You have him pegged....on twitter he represents himself as being a Christian, if I found him attending my church I'd give serious consideration to changing denominations....but I doubt he'd like the church I attend.
I did about 10 community theatre plays about 15 years back......you should try it sometime, I have a lot of interests beyond the stock market. Check my blog on SA, Nemaska at 15 cents was big, as were retirement home stocks Regal Lifestyles and Amica which were bought out at huge premiums (RLC 40% ACC almost 100%)
That's why I decided to start my own blog, Avoid The Bag.....warned on KTOV at $6+, ZIOP at $8+....posted long ideas about EGT at 15 cents and LAC predicting a drop to 65 (it got to 66) and now its over a buck.
I'm doing okay.....good luck hyping ABRW.....I also used to work as a financial consultant and my late great father worked on both Wall and Bay Streets in the 60s and 70s.....Spotting cheeseball pump and dumps is not rocket science.
But if it makes you fell better to talk about my enjoyment and passion for theatre and treading the boards....have at her, I have big shoulders and don't sweat low IQ bullies.
So much hype and promotion....reminds me of Fuse Science, symbol DROP.OTC.....pinkie stocks are full of these stories, big 1,000% jumps and then bagholders left wondering what happened.
Feel sorry for the desperate, greedy and inexperiencd noobies that get roped in....but live and learn, this is the game across the entire market....its just more obvious in pinkie land.
Just up at "Avoid The Bag" ABRW - Too good to be true? If you want to read it just cut and paste the subject line.
At Avoid The Bag, about the bump in short interest.....cut and paste the subject line if you want to read it.
Avoid The Bag posting about LEDIF (or LMD.V in Canada)....if you want to read it just cut and paste the subject line.
Another avoidthebag piece with Nemaska discussed....if you want to read it just cut and paste the subject line.
Blog posting mentioning LIX performance over the past few months....cut and paste the subject line if you want to read it.
Its just an outfit that seems to know when stocks that have made big gains are gonna get a last little push before they collapse....like I say, KTOV, LEJU, MOBI, ZIOP, SBOT, CNAT...those are just the ones that are top of mind. Last one was ABRW just as it was spiking up near $2.
Blog posting about LAC, if you want to read it just cut and paste the subject line.
No worries...I don't get excited or upset about anything on a message board. They're still pumping it a bit.....more like making excuses for hyping it up around $6. Just yesterday they were still saying its gonna be a blockbuster in 2017.....imo trying to keep the sheep in the bag.
Skepticism is a sign of wisdom....you should apply the same questions to all the bullish pumpers and the chop shop blasting out emails......Nobody paid me for anything, stockreversals and their pump and dump activity is just under my skin...mobi at $8, SBOT at $20 (reverse split adjusted) leju, wbai and too many more.....now they're barely mentioning KTOV on their twitter feed, they're pumping an otc pinkie now, ABRW.
You've likely heard the axiom, "buy the rumor, sell the news".....well when there's more dumping going on into the news than buying, the price tends to crater. Ultimately stocks don't trade on fundamentals but on supply and demand.....ever since stockreversals, a notorious chop shop, strarted hyping this around $6....there's just been too much dumping going on.
You're talking about a technical indicator called On Balance Volume or OBV for short, invented by Joe Granville back in the 60s. Its really simple, volume when the PPS climbs is counted + and volume when the PPS drops is counted -.....thus over time you can establish a trend.
Of course you need more data than just a couple of days or even a few weeks worth.....If you draw out OBV on a graph going back to say Sept/Oct of last year....what is the macro trend?
Predictions of ELTP's imminent collapse were off the mark....
Always be weary when chop shop with anonymous websites start sending out email blasts pumping a stock. Cut and paste the subject line to read the article.