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  • cardiles5 cardiles5 Jan 9, 2009 10:05 AM Flag

    what could be so wrong...

    about buying in on a stock that is so cheap.
    I bought a few hundred shares which is only about 10 bucks and it seems this company,with it`s 10% stake,could be a real winner.
    am I wrong about this?
    why are most people trying to drive the price down?
    under 10 cents isn`t cheap enough for you?
    I`m just a regular working stiff,I`m not trying to strike it rich here but if I can make a few bucks I would be happy.
    maybe if people would lighten up a bit this market would turn around faster that everyone is expecting.
    finding all that oil and natural gas would be a great thing for the U.S economy-we would be paying around $1.00 or less for a gallon of gasoline again-does that not interest you?

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    • I agree, first a big move on EFGU, then IDGC '

      next week, GTXO

    • To answer your question, there's nothing at all wrong with buying a few hundred shares, or spending $10 on this stock, so long as you realize it's just a pure gamble with long odds. Spec plays are one of the fun things about penny stocks. As for why so many people are so down on this company, it's because it was touted so long as a nanotech company with tremendous upside prospects, and many people got in on this before the reverse split have a current per-share basis of up to about $19 per share! Wouldn't you be suspicious and skeptical, especially after the company bolted into a speculative oil/gas well working interest with no news anymore about what was the core business?

      It may have been a legit business at one time, but sure doesn't look like it any more. Still, let's hope it pays off somehow, eh?

      As for your other posts in this thread, I have to say your comments make me wonder if you are suited for your job. I remember my late father telling me about the time he suffered a heart attack and the paramedics came, the last thing he remembered was the paramedic dismissively and derisively saying, "Oh, a smoker" (my father told me he felt his blood pressure skyrocket and then he passed out). I've never forgotten that incident and the harm people can cause especially when they pretend to be helping. My father was a WWII marine, wounded in action (permanent vision and hearing loss from the sniper's bullet on Okinawa), who went on to an amazing life, earned a college degree after the war, worked hard all his life, raised five kids, all successful, and deserved as much or more respect than you and your "I'm a fireman hero" bs.

      Why you think that attitude is appropriate at any time, let alone on penny stock message board, is a mystery. But in light of your derisive attitude towards your future patients, you ought to consider doing everyone a favor and move on to a different career.

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      • thanks for your input on the company,that is the answer I was looing for.
        as far as my career goes I have been an EMT for 16 years and 8 as a fireman.
        I am very thankful for my career choice and I`m sorry about your father,some people in the ems field are morons and have no place there.
        my posts to the "locust" were in response to his insults on me,as and far as hero b.s goes I have earned where I am in my life and don`t need anyone telling me otherwise.
        due to medical reasons and patient history was the reason those guys probably said that,during patient care a persons history does come into play on which and how much drugs are administered. unfortunately it was taken out of context.
        and "pretending" to help isn`t correct-don`t forget your dad did survive his heart attack.
        again all my posts were in response to insults on me-and I will be be damned to sit back and listen to it from someone who doesn`t know me but I would be willing to give my life to rescue them
        remember at sometime you all will call 911.

      • thanks for your input on the company,that is the answer I was looing for.
        as far as my career goes I have been an EMT for 16 years and 8 as a fireman.
        I am very thankful for my career choice and I`m sorry about your father,some people in the ems field are morons and have no place there.
        my posts to the "locust" were in response to his insults on me,as and far as hero b.s goes I have earned where I am in my life and don`t need anyone telling me otherwise.
        due to medical reasons and patient history was the reason those guys probably said that,during patient care a persons history does come into play on which and how much drugs are administered. unfortunately it was taken out of context.
        and "pretending" to help isn`t correct-don`t forget your dad did survive his heart attack.
        again all my posts were in response to insults on me-and I will be be damned to sit back and listen to it from someone who doesn`t know me but I would be willing to give my life to rescue them
        remember at sometime you all will call 911.

    • if you can't afford to lose it all get out. i have seen this before when a company that is going nowhere decides to try something else. my stock went to ZERO

    • >>>I have seen their website and read what i could find on this company<<<
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      After that statement i've come to the final conclusion you either work for the co. or there's simply no hope for you. Just go ahead and send me your money. The end result will be the same.

    • thanks for the comment duke.
      atleast someone got what i was trying to ask.
      stocks and throwing my money away is not my line of work-
      locust-you call me a dummy? how old are you? 4
      because that is what my 4 year old says.
      I really don`t care what you do with your money or your small minded intentions.
      I have seen their website and read what i could find on this company,but sometimes people have other news or outlooks on stocks aswell as valued opinions-which i was hoping to maybe get from others on this board-not someone insulting me because they have no life and have contributed nothing in this world but hot air.
      you are a loner and will die alone.
      or maybe someone like me will be there to laugh at you after you`ve s*h*i*t your britches because noone was with you when your heart stopped to help you.

    • Why thank you duke.

      You are correct. I find the scams and i SHORT EM. I was short this POS under the ticker IDGJ. Very profitable. I'll try again but i'm gonna need some serious volume, which i'll get eventually.

      I think you'll get a chance to get your money back if you're quick. The clowns that run this SCAM are getting desperate. They're gonna run it pretty soon. All of these crooks that run many of these pink sheet scams are aware of a new SEC coming that will have an agenda to restore CREDIBILITY to the markets. Plenty of these cockroaches are GOIN DOWN.

      Get ready to join in on the law suits. I'm already involved in two with a great attorney.

    • Locust, who do you think you are "buffet", nobody hits a home run everytime at bat.

      So tell me why your hear---- to short and bash a .5 cent stock LOL, or are you the watch dog to save are poor souls.

      I'll admit this purchase wasn't the smartest move I've made but it doesn't make me a Dummy.

      You Sir are an ASSSHOLE. locust fits!

    • >>>People don't like this stock as i guess you've seen.<<<
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      Maybe if you spent a little more time investigating and less time giving your money away you'd know why. You have their names, tell me what you find. I'm not gonna do it for ya DUMMY.

      Trust me, these guys are worried about a change in the SEC. The good ol days of fleecing everyone is coming to an end. Paybacks baby.

 
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