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Star Bulk Carriers Corp. Message Board

PaperProphet 4 posts  |  Last Activity: May 25, 2014 11:34 PM Member since: Dec 20, 1998
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    Watch out investors.

    by paperprophet May 19, 2014 7:34 PM
    paperprophet paperprophet May 25, 2014 11:34 PM Flag

    You're who, exactly? Are you with the company?

  • paperprophet by paperprophet May 19, 2014 7:34 PM Flag

    GETG wasn't ever intended to make a profit. It was set up by a Dr. Matt Zuckerman to mix oil with a bio component. Previously G-oil was "E-oil" with another company associated with John D. Stanton and his group who set up these worthless companies all the time. E-oil was regular oil mixed with pyrolysis oil.

    They have enough money so if there was any hope of a profit out of G-oil, they wouldn't have rolled it into a company to sell penny stock, they would have just launched it and kept the profits.

    I come here every year or so in case anyone new doesn't know the history.

  • Reply to

    Watch out investors.

    by PaperProphet May 21, 2012 6:54 PM
    paperprophet paperprophet May 19, 2014 5:37 PM Flag

    Looks like GETG is still plodding along losing money all the way.

    Watch out, investors. GETG's very foundation was built on diluting regular oil with bio-oil, an idea which has little value. Dr. Matt Zuckerman starts a bunch of companies on flaky premises and then sells shares to penny stock investors. If there's an idea which he feels investors will swallow, he'll sell that idea and the penny stock that goes along with it.

    Looks like some of the long-time faithful and patient shareholders evaporated.

  • If so, who did you use for a broker, roughly how many were you able to borrow to short and is that broker prohibitively expensive for shorting? TIA.

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