Is he having fun yet ?
BLGO is down over 99% in 13 years. BLUU is down about 74% in a few months.
What idiots would buy them in the open market ?
Both are as close to "sure things" as one can find in the stock market.
99.9% chance both will decline big.
I spilled the beans on him and the scam company he was pumping. He got sanctioned by the SEC and the great while marine president went to prison. It was a total fraud of a company. Much like BLUU.
Why would anyone buy his pump & dump 3 cent scam stock ?
Any idiot can see them for the pump & dumpers they are.
me ? Im a professional investor. I expose scams for fun.
And he seems proud of himself.
Anyone that bought has lost 74.6% listening to this shameless criminal paid tout.
Funny how they don't mention why the stock keeps diving.
Its really simply supply & demand. Sitra sells shares at 1-2 cents so its guaranteed profit for everyone except the bagholder who pays retail.
BLUU exists to sell worthless shares to suckers.
You don't pump MHCC like the others.
One scam can be an accident. 2= a criminal tout.
In the meantime, he continues to pump & dump just like his daddy taught him.
This stock will be worthless within 5 years, probably lots sooner.
“Sitra published favorable promotional information about Great White in exchange for cash and stock. Sitra spoke glowingly about Great White and encouraged investors to purchase its stock, while never disclosing his compensation arrangement with it. Sitra took advantage of the market interest his promotions created and sold his stock into the market contrary to his recommendations.”
“Sitra was permanently enjoined from violations of Sections 17(a) and (b) of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5 thereunder. Sitra was ordered to pay disgorgement and prejudgment interest of $12,767 and a civil money penalty of $12,767.”
SEC Targets Promoters For Online Stock Fraud
SEC vs. Darin Spencer Ruebel; SEC vs. Anita Carlisle, Carlisle Communications, J. Scott Sitra, Sitra Enterprises Inc., JAFLC Capital Management, Jeffrey Brommer, Investments 101 Ltd