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Another pitch from Crowdability claiming outlindish 2840% profits per trade using their ”prime profit calendar system” Any idea what it is? It is based on a ”400 year old Dutch document”, any idea what this magical document could be? The pitch is described here: https://www.crowdability.com/article/417-year-old-document-holds-key-to-13233-profits#.XQrBJy2ZMnc

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On Digging into Teeka Tiwari's "Genesis" -- What are the "Three Must-Own Stocks that Will Power Blockchain’s 295,000% Revolution"

Look up this self-proclaimed "Wall St. Legend" Teeka Tiwari in the FINRA broker database. Interesting reading.[...]

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On Delta Report

Stock Gumshoe to the rescue again! Thank you for your detailed review. This huckster is advertising on Instagram now. I was almost taken in because he is claiming to give his secrets away for just $1 then you will be subscribed to his new research service [...]

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On Friday File: Panic in the time of Purell

Bought some Clorox (CLX) yesterday. Its a good stock regardless of the corona scare, but I have a feeling its going to do well the next few months.Has a decent 2.4% dividend yield.[...]

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On Are the Fool's "FAZER" stocks "The Next FAANG?"

I also was sceptical about Zoom thinking what is the difference between Skype, Facetime, etc. However, about 3 weeks ago I was on a 200+ person video conference call during which the host was presenting power point slides and had a video stream of himself [...]

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On Microblog: What is the "Pot Startup Alert: Turn $500 into $124,120" that Crowdability is pushing

I was also looking for this answer. Usually Crowdability touts a private company that is raising money on the crowdfunding sites (wefunder, republic, seedinvest) so I checked those sites but could not find a company that fits this description. It must be o[...]

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On Recent Comments: Responses and Reflections

A little off topic, but has anyone joined KSS's new service once he stopped writing here? It seems pricey and am wondering if its worth it. Thanks.[...]

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On "1+1=4" and "The Universal Cancer Cure" -- What's Stansberry's Dave Lashmet talking about in his latest ads?

David Lashmet. The name brings back bad memories. Back to about 17 years ago. I was younger, and far more naive. The days before the Gumshoe was here to help us out. I used to subscribe to Stansberry's newsletter and he was hyping up a stock that he claime[...]

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On Sniffing out "America’s Top 4 Marijuana Moonshot Stocks"

One marijuana "moonshot" I've taken a flyer on recently is Sproutly (OTC: SRUTF). I found out about this company after deducing its name from an email James Altucher was hyping up for his Marijuana stock newsletter. Sproutly has figured out a way to extra[...]

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On 25 Cent Trader

So what is the special thing about placing the trades at 10am? What is Nomi Prins methodology behind her trades?[...]

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On Microblog: Crowdability's "Prime Profit Calendar"

I figured it out. The company is InnaMed, a private company that you can invest in on Republic.io. Now I realize, when you get a pitch from Crowdability about some company about to moonshoot just go to the websites that specialize in these private offering[...]

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On Early-Stage Playbook

Another thing I realized. When you get a pitch from Crowdability about some company about to moonshoot just go to the websites that specialize in these private offerings (Republic, Wefunder, Seedinvest, etc) and you will see whatever company they are pitch[...]

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On Microblog: what is george gilder's moonshot stock using AI and crypto blockchain security?

Gilder's name brings back fond memories. In the 90's I did very well subscribing to his newsletter. Literally every stock pick of his would moonshot (Qualcomm, JDS Uniphase, Broadcom). Was it a function of him being correct about the underlying technology [...]

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On Microblog: Crowdability's "Prime Profit Calendar"

During the presentation they also tease a big trade using their prime profit calendar. This company is being called "the real theranos" and apparently offers an at home blood testing kit that is up for FDA approval. Potential gain of 13,233% (!!) with this[...]

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On Microblog: Option Rocket

I fell for the slick marketing and subscribed to Kyle Dennis' biotech stock picking service. It was useless because on such thinly floated stocks his picks would shoot the price up and I could never get in on the same price he could. In retrospect, it was [...]

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On Can you really "Buy Lyft Stock Before the $23 Billion IPO?"

I pieced the clues together on that one. The company they are touting is Neptune Wellness Solutions (NEPT)[...]

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On Early-Stage Playbook

Majority of these will be losers simply because the large vc firms passed on these deeming them losers. I have yet to hear about 1 crowd funded company going to IPO or even being bought out at a massive payout.[...]

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On Teased as "The Safest Way to Profit From The 'Marijuana Gold Rush'"

The thing that makes this investment potentially worth looking into is that Perceptive Advisors owns about 8.8 million shares, according to the latest 13G filing. Perceptive has a good track record.[...]

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On Microblog: DISCUSSION PAGE FOR $APTO

$APTO. CG'806 is going to get positive publicity at AACR on April 15 2018 with this abstract: http://www.abstractsonline.com/pp8/#!/4562/presentation/6546[...]

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On Biotech Discussion... continued

Good to know Roger. Never heard about her. Either the FDA has been hoodwinked and this company is essentially committing fraud or the shortsellers are just spreading confusion for their benefit.[...]

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On Biotech Discussion... continued

$PTI. I'm out with a small profit; just as you stated too risky in this environment. Don't know if FUD or legitimate, but who are you going to trust? The FDA who stringently reviews the data of every study or parasites like Kerrisdale? Also this blogger Ju[...]

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