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@ShrikeMy ACB is .041, so while all of this was exciting, and .09 is still a double up, it just seems like the logical progression of a science company to production company. I've been following this story long before any of this Panasonic noise happened, and I still believe in the potential of their products.
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@homelesstraderAsc issues interim order against reporting insiders of saint jean carbon inc.
anonymousPaul Ogilvie, Dick van Wyck, Barry Allan Pearson, David Madill, William Elmer Pfaffenberger, David Edward Da Rin, Donald George MacIntyre, Donald George Snyder, Paul Cooper are all assholes.
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anonymousThe Purchase Order:
(a) Claimed a value of $6.64 for a 5 kg quantity sample;
(b) Was for one specification, "Grade A Flakes"; and
(c) Was declared as having no commercial value
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@ChrisParryOh, and @RonVachiyer: I enjoyed what you said about me on $SJL a bit back: "so regarding Chris Parry....assuming $SJL delivers, doesn't that pretty much end his cred? If he has any? I don't own SJL, but I am following the story."
Insider trading halt. Was I right?
@mikeDiamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for March 23, 2017
2017-03-23 21:18 ET - Market Summary
by Will Purcell
Paul Ogilvie's Saint Jean Carbon Inc. (SJL) lost another cent to 6.5 cents on 18.58 million shares. The regulatory concern surrounding the company intensified Wednesday, as the Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) got an interim order barring trading in the company's stock by any of its insiders, including Mr. Ogilvie, CEO, Dr. William Pfaffenberger, president, Barry Pearson, chief financial officer, Dick van Wyck, its in-house counsel, and several others. The ASC did not say in its request for the interim order what had raised its ire, but it logically is the result of Saint Jean's series of proclamations and clarifications regarding its dealings with Panasonic Corp.
Saint Jean's stock, which had been bumbling along at seven cents since late November, spiked to a 35.5-cent high on mammoth volumes after Mr. Ogilvie said his company had an order for graphite anode material from Panasonic that was "part of an off-take agreement to supply multiple tonnes of anode material monthly for a number of years." The news sparked a frenzy in which 142 million shares traded in a two-day period, thanks to what Mr. Ogilvie deemed to be his company's greatest accomplishment.
Mr. Ogilvie gushed that "to be recognized and awarded with an order to supply one of the world's best technology companies is a tremendous accomplishment for the team," but two clarifications later, he conceded that the tonnage multiple was actually just a tiny fraction and the number of years on the off-take deal was zero. (Panasonic said there was no such agreement, adding that any orders with Saint Jean would be done under its own standard purchasing agreement.) Another 63 million shares have traded in the past three days, sending Saint Jean's stock tumbling back to seven cents. Meanwhile, the regulatory attention is undoubtedly not the recognition that Mr. Ogilvie had in mind for his team.
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@ChrisParryHey, as much as a lot of you guys have smeared the hell out of me here over the last week, I will say, I'm sorry if you lost money on $IP. It's the inevitable reality of what I do that someone is going to lose money if I expose the raw nerves of a stock. Happened on $SJL, on $OGI, on $ICC. The object is to get out before everyone else does.
@ChrisParryalso, read what the ASC is going after $SJL on. That's a single news release that hid some details and bullshitted too much. Now the whole thing is being torn down, and insider trading charges coming.
@ChrisParry@JFC, here's how it actually works. Crappy penny stock sits on bottom for a year. Management turns over a few times and it eventually sputters back to life. Stock moves off bottom, and one of my guys looks it over. He says, "this doesn't look right," and I look it over. We agree the newsers are fishy, so we look deeper. The stock price runs higher on more fishy news. We start writing over a few days as we get more info in and notice execs not only padding their bank accounts with 10x stock, but also selling a bunch. Then PP news drops. We publish our story because it's relevant. Folks read story, agree with what we're saying, stock plummets. This is EXACTLY what happened with $SJL two weeks back. And the same folks claimed I was on the take.
@BlackstimThey often seem to do hit jobs on the good stuff. I've never shorted a stock, but did benefit from a SP drop when shorters were hitting $PLI. It recovered, and folks that could bloody their hands catching falling knives did well. $NDM on the other hand doesn't seem to have recovered, though they own one of the biggest copper/gold plays on earth. The only thing that gives me some pause is CP seems to have correct on $SJL which will only embolden him further on future short campaigns. As I do own $SJL, I hope they start offering clarification tout suite!
@ChrisParryMan, you guys really do talk some bullshit. "I hear there was a $2 million short on the stock." "CP and his dissident planned this a long time." "CP does nothing without profiting." Funny thing, all these accusations come from the same guy, who is trying to keep his deep red position from going deeper.
I spent most of a day here answering any and all questions you guys had about me. I told you I don't own the stock, didn't short it, don't know anyone who has shorted it, don't know any dissidents, and in fact I own 2c options from two company iterations ago that are well in the money now and would be more so if the stock went up - not down.
I'm a journalist. That's my 'game'. I build a readership by telling people when a company is a steaming pile dressed up as gold. Just like I did with $SJL when you guys were all talking about how great it was going to be when it hit a buck.
Your directors and CEO are selling their stock. They're doing so right before news of a PP which ANY experienced markets guy will tell you is VERY iffy legally, and they waited until a week after they sold to report it.
Do your DD, people. I'm flattered you think that I'm some evil genius who can snap his fingers and convince people to sell a good stock, but the reality here is I wrote enough about this company that smart people started digging deeper, and they sold because they didn't like what they were seeing.
UFC deals that don't involve the UFC. 'Biggest media platform in China' that isn't even in the top 10. Revenue deals that have yet to bring any revenue Directors selling their producer fees on films to the public company they run, in return for shares that they're now selling out from under you.
Your stock sucks, people. You can listen to @Playa2012, who you know is trying to protect his stake, or you can listen to an award-winning journalist with no dog in the fight who nailed it absolutely just a few weeks before on $SJL - while it was still going up. Your call.
@ChrisParryYou guys keep calling me out, then wondering why I show up. It doesn't matter if he sold a fraction of his holding on insider information, the fact is, Napora sold @50c just before the 46c PP was announced, Weibe sold @59c ditto, and Marlowe has been selling hand over fist as it has been dropping. $SJL insiders did the same, and are under ASC investigation for it.