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Apr 11

Zenosense $ZENO gets an Undervalued Quarterly landing page pump

UndervaluedQuarterly.com is known (at least to me) as producing nice looking landing page pumps that attract fairly low volume and generally dump quickly. I first received emails promoting Zenosense (ZENO) and linking to http://www.undervaluedquarterly.com/zeno/ yesterday before the market open. I will look to short ZENO if I can find shares.

Disclosed budget: $960,000
Promoter: Undervalued Quarterly / David Katz
Paying party: Rolling Media Solutions
Shares outstanding: 48,461,741
Previous closing price: $0.75
Market capitalization: $36 million

 

 

PDF copy of landing page

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Excerpt from disclaimer:

UVQ has received $15,000 from or on behalf of Rolling Media Solutions Inc (“RMS”) in compensation for this advertisement to enhance public awareness of Zenosense Inc (“Zenosense” or the “Company”). UVQ endorser David Katz received a fee of $1,500. UVQ also expects to receive new subscriber revenue, the amount which is unknown at this time, as a result of this advertising effort.

Zenosense, the Company featured in this issue, appears as paid advertising, paid by RMS to enhance public awareness for Zenosense. RMS is managing an online weekly advertising budget of up to $120,000 USD out of a total budget of $960,000 USD in an effort to build industry and investor awareness, paid to RMS from a shareholder(s) of Zenosense. These shareholder(s) hold a large amount of shares in ZENO and intend to sell those shares.

Full disclaimer:

IMPORTANT NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER: This is a paid advertisement by The UnderValued Quarterly Newsletter (“UVQ”). UVQ has received $15,000 from or on behalf of Rolling Media Solutions Inc (“RMS”) in compensation for this advertisement to enhance public awareness of Zenosense Inc (“Zenosense” or the “Company”). UVQ endorser David Katz received a fee of $1,500. UVQ also expects to receive new subscriber revenue, the amount which is unknown at this time, as a result of this advertising effort. UVQ does not perform any due diligence on the stocks and companies discussed herein. UVQ relies on generally available public information and representations made by Zenosense. UVQ does not purport to provide an analysis of any company’s financial position, operations, or prospects. This advertisement is not to be construed as a recommendation by UVQ, or an offer to sell or solicitation to buy or sell any security. Never invest in any advertised company unless you can afford to lose your entire investment. Zenosense, the Company featured in this issue, appears as paid advertising, paid by RMS to enhance public awareness for Zenosense. RMS is managing an online weekly advertising budget of up to $120,000 USD out of a total budget of $960,000 USD in an effort to build industry and investor awareness, paid to RMS from a shareholder(s) of Zenosense. These shareholder(s) hold a large amount of shares in ZENO and intend to sell those shares. Their sales of ZENO common stock will affect the value of your shares (negatively). This should be considered a direct conflict of interest. The payment is to cover costs associated with creating and distributing this report online and RMS will retain any excess funds as profit. 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  1. Guillermo

    Hello Michael, I´m a newbie (sorry for my English: is not my mother tongue and sometimes is difficult for me). First of all, thank you for sharing all this knowledge, I’m learning a lot. I´ve bought some DVD´s of Timothy Sykes some weeks ago (not yet a subscriber of his alerts and valuable video lessons as I have to understand first the strategies, how to proceed before each trade and why: the goal is to make all of this on my OWN).
    I understand him well but I´m now experiencing difficulties in one crucial concept related to executions. This concept appears in minute 30:22 of his Penny Stocking Part Deux DVD number 3. He says it is important to sell an order 1 or 2 cents below 14 $ in the example. I don´t understand very well the reasons: maybe it is easier to fill de sell order at a cheaper price. He says that the “schmuckers” (=stupid people I suppose or something like that) would sell at 14$ instead 13.98 or 13.96 $ for example.

    Thank you for paying attention to this long message and I hope is not a waste of time for you, I know is not the right place to write it, maybe in the future I will post some thoughts in the chat room but for this moment I’m not a subscriber. Learning this DVDs takes time.

    Guillermo

  2. Guillermo

    Sorry, it´s me again. I ask you the question instead Tim because he seems extremely occupied.
    If you feel bad for the place I posted the message, where should I have instead posted it ?

    Thank you very much.

  3. Ahmed

    Guillermo, the point Tim is trying to make is most traders tend to place their stop losses at round numbers (like 14) so when a stock hits one of those round numbers, its usually a huge Support / Resistance and thus it would be difficult for you to get an execution at that price point. Therefore he recommends you leave a few cents on the table in order to get a quicker execution. Hope this helps

  4. Guillermo

    Thanks Ahmed, it makes sense.

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