I apologize for the delay and I can’t help but notice, this kind of pathetic inefficiency is representative of soooo many small companies. It actually helps me prove my point that most small companies will fail.
Because of their limited capital/executive experience, even if they are so lucky to happen to stumble upon something as potentially bigtime as PennyStocking they’re simply not equipped to handle business growth/success.
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The good news is that since I’ve been studying how often small companies fail, I can do something about it. I don’t need to just pump and dump my stock to make $, I can actually learn from the mistakes of others and build a world class operation.
So here’s what I’m gonna do:
1. Within the next week or so, in addition to the TIMalerts.com subscribers-only website with complimentary chatroom and daily watchlist/trade emails, subscribers will receive instantaneous text message alerts for all trades I make via a seemingly awesome service from http://www.txtwire.com
2. Hire several more people, Pallian and I just cannot handle all the work ourselves anymore.
3. Help my subscribers learn my strategy better, through my instructional DVDs, so they can avoid costly mistakes like IDAE (detailed post coming…) which proved to them that the losses due to a lack of education costs thousands, not hundreds.
4. Gonna upgrade my email service to something ridiculously expensive so the emails go out faster…lookin’ around, anyone know of any?