You have to sometimes step out of the bubble and engage with folks that perhaps you wouldn't have normally engaged due to whatever reasons -- maybe emotional ties that prevented you to explore those negative biases to realize how familiar folks are with these patterns associated with Svorai tickers, and despite many second chances he is somewhat predictable and for the most part consistent.
You're even more familiar than me going back to pre-SPLI and Dror's previous tickers...combined I'd say we have quite a few years of research on this guy. GoilD has also been in the pit keeping track for a long time.
It's been a while since I looked back on my notes in the past 4 years. Some of the stuff I forgot all about until someone reminded me recently and I took another look. The more I read the more annoyed I became at how many times he's been given another chance by SH's, just to turn around and do it all over again!
Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again but expecting a different result.
Regarding American Smoke...
It was a share exchange that ended up in Yaniv's pockets at VPOR's cost.
VGR was created by Dror with a small filing fee at FL SOS -- there were no assets, no revenues, nothing but a blank piece of paper and then sold to VPOR shareholders for preferred shares (~180M common) issued to themselves. In every instance VPOR shareholders were left holding the bag...
They're in the middle of creating SF Holdings (likely for the Cork) and they've already (inadvertently?) disclosed the same intentions!
I don't know if you remember all that commotion at that time, and the story behind how they got ripped off by the guy that was running the VGR scam.... can't make this up lol.
Regarding their auditors...
You are correct...first Ratray and then Johnson were suspended by the SEC, and then the 3rd Auditor wouldn't sign off, so they moved to the 4th auditor which was Anton & Chia and they also wouldn't sign off on the annual report, which effectively caused them to drop off as a SEC reporting company since they couldn't produce an audited annual report.[
That botched up autopsy for Q-2 was a pretty good indicator as to why these auditors refused.
The only way to play this ticker and succeed is use caution at every turn, and do some research to try to stay one step ahead of them. Dror's depth of knowledge is limited to what he knows that works, and what he has already tried and tested and can legally get away with, so he'll stay within those boundaries and use the same chess pieces.