05 Dec Next StockTips Pick = TGRO?
I was doing my daily tour through the stocktips.com website looking for clues about their upcoming new pick which will be announced on Sunday, December 8, 2013, and I think I found what I was looking for.
Two pages on the stocktips website that were previously used as landing pages for their most recent pick, PGLO, have suddenly started going through some updates presumably in preparation to be used when they announce Sunday's new pick.
and more so
Now that disclaimer has all the PGLO symbols replaced by the symbol TGRO:
The special-1 link also has its disclaimer updated to have all the PGLO symbol's replaced by TGRO. Though both links currently still have the PGLO promo video on them (as I write this report), the special-1 link now shows banners for TGRO being the new pick which it did not show last night (see cached version here):
The exit message has even been updated - now changed from PGLO to TGRO:
Since the source code for both pages was just updated today to show TGRO this is either a huge mishap on the part of stocktips or it is an intentional decoy. I think it is far more likely that stocktips slipped up and gave the pick away through careless preparation.
Information about TGRO
So now that we are nearly certain that the next stocktips pick will be TGRO let's take a closer look at the ticker.
Tiger Oil & Energy Inc (TGRO) is a Kenneth Liebscher ticker. Liebscher and his group also control two other tickers that many PSS members may be very familiar with - NHUR and NGRC. Both NHUR and NGRC were Hack the Stock Market Group promotions. See our NHUR report here. See our NGRC report here. It is actually not surprising at all to see a Hack the Stock Market linked ticker getting promoted by Stocktips since in our report about the PGLO promotion we pointed out the similarities between Stocktips and the Hack the Stock Market group:
TGRO has been a very quiet ticker volume-wise lately with no shares trading on most days since it had a low level promotion in January of 2013 mostly trading in the $.05/share - $.20/share range during that time:
The 4 year chart shows that even though TGRO has a long trading history, it really has not seen any major volume with the bulk of the volume coming during that 2 - 3 week stretch in January of 2013. Most of the float has yet to enter the market.
Tiger Oil & Energy Inc (TGRO) has an outstanding share count of 42,728,159 shares.
The float is approximately 24,578,159 shares
That total is pretty close to both PGLO and AMMG. The starting price in the low $.20s is also very close to PGLO and AMMG (see link here or chart below):
The TGRO website can be found here.
TGRO is an oil & gas company just like its sister tickers NHUR and NGRC. On Wednesday, December 4, 2013, TGRO put out a press release about 3 new oil wells it acquired in Kansas prepping it for this very likely upcoming stock promotion.
TGRO has all the same insiders as NHUR and NGRC including Ken Liebscher, Howard Bouch, Fortunato Villamagna, Lionel Welch, Sharon Marin, Peter Hewitt, Kevin Murphy, Jake Bottay, Robert Bandfield, David Craven, and Andrew Godfrey. TGRO also has the very common Belize entities found in all of the tickers linked to this group. I won't go through the history of this group. That can be read in either our NHUR report or NGRC report.
David Craven was a shareholder in ETEK. ETEK got promoted by stocktips back on February 12, 2013. See our ETEK report here including comments for more details.
We don't know if stocktips will care or not about some pre promo volume on TGRO, but if Promotion Stock Secret members can keep our find to themselves and not leak this information off site, there shouldn't be too much pre promo volume to cause any issues.
We saw PGLO offer much better gains than AMMG (199% max profits vs 168% max profits), but the PGLO promotion did die several days before the AMMG promotion (9 days vs 17 days). This is a sign of the times. Promotions are going at faster speeds. For this reason it should not be surprising if the TGRO promotion peaks before 9 days.
Stocktips is quite possibly the best penny stock promoter in the business at the moment so we should see TGRO get plenty of volume and we should see TGRO offer some good profits. $.20/share is not a high price for a ticker with a float of 24,578,159 shares and we know stocktips is capable of bringing in plenty of volume to turn that entire float over and much much more. Even with the great recent success of stocktips, I do not think it is safe to expect another 199% gainer like PGLO or another 168% gainer like AMMG partially because TGRO does have some trading history and partially because the penny stock world is more on edge about suspension threats and premature tankage. Enjoy the profits, but do not get too greedy.