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  • Best Penny Stock Newsletter [View instapost]
    100% Bunk. These guys are paid to pick a stock. This is a Google link article, that's all.

    They research and look out for good companies? Nope. Their disclaimer says they are paid to publicize. So, that's a lie.

    Their newsletter is "comprehensive, well researched resource for investors interested in penny stocks"? Nope. Their disclaimer says they do no research and rely on the company to provide that.
    Another lie.

    "constantly on the lookout for pump-and-dump operations"? They are one.

    I guess when you're not intelligent enough, you have to lie to make a living.
    Nov 5 05:00 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Investor's Alert On Hot Penny Stocks: DROP, SMAK, XDSL, AHFD [View instapost]
    100% Bunk. These guys are paid to pick a stock. This is a Google link article, that's all.

    They research and look out for good companies? Nope. Their disclaimer says they are paid to publicize. So, that's a lie.

    Their newsletter is "comprehensive, well researched resource for investors interested in penny stocks"? Nope. Their disclaimer says they do no research and rely on the company to provide that.
    Another lie.

    "constantly on the lookout for pump-and-dump operations"? They are one.
    Nov 5 04:41 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Magal Security: An Undervalued Play On Security Spending [View article]
    Nice article and summation. We profiled MAGS for our readers back in early February around $4.

    You have great timing regarding a pullback, or at least some volatility. Today it traded from a high of $6.14 to a low of $5.40. The one and five-day chart look like an old wooden roller coaster.

    Still, there's room to go. We posted a mid/long-term price target of $7-$8. Definitely possible with their entry into new markets, better margins and recent contract wins being announced almost daily. Maybe long-term was too pessimistic.

    Thanks again.
    Apr 18 06:11 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Snap Interactive: Facebook's Fast Growing And Most Undervalued Social Media Company [View article]
    Alpha:

    If you would care to take 10 second before throwing accusations, you'd know that we are never paid and never have been paid to profile any stock. Never. We also do not own any stocks we profile. Period.

    We try to find two types of companies... longer-term growth stories and excellent undervalued momentum plays like this one. Another one that moved fast was XPO just days after we profiled it, or SIFY, up from 2.88 to over 8.00 in less than two months. A long-term example? ZAGG profiled at $3.13.

    This just fit what we are looking for. A little luck in timing helped!
    Feb 1 11:19 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    Thank you again.

    As mentioned before (several times), I am not hoping for a collapse. I do not even wish to see a recession. This is just a warning of what could happen if things fall into place.

    The pace of real estate devaluation in China is many times the rate the US had, even at its worst. Again, I am not predicting anything. This article was written to warn others of the risks. Many investors have not heard of many things mentioned. Beijing itself controls news outlets. When that is the case, history teaches that governments (just like here in the US) paint the best picture possible - and the truth is usually much worse. Not to compare China with the USSR, but many preached that the Soviet Union was fine.

    I do not believe 100% what my government says. I certainly will not believe 100% what those wishing to stay in power in any other country say.
    Nov 19 11:33 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    As mentioned, I do not wish for a collapse. It would be devastating for more than just the people of China.

    People's opinions are well respected?
    If that was the case, Beijing would not have so many journalists (and even bloggers) in jail. Not to mention many that just go missing.
    Nov 19 11:33 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    Thank you for the kind words.

    Nowhere in the article am I predicting a crash. Just putting the pieces together to show it could happen.

    The West is so dependent on China for so many things, just imagine is they fall into just a recession. Really. Just a recession. Perhaps have to sell our Treasuries. Just negative growth in China would almost immediately hurt the US and many others.
    Nov 19 11:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    The shopping mall is still empty. That's not a rehash.
    The 60 million figure is quoted "as high as". Not a known fact.

    The gov't has banned many things. In the US, drugs are illegal. So is insider trading. So, it doesn't happen?
    The copper financing is still happening. The link source is current. If they are correct, a majority of the copper in the past three months is being used for that. The "ban" is just window dressing.
    Firms will get around it. If not copper, something else.

    The last two points? If you're talking about the protests they are still happening. The plant closing was not very recent, but it was a great example and the full story came out. That is rare where the government controls the media.
    Nov 19 11:31 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    New newsletter? Hmm... Since 2004. That's "new"?
    Sensationalist? Again... what was sensationalist. Check my figures. Click the links.

    If you find anything incorrect, let me know.
    Nov 19 04:56 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    India is not a free Democracy. They still have a caste system. If you are in a lower caste, try running for office. Or owning a business. It's only a Democracy if you are from the right family.

    Since there is no upward mobility for millions, the Democracy label is a facade. Worked well enough to fool many. You too?
    Nov 19 04:51 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    The article has been corrected. Thanks for catching that.
    Nov 18 06:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    As mentioned, I have no equity holdings (long or short) and even recommended UTA and GURE before in my newsletter. GURE tripled after that. I write about small-caps and wanted to include a couple in the article. The two ETFs listed were the first two that I saw on SA in bullish articles. That's why I chose those.
    Nov 18 04:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    Democracy or a Democratic Republic form of government is the only style that will work. India may meet your definition of democracy, but not mine. They still wallow in a caste system which prevents economic mobility. Because of that, the lesser people do not have access to the system. You mention Japan and S. Korea. Move any country in Asia into a system like theirs and you will see prosperity. It's the only form of government that works to lift all - if it's done right.

    My point in the article was to bring across the fact that China is not as prosperous as they seem. It's a house of cards that could... could tumble.
    Nov 18 04:20 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    Nope. At this moment, I hold (long or short) zero stocks. Not a single one. Other than mutual funds in a 401(k) type account, I have no positions in equities at all.

    My newsletter actually recommended GURE and UTA a long time ago, that's why I mentioned them. Great stocks at the time, but I would no longer own them now. Too much macro risk. We profiled GURE (then GFRE) in June of 2009 and it tripled.
    Nov 18 04:17 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both? [View article]
    As mentioned, the 33 trapped miners were in Chile, not Peru. Peru did help lead the rescue operation. My mistake.
    Nov 18 03:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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