"Two industry heavyweights with a combined worth
of $74 billion could be set to fight it out for
ownership of Gray Fox Petroleum"
Tobin Smith - NBT
Fox Petroleum Corp. (OTCBB: GFOX) has managed to
lock up a 100% working interest in a prime, 32,723 acre
oil prospect known as the West Ranch Prospect.
The simple truth is that this area of Nevada, where Gray
Fox Petroleum controls 32,723 acres is fast becoming
big-oil's next energy hot spot. The West Ranch
Prospect is located smack in the middle of Nevada's
prolific oil generating basin and sits over what
geologists refer to as the Mississippian Diamond Peak
sandstone and the Devonian Guilmette dolomitic
While big-oil and opportunistic energy investors have
been preoccupied with the vast oil reserves of the
Bakken and the Monterey shales, the smaller, but
still-significant and potentially more-profitable
resources of Nevada are now capturing the attention of
major oil companies.
Gray Fox Petroleum's potential 1.25 billion barrels of
oil make it a prime takeover target for any major oil
"The major soda players are paying fabulously
rich prices for specialty health beverage enterprises —
Alkaline Water Company could be perfect for them"
Francis Gaskins - IPO
Alkaline Water Company, Inc. (OTCBB: WTER) could
revolutionize the biggest health trend in America:
Healthy Beverages. the Company's Alkaline84 Drink
is affordable, healthy and "Celebrity Cool".
Few realize that the average American now drinks 29
gallons of bottled water a year. When alkaline water
gets more publicity, demand can soar. Alkaline84 can
quickly become the healthy water of choice by millions
Alkaline84 Offers Remarkable Health Benefits: Including 84 trace Himalayan minerals considered to be the best in the world. Alkaline water helps keep your cells young and hydrated. It also balances your pH level, boosting your immune system.
It Could Benefit From the Astonishing Power of Celebrity: Americans like to be like their favorite celebrities. This fact took True Religion Jeans to a whopping $467 million dollars in the last full fiscal year. It could also skyrocket sales for Alkaline Water Company
People Are Drinking Much Less Sugary Soda: The Wall Street Journal asks,
"Is This The End of The Soft Drink Era? They have a big worry: soda sales. Baby boomers are aging and soda's traditional target market –youth—are often turning to water..."
The growth potential of the Alkaline Water Company in
this booming business is impressive. Healthy water has grown
into a major new healthy beverage category because it is
taking customers away from some of the greatest growth
markets. For example, sugary sodas last year came in at $18
billion in sales. Energy drinks had $12.5 billion in
revenue. And regular bottled water boasted an impressive $15
billion in sales.
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"Life Stem Genetics is now at the forefront of
the biggest evolution in the medical treatment of
Scott Fraser -
The Natural Contrarian
Stem Genetics, Inc. (OTCBB: LIFS) can fulfill the
promise of Adult Stem Cell (ASC) therapies and guarantee
a higher quality of life to the world.
The Company is at the forefront of the greatest
advancement of Life Science in the history of mankind.
Propelled by the world’s most powerful institutions, ASC
therapies will enable all peoples of the world to heal
themselves. Life Stem Genetics has already applied over
5,000 ASC treatments.
When you understand what Life Stem Genetics has already
accomplished and what their revenue projections are, you
will see why you should take a closer look.
Life Stem Genetics' distinct Adult Stem Cell harvesting
protocol is currently returning rates as high as 1.2
BILLION stem cells per sample - more than 12x the
Life Stem Genetics' expert stem cell team has performed
5,000+ ASC treatments and counting - including some of
the biggest names from the NBA, NFL, MLB, and PGA.
Life Stem Genetics' clinics can generate up to $30
MILLION per year in revenues.! The Company expects to
have more than 140 affiliate and corporate locations in
operation throughout the world within 5 years.
- Life Stem Genetics anticipates annual revenues of
$111 MILLION by year-5 followed by continual revenue
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Have you heard of the movie "The Boiler Room", or possibly seen it? While it may not be the greatest
piece of cinema, it does serve one valuable purpose. It is a realistic look
at the tactics of a fraudulent operation, which may occur in the realm of
How realistic is it? The
writer/director actually interviewed at a "boiler room" firm and
the movie has been praised by SEC regulators. The warning to be found in
this movie is be sure of where you get your investment information from,
particularly when dealing with unregulated MicroCap and SmallCap companies.
Many small companies are exempt
from filing reports with the SEC. This lack of reliable, readily available
information can open the door to fraud. Allowing for the manipulation of
stock prices to the detriment of investors.
Here are some methods of
disseminating false information:
- Questionable Press Releases -
Releasing "news" containing lies about a company's sales,
acquisitions, revenue projections, or new products and services.
- Internet Fraud - Distribution
of junk e-mail or "spam" over the Internet, or the use of
bulletin boards and chat rooms, to tout a company and/or provide
"inside" information. A common method is to have the recipient
believe they were not intended to receive the information and therefore
are in possession of some "exclusive tip".
- Boiler Rooms and Cold Calling -
Dishonest brokers set up "boiler rooms" where they use a small
army of high-pressure salespeople to make cold calls to as many
potential investors as possible. They are sometime selling stock in
"shell" or non-existent companies or performing a "Pump
& Dump" (see below).
- Paid Promoters - Many MicroCap
and SmallCap companies pay stock promoters to assist in their companies
promotion via investment newsletters, research reports, or radio and
television shows. This is an acceptable practice and when properly done,
the investors get the benefit of the research done by the promoter.
Reputable promoters only place their recommendation on companies they
believe in, as their value to the investor is only as good as the
companies they promote.
The federal securities laws
require promoters to disclose who paid them, the amount, and the type of
payment. But, many fraudsters fail to do so and mislead investors into
believing they are receiving independent and unbiased advice. Usually this
advice is fraudulent, meaning to deceive the investor, and only benefit
the promoter and the promoted company.
The people behind this
misinformation are running fraud schemes. Two of the most popular are: