I received my "tip" from John Bell when the stock was at 86 cents on or around February 16th. I bought 10,000 shares. I sold half yesterday at $1.314 and the balance today at $1.30. It seems as though demand in this stock is weakening. I am even more convinced that John Bell is a fraud. When I got into his newsletter, I asked him for his previous picks which he did not produce. This stock has a catchy story but seems to be a fairy tail. When it dropped two weeks ago from about $1.25 to 79 cents in about 20 minutes, I knew I needed to exit. I only wish I had done so when it hit $1.40. I am sure that this will go down dramatically again when the air is let out of the baloon i.e. when John Bell stops pumping it. If you are hanging in there, good luck. I took my %51 profit for a 5 week hold. I do not think I would follow John Bell again because he gives different leads to different people at different times.
wow...ur a real piece of work. bad mouthing john bell after he gives u a pick, and u make 51% in no time!!!really!!!51%. did u need to make 200% before u give a man his props? u greedy, greedy little guy. that is mental
I am not saying that I did not benefit, but it was a crap shoot. I am glad I am out. The distasteful thing is that John Bell gives different advice to different people at different times. I got it later than others, but before other people. I guess I came to realize that there is nothing to this company AT THIS TIME. It may work out, but I have a feeling that this stock is going to tank on Monday. The action at the end of the day suggests that the run is over. Probably because earnings (or the lack thereof) are going to be announced, and then John Bell has nothing to pump.
Got suckered in late at night. It worked out, but my eyes are opened. I am learning rapidly. There is no way this company should have a market cap of $88m. I think when it goes down it will drop like it did a couple of weeks ago when it lost about 25% of its value in 20 minutes.