C-Note

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Not all penny mining stocks are exploratory companies. Fiore Gold (OTC: FIOGF) has one operating gold mine in Nevada, and is preparing to get another one into operation in the next year or so. They produced and sold almost 12,000 ounces of gold this past quarter for a net profit of $4 million or $.04 per share. Yet, their stock is currently selling for .83, close to their low for the year (.74). If they were a small pharmaceutical company, that kind of return would probably have their stock valued around $4-5, at least.

I believe that investors are nervous because of the recent fluctuations in precious metals prices, so it's keeping many mining share prices low even though these companies are making some solid returns. I would guess that if precious metals prices hold steady for awhile, some of these smaller companies whose shares are close to their 52-week lows may see a good rebound in their valuations. At least, that's what I'm hoping for.
 

C-Note

Hummingbird
Gold Member
I believe I may have mentioned Globalstar (GSAT) earlier in this thread. That company spent billions putting telephone satellites in orbit that apparently hardly anyone uses. Their stock has traded around $1-1.45 for the past six months or so. I considered buying some just out of pure speculation, but ultimately didn't pull the trigger.

Apple announced yesterday that they're planning on putting satellite comm capability in their phones starting as early as next year and may use Globalstar's system for the backbone. In response, GSAT's price jumped from 1.43 to 2.35 yesterday, but fell back to 1.99 today. I'm not sure what the potential really is for GSAT's valuation based on this development, but I thought I'd put it out there.
 

rainy

Kingfisher
From the discord group I'm a member of I am as well as month of my own DD, I am extremely confident in PHIL as a long term hold. I 100% think this company will be uplisting to the NASDAQ or NYSE in a few years. The DD behind the scenes is just massive. And a huge share BB is ongoing.

Just take a look at the revenue generated by the Dubai and Antwerp diamond exchanges. Then consider PHIL wants to replicate that with the Asian Diamond Exchange. The people who created the Dubai diamond exchange are working with PHIL.

Dubai aims to become the world’s biggest international diamond trading hub by 2023. The emirate has come from virtually zero transactions in diamond trading in the late 1990s, to $3.6 billion in 2003, and now over $25 billion in 2018. In 2018, the DDE alone held 29 diamond tenders, valued at around $330 million, which is a 75% increase compared to 2017.


PHIL will get a cut of every ADE transaction and is buying the 600 hectares it will be built on.

Then the Lux Fund expects 5-10B in contracts in a few years.

Never mind all the other subsidiaries.

Do your DD.
 

FrancisK

Kingfisher
Gold Member
From the discord group I'm a member of I am as well as month of my own DD, I am extremely confident in PHIL as a long term hold. I 100% think this company will be uplisting to the NASDAQ or NYSE in a few years. The DD behind the scenes is just massive. And a huge share BB is ongoing.

Just take a look at the revenue generated by the Dubai and Antwerp diamond exchanges. Then consider PHIL wants to replicate that with the Asian Diamond Exchange. The people who created the Dubai diamond exchange are working with PHIL.




PHIL will get a cut of every ADE transaction and is buying the 600 hectares it will be built on.

Then the Lux Fund expects 5-10B in contracts in a few years.

Never mind all the other subsidiaries.

Do your DD.

You’re a good man rainy!!!
 

C-Note

Hummingbird
Gold Member
I mentioned earlier that I thought out of all the junior biopharma stocks on the NASDAQ, two with good potential were Citius (CTXR) and aTyr (LIFE). ATyr popped today when they announced that one of their drugs passed it's 1b/2a trial. It was up about $2.50 from 6.50 to 8.10.

It will initiate a full phase 2/2b trial which will probably take a year or two to produce any results, so their stock will probably eventually drop in price as investors get bored waiting for their next results report. If it drops back down to around $4.00, which is where I previously bought the shares that I'm holding, I'll probably buy some more.

Another one I profiled earlier in this thread, Bellus (BLU) also reported positive interim results from one of its drugs in a phase 2b trial. Its share price was up .60 to 4.52.
 
Last edited:

SingularityOne

Robin
Orthodox
About to get EUA for Critical Care Covid patients. They have no competitors and have immaculate safety and efficacy data. I’d buy in before it’s too late. It’s a bargain right now at around 10 bucks per share.
This is the most recent PR.
 

rainy

Kingfisher
Supposed to be significant PHIL news dropping this week so might be another opportunity to swing if that’s your thing.

But some sell the news so who knows. Will need to wait to see LVL2 live.
 

rainy

Kingfisher
A low float merger play I'm in is IKTO and yield sign was just lifted.

I've been holding prior to the cutoff rules. Not sure you can buy until pink current.
 

rainy

Kingfisher
With PHIL we know about the Lux Fund which will be worth billions, the Asian Diamond Exchange which will be worth many billions, Vinafilms with estimated annual revenues of 100-200K but we need to see the 10K for confirmation.

But huge news now. PHIL is purchasing a 70% ownership stake in Five Grain Treasure Spirits at a valuation of 100M USD. Five Grain supplies Kweichow Moutai which is the largest alcohol company in the world. Both are based in China. For reference Moutai which Five Grain supplies is worth 5X as much as Coca Cola.


This may or may not run hard today but I don't care. The market will eventually adjust to what PHIL is doing and it will be worth far more down the road. What other company has stuff like this in its pipeline and is currently trading under a penny. PHIL is also a M&A company and we're slowly seeing the evidence it will have a billion+ USD in revenue down the road.

According to the Five-Grain development plan, once the acquisition is completed, the company will follow a three-prong growth strategy to reach 200,000,000 liters of bulk spirits per year to supply to other beverage companies and develop its own brand using proprietary manufacturing methods and preferred distribution channels. By reaching these goals, Five-Grain expects to annually generate over US$ 600 million in revenues on the success of the Company’s growth plan.

Kweichow Moutai, the largest alcohol company in the world has recently crossed the $500 billion dollar valuation mark. With a single Baijiu product, they enjoy a 50X expected revenues. Five-Grain will supply bulk spirits to them as well as other major spirits companies.​
 

rainy

Kingfisher
I've been doing a lot of DD tonight. I think my favorite new entry might be AXTG. News will be dropping in Oct so now is the time to get in. While I do trips to pennies sometimes I'm also looking more towards pennies to dollars.

To get you started....I've found a fair amount more but any investor should begin by digging in themselves.

 

rainy

Kingfisher
Real nice run from TGGI. Up about 350% from a couple weeks ago.

OTC is starting to get back to where it was a year ago. We're going to have lot of runners in the coming months.

Just have to hold and be patient.
 

kel

Ostrich
Besides PHIL and TGGI, how do you feel about some of the others you've mentioned this year? HCMC,NOHO, UBQU, FTEG, INCT, etc. have taken a bit of a beating - good time to get in if you're not, or good time to cash out if you are?

I don’t rank UBQU as as sure of a bet as PHIL, AZFL, TGGI and FTEG. But the price is worth the risk for me.

INCT I entered and it’s building momentum at .003. I think it goes pennies by summer. Good DD on it.

HCMC
PHIL
NOHO
UBQU
EWLL
WDLF
FUTL
WRFX
 

rainy

Kingfisher
Besides PHIL and TGGI, how do you feel about some of the others you've mentioned this year? HCMC,NOHO, UBQU, FTEG, INCT, etc. have taken a bit of a beating - good time to get in if you're not, or good time to cash out if you are?
Yeah I'm still in some of them. I will say something I did not expect was the amount of manipulation from the MM's on the OTC after GMC. But I learned a lot.

NOHO- Will wait. It's a merger. I'm on free shares after it ran in Aug.
UBQU- Still in. My average is .0004 so won't take much to make profit. First filings in two years dropped today. But I'll exit after it runs.
FTEG- Still in
AZFL- Have added more. Yesterday actually as I think it bottomed. This will be a good company. But it's a long hold.

PHIL and TGGI I'm heavy in. The others I got out but what can I say, I like the game and the hunt on the OTC.

I love seeing what you see below. Getting in in the .002's and later seeing the run. 700%+ and the PR's aren't even dropping.

Screen Shot 2021-09-21 at 9.04.07 PM.png

It's always a risk at the bottom of the OTC. But my gains from PHIL and TGGI have covered my losses many times over.

I've focused more on mergers and/or strong multi-catalyst companies of late. IKTO, PBYA, JPEX I'm in. ETEK is a confirmed merger which I think will run. AZFL I think runs like TGGI at some point and then well beyond.

There's about 13K tickers on the OTC and roughly 10K won't be traded next Tue as they aren't current. A lot of money will be funneled into the 3K which are. If you look at most 52 week highs it was last winter. So I'm investing and holding thru the winter while taking profits and reinvesting.

I think the safest plays are the upcoming mergers sitting above a penny. JPEX, OCLG, KRFG, FBCD, etc. IKTO another. I like ASTA a lot even though I don't have a position in it. I think stocks like these go 5-10X over the fall/winter.
 

rainy

Kingfisher
@FrancisK I know you like to swing PHIL. Be on the lookout this week. Impossible to know if it will happen but getting word a large P&D group might pump it. If the stock price starts shooting up on Mon/Tue without news, it's this group pumping. They were heavy in the pump to 2 cents a couple months ago.

Also the 10K should drop either this week or next. So expect a run either way due to anticipation. Might buy to get in pre-news and hold for the outcome. Good luck.
 
Last edited:

FrancisK

Kingfisher
Gold Member
@FrancisK I know you like to swing PHIL. Be on the lookout this week. Impossible to know if it will happen but getting word a large P&D group might pump it. If the stock price starts shooting up on Mon/Tue without news, it's this group pumping. They were heavy in the pump to 2 cents a couple months ago.

Also the 10K should drop either this week or next. So expect a run either way due to anticipation. Might buy to get in pre-news and hold for the outcome. Good luck.


I flipped it on that news and bought back in Thursday, thanks for the heads up!!
 

rainy

Kingfisher
I'm actually glad PHIL didn't get pumped. Just churning sideways until the next PR.

Good news with everything bad going on in the world is that the OTC market is definitely heating up as it did last fall-winter.

TGGI- 400%+ and was over 800%
ETEK- 225%+
PUGE- 200%+
JPEX- 300%+
SDVI- 100%+

And we're just entering the bull season. I think SDVI might be one of the next runners once current. Volume and filings suggest it. Not even pink limited yet and it has tripled in price in a few days. ETEK is consolidating nicely before its next run up to a penny IMO.

PHIL 10K due next week.

This is why I love the OTC when it gets hot. Find companies with future PR/catalysts, get in early, wait for the run, take profits and repeat.

If this year is anything like last there are going to be a lot of runners in the next few months. With the scarcity due to the SEC regs I think most pink current trips with catalysts will run at some point. The money has to funnel somewhere. Can see it on the charts. The volume and accumulation.

Always risk involved! I got into FTXP today. Gas/oil. PR/filings. Catalysts. Good luck.
 
Top