Stock promotion is serious business and commonplace in the SmallCap arena, but it is a necessary demon for the undercapitalized companies to market themselves and attract more investors. Stocks using this usually effective method are trying to expand their investor base and ramp up volume, but don’t fall in love with all the bells and whistles because one thing for sure… they are almost always short-lived. It’s just simple market correction that’s all… you can’t expect a stock to gain 50 percent one day and not give any back the next. The best move is to buy early (i.e. when you first receive the promo e-mail) or not at all because after a couple of hours most of the buying is done anyway and the price usually dips back down.
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