Good companies have achieved profitability and sustained revenues etc. They're often followed by legitimate business media and real analysts. Their balance sheets and financials speak for themselves.
It's the risky junk that needs the hype and constant hoo ha.
Ever heard of Agoracom? Maybe you should look it up.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
as this was your last post i would keep quiet if i were u (which thank god i'm not)
dan. After a little waterboarding I don't think the FBI and ATF boys will have a hard time getting you to admit that you and "stockwatcher888" are one and the same pathetic pumper.
Agoracom settles with the OSC
15 Nov 2010 -- by Tim Human
IR firm admits wrongdoing in posting messages about its clients under aliases and intercepting private messages between users
Agoracom has settled with the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC), bringing to a close the eight-month investigation into the activities of the IR services firm.
Under the settlement, Agoracom has agreed to pay a fine of $150,000. Its co-founders – George Tsiolis and Apostolis Kondakos – have also been banned from acting as directors or officers of a listed company for five years.
Agoracom is an online community for smaller companies and investors that creates discussion boards for its corporate clients. The OSC alleged that Agoracom ordered staff to post messages under aliases to its own message boards, in a bid to boost interest in its clients.
Agoracom was also accused of intercepting private messages between users of the firm’s website, and forwarding messages on to someone outside the organization.
As part of the settlement, Agoracom has put out a press release in which it admits wrongdoing in relation to the charges and accepts that it acted against the public interest. This press release must remain posted on Agoracom’s homepage for the next six months....