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Friday, 11/05/2021 3:25:36 PM

Friday, November 05, 2021 3:25:36 PM

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200,000 shares added today:

I still think there there is something more with Fineqia than meets the eye:

I added 200,000 shares today, bringing my share count to 786,834 at avg. cost of .0073 per share..:

11/05/21 Bought 100000 of FNQQF @ $0.0084 Unassigned -844.95
11/05/21 Bought 85000 of FNQQF @ $0.0084 Unassigned -714.00
11/05/21 Bought 15000 of FNQQF @ $0.0069 Unassigned -109.20

They have to by law answer these questions every month to remain on the CSE, and this was filed today:

I'm looking for evidence that they sold PHUN, and it would have been significant. But there is nothing in this filing. I really hope they didn't sell it before that spike. And at the same time, I'm mad if they didnt' sell it in the spike. What is wrong them??? They can't make a dollar to save their lives.

However, there is this little notation in the filing. No PR was released on this. No news can be found anything in regard to it:

On October 11, 2021 the Issuer appointed Michael Coletta as Chief Strategy Officer. Mr Coletta will principally be based in the UK. The Issuer has the option to pay up to 10% of Mr Coletta’s compensation in the form of the Issuer’s stock.

That's more vested interest, and that would be 76 million reasons for him to find a strategy to move them forward. They don't dilute. They are just an eyesore of mega shares, but at least they don't dilute. They just pollute.

I don't know if this is the same Michael Coletta. It might be. He's based in London, so that fits. He is associated with the London Group Stock Exchange (LSE). And so is Martin Graham, the chairman. Plus LSE invested heavily in Nivaura, which seems to be doing well and one of Fineqia's investments.

He's in the crypto, libertarian scene which fits the Fineqia profile.... I don't know, but he is a good suspect. At least it tells me they are looking for a way forward and aren't dead yet. Quiet as mice, but not dead.