Recorded for Prosperity in a Former Life
That is so exciting. I have no idea what the terms look like. I'm sure it's not an equity deal, but I would personally love some kind of deal that if the movie breaks a certain threshold in sales, that I get 1% of all sales thereafter. Just dreaming, but that's the kind of stuff that would get me excited. A convertible note somehow arranged that way.
I was expecting something more boring. I would love to watch this movie with a friend, saying, "I helped bankroll this movie." Just makes it more fun is all. Would make it more fun to watch, too.
I'm not familiar with that actor, but I recognized some of those movie names. My standards are so high in movies that his Mummy and George of the Jungle stories have no interest to me. In fact, I'm disappointed in Tom Cruize for wanting to do the Mummy 6 or whatever it was. But from an investor's point of view, I guess they make money. I do, however, want to see American Made, the story of Barry Seal played by Tom Cruise. And Narco, the true story of Pablo Escobar, is my favorite show at this time. Barry Seal is part of that story too. Breaking Bad was my all time favorite show, so this mafia stuff is right up my alley.
Apparently, Brendan Fraser replaced Ray Liotta for this role. I'm more familiar with Ray, and he has a lot of mafia role experience. Maybe this can be the first movie I like with Brendan Fraser. It's all about the story and directing, really.
This little movie screenshot looks interesting. It does make me want to give the movie a chance:
This link is for me so I can watch this later with my Ihphone:
thanks - I bought more
and again news :)
Fineqia International Inc
Symbol C : FNQ
Shares Issued 760,013,064
Close 2017-10-10 C$ 0.01
Fineqia International launches The Field offering
2017-10-12 10:16 ET - News Release
An anonymous director reports
FINEQIA LIMITED LAUNCHES THE FIELD AS FIRST OFFERING ON THE PLATFORM
Fineqia International Inc. has launched its first offering, The Field LLC, through Fineqia Ltd., its United Kingdom subsidiary.
Fineqia has provided an online platform and associated services for the placement of debt and equity securities, initially in the UK. The offering will allow eligible investors the opportunity to subscribe to this exciting opportunity through Fineqia's online platform for a limited time.
The Field is an action-drama and independent picture set in New Delhi, India. It centers on a mafia family at war with each other and an undercover officer assisting in their downfall. With its dark criminal undertones, the movie can be likened to cult classics such as Slumdog Millionaire (2008) and City of God (2011).
The Field stars Hollywood actor Brendan Fraser, whose movies have grossed over USD$1 Billion in revenue1 worldwide and include hits like George of the Jungle and the Mummy trilogy. The Field will also feature some of India's most renowned actors including Abhay Deol, Ronit Roy and Prem Chopra.
The Director of The Field, Rohit Batra, said: "We are very excited to partner up with Fineqia on the film financing side of the raise. Participation is traditionally privy to only Hollywood investors, or those close to the industry, so we're excited to partner up with Fineqia Limited's base of eligible investors and build a long term relationship with the principals."
Eligible investors can find further details of the offering on the platform at www.fineqia.com.
About Fineqia Limited .........
In a Corrupt Forum Where Abuse Runs Rife
A very impressive funding round just occurred for PremFina at US $36 million. That's our CEO/founder's other project and partner of Fineqia. That's going to trickle into Fineqia I believe, and it's a testament to Bundeep whose DNA is interwined here.
Those qualitative remarks from some of that venture capital will translate over to Fineqia.
Fineqia's tentacles are already in PremFina and that $36 million. Either we get paid back a loan in full or we get partial ownership of Prem Fina. Either way, Bundeep's interests here and Martin Graham's oversight should be good for shareholders.
I was Right where Others Were Wrong
Hang in there, Diva. No volume is actually very powerful physics when all interests are aligned with yours. There are real thing happening.
Two days ago, I got wind of the very first sponsored news release on Fineqia.
While sponsored, it's a high-caliber firm, and it's a start. The content is very good and informative.
A little about the author, CONTENT WORKS:
Interesting excerpt from one of their blogs:
"Don’t make things up, and don’t write anything that you know to be patently false. Journalism involves a tacit commitment to telling the truth; effective content marketing aspires to the same commitment. That doesn’t mean you have to tell every side of every story, but it does mean fabrication and denial are bad ideas. Why? Because the truth will out, eventually. And because the whole point of content marketing is to build a relationship of trust with your audience by offering something valuable. Lying is valueless, and it undermines trust. So don’t do it."
The site still says Beta, but I'm looking forward to seeing the real deals. And real money start to exchange. To me, it's a very interesting story unfolding.
Sadly, I got fired from my moderator job due in activity, and I don't want to mess up my ongoing poem, so I guess we have no moderation, which is sure to be abused by someone in the future since I can't police them anymore.
Green with Envy, Shorts Run in Shame
That is a very professional and simple start:
I like the Beta. Although we are off the radar, Fineqia may just have to perform befor there is any price action. In the meantime, I keep trying to be cheap for more. I had 1 million-share order for 60 days at .005. For the last week, I've had a million-share order for .01. I'd like to bring my position up to 2.4 million shares, but I can't get a bite at those prices. And if you think you, future buyer, are going to get any of my shares for less than 10 cents, you must be smoking crack. Maybe one of my co-investors can help you.
So I like it. There is a little chatter that appears to show Fineqia sponsoring a band I'm not familiar with at a Canadian festival in August. I can't substantiate that claim with 100% certainty.
I think they intend, based on the pdf I supplied in previous links, to have credible news sources as endorsements on the final website as the come in. And that's what we need: Good endorsements from CNN Money, CNBC, etc. Now we just need to get the snowball running. There might be a lot of people that don't want to go first. But I'm sure Bundeed and friends have deep pocket for the first clients. Such as PremFina, the most logical first choice. Martin's friends, our advisory board, etc.
At year's end, perhaps we can compare the business plan to the actual results. So far, everything seems to be going smoothly on the surface according to plan. So exciting! As I wait, I will continue to try to get a million shares at 1 cent. If I can't, you surely can't, so you, new reader, might want to think of paying UP. I don't need to. I already have 1.4 million shares. I see a 300-million market cap as my first personal goal, as a very realistic attainable goal as a passenger in the cargo hold. I love this crew and mission!
VANCOUVER, July 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – Canada Day Weekend, 2017 – Fineqia International Inc. (the “Company“) (CSE: FNQ) (OTCPink: FNQQF) (Frankfurt: FNQA) has announced today that its U.K. subsidiary Fineqia Limited (“Fineqia”) is launching a beta version of its new debt and equity platform that brings crowd investors carefully selected and risk-mitigated opportunities, many of which were previously only available to large financial institutions.
Fineqia aims to provide investors with an information advantage and more importantly, a way into carefully selected deals. Being highly selective, only a few quality deals will be shown at any given time.
The Company’s Chairman Martin Graham said: “We offer a unique combination of what we believe are quality and low risk offerings only, which would typically only be available to large institutional investors. Our platform is essentially designed to deliver a priority pass for better returns.”
The platform is currently running as a beta version and deals will be made available once the site status has changed from a beta to an officially open site.
Fineqia has partnered with JOI Media (“JOI”) to develop the platform. JOI’s crowdfunding software facilitates the entire investment process from deal origination to investor tax reporting. JOI has already developed compliant crowdfunding platforms in more than 20 countries.
About Fineqia Limited ............
The Most Interesting One is the Fineqia Flower
I am very happy at he pace of events unfolding inside Fineqia. They are meeting their goals, and I'm excited about the beta website being released sometime this month. It would be nice if there is some media fanfare around it in legitimate sources such as CNN Money.
Of interesting note is insider activity. Not found with the SEC in America, and I sure hope they have a plan to get themselves on this much larger radar than Canada. However, you can see their activity here:
It's good to see part of Martin Graham's compensation there.
Our new Chariman Martin has a lot of interesting experiences. A lot of companies are private companies he's been involved with, which is a positive in my eyes. One that catches my eye is this private company, where he was recruited as Chairman there as well not long ago:
The contacts he has here, amongst others places, is invaluable.
Not to mention the direct link to experience in an "online plateform" which is what he's creating here at Fineqia, exposed in this excerpt: "Secondcap developed SecondaryNet – an online platform which brings together a vast global network of buyers and sellers of private fund interests..."
I know things seem dead based on the stock's activity, but if they can meet their goals, it's easy to get to a 300-million market cap, which in worst case at fully-diluted is more than 15 cents. For me, that would be far over $100,000 in unrealized gains. Even if the stock remained dead forever, which I can't see happening with real results, I'm very optimistic about being the beneficiary as a takeover target with this team. I'm investing in people at this point, and I'm really happy with all that I see.
From Exile to Freedom, I’m Building my Tower
Did Fineqia just secure millions in venture capital?
"Fineqia International Inc. today welcomes the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of SBT Venture Capital, Andrew Martin, to its board of advisors."
This PR doesn't capture the depth behind SBT Venture Capital. From LinkedIn comes a very interesting profile that fits Fineqia to a T.
"SBT Venture Capital is a dynamic fund manager looking to invest $100m in fintech startups. We are specifically looking for high growth early stage companies who are breaking new ground and addressing new markets with new technology. We have a focus on companies which will have an impact on existing players in the financial or capital markets. We are not looking to back companies that are well established, or looking to take existing technology into new markets - we are looking for revolution, however there has to be something tangible to back. We are not looking for ideas and vision, but team and delivery."
And here is the CFO of that firm, embodied in that mission statement, joining the Fineqia advisory board. I feel so good about this startup.
whats up Masada,I pick it up on a volume and price alert and then started reading your d/d,which is awesome...you should take your D/D to other community message boards,,,the Ihubbers would love this stock.....thanks.....JOKER
Investing on a Dyslexic Perch Yields Hidden Catalysts
Welcome, Joker. What time did you put your bid in? All of today's volume was me. I bought 975,000 shares today at .02. I was trying to get below .015 for months. I finally threw in the towel and now own 1.4 million shares of Fineqia, a 28,000-dollar investment. With the Canadian exchange rate, that's probably about .025, compared to those with private placements at .01 and warrants on the low end at .05. That's put me smack in the middle of them. They definitely have the best deal, but I don't have any lockup period.
I can't explain why you couldn't pick up at .02. Are you trying to buy on the American stock exchange, the grey market (FNQQF)? That's where I went through Etrade. Lots of blocks at premarket, all me below:
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What brings you here? What put this company on your radar? I found it by looking under a lot of rocks. As you can tell, it certainly peeks my interest.
I'm done buying. I don't know when this boat will depart on its voyage, I just want to be on it when it does. Bon Voyage!
I find it very intriguing. I want to go back and look at Martin Graham's presentation again here. I wish I could hear the dialogue that went with it. In the meantime, there are some interesting observations here:
On Page 16, he is presenting the front page of our "website," seen at www.fineqia.com. However, his copy is different. I speculate it's the "beta website" in the works and what they envision the final product will be. Note how there is a place to log in, and tabs for "invest" and "raise funds" and "discover" and "learn." Presented in different languagea, and with reputable news sources to endorse the site, such as CNN Money, Forbes, Bloomberg, Time, and Inc.
To me, that tells me that want good press in good sources, and, in fact, plan on it. It will be legitimate sources that can be trusted, and that is what finance is all about -- Trust. Without trust, everything falls apart. Banking is built on trust. If done right, these mini bonds really are low risk if they are asset backed and you can actually believe in the vetting process. If you can believe in what they are going to allow, I'd love to be a buyer of bond yielding 8%. And doing it myself, like I'm doing this myself through Etrade. And I do want to go straight to the source, but I want a middle man I can trust.
This actually getting huge in China, but too many people are getting ripped off there. That's due to being naïve on the investors' part. It's all interesting.
The management here is a trustworthy lot. To make it work, trust is going to have be the cornerstone of everything. And reputation and a good product, and everything that presentation presents.
I remember Warren Buffett, a great influence in my life, talking about how it's hard not to make money in banking. It's a great business, as long as you don't do anything "stupid," he says. It's all too easy to do stupid things, which is why he loves Wells Fargo for not trying to keep up with what their peers are doing. Which is also my Jupiter, out there protecting me in my portfolio like Jupiter protects Earth. And this is a threat to banks, the whole emerging Fintech sector. And all that is a bullish case to me.
had bid in all day at .02,,,never filled....do you know the bid /ask?is there a special site to visit to buy and sell greys....thanks ,,,,JOKER
With Returns out of Reach from Financial Analysts
All this great talent coming on board the advisory board is very encouraging. But they had me at Martin Graham.
I see lots of diversification -- different area of expertise and geographic regions, yet all have a focus in finance. That's a big confirmation, and below is a link to support the reasons why this is great.
I feel like I'm in a place out of reach to financial analysts. They won't be able to cover this. Fund managers can't come here due to regulations, and because the float is just too small. Private placements are there for accredited investors, which translates into high net worth, liquid individuals that probably wouldn't put their inheritance here. This is the kind of investment only the savvy would venture into, as I see it. Only the Mavericks will tread here. And I like it that way, for now.
You have the former CFO of Etrade in the UK. My broker is USA Etrade and has been so since the '90s. You have an economics professor with an impressive background.
POINT 4: NETWORKING -- I really like Point #4, Networking. These are in positions with lots of contacts. Fantastic leverage, creating deep pockets of potential partners and clients.
POINT 6: VALIDATION -- In short, they are vetting Fineqia and verifying me. This is the caliber of people that wouldn't walk into something that wouldn't fit their reputation.
POINT 7: FUNDING SUPPORT -- More access to capital when needed.
I would expect all of them to be compensated by shares, further aligning my interests with an impressive allotment of talent.
They Refuse to Listen, Learn, or be Schooled
Martin Graham, the new Chairman, is the opening title in a new PDF on where we are going. Quality, Intelligence, Experience, and Value are instant buzz words that come to my mind upon reading this. Fresh off the press and under the radar:
The London Stock Exchange is noted, a very relevant detail in Graham's recent past. The title: Adapting Lessons of the Past to the Financial Markets of the Future.
Does that mean they are about to school the institutions from whence Martin came?
It would seem so, if you listen to what Bundeep has to say on the sales pitch of PremFina, which is a guaranteed business partner of Fineqia. Note the 45 million in funding behind it from banks that at vetted this concept and our management team.
Blinded by Pride and Prejudice, they are Overruled
Except, you can't overrule our beautiful Karolina Komarnicka, Chief Marketing Officer of Fineqia. She is only 24 and holds such an important position. Very impressive! Who is she? A Polish Immigrant who has a good work ethic:
She was Chief Marketing Officer of PremFina prior to this. Our CEO is also the CEO of Prem Fina, which is a good Fintech connection. Somewhere in all these filings, I read that some of the business for Fineqia will come from PremFina, so that is one guaranteed business partner with an alignment of interests. According to Owler, crowdsourced data (appropriate for this forum), PremFina has over 9 million in revenue and 31 employees. I don't know how accurate that is. I know it's been way off in other case.
She is as shocked by the Brexit decision as I was about Trump's election. We are surrounded by idiots on both side of the world -- blinded by pride and prejudice. We will overrule them and conquer them through Fineqia.
Her job duties at PremFina, which I'm sure translate over to Fineqia:
-Branding (logo design, website design, marketing material)
-Writing press releases and thought leadership articles and pitching them to the press
-Updating company’s Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts
-Designing and ordering marketing collateral
-Preparing presentations, reports and proposals
-Performing and analysing data from market research to generate appropriate marketing tools
-Preparing and distributing supporting materials for management and ad-hoc meetings
-Writing content for the company
-Reaching out to and coordinating with potential and existing investors
-Organizing promotional events
-Attending conferences and networking events to promote the company
Paul Lucas must be an avid fan, because he write about her again 2 months later in August of 2016:
“There needs to be more of a presentation of women in the industry,” she said. “If it wants to attract young women it should offer free tickets to a conference, have more female speakers, let women be ambassadors for the brand. When there are guys promoting a company and diversity you don’t identify with the message – let women speak and talk about the benefits of the industry and what opportunities that it can give to you. Open the eyes of women from a female point of view.
I'm all for it!
One said I’m “Most Stupid He Ever Met”
And yet he walks with the flock, makes assumptions, gets tripped up by rules, and can't think outside of the box. A box created in his own mind by his own volition.
This is the business plan for those who are not in a box. The Form 2A, buried on Sedar, posted on August 22, 2016.
Some interesting excerpts:
1) The Company will be changing its name to Fineqia International Inc. effective August 2, 2016.
Been there, done that. That's an example of what was.
2) Over the past year, management has conducted in-house research, data analysis, and prospecting in respect of the emerging area of alternative finance known as crowdfunding.
Crowdfunding, the practice of funding a cause or project by raising small amounts of money from a large number of people, is a concept popularized by rewards and donations based crowdfunding platforms such as Kickstarter, Indigogo and Kiva.
Now, that is a journey that is about to happen. This is just the preface of a new book. A new journey, where you have a vested interest in the conclusion.
3) On page 46, there are interesting financial forecasts. $24 million in net profits is projected for year 3 of operations. That will be a fun end game to pursue for the seed capital. For me, I see myself as stowaway capital. A seed with no regulations, no stipulations. I will enjoy the voyage ahead, just as much!
4) Upon Completion of the Transactions, Mr. Rangar is expected to control over an aggregate of 60,616,289 common shares and 56,155,940 warrants of the Company, collectively representing
116,772,229 shares on a fully-diluted basis or approximately 16.3% of the issued and outstanding common shares of the Company, assuming the exercise of the warrants.
That means the Captain of this ship has his soul in this company. His fate is my fate, and I like him in his role.
Time-Stamped for Prosperity as Evidence
Not only is this company very interesting, it's also an emerging high-growth sector in the world's "capital" of Fintech. Written just a few days ago from the time of this posting, fresh off the press:
Fintech — an all-encompassing term that covers a host of financial technologies, from mobile banking apps to international money transfer services to crowdfunding platforms — is taking off worldwide.
FNQQF is pronounced Fe-neh-kwee-au
Fineqia is one of those words like quinoa or consortium. What you read on paper is not what comes out of someone's mouth.
An interesting observation today: Usually, nothing trades. Hence, I'm the "first investor" on the US exchange in my eyes. But today, 8,000 shares traded at .002. How can that be if I have a million-share order placed at .005? That means you had to come through me, which you didn't, to sell at .002.
So, I was bypassed to give you a worse price? There are no warrants priced that low. Or is this because of a foreign exchange arbitrage that I don't understand? I'm sure Martin Graham could explain it to me. In the meantime, I feel cheated.
I'll buy your million shares at .005. This offer is good for another 60 days. I can't promise you it will last forever. Take it now or maybe see .002 and below.
I'm FIRST Investor in FNQQF
It's about big things to come in my not so humble opinion. I've had a million-share order on this stock for 2 months now at .005. Can't get it filled. I've bought 400,000 shares at .015.
It's completely off the radar of speculators and investors alike because it's a foreign company, not filing with the SEC, basically a shell company yet isn't. However, big things are happening behind the scenes that I like. I am very impressed with the CEO, Bundeep, who has changed this company's direction. He has been interviewed several times by legitimate news sources for his opinion on macro economies. This company is now a finance company -- crowd sourcing, which is very interesting.
You won't find any filings on otcmarkets, where investors like to look. However, there are filings galore here on Sedar because this is a Canadian based company:
There are 1 billion fully diluted shares here, but I love the alignment of interests. Half of those are newly issued warrants at 5 cents and above. They can't be exercised for a few years unless the stock trades over 20 cents for about 30 days if memory serves correct. And private placements from accredited investors are the majority of the rest.
Normally, I wouldn't be interested in such a massive share count, but this story is very interesting. And their new hire, Martin Graham, is fascinating to me. In fact, he was the impetus for me to buy another 200,000 shares here just last week.
You can see their business plan and how far they've come in the interium financial filings on March 1, 2017. A much more detailed business plan is months earlier somewhere.
This is the story of Fineqia from the CEO. Very interesting to listen to. Midway, he pulls up Fineqia and reading between the lines, I hear him saying he wants this quiet from speculators at this time:
I would live to see some kind of activity or PR. Been holding for awhile.
True. Thanks for the reply.
Hey Joelzee, I haven't really followed these guys. I got interested in water purification because remediation is becoming a bigger and bigger deal in the mining industry. I flagged NSKTF and two others as potential pioneers in that area.
The thing to remember about any of them is, unless they have their patents filed and approved, and unless they have actual revenue from internal operations, they will be dependent on the share structure to pay for virtually everything.
Consequently, establishing a position before the company is producing an actual income could prove costly, no matter how good their business concept is.
You know anything thats happening to this company? PPS $ucks
I guess we have to wait until the deal is finalized. I wonder who/what the other company is?
Nice work pointofreturn. With patents like that, NSKTF doesn't have the same kind of capital intensive start up requirements the miners have. They can develop a revenue stream at a fraction of the cost. Sweet!
Lots of interesting developments that haven't been announced...
Just to re-cap, without formally announcing these discussions or deals in press releases, but all through information I've sourced on the internet, specifically from the presentation in the WWIS video, the company is in advanced discussions with:
- Government of Ontario via Buttcon Limited for GO Bus
- Ministry of Agriculture for Ontario (Project Carrots)
And that's what I've just been able to find. I'm very curious about what other deals are going on behind the scenes. Not to mention the publicly announced deals and partnerships that the company has recently established.
All of these discussions and projects moves the company one step closer to monetization and generating millions in revenue. They really just need one project in each division to showcase their work, and then business will really take off.
Here's what I've dug up:
13/134,849 Sand Filter
13/134,851 Centrifugal Separator
13/134,852 Electronic Precipitator
13/134,853 Cleaning Universal Strainer
61/509,841 Chitosan Nano Copolymers (UOS)
13/870,494 Mine Dam Water Treatment
13/864,648 Nanosan Toilets with Options
13/864,709 Landfill Leachate Process
13/870,469 Extraction of Gold and other Metals
The company has also mentioned that it's in the process of securing further patents. Securing the patents is critical to the long-term success of the company. Like you point out, given the results that Nanostruck has acheived, it's really a no brainer for one of the thousands of companies out there maintaining tailings ponds to partner with them to extract the valuables resources and protect/clean-up the environment. And I expect them to get a lot of business from NanoMet, and generate a lot of revenue - at least shot term. It's about competitors not duplicating the NanoStruck process to ensure long-term success.
I agree that it's good not to get involved too early, and like I mentioned before I expect the company to complete a raise around the current levels to secure capital. But, that being said, I believe that we're going to start seeing revenue in the next few months, and potentially some big contracts that I want to ensure I'm a shareholder for when/if they're announced. And I feel comfortable buying at the current level. The metrics from the mining operation alone are very enticing, not to mention everything else that I and others have pointed out.
Nanostruck Due Diligence
WWIS VIDEO: http://www.bluetechresearch.com/tools/innovation-tracker/nanostruck/
BNN VIDEO: http://vimeo.com/87005968