's unless the pr's dry dry up for a while a nice one at this time would sure make us run
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
ugh i hate waiting for orders to fill...
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
low volume nothing much going on be back later to see if the paint is dry
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Nice looking bullish pendent. Maybe next week it will break.
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Slow day today...

Took a look at stockcharts and it showed a day or few of low volume levels like this before the two big runs...thats what im hoping for, but thats wishful thinking!!??
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
Now we just have to be patient and wait for a couple big PR's. This is probably the best company in penny stocks that I've seen in awhile. I would not be surprised to see a .16-.20 PPS this year. I will wait for the big $$$$$!
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
still up 9 ticks in a week. interesting.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
To all investors interested:

There is a group of investors planning on going to N.O. to visit with Ron and Paul and see the gravel pit. They are going to try to video some of the activity and ask Ron and Paul a few questions. Speculating on FEB.20. If anyone is interested in making the trip let me know and I will give you the contact. I will not be able to make the trip unfortunately.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I wish I could go. But great that someone is. I hope that they hit them up with some real good questions.
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
mac and Warped,

Maybe we can start a list of questions that we could send to the group of investors so they can ask on our behalf. For example one question that has been gnawing in my mind is:

Has the company directly approached the Local, State and Federal governments with project proposals to help in the reconstruction of the Gulf Coast region?

I'm still sporting my "newbie investor" stripes, so don't poke fun at what may appear as a dumb question.

Thank you in advance,
Shark
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I wish that I could go to but I just don't think I could find the time at this time of year. It would be great for the poster if somebody went and could ask some of our questions
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
good morning everyone! Looks like a nice open so far!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning Lil, bond, warped, mac, jelly and all the other PBLS'ers!

Looking forward to a great day!

Shark
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Should be an interesting day. Closing out for the week, but we have a spinning top to answer to. I hope this closes up, even if it's just .0001!

Shark, that's not a dumb question... let's keep the questions coming. Great idea.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning to everybody
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Go PBLS!!!
 
Posted by MDP5754 on :
 
I dont get this - approx 4 million in pure buys in the last hour (10:30 - 11:30)and the PPS has not moved up. We've got some manipulation going on here..
 
Posted by realperson on :
 
Well here we go back up
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I think I got more a little too early, oh well, shouldn't matter in the long run. I'm locked and loaded and ready to move on up!

How is everyone today? Good I hope!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Sigh. I get the feeling we're gonna go home red today.

Let's hope for some news next week. Any updates, anyone?
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Hoping for news next week too!!

Looks like they like to give one out aleast once every week or two, so we are def DUE!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We will get news next week lots going on and we are getting closer to febuary. Until we hear different that when they apply for otcbb and fully reporting. Not to far off and we shall be rewarded IMHO
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Keep singing! [Smile] .042 now.
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Nice, looking like they wanna keep 'er even EOD..Ill take it!! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
We have great support here at .04........We will get the news and you'll all be wishing you got more here!

Remember thinking "we'll never break .024" LOL

Up almost 100% and *HOLDING* since then.

Not gonna be too much longer where we are double from here!

and so on, and so on.......

see ya'll Monday!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Have a nice week end Lil,Jelly and all the gang. your right Lil looks like support at .04 I was very pleasently suprised I thought we were going lower today. But the best is yet to come. glta
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Lil, bond, Jelly, warped, mac and the rest of the PBLS gang...Have a great weekend...

I'm ready to watch some serious football! Go Steelers and Seahawks!!

Shark
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Hey guys check this out. Details and video should be interesting. If any of you guys are interested let me know or go to investors hub and let mastercraft6 know.

Posted by: Mastercraft6
In reply to: None Date:1/20/2006 12:14:45 PM
Post #of 10467

Guess Who I just got off the Phone With??

I had to return his call because I was talking with a golf buddy when he called.

Paul Alonzo called me back. Said he was a real busy man but has Feb 20th open and the idea of meeting with a group of investors all at once made sense. He will be there, even pick us up at the airoprt. I do think we will need a van, because of the number of us. Said we could fly directly into N.O.


He did caution me that when investors meet with him and post, they get called liars. He did confirm investor came from Singapore and many throughout the U.S.

That's a big part of the reason I want to take a group at one time and if some yaahole wants to question it, there will be no chance for his BS.

I told Paul I wanted to make a video and he said fine. Said he could give us a couple of hours and have one of his people to take us to other places of business so we can see what we want.

Said we could stay in Baton Rouge but he would find room for us between a Mobil Home they have, places in the back and some Condo??? Sometimes, the way he talks you hate to interrupt him for more details.

I think it is a MARKETING BONANZA OPPORTUNITY, don't really see any turning back at this point.

Mastercraft

Heres another post

Posted by: Mastercraft6
In reply to: eggman80 who wrote msg# 10427 Date:1/20/2006 12:38:11 PM
Post #of 10468

The trip is schedlude for

Feb 20th.

I would hope we amy know more about the financials before then. I don't have any information on that subject, but if it's still a pending question, you know I'll bring it up.

Mastercraft
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Jelly just gave you 5 stars stay with us on this we need your input
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
testing just keeping us on the front page
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Well I hope we get some news tommorow we could use a lot of news before they file with the sec to be fully reporting co. End of january and febuary should be the start of a whole new ball game. Lots of news about oil, and N.O. See all of you in the morning glta
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
good morning bond and all.......Jelly, shark, mac, warped.........etc...

Yes, News would be nice....What I do like is that when we get it.........It's not just fluff so.....worth the wait for me.

Again, .04 is going to be a "wish I had gotten in or more" number soon.

Have a happy day all.........!
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
good morning, Lil!

- etc.
[Big Grin]
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Good Morning everyone! Hoping for a news week!

I need to keep telling myself that I have enough shares at this point, lol!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning LIL,Jelly,Thorn and all the crew
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Mornin' everyone. Let's hope for a green day... I need to cover a fed call. I need this to go up just one penny so I can cover it. (Still long though overall for sure!!!)
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
Just one penny? LOL, thats a pretty big increase, I'd love for a penny boost.
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning Lil and the rest of the gang. I will be away from the computer until 10p.m., so when I get back I hope to see some major GREEN!

I got my fill of football this weeekend, and the two teams I wanted made it through to the big show...

I hope everyone has a great day today. See you all later!

Shark
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
As bond did...just trying to keep us on the front page.

All quiet on the PBLS front...

Shark
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Go PBLS!!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thanks Shark very quite day low volume almost like the quiet before the storm
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 

 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Bond,

Do you think it's time to load up, or wait for a little more drop in price?

Shark
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
I spent all the money I could on this stock. This is the one to be in! Patients is the key for me. Good luck to everyone here! May we all make a lot of money on this one.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This week will tell a lot at these prices I think if I was not in a 100% I would be slowly adding IMHO so much can happen with this stock. And remember tuesday is our usually our pr day me I am just waiting. If afew other things I have get to the right price I would sell and invest more in pbls
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
I'll be happy if I can buy a donut after it is all over.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I hear you I am even in with my fun money the only thing I do for fun the last 30 days is rent a movie
 
Posted by MDP5754 on :
 
Is it me or does it seem that buys are having much less effect on the PPS over the last 3 or 4 trading sessions?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Mdp you are right we need some 40 million share days with lots of buys the only thing that can do that is positive pr's to back up the fundamentals. Any body want to visit they are getting the fun bus ready


Posted by: Mastercraft6
In reply to: backdoorbear who wrote msg# 10557 Date:1/23/2006 1:37:03 PM
Post #of 10558

Backdoor..

Will call PBLS Next week and try to start setting up
travel reservations. Will keep everyone posted.

Did you want to join us?

Mastercraft
 
Posted by MDP5754 on :
 
I think we may see a few more red days this week without a PR. Pick your price to load up. People tend to get edgy with money tied up in a pink. I'm a believer in Phoenix and will hopefully add some more this week.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Seems like more buys are coming in now after lunch and we have a little over double the volume of amep not bad for a hoe hum day
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MDP5754:
People tend to get edgy with money tied up in a pink.

Even knowing the DD, I'm edgy. Blame NDOL and PLNI.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I hear you nord really tied me in knots I am still in recovery mode from that one won't sell. plni I just never trusted Jim Turek and I bailed with a good profit. What fooled me on nord was tree people and 2create they are down big time but they usually pick winners I will be in nord a year before I break even. glta
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Hey, doesn't a stock drop just before big news? Or am I just thinking wishfully?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
sometimes, sometimes it just drops we are due for a good pr what will be tough will be the quiet time after the 10 form and wait
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
See all you folks later I have to run going to the theater going to see New World I am a big history buff this is supposed to be great and you are recommendrd to see it on the big screen then I am going to get drunk. glta
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Just got home. Expected a dip with waiting on news.
Not expecting too much more dipping as there is not a lot of volume......

All waiting for the next big news and........with new news everytime....we jump to a higher trading price........last was the 2's.........now the high 3's to low 4's.......I expect next to be leveling off in the low 6's to high 5's........JMO

I'm hanging for the bigger trading.......like the teens......YES, That's where I see us next month!
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Thanks Lil. Hope you got it right! It really did hold up despite an attempt to push it down.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good morning All!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I liked reading this post.

By: otcstk1
24 Jan 2006, 08:40 AM EST

NEWBIES...connect these dots-How about this one. Murphy Sand and Gravel is registered for hurricane Katrina support with the Army Corp of Engineers with a point of contact of Johnny Zornes.
----------Who is Johnny Zornes???----------
He was hired to expand Bayou State trucking business in 2003.Johnny Zornes is the manager of the sand/gravel pit and the company owned trucks.
-------------------------------------------
State of Louisiana
Department of Transportation and Development
Qualified Products List 2
AGGREGATES
Aggregates from the following sources have demonstrated the capability to conform to the quality requirements of Section 1003
of the Department’s Standard Specifications for Roads and Bridges, except as noted.
Superscript numbers placed behind the source, material, or column heading throughout this list indicate the existence of
restrictions, exceptions, or special applications for sources and/or material. See ’Endnotes’ and ‘Notes’ at the end of each
section for legend and application.
A. CHERT GRAVEL AND SILICA SAND
Chert gravels on this list have a Friction Rating of III when used as a coarse aggregate for Asphaltic Concrete. Friction Ratings
are defined in Subsection 1003.06
QUALIFIED PRODUCTS LIST 2 Rev. 10-01-05
Page 13 of 45
PRODUCT
SOURCE
CODE SOURCE
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
OF GRAVEL (SSD)A-3
DISTRICT 62 (continued)

AX36 Murphy Sand and Gravel (Pearl River) 2.50
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>
SAND/GRAVEL DD--Levee repair/Army corp.eng.$$$--600mm worth of the MOST valuable product smack dab in the largest construction BOOM in U.S.A history......
The Sand & Gravel Lease is located on a railroad line and is the closest of all existing mine sites to the I-59 and I-10 interstate highways serving New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast area. Management believes that this key location gives the Company an important competitive advantage due to the significant savings in the costs of transporting mineral and soil products to customer sites in the New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast areas. Management estimates that a contractor on a large construction project, lasting one year or more, will save a minimum of $40,000 per truck per year in fuel, maintenance and labor costs by purchasing mineral products from the Company as compared to the Company's nearest competitor.
>>>>>>>
The mineral and soil products that the Company mines have a wide range of uses. These products are used in buildings, highways, foundations, levee construction, concrete, asphalt, glass, swimming pool plaster, golf courses and beach replacement. Management believes many of these product uses are recession-proof which, when coupled with their variety, will contribute to the stability of the Company's revenues
-----------------PROOFS IN THE PUDDING GUYS--------------
PR FROM:>>>>> Monday September 12, 7:00 am ET
"While these videos rolled around the world showing the worst disaster in American history, an incredible effort to stop the rising flood waters was being orchestrated during which you may remember seeing three-ton bags of sand being dropped into the breached drainage canals at the 17th street canal (this canal separates Orleans Parish and Jefferson Parish) and also at the industrial canal (this canal connects the Mississippi River to Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans). Guess who supplied much of the sand to the contractors that did the work? You did through your investment in Phoenix and its Mining Division
---------------------------------------------------------
!!!!!!!!!!!ALL THIS MAKES MORE SENSE NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!
PBLS/Army Corps of Engineers..connecting the dots..

Dec. 15th-Dec 16th..
By: kimac_1
16 Dec 2005, 05:05 PM EST
Msg. 28448 of 30291
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To the PBLS longs/I have just finished a two day visit with Ron, & Paul and met many of the staff at the Phoenix office. Ron picked me up up at the airport as I had just made a long flight from my home in Hong Kong, with 3 stops along the way. I am now at DFW airport in Dallas, and must run for the gate to get my flight to LAX and Hong Kong tonight.

My trip was long but well worth it. I'll post more after getting back to Hong Kong. What I can say now is I was very impressed and will be adding another 2 million shares.
More later.
kimac

Posted last nite..
By: kimac_1
03 Jan 2006, 10:17 PM EST
Msg. 30270 of 30291
(This msg. is a reply to 30257 by mastercraft7.)
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mastercreaf7/With regards to your comments about the Army Corp of Engineers, the day that Johnny Zornes was taking me on a drive through Murphy Sand & Gravel, he mentioned that someone from the Army Corp Of Engineers had called him, and they were to meet the next day, as the Army Corp was interested in getting sand and gravel from them, as they are about 15 miles closer that the competition's pit. I was also taken to see the competition's pit some 15 miles further away. Let's hope that they can make a deal.

By: asus-2
04 Jan 2006, 12:07 AM EST
Msg. 30281 of 30291
(This msg. is a reply to 30272 by buds1own.)
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buds1own: Kimac is Mac from my 12.26 newsletter. I have a picture of him with Ron, he's the real deal.

Now from the Jan.1 2006 article. From The Times-Picayune..
http://www.nola.com/news/t-p/frontpage/index.ssf?/base/news-4/1136101328176420.xml

Last week Congress approved a $29 billion hurricane recovery package for new spending on hurricane protection in Louisiana and other Gulf Coast states clobbered by Katrina.

Corps officials have estimated that as much as $2.9 billion of that could be earmarked for the New Orleans region, most of it for levee improvements to include stepped-up levee construction in St. Charles Parish and West Jefferson, where levee-building started years later than in Orleans Parish and East Jefferson.

Funding was approved last week or so of December......

and the Corps has 5 months to get it done.

Corps fighting clock to fix levees
Can the Army Corps of Engineers restore the levees to at least pre-Katrina strength in the five months before the next hurricane season kicks in?
"It won't be pretty or permanent, but it will work," Bea said, "and it can be done by June 1."

Implications for PBLS.....The Murphy pit is close to the location of the levee rebulding project, we have access to trucks to move the material from orgin to destination, we have a truck scale at orgin to accurately weigh and record materials shipped to destination, we have a long-standing working relationship with Boh Bros., one of the largest contractors in the New Orleans area and Boh Bros. has a long-standing and current working relationship with the Corps, and we are a local firm with available land at the pit which could be expanded for more immediate production.

Everyone play it the way you see fit...but I think there is an Army coming over the hill and they're going to have a major impact on the PPS. Just speculation on my part, after connecting some dots. Kelly
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>
LAST BUT NOT LEAST!!!!!!!!!!!!
Our old buddies, the Boh Bros., have a couple of U.S. Army Corps of Engineer levee contracts.

Wonder where all the sand and gravel will come from..LOL

Postings on the Federal Business Opportunities Web site show three new contract awards by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Boh Brothers Construction Co. LLC. was awarded two contracts, respectively worth roughly $15.2 million and $6.2 million, to make levee repairs in Orleans Parish, La., while James Construction Group LLC was awarded one worth nearly $30.7 million for New Orleans East Back Levee to CSX railroad emergency restoration in the same parish.

http://www.publicintegrity.org/katrina/filter.aspx?cat=3
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Good Morning Lil, and all my lovely PBLS'ers!!!!

Gonna buy some more this week, hopefully before any news!!!
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Go PBLS!!!
 
Posted by pepa z depa on :
 
i am going to buy 130000 shares of PBLS, but as their stock goes everyday down, i am not really sure when to go in it. hope i wont miss their PR then :-)
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I think .034 is it!

Gonna' be gone for the rest of the morning. See you all later!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Just wondering... with PBLS going down again, I have a general question. Do retracements come in phases? I"m starting to think that this movement may be either that or it's because we don't have any new news to sustain the share price. Thoughts?

(Yes, I'm asking again. [Smile] Believe it or not, I believe this will help me to become a more aware and forward-looking trader)
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning all how is every body ?
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
Lil, PBLS just slapped you in the face. Shh! PBLS, can hear you! Hehe [Wink] This retrace is harsh. Makes me glad I got in so low....let's just hope it doesn't go all the way back to that (.0195). I'll be kicking myself if it does.
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
I don't think it's because of lack of news. I think it's MM's. As much as I hate how everyone uses that excuse, but look how there are sooooo many sells going through. It's not like all of us investors just all of a sudden decided to sell simultaneously at 10 AM on Tuesday morning. That's beyond coincidence. They're trying to drive the price down to get a lot more cheaper shares if I had to guess. I'm just giving my opinion of course.
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Looking for a bounce, maybe big news too. [Big Grin]

Is PBLS being shorted?
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
OK, guys. I hope I didn't just do a stupid thing. I always hear that I should cut my losses and then reenter.

Well, I have a fed call to pay up and was in danger of losing quite a bit. So when I went officially from green to red, I thought it'd be best that I get out and reenter later when I can afford it.

I hope I did the right thing. I know that this is a temporary dip and it makes me sick that I couldn't hang in there... I just can't afford to right now.
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Actually, I would have sold and bought back at the bottom...only it takes too long to get a pink transaction to go through. [Frown]
 
Posted by realperson on :
 
With out news we could retrace to below .03
which is normal so if you think news is on the way we are getting close to a great buy price
IMO
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
It didn't really slap me in the face f8less, Support seems to be in this area. I think it definately bounces back up........

This is cup and handle being built....We are at the bottom of the cup........now the question is....What do we do from here? Continue to build the bottom with support, or go up? I dunno'.

It's normal and healthy........
I would love to see news to keep us all trading higher but, as I have said, I'm not too concerned with todays trading as I'm looking at the big picture....
For all not in.....I'd get it here or try for a little lower if you want.
It will be trading MUCH, MUCH, MUCH higher...within the coming weeks.......Just keep all of the DD and what you have come to learn about PBLS in the front of your minds!

See ya later. Gotta' go try and start my car again.......Left the door open all night and now have a dead battery! BLONDIE!!!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
See.....There she goes.......MY CAR IS DEAD!!!!!!
LMAO~!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I hope you get your car started Lil... would you like me to jump it for ya? I'll fly up to Jersey to help. [Smile]

Anyways, I'll be watching this and trying to reenter. I just need to figure out where. Now that I have answered my calls, I can reenter, hopefully.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
LOL, PLEASE DO!!!!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
At this point I think management is so busy getting everything they need to make us fully reporting plus they day to day running of the business which I hear is getting bigger every day do to increased levels of rebuilding N.O. a pr is one of the last things on there mind now. Unless the stock heads for sub pennies. IMHO
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
And sub pennies is just a phrase that I used I don't think it is heading there at all so don't take that the wrong way. glta go pbls go
 
Posted by pepa z depa on :
 
where can i see real time charts? i will go in this stock today probably and would like to see catch the bottom.
My broker has 15 minutes delayed charts
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
You have to pay a broker or feed provider for realtime.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
pepa if you were looking for a bottom, I think you missed it. IMO
 
Posted by 10of13 on :
 
My L2's aren't showing for this...could someone tell me what they are at?
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
.034 X .036
 
Posted by 10of13 on :
 
Thanks Jelly!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Well it looks like the mm's got there shares and its up we go glad that this skrimish is over for a while now lets focus on the real battle instead of worrying about a small fight.
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Ah, back to .036, just as if nothing had happened. [Smile] Did you pass the test? (Not counting Warped who had extenuating circumstances.)

Now it needs to go up so Lil can get a new car (or fix that one). [Big Grin]
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
looks like we've hit the floor.

Darn. Why do i literally always buy at the peak and sell at the lowest point possible?

Argh!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Hey like a friend of mine once said don't worry be happy life will always get crappy
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Warped, I think you've got it down. Now just sell when you think you should buy, and buy when you are thinking of selling and you are set! [Wink]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Warped its hard to be a flipper you really have to know a stock like the back of your hand and lots of flippers play a dual role on a stock like pbls. Part invested and part they flip for cash flow I like to stay invested on a winner like this
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
As you stated warped you had to sell. But the way I feel I stayed when it was in the .01's and it ran to the .05's why if I did not have to sell would I not hold at the .03's ? If that is as far as the mm's can take this now with all there mirror trading just think of where it is going.
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
warped, you buy and sell at the wrong time because you let other people influence your decision. the number 1 thing you should not let happen.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Thanks guys.

Bond, I definitely did not want to be a flipper on this one. Believe me, I only sold because I have to cover a house call and a fed call. I'd rather sell now instead of them just decide to liquidate whatever they want in my portfolio. If I could, I much rather would have held on to the shares.

Kywee, thanks for your advice. As I stated, I only sold because I felt that I didn't have a choice because of my circumstances. However, it is definitely true that I consider people's input here, because I don't have as much experience and am learning. But I do know that it is up to me myself to do my own DD and to make my own final decision.

I'm still learning guys... someday I'll be a darn good trader who can hold his own. But until then, one baby step at a time. [Smile]

Thanks for the input guys.
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Hey, when it comes to pinks, even when it has as much good DD as this one, I find it hard to build confidence in the stock. There are variables outside the control of the company which are in play.
 
Posted by kywee on :
 
im not saying dont use peoples reactions. of-course you should use peoples reactions to help determine what the stock is going to do, im just saying if someone is like buy this or sell that, i wouldnt listen.

for example, i know when GZFX is going to go up or down based on the consensus of many boards.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Peek-A- Boo
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Today from CNN..

Oil price rises on Iran fears

Monday, January 23, 2006; Posted: 4:07 a.m. EST (09:07 GMT)

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Manage Alerts | What Is This? SINGAPORE (AP) -- Oil prices rose to open the week above U.S.$69 a barrel on supply fears linked to Iran's tense diplomatic standoff with the West over its nuclear ambitions and continuing labor unrest in oil-rich Nigeria.

Light, sweet crude for March delivery rose as much as 72 cents to U.S.$69.20 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange, before retreating to U.S.$68.72, 24 cents up. The contract on Friday jumped U.S.$1.52 to settle at U.S.$68.35 a barrel, the highest closing price since September 1, just days after Hurricane Katrina made landfall.

Crude oil prices reached a record high of U.S.$70.85 a barrel on August 30.


Can't hurt our oil position
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Up and away...
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Go PBLS!!!
*sigh*
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
I almost bought more at the low today and stopped myself. LOL Actually had the order in and everything. LOL Go baby GO!!!
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Pbls'ers where do you all believe this will end up on friday??

My funds will be in the acct by then, and just want some different views on if you think it we saw a intraday reversal that could change the direction for rest of week, or will we stay around .035??
 
Posted by trader_adam on :
 
you should all look into CWPC
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Big , I really don't know I myself think we are in a quiet time and pbls is finishing there audit. And we will not here much until next month. Then you will see a stream of pr's. Don't forget everything this co is into including location.location,and location. I would suggest that you look at the front of this thread and read all the dd and then you will see why the pps to me does not make much difference a penny or two one way or the other. I have committed to be an investor on this one lol.
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Bond im in this long term already as well, just wanna get more this week and just wanted some opinions on if anyone sees it staying around .035 for the rest of the week...

Just wanna get more for the best DEAL possible!!
 
Posted by laintbad on :
 
I'm kicking myself for not selling this at 0.055. hopefully it will get back to those levels soon.

Why isn't there any PR's yet on New Orleans construction thingy?

ALSO have they started the buyback?

thanks.,
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Big, I guess I just don,t think we will have a radical move this week but who can say 100% for sure. IMHO it will take a great pr to do that. lol
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Bond, I agree with you 100 percent!! Just trying to load up on a few more shares before the end of week! Gonna bring this over from RB, someones prospective on what he says by mid 2006:

By: stockjockee
24 Jan 2006, 09:38 PM EST
Msg. 34489 of 34496
Jump to msg. #
Here is what I see: by mid-2006

Mr. Alonzo, President and CEO of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, announced that the Board of Directors made the decision to bring the Company into SEC compliance and to become a fully reporting company in accordance with the U.S. Securities Act of 1934 by mid-2006. To facilitate this achievement, Phoenix has engaged the services of Michael Raymond, Esq., with Dickinson Wright, PLLC, Counselors at Law of Ann Arbor, Michigan, as their SEC Attorney. Phoenix also announced that it has engaged the accounting services of Dennis Kowalski of Toledo, Ohio, thus assuring compliance with SEC and NASD regulations for a fully reporting traded company. In addition to Mr. Raymond and Mr. Kowalski, Ms. Patti Fischer, Phoenix's Regional Liaison located in Toledo, Ohio, will also be a member of the team that will bring Phoenix to fully reporting status with the SEC and NASD.

As a reporting company, Phoenix will be required to file annual reports on Form 10-KSB, quarterly reports on Form 10-QSB, and reports or unusual events on Form 8K. In addition, the Company will be required to solicit proxies for its annual meetings in accordance to Section 14 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and other reporting requirements will apply to management shareholdings.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Big, nice post good info. When I start thinking about where the pps is I like to look at a post by Kelly Leak

Posted by: kelly leak
In reply to: cash2go who wrote msg# 10684 Date:1/24/2006 9:13:48 PM
Post #of 10689

cash2go..

At tonights close using the A/S as a share count, the company market cap is right at $36 million.

The sand and gravel pit assets alone are worth at least $300 million.

Not counting...
Progas.
KY producing wells.
Construction business.
WY and Nevada lease values.
Trucking business.
Pool business.

A tad undervalued..IMHO. Kelly
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Nice Bond!!Once that info becomes fully and publicly reported, I will be a happy man as will all of us...This will show how much potential this stock has and how undervalued it is right now!! [Smile]

Its only a matter of time now,and I got all the patience in the world!!
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Once all the skeptics see the numbers and that the numbers they we have seen all along are real, we will see an explosion.. IMO

As long as the numbers dont come out this week, need as much shares at these levels as I can get!! [Smile]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Big, Thats a roger on that one I think that is all that is really holding this back once the application is made and the 10 form is filed if you are not in you will br chasing this one imho
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Did anyone watch IVHG today? It was a highly undervalued stock. http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/060123/0107146.html

Makes me think of PBLS. [Smile]
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
Peek-A- Boo

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Posted by shomethamoney on :
 
Does anyone know anything about a company called POGI? I know that there is major development in Canada going on right now. I have googled them but not much information except what is on otbcc.com.
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by shomethamoney:
Does anyone know anything about a company called POGI? I know that there is major development in Canada going on right now. I have googled them but not much information except what is on otbcc.com.

Go to finance. yahoo. coom and type in POGI.ob
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good Morning all.
 
Posted by shomethamoney on :
 
Thanks Bigpayout. I did but I did not get a whole lot there either. I was trying to see speculation on them. Everyone have a great day!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning Lil and all the pbls folks lets see green today go pbls
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
OK, I hope I can get in today. What do you think a good reentry point and time is? I'm thinking that I'll try to get in on any dip at lunch.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Due some math this morning by Kelly Leak a good poster on r/b


Some early morning mental math exercise...

Given: 1. PBLS has around a 82% working interest in the KY leases.
2. The cost to drill a well on the KY leases is $18,000-$20,000 per well.
3. Assume the average life of a producing well at 2 years.
4. Oil price at the well head is $55 and remains constant.

Let's see..a well producing only 5 barrels per day for two years will pump out 5 x 365 x 2 = 3650 barrels.
3650 x $55 = $200,750. 82% of that is $164,615. Original drilling investment cost is $20,000. Approximately $145,000 net return above investment cost over the 2year period for only a 5 barrel/day producer.

PBLS has 18 wells averaging 26 barrels per day on pump presently with others undergoing the drillbit and more to be drilled after those are completed. Pretty amazing how quickly the revenues flow right to the bottom line. Cost of monitoring and maintaining the wells is low because of the wells being located in one area and can be serviced by one person.

Just for the fun of it let's say PBLS drills and completes an additional 10 wells on the KY leases over the next 6 months. And they have a average daily production of only 20 barrels per day and oil price averages $60 per barrel at the wellhead.

28 wells x 20 x 365 = 204,400 barrels on annual basis. Equates to (204,400 x $60 x 82%) gross revenue of $12,264,000. Assign a total drilling and annual maintainence cost of $30,000 per well reduces the gross by $840,000 leaving $11,424,000 net. Geez..that's a little over a penny per share earnings using the full A/S of a billion shares, just by using known numbers and some fairly conservative estimates.

From off the KY oil potential alone, PBLS could post earnings of over a penny a share assuming the other operations just break-even. We know that Progas operates in the black, the pit is a sand and gravel goldmine in the making, construction is booming and will for several more years in NOLA, trucking is rolling gangbusters and the pool business will increase as more rebuilding and restoration moves forward in the Gulfcoast area. Pretty safe assumption, IMO, the other segments of the company will also contribute heavily to the bottom line.

But back to KY oil..an earnings per share of just a penny per share with a P/E of 15 makes PBLS a 15 cent stock on that part of the company alone. About 4 times where we are trading at now.
Looks like a pretty good risk/reward situation to me from the numbers. I continue to buy. Later, Kelly
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Warped, thats it my friend nobody can tell you when to get in but it has been the trading cycle of this stock that it dips at lunch so that is the time I would have my buy finger ready.
 
Posted by MB on :
 
NEWS!!!
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Subsidiary Doubles Well Count in Kentucky
Jan 25, 2006 10:00:00 AM
COVINGTON, LA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 01/25/06 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (OTC: PBLS) announced today that the Company's Rome Oil and Gas subsidiary has drilled two new wells on its Rodgers Brothers Lease in Adair County, Kentucky, bringing the total number of wells drilled on the leasehold to four. The Rodgers Brothers Lease is located in South Central Kentucky and is known in the Oil & Gas drilling community as "Flat Wood Field." Executives at the Company noted that additional drilling sites are being surveyed and it is expected that a total of between 8 and 10 wells will be eventually drilled on the lease.

Production on these wells is expected to be similar to the production of the existing two wells. According to Petroleum Engineer, A. G. Collins, "These wells could produce as much as 15,000 - 18,000 barrels of oil each over the life of the wells."

Phoenix President & CEO, Paul Alonzo, commented, "I am very pleased with the exceptional strides made by our Kentucky operations to date. We continue to make significant in roads in terms of increased production capacity on lease assets we believe to have low-risk and high production profiles and are continuing our efforts to locate and acquire new lease opportunities consistent with our plan and philosophy of growth-at-a-reasonable-price."

About Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses. Current company assets included oil leasehold and drilling operations, sand and gravel quarry and mining operations, a contract hauling trucking fleet, diversified construction operations and land development leaseholds. The Company is experiencing significant organic growth in each of these businesses and is aggressively acquiring synergistic businesses in order to rapidly build capacity.

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

This press release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate and members of its management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.

For More Information Contact:
Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 292-0982
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good going Jelly great news love you
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Love you too Bond!!!
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Woo hooo! I'm back in!

I got in at .037. Was that a good or bad price to get in? I was gonna wait till lunch, but the news prompted me to act quicker. Darn emotions... I must learn to control them better. Working on it.
 
Posted by pepa z depa on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
Woo hooo! I'm back in!

I got in at .037. Was that a good or bad price to get in?

My yesterdays specalution with bottom catching went bad and i got in at .036. So your price is still good too...
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 

 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Here comes the buyers green green
 
Posted by peateargriffon on :
 
Was that a good or bad price to get in?


What are your thoughts? Was it a good move in your mind? Are you happy you bought when you did? If you are happy with pulling thr trigger at this point, then thats all that matters. If I tell you good job, will it make your decision any better? If I tell you you should've waited, will you quickly sell and wait. Dude, you're in the driver's seat, you gotta believe in what you do.
 
Posted by airdoo on :
 
.037 is a great price!!!! it's the price i paid. lol
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I agree.

Just trying to compare notes, that's all. If everyone tells me it was stupid, it'll cause me to reexamine my actions and figure out WHY it was stupid and IF it was stupid in my eyes. If everyone tells me it was a good decision, then I'll try to figure out WHY it was a good decision now and not later. All part of the learning process.

But I agree that ultimately it's all up to me. And personally, I'm satisfied with my entry price. Just always open to hear diff opinions that's all. How else will I learn?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Still a little foggy yet this morning prduction per day would be.

22 wells producing 608 barrels a day JUST OFF K.Y lease...
AND another 8-10 coming on line...Only takes 3 days or so to punch the holes guys and 20k each to do so.....
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Grrr. Down again. This is one stock you shouldn't watch too closely. [Razz]
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
So, why no run with today's PR?
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
looks like we are still infected with flippers and day traders. Because we have been getting a bunch of sales on news the last two times
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Well, I'm guessing it's partly cuz of lunch.

Plus, I think the PR is referring to the initiation of two wells being drilled. The big news will be when they reach the sources.
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
ok... Go PBLS!!!!
[Smile]
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
For the most part the PR's the last few months have done nothing but cause the PPS to drop. If you notice most of the time a PR is released it drops.
Anyway no worries here. I just sold another stock today and just out of curiosity looked at historical prices. This stock has had no splits, either forward or reverse, once a penny stock now on nasdaq.

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=RGLD&a=10&b=01&c=1991&d=11&e=30&f=1991&g=d

Now look at it.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=RGLD,uu[h,a]daclyyay[pd20,2!b200!f][vc60][iut!Ub14!La12,26,9]&pref=G

Pretty cool huh?
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Thanks mac! That is remarkable... gives me hope [Smile]
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
That company was formed in 1981 where it traded for around $4. It went up to about $17 before dropping down to subdollar for about two years, then made its climb to where it is now.

http://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/quickchart/quickchart.asp?symb=rgld&sid=0&o_symb=rgld&freq=2&time=20

Here's my favorite: AIP

http://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/quickchart/quickchart.asp?symb=aip&sid=0&o_symb=aip&freq=2&time=20

I first learned about it when it was trading between $1 and $1.25, around 1980.

[ January 25, 2006, 12:52: Message edited by: Thorn ]
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by macdrsirules:
For the most part the PR's the last few months have done nothing but cause the PPS to drop. If you notice most of the time a PR is released it drops.
Anyway no worries here. I just sold another stock today and just out of curiosity looked at historical prices. This stock has had no splits, either forward or reverse, once a penny stock now on nasdaq.

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=RGLD&a=10&b=01&c=1991&d=11&e=30&f=1991&g=d

Now look at it.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=RGLD,uu[h,a]daclyyay[pd20,2!b200!f][vc60][iut!Ub14!La12,26,9]&pref=G

Pretty cool huh?

WHAT?!?!?!? You mean I have to wait 15 years to become a millionaire???? HAHAHAHA! Just messing around.

[Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Heh. At least it is possible. [Razz]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We really need some solid volume of the investor type. I my self think next month we get to .065 before mid month. Just my opinion and that will be because of some good pr's if they file a 10 form watch out
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Nice way to end the day, even if it doesn't really matter: .038 after the bell. [Smile]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
we might have a trend reversal here new bottom level .0325 today on news and we closed up very interesting time will tell.
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
I'm looking forward to next month. PBLS should pick it up a bit. Good luck to all of here! Keep the Faith.
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Bond, I think you are right with the trend reversal.. I mentioned it yesterday as i saw we dipped early then made a bounce to round the hod.. I think this PR was thrown out here at a good time just to keep the price stable!!

Go PBLS!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Big glad that you spotted the same thing yesturday I hope we are right I guess we will have to see what hoppens good nite buddy getting old need my sleep
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Night Bond, take 'er easy and bring the green with you in the morning!!!
 
Posted by airdoo on :
 
PBLS on american bulls dot com's watch-list
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning Lil, bond, jelly and all PBLS'ers!

Was away from the computer for three days, but it seems that there was no major movement...good to see I didn't miss a good run.

Have a great day everyone!

Shark
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
A...gap up! [Smile]

It's a good morning to you all today! (and should be despite the stock prices [Smile] ).
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Good morning all!!!

Morning looking pretty good soo far!! [Smile]
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Go PBLS!!!
(Just not down...)
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Still pretty flat...and keeping us on the front page...hee hee.

shark
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
mac,

Whatever happened to the group of investors that were going to NO and check out PBLS? Is that still on, how can we send them our questions? Any updates or information?

Thanks,
Shark
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Meeting is still on as far as I know. Look for a PM from me.
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by rcatrader:
Watch DVFN. Big move is coming anytime.

You'd be better off putting that in the DVFN thread. Some here (including me) are not interested in reading about other stocks in the PBLS thread, unless it is related to PBLS. It just confuses things and wastes space.
 
Posted by tilt on :
 
I am starting to get bored, is this stock gonna move any direction anytime soon?
 
Posted by ajman on :
 
It will move up after enough people get bored with it and sell and move on. They're just trying to get cheap shares now. If you don't believe me just sell and move on and come back in a couple of months and see where its at.
This company has to much potential to sit here very long.
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Just the fact that it is holding at these levels gives me confidence in the stock.
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Thorn:
Just the fact that it is holding at these levels gives me confidence in the stock.

Somehow, I knew it would be a bad omen to say that....
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
oy
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This sure been a slow day! I am myself Thorn suprised we have held this price with no action at all. Evey thing I own is slow and one isn't doing enough volume to sell at all if I could I would sell it and buy more pbls just for somthing to do. I really think this is the quiet before the storm. GLTA
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
A bloody day all the way around from the looks of it , at least in otc & pinkland.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
its terrible when you are in a stock as undevalued as this one even if you took the whole 1 billion a/s and figured it was in the float it would still be under valued I guess our day will come. Because there was atime when the price was struggling to get to .01 now it has been staying about .03 or a little above. All the companies that pbls has bought have taken a small amount of cash and large blocks of stock they must feel that it will be worth a lot more in the near furture and they due better research than we do. So I guess that they know something that we don't. IMHO glta
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
I think today proved that we are gonna stay around .032 -.038 until news and/or volume, with any news giving us some more stablization around this range...I was hoping for a lil reversal uptrend today, but oh well!!

Im in for the long haul, so not worried at all!!! [Smile]
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
A must read.

Posted by: provocateur007
In reply to: None Date:1/26/2006 2:46:59 PM
Post #of 10877

Howdy fellow longs! As most of you already know, I’ve been around for a long time, and have accumulated 3.5MM shares in my name and have sold not one share yet. I am a true long, holding out for the big payday at $1+, for some of the shares and hold the rest.

I want to underscore my following due diligence, commentary and heresay by stating, with emphasis, that it is my personal opinions and all others must be responsible for their own due diligence.

Firstly, I am thrilled with my investment and continue to add at every dip and always buy at bid, as some of you know I don’t blink!

I don’t post much due to the abundance of uncivil postings that are heaped upon the messenger by those exerting their personal agendas. However, I do chime in when I see the masses going off on some irrational tangent, and ‘drinking their own bathwater' till they upchuck.

I recommend that you read the two published articles that I have posted and then read my commentary with reference to the more specific content I wish to discuss.

I have not been pleased with the lack of detail in the PRs regarding the oil operations and the recently drilled wells. In fact, I emailed a four page detailed correspondence to PBLS management stating my recommendations on how and what to release so that folks like myself with oil and gas expertise can fill in the blanks if PBLS management is reluctant to cheer lead their own operations.

1) Taken from The Adair Progress (Gradyville local paper)

NEW OIL WELLS BEING HIT IN OLD GRADYVILLE FIELD

6/23/05 Paul B. Hayes, Editor
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the old Gradyville Field was the site of the first oil boom in Adair County, with a large number of large, long-producing Knox formation and Murfreesboro for-mation wells hit, leading to a rush of exploration that spread throughout the county. Now, some 30-plus years later, the Gradyville field is again the scene of at least what could be called a "mini boom," as in the past two months or so, a total of 14 producing wells have been hit in only 18 attempts on two leases - the latest one being drilled in last Friday at a depth of 1,510 in the Knox. According to Jimmy Reliford, owner of Jimmy Reliford Drilling Co., who has drilled all the wells on the two leases and owns the larger lease, the wells are being hit in an area that wasn’t explored during the heydays of the early 1970’s. "When all the exploration was being done in the early ‘70s, this area apparently was overlooked," Reliford said. "There were wells hit all around, but they just never did do anything in this particular area. The latest exploration began earlier this year when Reliford drilled in three wells (out of five attempts) on the Harvist lease for Rome Oil and Gas out of Lexington. The success of the wells on the Harvist lease prompted Reliford to start drilling on a 254 acre adjoining tract, best known as the old Crystal Green farm, which Reliford has had the lease for over 20 years. Reliford and his partner in the wells, Turner Branch of Alburquerque, New Mexico, drilled three successful wells - one in the Murfreesboro and two in the Knox - out of five attempts on the Green lease. "They’re all three good wells," Reliford noted. "They’ve leveled out and together are making 63-65 barrels a day, and with oil getting close to $60 a barrel, that’s not bad at all." Reliford then sold a "checkerboard" of drill sites on the Green lease to Mid-America Oil and Gas of Hendersonville, Tennessee. Mid-America owner Gary Milby, a Green County native, then brought in Warren Producers of Bowling Green (owned and operated by another Green County family, the Goffs) and they began drilling. "So far, we’ve hit eight wells in nine attempts," Gary Milby said. "They’re all good wells, and this new well looks like it could possibly make as much as 100 barrels of oil a day." Milby noted that over three million barrels of oil have been pumped out of the Gradyville field since the 1970s, and there appears to be quite a bit more. "We’re starting going down a little deeper, into the second and third breaks in the Knox, and we’re hitting about everything," he said. "We’re shipping oil out of here just about every day - it’s hard for the tankers to keep up." Warren Producers president Clint Goff said he is also very excited about the success they’ve had in the new field. "I’m tickled to death with the number of successful wells we’ve drilled out here," Goff said. "We’ve been doing so well here that we’ve about had to stop drilling anywhere else right now and concentrate all of our resources in this field. "The last time I saw anything like we’ve done out here was in the Richardsville field (in Warren County), and that was over 20 years ago," he noted. Both Milby and Goff said they will continue to explore the Green lease. "We’re going to drill as many wells as fast as we can," Milby stated.


2) Taken from The Business Courier (Cincinnati)


From the September 30, 2005 print edition
Prospector hits it big in Ky. oil wells
Dan Monk
Senior Staff Reporter
"I hate to call it selling," Jim Simpson explained, "because all I have to do is tell people about it and they take it away from me."
Simpson, the husband of Multi-Craft Litho Inc. President Debbie Simpson, has been selling partnership units in Kentucky oil wells. The units are being sold in private offerings by a Tennessee entrepreneur, Gary Milby, who claims to be pumping more than 1,000 barrels a day out of a 35-year-old field in Adair County, near the Tennessee border.
As the price of natural gas and oil soars, speculators are taking a new look at Kentucky, where oil production peaked in the 1950s but permits for new wells are expected to reach a 13-year high this year. Industry trade groups urge investor caution. Not every operator is scrupulous, they warn. And the president of the Tennessee Oil and Gas Association criticized Milby's fees and said investors, in general, should always carefully scrutinize productivity claims.
But according to Simpson, investors aren't worried. They're buying. The Villa Hills resident said he has sold 76 of the 2 percent ownership units at $21,000 apiece since June. And he's working on a larger offering, raising $17 million from 10 investors for a 100-well package.
"I've never seen anything as hot in my life. When people understand it, they go look for their checkbook," he said.
Milby met with investors at the Banker's Club Sept. 27. Simpson, who arranged the meeting, said the group includes local attorneys, accountants and business owners. In a cell phone call, on his way back to Tennessee, Milby said he secured more than a dozen new investments at the Sept. 27 meeting, many of them friends and relatives of his initial local investors.
"They're like a bunch of penguins," Milby said. "They all huddle up close to the water and let one guy jump in to make sure there's no shark in there. If there's no shark, they all jump in."
One of Milby's recent offering documents outlines the business case. In the Aug. 29 memorandum for Black Gold Oil #1 LLP, Milby's Mid-America Energy Inc. proposes to raise $525,000 to drill three wells on property it leases in Adair County.
Included in the document is a pro forma that indicates a $21,000 investment would yield a 22.9 percent first-year return if the wells generate 15 barrels a day with oil trading at $50 per barrel. That doesn't include the value of tax breaks available to oil-drilling partnerships, which the document estimates at $7,318 for investors in the 39 percent tax bracket.
Milby said he has drilled 43 wells in a field that has produced 3 million barrels since 1969. He owns drilling rights through a partnership with Jimmy Reliford Drilling Co. of Columbia, Ky. When the field was discovered, drilling rules allowed only one well per 50 acres. But rules enacted in the 1970s allow five-acre spacing. Milby said he's trying to raise money so he can drill up to 600 wells quickly, while oil prices are high.
He claims to have hit oil on 42 of his 43 wells, pumping an average of 30 barrels a day from each well, levels he thinks are sustainable over time.
"We try to get 90 barrels a day from all three wells," he said. "That gives investors a good return, and we're not pushing the wells too hard to do that."
But industry experts are skeptical of Milby's claims. The Kentucky Geological Survey, which tracks Kentucky oil production, said Adair County wells produced an average 31,000 barrels per year for the five years ending in 2003. During the period, only 65 percent of new wells produced oil. Thirty-five percent were dry. Yet Milby is claiming a 98 percent success rate, with production levels roughly 15 times higher than the county's five-year average.
"That's a red flag," said Bill Goodwin, president of the Tennessee Oil and Gas Association and a principal in Ky-Tenn Oil Inc. "If you're getting that kind of production, why in the hell would you want to sell it?"
Goodwin said the oil industry has a problem with "promoters" who make their money from raising capital to drill new wells, not from actual production. He claims Kentucky is particularly vulnerable to such operators because its regulatory requirements allow a one-year delay in the release of production data.
Goodwin said investors should hire a geologist to verify production claims or ask to see copies of "run tickets," which are receipts written by oil haulers when they load up tanker trucks at well-production sites.
Goodwin didn't want to pass judgment on Milby's venture, although he criticized as "too high" the fees Milby is charging for well testing and well-site acquisition.
Milby said Goodwin doesn't like him because "he tried to buy some production from me" but didn't like Mid-America's prices. Milby and Simpson said investors can see for themselves whether wells are producing by taking a three-hour drive to Adair County.
The Courier tried to reach investors identified by Simpson and Milby. Two of the four did not return calls. A third declined to comment. Another asked not to be named but indicated he was aware of the risks involved in the venture.

Now for my opinions and commentary.

I have actually spoke directly with the driller that drilled the Rome Oil & Gas Inc wells that are now owned by PBLS, we spoke for over a half hour and I have a personal welcome to call back in the future. I was honest about who I said I was and want to point out that we should not call and overwhelm the locals with calls and inquiry as they get skittish and clam up. I was able to relate directly with him as to local restaurants and hangouts I visited when I was part of the drilling boom referred to in Richardsville 20 some odd years ago.

Please do not ruin my contact!

Discussion regarding the content of the first article:

Excerpt: The latest exploration began earlier this year when Reliford drilled in three wells (out of five attempts) on the Harvist lease for Rome Oil and Gas out of Lexington.

Comment: This reference was made on 6/23/05 prior to the PBLS press release of 10/18/05 wherein they made public the acquisition of Rome Oil & Gas Inc. Note the 60% drilling success rate.

Excerpt: The success of the wells on the Harvist lease prompted Reliford to start drilling on a 254 acre adjoining tract, best know as the old Crystal Green farm, which Reliford has had the lease for over 20 years. Reliford and his partner in the wells, Turner Branch of Alburquerque, New Mexico, drilled three successful wells - one in the Murfreesboro and two in the Knox - out of five attempts on the Green lease. "They’re all three good wells," Reliford noted. "They’ve leveled out and together are making 63-65 barrels a day, and with oil getting close to $60 a barrel, that’s not bad at all."

Comment: Our Rome Oil & Gas Inc success spurred the additional drilling on Jimmy Reliford’s own lease, the adjacent 254 acre tract. Again note the 3 good wells out of five or 60% drilling success rate. Settled production for the three well package is 63-65 barrels per day, at $60 per barrel.

Excerpt: Reliford then sold a "checkerboard" of drill sites on the Green lease to Mid-America Oil and Gas of Hendersonville, Tennessee. Mid-America owner Gary Milby, a Green County native, then brought in Warren Producers of Bowling Green (owned and operated by another Green County family, the Goffs) and they began drilling.
"So far, we’ve hit eight wells in nine attempts," Gary Milby said. "They’re all good wells, and this new well looks like it could possibly make as much as 100 barrels of oil a day."
Milby noted that over three million barrels of oil have been pumped out of the Gradyville field since the 1970s, and there appears to be quite a bit more.

Comment: Jimmy Reliford starts an aggressive LP or similar drilling program on his 254 acre tract (adjacent to Rome Oil & Gas Inc. site. They have hit 8 out of 9 drilling attempts, appears to be a sweeter part of the producing reservoir. In fact, he states the most recent well came in at 100 barrels of oil per day. Note that the production has been over the 30+ year period. These wells appear to have some longevity to them as the production comes from the rather tight Knox and Murfreesboro formations that I believe are fractured limestone.

Excerpt: "We’re starting going down a little deeper, into the second and third breaks in the Knox, and we’re hitting about everything,"

Comment: The Knox formation is 2800-3000 feet thick with the top of the formation about 1400 feet deep, past drilling in the 70’s and until recent usually penetrated only the top of the Knox formation relying on the reservoir drive mechanism of Gas Drive, however their appears to be also a Water Drive mechanism in play later in the production life of the well and nowadays drillers are actually drilling deeper into the Knox to take advantage of the Water Drive mechanism to get better production by producing over a larger depth interval that can drain into the well. As he alludes to they have hit it all, meaning oil, natural gas and water. The market in this area is only for the oil, the natural gas is just flared or used in some instances to run engines or to provide heat, etc. The water is just disposed of at a cost.

Excerpt: "The last time I saw anything like we’ve done out here was in the Richardsville field (in Warren County), and that was over 20 years ago," he noted.

Comment: Back in the mid 80’s I was the petroleum engineer consultant in the Richardsville field in Warren County where we drilled 16 wells and put 15 of them on production after drilling into the top of the Knox formation.


Discussion regarding the content of the second article:

Excerpt: President Debbie Simpson, has been selling partnership units in Kentucky oil wells. The units are being sold in private offerings by a Tennessee entrepreneur, Gary Milby, who claims to be pumping more than 1,000 barrels a day out of a 35-year-old field in Adair County, near the Tennessee border.

Comment: Private offerings and note this is the same Milby referenced in the first article so this is the speculative drilling program on the previously mentioned 254 acre tract discussed in the first article.

Excerpt: As the price of natural gas and oil soars, speculators are taking a new look at Kentucky, where oil production peaked in the 1950s but permits for new wells are expected to reach a 13-year high this year. Industry trade groups urge investor caution. Not every operator is scrupulous, they warn. And the president of the Tennessee Oil and Gas Association criticized Milby's fees and said investors, in general, should always carefully scrutinize productivity claims.
But according to Simpson, investors aren't worried. They're buying. The Villa Hills resident said he has sold 76 of the 2 percent ownership units at $21,000 apiece since June. And he's working on a larger offering, raising $17 million from 10 investors for a 100-well package.

Comment: There is a large amount of activity in the area and apparently no shortage of oil and gas investors, Like most drilling partnerships the promoters take a large percentage of the revenue and the investor limited partners pay all the bills. We don’t have that additional burden as we participate in PBLS oil production as shareholders with a strong company developing their own lease. Less costs equal greater profits. You have to love the 100 well drilling package and the 10 investors that put up $17,000,000.

Excerpt: One of Milby's recent offering documents outlines the business case. In the Aug. 29 memorandum for Black Gold Oil #1 LLP, Milby's Mid-America Energy Inc. proposes to raise $525,000 to drill three wells on property it leases in Adair County.
Included in the document is a pro forma that indicates a $21,000 investment would yield a 22.9 percent first-year return if the wells generate 15 barrels a day with oil trading at $50 per barrel. That doesn't include the value of tax breaks available to oil-drilling partnerships, which the document estimates at $7,318 for investors in the 39 percent tax bracket.

Comment: $175,000 per well for the three well package, note that a 2% ownership unit equals $21,000. It is not uncommon for about 50% of the promoted funds actually go into drilling and production, the other 50% goes into the promoters pocket.
Milby said he has drilled 43 wells in a field that has produced 3 million barrels since 1969. He owns drilling rights through a partnership with Jimmy Reliford Drilling Co. of Columbia, Ky. When the field was discovered, drilling rules allowed only one well per 50 acres. But rules enacted in the 1970s allow five-acre spacing. Milby said he's trying to raise money so he can drill up to 600 wells quickly, while oil prices are high.
He claims to have hit oil on 42 of his 43 wells, pumping an average of 30 barrels a day from each well, levels he thinks are sustainable over time.
"We try to get 90 barrels a day from all three wells," he said. "That gives investors a good return, and we're not pushing the wells too hard to do that."
But industry experts are skeptical of Milby's claims. The Kentucky Geological Survey, which tracks Kentucky oil production, said Adair County wells produced an average 31,000 barrels per year for the five years ending in 2003. During the period, only 65 percent of new wells produced oil. Thirty-five percent were dry. Yet Milby is claiming a 98 percent success rate, with production levels roughly 15 times higher than the county's five-year average.

Comment: You can now see that back in the 70’s only 1 well was drilled per 50 acres, and now we understand better that a well can only drain efficiently about 5 acres so there are many infill drilling opportunities. Infill drilling is low risk as we already know the areal extent of the production zones and have actual formation depth and thickness to work with as a geologist would develop cross-sectional diagrams to isolate sweet spots to drill. This would equate to more profitable wells, producing at higher rates and over a shorter period of time, afterall the present worth of future production is greater if we can accelerate the time interval over which production is generated creating the cashflow model.
While the stated success rate and volumes produced appear to be fattened to attract investors I still believe the production on an average basis would be between 15 –20 barrels per day per well, some better and some worse but the average is what to work with in any financial model. I agree with the Kentucky Geological Survey success rate of 65% this was also demonstrated with actual recent wells drilled as referenced in the first article.

Excerpt: Milby said he's trying to raise money so he can drill up to 600 wells quickly, while oil prices are high.

Comment: 600 wells, that should bring a great amount of focus to PBLS oil operations territory for us to piggy-back off of, lets get our wells in the ground and make some black gold.


I have also been communicating with Dr. James Drahovsal and his associate Brandon Nuttal both on the faculty at the University of Kentucky and very instrumental in the Kentucky Geological Survey. I received this email from them:

Mr. Heineke,

You can explore Kentucky's oil and gas well data by visiting http://kgsweb.uky.edu/DataSearching/OilGas/OGsearch.asp with the following results:
1) Search for operator name "Rome Oil" returns 14 records, none are on a "Rodgers Brothers" lease
2) Search for farm name "Rodgers Brothers" returns 19 records, none drilled by Rome Oil & Gas, but several drilled by "Flatwoods Petroleum Corp"

Without additional information (permit numbers, well numbers, well locations, etc.) I can't narrow the search down to specific wells. The available geological data is posted on the web and can be viewed by clicking the View Records links after you have installed the free DjVu web browser plug-in (see http://www.lizardtech.com/download/dl_options.php?page=plugins).

For information on contacting drillers, pumpers, well service companies, and others, you might want to contact the Kentucky Oil and Gas Association, see www.kyoilgas.org.

Contact me if you have additional questions.

Brandon Nuttall


Now some details we have been missing with reference to the PBLS Kentucky operations inferred from adjacent field information, as told to me by Jimmy Reliford owner of the Jimmy Reliford Drilling Company (0600-0630 hours pst , January 26, 2006).

5 acre/well is typical

initial production typical 10-20 BOPD/well (Knox fm)

average recoverable oil per well over its lifetime 15,000 barrels (Knox fm)

crude oil characteristic is 41 degree API

gas is produced but not usually saleable due to a lack of pipeline connectivity, if pipeline available could cost as much as $100,000 to connect to it to sell the natural gas
wells have long life expectancy, some wells drilled 30 years ago are still producing commercial quantities

average cost to drill a well $22,000 - $25,000, plus bond ($2000) and about $40,000 - $50,000 for surface facilities and pumping equipment

typical landowner royalty is 12.5% to 18%, creating a 100% working interest of 82% to 87.5% of the proiduction stream

pumping units are electric

electrifying an operation requires the power company to place poles and drop lines to the site at a cost of $30,000 to $100,000 depending on how far away the closet power exists in reference to the lease, many times a portable generator is put on site to allow for production activities to start while waiting for the power to brought in by the power company

oil production is stored on site in production tankage and picked up by truck, locally oil is sold to Ashland Oil, pricing for the oil is about spot price less $9 per barrel for Ashland profit and trucking expense, so when you hear that spot oil is selling at $67 per barrel the producing company (working interest) will net $58 per barrel, price fluctuates daily


I also discussed with Jimmy Reliford the permits I uncovered on the KGS site, the Rodgers farm shows that there are permits pulled for wells #301 through #307, permits for #301 & 302 are dated 9/1/05; permits for #303 & 304 are dated 10/14/05; and permits #305, 306 & 307 are dated 10/27/05. I did some calculations on the well head stated location and did confirm that they are on 5 acre spacing and appear to be clustered as infill well sites.

When I started to press him for details regarding Rome Oil & Gas Inc he quicky but politely referred me to them for details, so our PBLS management obviously have asked him to limit his discussions, all the more reason to now leave him alone until I need to get some additional question answered. As I requested before, Please do not ruin my contact!


Look at this timeline and see the story unfold:

6/23/05 Adair Progress article was published (first story)

9/1/05 Rodgers Farm permits pulled for wells #301 & 302

9/30/05 Business Courier article published (second story)

10/14/05 Rodgers Farm permits pulled for wells #303 & 304

10/18/05 PBLS press release regarding the acquisition of Rome Oil & Gas Inc and Mid-South Resources, Inc

10/27/05 Rodgers Farm permits pulled for wells #305, 306 & 307

10/27/05 PBLS press release wherein PBLS states Rome Oil & Gas has 18 wells on production at 5 –50 BOPD, average of 26 BOPD
1/10/06 PBLS press release that they have hit oil production in two wells (???? #301 & 302????) on the Rodgers Brothers lease comprised of 173 acres.

1/25/06 PBLS press release stating they have doubled their well count in Kentucky by hitting two more wells (????? #303 & #304??????) on the Rodgers lease


Hope this helps fill in some gaps in our due diligence.

Staying Long n Strong
USC Cowboy
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Some info about the trip. PM me if anyone has questions.

Posted by: Mastercraft6
In reply to: None Date:1/26/2006 5:43:10 PM
Post #of 10878

For any of you that are going with us on the N.O.

trip,

Check out http://www.audubongolf.com/courses/index.asp?id=10 I think that is the place to stay.

One night $99 or you could book through a on-line discount enity and save a couple of bucks.

Got off the phone with them, if you want to stay an extra night and play golf it's $179 for the other night and golf.

Flying all that way, may want to take a breathe and enjoy ourself's, Just an idea.

Mastercraft
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Tell Mastercraft that if he's gonna be around New Orleans, prepare for having his appetite ruined by the stench there. A friend of mine was just up there and couldn't eat until away from the area.

Thanks for the nice post above, macdrsirules.
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Good morning all PBLS'ers!

Any pre-market activity?

Shark
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning Lil,Jelly and all the rest of the pbls folk .My lord the list is getting long. If you like provocatuer007 post that mac brought over for us, I think it is great myself and thank you Mac, Provocatuer is working on another one on the WY. and NV. lease sites so when he is done and it should be in the very near future somebody will bring it over. As always remember just one thing the businesses that pbls is buying ,the owners of them are taking mostly stock instesd of cash. A person does not do that with his or hers lifes work unless they think the stock is worth more to them in the long run. imho glta
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good morning all. I am very happy with the post yes bond.

I have had some health issues to deal with as some of you may know.

Unfortunately, My condition has gotten much worse and today will be my last day of trading.

I am holding all of my PBLS shares and will continue to hold them. I have no intention of selling anytime soon.
This is the confidence I have in PBLS.

I will *hopefully* be able to check back in a few weeks and see how you all are doing.

I will be in touch will Jelly via. phone to check on PBLS in the mean time.

Good luck to all of you and will talk with you all agian soon.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good luck Lil penny I hope you will get better soon you will be in my paryers
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I'm very sorry that your health is not doing good, Lil... hang in there... we'll be thinking about you. Please do check in and let us know how you're doing whenever you have the time. (Or have Jelly update us.)
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Thanks so much you guys. It's nice to know that I have a virtual hand to hold, makes me "not so scared". Thanks again.
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Lil,

Take care. Were all going to miss you. We'll keep you in our prayers. Get well soon...

Shark
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
[Frown]

Take care and hope you get better quickly, Lil. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you.
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Lil, you know this already, cause you're my gurl. But I'm ALWAYS here. I love ya! You'll get through this.
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
I know Jellz. Thanks! MUAH!!!

and warped, I've tried to PM you back but, your box is full.

GO PBLS!
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Sorry to hear about your health, Lil [Frown] . Best of luck for speedy recovery...
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
Wishing you better health Lil. Positive thoughts, positive attitude, positive outcome. You'll be better soon, I know it. Will be thinking positive thoughts for you (sorry, I'm an agnostic...I don't do prayers).
 
Posted by stickfigurefred on :
 
Havin quite the little selloff this morning.
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Lil, take care and get better soon...been reading what you have to say for over a year now, and even thou i never have met you, I got much love for ya and will be thinking bout you til you get back...

P.S. Lil look what your PR does to our stock, a slight sell off, just think what will happen when you release news about returning,get back here!!
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Ya know, based on the chart, this is going to keep going down and bouncing back up, with lower highs on each bounce -- unless we start getting some good solid publicity on PBLS.

I'm starting to wonder about the company's ability to promote itself. All this wonderful DD and yet no one seems to know about it (or at least, not value it as we do).
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Thorn, I believe a bunch of people know about this company and are not in yet...I believe its due to the fact they dont have to report, and once they start to report all the numbers we know and prove they are fact, people on the sidelines will be trying to catch this!!!! IMO
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BigPayOut:
Thorn, I believe a bunch of people know about this company and are not in yet...I believe its due to the fact they dont have to report, and once they start to report all the numbers we know and prove they are fact, people on the sidelines will be trying to catch this!!!! IMO

Yes, that makes sense, because this is a pinksheet. I really hate that so much depends on release of the audit.

(Still have that thorn in. [Razz] )
 
Posted by kilerb on :
 
When is the audit supposed to be out?
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
I don't think there's a date. If I'm wrong, please correct me.
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Can someone with contact with them please call and ask?
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Found it:

quote:
News Release Aug 03, 2005 --
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS) today announced that Dennis Kowalski of Kowalski & Associates has completed an initial review of the Company's Balance Sheet for the period ended December 31, 2004. This balance sheet, while unaudited, represents that the total stockholders equity (net worth) of Phoenix is about $39.7 million. Mr. Kowalski's firm has been contracted to audit 2003, 2004, and 2005 and will work in conjunction with the law firm of Dickinson/Wright to help make Phoenix a fully reporting company by mid to late 2006.

Not sure that it means audit will be done by mid to late 2006, or rather audit must be done early 2006 so that the fully reporting part can be done by mid to late 2006.

Someone with more experience in this area know the answer?

quote:
COVINGTON, LA, Jan 05, 2006 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (OTC: PBLS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dennis J. Kowalski to the position of Vice President - Operations, effective January 1, 2006. Mr. Kowalski will be responsible for the day-to-day affairs of all operating divisions within the Phoenix organization, including financial matters. Mr. Kowalski will report directly to Mr. Paul Alonzo, CEO. Mr. Kowalski has provided consulting services to the Phoenix companies in the past.

Also, the independent CPA firm of Mira & Kolena, Ltd has been retained by Phoenix to complete the audit of the Company's consolidated financial statements. The Mira firm will also provide full audit and tax services in conjunction with Phoenix's efforts to move to full reporting status with the SEC.

With the change in auditor, I would expect a delay.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
The audit has been announced that it will be no later than the end of the second quarter of 2006.

It may be out sooner. I have heard rumors from anytime now till end of June.

Here is the PR.

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051109/20051109005582.html?.v=1

I do not expect a delay.
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
Getting some nice hits on the ask going into the close... could be a player on Monday!
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
Williams is oversold and stochs are really low... getting close to the bottom and turning around!
 
Posted by FatherOfTwo on :
 
250k shares at the ask of .032 = $8000 right at close!

More hits on the ask coming a/h... something good may be coming next week!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I take this to mean that they are trying to be fully reporting by the end of the 2nd quarter of 06. Which to my understanding the have to have plans to file at least by the end of the 1st quarter 06.


Paul Alonzo, CEO of Phoenix, stated, "This initiative signifies the Company's commitment and unwavering focus to maximizing shareholder value. To date, we have been extremely reserved in share issuances and are now in the cash position to reward shareholders by actively repurchasing outstanding common stock to further propel the company's underlying fundamentals." He continued, "It is our plan to complete this stock repurchase in conjunction with the ongoing initiatives in place to facilitate fully-reporting status and an eventual exchange migration. We anticipate that we will be able to complete both initiatives by the end of the second quarter of next year."
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Next week will be interesting!!!
 
Posted by joeyisthebest on :
 
Maybe a bit PR comeing and someone leaked out the info to someone.

check out my store at
http://www.saveavenue.com/jbutler/
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Sweet Lil, hopes and prayers (and body shots [Smile] )
Get better soon. Love ya sweet girl.
Sam
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
What do you think will happens to pbls pps if even half of this comes true?



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That's the message from two of the world's most successful investors on the topic of high oil prices. One of them, Hermitage Capital's Bill Browder, has outlined six scenarios that could take oil up to a downright terrifying $262 a barrel.


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The other, billionaire investor George Soros, wouldn't make any specific predictions about prices. But as a legendary commodities player, it's worth paying heed to the words of the man who once took on the Bank of England -- and won. "I'm very worried about the supply-demand balance, which is very tight," Soros says.

"U.S. power and influence has declined precipitously because of Iraq and the war on terror and that creates an incentive for anyone who wants to make trouble to go ahead and make it." As an example, Soros pointed to the regime in Iran, which is heading towards a confrontation with the West over its nuclear power program and doesn't show any signs of compromising. "Iran is on a collision course and I have a difficulty seeing how such a collision can be avoided," he says.

Another emboldened troublemaker is Russian president Vladimir Putin, Soros said, citing Putin's recent decision to briefly shut the supply of natural gas to Ukraine. The only bit of optimism Soros could offer was that the next 12 months would be most dangerous in terms of any price shocks, because beginning in 2007 he predicts new oil supplies will come online.

Hermitage's Bill Browder doesn't yet have the stature of George Soros. But his $4 billion Moscow-based Hermitage fund rose 81.5 percent last year and is up a whopping 1780 percent since its inception a decade ago. A veteran of Salomon Bros. and Boston Consulting Group, the 41-year old Browder has been especially successful because of his contrarian take; for example, he continued to invest in Russia when others fled following the Kremlin's assault on Yukos.

Doomsdays 1 through 6
To come up with some likely scenarios in the event of an international crisis, his team performed what's known as a regression analysis, extrapolating the numbers from past oil shocks and then using them to calculate what might happen when the supply from an oil-producing country was cut off in six different situations. The fall of the House of Saud seems the most far-fetched of the six possibilities, and it's the one that generates that $262 a barrel.

More realistic -- and therefore more chilling -- would be the scenario where Iran declares an oil embargo a la OPEC in 1973, which Browder thinks could cause oil to double to $131 a barrel. Other outcomes include an embargo by Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez ($111 a barrel), civil war in Nigeria ($98 a barrel), unrest and violence in Algeria ($79 a barrel) and major attacks on infrastructure by the insurgency in Iraq ($88 a barrel).

Regressions analysis may be mathematical but it's an art, not a science. And some of these scenarios are quite dubious, like Venezuela shutting the spigot. (For more on Chavez and Venezuela, click here.)

Energy chiefs at the World Economic Forum in Davos downplayed the likelihood of a serious oil shortage. In a statement Friday, Shell's CEO Jeroen Van der Veer declared, "There is no reason for pessimism." OPEC Acting Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo said "OPEC will step in at any time there is a shortage in the market." But then no one in the industry, including Van der Veer, foresaw an extended run of $65 oil -- or even $55 oil -- like we've been having.

It's clear that there is very, very little wiggle room, and that most consumers, including those in the United States, have acceded so far to the new reality of $60 or even $70 oil. And as Soros points out, the White House has its hands full in Iraq and elsewhere.

Although there are long-term answers like ethanol, what's needed is a crash conservation effort in the United States. This doesn't have to be command-and-control style. Moral suasion counts for a lot, and if the president suggested staying home with family every other Sunday or otherwise cutting back on unnecessary drives, he could please the family values crowd while also changing the psychology of the oil market by showing that the U.S. government is serious about easing any potential bottlenecks.

Similarly, he could finally get the government to tighten fuel-efficiency standards and encourage both Detroit and drivers to end decades of steadily increasing gas consumption. These kinds of steps would create a little headroom until new supplies do become available or threats like Iran's current leadership or the Iraqi insurgency fade.

It's been done it before. For all the cracks about Jimmy Carter in a cardigan and his malaise speech, America did reduce its use of oil following the price shocks of the 1970s, and laid the groundwork for low energy prices in the 1980s and 1990s. But it would require spending political capital, and offending traditional White House allies, and that's something this president doesn't seem to want to do.

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This makes this easier to read


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Two of the world's most successful investors say oil will be in short supply in the coming months.
By Nelson Schwartz, FORTUNE senior writer
January 27, 2006: 4:40 PM EST


DAVOS, Switzerland (FORTUNE) - Be afraid. Be very afraid.

That's the message from two of the world's most successful investors on the topic of high oil prices. One of them, Hermitage Capital's Bill Browder, has outlined six scenarios that could take oil up to a downright terrifying $262 a barrel.


Investor George Soros says Iran is heading for a confrontation with the West.

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The other, billionaire investor George Soros, wouldn't make any specific predictions about prices. But as a legendary commodities player, it's worth paying heed to the words of the man who once took on the Bank of England -- and won. "I'm very worried about the supply-demand balance, which is very tight," Soros says.

"U.S. power and influence has declined precipitously because of Iraq and the war on terror and that creates an incentive for anyone who wants to make trouble to go ahead and make it." As an example, Soros pointed to the regime in Iran, which is heading towards a confrontation with the West over its nuclear power program and doesn't show any signs of compromising. "Iran is on a collision course and I have a difficulty seeing how such a collision can be avoided," he says.

Another emboldened troublemaker is Russian president Vladimir Putin, Soros said, citing Putin's recent decision to briefly shut the supply of natural gas to Ukraine. The only bit of optimism Soros could offer was that the next 12 months would be most dangerous in terms of any price shocks, because beginning in 2007 he predicts new oil supplies will come online.

Hermitage's Bill Browder doesn't yet have the stature of George Soros. But his $4 billion Moscow-based Hermitage fund rose 81.5 percent last year and is up a whopping 1780 percent since its inception a decade ago. A veteran of Salomon Bros. and Boston Consulting Group, the 41-year old Browder has been especially successful because of his contrarian take; for example, he continued to invest in Russia when others fled following the Kremlin's assault on Yukos.

Doomsdays 1 through 6
To come up with some likely scenarios in the event of an international crisis, his team performed what's known as a regression analysis, extrapolating the numbers from past oil shocks and then using them to calculate what might happen when the supply from an oil-producing country was cut off in six different situations. The fall of the House of Saud seems the most far-fetched of the six possibilities, and it's the one that generates that $262 a barrel.

More realistic -- and therefore more chilling -- would be the scenario where Iran declares an oil embargo a la OPEC in 1973, which Browder thinks could cause oil to double to $131 a barrel. Other outcomes include an embargo by Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez ($111 a barrel), civil war in Nigeria ($98 a barrel), unrest and violence in Algeria ($79 a barrel) and major attacks on infrastructure by the insurgency in Iraq ($88 a barrel).

Regressions analysis may be mathematical but it's an art, not a science. And some of these scenarios are quite dubious, like Venezuela shutting the spigot. (For more on Chavez and Venezuela, click here.)

Energy chiefs at the World Economic Forum in Davos downplayed the likelihood of a serious oil shortage. In a statement Friday, Shell's CEO Jeroen Van der Veer declared, "There is no reason for pessimism." OPEC Acting Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo said "OPEC will step in at any time there is a shortage in the market." But then no one in the industry, including Van der Veer, foresaw an extended run of $65 oil -- or even $55 oil -- like we've been having.

It's clear that there is very, very little wiggle room, and that most consumers, including those in the United States, have acceded so far to the new reality of $60 or even $70 oil. And as Soros points out, the White House has its hands full in Iraq and elsewhere.

Although there are long-term answers like ethanol, what's needed is a crash conservation effort in the United States. This doesn't have to be command-and-control style. Moral suasion counts for a lot, and if the president suggested staying home with family every other Sunday or otherwise cutting back on unnecessary drives, he could please the family values crowd while also changing the psychology of the oil market by showing that the U.S. government is serious about easing any potential bottlenecks.

Similarly, he could finally get the government to tighten fuel-efficiency standards and encourage both Detroit and drivers to end decades of steadily increasing gas consumption. These kinds of steps would create a little headroom until new supplies do become available or threats like Iran's current leadership or the Iraqi insurgency fade.

It's been done it before. For all the cracks about Jimmy Carter in a cardigan and his malaise speech, America did reduce its use of oil following the price shocks of the 1970s, and laid the groundwork for low energy prices in the 1980s and 1990s. But it would require spending political capital, and offending traditional White House allies, and that's something this president doesn't seem to want to do.

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Posted by bond006 on :
 
If anybody wants to go


Posted by: Mastercraft6
In reply to: None Date:1/28/2006 12:46:26 PM
Post #of 10929

PBLS Meeting in N.O. 2/20/2006

If you're planning on attending on Feb 20th,
most of us are coming in on the 19th and staying
about 15-20 mins. from HQ's.

Some are now booking flights and hotels.
Trying to figure if I want to stay the 2nd day
and play golf or not. No big deal either way.

If you are planning on going, let me know how serious you
are about it, so we can firm up numbers.

Also, if you want details on where we're staying, let me know and I can give you those details also.

You can e-mail me at mastercraft6*hotmail.com

MC
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Two things that could make this stock really run and they may be comingup next month

(1) Great news about murphy becase N.O. is really just warming up now

(2) A hit in WY. or NV.

and I will add a third

(3) A 10 form and filing otcbb


Any of these three things could make the pps go some where to .20 to 1.00 IMHO don't chase this be ready for the ride
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
A repost from r/b

By: beetlebe
29 Jan 2006, 11:15 AM EST
Msg. 35429 of 35429
(This msg. is a reply to 35422 by otcstk1.)
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octstk..

The PBLS puzzle..

Murphy sand and gravel..no doubt in my mind that Murphy will be a major source of materials for the Army Corps of Engineers rebuilding of the levee system and other public and private major construction work that needs those materials along the Gulf Coast. Expanding the pit..unreal increase in revenues is a gimme IMO.

Construction side. I believe this side of the business will only be limited by the amount of crews that the company can put together. The work is available everywhere in the NOLA area. Houses, apartments, condos all will need to be rebuilt or renovated. And we have the pool people crews that we can bring in to help the construction side projects as needed.

Trucking..Everything ultimately moves by truck. Whether materials, equipment, finished goods..whatever. If you have it..a truck brought it. Just think about how much has to be removed and replaced because of Katrina.

Rome oil. Rome is pumping now and drilling new wells with success. They have the leases and permits to drill more. I expect we'll see even more activity in that area of the PBLS world in the future, both from new drilling and more leases.

Progas. A cash-flow machine that is profitable. Revenues expanding from the $192 million and by some forecasts can reach $300 in 2006 alone. Staggering revenues for a 3 cent stock.

WY and Nevada leases..Takes some time to get the geology reviews, permits, ect. ready on where to poke the hole and the weather conditions right to begin. Bottom line is the leases are there in high potential areas ready to go as everything else falls into place.

Acquisitions.. Who knows what else management is in the process of acquiring? With their recent focus on oil, the possibilities could be most anything related to that industry. Additional leases, pipeline company, drilling company, another oil company..it could be most anything and everything as we know management has the committment to acquire more.

Anyone that has done any kind od DD at all on this company is accumulating with all the free resources they have available, I know I am. This could very well be the story stock of 2006.

Katerina reconstruction revenues plus expanding oil revenues..doesn't get much better..and all right now under 4 cents. Won't be for long.

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Strong Buy)
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Just a little bump for monday morning!!!

Read that too bond, love it!!! Everyone have a good night!!
 
Posted by firefly on :
 
Just a little bump for Lil [Smile]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning all I will be in and out to day let hope for green
 
Posted by f8less on :
 
Good morning everyone!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
just creeping up on very low volume looks like maybe news this week. Imho we are days away from something good as far as news not wweks
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
I hope you're right.

Lil, if you read this, we're all rootin' for ya!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
quiet before the storm
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Man is this day going to drop our average daily volume
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Every board is slow no volume on anything much
 
Posted by pennnies on :
 
CLBE!!!!!!!!!!!!! hot today!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Low volume holding steady mm's can't take it down like they did in the past on low volume must be short of shares investors on r/b say they have are holding certs on well over a 1000,000,000. shares and counting might be having it affect. Looks to me like one good pr with meat and its off we go. IMHO
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I could be wrong but I think that this is the quiet before the storm it a matter of days just what I am feeling so much has happened and our pr's have just been updates on the previous pr's new month something new may release of audit , 10 form. Nothing official just a feeling our new bottom seems to be in the low three's
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Hope you're right Bond, I was thinking the same thing. Let's hope we are both right...

Sorry I haven't been around. I've been holding, but this one hasn't been doing much, so I've been focusing on my other stuff.

Still lots of love for the PBLS'ers!
 
Posted by tilt on :
 
Bid 31 / Ask 42 ????
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
hope I am right to Jelly if not I will leave a small amount hear and just forget about it and go on to other investments. But from every thing that I have read this should be moving
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Bond, I agree 100 percent about the quiet before the storm look at the last two runs hardly any volume...Im thinking 2 or so days of lower vol, than possibly news..Im ready for it!!
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Go PBLS!!!

I think typing that really does make me feel better...
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thanks to Kimac
We have some pictures. Thank you Kimac

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/kimac.html
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good nite all and big I hope we are right I am going to count barrels of oil instead of sheep tonite
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Good Morning all!!! Bond, hope that sweet crude help you through the night!!

Not too much longer now!!
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Picked up my final shares this morning, time to let em ride for a little while!!

Go PBLS!!!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Good morning Big yes that sweet crude did thank you and good morning to all pbls peeps hoping to see some more signs today I will be in and out have a bunch of chores to do. glta And Lil I hope all is going in the right direction for you sweet thing you
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We have been on a 10 day down drift more than anything it is just lack of news I still think that we will see the start of a turn around this week and it will be from news IMHO if not it can't be far away. long and strong
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
A repost from VAB Cowboy on R/B

By: VAB_Cowboy
31 Jan 2006, 08:45 AM EST
Msg. 35711 of 35735
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PBLS DD

This is a repost with some additions:

Factor ProGas Inc. net revs at around 5 to 7% to get an actualization of income. Income for 2006 expected to be 230 million plus at a minimum.

ProGas now has an updated web site: www.progasinc.com

I would assume the PBLS site is going to be next.

Kentucky will double well count in 2006 so factor that in as well.

3 D builders to grow at an exponential rate in 2006

Trucking Division is off the scales.

Sand and Gravel will be expended within 3 years.

Pool Division will be busy for many years to come.

NV and WY leases will be exploited in 2006.

Cash is not a problem...never was period.

The Company has more than enough money in the bank to finance the exploration of the Nevada and Wyoming properties.

Company will not do a reverse split.

Form 10 can be filed at any time.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Almost time for you know who!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


http://www.rallymonkey.com/video/kenindex.swf
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Repost of some dd that folows the dots

Follow the ball here folks....

Dennis Kowalski was the accountant up until Dennis was hired by the company as vice-president of operations. Kowalski and Associates was the accoutant doing the financial audits until the appointment.

Dennis Kowalski elected Mira and Kolena as the new Accountant.

The Audits for years 2003, 2004 and up to 3rd quarter 2005 have been done.

The filing for form 10 access to OTCBB can be filed at any time. The SEC requires three years of audited financials in order to comply for listing requirements. They will need to file years 2003 and 2004 to begin the process and 2005 to complete the process.

If all of what I have mentioned has already been audited and whats left is to finish the last quarter of 2005 the question is how long would it take to finish the audit....in my opinion not long.

Dennis knows what is required for the audit, he has already prepared past financials and he hired Mira and Kolena.

In other words everything is in place to file. It will not take a CPA firm like Mira and Kolena long to go though all the materials especially when it has already been prepared by an accountant/CPA.
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Posted by bond006 on :
 
Just a word to the wise and my opinion only. If you have done dd on this stock and read the pr's
it is a total of people from three different boards Allstocks,Raging Bull, ans IHUB for the last few months that something good was going to come out in Febuary. And so far unless I see different I go along with that no pump just an evaluation of the pr's and the fact that pbls management has always come thru on there word.


repost of another pebbler

HUGE word of ADVICE......here
Remember one thing>>>>> for the past 6 months everyone has mentioned the big things should start in FEBUARY....If you get talked into or tempted to sell now or in this month in my opinion you'll be KICKING YOURSELF for the rest of the year!!!!!
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Posted by bond006 on :
 
http://www.dogc.ky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/120BEF79-B0FB-4E65-A48C-C6F5752B9A72/0/01062006.txt
http://www.dogc.ky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/85FA9103-5DF9-4F58-870F-E7698134FBFF/0/01132006.txt
http://www.dogc.ky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/9579A410-9A76-430A-9CAD-00C1867FFC22/0/01272006.txt


New permits for Rome oil
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
We are growing and Rome oil is not standing still we will be a good player in oil and gas and should be noticed as such this year.IMHO glta
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Smoke548 called Mike Mulshine this morning and got some good words of encouragement Here it is

: smoke548
31 Jan 2006, 12:06 PM EST
Msg. 35750 of 35753
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I called Mr. Mulshine(investor relations) this morning about the talk of filing form 10.
To his knowledge 3 years of audited financial statements would be needed for the filing. He hasn't heard anything different than what the company has stated.
Estimated filing time for form 10 is in Feb. and fully reporting by early May.

He didn't know if the company planned a filing with partial numbers to get it started (as stated here as a possibility) and add 2005 when completed.
He also said if the company were delayed in the filing estimate (not that they were going to and presuming the company is on schedule) that he would hope the company would put out a PR stating such.

Patiently waiting for the form 10. Dan
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Read the post with the drilling permits official state of KY Rome Oil permits for six new well to be drilled


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http://www.dogc.ky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/85FA9103-5DF9-4F58-870F-E7698134FBFF/0/01132006.txt
http://www.dogc.ky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/9579A410-9A76-430A-9CAD-00C1867FFC22/0/01272006.txt
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
Bond, I heard that VP Kowalski had finished the Audits for 2003,2004, and through the 3RD quarter of 2005 before he took the VP job. Apparently to gain acceptance on OTCBB a company must file 10k for 3 consecutive years, (I did not know that), So I bet we see a PR that has the audits completed along with an exchange move to OTCBB in the near future.

I think FEB. will be the month also BOND.

JMHO
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If they don't do it in Febuary I believe that we will at least see a pr that will give us a ruff time table
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
If anybody is planning to visit pbls from this board on Feb. 20th with mastercraft this is what he will be doing and the questions he will be asking if you don't go at least you will know that Febuary will be a month that a lot of peoples questions will be answerd. I will tell you that I am proud of my fellow investors hear and there committment to this company.

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By: mastercraft7
31 Jan 2006, 12:50 PM EST
Msg. 35768 of 35789
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KIMAC... I plan to...

Take photos and Video.
With the number of Investors going, I think
there will be plenty to look at.
Then I hope it gets plastered over boards all over the place. Exposure, Exposure, Exposure!

If all goes as I have planned in my head, I will Video trucks picking up S&G, will ask the appox. value of each load and the average of loads per week. Then let investors do their own math.

Would also like to ask what they anticipate inflation of the price for S&G will be in 3 month, six months and one year.

Would also like to video some Progas office activities and the Trucking Division in action.

Would like to go to a construction site and Video some of their current work and hopefully interview someone respresenting construction about their projects and future plans.

I think I will try and have a Q&A session and ask questions like... When they plan to file Form 10, when will the TA be back on-line, what Projects to look forward to in 3 mos, 6 mos. 1 year.

There will be a lot of other question I'm sure we will ask, but I also realize there are items that they cannot speak about and a simple response that they cannot discuss certain items, will be ok, as we are guests and will act accordingly. Plus, I do not want to jepordize anything they are working on by having them say anything they were not suppose to.

What do I expect out of this Trip?
Validation and the beginning of some Exposure / Marketing.

The question that is Killing ME the MOST IS...
How can a company that I believe is doing $250-$300+m
annually and growing, sell for only .03 cents PPS.
I hope I come away with some answers. Seriously.

In the end, if successful, don't thank me,
Thank the Other Investors who gave up their time to
go with us and perform the DD and report back to you and others.

Mastercraft

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Posted by bond006 on :
 
So you can see here the committment level of some of the ivestors here. This just one of the reasons why I think Febuary will most likly be a turn around month
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Hurray to mastercraft and the other investors going to PBLS on February 20th! Thanks bond for keeping up with mastercraft and his trip. We'll keep our fingers crossed for good news.

Just added a little more at 0.031 and that is now my average for the little bunch that I'm holding.

Thanks to all.

Shark
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Just want to repost Rome oil has a totle of 22 wells now pumping for aprx. 608 barrels a day they have permits to drill 6 more the have a 65% track record of hits. If you need proof hear are the permits to drill on these sites

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now one should look at other pennies that are trading for twice as much and haven't drilled one sucessful well yet I am teling you in my opinion our day is coming
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Bond keep up the good work man!!!

Cant wait to see what happens the next few months, and people that just passed up this thread will be very upset...IMO

GO PBLS!!!!!
 
Posted by drtoez on :
 
Rome oil:
608 barrels/day x $68.35/barrel = $41556.00/day
$41556/day x 30days = 1.246,704.00/month
$1.246,704/month x 12/mos = $14,960,448.00/year
With numbers like these for only 1 part of PBLS, this stock should be trading around .5-.8, with no problem. There are some oil stocks with much less revenue trading for more.. Why??
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
drtoez why is what we are trying to figure out. A lot of us think that that this field trip on the 20th will answer our questions. If you have any ideas please share them with us. We have explored most of them.
 
Posted by peateargriffon on :
 
until the company confirms the truckloads of info you've probably seen on all of these message boards, she's in limbo. she tends to run, retrace, kick back up, then go into the slow spiral down to the ground, only to wash, rinse, and repeat... we are in that 2-5% a day spiral down over the course of a few weeks, where it isn't enough to get real mad or worried at, but just enough to say what the F? Been riding this one for a while, and have just opened my eyes to realize what is happening. The potential is amazing here and hopefully the long expected numbers to be released this month will free her from her chains. We all know she's got the goods, all depends if she wants to show them to us.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
To be honest with all of you I am frustrated with the pps to. A lot of what this company has said has been verfied through dd by me and many other third party sources. I know that what they have been saying so far is the truth The t/a is gagged and that does no help us,but we do know that the total a/s is just under a billion shares and if the whole billion was o/s we would still be under valued. Paul Alonzo said that there is 700 million outstanding and about 350 million in the float and I believe him. So dispite my frustration the best I can do for my investment and for the sake of others that have invested is to contribute where and how I can with a positive attitude that still is in the realm of reallity. I really think this month IMHO will be a month of some great pr's and a lot of information through investors that will help the pps. If I am wrong I will be the first to admitt it. As always do your own dd and make your own decisions. glta
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Bond, keep positive, this is just a slow time before the run. Any kind of news with details or figures will let it go...We are due for a PR late this week or early next week, hopefully it will have one monetary figure involved to raise to keep investors interested!!

This low volume right now is boring and a pain but it has happened before both big runs, and I believe that the low volume wont last nearly as long as the first two times...

and GO PBLS!!
 
Posted by peateargriffon on :
 
I agree bond. Still positive about the stock, but for some reason had some sort of realization about what is going on. I was in a PBLS haze about how great everything is about the company, which it is, but was in "tunnel-vision" with regards to my outlook. You can always twist things positively when you don't want them to affect you. Great days are in fact ahead but we are just stuck in neutral. We all wait for that word...WHEN? Hopefully Feb is that answer
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Wishin Lil was here...Get better soon chica!!!

Shes the engineer that kept this thing moving, and kept the board active...GET BACK SOON LIL [Smile]
 
Posted by Jelly on :
 
Lil won't be around this week. Keep her in your thoughts.

Bond, you're doing a great job and working your arse off! Thanks babe. As always, appreciated.
 
Posted by drtoez on :
 
The DD on this stock is awesome. The info in this thread alone is unbelievable. It's just that when I compare PBLS to CWPC which I have had since it was in the teens, and compare possibilities, CWPC has not even one producing well and PBLS does. Yet CWPC is climbing on speculation alone, while PBLS has facts, eyewitness accounts, and great DD. Maybe lack of PR's is hurting this stock, but if you do your dd, it doesn't take long to see the huge upside potential. I am probalbly just as frustrated like everyone else with the movement of this stock, and by profession like to correllate facts with fiction. I am in this for the long term, have a large position, and am amazed at the amount of info contained in this thread. I commend every one and am looking forward to the visit on the 20th.
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
DRTOEZ, the main reason that this is where its at and CWPC is where its at from a glance is the difference in boards.. Be nice to see what being fully reported will do..can only imagine!!!

Not to far off!!!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Re post

here she is > zoom in on Murphy
Satellite picture of the mine. Right on I59 (just a few miles from I10 as well) and if you look closely the railroad runs parallel to I59 right beside the mine.

http://www.google.com/maps?ll=30.436612,-89.691267&spn=0.049071,0.079338&t=k&hl=en

type in pearl river, louisiana, select 'satellite' (one of the three buttons on the top right) and you'll see the mine on the top right corner.

You can put your mouse on the mine, click the left button, drag the mine to the center of the map and then zoom in with the slider on the left.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

ONE BIG CASH COW THERE....3-4 DREDGES wow lots of money to fund aquisitions and oil/gas drilling operations!!!!!
Getting more rich as the DAYS go by....
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
GO PBLS!!!!
Up today? Would be so nice...
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
Ok, I'm confused:
The ASK is below the LAST?

Does that mean MM are attempting to walk it back down?
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
Give us some NEWS!!!
 
Posted by AgentGPF on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by bowlegtroy:
Does that mean MM are attempting to walk it back down?

Sometimes I see stocks trade outside of the bid/ask, GZFX is one right now.
 
Posted by macdrsirules on :
 
I see the bid at .03 and ask at .031 and last at .03.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Hello all I have been up and down the boards today and also looking for info in publications and news papers right now nothing to post except old news. There are some rumors that I feel are pretty lacking ansd should not be posted I guess with this low volume we need some news from the co as to what there near term future is I think Febuary will be the month of the start of a new direction for us and a real learning experience for us all. If not for any thing more than we will be getting the view of our fellow investors just after Feb.20th hang in there for the ride it won't be long now. I myself have gutted this out for months now and thought we would be at a dime by now but it is going to take a little longer we need a trend reversel and this looks like that might be possible now. glta
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
hey bond, thanks for all your hard work on this! 5 stars for you!
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Sorry, Bond, I already gave you 5, and can't give you more. [Wink]
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Heres something I found interesting from RB :

By: fizzlegig
01 Feb 2006, 09:58 AM EST
Msg. 35974 of 35982
(This msg. is a reply to 35970 by stifeout.)
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stifeout

"a possble new aquisition."

I did not ask specifics because I figured no details could be given at this time and that was not the sole reason I was calling in the first place, but I do know that the number of aquisitions in the works right now as of 1/31 is nine. The details will come when the deals are closed as they always have. If half of those deals pan out, the company should achieve 1 billion dollars in generated revenues.

Regards,
Fizzlegig
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Im not sure how creditable or how much truth is involved in this just thought it was interesting...dont take it to the bank..

GO PBLS!!! [Smile]
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Big that is a rumor flying around the boards could be true. And if a few of thoes deals should close it would delay our otcbb filing until they could be added into the audit. I don't think that this is a negative if the company explains it self. One thing I would like to see is a company the would be in some way helpful to WY. and NV. oilproduction. Good post buddy keep looking
 
Posted by bowlegtroy on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by macdrsirules:
I see the bid at .03 and ask at .031 and last at .03.

Right, well I guess I just want to know what it *means* when it trades outside of the Bid/Ask? It's not normal from what I've seen and understand, and it will sometimes even gao back into the range of the Bid/Ask (as you saw when you checked - it had gone back into the range since I checked on it).

So, what does it normally mean when it IS outside the Bid/Ask range like this: Ask is lower than the Last?

TIA!
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
BUMP...All quiet on the PBLS front tonight!! Just wanna keep us on the front page, news is comin any day now about one of a few things...

Still holding em strong !!!
 
Posted by ThehourofTaber on :
 
I really am starting to consider to buy more if it goes any lower. I didn't think it would drop below .03 this is rediculous!!!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Good morning all of my PBLS buddies!

I'm just popping on to say hello and give you a little shout out.

Today is good day, one actually where I'm not either being poked with needles or stuffed into some nuclear machine....(I swear I'm going to glow soon) Thinking of changing my name to ATOMIC Lil.....LOL

I'm really tired but am doing fine. Looking forward to next week when all of this ends.

Now....to the important stuff.
When I finally had the chance to check the PPS for PBLS last night, all I could think is how I wish I had the funds to buy more.
My husband and I are to the point in our marriage where the flowers and jewerly are a thing of the past on Valentines day and CASH is appropriate gift....LOL
After I asked for my gift a bit early.........I GOT IT.

Guess who's getting more PBLS today.

For all that are worried about the PPS........Don't, really.
Either sell on the next pop or have patients and wait for the really big pay out.
For those that are new to PBLS.........We are already trading at a new level.......When this was first posted back in August, it was trading at .0027, that is where I first got in....
Do the math.....
When I think of my inital investment of 1500. being worth over 20,000 now, WOW!
I'm not going to make the same mistake.
There are stocks that I will flip. PBLS is not one of them. I'm going to accumulate and hold.
I do believe the TEENS are not too far off.....AT THE VERY LEAST! Could take six months again but, Heck........I'll take that gain over 6 months!
Ok enough rambling....Thanks for your PM's and good thoughts.
I'll be off and on as I can't stay up too long without getting very tired.

Here's a WHOOO-HOOOO! for PBLS and all of you.
 
Posted by C on :
 
Lil,

Good to see you are back...hope all continues to go well for you.

C
 
Posted by Thorn on :
 
Hey Lil! Still holding [Smile]
 
Posted by DC Trade on :
 
Go Lil! Go PBLS!
 
Posted by lilpennypincher on :
 
Ok got my fill...........
 
Posted by drtoez on :
 
Like I said.....

posted January 11, 2006 12:15 PM
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Going to dip towards 50 day, probably consolidate around .026-.029. Then take off for another run.
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
NOW GO REST!! GET WELL SOON!!

Cyber-love from all us PBLS'ers,
Shark
 
Posted by WarpedMind on :
 
Thanks for checking in Lil... Nice post. I had to sell my position to cover, but I'll be back in as soon as I can... I really believe that this is THE company to be in.

Hope you're feeling better. Soon, you'll be able to rule the world with your newly acquired atomic powers! [Big Grin] Hang in there!
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Sorry i missed you Lil Get well soon Get yor rest. miss you.

Good morning all had a dentist appt. this morning so I am late look like another day for a buying opt. see you folks later I am going to look around
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
I think this company has to get better known by the investing public. I know with under 3million shares traded as of now today there is no dilution going on. Between three boards we most likely own most of the float and it is most likely us trading. A good pr is what is needed and a flow of them right now and some marketing exposer.IMHO [Big Grin]
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Waiting for a good PR, and the report from the investors going to New Orleans. I'm in the red now (not by much) but ready and poised for some good news! GO PBLS.

Shark
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Wake up call keeping us on the front page
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
This week has been in a way for me a small education in it self. It was just a refresher in marketing I really think this is the best kept secrete in penny land. I mean if you have the best steak in town if no body knows who's coming to dinner? [Cool]
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Be nice to get some exposure like USXP has gotten the past few days, with news and apparent covering of shorts...Its all about exposure and once we get some of that, just imagine what it will do for this company!!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Maybe PBLS should advertise during the Super Bowl!

Shark
 
Posted by BigPayOut on :
 
Ha the first 1000 people to spot sand or gravel, gets a free truck load!! [Smile]
 
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