It should be remembered that Mr. Levine sued people who warned people about the speculative nature of CoFactor. Levine manipulated the legal system by acting like a corrupt cop -- he even privately fined a poster for warning of the danger of ANX! Levine never said he was sorry or admitted he was wrong to use ANX money to hunt down critics and sue and fine them! He never returned the money he collected from the critics he sued. Why would you buy a stock from Levine if he is this dirty and hasn't even made attempts to make amends for his extreme clampdown on free speech?
David, Allow me to answer you in public, for the benefit of the public. This PBYA is a much smaller scale, lower profile stock than was ANX. Just comparing the trading volume explains this. By the way, any buy or sell has the appearance of "painting the tape" on this stock. The fact that Levine has again puffed up his biography by exaggerating and distorting his tenure at ANX is disturbing, since he was called out for this puffery in his ANX bio. Since the ANX massive hype of 2004-2007 or so, there has been a massive banking and mortgage hype that nearly brought down this country, and to date not one executive involved in the many banks and other financial organizations has served jail time, and only a few have been fined personally. So Levine and crew, by comparison to much larger scammers, are not only small fry but also comparatively cleaner. That's the awful public company ethics situation we are in today, and just by us warning potential common stock purchasers of the dangers and history of investing in a company run by people with terrible past records of promising the moon and delivering crumbs we, as citizens, are doing a service towards financial free speech and transparency. Best wishes, razor