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By Anonymous Questions, October 5, 2015

This small firm (no longer listed) had lots of potential in the graphene area, so I bought some shares. Later a BDC using apparently legal machinations, had it absorbed into another company and the outside stockholders were forced (no choice) to sell their stock for a very little appreciation.
If this is legal, why would any small investor want to bother risking money on something that has potential, when, if it does, he/she will be forced out of the game?

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I allso had stock in GTI and lost over $1000.00 . The SEC ok’d the buyout saying it was best for the company and stock holders. I beleive their was somthing veary croked about this whole deal. I wish I saved some of the articles about this company when they elected the guy to the board of directors who was part of the company that bought out GTI. I wish I knew more about how all this works but I’m very new at this. I do feel like I was cheated and GTI board of Directors sold us out.
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