Get ready now! If you really want to make a boatload of money soon, stop listening to Ampio's ignorant cynics and critics who know very little and only want to sound important and knowledgeable because they are not. Just load up on shares while they are cheap now because with all of the possibilities brewing at once, it only takes one catalyst to explode shares and once they ignite, they are going to keep on going with a display that hasn't been seen in a long time.
The critics are going to to blast this comment for now but in a month or two or maybe three, they will all be in hiding not to be heard from until they find another forum with plenty of suckers.
I have been sharing Ampio's story with investors since it was $2.65 May 2012. Today it is $6.00 and headed to at least $50 in the next 12 months and probably surprisingly higher than $50. Contrary to what my critics say, I am not compensated by Ampio. I have been in the markets since 1968 and seen all the big winners materialize and I can honestly tell you that Ampio will be one of them.
In only a few months you will either be kicking yourself for not buying these cheap shares or you will be celebrating with the smart money. It's your choice and this is the lull before a super storm!
I invested in $AMPE at $3.94 3 months or so ago, and to be honest after a report sent to me on $AMPE I thought it was deeply undervalued at that point and given the catalysts in that near term, it has big time potential. I did not know how it would trade, but fast forward to today, its trading at $6.12 and would have to agree that you will not have a chance to buy in the $5 range... this rips soon..
Can you explain this? In your May 8 2012 SA pump you wrote "I have no position in AMPE and have had no compensation from any source, and therefore I am not biased by financial self-interests.", But on June 29 SA wrote: "Editor's Note: It was disclosed after publication of this article that the author is seeking public relations business from AMPE. He also disclosed previously that the company paid for his transportation to their facility."
Were you lying when you said you had no financial self-interest? it seems pretty obvious you did. Please explain.