agreed - it is a smorgasbord !!
tic toc tic toc...
David Jensen interview worth a read :
I only use Fidelity , and from what I can see, they seem pretty competitive. yeah, Canadian, London & Australian exchanges have their own fees which are usually higher than trading a US stock. I suspect those will get passed on to you no matter which US broker you use.
GOAU: is that the same fund?
looks like delisting imminent ?
(quote: "....Unitholders of the Fund will be able sell their units in the normal course through the facilities of the stock exchange, up until the Fund is delisted on September 9, 2019 after closing of the markets....")
SVL.AX (Silver Mines Limited, Australia)
bought a starter position a while back, because I liked the sheer size of the deposit. not many silver deposits of that magnitude
it only trades on the Australian exchange though
excuse me, but didn't "due time" start, what, 3-4 years ago, when this greatest security product of all time was announced with big fanfare, IBM report and what have you...
so here we are years later and not a single internet security company buying into it, with security breach & hacking story nightmares published almost on a daily basis??
riddle me this: IF the product is that great & there is "ample of fertile gound" for it to grow on, -- why oh why does no one want it, not back then, and not now, years later ???
SGYP down to 3 pennies after hours today
the signs were all there, but you had to be willing to read them.
if there is a list somewhere, like, "always go on the opposite end of the trade for all recommendations from these institutions" - most of the SGYP institutional investors should definitely be on it IMHO.
best answer I could find:
In practice, finding documentation to prove insolvency in order to have the shares declared as 'worthless' may be difficult
their Nevada business licence was revoked in 2011 (permanently), see:
was wondering if anyone has been able to track down bankruptcy proceedings?
quoted from that same press release https://www.newsfilecorp.com/release/35509 :
...."On March 24, 2016, approximately 3 weeks prior to the signing of this agreement, Master Mcafee, (at the Ontario Superior Court) issued an order specifying that David Chalk "shall not transfer, encumber, pledge or otherwise deal with his shares in Decision-Zone Inc. subject to further order of the court". Mr. Chalk disregarded Master Mcafee's court order by signing the April 16, 2016 Share Purchase Agreement."
Has anyone else tried to verify/find this supposed court order? I wasn't able to track it down. FWIW, no response from Decision-zone when I e-mailed them & asked for proof or a link.
remember my post
immediately after Hale collected the collateral via their subsidiary Crescent Silver in 2014 via the bankruptcy proceedings, a PEA was commissioned & completed (2015) . (quote) "The results of this assessment were positive suggesting an advancement of the project to preliminary-feasibility."
(quoted from: https://www.crescentsilverllc.com/crescent-silver-mining/about.html )
If USC had such a supposedly great asset, why did they have to go under in the first place ??
Nah, all just coincidence, as usual (insert wink, wink here)
#Horizenbull, did your browser have trouble accessing the company website ?