I have no idea about what you are writing about and I am no one's employee.
But, if you keep this foolishness up, I will contact the SEC. I'm copying all your posts just for that purpose.
Using bogus information in an effort to manipulate the share price is a good way to have the SEC breathing down your neck and jamming hands in your pockets.
The uplisting effort was part of the promotional information mentioned previously. It can't hurt.
I bought more today, lol.
The deal was in a series of newsletters that were shared with me.
Frankly, the story sounded so compelling that with a little research bypassing the promoters was quite easy.
It may have been "the deal" that I read about concerning the blocks of shares that you could line up to buy through a promoter. But that is speculation on my part.
With volume way down it makes me think that there are very few sellers at this level and that, I think, bodes well for us going forward.
What's going on with the uplisting?
With all the central banks embarking on new policies designed to debase their currencies in the never-ending pursuit of bolstering their economies (the Keynesian lie that won't die), the very idea that the FED will be able to increase interest rates here is dwindling. With the global fiat monopolies working such a plan, how can it be that sometime in the near future we won't see a sudden and stark recognition that the paper money is only as valuable as toilet paper, then maybe even less?
Even though the metals, and the miners for that matter, have been beaten down by the protracted maneuvering of the money powers and the involved governments, a day of reckoning and recognition of value looms.
Batteries? That’s right. Batteries. The way we think about and store energy is going through a major change, and cannabis may be able to spur things along even faster. Alternet reports that researchers are finding that cannabis may lead the way to producing more efficient supercapacitors. The actual engineering is a bit complicated, but basically involves the creation of nanosheets from hemp fibers in the same way scientists have been able to use graphene to accomplish the same thing.
Hemp provides a huge advantage due to its inexpensiveness, as it can cost thousands of times less than graphene or similar materials. As hemp becomes more socially acceptable to work with, exploration into the potential technology should only increase in scope, and hopefully a viable technology will come out of it.
On August 29, the company issued a press release stating that it was unaware any material change in its operations that would merit the abnormal trading activity.
What, specifically, does that mean? I ask because it could simply be semantics. If they were cocksure that their product was going to literally take off, yet there had yet to be any "material change", wouldn't that be reflected in the statement and the statement would still be true and correct? Methinks so.
So, when does this uplisting occur?
You're in the wrong place and at the wrong time for your #$%$. Go the hell away.
There's another American medical worker with ebola.
I think that it already has been. The cures at Emory were nearly miraculous and unlike anything ever tried.
So, I take it that the arrest warrants happen to be new news. They're waiting for Georgie Boy at the Hague.
There are similar warrants out for Dick Cheney, too, I've been told.
And I'm telling you that I believe Seeking Alpha to be nothing more than semi-suave manipulators. That's my opinion and I'm sticking to it. Others must share it though. It could be the reason that Yahoo discontinued using their material.
When we have ordered product lately, there's quite a wait. Most would interpret that as a seriously good sign.