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yogalad_returned 30 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 15, 2015 3:23 PM Member since: May 11, 2007
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  • yogalad_returned by yogalad_returned Jan 15, 2015 3:23 PM Flag

    ARACLE still has 1,217,000 shares left to sell. The trick to moving a lot of stock in a low volume situation is to sell a large slug of stock at the open and take out the bids down to -10%. Then back off and let the bid come back (sort of).

    Then rinse and repeat the next day.

    By the time they're done JOB will be 20 cents.

  • Reply to

    Nice explosion to squeeze shorts

    by scorcher41 Jan 15, 2015 10:18 AM
    yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Jan 15, 2015 10:45 AM Flag

    Oops, wrong board! That was for OBCI !! lol

    As for KONE I just shorted this one today for the first time.

    11,750 @ 5.25

  • Reply to

    Nice explosion to squeeze shorts

    by scorcher41 Jan 15, 2015 10:18 AM
    yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Jan 15, 2015 10:43 AM Flag

    Really really tasty!! We shorted this a few months ago on the ebola scam and we're doing it again!

    Talk about a BS announcement today, they could give us their revenues but nothing about earnings. Wonder why that is?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • JOB Longs: Aracle Fund just turned a $500,000 investment into $4.5M in less than a year all thanks to you guys. Because you were so willing to buy the 3.75M twenty-cent shares they were flipping for $1.20. Why that is sooo gol' darn' generous of you!! What are they, like, your uncle?? Did some penny-stock website talk you into this? Inquiring minds want to know.

    They've been selling hand over fist up to the peak of the pump and dump and this second 13-SC outlines how theynow own less than 5% of the outstanding shares. What this means is no more peskyreporting trades for that last 4.5%. They were heavy sellers yesterday and they're going to sell aggressively before the bagholders they already sold to (up to 1.75) really begin to panic and bail. Next SC-13 you'll see is that they own zero shares.

    In the meantime we're gonna need a lot more bagholders to step up and lighten the bags of those holders who've gallantly served and already lost so much. People, let's spread the pain around. Everyone can get to have a share.

    http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/40570/000114420415001989/v398681_sc13ga.htm

    'Background:

    As previously reported, on March 31st, 2014 the Fund entered into a securities purchase agreement with the Company whereby the Fund purchased an aggregate of 2,375,000 shares of Common Stock and 1,187,500 Warrants from the Company for an aggregate purchase price of $475,000.

    This Schedule 13G/A is being filed to reflect the change in beneficial ownership by the Fund from 8.29% down to 4.52%. After the selling of shares and the exercise of Warrants, the Reporting Persons ownership dropped below 5%.'

  • yogalad_returned by yogalad_returned Jan 14, 2015 1:55 AM Flag

    http://ycharts.com/companies/RDNT/liabilities.

    Barely breaking even they need to sell a $200M Shelf if they hope to pay any of this back. Queue the dilution!

  • yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Jan 13, 2015 2:08 PM Flag

    Btw- It went into Effect on Friday Jan 8, 2015 which probably accounts for the heavy selling today.

    $200,000,000 is an awfully large sum . . . .

  • http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/790526/000161577414000542/s100586_s3.htm

    Shelf Offerings are the worst way to raise capital since it means new shares gets sold directly into the marketplace to existing buyers as opposed to a secondary offering which raises money from new accredited (ie- funds) investors.

    At the current price of 8.00 that amounts to 25,000,000 shares that could be sold. Of course they'll never sell a tenth of that without demolishing the share price first.

  • Reply to

    Must be a reason

    by waranya777 Jan 6, 2015 3:01 AM
    yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Jan 13, 2015 1:53 PM Flag

    'Must be a reason'?

    You really don't get it. There certainly is a reason: These are option awards the insiders get from a company that's diluting away the value of your shares.

    Meanwhile in the real world insiders have used their options to sell a total of 175,000 shares since last summer. Not a single purchase.

  • Reply to

    GTSO is worthless

    by djhmk4 Nov 4, 2014 3:35 PM
    yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Jan 12, 2015 10:39 AM Flag

    I shorted this when it was the Rare Earths scam, I shorted it when it was the Gold scam. How did I miss the Chilean and phone recycling scams? lol

    More amazing is how the SEC does nothing about this. The guy running it is amassing millions by create
    'new companies' with 'deals' with 'outside' companies that involve GTSO purchasing their 'assets' in exchange for very real convertible-to-.01c-shares debt. They 'fail to pay', the debt gets converted to stock and the number of shares balloons. Eventually when they've stolen all they could they close down the latest scam, do another 300:1 reverse split, and then relaunch as a 'new' company ready to dilute to nothing a new batch of marks.

    Welcome to the stock market!

  • yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Jan 9, 2015 1:35 PM Flag

    No doubt today would be a good idea to ask yourself why you're paying 6x what the shares sold for last month. Two POS companies merged just means One POS company will remain. There's nothing positive about this.

  • yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Jan 6, 2015 5:27 AM Flag

    This information about the 20c share price unsurprisingly got left out of yesterday's Press Release announcing the merger would go ahead. Instead you'd have to go to the SEC website to find the actual details. Fortunately someone has and provided a link.

    http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/40570/000119312515000667/d845123dpre14c.htm

  • How does it feel when you discover that the company who's stock you're paying 1.50 for announces they're buying another company and issuing them new shares priced at, what, 20c each??

    To buy Scribe for $6.4M 'the Company (JOB) will issue 640,000 shares of Preferred Stock which is initially convertible into 32,000,000 shares of Common Stock and a warrant to purchase up to 6,350,000 shares of Common Stock at a purchase price of $0.20 per common share.'

    Assuming they'll convert the warrants (who wouldn't with an immediate gain of 700% priced in!!!) that's a total of 38,350,000 new shares.

    JOB currently has 26,000,000 shares so this is 150% dilutive.

    But the really hair-raising number is the difference between what Scribe is valuing JOB shares at - 20c - and what the market is valuing JOB at - 1.50+ per share. Under the current share price JOB is paying the equivalent of $57.5M for a $6.4M company!!

    Clearly something is seriously out of whack if they can't find a bigger more profitable company to buy with that many shares. That's because to other businesses JOB shares have about as much value right now as Monopoly money.

  • yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Dec 2, 2014 10:03 PM Flag

    Or not. And that's not even considering the near impossible hurdle of getting Republicans to spend money on an Obama initiative.

    *************************

    Police Body Cameras Are Already Facing Police Skeptics

    Money from Obama’s funding pledge helps, but it only goes so far if police departments are reluctant to adopt the new technology.

    BY DUSTIN VOLZ

    December 2, 2014 President Obama on Monday answered a call from Michael Brown's family to "ensure that every police officer working the streets in this country wears a body camera."

    Realizing that dream, however, won't be easy. Obama's plan, if it can earn congressional approval, would help pay for up to 50,000 body cameras nationwide—almost doubling the number currently deployed—by doling out $75 million in matching funds to local and state police departments over three years, to cover purchasing costs up to 50 percent.

    But it's not just about money. A number of local police departments remain hesitant—if not downright skeptical—about body cameras, despite growing public demand and research that suggests positive benefits.

  • While TASR bulls are over the moon with Obama's announcement that he's requesting $75M in funding over the next 3 years for police cameras let's not count our chickens just yet. The eggs, that is the funding, has to be hatched by a bitterly anti-Obama Republican Congress; both the House and Senate.

    Considering these cameras are being pushed by police reform advocates, ie- liberals, via another executive order from a very unpopular Democratic president . . . . . what are the odds Obama gets his way? 5%? Too generous . . . 2%?

    Then in the unlikely event that ever occurs the 50 states would be required to put up the other half of the funding. With most states now GOP controlled, and the police not wanting them, how likely are the statehouses going to fund these expensive cameras? Shall we just stipulate that it's about as likely as them getting behind issuing drivers licenses to undocumented aliens.

    .

    'Obama's $75 million program, which still requires congressional approval, would seek to ease the financial burden of outfitting police officers with cameras by providing a 50 percent funding match to states and localities that decide to participate. (Individual cameras cost between $300 and $400, on top of which are the costs associated with storing and maintaining the data recorded by the devices.) But with no ability to compel local police departments to get behind this move, the administration must simply hope that enough law enforcement volunteers are willing to join the program.'

  • DGLY bulls are over the moon with Obama's announcement that he's requesting $75M in funding over the next 3 years for police cameras but let's not count our chickens just yet. The eggs, that is the funding, has to be hatched by a bitterly anti-Obama Republican Congress; both the House and Senate.

    Considering these cameras are being pushed by police reform advocates, ie- liberals, via another executive order from a very unpopular Democratic president . . . . . what are the odds Obama gets his way? 5%? Too generous . . . 2%?

    Then in the unlikely event that ever occurs the 50 states would be required to put up the other half of the funding. With most states now GOP controlled, and the police not wanting them, how likely are the statehouses going to fund these expensive cameras? Shall we just stipulate that it's about as likely as them getting behind issuing drivers licenses to undocumented aliens.

    .

    'Obama's $75 million program, which still requires congressional approval, would seek to ease the financial burden of outfitting police officers with cameras by providing a 50 percent funding match to states and localities that decide to participate. (Individual cameras cost between $300 and $400, on top of which are the costs associated with storing and maintaining the data recorded by the devices.) But with no ability to compel local police departments to get behind this move, the administration must simply hope that enough law enforcement volunteers are willing to join the program.'

  • Reply to

    Great Quarter

    by whisperingpines1962 Nov 7, 2014 9:40 AM
    yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Nov 11, 2014 12:36 AM Flag

    So 'Great' Zacks just downgraded FARM to 'Sell'.

    If you were really buying shares for your account I'd think you were plain dumb but I've a pretty good idea what you're really trying to do is encourage others to either hold, or buy more shares now which is just cynical.

  • Reply to

    Great Quarter

    by whisperingpines1962 Nov 7, 2014 9:40 AM
    yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Nov 10, 2014 12:25 PM Flag

    And even more 'wonderful' (ie- lower) buying prices ahead!

    16c annualized equals 64c. With a PE of 15 FARM is worth at least 9.60/share.

  • Reply to

    Great Quarter

    by whisperingpines1962 Nov 7, 2014 9:40 AM
    yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Nov 7, 2014 10:42 AM Flag

    Down 9% already and you're only capable of posting the same thing over and over again.

    Wake up and smell the coffee! lol

  • Reply to

    Two Floaters in One Bowl

    by yogalad_returned Nov 6, 2014 6:50 PM
    yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Nov 6, 2014 7:07 PM Flag

    Funny how Yahoo censors me

  • Reply to

    Two Floaters in One Bowl

    by yogalad_returned Nov 6, 2014 6:50 PM
    yogalad_returned yogalad_returned Nov 6, 2014 7:06 PM Flag

    How come you don't get censored by Yahoo?

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