im sure the sec will eventually halt trading. And I would wager sitra goes to prison.
just like their master.
Sitra clearly belongs in prison.
Less than 3 hours away. I might just drive over and take a leak on their CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS.
BLUE WATER GROUP"S CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS IS IN A ROOM IN THIS HOUSE
202 Osmanthus Way Canton, GA 30114
Obfuscation is the obscuring of intended meaning in communication, making the message confusing, willfully ambiguous, or harder to understand. It may be intentional or unintentional (although the former is usually connoted) and may result from circumlocution (yielding wordiness) or from use of jargon or even argot (yielding economy of words but excluding outsiders from the communicative value). Unintended obfuscation in expository writing is usually a natural trait of early drafts in the writing process, when the composition is not yet advanced, and it can be improved with critical thinking and revising, either by the writer or by another person with sufficient reading comprehension and editing skills.
The criminal pumpers suggest that Sitras crimes were not crimes because they happened long ago.
I suggest he is just as big a scammer as he was way back then.
If I could I would short this pig to zero. its going to zero, Id bet my arm on it.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (Commission)
announced today that it filed a Complaint in the United
States District Court in Waco, Texas, against Anita
Carlisle d/b/a Carlisle Communications (Carlisle),
Scott Sitra (Sitra), Sitra Enterprises, Inc. (Sitra
Enterprises), JAFLC Capital Management Ltd. (JAFLC) and
Jeffrey Brommer d/b/a Investments 101 Ltd. (Brommer)
(collectively, the defendants). Carlisle and Sitra run
self-described investor relations services from their
homes. Brommer is an investment adviser registered
with the Commission. The Commission's Complaint
charges the defendants with illegally "touting" and
"scalping" securities in violation of the federal
Its becoming more & more common. 3 instances that I am aware of are BH and RARE and LLNW.
BH, the CEO is contractually obligated to spend 40% of his bonus on buying common shares in the open market.
At RARE, they grant them options based on how many shares they bought in the open market. And LLNW gives them 20% free shares for buying in the open market.
You don't know these things if you don't spend time reading the 10k and proxy and I haven't done that here. I was just asking if anyone else has.
Ive been following insiders for 30+ years. These plans are good compared to the outright gifting of shares at many companies but it can dilute the value of open market buying.
So I just asked, thinking someone might actually know one way or the other.
yahoo is full of cheerleaders. The lack of answer shows that.
LLNW....insiders were buying in via an incentive program that also garners them restricted shares equal to 20% of their purchase amount
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