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February 11, 2009 – Comments (14)

*BOOM*  Fireworks!  For 2 Penny Stocks.

1) BBDA  (Bebida Beverage):  This one has rallied high and mighty off extroadinary volume.  Now we know why it is up another 44.5% today after posting 400%+ increases in recent trading days (jumping intraday levels of .0001 to as high as .0019).

Bebida Beverage reports landing a strategic partnership with Enzyme Environment Corporation in Indiana to produce Water and Energy Health drinks based on Enzymes.

This combined with their upcoming marketing event at UFC is producing quite a huge run on the stock.

The SHORTS have come in finally on this penny runner and it is highly recommended that investors wanting a piece of BBDA back off for a few weeks and wait for that RSI to drop to at least 50.

2) EAG)  American Defense Systems up 8 cents today, which is an increase of 10%, off the news of landing an increased order of their protection kits for construction vehicles from TACOM LCMC.

(DISCLAIMER:  I mention these 2 stocks as I have been a buyer of these 2 stocks.

I talk about other PENNY stocks doing well today but I can't find any on my watch list.
Feel free to use the comments section to report on any recent success if you are a penny stock investor.

NOTE:  HEY TIM and RICHARD.... Eat your heart out!  Those who invested in BBDA .0002 experienced a gain of nearly 1000%

14 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On February 11, 2009 at 11:23 AM, Varchild2008 (84.56) wrote:

Found some more note worthy penny stocks.

1) SDRG   up 14%.... Press releaser deals with one of their mining projects.

2) PYBX:  Up 20 % year to date off news of landing a publishing deal.  Playbox will publish/distribute Adam Beyer's Tech DJ music.

Short of it is thus... Penny Stocks work!

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#2) On February 11, 2009 at 11:35 AM, jddubya (< 20) wrote:

I bought XOHO last november. Always seems to be good news related to it's operations. I'm novice at this stuff so I'd love to hear any other comments about this or any other penny stocks.

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#3) On February 11, 2009 at 12:10 PM, EverydayInvestor (< 20) wrote:

I wish I could give you negative recs.

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#4) On February 11, 2009 at 12:33 PM, philippalmer (92.26) wrote:


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#5) On February 11, 2009 at 12:55 PM, Schmacko (90.01) wrote:

Congrats on getting lucky and getting in early on the pump man.  BBDA is still not a real company so be careful.  EESO the "company" they just announced a strategic partnership with is also not a real company.  EESO was pumped heavily from the sup penny level up to 5cents and now is being dumped.  If the same clowns are running the same game on BBDA you might get lucky and see BBDA break the 1 cent level or higher.


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#6) On February 11, 2009 at 12:59 PM, socialconscious wrote:

Penny stocks are like fishing with your hands. They work in limited circumstances and places. That beings said all best.   

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#7) On February 11, 2009 at 1:44 PM, TMFAleph1 (92.90) wrote:

FYI -- There is no such thing as a penny stock investor.

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#8) On February 11, 2009 at 3:23 PM, socialconscious wrote:

Hold it peoples! I do not want to judge anybody because enough of small caps are penny stocks now.Seriously for me on purpose penny stocks can compromise 1% of your portfolio under the speculative heading under special situation play. Also one has to admit pennies are largely a zero sum game like poker.Largely not for me.

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#9) On February 11, 2009 at 3:24 PM, socialconscious wrote:

enough of MY small caps are pennies stocks now. IT should read

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#10) On February 11, 2009 at 3:37 PM, Schmacko (90.01) wrote:

There are legitimate companies that meet the penny stock definition, which is what $4.50 or less I think.  There's nothing wrong with investing in a company with a low share price if you think it's a legitimate company, with a business you understand/believe in/is growing/whatever, and you think the balance sheet looks decent.  There are however sub penny stocks like BBDA that are pure pump n dump gimmicks.  They have no real product or operations just a website and some press releases.  I think these "companies" are what marathon was refering too.  You're not really investing in them cause there's no underlying business to invest in.  You're just gambling.  The gamble is that you'll be able to ride it up and then dump it before the scammers do.  But with all forms of gambling if you stay in the game long enough you're eventually going to lose so be careful.

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#11) On February 11, 2009 at 4:01 PM, Varchild2008 (84.56) wrote:

Even if Pirannha spring water bottles are seen at the UFC event, will you still believe the company doesn't exist?

Won't Feb. 21st finally put an end to at least whether or not the company exists?  The bandanas seem to exist.

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#12) On February 11, 2009 at 4:54 PM, Schmacko (90.01) wrote:

Stephen W. Carnes was the president and CEO of Renovo Holdings (What Bebida used to be) he's a known pump and dump scammer.  He also acted as a consultant for EESO, the company Bebida is going into a strategic partnership with, through his company Signature Leisure something or rather (SGLS).  EESO as stated earlier was pumped from sub penny levels to 5cents and today after the announcement of their buisness merger sold off hard (the dump).  SGLS also looks like it started a pump run around december and is tapering off now.

But lets look at more fake company evidence- BBDA has no current SEC filings and in fact the remaning unissued shares of the company were deregisterd with the SEC.  The main thing here is they have no balance sheet for you to look over.  Before they deregistered with the SEC you could see that as of July 2008 the company had abolutely no assets and hadn't for years.  It didn't even have a business plan.  A few months later it suddenly changes it's name and has a production facility in Brazil and is distributing bottled water... how'd they make that happen with no assets and lots of liabilities? 

They have a promotion on their website where you can win $5000 worth of cash and prizes if you send in a photo of yourself with a bottle of their water, which I find hilarious since their water doesn't exist.  Have you ever seen it in a store?  Of course you haven't and neither has anyone else.  But they say if your local store doesn't carry it you should request that the store contact their distributor.... but they don't say who their distributor is, because they don't have one... because they don't have a product.   They also have a coupon you can get off their website (with no barcode) that you can use to get a free bottle of water... if you can find one.  Irionically in the fine print on the coupon it states that it's cash value is 1/100th of a cent, which was about what the company's stock was trading for when this promotion started.

They also "make" water marketed towards kids... which also made me laugh cause it's one of the dumber things I've ever heard of from a beverage company.

So now they got a partnership with another fake company to make beverages with enzymes.... what does that even mean?!?  Look at ESSO's website and "product" line.  It's all household cleaners (that you've never heard of).  Why would a company that makes household cleaners suddenly get in the beverage business, that just sounds dumb (and sorta dangerous).  Are the enzymes going to clean out my insides.

But, but, bandanas and outlaws- I have two theories on this.  1) Dan the outlaw Hardy doesn't know he's being sponsored by this company or 2) Dan the Outlaw Hardy is in all fariness a no-name up and coming MMA guy from england.  You could probably sponsor him for $500-$1000 dollars.  And all you have to do is spend a couple of bucks to get a bandana with a pirahna on it made.  Now the pumpers of this stock probably have a few hundred million shares that they plan on dumping.  Say the sell it for .0025/share (which is barely up from today's levels) that's a $250,000 profit per 100mil shares dumped.  Spending $1000 to help convince suckers online that your fake company is really real for the ability to make $250,000+ doesn't seem like that bad an investment.

Seriously good job on the timing but please don't let the current run go to your head.  You are not going to hold this company for years and retire on the profits when it blows up.  They'll probably keep pumping it up til at least the MMA match.  You don't have a large amount in so you don't ahve a large amount to lose but don't get too greedy it will come back down drastically.

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#13) On February 11, 2009 at 5:57 PM, bootz27 (< 20) wrote:

Schmako  Is myst a real company?

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#14) On February 11, 2009 at 7:33 PM, Tastylunch (28.64) wrote:

Good luck actually getting back out of these companies.

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