Neither. It does not pay a dividend (for which a 1099 would be necessary) and it is not a REIT (for which a K-1 would be necessary). Confer with a CPA for tax advice based on your particular circumstances.
Be cautious in how you invest real money unless you diligently and intelligently research and understand a stock both on macro and micro levels. This is a speculative stock. Markets may go up but not all stocks participate, and the same holds true if markets go down, of course.