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I like the idea - and I have some thoughts that I will share. IMHO

1. Microcaps are easily manipulated. So I always check to see how many options or shares the insiders have given themselves and at what price.
2. Fundamentals don't carry a lot of weight.
3. Technical indicators are more reliable, but......
4. News is important, but.....
5. Insider trading and dumping is important.
6. Product or service or industry is important.
7. Speculative mines and drug research are very high risk/high reward.
8. For this Board we should always require disclosure to mitigate against 'pump and dump'.
9. Ya gotta be fast! These move up or down quickly.

So here goes. This is what I am tracking.

1. Canalaska - CVV a microcap into uranium. (I own some)
2. Dynatec - DY oil & gas (I just sold some)
3. Technicoil - TEC oil & gas service. new technology, excellent technical indicators (I own lots)

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