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To: Patricia Meaney who wrote (4060)2/4/2013 3:56:59 PM
From: Rock_nj
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I guess it was only a matter of time. Most penny stocks are scams. I just wish I learned that lesson the easy way.

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To: Rock_nj who wrote (4061)2/4/2013 6:12:44 PM
From: Patricia Meaney
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They scammed a lot of people, not just you. Hopefully, you were long out of that one.

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To: Patricia Meaney who wrote (4062)2/4/2013 8:55:06 PM
From: Rock_nj
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Yup! No RTGV scam for me.

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To: Rock_nj who wrote (4063)2/5/2013 10:37:19 AM
From: Patricia Meaney
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I have to say that the rtgv board on ihub had probably the worst case of the Koolaide syndrome of any penny stock I have ever seen. This dates back to years ago too. But yesterday I went on there to read what they were all saying and I couldn't believe some of the remarks and inexperience. Not knowing where to go to confirm the reverse split, buying more after it was confirmed, etc.

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To: Patricia Meaney who wrote (4064)2/5/2013 3:03:57 PM
From: Rock_nj
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That's what makes the pennny market. There are some great trading opps if you get into certain pennies at the right time, but as far as long term investment go.... I have rarely seen any pennystock companies graduate from those lowly exchanges and the cycle of dilution and eventual reverse splits.

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To: Rock_nj who wrote (4065)2/5/2013 4:58:24 PM
From: Patricia Meaney
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yep, i am probably only trading about 10% in the penny market now - with dilution, promos, and non dtc eligibility, it is not as profitable as it once was - i prefer to trade nasdaq, nyse bounce plays

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