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T.J.Ault
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T.J.Ault
September 12, 2011 1:06 pm

I have tried to follow what has been suggested by Penny Stock Fortunes and been gravely disappointed and to date have lost over $800.00. By the time the buy is suggested and you make it the price has risen to its top and is starting on its way down and if you don’t get out at once, you will lose whatever you have invested.

I have to give this a thumbs down.

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Stanley Meyer
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Stanley Meyer
November 23, 2011 9:37 pm

More!More!

Jon Eagleton
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Jon Eagleton
May 26, 2016 10:30 pm

I do my own homework turning $750 into $400k since 1986. Sure you lose some but it was my own fault leaving the guidelines I set. I have at least 7-12 factors I use. 1. Insiders trading – not always right, add 2. Volume with upside ticks, 3. Major holders buying, 4. Improved moves from management. 5. Earnings improvements….. More. I look for beaten down stocks that are undervalued, recently buying CRDS at .19 cents with a book of $1 and target of $3.75 by Zacks. The data available today is outstanding and free to new investors. One is Insidertrading.com, another is SEC Form 4, and I use the ValueLine free at the Public library. One of My Best Buys was GE at $7.50 and sold in the 20’s. One was Quaker Chemical I bought for $9 and sold again in the 20’s. I bought many unheard of small caps like American National Petroleum taken over by Exxon. Diasonics I paid $1 and trading three times for $6 that went to $30 getting taken over. They all met the 7-12 factors. June 2 news is coming on Crossroads Systems and accumulation with huge volumes being bought is one factor. Later

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tailor33
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tailor33
January 16, 2019 3:42 pm
Reply to  Jon Eagleton

Jon, Is your system still working? You mention you use 7-12 factors but then I only see 5. Will you share the rest as well as any updated info that is working for you? Thanks!

pete
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pete
November 24, 2016 6:47 am

well it was a couple of years ago,they had some hits and misses,nnothing great. You just have to be really lucky and plop a pile of cash on a winner and not pick any of there losers.We can all do that on our own now couldnt we? Or in my case,didnt we? Good luck traders

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