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Tri-Tech Holding Inc. Message Board

gunterbrox 7 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 31, 2014 8:42 AM Member since: Apr 19, 2007
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  • Reply to

    Another Leg Down

    by tnstockpro Aug 29, 2014 9:54 AM
    gunterbrox gunterbrox Aug 31, 2014 8:42 AM Flag

    This game will be repeated every 8 - 12 months as some newsletter writers like the mystery surrounding this company and KLH. All they need to do buy a few hundred thousand shares at the start themselves in order to suck in new investors. One can make good money if one controls the start and end of such a pump and dump rally is. Don't forget this stock was down to 60 cents and then rose to over $ 2 in a very short time without any company news.

    I would call this a truly speculative stock. I tried to get some around 60 cents but could not.

    There will certainly be another pumping rally coming. Don't miss the boat and jump off before the tide turns.

  • Reply to

    Newsletter pumpers

    by gunterbrox Aug 28, 2014 3:21 AM
    gunterbrox gunterbrox Aug 29, 2014 3:17 AM Flag

    after i had rea d Wealth Daily i checked and DDDX was moving up strongly. Since I. belived the BS of Wealth daily I bought at .96 and added at 1.06. After doing my DD I read that the company had huge debts, not fully paid for the 3 D printer and a qualifier from their auditor. Then I knew that this was a paid pump and I dumped at 1.14 which was really my luck because after that it drpped

  • gunterbrox by gunterbrox Aug 28, 2014 3:21 AM Flag

    Don't trust any financial newsletter which gives you free advice. They pumped this company as a 3 D software company when they are nothing else but a shop which bought one 3 D printer (which they did not fully pay yet) and sells metal parts. I jsut escaped before it crashed. This thing will go back to 5 cents and this is where it belongs.

  • gunterbrox gunterbrox Aug 24, 2014 3:31 AM Flag

    If one looks at the Chinese IPO's that went "dark" one can see a pattern. They all issued around 2008/2010 and went dark in 2011/2012. If US investors are successful with putting these Holding Companies in receivership and appointing new Boards of Directors, there may be some incentive for the CEO's to settle the issue. Yes, I would also like some buyout of my shares, but if not offered I'd like to see Mr. Guo bothered by us investors as much as possible, especially if his water business is in good condition and profitable.

  • gunterbrox gunterbrox Aug 23, 2014 6:21 AM Flag

    Don'be always so negative. I am glad to see there is some action and hopefully this will be done against other Chinese CEO's that operate profitable businesses in China and practiced some modern "bank robbery" in the US. There seems to have been a pattern.

    If we can make life less comfortable for these CEO's then this will already have been a small victory.

    Bad publicity will seriously affect other Chinese IPO's. I for one hope that the famous Ali Baba IPO will be a total flop (the investors here would also have never any assets under their control, just a stock certificate which may turn out to be also just a piece of paper)

  • Reply to

    BioServe India Acquisition complete!

    by cmgibson1975 Aug 18, 2014 9:02 AM
    gunterbrox gunterbrox Aug 19, 2014 4:27 AM Flag

    Who is Papa John? Is he the pizza man?

  • Reply to

    3 months since last poster

    by callitht Jul 20, 2014 9:11 AM
    gunterbrox gunterbrox Jul 22, 2014 7:34 PM Flag

    Because somebody must value it higher. After all the company is not bankrupt but in a profitable business.


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