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Remember good ole Jim “The Dumbest Person in Finance” van Meerten? (I laid out the facts and you guys overwhelmingly voted this title to stick)
After recommending NXT Nurtrionals Holdings Inc. (NXTH) and Clear-Lite Holdings Inc. (CLRH) as buys just days before each collapsed 50%+, and perfectly exemplifying penny stock ignorance by admitting he neither read their SEC filings nor realized they had the same CFO/IR firm, he’s back with a new article on The Motley Fool, mocking and ripping on Helios & Matheson North America Inc. (HMNA) saying:
Financial Tides posts JimAlerts when we notice penny stocks that are having wild and unexplained price fluctuations and increased volume in short sales. These are stocks to avoid. Sometimes the price instability is caused by professional penny stock speculators or the many subscribers of penny stockwho are all trying to jump on board a very thinly traded stock at the same time. These people are morons and don’t always play by the rules so avoid JimAlert stocks.
Helios & Matheson NA — HMNA has fluctuated from .69 to 4.05 in this month alone. As I’m writing this there were 81,523 shares traded against 61,564 shares shorted.
Timothy Sykes has shorted this stock on several occasions and his followers may be responsible for the increase in trading activity.
Jim Van Meerten is a retired Certified Internal Auditor, Supervisory Principal and Securities Compliance Officer who warns investors of the pitfalls of the stock market on Financial Tides. Please leave a comment below or email JimVanMeerten@gmail.com.
Disclosure : I do not hold a position in HMNA and neither should you.
I’m guessing The The Next Million Dollar Penny Stock” spam, but while it’s up, I gotta comment because Jim van Meerten helps you understand the kind of incompetence out there…once again. (I have a feeling this won’t be the last time)will delete this gibberish, as it’s even beneath their usual “
Because even though I sent this poor lost soul a free copy of StockTwits (I’m an investor but I am banneddddd due to the ugly stocks I trade and my over-the-top braggining about how I am #1 out of 45,000+ traders on Covestor and it’s disgusting that all these “traders” on Twitter and all over the internet are so cowardly, fraudulent or sucky they refuse to verify their trades….yeahhhh suck on that you freaks!) chief-censorer Phil Pearlman would have you believe (a few weeks ago, he bragged about how StockTwits had blocked all the penny stock pumpers…I replied it was their readers’ loss as penny stock spam is so blatant and easy to understand that if the promoters do lure in enough suckers, there is no better setup in the entire stock market than to short directly into such manipulated fluff…blocking such “gimme” opportunities in favor of absolute gambling junk like FAZ, FAS reeks of trading ignorance)…this “price instability” is a gift from the stock market Gods and should be profited on time and again….because as preach and show and my 11+ years of ridiculously successful trading proves, these patterns are PREDICTABLE!, which outlines this EXACT chart pattern, Jim still thinks that my and subscribers are responsible for such rises and falls as we somehow “don’t platy by the rules” (Jim, the volume was already a million shares when the stock even popped up on my radar screen…I look for actively traded penny stocks, I don’t create them…the stock would’ve dropped with or without me…the same as several hundreds of these plays when I do miss them or can’t find shares to short)….mistakenly mocking “price instability” instead of viewing it as I do, an outstanding trading opportunity, he somehow cannot understand that stocks like HMNA should not be avoided…as
It’s especially humorous coming from Jim given that the stock promoters behind NXTH actually used Jim van Meerten’s name and quoted his original $100 million fraud called Zinetix a few years back)…if not, why are you mocking the one guy who EXPOSED the mailer, shouldn’t you be going after the promoters for including you in such a questionable mailer? I know if stock promoters ever put my name on such lawsuit bait, I’d flip my lid (Jim van Meerten also encouraged message boards to complain to the SEC about me…I say bring it, my one trade where and I made $22,000+ on that stock was perfectly disclosed and all I did was show off that mailer and quote from the company’s horrific SEC filings…Jim, inviting the SEC to investigate a stock on which your name is front and center on the promotional mailer, well, at first I thought you were corrupt, but I gotta say you’re just the dumbest guy in all of finance….generations of people will likely mock your name for all time as it will become synonymous with the word “moron” and sayings will come about like “I just fell on my head, I pulled a van Meerten!”article in their promotional mailer, which also mentioned such hyperboles like “worst case scenario you’ll double your investment”…Jim, you still refuse to answer my question–did those stock promoters ask you for your approval before mailing out thousands of those mailers? After all, the other guys they quoted have ties to stock promoters (Dan Dorfman) and have SEC checkered pasts and have been compensated (Charles Payne got paid a few grand & remember his firm was fined $400,000+ by the SEC for penny stock promotion a few years back and Shaquille O’Neal who got millions of shares and has already been the spokesperson for one
Jim & Phil,and subscribers profited VERY nicely from the HMNA pump…we have no idea what caused the runup (I speculated on last week’s there is some firm out there approaching these companies that need to raise cash and get NASDAQ delisting notices, promising to get their stock’s higher), but we will GLADLY PROFIT FROM SHORT SELLING SUCH BS.
And I personally profited nearly $5,000 even while I totally mistimed my entry…shorting at $3.02 and $2.80, totally blowing the $4 top…and mistimed my exit…covering at $2.52 and $2.21…totally covering two days too early from the $1.50 lows..myand PennyStocking subscribers below profited far more
And the people listed below THANK GOD each and every day they have someone like me and which are 25% off until Wednesday to encourage the spread of quality information rather than biased ignorance from those who don’t understand how to turn a few thousand into a few million…remember, I’ve done this once before, for some reason neither Jim van Meerten nor Phil Pearlman are willing to share their trading track records…burnnnnnnn)(
I mean look at the chart, it’s a friggin gimme of a short:
…especially since the stock, as I posted, spiked 200%+ just one day after getting a NASDAQ delisting notice! Ignoring or blocking such gimmes is an embarrassment to all who possess any trading intelligence (akin to ignoring three or four hundred dollar bills that can somehow talk and are saying “pick me up, no strings attached, it’s really that easy sometimes when you live in a city full of blind people”) (weird analogy but who cares, my trading strategy rocks and I will crush anybody who tries to put it down because the facts, statistics and actual trader profits dominate all narrow-minded assumption-makers).
TIMalert subscribers profits of $7,000+ and probly some losers lost but they didn’t post their gains/losses (c’mon guys, be honest for once and post all the time!)…and some people probly made more but they didn’t post in fear of me raising prices on the amazing deal that is TIMalerts for only $50/month:
shorted and my 2.40 buy to cover completed… easy $1200…
+580 on HMNA, txs – Oleg
Covered HMNA this morning as I didn’t feel comfortable with it. +62
I then went long from 2.06 to 2.90 for +1680
shorted $1k HMNA @ $2.82 –> $216 profit before commissions
+$244 on 400 HMNA short from 2.75 to 2.14 (22%!)
Covered 500 HMNA held overnight from yesterday @1.72, overall $1250 profit on two trades of $2.5k
+$660.40 on HMNA this time … started shorting right before Timmy but enlarged my position when I got my