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Author: Calabogie Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 36686  
Subject: Re: New one from "stock picker" Date: 2/10/2014 10:35 AM
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Good luck. One thing you have to give those stocks, they don't correlate to the markets in any form.

Missed it. I had a limit order in but the after hours trading pushed it WAY above my buy-in. The guy asks for 37 bucks to get the tip early (I think he sends it out on Thursday night or Friday morning) but I'm afraid to give him my credit card number. lol Might try a Pay Pal account. I think I have one and I can fund it with 40 bucks just for that.

Gotta give the guy credit, it's already up over 300 percent and still climbing. His million shares he picked up on Friday are doing him proud. I wonder how these guys never get busted though. He has a web site and he sends out regular emails so I would think the SEC would have an easy time getting him. Of course I don't really know the regulations well enough to know if he's using some technicality to get around the rules.

Anyway, it will be fun to watch fly...then crash and burn.

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