Barny Frank Bill & a Gambling Stock, Info only

love2winalot

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Hiya: I get Internetional Living Magazine, and e mails. I got this today, and am simply posting it as it regards the Bill to legalize on line gambling, and tax it, in the USA.
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So how much does Penny Stock Specialist cost and how can you get started?

Well, before I give you the full details, there's one more penny stock secret I'd like to tell you about...


The secret penny stock behind Congress' new law

In an effort to boost cash for the Treasury, the U.S. government just introduced a bill to legalize and regulate online gambling in the United States.

Right now, Barney Frank - chairman of the Financial Services Committee - is putting the finishing touches on the new law, which would legalize, regulate, and ultimately tax online gambling in the U.S.

And here's the incredible part.

If this new law gets passed, it would almost certainly mean enormous gains for one small $3 stock.

You see, online Poker is the segment of the Internet gaming industry that would benefit most by the passage of this new law. Research firm Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative estimates online poker is a $100 billion industry (we believe it will be more like $200 billion if the new law gets passed - as more people opt to gamble from the comfort of their homes).

This small $3 stock is already one of the leading providers of software that powers online poker sites. If the online gambling law is passed, Frank Curzio says this small-cap company's sales could skyrocket as much as 400%.

How do we know this to be true?

Just consider the following...

As of right now, this company receives all of its revenue from outside the U.S. But the company is currently positioning itself to be a major player in the U.S.

In fact, management expects it would be one of the first poker software companies to get licenses to operate in the U.S. once the law is changed.

A recent quote from company officials:

We are optimistic about the eventual opening of the U.S. market to online poker... As the only NASDAQ listed poker firm with poker software 100% developed in Boston, Massachusetts, we believe we are best positioned to obtain the license when first available.

Not to mention, one of its affiliates recently secured a multi-year promotional agreement to sponsor the World Series of Poker (WSOP), the largest poker tournament in the world.

The question is, of course, will the new law get passed?

Well, according to a recent report from the Joint Committee on Taxation, Internet gambling could generate up to $42 BILLION in tax revenue over the next decade... other estimates are as high as $60 BILLION.

Already, 60 House lawmakers have signed on to the new bill. With Democrats controlling Congress, this bill is likely to pass.

Not only that, but the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department have expressed support for the new law as well - granting the bill's creator, Barney Frank, extra time to set up a system to regulate and collect taxes.

Congress will officially decide in June.

In other words, the time to get in on this small company is right now, while the stock is small and cheap.

You see, the biggest gains are likely to come in the run up to Congress' decision. I believe you can buy this stock today, and make double your money BEFORE congress even makes a decision.

Then, we recommend you sell half your stake... and let the rest ride. You'll essentially be playing with the "house's" money, and all of your original investment will be back in your pocket.

In short, we could easily see a 100%-200% gain over the next 4-5 months, as the decision draws near.

And the icing on the cake: If the bill goes through, the stock could go even higher... much higher. We wouldn't be surprised to see a 200% -- 500% gain over the next 6 months with this small stock.

You see, this situation is another example of one of Frank's small stock secrets... finding penny stocks that will benefit from new government legislation.

Frank's included the full details in his report Online Gambling Profits: The Secret Penny Stock Behind Congress' New Law.

This Report is included with a one-year subscription to Penny Stock Specialist.

A subscription, by the way, costs just $250.

This fee entitles you to a one-year Subscription to Frank's research, plus all of the Reports I've mentioned in this letter.

But here's the best part...

You now have the chance to become a subscriber to Penny Stock Specialist, and take advantage of all of the opportunities I've described here.

And again, you are agreeing only to TRY our work to see if it's right for you.

If not, you can receive a full refund in the first 90 days, no questions asked.
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I am not endorsing this, or even know if i agree with it or not, it is just food for thought.
 

4 of a kind

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I've been an active player on Wall Street most of my life. Unfortunately my 15 minutes of negative fame came back in the 90's, with my connection and involvement with a firm on Wall Street. It was a weird experience reading about myself in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and in several other local newspapers.

I mention the above simply to let you know that I know my way around, and how things for the most part work rather well on Wall Street. Hell, I even learned the inner workings of the SEC and how the federal government functions in the northeastern district.

So, my point in all this hogwash is; if I learned anything while investing was that in 95% of the cases if a person invests based on news that he or she read about, or on information that hits the streets, (meaning us the average nobody when it comes to Wall Street) are most definitely doomed.

Save your $250.00 dollar subscription and give a go with the slots, you have a better chance.
 

rockycatt

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I've been an active player on Wall Street most of my life. Unfortunately my 15 minutes of negative fame came back in the 90's, with my connection and involvement with a firm on Wall Street. It was a weird experience reading about myself in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and in several other local newspapers.

I mention the above simply to let you know that I know my way around, and how things for the most part work rather well on Wall Street. Hell, I even learned the inner workings of the SEC and how the federal government functions in the northeastern district.

So, my point in all this hogwash is; if I learned anything while investing was that in 95% of the cases if a person invests based on news that he or she read about, or on information that hits the streets, (meaning us the average nobody when it comes to Wall Street) are most definitely doomed.

Save your $250.00 dollar subscription and give a go with the slots, you have a better chance.

:) howed it go ,bet on rumer sell on news oh ya i liked the dead cat bounce thing with the short sellers
 

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:) howed it go ,bet on rumer sell on news oh ya i liked the dead cat bounce thing with the short sellers

There are endless sayings and many of them are true. With your example quote above, you also had to be certain which was rumor and which was news.

I know in many cases we waited for the street to start buying, which is when we unloaded. When the buys started coming in less then a thousand shares was the indication that the street was buying.

Also don't get me wrong here. Many people just like you and I made millions on Wall Street. There are tons of great long term benefits that come with investing. But many a deals are also being made. Caution is the main word here.
 

rockycatt

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There are endless sayings and many of them are true. With your example quote above, you also had to be certain which was rumor and which was news.

I know in many cases we waited for the street to start buying, which is when we unloaded. When the buys started coming in less then a thousand shares was the indication that the street was buying.

Also don't get me wrong here. Many people just like you and I made millions on Wall Street. There are tons of great long term benefits that come with investing. But many a deals are also being made. Caution is the main word here.

ive done a bit do you remember cullinet software my broker says to me
lets sell naked calls because of 20 plus quarters of strieght earninings

well you guessed it off 3.00 next day :eek: i bot another paper i thought
miss print before i choked him :D that was 500 shrs [5 contracts ]

so we buy 5 more to avaredg down after the smoke clears at 10.. less

long story short i got out on black friday at 13.00 a share and monday it was at zero :D:D now laugh then :eek::eek:
 

love2winalot

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Hiya: Thanks 4 of a kind for posting. I have never bought a stock or bond in my life. It is gambling releated, so i posted it. I agree, i like, MY, Odds better at the Roulette table, than any stocks or such..:cool:

Personally, i do not think this bill has a chance in Hell of passing. If so, Someone else would have done it years ago. I am going to highjack my own thread.......:rolleyes:

Last year we bought a bank foreclosed house, "where we live now", for $22,000. I, and some Maintenance friends from apartments i use to manage, fixed it up. Total added investment was just under $8,000. So, I have a $30,000 house with new appliances/carpet/paint/plumbing/and so. We bought it Cash.

imhop I do not see how I could lose money on this investment. I do not see how i would not double my money on this investment. imhop, this is the way to go. I have seen people buy a house for K25, and not do a damn thing to it, and not even change the pictures on realator pages, and sell it for x2-x3 what they bought it for.

ps: You can not get a loan for under K40. So you have to buy it cash.
 

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No you did good lovestowin. It's interesting and I get stuff like that because someone out there thinks I am wealthy or something LOL and without all of this good info in here, I might have taken 'advantage' of it and come out even less wealthy. :lolup: Thank you.
 

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