Alexander Green says you can retire on a $3.00 stock

By dada471164, July 11, 2018

Alexander Green of the Oxford Club is touting a $3.00 stock to retire on that has patents up the ying yang. It’s a tech company. Let’s see if we can figure this one out.

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mikewnst
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what is the company?

Chris Joel Kamerschen
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Chris Joel Kamerschen

It’s Foxconn … checks all the boxes and the descriptive rhetoric is simpatico.

Mike
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Mike

When I looked up Foxconn it was selling at $75.20 today so that does not match.

David
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David

Foxconn Technology Ltd.
2354-TW 75.20 Taiwan Dollars
Taiwan Exchange
75.20 Taiwan Dollar = $2.45 USD
Taiwan $ .033 to $1.00 U.S. Dollar

James
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James

The 75.20 is in $TW = about 0.03 $US.

morsejc
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HNHPF HONG HAI PRECISION TRADING AS FOXCOM 2 SHARES PER UNIT ON OTC

John Mackenzie
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Not that I doubt you, but how do you figure 2 shares per unit on OTC?

jjc
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is this the stock Green is talking about

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catherine
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catherine

$HNHPF jjc, it often helps to scan the following comments, especially to see if you can find your answer. Yes, this is the stock.

Travis reported on it July 16, and gave a link to his writeup a few inches further down in this thread:
https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/oxford-club/alex-greens-single-stock-retirement-plan/

FYI, it went up about 25 cents after Green’s pitch, is down to about where it was mid-July.

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thisisdany
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HNHPF doesn’t seem to be trading, I could see HNHPD from OTC is active. Not sure which one is the correct ticker.

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Sara J
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THE SYMBOL THAT ALEX GREEN TOUTED IS HNHAF NOT HNHPF.
HNHAF WAS TRADING AT $2.47+ TODAY.
ALEX GREEN EMPHASIZED THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THESE TWO STOCKS BECAUSE THE “THREE DOLLAR STOCK” IS THE SO-CALLED “RETIREMENT” STOCK.

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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
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The two are exactly the same company, it’s just that HNHAF equals one share in Taiwan, HNHPF/D represents two shares. Both trade in probably reasonable enough volume for small investors OTC in the US.

Cathleen
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Cathleen

$4.515/SH today.

John Mackenzie
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Definitely looks like Foxconn to me, too. Green says it’s trading under a different name. It is –
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd. (HNHPF) . My question is, Why is it trading for about $5.50 in the States while it’s trading for about 75 Taiwanese dollars in Taiwan? 75 Taiwanese dollars equals about 2.45 US dollars.

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Bill
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Forget Foxconn/HNHPF @ $3.00 a share and put your money to work with the type returns they talk about, only QTMM is in the .03 – .04 cents range. Yes QTMM will be Quite The Money Maker! Buy 1 (one) HNHPF share or 75 QTMM shares for what could be far better returns on your investment. Why buy Quantum Materials Corp.? Timing is everything and now is the time because Quantum Dots by Quantum Materials Corp. is the future in TV’s, displays, lighting, Biomed, Anti-counterfeiting and the biggest money maker will be solar. Do your research and DD on the… Read more Β»

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Rose
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This post sounds suspiciously spamming.

bloomingrose
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I wonder if this guy is commissioned to sell that stock.

jvsaputo7
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The ticker is HNHAF in Taiwan and it is about $2.80. I am absolutely sure because I bought the report. Since I also bought the stock it has lost about 15%. I am about ready to sell out but keep in mind it is foreign and there is a charge that is expensive get in and get out, C. Schwab charges a com. a fee of $100 in each direction. You are required to buy in 1000 share lots. So far a real loser and even if in the end and it turns around and he is right why not… Read more Β»

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palladin
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The Bio for the HNHAF founder matches the Bio they give in the story.

I was able to buy small quantities (like 42) with Etrade. (Its an Inherited IRA (so no money can be added) , but I Had some cash (from dividends) sitting around). The only cost was the $5 commission. (I did need to explicitly set a “limit order” in order for it to go through). So far I’m down between 2-5%.

I also tried with FirstTrade, but they would not allow me to buy it.

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Curious
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How did you get the stock on e-trade, won’t let me buy OTC

John
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John

He said to buy the stock for retirement, how old are you?

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James
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James

I bought HNHPD on Friday at 4.54 and its 4.70 today. Its the same company, Foxconn.

jet1200
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Remember he indicated that this stock will go up and down. He indicated this is a buy and hold stock, buy it and forget about it.

casey
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i find this amusing that this company has 29000 patents, multiple huge tech companies with billion dollar contracts as clients, but is only a $3 stock.. not sure the share holders would go along with that scenario

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Chris Joel Kamerschen
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Chris Joel Kamerschen

Foxconn .. one billion shares out and 3.x market cap = 3/sh ..

casey
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didn’t think about it that way duh? I got the Trump idea and the Apple but the share price was taking me in a different direction…..

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casey
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Belkin international is my guess but i can’t find any related ticker for the secret company

Chris Joel Kamerschen
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Chris Joel Kamerschen

Belkin and Nokia and Foxconn are all joined at the hip.

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JTSween
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Foxconn Just bought Belkin in March.

casey
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then i’m stumped on this one…..would like to know the ticker to some DD on it but he is just vague enough in is piece to make it tough

Chris Joel Kamerschen
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Chris Joel Kamerschen

Good answer JTSween … I came to the same conclusion .. Foxconn is the mystery company.

mikewnst
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? ticker ? and how arrive at a $3.00 stock?

iPhone manufacturer Foxconn buys Belkin for $866M. Belkin, Wemo and Linksys have been bought by Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics maker best known for assembling iPhones. Foxconn, the company best known for assembling iPhones, said Monday it has bought accessory maker Belkin in a deal worth $866 million.Mar 26, 2018
Belkin bought by iPhone manufacturer Foxconn – CNET
https://www.cnet.com/news/iphone-maker-foxconn-buys-belkin-for-866m/..

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Mike
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Mike

I just looked up in US stocks and I believe its fxcof on the nasdaq

John Mackenzie
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It’s HNHPF.

William
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William

What’s the secret 3 dollar stock recommended by the Oxford Club?

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deepvo
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Hello Gumshoe. Could you please try to find out as to which stock Alexander Green is teasing in his “Single Stock Retirement Plan”?
He is touting a $3 stock company that is a titan in the tech sector.

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mjs499
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this is interesting– big news in WI with building big new plant- got state to kick in huge $ to build here- maybe this is worthy of thinkolator?? why is it so cheap and why would it go up ?? is FXCOF right symbol for sure? [ seems right}

casey
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Foxconn is not traded on the US stock exchange. Taiwan identifier is 2354.tw says 75.20 in Taiwan currency exchange rate means that is $2.46 in US money. Check with brokerage some do hot allow foreign exchange trading and most seem to have an extra charge for this service.

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debbiep
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Does anyone knows the abriviation for that company that Alexander Green talks about ?

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John Mackenzie
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It’s HNHPF. I wouldn’t jump in right away as HNHPF is trading higher than its equivalent in Taiwan.

catherine
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$HNHPF
I wondered about the price difference as well. Fortunately Travis covers this one today, and explains you get 2 shares at the OTC price. (It’s about 1/2 way through his analysis)

John Mackenzie
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Thanks, Catherine, but where do I find Travis’ analysis?

catherine
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$HNHPF
Good point, John, I wasn’t thinking about that.
If you go to “Articles” at the top left of the page, it’s currently the first one listed. But for anyone reading in the future, it’s the July 16, 2018 article.

Charles R Hicks
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Charles R Hicks

its last price was 2.35
HNHPF

Omar Elgusbi
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Omar Elgusbi

If I’m interesting, how I buy this company share?

John Mackenzie
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I wonder why Foxconn’s (2354.TW) and Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd’s. (HNHPF) statistics don’t match up.

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/2354.TW/key-statistics?p=2354.TW

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/HNHPF/key-statistics?p=HNHPF

casey
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So Hon Hai (foxconn) makes roughly 40% of all electronics and is #4 largest in the Tech corporation world…Last year the company made 158 billion
stock is only $5 USA?

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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
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The $158 billion number is for revenue, not profits, it’s a very low margin business as Apple and other major customers pressure them on costs. Profit last year was under $4.5 billion. It’s a very large company, market cap near $50 billion, but not all large companies have high per-share prices — the per share price depends on how many shares they have, and many companies try to keep their share price low to attract investors or just because it’s customary in the market where they trade. Plenty of Asian and Australian large cap stocks, in particular, look like “penny… Read more Β»

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jjc
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Concerning FXCOF It appears at this time this stock is a grey stock and my broker couldn’t give me a price, I think this stock and HNHPF are one and the same …but I am not sure. I read that FXCOF is opening a new plant in Wisconsin.

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jjc
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I have also read that Foxconn Technology Co, Belkin Intl and Nokia are all joined at the hip

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jjc
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it is on the Grey Market not OTC

Andrew
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Andrew

If this club has to have this ANNOYING ENDLESS infomercial to join them, it is about membership, not about a stock. If it is too good to be true beware. What would a 75/shr trading co also have a “penny stock”. Please explain?

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DeeBee
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Amen to the ANNOYING ENDLESS informercials. I have deleted all of this type blabber that only wants you to pay. Can do as good on my own.

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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
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Covered this one in an article more recently here, if you want more detail: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/oxford-club/alex-greens-single-stock-retirement-plan/

jjc
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taiwan exchange rate versus us is
taiwan 30.5798 = 1 US
so 30.5798 X 5.50 us = 168.1889

John Mackenzie
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Each US ADR is worth two shares of the stock that trades in Taiwan. The price of 2354.TW, the stock symbol for Foxconn in Taiwan, is currently $76.40. So if you take 168.1889 and divide it by 2, you get 84.09445, which means that the US price is higher here than in Taiwan. 76.4 divided by 30.5798 = $2.5 (rounded) times 2 = $5 so today’s price for HNHPF is $.59 higher than its equivalent in Taiwan. For the US ADR to be equivalent to the price on the Taiwan exchange, it would have to be $5 at this time.

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John Mackenzie
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In the attempt to clarify, the Taiwan price of $76.40 is lower than 84.09445 which would be the equivalent of the $5.59 that it trades for here. Remember, each US ADR is worth two shares of Foxconn Technology Co., Ltd. (2354.TW).

George
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George

The conversion from Taiwan Dollar (NT$) is>>>>> NT$ 30.8: USD 1.0
In doing the math: NT$76.40 / 30.8 = $2.48 (USD)
Not sure where the 168.1889 number is coming from and why divide it by two? How did you figure each share purchased in the USA is equal to two shares traded in Taiwan? I’m not being critical, just want to understand apparently what I’m not seeing. Thank you!

Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
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That’s some very old data now, from last summer — he was starting with the US ADR price and figuring out what share price that would represent in Taiwan, and found that US$5.50 was the equivalent of TW$168. Each US ADR represents two shares in Taiwan, so he cut it in half to get the ~TW$84 number. The exchange rate has changed, as you note, and the price has as well. The stock ticker in Taiwan is actually 2317, not 2354 (that’s a related company that trades at a different but similar price, so there’s sometimes confusion), so Hon Hai… Read more Β»

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dnote
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So does anyone know of the secret stock Alex Green is talking about for sure? As in they have no doubt that it is the stock.

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David
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Alex Green is getting wealthy on the hundreds he’s scamming from us for those useless subscriptions!

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