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Canadian Small caps and Penny stocks

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I'm still here, it's summer time I'm enjoying it travelling. I still hold all my shares. Nfe is at 2 cents no real shock, markets have taken a sh*t kicking and they are still negotiating the deal in Asia.

Kfg is still holding strong even though oil has been killed

Nia continues to grow in the USA. Gotta stay patient with small caps like these, takes time but I'm 100% confident in all 3. None have debt and all have cash to help them survive as all other venture plays will go belly up!


Gonna post more often September, right now nothing is really happening and he markets just brutal. For those who Pm about Kfg, still high water levels hence why drilling has been pushed back till water recceeds
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^ Yay, Anthony. Small cap shares (besides possibly commodity-related) seem not too beaten up.
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Gambling, not an investing thread.
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In for YTY @ 14c. Anxiously waiting for their Q2 numbers...

edit: 10% bound but still hungry for more.
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gwplant wrote:
Aug 21st, 2015 2:25 am
Gambling, not an investing thread.
:facepalm:

Why bash the OP and everyone else having an opinion on this thread.

Since everyone else ignored you. I will feed into your stupid trolling post.

Anything with a probable outcome can be considered gambling. Investing in anything has inherit risk and a probability of loss no matter how small. Even if you invest in just the market passively for 20-30 years will not guarantee an absolute positive return and you cannot eliminate the risk. The longer horizon just minimize the risk of loss, doesn't eliminate. So investing in any form is in many ways gambling. You take on risk to be rewarded, it is all a risk and reward trade off. How you invest will give you higher chance of success only.

To everyone else, I am not suggesting to not invest in the market but merely wanted to let the troll know his smart ass comment isn't even that smart.
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atang810 wrote:
Aug 27th, 2015 7:31 pm
:facepalm:

Why bash the OP and everyone else having an opinion on this thread.
Sounds like he's giving his own opinion. It's not bashing to disagree. *Sensitive people*
Indexer, non-yield chasing, low cost, broad based, as simple as possible investor.
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wm009 wrote:
Aug 27th, 2015 8:15 pm
Sounds like he's giving his own opinion. It's not bashing to disagree. *Sensitive people*
There are opinions and there are negative posting done for trolling. Posting its gambling does not add any value when the statement isn't even correct. LOL Not even going to bother replying to stupidity.
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wm009 wrote:
Aug 27th, 2015 8:15 pm
Sounds like he's giving his own opinion. It's not bashing to disagree. *Sensitive people*
He came in a small caps thread to say it is gambling and not investing. Sounds like bashing to me.

Anyway, been keeping an eye on ESP. Owned it before, thinking of buying back in.
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gwplant wrote:
Aug 21st, 2015 2:25 am
Gambling, not an investing thread.
everyone is entitle to do what they wants with their investment money. They can go to the casino and call that investing as well. Some like small call, some don't. It's all depend on the strategies you use. I happen to like a mixture of everything.
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Don't really care what he said. YTY doing good :)
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atang810 wrote:
Aug 27th, 2015 8:38 pm
There are opinions and there are negative posting done for trolling. Posting its gambling does not add any value when the statement isn't even correct. LOL Not even going to bother replying to stupidity.
Feel better?
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atang810 wrote:
Aug 27th, 2015 7:31 pm
:facepalm:

Why bash the OP and everyone else having an opinion on this thread.

Since everyone else ignored you. I will feed into your stupid trolling post.

Anything with a probable outcome can be considered gambling. Investing in anything has inherit risk and a probability of loss no matter how small. Even if you invest in just the market passively for 20-30 years will not guarantee an absolute positive return and you cannot eliminate the risk. The longer horizon just minimize the risk of loss, doesn't eliminate. So investing in any form is in many ways gambling. You take on risk to be rewarded, it is all a risk and reward trade off. How you invest will give you higher chance of success only.

To everyone else, I am not suggesting to not invest in the market but merely wanted to let the troll know his smart ass comment isn't even that smart.
Oh Booo hooo did I hurt your feewings with one of my posts? Seems I have otherwise why would you dig up one of my old posts, which was simply an opinion and try and call me out. Anyways I don't play games with little boys in the sand box. Grow up little boy man.
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You come off like an ass in almost any thread you post in.
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YTY Q2 result supposed to come out today... Fingers crossed.

Edit: I am out at 16.5c (down -5.7%) They had pretty solid number not good enough I guess... I don't want to hold this out to Q3 so better luck to everyone else who's holding it.

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