Yup... I'm sinking all my money into this awesome company.
You haven't done much shilling for the company lately.. No Instablog puff-pieces or anything !?!
I don't know. Maybe people like Sam the Shill are buying and selling with each 1 cent change in price .... I don't get it either.
Why doesn't the stock just crash to zero and fade away? Are there that many people buying thousands of shares just to short and make peanuts over and over?
The insiders sold their stock to the suckers, made their money, and now living fat & happy in Greece. No further need to generate "news" or report on "progress" .... mission accomplished.
Plenty of details and info available about this old, worthless scam, and the penny stock criminal running it. Do some homework.
There are newer penny stock scams in various phases of Pump & Dump. Surprised this one is still on anyone's radar.
That is Shill-Tastic News !!! I will run right out and throw some money at this empty paper bag ....... or maybe the empty bag is made of graphite ??
I agree. My research shows that this stock could hit $3.00 by June 2014. 3D printers are becoming the standard now in most small fabrication and developement enterprises and this company will be at the forefront for graphite supply capability which is an essential consumable of 3D printers among other uses of graphite.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
This is a buy, but at a minimum hold on to recover your investment. Based on the market we will see activity return and hopefully the share price as well.
That's Viosolar, not AGT. Even if the SEC gets everything it is asking for, in that case, AGT lives on. In any event, the stock already reacted to that news some time ago.
On September 27, 2013, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") filed a civil complaint in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania against Viosolar, Inc. ("Viosolar"), Richard Walchuk, Caroline Winsor, Lisa A. Esposito and Lance W. Bauerlein (the "SEC Complaint"). The SEC Complaint alleges that in 2008 Mr. Walchuk participated in a scheme to manipulate the common stock of Viosolar, a Canadian corporation with its principal place of business in Athens, Greece. Viosolar's common stock was dually quoted in the OTCBB and OTC Link under the symbol "VIOSF." Mr. Walchuk is Viosolar's President, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Secretary, Treasurer and a member of the board of directors. The SEC alleges that Mr. Walchuk violated Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5 thereunder and seeks an injunctive relief, disgorgement of any ill-gotten gains, and a civil penalty. The SEC also seeks an officer and director bar against Mr. Walchuk as well as a penny stock bar. More specifically, the SEC Complaint alleges that Mr. Walchuk was involved in transactions allegedly intended to affect the market for Viosolar common stock on one day, October 15, 2008, that resulted in the purchase of 5,000 shares of Viosolar common stock.
Mr. Walchuk has not been found liable for the claims asserted against him in the SEC Complaint. The SEC Complaint contains allegations which the SEC would have to prove to be true to prevail on any claim asserted against Mr. Walchuk. Mr. Walchuk denies the allegations and intends to vigorously defend against the claims made in the SEC Complaint.