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Stock Promotion 2017

Understanding the Stock Promotion Market for 2017 and a review of the top stock promotions of 2016....

2016 Cannabis Stock Bubble – What Our Members Knew Very Early

One thing that drastically sets us apart from other trading sites is research. While many sites rely solely on scanners and news feeds to catch momentum, our team is continually focused on identifying the next big movers prior to crowd. Our members have been way ahead of...

RGSE Near Perfect Bottom Call, Moved up 330%

Being one of the only trading sites that actually provides strong value added content for real and serious traders, we are often far ahead of the crowd on which stocks to place on our member's radar. Many sites and services that post "buy alerts" and...

WHAT ARE PROMOTION STOCKS? must read

WHAT ARE PROMOTION STOCKS?   Stock promotions In the broadest sense of the term, stock promotions are a means of drawing attention (awareness) to little-known, usually low-priced securities that would otherwise attract few investors.   Every paid promotion is initiated by someone that already owns shares of stock in...

The Penny Stock Opportunity

The Penny Stock Opportunity Have you ever wondered how gains of 10, 20, 50, 100, or even 1000% can be  achieved in short order with the capital markets? I have seen these types of gains over and over again by people trading the top penny stocks. I call...

What is bitcoin?

  **Special thanks to Promotion Stock Secret member pocoyo58 for this report a What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a consensus network that enables a new payment system and a completely digital money. It is the first decentralized peer-to-peer payment network that is powered by its users with no central...

Promotion Stock Secrets Comments on Recent DoS Attack

At about 8:00 am on Wednesday, July 31, 2013, the Promotion Stock Secrets server and website were crippled by a sophisticated and deliberate cyber attack. The site was not hacked; users' secure information, which is not stored on the site, remained uncompromised.  The malicious action...

What are DTC chills and locks, and how can they affect me?

by Janice Shell On 18 July, 2013, DTC slapped a global lock on Biozoom, Inc (BIZM), though it didn't get round to informing the public by putting a notice on its website until after the close on the next day.  Several brokerages did, however, hear about...

The SEC just suspended my stock! Now what?

       It happens to almost all penny players.  One morning you wake up, grab some coffee, and start checking your stocks, especially that very volatile issue that's been running big.  Pre-market Level II is looking good.  If all goes well, perhaps today will be the...

An introduction to SEC filings – Part II

  Once a private company files a registration statement with the SEC and completes the requirements for an exchange listing, it may list on a national exchange if it meets the exchange's requirements.  If it doesn't qualify, it may become eligible to trade on OTCMarkets'...

An introduction to SEC filings – Part I

  Until the Securities Act of 1933 was passed by Congress, public companies had no official obligations to their investors or to the general public.  If they wished, they could publish and distribute periodic reports containing information about themselves, but there was no oversight by the...

The truth about naked short selling

  For the last ten years and more, the specter of naked short selling has hung over the penny stock community.  Or so some would have it.  Unfortunately, newcomers to the markets often turn first to message boards and conspiracy websites for information.  At those venues,...

OTC Stocks vs Exchange Listed Issues, Big Boards

OTC Stocks vs Exchange Listed Issues, Big Boards Some investors have only exchange-listed issues in their portfolios; no doubt many of them still use full-service brokerages.  That's how their parents did it.  But more and more people looking to the markets to supplement income and save...

The Financial Regulators – SEC, FINRA, and Penny Stocks

The Financial Regulators - SEC, FINRA, and Penny Stocks   There are three principal national financial regulators:  the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CTFC).  The SEC is a federal agency; FINRA is private. ...

Understanding pennystocks and OTCMarkets Group

Understanding pennystocks and OTCMarkets Group Penny stocks are defined—for purposes of marginability—as non-exchange listed stocks trading under $5.  They may file periodic financial reports and other materials with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or not.  In the former case, they're generally called “OTCBB” stocks, for...

What are Stock Promotions / Stock Promoters ?

What are stock promotions / stock promoters? Stock promotions are, in the broadest sense of the term, a means of drawing attention to little-known, usually low-priced securities that would otherwise attract few investors.  For traders, they can create profitable plays; for investors, they're almost always deadly. Originally,...

What are Penny Stocks? A Brief History. The Good and the Bad.

What are penny stocks?   What are Penny Stocks? Penny stocks are the red-haired stepchild of our capital markets:  badly behaved, often unpredictable, and generally despised by securities regulators.  They're beloved by many traders, though, because their volatility and attractive pricing can, if the circumstances are right, make...

A Guide to Short Selling Pumps

A big focus of this site is identifying potential pump and dumps prior to promotion, so that our members have an opportunity to buy in early and catch a good chunk of the upside. But one area we've neglected to cover is the potential to...