How to tell when a twitter user is an automated pump account

These were all tweeted one minute after the close today. These pumpers (that I had not heard of prior to today) disclaimed $179,999 in compensation for pumping AAGC (see the image of their disclaimer here). I am currently long 4000 shares of AAGC that I intend to sell within a few days.

Links to those tweets are below:

http://twitter.com/#!/AgressiveStocks/status/112261555768397824
http://twitter.com/#!/HomeRunStocks/status/112261549485338624
http://twitter.com/#!/TerrificStocks/status/112261540979286016
http://twitter.com/#!/QStocks/status/112261519676424192
http://twitter.com/#!/ToutSheet/status/112261515935092736
http://twitter.com/#!/TouchDownStocks/status/112261507194175488
http://twitter.com/#!/Buy_Stocks_Now/status/112261490114957312
http://twitter.com/#!/SeriousTraders/status/112261486411382785
http://twitter.com/#!/QSTwits/status/112261482397446145
http://twitter.com/#!/TinyGems/status/112261477758545920
http://twitter.com/#!/gotstocks/status/112261465133694976

Disclaimer: Long 4000 shares of AAGC that I intend to sell within a few days. 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.

4 thoughts on “How to tell when a twitter user is an automated pump account”

    1. Magic! Or more likely it was a former zero-volume stock with a lot of connections to pumpers and suspicious volume. Plus, the pump website “Jackpotfromgold.com” was mentioned by someone on Twitter before the end of the day and that website discloses a budget of $1.2m for the pump.

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