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billyteex1 1115 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 29, 2015 10:37 AM Member since: Jul 17, 2006
  • Reply to

    WG a Harvard Business School Cas Study

    by spanspur Jul 23, 2015 1:24 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 26, 2015 7:44 AM Flag


    You thought AKS was going back to $60 and pump the the you know out of it. As for claiming this was headed to $90, was for your entertainment only. When oil dropped, all bets were off. I went on record immediately and warned investors to stay away from WG. I cannot babysit you. Now tell all of us did you buy the vagrant a chocolate or strawberry shake?

    Maybe I have to dig that up and repost, so the other investors understand the nut job I was dealing with. Spanspur trolls these websites and pretends he has money. In 15 years of knowing him, he has yet to show anything real.

    How come the little man is here kicking this dead horse? Because he lost his shirt...again.

  • Reply to

    SciVac Timeline

    by marva18_86 Jul 24, 2015 10:11 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 25, 2015 6:36 AM Flag


    This piece has always been missing. Maybe Frost doesn't want to step on the FDA's toes and leaves anything about it out on purpose. Newborns are the immediate low hanging fruit and we as investors are in the dark. I take some confidence in that the mining side handed over more than half their cash, so I assume that they know the pathway.

    I posted a link to an organization that's sole purpose is to expedite the approval of drugs in the USA, based on trials conducted in other countries. The FDA has played a key role in helping companies raise funds for discovery. The terms fast track, orphan designation, BTD are things the FDA has played with, because the minions are unsophisticated and they will fund the discovery, specially when they think this pathway some how speeds things up. But those terms lose their impact, over the years.

    I am happy that you posted something real. A good question. There is plenty of data on the vac for new borns/children. Now either Frost knows that this will take two years or there is a faster pathway. This is the question that should have been asked at .48. But with the advent of multiple id's, this good question get's buried and not discussed. It should have been front and center. For Frosts 515M shares, the sooner this get's answered the better.

    My last point to remember in these deals. COCP insiders are locked up in preferred, that may mean that the journey is going to be a long one. The insiders here, not locked up, so could that mean the journey is shorter? That is the $133M question.

  • Reply to

    Another OPK article

    by k9uwa Jul 24, 2015 9:34 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 2:51 PM Flag

    K9 you do some of that special math figuring on this board also. It took him 24 hours to learn that if the stock doubles, you are only up 100%. K-9 thought he was up 200%. You cannot make this stuff up.

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    Cdavis,Arlo and K9 busted on SVACF board

    by billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 7:40 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 1:44 PM Flag

    I left out CL id also. That was a freebie that Arlo gave up.

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    Morgan Stanley Just Announced Gold

    by spanspur Jul 24, 2015 12:15 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 12:27 PM Flag

    Yup. The bankers are desperate to get cheap gold. As long as you know they will do this, you win both ways. If it went to $650, I will have made, $425K. Hope you are right for once.

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    by billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 11:38 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 11:54 AM Flag

    20) The past solution has always been War. This time, the politicians/bankers are afraid, due to nuclear weapons, of their safe havens being destroyed.
    21) …

    Note that industrialization/automation will not stop. The next “job killing” advancement is automated trucking: minus 8,000,000 million jobs.

  • Reply to

    Interesting back of envelope numbers

    by dwoods4q Jul 23, 2015 2:23 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 11:50 AM Flag

    I actually can use the back of an envelope and do the math. You my friend are looking at what the value was before they split and why are you trusting yahoo? As Reagan stated, "Trust buy Verify".

  • billyteex1 by billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 11:38 AM Flag

    US of A real financial history
    Financial History of US of A.

    Starting from the US Civil War in 1860, the US economy has never been on a sound financial footing!
    This is a brief summary of how the US of A political/banking system has actually operated.

    1) After the Civil War the US went into a 30 year depression.
    2) Two things started to pull the US out of this depression: The Prussia War and Inventions.
    3) The US was the low cost producer of weapons which were bought by Europe and payed for in Gold [Prussian War].
    4) Henry Ford and others changed the speed of Industrialization: 1900.
    5) Workers left farms to work in the Industrial North. This lasted for about 15 years.
    6) The US of A was the major supplier of weapons, etc., to Europe for WW1: paid for in Gold.
    7) By 1920, the automation that started it all removes the need for 1/2 of the workers.
    8) In 1922, to prop-up the economy, General Motors/Banks introduce debt financing for automobiles: before this one had to buy a car outright.
    9) The 10% down auto, financing bubble, and the Gold from WW1 had all been spent. 1929 credit bubble in autos and the stock market margin bursts.
    10) The Great Depression was not allowed to finish its complete reset of the financial system. Automation removed the need for another 50% of the industrial workers.

  • Reply to


    by billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 9:40 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 10:37 AM Flag

    These boards are nonsense. A few posters who think they are cute, but posting to themselves. Last week we tried to take it to a new level. But were met with posters who cannot even figure out a simple percentage gain.

    I haven't found anyone here with a clue. I think the smart investors were the ones who sold before the split. Adding 515M shares has consequences and knowing that COCP was short on giving any updates that are reliable, I figure the same holds for this one.

    These insiders have one agenda. When you know that, then this game is easier to play. They get the minions to fund the discovery. That is what it's about. Yes, Frost funds some of it, but he get's in on the ground floor, where you get in at 2x-3x that. His little group on paper, were handed $132M as of today. Did any of them invest $132M? Maybe $25M?

    This one maybe a little closer to real revenues, but that is yet to be known. I kind of feel sorry for the Frost wannabees, they paid anywhere from .34-.48 for shares. It's trading at .33. Not a single fake id here, is above water. Frost figured out a way to take his investments and multiple them by 4x. With your help.

    It's the arlo, k-9, cdavis and dk1949 show. I will not learn anything from them. That is relatively apparent. Last week, most could have been woken up, instead they choose to show us how smart they are or dumb.

  • Reply to

    Damage control

    by billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 7:33 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 9:04 AM Flag

    Ignore was exactly where they have to run too. The idiots know that I have the tools to out them and they cannot allow that to happen. Usually they will use mockery for weeks. But they know that will not work. So ignore is the only weasel card they have. Good. As always I offer them a simple test, they know that is not an option, so they mock and in the end high tail it away from the crime.

    Thank you cdavis. You made this so simple this time. Now don't slip up an answer, once you say you have me on ignore. that usually what happens. Only Roryrae would be this stupid to try this on so many boards.

    You are so predictable. I know exactly what your next ploy will always be. I guess you are 67 years old and you are not a very bright. How come in 67 years and 167 years for K-9, you never seem to grow up. The one thing we know about the multiple user id's they are shameless in their deceit.

  • billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 8:50 AM Flag


    Levon never stated they would invest more in PGLC. They stated they would be interested in do some other deals with Frost. I feel that now that they unlocked some value for Levon, they could sell an asset like their silver mine in Mexico and take that cash and do another one of Frost Biotech plays.

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    Cdavis,Arlo and K9 busted on SVACF board

    by billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 7:40 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 8:45 AM Flag

    Add DK1949 to the list as well.

  • Reply to

    I don't read the board for two days

    by dk1949 Jul 24, 2015 8:16 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 8:39 AM Flag

    Interesting Arlo is 67 years old and DK is 67 years old. Roryrae is also 67 years old. I bet cdavis is 67 years old and getting forgetful in his old age. K9 is probably 169 . You know how he is with math.

    I'm sure this started off innocent. The bashers showed up on OPK and COCP sites and so what do some investors who are long do. They invent other id's, in a effort to protect their shares and make it seem that there is validation for their ideas.

    I knew that they would bring in reinforcements. The multiple using idiots always do. They mock and when they know they are busted they play the ignore card.

    But the one thing they will never do, is pass a simple test. If they were real id's they could easily embarrass me, by taking a simple easy test. But instead they just will protect their image. They sell their souls, so they can feel good that someone may actual believe there is more support for what they believe is real.

  • Reply to

    I don't read the board for two days

    by dk1949 Jul 24, 2015 8:16 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 8:25 AM Flag


    Cdavis is not paranoid. he maybe schizophrenic, he did get busted posting to himself. Maybe DK and cdavis actually believe they are different id's. The circle jerk that you idiots play. I warned everyone, the next ploy would be the ignore one. It's like clock work, a simple test would show me up. But they know that they cannot pass a simple test. So they use mockery, the nuts card, then when that fails, they have to say PLEASE IGNORE. How about you idiots grow up and realize that you too stupid to hide the fact that you need 5 id's. But DK you now iun my headlights. Let's see where this lead and how many times they used your ID to make their stupidity seem to have validation.

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    Gold Continues It's Decline

    by spanspur Jul 22, 2015 5:44 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 8:16 AM Flag


    You are correct, I never shared when to short Gold here. Why would I do that? If I say up, you say down. That's how you little ladies have to play it. Now when spanspur and GS show us their claims, I will be happy to show my trade.

    I just don't understand why this matters to you. You posted that the biotechs could challenge our patents, without any prove. All you did is look up OMS and jump to what will be the dumbest comment in 2015 on a yahoo message board. I hope you don't take that title lightly.

    I have to be amused, that you focus entirely on my claim. How about you worry about learning to google the price of gas in CA. You have bigger issues then just worrying about how I play metals.

    I take my profits from the signs that they will beat up metals. If you follow this, you know that they beat it up, right before options expire. So I get ahead of this every month and in the heavy deliver months, I double that short position. If more investors did this, they would have to stop the manipulation. I take those profits and I load up on depressing mining shares at with the profits. Now you have a easy way to make money. See if you can reproduce my results.

  • I found this interesting:

    It is worth repeating at this point that the economic consensus, which adheres to the quantity theory of money and has been comforted by the apparent absence of consumer price inflation in the wake of the post-Lehman monetary expansion, takes a diametrically opposite view to that indicated by the Paradox. The prospect of a turn in the interest rate cycle is expected to drive the dollar’s exchange rate higher still, weakening commodity prices and gold even further. In the language of the dealers, everyone is on the same side of the trade, meaning the dollar is technically over-bought and commodities over-sold.

    Gibson’s Paradox says it will turn out otherwise, and it could be central to linking the cyclical relationship between interest rates, securities markets, and commodity prices. It becomes much easier to see how these relationships tie together. Rising interest rates would almost certainly be accompanied by a potentially large fall in overpriced bond and stock markets as speculative positions are unwound, the former even undermining bank solvency ratios.

    The flight of speculative capital from falling markets has to go somewhere, particularly if cash balances held in the banks are at a growing risk from systemic default. The Paradox tells us that these are the conditions for commodities to become the safe haven of choice for the highest levels of speculative money ever recorded since fiat currencies dispensed with their golden anchor. Ergo, Gibson’s Paradox probably still holds.

  • Reply to

    Gold Down Another 1.5% This Morning

    by spanspur Jul 24, 2015 7:52 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 7:59 AM Flag

    I hope you right. I have made a bundle shorting it. I can pick up the depressed miners at huge discounts. Nice when the plan comes together. Saw you weeping on WG's board again. How could you twice lose 75% on the same stock? Maybe a vagrant will fall in your lap again? This time keep your hand on your wallet.

    You never told us, was it chocolate or strawberry? I'm happy you now pretending you live in CO. Just hope your prostate get's better. This posting at 3am, has to be having an impact on your health. Go out in the yard and pick up some elk turds. Just stop smoking them. How's roryrae doing these days? You feeling alright. You seemed miffed. Let's see you were bragging you bought CDTI at $2.20 and now those 80k shares are down .40. That's $32K spanspur. This on top of your WG and AKS loses. Making smoking weed, will help you to forget.

  • Reply to

    I Might Start Buying Physical Gold

    by spanspur Jul 23, 2015 11:37 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 7:52 AM Flag

    Is there a Jack-n-box so you can pick up vagrants? Where was your head when the vagrant stole your money? You never filled in the missing piece there.

  • Cdavis got busted answering himself on another board. I'm sure they are using multiple id's here to pump this. There is always one loser on these boards that needs 10 id's because he cannot tie his own shoes without tripping. If you read there replies here, you will see the pattern.

    They will mock this post. The funny part of it, I gave them a simple option to prove their id's are real, instead of taking that challenge and proving me wrong, they will waste 20 times the energy, telling us they live in different parts of the country. You be the judge for yourselves.

  • billyteex1 by billyteex1 Jul 24, 2015 7:33 AM Flag

    It seems the multiple id user, was in damage control yesterday. Trying desperately to wash off the stink of posting to himself a reply. Sad when they make these mistakes and even sadier at how hard they will work to cover up their ignorance. Cdavis uses multiple id's to make his points. So far we have identified K-9 and Arlo.

    Arlo immediate wet himself and cdavis talking to himself. Maybe these idiots are from a local nut farm. One thing is absolutely clear, they cannot pass a simple test. Now that they insulted me, I will open Pandora's box.

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