In the smallcap awareness and promotion industry, the key players tend to build-in distance and plausible deniability when it comes to the stocks they push. This ‘industry’ is run much more by behind the scenes money guys and groups and less by the executives of the small public companies that are often featured. These are the manipulated stocks that small traders see spike a while and then fall to nothing. Really such companies are not ever really ‘companies’ by the definition you or I would have. They are merely vehicles with which to truly pump and dump.
The good news is that there really are a few truly great companies. These are companies that are doing what they say they are doing. They have no puppet master holding the strings. The success or the likelihood for success is very evident. These are the companies you might miss because they are not going to allow million dollar promoters to come in and spoil a company that has real viability.
Unless you are in this business you cannot possibly know the difference between the good guys and the bad guys, and which deals to avoid. You may spend days reading the filings, reading the message boards and reading the company press releases as you try to connect the dots, but you will only connect the obvious dots. Those of us who have been in this smallcap awareness industry usually know who is behind most deals and we almost always know a good deal from a bad deal. Continue Reading