14 May Evolution of Awesome Penny Stocks
Many traders believe they know everything there is to know about AwesomePennyStocks.com (aka APS) and their trading pattern. I should know, I was one of those people that thought they had it all figured out. It was an easy formula; sign-up for APS’s entire list of sister websites, wait for the email, receive confirmed email, buy early, and enjoy profits. This formula worked great until they sent out an email for AWSR. OK, that was an accident, right? Within the last few trading days we have witnessed craziness that makes the AWSR debacle look tame. What happened?
There are countless conspiracy theories floating around the world of penny stocks. Allow me to add another. The APS original formula is failing. Several months back, APS would trickle out emails over several days to split and staggered list. This prevented everyone from buying at the same time. They also had a history of releasing a ticker that had little to no trading history.
The complete list of sister sites (including the entire Centro Azteca S.A., Small-Cap Newsletters, and Victory Mark Corp LTD groups) and the strategies to trade the new releases have been shared on premium penny stock sites and message boards. This results in a large portion of traders buying immediately upon confirmation of a new ticker. Many traders are buying extremely large positions and selling intraday. APS is now competing with the large position holders to dump shares on new buyers. This becomes increasingly difficult since more of the late buyers are now buying early.
Another huge issue for APS, several early speculators have developed ways to identify potential tickers. The brilliant NoDummy has identified many ties between tickers like RARS and GTCP with past APS promotions. These tickers are spread over pre-promotion sites, twitter, and message boards. The result is front loaded tickers.
APS solution, develop a method to prevent all traders from buying immediately. First step, teach front loaders a lesson; sacrifice the lesser of the three groups on a highly speculated ticker, RARS. Many traders were sure RARS would be picked up by APS; instead it spiked the first day and then crashed horrifically. The result; the APS name is still untarnished, front loaders and massive early buying is now reduced. This still does not eliminate traders loading up when a Centro Azteca S.A. site releases a ticker. Solution, release a ticker from two of the newest Centro Azteca sites:
HotOTC (Centro Azteca S.A): Hototc.com | 58 Queens Road | Berlin | 873XP | Germany Today's pick is: PGSY Same owner, but possibly not the same group IMO . A split list.
PennyStocks123.com : Centro Azteca S.A | 10 Anson Road #16-16/6087, International Plaza | Singapore, Singapore 079903, Singapore
Today's pick is: ENRG - We will be presenting our next pick officially in the coming weeks
The pick almost seems easy to choose. It must be ENRG since it is the same address as APS, wrong. The actual Awesome Penny Stocks site has GWBU listed as their Monster Pick of the month.
Doubt has been thoroughly implemented and APS control has been reestablished. Less early buying will occur and they will drag out releasing it with the actual APS email as long as they can bring in buyers.