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AMERILITHIUM CORP Message Board

  • fmalone2013 fmalone2013 Oct 1, 2013 6:21 AM Flag

    USA Govt. is closed. AMEL is next.

    Everything is going bankrupt. USA Govt. has run out of money. If the trillion dollar ponzi scheme has failed what chance for this co.? Zero !

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • I thought AMEL already closed. It only has 1 employee..

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Mr. Frank Malone!

      your right.
      our Gov't has to pay the piper. and i am not referring to what the urban dictionary describes that to be.
      it's going to get real tough for people for the next 3 to 5 years. some more than others.
      my wife and i will survive. we clear 2,200 a month . . but we'll survive.

      amerilithium was a promising pipe dream i followed. i followed it hard and i believed in it.
      i am not going to wait around and go through a "Q" attached to the end of my pipe dream.
      some company will buy her. but i am basically out. i have 2000 shares i left in her just because it's not worth selling on scottrade trade fee's.

      i wish you best of luck and prosper if you can.

      sfsi.

      • 1 Reply to sfsi_mont
      • The US Govt. has gradually decayed and now has been hijacked by lunatics. It will not survive for another 3 or 4 years. This is the end of the road. The show is over. The budget will not pass and the debts will all be in default. Trillions of dollars borrowed by selling bonds will not be paid back. It is also commonly known as a death spiral.

        AMEL here should have sold some dirt to pay the rent and fees all these years. Now the game is over. Hold or Fold but DO NOT BUY ANYMORE !

        Sentiment: Hold

 
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