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Amico Games Stock Pumper Getting Desperate



March 19, 2010 – Comments (3)

Nothing sadder than a failing stock promotion.


Here, for the record, is this outfit's "disclaimer," which doesn't disclaim much, and I wonder if it even rises to the level of sufficient, given the general tendency of pumpers to sell right into any pop they generate. Many of your pumping shops at least have the guts to tell you they'll sell the specific issue outright (albeit in fine print). This outfit doesn't have the brass to do anything other than hide an overly vague warning a long way from the email sent out. (no direct hyperlink, of course, and the disclaimer hidden away in a graphic, so the text will be hidden from many by mail-reader default...



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Hi Everyone,
For all our new subscribers, Welcome!

AMCG took a retraction today as some short positions entered into the mix.
These shorters must eventually recover their position by repurchasing the shares shorted.
Once these positions are recovered (which we believe to be in the very very near future), we expect very strong positive momentum to arise!

AMCG also traded close to 4 million in volume! The most it ever has in the past!
This strong volume is without a doubt catching the eye of Wallstreet!

On another positive note: AMCG just announced a new game they will be developing!

The game "Journey to the West Online II" is expected to capture over 3 million new players within the first year of launch!
The game is also expected to generate revenues over 18M RMB (2.6M USD) in this same time frame.

Overall, this is once again fantastic news for AMCG!

Link to PR

We continue to believe that AMCG has absolutely Huge Potential,
And we definitely think that it could be our Next Big Gainer!

For those of you who missed out last 2 alerts on AMCG, read below:

- AMCG has just been approved for a 40% income tax reduction!

Great news for the company: They will be paying 40% less in taxes!
That means 40% more profit than before!

This truly is fantastic news; showing both that the company will be more profitable in the future, and will be in a much more secure position!

Link to PR

- AMCG is rapidly growing the red hot online gaming market!

Similar companies such as Zynga and Playfish are making billion dollars a year with the most simple and most profitable online games!

- AMCG is rapidly growing and penetrating into the HUGE China market.

China is the worlds most rapidly advancing country. Each of these people have access to advanced cellphones, computers and internet.

With the population getting access to more and more credit cards, Chinese gaming companies are perfectly placed to monetize and profit from this huge population.

- AMCG specializes in the extremely popular MMORPG market.

Which one of us hasn't heard of World of Warcraft, and of how much money it's making every single month from it's members? The MMORPG is the most profitable and the fastest growing market in the gaming industry, and AMCG is once again right in the middle of the action!

- AMCG is determined to provide the most amazing gaming experiences to it's players

By adding new technologies and new marketing methods, and thinking outside the box as much as possible, AMCG is showing an extremely promising future!

Want more information about Amico Games Corp. (AMCG)?

For about 10 years, AMCG has been a cutting edge interactive entertainment media company, specializing in developing multiplayer networked mobile phone games that are played over the mobile internet in China.

Last year, AMCG acquired Galaxy Software Ltd., another privately owned Chinese gaming company, which was one of the first game developers in China, as well as the first company to provide games over China's WAP network (the world's largest network).

Make sure to check out their awesome website at

To Recap: We think that AMCG is a fantastic company, with incredible potential in the rapidly expanding Chinese Gaming Market.

We believe that the future is very bright for AMCG!

Make sure to watch AMCG very closely tomorrow!

Happy Trading,

Your PennyStockAdvice Editor. 

3 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On March 19, 2010 at 9:15 AM, outoffocus (22.96) wrote:

I just got another email for the very same stock. UNLA

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Editor's Desk: Up 17% the first day, 50% the next, and 28% yesterday; we've called it UP three times and we still think this stock has more room to run.

What company has been enjoying broad upward swings in price and has a dynamic, Internet-aware business model? What stock has a social networking site with millions of members, an Internet yellow-pages with another million searches, and cellular Internet access across the U.S.?

It's our favorite stock for the month ..


Unilava [UNLA] is a telecom and Internet company with a operations including search, cellular Internet and social networking (think Facebook, Myspace, Orkut, and Superpages). It's cellular company covers much of the U.S. through a relationship with a gigantic cellular provider.

Huge subscriber numbers on it's social networking site mean advertising revenue streams. It's yellow pages website provides search to the entire web! Cellular Internet with easily purchased USB Internet cards caters to business travelers and consumers alike!
Long distance provider in all 50 states, with lower rates than the big boys. Provides investors with an opportunity to invest in the hottest industries without allocating a large chunk of their investment capital.

Social Networking Advertising is Growing and Growing ...
Social network advertising dollars will grow to well over $1B in 2010! The more subscribers a site has (or traffic), the more opportunity for advertising revenue. Unilava's site is growing by the day!

Reasons We (Still!) Love UNLA...

It's pushing higher prices by the day, and yet we can still purchase a "block" (10,000 shares) for around four grand! We believe it could easily double in value; investors could make 200%. When in the world do we expect social networking and telecom to cool off? No time soon. It's 3G wireless Internet card piggy-backs on one of the largest cellular networks in the country, providing easy access to millions of potential monthly subscribers.

UNLA [Unilava Corp]
Pick Price: $0.17 (CURRENTY @ $0.38; well over 200% gain and still going)!
Outstanding Shares: A round 100 million!


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#2) On March 19, 2010 at 12:47 PM, TMFBent (99.20) wrote:

we should have this one in the cesspool... er portfolio, by now.

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#3) On March 20, 2010 at 6:41 PM, megalong (< 20) wrote:

"Great news for the company: They will be paying 40% less in taxes!
That means 40% more profit than before!"

Accounting FAIL.

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