|To: peter michaelson who wrote (1188)||7/17/2011 4:39:53 PM|
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|To: StockDung who wrote (1189)||7/18/2011 2:11:29 AM|
|From: Mr. Park|
|Received into inbox yesterday|
Dear Valued Subscriber,
We believe the coming week will be a key trading week for The Brainy Brands Company (TBBC).
In our opinion, day traders and savvy investors will find TBBC to be the momentum play-of-the-week. Look for a breakout this week on a technical level as TBBC has continues to show strong momentum since its price correction ended in mid-June. After a modest round of profit taking on Thursday, the stock rallied to close up on Friday at $1.23 near to the high of the day. Congratulations to smart investors who got in below $1.10.
We see Friday's strong close as a good sign for Monday's trading and are expecting TBBC to rally further and gain increased momentum into the week. As experienced traders are aware, a strong end-of-day finish typically is followed by bullish action the next trading day.
Just a short time ago on May 27, TBBC reached a high of $1.59!
In our opinion based on the price momentum evident in the chart, TBBC will push past previous highs in the days and weeks ahead.
But as much as we love TBBC as technical play, TBBC is also one to watch based on strong corporate fundamentals.
On July 14, the company issued a press release with an update to shareholders in which it provided details and insight into its business plan and current aggressive "growth phase."
Here are the key points from the July 14th Press Release you need to know:
1) Earlier this year, TBBC completed a full overhaul of its extensive line of products to modernize both the content and the presentation, including product design and graphical look and feel. The Brainy Baby brand now has a distinctive visual identity whether you are looking at one product in isolation or the entire line in full. TBBC continues to develop new and exciting products to add to its portfolio and expect to bring some of these products to market in the upcoming months.
2) TBBC has hired a VP of Sales with more than 35 years of sales experience and strong leadership skills. Since his arrival, the company has established its first national sales network of regional brokers and distributors. This new network includes the 4 top toy distributors in the USA, and TBBC is now starting to see growth in its brick-and-mortar sales channel.
3) As a major part of its go-forward growth plan, TBBC has tested its first national direct-response television (DRTV) initiative, called the "Learning for a Lifetime System." The 28-minute DRTV infomercial is designed to reach the massive audience of parents and grandparents who are potential purchasers of Brainy Brand's products.
4) TBBC has now analyzed the infomercial test results and modified the creative content based on the findings. Look for 2nd phase of the DRTV campaign to potentially begin as early as next month.
5) For the past several months, TBBC has been generating a groundswell of brand awareness through sales and marketing exhibits at key trade shows, including the Toy Fair 2011 and the BookExpo America in New York and the 2011 Licensing International Expo in Las Vegas. As well, the company continues to promote its products at regional broker-sponsored events, most recently at events in Dallas, Minneapolis and Atlanta.
The Brainy Brands Company is on the move! These activities are not just building sales but they are bringing more investor eyeballs to company's stock. There are many reasons you should be paying close attention to TBBC.
In our opinion, here are the Top 5 Reasons why TBBC could turn into a runaway winner!
1. Growing need. The company’s flagship product is the answer to the prayers of any parent with a preschooler.
2. Aggressive marketing. TBBC's sales and marketing program consist of 5 key elements that have proven to catapult other products into massive profitability.
3. The stock is relatively unknown at this point. But TBBC is on the fast track to an increase in sales that could put it on the radar of stock analysts around the country.
4. Competitors in the category have been doing gangbuster sales. And TBBC has not only learned their secrets but has a special sauce of its own.
5. In our opinion, the stock price is undervalued. But mark our words, this opportunity could change fast.
Timing is everything, so don’t delay and radar TBBC on your trading screen today!
As always, we encourage our subscribers to do their own due diligence. Be sure to visit TBBC at the thebrainybrandscompany.com or check out the Marketing Report at propennytrader.com and download financial guru Charles Payne’s Insights and Trends
Special Report on TBBC here: propennytrader.com
The ProPennyTrader Team
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The original source material for the "Charles Payne's Insights and Trends Special Report" that appears on this website is found on the Charles Payne website paynesearlylearningstock.com.
Disclaimer: Charles Payne’s Common Sense Newsletter is an independent paid circulation newsletter. This online report is a solicitation for subscriptions and a paid promotional advertisement of The Brainy Brands Company (the “featured Company”). Charles Payne’s Common Sense Newsletter received forty thousand dollars from The Brainy Brands Company. This company was chosen to be profiled after Charles Payne’s Common Sense Newsletter completed due diligence on the company. Charles Payne’s Common Sense Newsletter expects to generate new subscriber revenue, the amount of which is unknown at this time, resulting from the distribution of this online report. The Brainy Brands Company paid fifteen thousand, eight hundred dollars to advertising agencies for the costs of creating this report online in an effort to build investor awareness. This report does not provide an analysis of a company’s financial position. The featured Company’s financial position and all other information regarding the featured Company should be verified directly with the company. Information about many publicly traded companies and other relevant information can be found at the Securities and Exchange Commission’s website at sec.gov. It is recommended that any investment in any security should be made only after consulting with your investment advisor and only after reviewing all publicly available information, including the financial statements of the company. This online report is not intended to be, nor should it be construed as, an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell securities, or as a recommendation of the purchase of the featured Company’s securities. Charles Payne’s Common Sense Newsletter presents information in this report believed to be reliable, but its accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
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|To: Mr. Park who wrote (1190)||7/18/2011 1:52:52 PM|
|Fox news Charles Payne SEC rap sheet:|
UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
LITIGATION RELEASE NO. 15371 / May 22, 1997
ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING ENFORCEMENT
RELEASE NO. 915 / May 22, 1997
SEC v. MEMBERS SERVICE CORPORATION, et al., 97-CV-01146 (May 22, 1997)
United States District Court for the District of Columbia
The Securities and Exchange Commission today filed a civil action
in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia against
Members Service Corporation, Philip Sung, John R. Silseth II, Union
Securities Ltd., David Gilbert, Todd H. Moore, Charles V. Payne, Wall
Street Strategies, Inc., Joseph Lanza, and Kenneth O'Neal alleging
violations of the antifraud, registration, and reporting provisions of
the federal securities laws.
Members, which was based in Winter Park, Florida, purported to
acquire and operate private companies engaged in various businesses,
including oil and gas production, the sale of cellular fax machines,
and the development of a synthetic blood substitute. The complaint
alleges that, beginning in 1992, certain defendants issued false and
misleading press releases, prepared false and misleading financial
statements, and made undisclosed payments to salesmen and others to
manipulate the price of Members stock from $2.50 to a high of $12 per
According to the complaint, the scheme began when stock promoter
Sung and Arthur Feher, Jr., the now-deceased former president of
Members, obtained 1.4 million shares of unregistered Members stock in
sham transactions designed to circumvent the registration provisions
of the federal securities laws. In one transaction, Feher allegedly
caused Members to issue 200,000 shares to his nominee, a 96-year-old
retired nursemaid who lived with him in Florida. In an effort to
invoke Regulation S, which provides exemption from registration for
sales made abroad, Feher allegedly caused Members to issue the stock
to the woman as payment for consulting services that she had not
performed, and moreover caused records to reflect that she lived
abroad. The complaint alleges that the unregistered stock was
deposited in nominee accounts at Union Securities in Vancouver,
British Columbia, where Gilbert worked as a stockbroker.
The complaint alleges that Sung, Feher, Moore, Lanza, and Gilbert
met in Boca Raton in May 1992 and agreed to undertake a series of
actions to raise Members' share price artificially, to sell more than
one million shares of unregistered Members stock that Sung and Feher
controlled at Union Securities, and to share the proceeds from the
sales. Members thereafter allegedly issued various false and
misleading press releases about its involvement with companies that
were developing synthetic blood and producing oil and gas. The
complaint alleges that, in one press release, Members falsely stated
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that it had acquired a synthetic blood company when, in fact, it had
not. In another press release, Members allegedly predicted that
drilling on its oil and gas properties would generate substantial
revenues, but the release failed to disclose that there was no
reasonable basis for the prediction.
As part of the alleged scheme, Moore and Payne caused Wall Street
Strategies, a New York investment adviser, to recommend the purchase
of Members stock to its clients, and Lanza recommended the purchase of
Members stock to others. According to the complaint, Wall Street
Strategies, Payne, and Moore failed to disclose the compensation that
they received for promoting the stock. The complaint alleges that
Lanza was paid at least $540,000, that Moore was paid $282,000, and
that Payne was paid nearly $70,000 for promoting the stock. The
complaint also alleges that First New England Securities, a Boca Raton
brokerage firm that Silseth controlled, sold Members stock to
customers at prices that included excessive, undisclosed compensation
to the brokers. The complaint further alleges that, as part of the
scheme, Sung provided Silseth with several hundred thousand dollars to
help finance the operations of First New England.
The complaint alleges that Sung, Feher, Silseth, Moore, and Lanza
obtained illegal profits of more that $5 million from sales of
unregistered Members stock into the manipulated market. In addition,
according to the complaint, Union Securities and Gilbert received
approximately $350,000 in commissions for transactions in Members
The complaint alleges that O'Neal, who was then a certified
public accountant, participated in deficient audits of Members'
financial statements for 1991 and 1992. According to the complaint,
the financial statements materially overstated Members' assets and
materially understated Members' liabilities. The complaint alleges
that O'Neal knew, or was reckless in not knowing, that the audits were
deficient and that Members' financial statements had not been prepared
in accordance with professional standards.
The complaint alleges that Members, Sung, Silseth, Moore, Union
Securities, Gilbert, and Lanza violated Sections 5(a), 5(c) and 17(a)
of the Securities Act, Section 10(b) of the Exchange Act, and Rule
10b-5. The complaint also alleges that Members made materially false
and misleading filings with the Commission in violation of Section
13(a) of the Exchange Act and Rules 12b-20 and 13a-1. In addition,
the complaint alleges that O'Neal violated Section 10(b) of the
Exchange Act and Rule 10b-5, that Sung failed to disclose his
beneficial ownership of 5% of Members stock in violation of Section
13(d) of the Exchange Act and Rule 13d-1, and that Wall Street
Strategies and Payne violated Section 17(b) of the Securities Act.
The complaint seeks disgorgement of illegal profits, civil penalties,
and permanent injunctions against further violations. See also Lit.
Rel. No. 14901 (May 6, 1996); Accounting and Auditing Enforcement Rel.
No. 779 (May 6, 1996).
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