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To: tradeinknow who wrote (24600)6/1/2014 11:44:31 PM
From: ogi
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I am Thank You and I find MicroCap Kitchen an open, welcoming, informed and courteous forum for improving my odds.P.S not sure BZI.c would meet your standards but I find it entirely appropriate here and it certainly fits the Forum preamble.
Cheers

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To: Sailing2 who wrote (24564)6/1/2014 11:52:36 PM
From: BMackie
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Sailing2 thank you for opening up XPLT on Fidelity. For the last 6 months I have had to call in my orders to a broker. Every time they question why I'm buying a grey market stock and remind me I may very well lose all my money in XPLT. One time the broker even lectured me that I shouldn't be buying these stocks and need to save more for retirement. I was like jeez you're not my Dad - just put in my trade!

This will be a nice temporary solution until the company gets their listing address.

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From: diddlysquatz6/1/2014 11:54:24 PM
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I suggest everyone read the original post of the thread. I think we may all have different strategies and maybe strategies that change due to the markets. I don't presume to have the best strategy but I certainly I believe I have the best for me. In my opinion I think we should hold true to the original post that both Gary and I wrote several years ago. Let's share as many good ideas as possible. If there is anything I would ask is that step up the quality of the posts. Don't just mention a stock. Give us the reasons you like it. Share your due diligence. Let's continue to improve this thread by stepping it up a notch, let's find the best opportunities, what ever the companies look like.

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From: BMackie6/1/2014 11:59:27 PM
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Regarding DAP.U / XPLT listing - CEO's plan is to uplist to OTC (hopefully OTC QX). From his standpoint, the OTC is better bang for the buck than NASDAQ. They will get there eventually but OTC uplist is first logical step. The prep work is ongoing and my guess on timing would be by year end.

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To: ayeyou who wrote (24596)6/2/2014 12:23:18 AM
From: JoJoK
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This is a more speculative-type investment, which is why some of us are skeptical. Personally, I am skeptical when I'm shown "the next big thing." One problem is that most of us are not experts on the science. I'm not going to read an article then fool myself into thinking I'm an expert. What is the probability of success? How much value can this generate for shareholders? ONTY was 'supposed' to be big. It was a high-rated idea on VIC and the analysis seemed thorough. That idea ended up not working.

At least with the other top picks here, we have a good idea of their value and enough information to go on to give us a good level of confidence.

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To: ogi who wrote (24601)6/2/2014 12:24:03 AM
From: Acton
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Not sure if I can speak for the entire thread on this but the reason I am here is to benefit from and provide sound and reasonable information on any good lead as long as it is reputable and stands a good chance for success. Equally important to accept is that opportunity is offered at different levels. Companies discussed on this thread have a fairly wide range of where they are at in their growth phase. As long as reputable opportunities are discussed in a civil manner - the board will thrive. Each individual member will decide what their risk tolerance is on any given equity at the end of the day.

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To: Sailing2 who wrote (24564)6/2/2014 12:36:25 AM
From: jorjen
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Sailing2

I also want to thank you as I own a bunch of XPLT with Fidelity and ran into the same problem. It seems like
more visibility and liquidity for XPLT.

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To: 3bar who wrote (24593)6/2/2014 12:43:33 AM
From: Boolish
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Sorry about what 3bar.....all opinions are welcome. :)))

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To: BMackie who wrote (24602)6/2/2014 12:44:21 AM
From: Sailing2
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You're welcome BMackie. I know exactly how you feel about Fidelity when it comes to these microcaps. I am constantly frustrated by their "nanny state" mentality, always wanting to protect their clients from themselves. The great majority of Fido brokers have no clue about the potential of these MCs. Next time they hassle you tell them to look at a chart of RX.V. A year ago it was $1. Last week I was selling a few of my RX shares into the rally to $7. How many of the blue chip stocks Fido brokers are peddling have that kind of performance. Answer: Zero. Good luck to you!

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To: jorjen who wrote (24607)6/2/2014 12:53:05 AM
From: Sailing2
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You're welcome jorjen. Fidelity has a huge number of clients. Like you, I'm hoping now that XPLT can be traded on-line without the aid of a broker there will be more interest, more liquidity and more buying. Although I already have a sizable position, relative to the size of my PF, I plan to keep adding shares while it is down here at what I consider to be bargain levels. Cheers!

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