Irrational Exuberance Friday, 03/25/16 11:27:11 AM Re: AnthonyTankHall post# 19092 Post # of 19119 And yet: 1) They used a shady stock promoter to boost the share price, which never helps anything long term. A company shouldn't need to promote itself if it has audited financials with revenues/profits. The promo will also lead to dilution unless they paid cash for the promo, which I hope they did. 2) Crappy website(s). I wouldn't drop a dime in this company based on their web presence, so a lot of good the "promotion" is going to do them. They are supposedly working on them, but as of now, they are putting the cart before the horse. Really, why would someone care about this company right now? Show people something worth believing in, and they will come naturally. 3) No audited financials, no OTCQB status, no management profiles... just forward-looking PR's and websites filled with corporate feel-good jargon. Take heed, management. It ain't rocket science, what I've just laid out. If you want, I'll inbox you all of my *ingenious* ideas on how to attract investors, free of charge! I sincerely doubt my radical philosophy on attracting investors will have any effect on you, but I can dream, can't I? Let's hope they pull their heads out of their asses, build a company worth investing in FIRST, and then enjoy the NATURAL rise in share price thereafter.