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By testing, April 10, 2017

There is a stock I would like reviewed and I don’t think I know how to send it on the web site. It is up about 200% since I took a position within the last 10 days. It is a techno medical stock that will enable the POC (point of contact) analysis to test whether the patient that thinks is having a heart attack or might have had a heart attack can use the hand held device to make the proper diagnosis within 3 minutes by measuring the markers of the enzymes by taking a pinprick of blood and putting it on a chip (lab on chip) into the handheld device. There are no other such products that are on the market and it is patented. An ambulance driver to the patient himself can operate it. It is based on nano magnetic technology. At the beginning of 2017 the volume was around one thousand shares a day and now it is over 3,000,000 and increasing. It has been up 22 days in a row. http://www.zenosense.com

The name of the company is Zenosence and the symbol is ZENO.

Thank you very much for your best effort.

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iamelliott
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iamelliott
April 11, 2017 4:36 pm

Yes, how do we ask about stocks/companies that look attractive? I saw an NHL game where the refs were wearing helmet cams which provided a unique point of view. The company has patents and a contract with the NHL for starters, and is looking to expand. Looks like good possibilities, but I don’t know much about analysis. The company is called BRK Inc., (BRKK) and the product is called a “refCAM”.

Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
April 11, 2017 10:53 pm
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I’d start by looking at the size of the contract and the financial impact. Haven’t heard of or looked at that company’s financials, but I’d be careful because such sports or entertainment-themed ideas are often penny stock pump-and-dump schemes…. that doesn’t sound at first blush like a unique technology, since anyone can wear a camera.

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John Boudreaux
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April 12, 2017 12:05 pm

JBinSC

John Boudreaux
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April 12, 2017 12:16 pm

Zonosence doesn’t sound like a good investment to me. Unless Travis sees it another way.

Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
April 12, 2017 12:37 pm

Just taking a quick look, Zenosense appears to be a pump-and-dump stock. Nothing in the financials makes it look like a real company, they have spent only a couple hundred thousand dollars on R&D over the past three years, have never generated any revenue in six years, and the stock has had a couple occasions where it has gone up and then back down in almost a straight line. That’s not a good sign of a stock that’s trading for any fundamental reason, and since it’s a tiny little $20 million market cap even after the huge run this year, that makes it very likely, even without having searched for the promotion campaigns or the stories about it, that it’s a stock that has spiked higher because of a paid promotion campaign that gets folks jazzed up just in time for the promoters and their backers, who usually hide offshore, to sell.

Being subject of a paid promotion does not make the stock evil, and it’s not impossible that there could be a real business hiding in there somewhere, but in my experience, the vast majority of the time, there is no “real” business — it’s just a shell that promoters can use to generate trading action and take profits from the folks who buy into the promoted story. If you’ve seen a recommendation to buy it somewhere, look down in the fine print — if it says they were paid $5,000 (or whatever) by some third party to cover or promote or “provide investor relations” for the stock, then the prudent course is usually to just ignore the stock. These can look like enticing stories because the promoters can drive the shares up pretty quickly sometimes, even if there’s no “there” there, but since you don’t know when the pumpers are going to dump their shares, you can’t know when the bottom will fall out.

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subash
April 14, 2017 11:36 am

How about Spectrum Pharma, SPPI, three phase 2 & 3 big Drugs and six approved drugs and lot of cash for drug approval.

Is SPPI more than double from here ?

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