Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kibo Mining LSE:KIBO London Ordinary Share IE00B97C0C31 ORD EUR0.015
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 4.75p 4.70p 4.80p 4.75p 4.75p 4.75p 50,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -4.5 -1.0 - 30.13

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20/8/2018
11:27
"We are on the home run"This misleading ramping idiot has been saying that this or some other news is coming SINCE 2015 they do not have a clue where are the rest of the RAMPERS sold out already whilst they encouraging others to buy?"One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum and too many times investors can make bad buy decisions by following the ramper's misguided advice. Remember, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don't know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable. Here are 15 ways you can identify the stock discussion board ramper. I've seen the same behaviors in the stock rampers across many stock forums. Once you know the warning signs, you can learn to spot the ramper much more easily: 1. The rampers post exorbitant stock price predictions.2. The rampers warn others they better get in now or else. Their "buy now" posts almost sound like threats.3. They attack those who disagree with their lofty predictions. They cannot back up their arguments with a rational discussion, so they resort to petty name calling and telling others who disagree with them that they are "full of it." 4. They are not open minded. You cannot have an intelligent discussion with these types. They will do whatever they can to discredit those who disagree with them by spreading false information. They are very often antagonistic.5. They post their predictions over and over and over desperately hoping to move the market. They never do, because what they say is insignificant to the market. That is because no one knows who they are (see below).6. The rampers rarely (if ever) backs up their predictions with concrete, specific numbers - if they do, projected sales numbers are way beyond what the company, analysts, and industry insiders say is realistic. But somehow, according to them, even people in the company are overly PESSIMISTIC when it comes to their own sales projections.7. They post anonymously - they are no-names in the financial world or the particular industry that the company is involved in. Credible people who make lofty stock price predictions will often post their real names – or link to articles they have published - so others can get a feel for their pedigree and can research their background. The vast majority of credible stock market heavyweights do not post in discussion forums. If they do, they usually tell people who they are and can prove it. 8. Oftentimes the rampers are hired by boiler room operations. Their pay grade is whatever you could imagine a company would pay someone to post on Internet forums – not much above minimum wage.9. Rampers often talk of a fictitious track record in predictions - legends in their own mind. They rattle off all their past "accurate" predictions including that the sun was going to rise in the east today.10. It is obvious that the rampers have an agenda on the discussion board. They are not objective about the financial environment, the company, management, etc. Their posts carry the same one-sided theme. Bad news is good news in reverse. Any good news (even modest good news) is an affirmation of how the stock is going to appreciate to incredible levels shortly.11. They appear to be rabid on their support of the company – beyond a reasonable amount of enthusiasm, the ramper comes across as almost crazed in his/her excitement. 12. Rampers are egotistical, and it comes across in their posts. Anyone who does not agree with them is an "idiot," even those who are esteemed in their respective field. They are not respectful of those who disagree with their predictions.13. When the stock is on a run, the ramping intensifies – the stock is "going to the moon." This, incidentally, is often a great time to sell the stock. Remember, no one every went broke taking profits.14. When the stock is in a lull, the ramping may intensify in a desperate attempt to do a quick pump and dump scheme.15. The ramper will unceremoniously dump the stock when their mission has been accomplished. Those remaining in the stock are now deemed to be "bagholders" by the pumper. The rampers continue their agenda over and over. It happens on every stock discussion board – especially on penny stock boards, when pump and dump operators and boiler room operators feel they can have an impact on a thinly traded stock. Fortunately, with practice, we can learn to spot the ramper once we know the red flags. With experience, you get an intuitive feel about various posters on the Internet – even with the anonymous nature of these stock forums. Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor."
aimchimp
20/8/2018
10:48
AimC I post here, I don't ramp you may have noticed, because I am a holder of Kibo shares. You, I do believe, do not hold Kibo shares and yet you post here more frequently than I do. Strange that don't you think - except this is a job for you and you clearly need the pittance?
uknighted
20/8/2018
10:28
Lurker commander in chief of cretinism Come on you can 'fess up. tell us about the day your application for CEO of Kibo was ignored. The only expanding megalomania, is that which is trapped inside your limited tiny mind. You know nothing of any arrangements that may or may not come to pass with SEPCO and or GE. Stop trying to pretend you are the de facto CEO of KIBO, you are grossly under qualified as your rejection for this post has already determined. SOOOOON going to be yabadabadoooooooooo time. Lest we forget, just for the Chimp who has an IQ lower than my average of 3.97 and his even more clueless mouse. Fully cashed up and SEPCO to fund on MCPP FC. FC looking to be not far away. Tanzania PPA completed and delivered Botswana DID YOU SEE THAT ICPR yipeee yiyahhhh mudder fudders. NOW the SML to follow,yipeee Mozambique more than just a starter SEPCOIII funding the transmission lines NOW SANDERSONS debt cleared SML FINAL documents completed and submitted, SOOOOOOOOn, IMMINENT Tomorrow the rest of sub Saharan Africa, then the world A Trolls worst nightmare. The more the aim chimp climbs the pole the more you see is Butt and those immortal words tattooed there. AIM CHUMP ( with a mouse in his pocket)
spooks4
20/8/2018
10:26
Lurker commander in chief of cretinism Come on you can 'fess up. tell us about the day your application for CEO of Kibo was ignored. The only expanding megalomania, is that which is trapped inside your limited tiny mind. You know nothing of any arrangements that may or may not come to pass with SEPCO and or GE. Stop trying to pretend you are the de facto CEO of KIBO, you are grossly under qualified as your rejection for this post has already determined. SOOOOON going to be yabadabadoooooooooo time. Lest we forget, just for the Chimp who has an IQ lower than my average of 3.97 and his even more clueless mouse. Fully cashed up and SEPCO to fund on MCPP FC. FC looking to be not far away. Tanzania PPA completed and delivered Botswana DID YOU SEE THAT ICPR yipeee yiyahhhh mudder fudders. NOW the SML to follow,yipeee Mozambique more than just a starter SEPCOIII funding the transmission lines NOW SANDERSONS debt cleared SML FINAL documents completed and submitted, SOOOOOOOOn, IMMINENT Tomorrow the rest of sub Saharan Africa, then the world A Trolls worst nightmare. The more the aim chimp climbs the pole the more you see is Butt and those immortal words tattooed there. AIM CHUMP ( with a mouse in his pocket)
spooks4
20/8/2018
10:18
Fair point from Mike... As we know ours is a project of strategic national importance so although we are on the home run might be more than a week for our Special Mining Licence.Yet who can really tell it could even land tomorrow right?Today 10:10 Price: 4.75mikemike 7,222 postsRE: Wheels are finally turning....Being a ML it will be simple to get it through to the final stages, no AG or cabinet needed. I think ours being managed at the top end may still take a bit more time.No Opinion#Stratosphere_Bound
guitars4stars
20/8/2018
10:10
It's the final countdown!yaki 1,966 postsRE: its begunWell spotted WimboActually, I can see quite a few other ML applications whose status changed from Application to Application Recommended.My understanding is that it means that all technical work completed and now up to the Mining Comm to consider the licence application at its next meeting and decide whether to issue it!
guitars4stars
20/8/2018
09:51
More RAMPING from the usual face(s) what is their motives and agenda?"One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum and too many times investors can make bad buy decisions by following the ramper's misguided advice. Remember, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don't know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable. Here are 15 ways you can identify the stock discussion board ramper. I've seen the same behaviors in the stock rampers across many stock forums. Once you know the warning signs, you can learn to spot the ramper much more easily: 1. The rampers post exorbitant stock price predictions.2. The rampers warn others they better get in now or else. Their "buy now" posts almost sound like threats.3. They attack those who disagree with their lofty predictions. They cannot back up their arguments with a rational discussion, so they resort to petty name calling and telling others who disagree with them that they are "full of it." 4. They are not open minded. You cannot have an intelligent discussion with these types. They will do whatever they can to discredit those who disagree with them by spreading false information. They are very often antagonistic.5. They post their predictions over and over and over desperately hoping to move the market. They never do, because what they say is insignificant to the market. That is because no one knows who they are (see below).6. The rampers rarely (if ever) backs up their predictions with concrete, specific numbers - if they do, projected sales numbers are way beyond what the company, analysts, and industry insiders say is realistic. But somehow, according to them, even people in the company are overly PESSIMISTIC when it comes to their own sales projections.7. They post anonymously - they are no-names in the financial world or the particular industry that the company is involved in. Credible people who make lofty stock price predictions will often post their real names – or link to articles they have published - so others can get a feel for their pedigree and can research their background. The vast majority of credible stock market heavyweights do not post in discussion forums. If they do, they usually tell people who they are and can prove it. 8. Oftentimes the rampers are hired by boiler room operations. Their pay grade is whatever you could imagine a company would pay someone to post on Internet forums – not much above minimum wage.9. Rampers often talk of a fictitious track record in predictions - legends in their own mind. They rattle off all their past "accurate" predictions including that the sun was going to rise in the east today.10. It is obvious that the rampers have an agenda on the discussion board. They are not objective about the financial environment, the company, management, etc. Their posts carry the same one-sided theme. Bad news is good news in reverse. Any good news (even modest good news) is an affirmation of how the stock is going to appreciate to incredible levels shortly.11. They appear to be rabid on their support of the company – beyond a reasonable amount of enthusiasm, the ramper comes across as almost crazed in his/her excitement. 12. Rampers are egotistical, and it comes across in their posts. Anyone who does not agree with them is an "idiot," even those who are esteemed in their respective field. They are not respectful of those who disagree with their predictions.13. When the stock is on a run, the ramping intensifies – the stock is "going to the moon." This, incidentally, is often a great time to sell the stock. Remember, no one every went broke taking profits.14. When the stock is in a lull, the ramping may intensify in a desperate attempt to do a quick pump and dump scheme.15. The ramper will unceremoniously dump the stock when their mission has been accomplished. Those remaining in the stock are now deemed to be "bagholders" by the pumper. The rampers continue their agenda over and over. It happens on every stock discussion board – especially on penny stock boards, when pump and dump operators and boiler room operators feel they can have an impact on a thinly traded stock. Fortunately, with practice, we can learn to spot the ramper once we know the red flags. With experience, you get an intuitive feel about various posters on the Internet – even with the anonymous nature of these stock forums. Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor."
aimchimp
20/8/2018
09:49
Wheels are turning & Licenses being progressed - will ours be next? What an exciting time for holders in Kibo Energy.... :) http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/203192/walkabout-resources-increasing-share-price-attracts-asx-speeding-ticket-203192.html
guitars4stars
20/8/2018
09:43
One would Imagine the filtered agenda idiot Aim Chimp doesn't get paid much though uk lol...
guitars4stars
20/8/2018
09:39
Do you really believe that UKN how you are naivety perhaps you shouldn't listen to the little voices that tell you these things in your head!Sharing how to spot RAMPERS is not advices you fool but when you are RAMPING and MISLEADING and making it seem you have insider information and stating your "research" as FACT then THIS IS MISLEADING ADVICES you do not want to accept this for some reasons! You are blinded fool!"One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum and too many times investors can make bad buy decisions by following the ramper's misguided advice. Remember, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don't know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable. Here are 15 ways you can identify the stock discussion board ramper. I've seen the same behaviors in the stock rampers across many stock forums. Once you know the warning signs, you can learn to spot the ramper much more easily: 1. The rampers post exorbitant stock price predictions.2. The rampers warn others they better get in now or else. Their "buy now" posts almost sound like threats.3. They attack those who disagree with their lofty predictions. They cannot back up their arguments with a rational discussion, so they resort to petty name calling and telling others who disagree with them that they are "full of it." 4. They are not open minded. You cannot have an intelligent discussion with these types. They will do whatever they can to discredit those who disagree with them by spreading false information. They are very often antagonistic.5. They post their predictions over and over and over desperately hoping to move the market. They never do, because what they say is insignificant to the market. That is because no one knows who they are (see below).6. The rampers rarely (if ever) backs up their predictions with concrete, specific numbers - if they do, projected sales numbers are way beyond what the company, analysts, and industry insiders say is realistic. But somehow, according to them, even people in the company are overly PESSIMISTIC when it comes to their own sales projections.7. They post anonymously - they are no-names in the financial world or the particular industry that the company is involved in. Credible people who make lofty stock price predictions will often post their real names – or link to articles they have published - so others can get a feel for their pedigree and can research their background. The vast majority of credible stock market heavyweights do not post in discussion forums. If they do, they usually tell people who they are and can prove it. 8. Oftentimes the rampers are hired by boiler room operations. Their pay grade is whatever you could imagine a company would pay someone to post on Internet forums – not much above minimum wage.9. Rampers often talk of a fictitious track record in predictions - legends in their own mind. They rattle off all their past "accurate" predictions including that the sun was going to rise in the east today.10. It is obvious that the rampers have an agenda on the discussion board. They are not objective about the financial environment, the company, management, etc. Their posts carry the same one-sided theme. Bad news is good news in reverse. Any good news (even modest good news) is an affirmation of how the stock is going to appreciate to incredible levels shortly.11. They appear to be rabid on their support of the company – beyond a reasonable amount of enthusiasm, the ramper comes across as almost crazed in his/her excitement. 12. Rampers are egotistical, and it comes across in their posts. Anyone who does not agree with them is an "idiot," even those who are esteemed in their respective field. They are not respectful of those who disagree with their predictions.13. When the stock is on a run, the ramping intensifies – the stock is "going to the moon." This, incidentally, is often a great time to sell the stock. Remember, no one every went broke taking profits.14. When the stock is in a lull, the ramping may intensify in a desperate attempt to do a quick pump and dump scheme.15. The ramper will unceremoniously dump the stock when their mission has been accomplished. Those remaining in the stock are now deemed to be "bagholders" by the pumper. The rampers continue their agenda over and over. It happens on every stock discussion board – especially on penny stock boards, when pump and dump operators and boiler room operators feel they can have an impact on a thinly traded stock. Fortunately, with practice, we can learn to spot the ramper once we know the red flags. With experience, you get an intuitive feel about various posters on the Internet – even with the anonymous nature of these stock forums. Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor."
aimchimp
20/8/2018
09:37
AIMChimp claims not to give advice yet he posted: "Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor.” AIMChimp's problem is he does as he is told by his paymaster but he really doesn't understand what he is doing.
uknighted
20/8/2018
09:13
Why "Dave" guitars4stars @turnerguitars LAGUNAB do you need to have so many different accounts and avatars? That is very suspicious and why block user but still make negative commentary about them? Again this very strange behaviour unless you have AGENDA."One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum and too many times investors can make bad buy decisions by following the ramper's misguided advice. Remember, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don't know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable. Here are 15 ways you can identify the stock discussion board ramper. I've seen the same behaviors in the stock rampers across many stock forums. Once you know the warning signs, you can learn to spot the ramper much more easily: 1. The rampers post exorbitant stock price predictions.2. The rampers warn others they better get in now or else. Their "buy now" posts almost sound like threats.3. They attack those who disagree with their lofty predictions. They cannot back up their arguments with a rational discussion, so they resort to petty name calling and telling others who disagree with them that they are "full of it." 4. They are not open minded. You cannot have an intelligent discussion with these types. They will do whatever they can to discredit those who disagree with them by spreading false information. They are very often antagonistic.5. They post their predictions over and over and over desperately hoping to move the market. They never do, because what they say is insignificant to the market. That is because no one knows who they are (see below).6. The rampers rarely (if ever) backs up their predictions with concrete, specific numbers - if they do, projected sales numbers are way beyond what the company, analysts, and industry insiders say is realistic. But somehow, according to them, even people in the company are overly PESSIMISTIC when it comes to their own sales projections.7. They post anonymously - they are no-names in the financial world or the particular industry that the company is involved in. Credible people who make lofty stock price predictions will often post their real names – or link to articles they have published - so others can get a feel for their pedigree and can research their background. The vast majority of credible stock market heavyweights do not post in discussion forums. If they do, they usually tell people who they are and can prove it. 8. Oftentimes the rampers are hired by boiler room operations. Their pay grade is whatever you could imagine a company would pay someone to post on Internet forums – not much above minimum wage.9. Rampers often talk of a fictitious track record in predictions - legends in their own mind. They rattle off all their past "accurate" predictions including that the sun was going to rise in the east today.10. It is obvious that the rampers have an agenda on the discussion board. They are not objective about the financial environment, the company, management, etc. Their posts carry the same one-sided theme. Bad news is good news in reverse. Any good news (even modest good news) is an affirmation of how the stock is going to appreciate to incredible levels shortly.11. They appear to be rabid on their support of the company – beyond a reasonable amount of enthusiasm, the ramper comes across as almost crazed in his/her excitement. 12. Rampers are egotistical, and it comes across in their posts. Anyone who does not agree with them is an "idiot," even those who are esteemed in their respective field. They are not respectful of those who disagree with their predictions.13. When the stock is on a run, the ramping intensifies – the stock is "going to the moon." This, incidentally, is often a great time to sell the stock. Remember, no one every went broke taking profits.14. When the stock is in a lull, the ramping may intensify in a desperate attempt to do a quick pump and dump scheme.15. The ramper will unceremoniously dump the stock when their mission has been accomplished. Those remaining in the stock are now deemed to be "bagholders" by the pumper. The rampers continue their agenda over and over. It happens on every stock discussion board – especially on penny stock boards, when pump and dump operators and boiler room operators feel they can have an impact on a thinly traded stock. Fortunately, with practice, we can learn to spot the ramper once we know the red flags. With experience, you get an intuitive feel about various posters on the Internet – even with the anonymous nature of these stock forums. Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor."
aimchimp
20/8/2018
09:10
Very jolly UKN you can believe that if it make you feel better but I think you are protesting too much! #awkwardSharing how to spot RAMPERS is not advices you fool but when you are RAMPING and MISLEADING and making it seem you have insider information and stating your "research" as FACT then THIS IS MISLEADING ADVICES you do not want to accept this for some reasons! You are blinded fool!"One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum and too many times investors can make bad buy decisions by following the ramper's misguided advice. Remember, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don't know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable. Here are 15 ways you can identify the stock discussion board ramper. I've seen the same behaviors in the stock rampers across many stock forums. Once you know the warning signs, you can learn to spot the ramper much more easily: 1. The rampers post exorbitant stock price predictions.2. The rampers warn others they better get in now or else. Their "buy now" posts almost sound like threats.3. They attack those who disagree with their lofty predictions. They cannot back up their arguments with a rational discussion, so they resort to petty name calling and telling others who disagree with them that they are "full of it." 4. They are not open minded. You cannot have an intelligent discussion with these types. They will do whatever they can to discredit those who disagree with them by spreading false information. They are very often antagonistic.5. They post their predictions over and over and over desperately hoping to move the market. They never do, because what they say is insignificant to the market. That is because no one knows who they are (see below).6. The rampers rarely (if ever) backs up their predictions with concrete, specific numbers - if they do, projected sales numbers are way beyond what the company, analysts, and industry insiders say is realistic. But somehow, according to them, even people in the company are overly PESSIMISTIC when it comes to their own sales projections.7. They post anonymously - they are no-names in the financial world or the particular industry that the company is involved in. Credible people who make lofty stock price predictions will often post their real names – or link to articles they have published - so others can get a feel for their pedigree and can research their background. The vast majority of credible stock market heavyweights do not post in discussion forums. If they do, they usually tell people who they are and can prove it. 8. Oftentimes the rampers are hired by boiler room operations. Their pay grade is whatever you could imagine a company would pay someone to post on Internet forums – not much above minimum wage.9. Rampers often talk of a fictitious track record in predictions - legends in their own mind. They rattle off all their past "accurate" predictions including that the sun was going to rise in the east today.10. It is obvious that the rampers have an agenda on the discussion board. They are not objective about the financial environment, the company, management, etc. Their posts carry the same one-sided theme. Bad news is good news in reverse. Any good news (even modest good news) is an affirmation of how the stock is going to appreciate to incredible levels shortly.11. They appear to be rabid on their support of the company – beyond a reasonable amount of enthusiasm, the ramper comes across as almost crazed in his/her excitement. 12. Rampers are egotistical, and it comes across in their posts. Anyone who does not agree with them is an "idiot," even those who are esteemed in their respective field. They are not respectful of those who disagree with their predictions.13. When the stock is on a run, the ramping intensifies – the stock is "going to the moon." This, incidentally, is often a great time to sell the stock. Remember, no one every went broke taking profits.14. When the stock is in a lull, the ramping may intensify in a desperate attempt to do a quick pump and dump scheme.15. The ramper will unceremoniously dump the stock when their mission has been accomplished. Those remaining in the stock are now deemed to be "bagholders" by the pumper. The rampers continue their agenda over and over. It happens on every stock discussion board – especially on penny stock boards, when pump and dump operators and boiler room operators feel they can have an impact on a thinly traded stock. Fortunately, with practice, we can learn to spot the ramper once we know the red flags. With experience, you get an intuitive feel about various posters on the Internet – even with the anonymous nature of these stock forums. Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor."
aimchimp
18/8/2018
09:02
AIMChimp claims not to give advice yet he posted: "Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor.” AIMChimp's problem is he does as he is told by his paymaster but he really doesn't understand what he is doing.
uknighted
18/8/2018
01:22
Lurker commander in chief of cretinism Come on you can 'fess up. tell us about the day your application for CEO of Kibo was ignored. The only expanding megalomania, is that which is trapped inside your limited tiny mind. You know nothing of any arrangements that may or may not come to pass with SEPCO and or GE. Stop trying to pretend you are the de facto CEO of KIBO, you are grossly under qualified as your rejection for this post has already determined. SOOOOON going to be yabadabadoooooooooo time. Lest we forget, just for the Chimp who has an IQ lower than my average of 3.97 and his even more clueless mouse. Fully cashed up and SEPCO to fund on MCPP FC. FC looking to be not far away. Tanzania PPA completed and delivered Botswana DID YOU SEE THAT ICPR yipeee yiyahhhh mudder fudders. NOW the SML to follow,yipeee Mozambique more than just a starter SEPCOIII funding the transmission lines NOW SANDERSONS debt cleared SML FINAL documents completed and submitted, SOOOOOOOOn, IMMINENT Tomorrow the rest of sub Saharan Africa, then the world A Trolls worst nightmare. The more the aim chimp climbs the pole the more you see is Butt and those immortal words tattooed there. AIM CHUMP ( with a mouse in his pocket)
spooks4
17/8/2018
15:45
Although Aim Chimp is a filtered fool I think this is a poignant summary of his non holding agenda postings from fellow holder - uk:Remember the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don’t know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable." Yes, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical"........AIMChimp a quote from your post 5751 and it is particularly pertinent to your posts.Close the door on the way out!
guitars4stars
17/8/2018
13:47
Sharing how to spot RAMPERS is not advices you fool but when you are RAMPING and MISLEADING and making it seem you have insider information and stating your "research" as FACT then THIS IS MISLEADING ADVICES you do not want to accept this for some reasons! You are blinded fool!"One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum and too many times investors can make bad buy decisions by following the ramper's misguided advice. Remember, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don't know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable. Here are 15 ways you can identify the stock discussion board ramper. I've seen the same behaviors in the stock rampers across many stock forums. Once you know the warning signs, you can learn to spot the ramper much more easily: 1. The rampers post exorbitant stock price predictions.2. The rampers warn others they better get in now or else. Their "buy now" posts almost sound like threats.3. They attack those who disagree with their lofty predictions. They cannot back up their arguments with a rational discussion, so they resort to petty name calling and telling others who disagree with them that they are "full of it." 4. They are not open minded. You cannot have an intelligent discussion with these types. They will do whatever they can to discredit those who disagree with them by spreading false information. They are very often antagonistic.5. They post their predictions over and over and over desperately hoping to move the market. They never do, because what they say is insignificant to the market. That is because no one knows who they are (see below).6. The rampers rarely (if ever) backs up their predictions with concrete, specific numbers - if they do, projected sales numbers are way beyond what the company, analysts, and industry insiders say is realistic. But somehow, according to them, even people in the company are overly PESSIMISTIC when it comes to their own sales projections.7. They post anonymously - they are no-names in the financial world or the particular industry that the company is involved in. Credible people who make lofty stock price predictions will often post their real names – or link to articles they have published - so others can get a feel for their pedigree and can research their background. The vast majority of credible stock market heavyweights do not post in discussion forums. If they do, they usually tell people who they are and can prove it. 8. Oftentimes the rampers are hired by boiler room operations. Their pay grade is whatever you could imagine a company would pay someone to post on Internet forums – not much above minimum wage.9. Rampers often talk of a fictitious track record in predictions - legends in their own mind. They rattle off all their past "accurate" predictions including that the sun was going to rise in the east today.10. It is obvious that the rampers have an agenda on the discussion board. They are not objective about the financial environment, the company, management, etc. Their posts carry the same one-sided theme. Bad news is good news in reverse. Any good news (even modest good news) is an affirmation of how the stock is going to appreciate to incredible levels shortly.11. They appear to be rabid on their support of the company – beyond a reasonable amount of enthusiasm, the ramper comes across as almost crazed in his/her excitement. 12. Rampers are egotistical, and it comes across in their posts. Anyone who does not agree with them is an "idiot," even those who are esteemed in their respective field. They are not respectful of those who disagree with their predictions.13. When the stock is on a run, the ramping intensifies – the stock is "going to the moon." This, incidentally, is often a great time to sell the stock. Remember, no one every went broke taking profits.14. When the stock is in a lull, the ramping may intensify in a desperate attempt to do a quick pump and dump scheme.15. The ramper will unceremoniously dump the stock when their mission has been accomplished. Those remaining in the stock are now deemed to be "bagholders" by the pumper. The rampers continue their agenda over and over. It happens on every stock discussion board – especially on penny stock boards, when pump and dump operators and boiler room operators feel they can have an impact on a thinly traded stock. Fortunately, with practice, we can learn to spot the ramper once we know the red flags. With experience, you get an intuitive feel about various posters on the Internet – even with the anonymous nature of these stock forums. Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor."
aimchimp
17/8/2018
13:44
Idiot, you are giving out advice - or don't you / can't you read what you copy and paste.
uknighted
17/8/2018
13:35
Although Aim Chimp is a filtered fool I think this is a poignant summary of his non holding agenda postings from fellow holder uk:Remember the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don’t know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable." Yes, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical"........AIMChimp a quote from your post 5751 and it is particularly pertinent to your posts.Close the door on the way out!
guitars4stars
17/8/2018
13:29
"AIMChimp a quote from your post 5751 and it is particularly pertinent to your posts.Close the door on the way out!"What do you ever now mean UKN I am not the one who is giving out advices to other people or making their opinion sound to be FACT when they are just speculative so show is this the same? You can not stop freedoms of speech and the truth and these ones RAMPING and MISLEADING others will be shown in the light for what they are AGENDA RAMPERS so why do you not close the door yourself idiot.
aimchimp
17/8/2018
13:19
Lurker commander in chief of cretinism Come on you can 'fess up. tell us about the day your application for CEO of Kibo was ignored. The only expanding megalomania, is that which is trapped inside your limited tiny mind. You know nothing of any arrangements that may or may not come to pass with SEPCO and or GE. Stop trying to pretend you are the de facto CEO of KIBO, you are grossly under qualified as your rejection for this post has already determined. SOOOOON going to be yabadabadoooooooooo time. Lest we forget, just for the Chimp who has an IQ lower than my average of 3.97 and his even more clueless mouse. Fully cashed up and SEPCO to fund on MCPP FC. FC looking to be not far away. Tanzania PPA completed and delivered Botswana DID YOU SEE THAT ICPR yipeee yiyahhhh mudder fudders. NOW the SML to follow,yipeee Mozambique more than just a starter SEPCOIII funding the transmission lines NOW SANDERSONS debt cleared SML FINAL documents completed and submitted, SOOOOOOOOn, IMMINENT Tomorrow the rest of sub Saharan Africa, then the world A Trolls worst nightmare. The more the aim chimp climbs the pole the more you see is Butt and those immortal words tattooed there. AIM CHUMP ( with a mouse in his pocket)
spooks4
17/8/2018
13:19
Lurker commander in chief of cretinism Come on you can 'fess up. tell us about the day your application for CEO of Kibo was ignored. The only expanding megalomania, is that which is trapped inside your limited tiny mind. You know nothing of any arrangements that may or may not come to pass with SEPCO and or GE. Stop trying to pretend you are the de facto CEO of KIBO, you are grossly under qualified as your rejection for this post has already determined. SOOOOON going to be yabadabadoooooooooo time. Lest we forget, just for the Chimp who has an IQ lower than my average of 3.97 and his even more clueless mouse. Fully cashed up and SEPCO to fund on MCPP FC. FC looking to be not far away. Tanzania PPA completed and delivered Botswana DID YOU SEE THAT ICPR yipeee yiyahhhh mudder fudders. NOW the SML to follow,yipeee Mozambique more than just a starter SEPCOIII funding the transmission lines NOW SANDERSONS debt cleared SML FINAL documents completed and submitted, SOOOOOOOOn, IMMINENT Tomorrow the rest of sub Saharan Africa, then the world A Trolls worst nightmare. The more the aim chimp climbs the pole the more you see is Butt and those immortal words tattooed there. AIM CHUMP ( with a mouse in his pocket)
spooks4
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