HHSE Shareholders - What would you do if you were holding a winning lottery ticket?
Good Morning HHSE Friends & Followers – Recent stock trades for HHSE sparked the question that some of us would face when holding a winning lottery ticket. Do we immediately announce it, cash it in, and decide what to do with the proceeds later? Or, do we proceed with careful deliberation, strategic planning, and perhaps even implement the behind-the-scenes formation of a trust or tax-beneficial entity for the receipt of the proceeds before alerting the Lotto officials?
In the wake of the current COVID-19 Pandemic and its impact on businesses and task efficiencies, HHSE managers are facing a lot of pressure to cash our winning lotto ticket NOW. Yes, our Form 10 Registration, our substantially pre-subscribed initial S-1 Funding, our MyFlix launch and our backlog of exciting HHSE news is like holding a winning lottery ticket in our collective, corporate pockets. We know that in short order, sophisticated traders predict that HHSE shares will be trading for north of $.05 each and with the level of robust volume that makes a “last minute manipulative trade” of 5,000 shares ($41) - to “paint” a false value on the stock - into a non-event from desperately pathetic parties.
Yes, the HHSE stock has been targeted by a group of stock manipulators – actually more akin to some punks on a street corner than an actual organized crime effort by career players. Regardless, HHSE management has been working with the FBI Special Crimes investigators for several years now, and we know the identities of these four individuals. Even more telling, we know exactly which trading accounts they are using, and know that each of their transactions are being monitored and recorded… so we know when they put up a large “wall” of shares that it’s not real, and we can see when they post economically unjustifiable sales and wash-trades to attempt to manipulate the HHSE stock price. Seriously, these four have made many HHSE sells of under 100 shares with a face-value of less-than-one-dollar ($1) in order to artificially manipulate the share price. What’s the average retail commission on trades? Is it $6.99 per trade?
Well, there’s a boatload of trade evidence of uneconomical transactions designed to “paint down” the HHSE stock price… so it will be quite a karmic moment to watch these guys try to squirm around the conflict about what brilliant stock traders they think they are, reconciled with so much evidence of intentional loss trades.
There’s so much in motion for HHSE right now that it’s very tempting to start releasing the news. We would love to update shareholders on the financing for Meltdown, Belle Starr, Wildfire and four other films not previously mentioned. We would love to release news about record-breaking streaming revenues in March and April. We would love to release news about new suppliers (and “exclusive programming”) for MyFlix…. and so much more.
But instead of immediately jumping up and declaring our wins from the Lotto, we are instead following a path that we feel is ultimately best for our shareholders: careful and deliberate movements so that the volume and value of HHSE shares and the company can be maximized.
In the meantime – it would be telling to see the results of a bit of buying pressure on the HHSE stock… now that these guys have finally pushed it to less than a penny (and instantly releasing a pre-written brag post to stock chat boards). What would it take to pop the stock to $.02 immediately? 1-million shares? 2-milion shares? Maybe even less. But it seems like even $.02 would be a good base for HHSE as the corporate filings and current activities arguably support a far higher valuation. Time will tell. But for now, we have the confident and quiet smile across our faces… because we know we have what is essentially a winning lotto ticket in our HHSE pockets.
So please don't let the street punks pee on your path. HHSE is a winning company and the winds of positive momentum will blow that mess back into their faces. Stay strong, stay safe!