"round here folks like me will heckle you guys big time." that about sums up your contribution to the conversation. Fortunately, there are not many guys like you. Your own maturity level makes you sound like a pubescent teen still in grade school. Stupid on Steroids. ;-))))))))))))))))))
You must be a friend of cobyfubus who is also a shill for pennyStocksWeekly. HE is a fairly prolific Spammer like yourself
HE needs more than a valium, he had a BS post attacking Billwilliams last night but the message gods must have removed it because its gone this morning
It was Agnew till he apparently got a life outside of this board. He must have met his dream girl ;-)
Thanks, I just wondered because you seemed quite comfortable with the use of the medical vocabulary and the meaning of the terms. thanks for the perspective. I enjoy your posts
Those fools as you like to call them are the ones getting smart and moving whatever they have left into a real investment
LMAO, yeah and lose whatever you have left, profits surely you jest, or the BS just rolls naturally off the keyboard. this stock is only for the extremely naïve investor looking to lose whatever they have
THIS OFF BLOOMBERG'S WEBSITE. PAY ATTENTION TO THE FIRST SENTENCE.
Therapy Cells, Inc. does not have significant operations. Previously, the company was engaged in the design and manufacture of jewelry products. It intends to operate in the green energy and renewable energy fields, as well as in the software as a service sector. History The company was founded in 1988. It was formerly known as Diamond Information Institute, Inc. and changed its name to Therapy Cells, Inc. in May 2011.
MY COMMENTS:It is aptly located in Las Vegas, Nevada This Stock has the same investment value as a slot machine with the exception that the slot is bigger and can take more of your coins at one time than an ordinary slot machine, however, you have better odds of winning at an ordinary slot machine. Run for the hills while you still have money in your brokerage account. The company is a shell.
SO you and mailman are the market makers in this stock. We will know when you guys give up and try to retain whatever cash you have left, when the numeral moves another decimal place to the right of the decimal. Can't sell because you'd crush your own asset. As I speak PPS of .0009. 9/10000th of a penny.LOL gives new meaning to the term penny stock. I'd feel bad for you but I think your losses will be a self-inflicted wound. Good luck to you both as you will need lots of it just to get out of this stock, as the volume is just not there to absorb your holdings at anything much above zero.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Shelly, you can't be serious, you didn't know Stocks go up and down in price when you bought your first share, the reasons are not relevant. But you sound as if you weren't aware of the risks. you stretch credibility with that one. you and ri were two of a kind
He would flame anybody with no shortage pejoratives or vulgarities anybody who even intimated any negativity. The irony is amazing
"It should not be this low right now." Your kidding, your trying to be funny, because you can't really be serious.No phone, no office, no website, no management, no research team, and no employees. what price are you willing to pay to invest in nothing. "Something seems to be keeping the stock down." ROTFLMAO
Nor how many dreamers try to pump it up. Toilet tissue is pricier than this stock and worth more. new low how soon do you think before you can have 100,000 shares for the price of a piece of bubble gum
"and the Chay merger was treated as a reverse merger."
For everyone's edification:
A common way that small companies go public is through a reverse merger with an existing public company. In a reverse merger, an operating private company merges with a public shell company which has no assets or known liabilities (the "shell" corporation). The public shell corporation is called a "shell" since all that exists is its corporate shell structure and shareholders. The private company obtains the majority of the shells stock (usually 96 percent or more). The private company normally will change the name of the public company (often to its own name) and will elect its Board of Directors which will appoint the officers. Hope you all find this helpful;-)