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This one hit the radar on Friday amongst the carnage in pot stocks. It was one of the few pot stocks up Friday as the sector was getting hit again. I’d recommend going to their investor relations page and listening to both their latest earnings call and August Investor presentation. These are ex-mortgage bankers that […]

Curzio Research Advisory still e-mails me cover letters for their picks, where they don’t disclose their picks. Last month, I think it had to be KSS. I can’t tell for sure because I’ve been locked out of the system since I refused to pay his $35 ”maintenance” fee on my ”lifetime membership” a couple of […]

I went scrounging around trying to find an infrastructure play at a compelling value. PLPC hit my screen. Seems to be unfollowed and ILLIQUID. However they should gain from upgrades to Telco and Utility grids/5g etc. PEG ratio <1, Price close to Book, Pays Divy, low EV/EBITDA. Did I say it’s ILLIQUID? So don’t buying […]

Well I wasted a Sunday lunch sitting through part of a video presentation from the Outsiders club. Couldn’t get to the end but the metal talked about is obviously Uranium. The company that he’s hinting at is AZZUF-Azarga Uranium Corp, I think. Hints were: CEO sold uranium asset for 180 mill–Glenn Catchpole-check Just hire former […]

Well I wasted a Sunday lunch sitting through part of a video presentation from the Outsiders club. Couldn’t get to the end but the metal talked about is obviously Uranium. The company that he’s hinting at is AZZUF-Azarga Uranium Corp, I think. Hints were: CEO sold uranium asset for 180 mill–Glenn Catchpole-check Just hire former […]

Just got another Curzio spam touting a Company “With humble roots in cattle ranching and fruit farming, this company now manages world-class properties… providing leases, utilities, and resort amenities.” It’s supposed to be up 10% in the last few months which leads me to think its Limoneira, although the description seems to match Tejon. Guess […]

Curzio Venture opportunities is out pumping a $1 stock that has an operational mine that could benefit when China cuts off rare earths (He call it NEO) from the US. If China does cut off its supply, then Curzio thinks the price of the NEO could go up. I think he’s pumping Lynas Australian Mt […]

Lombardi letter is out promoting a $.70 Gold Stock with 185 million shares outstanding. Just got this spam today… https://media.lombardiletter.com/products/ExplosiveMineStocks/Landing/index0111.php?dept=LL&sb=EBLAST%5BTRP%5DT&sdate=08042018 It sounds like another thinly veiled regurgitated Midas gold promotion. Maybe not a bad dice roll at some point. Travis has some write ups on this company.

”THIS TINY $6 COMPANY IS GOING TO REPLACE EVERY “SMART DEVICE” ON THE PLANET”… It is IVAC Curzio claims: “By this time next year, every single smartphone, tablet, smartwatch and auto display system you own will be obsolete. The year after that, nearly 40% of the world’s population will be using this replacement instead. Early […]

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On Microblog: Teeka Freedom 2020 Pre-IPO

FYI, I trade options too and post some of my trades in real time on twitter under @GDoggcrunch when I remember to post them . I do this mainly to just try to hold myself accountable to my system. Occasionally others appear to follow my trades and I'm [...]

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On Microblog: Premium Income Letter $9 5G stock

Haven't seen the tease but Ericsson trades at around $9 and Travis talks about it in the premium content. I'd guess that the car crash could be avoided in a 5G world with everyones cars driven by AI programmed by stoners like Elon Musk. That traffic migh[...]

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On Microblog: Curzio’s latest gold pick

And judging from the 6x normal volume today I'd say RVLGF is his pick. I got an email from him yesterday saying he had a "dangerous" recommendation after the close yesterday on some gold company. Probably the same deal. I thru $250 at it just for kicks.[...]

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On Microblog: Curzio’s latest gold pick

More info on Revival https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIShfppxl9Q[...]

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On Microblog: Curzio’s latest gold pick

I'm thinking its these guys.. https://revival-gold.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Revival-Gold-Beaver-Creek-September-2019.pdf[...]

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On Friday File: "Trophy Assets"

Well good ole GLRE popped up on my holiday value (trap?) scan. I noticed this SEC filing: https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1385613/000138561319000076/form8-kmay312019.htm Note that it says GLRE is holding the majority of its assets in cash and [...]

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On Microblog: secret permian basin

If you like the Permian, it may be worth checking out the [...]

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On Microblog: handcuffs shot out of a gun

Yes WRTC -- google Bolawrap[...]

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On Friday File: Buying Growth, Thinking about Retail, Tariffs and Panic

As you say “probably no Pres Trump w/o ...” With the 2020 election coming ad revenue should pour in. I’ve Been buying Twitter and Facebook, but definitely looking to initiate GOOGL at some point for reasons Travis states plus the elections which he [...]

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On Microblog: Curzio - left for dead company to Revolutionize the customer experience

The pick was Macys which seems like one of the worst retailers.[...]

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On Microblog: Curzio - left for dead company to Revolutionize the customer experience

If KSS was indeed the Curzio CRA pick, his readers that followed his advise would have taken a position probably between 67.50 - $73. Not in the stock but its suffering an earnings release drop to $57 area. That pushes the yield on this to over 4%. Migh[...]

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On Microblog: CRA - May pick? -- The Air Cuff

I sent it over. Hmm, didn’t know he was in the pp. Maybe he thinks some big contract is imminent so he felt he could recommend it to CRA.[...]

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On Microblog: Curzio - left for dead company to Revolutionize the customer experience

Kohls - KSS just announced expanded AMZN returns program, so maybe that's his pick.[...]

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On Microblog: Curzio - left for dead company to Revolutionize the customer experience

His exact words from the email “Investors have left this name for dead amid the rubble of the retail industry… But it’s unveiling a revolutionary new customer experience that will serve as a big catalyst in the coming months and years.”. Could be[...]

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On Microblog: Curzio - left for dead company to Revolutionize the customer experience

And Nordstrom seems to be known for customer experience... https://nrf.com/blog/nordstrom-sets-standard-customer-experience-again-and-again[...]

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On Microblog: Curzio - left for dead company to Revolutionize the customer experience

Latest Frank spam says it’s a retailer that could be bought by Amazon for a 40% premium. DDS or JW and appeared to be retailers left for dead, that I used to follow. No idea where they trade now . Frank seems to be all about the add on to Amazon pla[...]

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On Microblog: Curzio - left for dead company to Revolutionize the customer experience

and a related link regarding the customer experience. https://about.att.com/story/2019/creating_5g_today.html[...]

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On Sleuthifying Cabot's "U.S.-China rivalry will soon send this secret $1 stock soaring" Pitch

Do we know if Curzio is still in this? Seems like it was around $1.25 on his recommendation and he usually sets some kind of stop.[...]

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On Microblog: What's The Tiny $1 Marijuana Stock Next to Be Bought Out for Big Dollars. ? Thanks Travis

Ok I must be smoking something because I don’t see TRTC in NJ. Must be confusing them with someone else.[...]

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On Microblog: What's The Tiny $1 Marijuana Stock Next to Be Bought Out for Big Dollars. ? Thanks Travis

Don’t know the ad but TRTC was trading at $1 before it dropped to .60 last week. Insiders continuously buy it as it plummets, which is the only reason it pops up on my radar. If I recall they have farms in NJ that they can convert to pot[...]

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