An email "seems" like a step in the right direction. Do tell. OTC companies that are de-listed and shut down never come back. So tell me more about this email? Maybe post it right here for us all to see? Or maybe the Reader's Digest version. I have been saying this one will never come back for 10 years. I bet I will be saying that for another 10 years.
Never invested? You don't have a clue. Let's just say I was invested bigger than you will ever be. Listen to the information not the person that says it. My numbers would blow you away. But I am not going to tell you now. Let's just say I am the only person with inside information that will ever tell you the truth. Comprende?
No pulse whatsoever. As I have been saying for years now when these stocks are delisted they are not relisted. This is how the feds shut down fake companies. Unfortunately this one has been placed in that category no matter what anyone tells you. So it is a corpse. Corpses do not have pulses.
The story ended a long time ago and I have been reporting the truth on here during those years. What amazes me is the number of people who want to tell an alternate reality story, stories about the business, the mines, meetings, communications, things that are really meaningless because the stock is de-listed. Fortunately I sold all of my shares before she was de-listed. Now it all just sits on a desk on a "no can do" list in New York. Welcome to the OTC, ship of fools.
Bullish or Bearish is actually nonsense because you cannot be either for a fake company that does not trade on an open market. If it was actually listed somewhere, sure. But it is worth zero. Probably less than zero. I have yet to have heard any official plan for it to start trading again. That would be huge news.
The value is zero. When a stock is de-listed, whatever shares or warrants exist fall to a zero value. This one has been zero for years and will be zero forever. Welcome to the OTC, a world full of many worthless and fake companies. What baffles me is this message board continues to exist at all.
True, stranger things have happened in other areas of life. But OTC companies that are de-listed never come back. They never just get turned on again. That is how the regulators easily shut them down. As I have said for years, this one is done and buried.
Sure, of course. But what does this have to do with a defunct ticker symbol and fake company? The delist makes any of claims made by the company bogus at best. If there was a real, viable company represented by a viable ticker symbol and real trading activity then what you are saying would be meaningful.
That is correct, Ernie. Except the "Q" will never be removed because the ticker listing is defunct. When a stock is delisted, the ticker just sits there and retains whatever it was before the delist. This one will never come back. This situation is a model of how fake companies are shut down by the regulators. The real question is why does this message board still exist long after the company and its ticker are shut down?
I wonder how many people are caught up in the latest pump and dump. These people won't believe it when they see it down around $1. Bitcoin is nothing but a pump and dump. It is like when penny stocks first came online in the 90s, lots of companies went from pennies to $100 per share. But then they collapsed to zero when the pump was over. Same kind of deal with Bitcoin.
I would suspect that most people are still "alive" as you say. They are most likely dismayed by the total failure and collapse of this and other fake companies. The smartest folks have moved on to trade something real, like stock options and real companies trading on real exchanges.
Spot on. Bitcoin will not "rise again" in our lifetime. Sometimes great things happen in life only one time. Just like the Tulip craze after 1550 and the dotcom craze of the late 1990s. The early investors who get in and out are the smartest. Those who follow long after inception are just chasing white rabbits. Late pumpers look silly as their scams fall into the garbage heap of history.