Secondary spike today, doesn't have the same momo as it did. As time goes by traders will forget about this micro-turd and move on. I'm looking for $2.50 more down before I cover. Today's dead cat bounce means nothing in the long run.
I watched it too but was not impressed. It was just another pump job which ICLD paid for. You see, ICLD would never had been on the video if they had not PAID for it. And also, "Redchip TV" would never have been on Fox or Bloomberg if they had not paid for it. This is nothing but a pump job to achieve a price for ICLD that its fundamentals and performance could never attain. When you have to pay a pumping company to get the price of your stock up, BUYER BEWARE!!!!!!
Look at the funny little man with the cheap bowtie and ask yourself, "Would I buy a used car from this guy?"
Looks like a bunch of folks bought a pig in a poke.
I have no position in GERN at the present time, but it should be pointed out that Mr. Scarlett has been known to over exaggerate. In other words, he's known as a Bullshi**er.
No, pumpers can't do it alone. They need fools like you to buy their scam. And you DID!!!
In a few days you'll realize the fool you've been taken for.
Today's buyers got trapped paying an incredibly high price for an incredibly bad company.
Really folks, this junk is worth about $1.50 -$2 at BEST. A month ago it was doing a daily volume of less than 20K and selling around 2 bucks. Only scam artists pumped it up and stole the sheep's money.
No position right now. I shorted heavily last thurs and covered next day on Friday. Already made a killing in this trash, now I'm just trying to help you helpess people stuck with losses.
Like I was saying....buy a few shares of GERN and get a free medical degree. amazing how fast you future bagholders become experts in the field of medical research.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but I've been shorting these pops for many years. Always the same ole bagholders suddenly becoming medical science experts with the purchase of a few hundred shares of a cheap bio stock.
The gambling business just isn't what it used to be. It costs a fortune to maintain all those lavish casinos.