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@rackerMore #promotions for $KEN, this from Wealth Research Group: "Consider shares of Kenadyr Mining Corp. (TSX-V:KEN) Immediately! It is our No. 1 strong takeover target..." #1 strong. No position. KEN up 10.5% to 85 cents
RocketRed27 Firms and Individuals Charged With Fraudulent Promotion of Stocks
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2017-79
Washington D.C., April 10, 2017—
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced enforcement actions against 27 individuals and entities behind various alleged stock promotion schemes that left investors with the impression they were reading independent, unbiased analyses on investing websites while writers were being secretly compensated for touting company stocks.
SEC investigations uncovered scenarios in which public companies hired promoters or communications firms to generate publicity for their stocks, and the firms subsequently hired writers to publish articles that did not publicly disclose the payments from the companies. The writers allegedly posted bullish articles about the companies on the internet under the guise of impartiality when in reality they were nothing more than paid advertisements. More than 250 articles specifically included false statements that the writers had not been compensated by the companies they were writing about, the SEC alleges.
“If a company pays someone to publish or publicize articles about its stock, it must be disclosed to the investing public. These companies, promoters, and writers allegedly misled investors by disguising paid promotions as objective and independent analyses,” said Stephanie Avakian, Acting Director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement. https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2017-79#promotions#regulators
@TheDarkKnight@racker not sure if we can call anything Palisades does promotions yet. Like $300 traded lol
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@racker@TheDarkKnight they have the storytelling, the research, and the distribution. Dilution working against them (so many stories). Excuses could be they have mentioned NSM previously. The junior market is also a little jittery. Their recent uranium campaign was powerful.
@TheDarkKnight@racker For pallisades, it comes down to too many deals. None of the big ones like Ivan Lo or Daniel Ameduri run 30 deals and spam you to death with promos. Pallisades is great for content, but horrible at #promotions
@rackerwww.CapitalIdeasResearch.com is run by investment reporter Mark Bunting, a Bloomberg TV Canada host and former BNN personality. Newsletter writer Fabrice Taylor works with him.
They're teasing a gold stock in this Morning's Need to Know e-mail:
"Our next big idea will be featured in Monday's Capital Ideas Digest. It's a junior exploration company that has it all. High grade gold, safe jurisdiction, management and insiders, such as Rob McEwen, own more than 50%, and $20 million in the bank. The chairman tells us the company may get taken out before it reaches commercial production. Watch for this compelling investment idea in the next Digest. www.capitalideasresearch.com
Anybody know what company? Possibly Golden Predator? #promotions
@statesideThe FMT pumps are great for FMT (What is it like $250,000 per email blast?) and for insiders/management who want to liquidate on the pump. Now retail investors like some of us??? Not so much. #promotions
@rackerMassive #cobalt#promotions ongoing for $STM. Fresh inflation.us emails now say it's "about to explode" and disclose $40k in payments. Ameduri's CrushtheStreet is on the file this month for US $250k. OilPrice.com yesterday. FinancialBuzz last week. STM shares are up about 5x since January. 10 million 20 cent units with full warrants at .40 free trading ~ June 10 plus another 2.174 million units at 23 cents.