The Konared $KRED pump started over a week ago

I apologize for the very late posting! At this point it is only posted for the record. There is an online promotion page at http://www.beverageinvestor.com/kredreport/

See the previous Promotion Stock Secrets post on the KRED pump and their post on the KRED hard mailers that people have received.

 

Disclosed budget: $2,300,000

Promoter: MarketFirst Media

Paying party: MarketFirst Media or related entities

Shares outstanding:  71,366,067
Previous closing price: $0.98
Market capitalization: $69 million

 

 

 

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One interesting facet of the KRED pump is that it appears that some person or persons has been trying to manipulate the stock by providing manipulative bid support with very large bids. See the screenshot below. No reasonable trader would submit a 700,000 share bid for a stock that has traded less than ten times that volume. If a trader wants to be a large position they buy slowly over time in small chunks. The only reason to display such a large bid, particularly when it is not the best bid, is to artificially support the price. I would like to thank the manipulators for using Arca for KRED so I don’t have to worry about a corrupt market maker suing me for libel for accusing them of manipulating an otc stock (there has been a market maker apparently supporting KRED too, though).

kred_bid_support

 

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PDF copy of pump page

 

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6 thoughts on “The Konared $KRED pump started over a week ago”

      1. Thanks – just wonder where do you actually get the info about pumps like KRED in the first place? Media? Emails? Thanks Michael!

  1. Sure glad I read this . i thought for sure this drink would be a hit and and therefor a good investment . Wish I would have looked here before I invested in the scam stock I first invested in . 500 bucks turned into far less than a penny real fast . it is now after 5 years up to about 9 bucks . WooHooooo !

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