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Apr 11

Black River Petroleum $BRPC gets promoted by Capital Financial Media via landing page

With a high price, relatively large market cap, big move on low volume since the pump started, and small pump budget, BRPC is an almost ideal short. There is an online landing page here: http://www2.untappedwealthonline.com/brpc/index.html

StockMister.com has been compensated Eighteen-Thousand Dollars Cash via Bank Wire Transfer by a third party (Speak Easy Media LLC) for a 1 Day Marketing Program regarding WIIM.

More recently I have received emails linking to a landing page: http://www2.untappedwealthonline.com/wiim/index.html

Disclosed budget: $250,000
Promoter:  Capital Financial Media / Rising Stock Advisor
Paying party: Intermix Corp
Shares outstanding: 72,093,414
Previous closing price: $1.09
Market capitalization: $78 million

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PDF copy of landing page

 

Excerpt from disclaimer:

 Black River Petroleum,(BRPC), the company featured in this issue, appears as paid advertising, paid by Intermix Corp to provide public awareness for BRPC.

CFM has received and managed a total production budget of $250,000 for this print advertising effort and will retain any amounts over and above the cost of production, copy writing services, mailing and other distribution expenses, as a fee for its services. Rising Stock Advisor is paid $2,500 as an editorial fee from CFM and also expects to receive new subscriber revenue as a result of this advertising effort.

Full disclaimer:

IMPORTANT NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER: This featured company sponsored advertising issue of Rising Stock Advisor does not purport to provide an analysis of any company’s financial position, operations or prospects and this is not to be construed as a recommendation by Rising Stock Advisor or an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any security. Black River Petroleum,(BRPC), the company featured in this issue, appears as paid advertising, paid by Intermix Corp to provide public awareness for BRPC. Intermix Corp has approved and signed off as “approved for public dissemination” all statements made herein regarding BRPC’s history, assets, technologies, current as well as prospective business operations and industry information. Rising Stock Advisor and Capital Financial Media (CFM) has used outside research and writers using public information to create the advertisement coming from Rising Stock Advisor about BRPC. Although the information contained in this advertisement is believed to be reliable, Rising Stock Advisor and CFM makes no warranties as to the accuracy of any of the content here in and accepts no liability for how readers may choose to utilize the content. Readers should perform their own due-diligence, including consulting with a licensed, qualified investment professional or analyst. Further, readers are strongly urged to independently verify all statements made in this advertisement and perform extensive due diligence on this or any other advertised company. Rising Stock Advisor is not offering securities for sale. An offer to buy or sell can be made only with accompanying disclosure documents and only in the states and provinces for which they are approved. Many states have established rules requiring the approval of a security by a state security administrator. Check with http://www.nasaa.org or call your state security administrator to determine whether a particular security is licensed for sale in your state. Many companies have information filed with state securities regulators and many will supply investors with additional information on request. CFM has received and managed a total production budget of $250,000 for this print advertising effort and will retain any amounts over and above the cost of production, copy writing services, mailing and other distribution expenses, as a fee for its services. Rising Stock Advisor is paid $2,500 as an editorial fee from CFM and also expects to receive new subscriber revenue as a result of this advertising effort. *More information can be received from BRPC’s investor relations firm. Further, specific financial information, filings and disclosures as well as general investor information about publicly traded companies like BRPC, advice to investors and other investor resources are available at the Securities and Exchange Commission website www.sec.gov and www.nasd.com. Any investment should be made only after consulting with a qualified investment advisor and after reviewing the publicly available financial statements of and other information about the company and verifying that the investment is appropriate and suitable. Investing in securities is highly speculative and carries a great deal of risk especially as to new companies with limited operations and no history of earnings. The information contained herein contains forward-looking information within the meaning of section 27a of the Securities Act of 1993, as amended, and section 21e of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, including statements regarding expected growth of the featured company. In accordance with the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act, BRPC notes that statements contained herein that look forward in time, which include everything other than historical information, involve risks and uncertainties that may affect the Company’s actual results of operations. Factors that could cause actual results to differ include the size and growth of the market, the Company’s ability to fund its capital requirements in the near term and in the long term; pricing pressures, technology issues etc.

Disclaimer: I have no position in any stock mentioned above. I have no relationship with any parties mentioned above. This blog has a terms of use that is incorporated by reference into this post; you can find all my disclaimers and disclosures there as well.

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  1. mainmanmike

    HEY!

    I have a general question about pretty much every pump chart like the one above….. and a million other questions as well. This is long as crap so sorry )

    The initial volume spike @ march 18th around 0.45 per share- I assume this is initial (or a possible continuation?) buying from the pumpers/company insiders? Why does this volume spike not affect share price? Or is this just wash trading? If wash trading, why so early and so….sudden? Many of the pump set ups I have seen (which is not a lot bc im a beginner) have these pre-pumped volume spikes and I never fully understood what the story on this was…

    Another question about volume : http://tos.mx/82UGwV

    This is a chart of $DCTH prior to, and after a 16:1 reverse split. There was a significant volume spike the trading day before the company announced the split (which they announced the night before the split)… This is insider trading right? I just dont understand how that many shares being purchased by company insiders ( I assume) can have such a small affect on share price…. It DID uptick but so slightly… What am i missing?

    Also- I’m opening an account, and will fund it with around 2k with suretrader. I would like to know, if you dont mind, what parameters (just generally) you would put in place for yourself if you were in a similar situation without any other funds available to trade with, in terms of a trading strategy……. Just general- mostly long or short, mostly otcbb or something else. Limits / expected number of trades per week (obviously depends on the markets and setups but…. is this COMPLETELY dictated by that or?). I feel somewhat directionless in terms of how to apply Tim’s strategies with the money I have. I have read you mentioning working more and saving more, but these 3k to 3 million stories i keep hearing make me want to at least TRY with what I have.
    I can trade generally from noon until day end sometimes slightly earlier, with a decent amount of time to set aside for research.

    LASTLY- how do you calculate total expected costs before a trade (commissions, ECN , etc)? It’s not that its is difficult, but it seems pumps are extremely volatile, and calculating needed break even %’s might cost valuable trading time if its on a stock with price action that I have not researched, but have scanned and has decent price action. Even if i do calculate these values ahead of time, the share value volatility makes it hard to keep the math up to speed it seems…

    THANKS

  2. mainmanmike

    *** The $DCTH volume spike was not the night before the reverse split, I mistook this chart for a diff one sorry

  3. james davis

    Where did you find BRPC shares to short?

    1. Michael Goode

      Interactive Brokers

  4. Ignacia Moore

    regarding BRPC thank you

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