headline news section .Later than I thought by over 3 weeks ? ? The last one was before the bell .This one is after the bell and on a Monday ?
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"as the GOP was out to get him from day one,Hogwash" His reputation caught up to him Jennifer Flowers ring bell ?Oval office sex .The "Dress" Clinton left them no other option's .You know nothing about facts you don't need to answer it was rhetorical .The more I talk to you the dumber I get !'but the impeachment was unnecessary. Pure politics." Was the last straw
and the internet bubble at his back along with capital gain tax money pouring in .Congress forced him to use the tax money to balance a budget .He went kicking and screaming to sign the damn thing .He was being impeached or did you choice to ignore those facts like Hilary did with monica ? Stand by your man comes to mind .Clinton did sh$t for the economy .Now greenspan is another can of worms .
Cynk Technology halted with 'Buyer Beware' caution
Shares of Cynk Technology (CYNK) were halted earlier by the OTC Pink marketplace, which included a "Buyer Beware" caution message. The notice indicated: "There is public interest concern associated with the company, which may include a spam campaign, questionable stock promotion, known investigation of fraudulent activity committed by the company or insiders, regulatory suspensions, or disruptive corporate actions." The company's stock has been the focus of significant media attention in recent days, after its share price soared from 6c on June 16 to $13.90 when trading was halted. The stock's current market capitalization is over $4B based on that price, though its shares had been as high as $21.64, which would have given it a market cap of about $6.3B. In a report filed with the SEC in November, Cynk reported no revenue or assets and said it had a $1.5M loss for 2013. Reference Link
Beyond the corporate control questions, however, there is still the pesky question of just who is buying and selling the stock.
Despite considerable media buzz today, the stock still traded just 386,000 of its 291 million outstanding shares. And even if one assumes that Romero isn't trading at all, there are still 81 million shares outstanding.
And again, let's not forget, the company has no revenue and no assets.
Late in the day StreetInsider, citing sources, said regulators were looking at trading activity in CYNK, adding that a trading halt "could be imminent." So far, nothing has happened from a regulatory standpoint.
It seems that after a 25,000% gain, regulators might wonder what is going on. But CYNK Technology trades over the counter, or on an unregulated market where companies aren't held to same reporting standards as those that list on the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq.
Naturally, the massive rise of CYNK in both investor awareness and its share price, had many on Twitter talking about CYNK and if it possibly signals another bubble.
Probably not, but how this story unfolds, and what happens to the stock now that it has the markets attention, bears watching no matter what happens next.
total # of shareholders is 30 you make 31 .shares totals 291000000 appx how many do you have ? Read the news just out .
PORTOLA VALLEY, Calif. (AP) - More than 80 tanks amassed by a Stanford University-trained engineer are set to go up for sale in the San Francisco Bay Area in what is being billed as one of the largest auctions of military vehicles ever.
The auction on Friday and Saturday in Portola Valley will also include gun parts and miscellaneous military equipment, including a nearly 42 ton surface-to-surface missile, according to Auctions America, the company handling the auction.
The tanks and other vehicles - part of one of the nation's most extensive, historic, military vehicle collections - were among those amassed over decades by Silicon Valley engineer Jacques Littlefield, who kept them on his family estate up a winding, forested road above Silicon Valley. They span from World War I through the Gulf War, Hunter Chaney, a spokesman for The Collings Foundation, said.
Littlefield's family donated the tanks and other equipment to the foundation after Littlefield's death in 2009. The foundation hopes to raise $10 million from the auction to help build a military vehicle museum at its Stow, Massachusetts, headquarters, Chaney said.
"This collection is very rare and very expensive," he said.
Among the tanks up for auction is a World War II German Panzer IV tank, which is expected to fetch as much as $2.6 million, and an M4 "Jumbo Sherman" Assault Tank, which could go for as much as $1.6 million.
The foundation is holding on to the items with the greatest historical significance, including a World War I tank, Chaney said.
Potential bidders must register to take part in the auction. The collection has so far drawn interest from people from outside the U.S., including in Australia, France, and Germany, and in North America, Amy Christie, a spokeswoman for Auctions America, said. Fly pick up one of these tanks and end the Madness .Bring me back one all so .Greens my color .Glaucoma is nothing to mess with at an early age or at any age. At least He tried I give him credit .
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"Remember his presidential campaign runs? Funny how "people" completely disappeared when Mad died." Do I That was a hoot .Him being from Wisc made it even better story .Doing very well thanks for asking .2 more grandson to follow in sports is keeping me less old .So you a grandpa yet ?Your daughter must be a fine young lady by now .So it is true about Mad passing on .He did have a full life I'm sure .Always looking forward to the next positive event .When we hit chitown I always think reflect on Mad's Grandson's ?Your brother still down south ?I'm watching Reds kick the Cubs butt for the 4th time this week .I don't have a score card is SEN still lurking here ? Keep well fly .