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avi.morax 3654 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Sep 25, 2009
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  • hmmmmmmmmmmm? They never mention, do they?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • avi.morax avi.morax 12 hours ago Flag

    QUESTION FOR "carsoncr72". Why don't you share with the message board what Magellan's disclosed LEASE OPERATION COSTS ARE PER BARREL? How about it, carson?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • The following story was written and reported by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News Health & Environment Editor. All content © Native Sun News.
    POPLAR, MONTANA –– Pink and yellow patches formed by squiggly lines on a map show pollution plumes extending from oil rigs toward the headquarters of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes in northeast Montana.

    The pollution has reached the city limits of the tribal government seat, located in Poplar. The plumes have been advancing on the town through underground water channels ever since oil and gas drilling began back in the 1950s in the Bakken and surrounding formations of Montana’s east side.

    On March 26, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that the oil companies responsible for the pollution have accepted an administrative order to pay $320,000 to the Fort Peck Tribe Water Resource as reimbursement for costs related to water infrastructure and relocating water wells.

    The polluters also agreed to EPA’s request that they carry on monitoring of the tribe’s public water system, serving a population of approximately 3,000, which is 75 percent American Indian.

    The court-ordered agreement “ensures safe drinking water for Poplar,” the EPA said in a news release. The signatories are Murphy Exploration & Production Co., Pioneer Natural Resources USA Inc., and Samson Hydrocarbons Co.

    “These requirements will remain in effect until a new and safe source of drinking water is secured by the city of Poplar,” the EPA said.

    The agreement tasks the companies with “monthly monitoring and a contingency plan to provide an alternate water source if water quality degrades to a degree posing a public health concern.”

    When the pollution plumes reached Poplar in 2010, the EPA issued an emergency order under the Safe Drinking Water Act for the polluters to pay for fixing the water system and to conduct monitoring.
    The companies appealed the order in December of that year. A federal judge mandated mediation, resulting in the ag

  • In July 2013, Galena paid $50,000 to a subsidiary of The DreamTeam Group for 240 days of "advertising, branding, marketing, investor relations and social media services," according to a disclaimer on The DreamTeam Group's Web site.

    [Update: Following publication of this story, DreamTeam Group removed the Galena compensation disclosure from its web site. Here is the screen shot disclosing Galena's payment to DreamTeam Group.]

    Publicly traded companies routinely pitch their stock to new investors, but some of DreamTeam's marketing tactics appear to resemble stock promotion schemes which run afoul of standard investor relations practices. Among its other services, DreamTeam Group operates more than two dozen investor Web sites with names like "Home Run Stocks," "Touchdown Stocks," "Quality Stocks," and "Tout Sheet." The Web sites entice investors with stock picks that can "trade for at least a 100% profit."
    ...

  • In July 2013, Galena paid $50,000 to a subsidiary of The DreamTeam Group for 240 days of "advertising, branding, marketing, investor relations and social media services," according to a disclaimer on The DreamTeam Group's Web site.

    [Update: Following publication of this story, DreamTeam Group removed the Galena compensation disclosure from its web site. Here is the screen shot disclosing Galena's payment to DreamTeam Group.]

    Publicly traded companies routinely pitch their stock to new investors, but some of DreamTeam's marketing tactics appear to resemble stock promotion schemes which run afoul of standard investor relations practices. Among its other services, DreamTeam Group operates more than two dozen investor Web sites with names like "Home Run Stocks," "Touchdown Stocks," "Quality Stocks," and "Tout Sheet." The Web sites entice investors with stock picks that can "trade for at least a 100% profit."
    ..

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    avi.morax deserves a 40ft goldplated statue!

    by mickiddn Aug 3, 2015 10:27 PM
    avi.morax avi.morax 12 hours ago Flag

    Thanks, buddy. You are a gentleman and a scholar. It is a shame you are beset with the pumper pygmies on this message board. ; )

  • DISGRACED MANAGEMENT

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Exxon Mobil LNG a “very serious threat to national security” says Sandline hero
    Former PNG Defence Force Commander, Major General Jerry Singirok, has issued a stark warning that the Exxon-Mobil LNG project could lead to a civil war in PNG bigger than the Bougainville crisis.

    Foreign-owned security companies "pose a great threat to the country": Singirok
    “If they are not careful with what is happening in the LNG project area, the situation there can be much larger and far worse than Bougainville,” says the man who masterminded the departure of mercenaries hired by the Government to put down the Bougainville rebellion 13 years ago.

    “My greatest fear right now is that we are now setting the stage for another Bougainville crisis in Southern Highlands because all the right conditions are there”.

    Singirok says the government has failed to heed lessons about allowing foreign security companies to work in PNG, especially in big resource projects.

    “Now with the LNG project in the Southern Highlands, the Government has allowed developers to bring in foreign-owned security companies [like G4S, the world’s largest security company, which has recently established itself in PNG] that have no appreciation of the local customs, cultures and the people...

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    the plot thickens.....

    by avi.morax 19 hours ago
    avi.morax avi.morax 12 hours ago Flag

    Know who TRAFIGURA is? Little "Puma" just took on over $1 BILLION in debt. Do your homework

  • Reply to

    5.25 Test

    by yes_free_will 16 hours ago
    avi.morax avi.morax 12 hours ago Flag

    My thoughts are you should learn to read a balance sheet and learn how to evaluate the fundamentals of a business plan. The 10-K ( annual financials ) for SANW should be available shortly. Last year they filed on September 29. I hope you are hedged.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • Reply to

    snakes in the grass?

    by avi.morax Jul 26, 2015 12:54 PM
    avi.morax avi.morax 12 hours ago Flag

    caveat emptor

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    buy signal

    by dxddxd72 Sep 2, 2015 12:16 AM
    avi.morax avi.morax 12 hours ago Flag

    HOW ARE THEY COMPENSATED?

  • If you don't know what "Going Concern" language is go ask any accountant. It's NOT GOOD.

    MCIG's "headquarters" is a $99 per month virtual office in Beverly Hills. They have a $1000 per month "storage facility" in Virginia and NO FULL TIME EMPLOYEES.

    Wake up, kids..............

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • This little Yukon Territory POSEUR is about to fall off a big cliff

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    Mult-Darcy formation

    by mimirules2008 14 hours ago
    avi.morax avi.morax 13 hours ago Flag

    SHU is an offshore blogsite that pumps IOC. The guy who "runs" it refuses to even identify himself! Why does he stay in the shadows in Amsterdam, possible PROSECUTION?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    interesting......

    by avi.morax 15 hours ago
    avi.morax avi.morax 13 hours ago Flag

    carson72. Did you think the world stopped in 2008? You shouldn't have stopped your flimsy "research" in 2008. In 2014 the 9th Circuit got a new Chief Justice and HE'S FROM BILLINGS, MONTANA.

    Wake up, Mr. Pant Load!

  • of Dream Team Group and Lidingo Holdings LLC

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    1 for 35 REVERSE SPLIT

    by avi.morax Jun 30, 2015 5:25 PM
    avi.morax avi.morax 15 hours ago Flag

    small retail QUICKSAND

  • These creeps will never tell you when the rug is about to be pulled. The creative use of stop-loss orders is only PRUDENT.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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