Ahhhhh Peter, don't get upset just because someone called you out for the message board troll fraud that you are. I browsed through your message board history last night and wow ..... you're simply here to try and get the weak to let go of their shares. Not gonna happen. This could very well be the next Monster Energy. You might actually be dumb enough to be short and if you are, I pray for your soul in advance because I think you're about to get your face ripped off. Pump and dump ? ROTFLOL, as the only news here in the last 7 months was a change in who's running the company. You better pray to God that the new CEO can't accomplish what he thinks he can. And LOL that you're betting against the creator of InBev who's working on a performance-based scale.
Yeah, that's what I thought .... all talk and F.O.S. just as your alias suggests. Typical "Troll without a life" B.S. I offer you the deal of a lifetime and you come back with this privacy garbage. Take your scam game elsewhere loser. The newsflow hasn't even started and within a month, you'll be nowhere to be found and off to the next board with your amateur hour material.
Peter, you have zero knowledge concerning anything stock market related. Even a blind squirrel could tell you the new CEO's compensation package is going to be performance based. Freakin hilarious to watch an amateur hour hack try to tell people the company's a joke because the CEO is currently working for free. Thank God he's not a typical OTC #$%$ that sucks every dime out of his or her company. Say Peter, I'll make a bet with you. You name the dollar amount, I'll match it and whoever wins gets all the loot. Let's see if you're willing to put your money where your mouth is. I'll even let you pick the attorney of your choice. He or she will hold the money with a 10% fee for 6 months. The bet is .... I say ABRW rises no less than 50% by Nov. 1st. If the stock is trading at .60 or higher on Nov. 1st, I win. If it's not, you win. Easy bet, right ? I mean, after all it's a joke company, right. LOL. If the stock doesn't rise 50% in 6 months, you win. Name the amount and let's see who the real analyst is.
I have no idea where you come up with your analysis Peter, but it's entertaining. Seriously dude, grab a clue.
A known basher ? So if someone takes an opposing view to you, they're the enemy ? Even when you've been proven (so far) to be very wrong on NVIV ? There's a very very valid reason to bash the daylights out of NVIV and warn people about the risks and bad management decisions, whereas you have no problem leading other sheep to slaughter. Keep pumping ABRW ? As long as there's a valid reason to pump the stock with facts, I absolutely will continue to pump the stock. If there's a valid reason to bash it, I would bash it.
Nize, you can get along with anybody ? ROTFLOL !! Look at your last 30 posts. They ALL violently attack whomever you're speaking to. You couldn't get along with a brick wall.
No way ..... 2 out of 3 posts not laced with obscene vulgarities. You're loafing on the job Nize. I'm gonna start calling you "Slacker."
Guess I was wrong Nize, as I see you can't make more than one post without raging profanity. I can understand your frustration in investing in a total hack management team that NVIV has, but I urge you to stay on the sidelines here and watch me back big yet again, over and over and over and over.
Obviously the new CEO will be paid based on performance, a GREAT thing for shareholders, especially for an OTC company. Something IS right, as it shows the CEO thinks he can explode the popularity and acceptance of Bucha. Your "Humpty Dumpty Scool of Business" analysis ain't gonna cut it here.
Peter, if you ever want to be taken seriously by even the dumbest of folks, you're going to at least have to come across as someone who has factual information to present. As it stands now, you're seen as nothing but a Yahoo Troll looking to mix things up because you have nothing else to do. Obviously you didn't listen to the introductory CC, otherwise you'd have understood what the company's capital needs are going forward. The company needs very little cash to make sales and profits explode and gross margins will rise rapidly. Since you know nothing about the new CEO, the main man behind the creation of InBev, I suggest you don't buy the stock, sit on the sidelines and watch others generate wealth. I'm a little ticked right now, as I was only able to add 10K shares at .32 on the pullback after the stock more than doubled and am still on
the bid there, but it looks like I won't get the rest of my order filled. No problem, as I have over 100K shares. We haven't even seen the first PR yet as to the first move the new CEO has made. I suspect the newsflow will get crazy going forward. When we blow through $1.00, I'll be sure to send you a postcard on the way to $2.00
Wow nize, you actually created a post without raging profanity. You turn over a new leaf or something ? As far as pumping, if I ever find a story half as good as ABRW, I'll pump till the cows come home and I'll pump with facts. The facts support a situation that could make shareholders very wealthy IMO, mainly due to the company's lack of need for capital to execute its game plan. As for now, only a handful of people are even aware this company exists, but if we start seeing evidence of what we heard on the CC, ABRW's existence will become widely known. And by the way Nize, your NVIV keeps falling and falling. That's a real winner you invested in. LOL.
Peter, your analysis is hilarious and laughable. You forget I interviewed the new guy for my SA article. He has more accumulated wealth than 99.9% of people in the world. He thinks he can make Bucha into a name that everyone knows. This is not about money for him. That said, I got the feeling that once sales reach a certain number, he'll establish a compensation package for himself. By that time and assuming he's able to execute, you can forget about this being a .34 cent stock. I view this as a potentially amazing candidate for multi-bagger status. And LOL again that the first comment you make is about judging the CEO based on whether or not he buys the stock. OMG dude, this company trades on the OTC and he just arrived 2 weeks ago. Grab a clue for starters.
He makes fun of NUWA deals ? Now that's funny. NUWA asked me if I wanted to participate in a pre-IPO investment and after I did my DD, I said yes. The company ? An secondary insurance company out of Austin that was doing small deals with AIG. The company decided not to IPO and remain private, but in the meantime, my $15K is now worth $150K+ in about a year's time and the company pays me a dividend of over $5K each quarter. Best investment of my life by a long shot. I just sit back and collect huge checks every 3 months. Now what ? AIG has made an investment in the business at about ten times my valuation and they will most likely buy the company. What else ? That company has since started another company with an initial valuation of $100 million. I got over 72K shares in that new company that's worth $100K at the moment. So ....... thanks to NUWA, my $15K initial investment is worth about $250K and in the meantime I get paid over $5K every 3 months to simply wait. Bottom line ? Not only is simpatico a little jealous, he's also clueless beyond imagination.
Wow, if you look at today's DEF 14C that was filed with the SEC, not one share of stock has been sold by these alleged stock promoters. Why is that ? And also take notice that none of the other insiders have sold one share of stock. Why is that ? Maybe because the conference call outlined a path to much higher sales along with stock prices.
Do just an ounce of DD and start with listening to the CC. The original idea behind the creation of InBev came from Brent Willis and afterwards, he and a handful of others built it out into what it is today. Even a 3rd-grader can find this info.
InBev was created by Brent Willis and you think he'll be a bad CEO ? ROTFLOL !!
What does this have to do with ABRW ? That's another company and standard back and forth conversation.
I think the product is for sale at several New York locations, but the "store locator" on the website is still being revamped per the company.
"I’m here for a simple reason, to capture the potential of this hidden opportunity. It is a very fun thing to do to make something huge (like we did at AB InBev), and shareholders will get plenty of wealth creation along the way."