Here's a little investment advice to consider in lieu of throwing your hard earned money at shady garbage. Keep your eye on gov contractor stocks (i.e., CACI, MANT, NCIT, etc.) and possible buying opportunities during the fiscal cliff doom and gloom. Many of which are well run low floaters that are managed (incl. shareholders of) by honest individuals with integrity, not noise making pumpers who don't follow through with what they say. As you'll see, many of which have been beaten down and priced low, however if/when they turn and money starts flowing back into these securities it could result in some notable roi's. Don't go all in however and always stay diversified. Best of luck.
hey Johnny, did your friends at the Ravenite social club give you that name? or is that just wishful thinking on your part?.. don't forget, you are also talking about Ivan Braiker who has the respect of everyone, has a ton of shares and is averaged out at 3 dollars, and is breaking his #$%$ everyday to try to get this company to profitability for shareholders and himself... so why don't you go back down to your grandmother's basement in the Bronx and watch The Godfather for the 501st time and talk to your imaginary Mafia friends.... it's not personal Johnny, just business.
You know, one advantage of being down so much that I hadn't thought of is if you have these shares in a Traditional IRA account, now is a great time to convert them to a Roth IRA. Won't pay much in taxes due to the low value, and then once in a Roth, no future taxes once we start moving higher. I am converting 2 of my IRA account holdings of AUGT to Roth's right now. Just thought I'd mention for anyone in a similar situation.