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About AriGold2.0

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  1. Frig eh... Only took 5 years to get some value. Should easily be trading at $100 IMO..
  2. In our Private chat I called ASRT @ $0.38 and BNGO @ $2.65, both Dec 30th..... Both pure doubleups..
  4. I would wait for a dip or wait for the next opportunity, new deals come every week.. Yessssss.... I gotta convince my wife to leave clean earth (ICLN) and enter Space... I like commons at this price but not Warrants @ $2.67 Price up. Yesssss... This is going to happen and I think it will tomorrow..
  5. If CCIV confirms this Lucid rumour this stock will be a guaranteed 4 bagger at or before merger date. I don't think I've ever been more confident in merger rumour. The DD on this one is locked in really tight.
  6. The lengthy list of athletes who squandered millions of dollars only to file for bankruptcy has a new member, San Jose Sharks left winger Evander Kane. Despite signing a seven-year, $49 million contract extension in 2018, Kane filed for Chapter 7 in the federal bankruptcy court in the California city of his team. The filling detailed liabilities of $26.8 million and assets — largely three homes — of $10.2 million. And the filing included a note that warns he may not even play this year. “Debtor may terminate his contract and he may opt out of the season, as allowed under current rules, because of health concerns given the recent birth of his first child,” the bankruptcy petition said. “Should he terminate his contract or opt out at a point in the season, Debtor will not receive his salary.” The NHL opt-out deadline for the COVID-19-shortened season, which starts this week, was Dec. 24, and the bankruptcy petition is dated Jan. 9. Kane’s lawyer, Stephen Finestone, did not immediately reply for comment to clarify how Kane, who has been practicing with his team, could still opt out. The complaint listed nine lawsuits, court actions, and administrative proceedings with lenders, six of which are active. The largest is with Centennial Bank, which filed a lawsuit last week against Kane and the Sharks seeking $8.3 million. “The Team is complacent in the Borrower’s breach of the Security Agreement, and either refuses or is unwilling to directly deposit the Pledged Payments into the Designated Account as required under the Security Agreement,” Centennial charged in its complaint. The team declined to comment. Athletes filing for bankruptcy is an unfortunate trend in professional sports. High-profile names include Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, Michael Vick, Vince Young, Warren Sapp, Antoine Walker, Kenny Anderson, Lenny Dykstra; and in the NHL Darren McCarty, Jack Johnson and Bryan Trottier. Many athletes are overwhelmed with newfound wealth, investing in businesses and funding friends and family. They quickly plow through their earnings (Kane in his petition lists his income as negative $91.131.13 a month). It’s unclear how the 29-year-old Kane, who has earned $52.9 million in team pay during his 11-year career, according to, lost his money, but there are a few clues in the petition. Last year, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas settled a lawsuit against Kane for unpaid gambling bills. According to the Chapter 7 petition, in the last 12 months, he lost $1.5 million gambling. The petition also listed seven dependents, all as living with him: his 6-month-old daughter, his sister, 27, his uncle, 54, his mother, 55, another uncle, 59, his father, 60, and his grandmother, 77. What could lead to $26.8 million of debt was not spelled out in the petition for Chapter 7, a process which protects individuals or companies from creditors and provides for liquidation of certain assets to pay debts. Kane listed 47 creditors, ranging from a host of individuals to banks like Centennial and Scotiabank, to his former agency Newport. The petition also disclosed he has a claim against Sure Sports, the loan broker that arranged the Centennial credit. “Claims against Leon McKenzie and Sure Sports LLC related to business advice and obtaining loans for Debtor,” the petition noted, referring to the CEO of the loan broker. “This includes violation of the Florida Broker’s Act, Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practice, Fraud, Breach of Fiduciary Duty.” Sure Sports is listed in the petition as having an American Arbitration Association proceeding against Kane, and as a creditor for $1.2 million. McKenzie did not reply for comment. The petition also shows he is valuing at $1.88 million a counterclaim against Rachel Keuchele, a woman who in 2016 sued him alleging battery. The case still is live in Erie County Supreme Court in New York, and he countersued her in 2018. In his note to the bankruptcy petition where he warned he might opt out, Kane painted a grim picture for his creditors of his earnings this year. “A typical season includes 82 regular season games,” according to the document. “The current season has 56 games scheduled and Debtor understands that even if all scheduled games are played, his salary will be adjusted based upon the reduced number of games. To the extent some of the games do not go forward because of the pandemic (or any other reason), Debtor’s salary will be further reduced. Moreover, Debtor understands that under the current collective bargaining agreement between the players’ union and the owners, 20% of his salary will be withheld and will be released to the owners under the ‘profit sharing’ structure of the agreement due to the anticipated significant reduction in revenues across the league.”
  7. I actually averaged up and grabbed 2000 shares..
  8. Prediction... IPOD = AutoGrid IPOF = Rivian If IPOF turns into Rivian I will take out my whole line of credit and buy as many shares as I can.
  9. Yessir... Grabbed a quick 1000 shares at $12.69... Bloomberg is right around 95% of the time...
  10. Google translated so take with a grain of salt... Agent Sergey Isakov, representing the interests of forward Vasily Podkolzin, said that the 19-year-old hockey player will sign a contract with Vancouver after the expiration of the agreement with SKA. “This morning in the press there was a lot of information that Vasily was being discriminated against in the club in connection with his departure to the NHL. As his agent, I would like to refute this information. There is absolutely no bias, and on behalf of Vasily I would like to thank the SKA leadership for their understanding of his decision. Yes, indeed, at the end of the contract, which will end on April 30, Vasily will sign a contract with Vancouver. At the same time, he will continue to work with the first team, train and play. Vasily will do everything possible to bring maximum benefit to the club and to fulfill the tasks that were assigned to the team at the beginning of the season, ”Isakov said in an interview with Sport24 correspondent Maxim Samartsev. Recall that Podkolzin was selected by Vancouver in the 2019 NHL draft under the 10th number.
  11. Reading the IP and i can't seem to understand how they are making the same money this year then they did last year. I get Covid but considering the growth projections and the industry need why haven't they grown ?
  12. Ohh yes... I looked at them at the spike but forgot about them. Thank you, will do some more research!