So the Groove invokes Fidelity's legend, Peter Lynch, and his command "Invest in what you know" to recommend INUV. Recently, the groove bailed on its #2 #$%$-us stock, travelzoo on the claim that there is nothing that groove and its adherents can do to boost that website's revenues. Click-click-click-click just doesn't cut the mustard. Of course, when the groove was pushing the stock, it peaked at $100 and went to $21. Way to go, groove.
The groove is now hyping AUGT, another internet information dispensory. Like Travelzoo, there is apparently nothing that you and I and the groove can do to boost revenues, so it is not going to be the next #2 #$%$us stock, but they are telling you to buy it anyway. It has a similar profile as INUV -- trashy financials, a CEO that left on short notice, and a pps that went from 89 cents to 40 cents in a month. Clearly, the groove and its minions know nothing. They should therefore invest in nothing. But next I am sure we will be hearing the hype about a website selling dogfood.