DCG has been retained by ChromaDex Corporation (OTCBB: CDXC) ("CDXC") as a consultant in the investor relations field and for related services from December 8, 2011 through January 31, 2014. Pursuant to two separate agreements (one dated December 8, 2011 and one dated January 31, 2013), CDXC has issued or agreed to issue to DCG a total of 612,000 restricted shares of CDXC's common stock, of which 240,000 shares are subject to forfeiture. CDXC paid DCG $42,000 cash on 12/14/2011 and has paid DCG monthly cash retainers of approximately $4,500 per month from December 2011 through December 2012. CDXC has agreed to pay DCG a monthly cash retainer of $3,600 per month for the period between January 2013 and June 2013 and $7,200 per month for the period between July 2013 and January 2014. Separately and unrelated to any compensation, Robert Prag, the President of DCG, acquired 535,714 shares of common stock directly from CDXC as a participant in a private placement offering completed on 5/20/2010 and separately acquired an additional 535,714 shares of common stock directly from CDXC through the exercise of a warrant on 12/3/2010. From time to time, DCG and Robert Prag will own or acquire additional securities issued by CDXC and/or will dispose of securities issued by CDXC. This may create a conflict of interest. DCG and Robert Prag does not undertake any obligation to provide any information on purchases and/or sales of securities issued by CDXC.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
One always has to be aware of possible pump and dumps. The wise investor waits until the "really big news'" that runs the stock sometime after the insiders quit buying. He sells on the big volume days that follow that "really big news". It is so simple even a cave man can do it.
Here's DD on you,
The board freak is at it, again, posting incessantly and answering and recommending himself
For those who wish to view his attempt to ruin other message boards with the same strategy and names he uses here
IOC, GALE, CYTR, MPET, SANW, OPKO, HDY, BNZE
Here is a partial list of his i.d.s
And their strategy is:
1. Repeatedly posting old (sometimes one to two years old) news, trying to elicit fear.
2. Ask all kinds of questions, which others answer but dodge any question he is asked.
3. when he is proven wrong, find another stupid point to obsess on.
4. Posting COMPLETELY irrelevant articles of other oil and gas companies having troubles.
5. Dominate the board through endless posting, trying making it useless to anyone new. This also obscures all posts that are positive or posts like this one, who explain who he really is.
6. Use multiple i.d.s and talk to himself and recommend his own posts, so that it seems everyone is negative on this company, when in reality, it is usually just him.
The best way to deal with such nut jobs is to thumbs down them.