I agree with you. It is the ONE thing that keeps me buying more. They are actually doing what they say. I have seen the rum at some bars. I have been on the construction site many times, construction is ongoing
I may have been wrong about BLUU. Perhaps SMAYCS4 is correct. This is very puzzling to me, and I am really confused. I initially bought into this stock at $0.0296 sold it at $0.06 for a double. watched it climb to $0.16, when it retreated to $0.13 I bought back it. STUPID, I KNOW. However my reason for getting back in is simple. I have seen the Rum being sold. I have been on the site several times in the past 3 weeks, as recently as today. Construction on the restaurant in Indigo bay continues. Yet the stock price continues in a free fall on very high volume. What is it that I am not getting here? I honestly thought this would run north of $1.00 per share. Can someone please help me make sense of this?
I live in South Hill, on the Island of Anguilla. I have taken the 15 minute boat ride to St. Maarten on several occasions to verify that the Restaurant is indeed being constructed. I have been to several Bars and saw the rum being sold. I think this is a good business model. However, I am not saying that it will succeed. All stocks of this nature are highly speculative. I bought a large number of shares at 0.0296 watched it rise to 0.16 ....when it started dropping, I panicked and sold at 0.06 ..I am sorry I did that....I should have continued to hold and accumulate....I am buying back into BLUU at the moment......As for the geniuses who bash the stock, they might be correct in their analysis that it is a scam. What I don't understand is this: If they believe it is a scam, why are they on the board? why do they care if you or I lose our money? why aren't they focusing their time and energy making money on stocks that they "KNOW' will make them money?
As I have said before. it might be, but I seriously doubt it. The fact is that the restaurant IS under construction. I have seen blue water Rum being sold at various locations. I have talked to Bar tenders who claim that the rum is selling well