Monday, June 29, 2009

FUQI,,,,, I May Have Been Too Cautious

FUQI broke thru it's 52 Week High on HUGE Volume to close up nearly 17% for the day. This is a great sign but stay vigilant as this may be just a fake break-out. As seen in FUQI's chart, the last gap-up we had led to a pullback but the May 15th gap-up led the way to a HUGE run. Our 20 and 50 dma's are running upwards while our 200 dma has just begun to sweep upwards. These are good signs. 
The 4.6 million shares traded today is the highest volume since FUQI IPO'd. 
Overall everything looks great but in this market it pays to stay alert and protect your profits...

XIDE up 17.7% on the day - protect profits and proceed with caution
CPST up 11.8% on the day - protect profits and proceed with caution
ABIO up 3.7% on the day - stay alert
NCS still trudging upwards 1.4% on lower volume - stay alert

BIDU appears to still be in consolidation phase - on watch 
WNR still Pinching - on Watch List
HANS still on Watch List
ANCI faltering but still on Watch List
LNG faltering
SUSQ still playable. 

Saturday, June 27, 2009


Pinchers to Watch -

Looks like BIDU is making a run at a new recent high again. If it breaks 310.25 with a Volume Spurt it will be a Buy.
I believe it is in the midst of forming the Handle of the Cup and will consolidate for a little while before making another run.
With The Chinese Government Hassling Google as of Late this could make for a Very Interesting Trade
Keep a close eye on it.

Appears to be in a consolidation phase and has yet to retest it's 52 week high.
It appears FUQI may have formed a shabby double-bottom.
Indicators have taken a turn for the worse.
FUQI is NOT A BUY unless it breaks a New 52 Week High on Higher Volume.

If the House Passes the Clean Energy Bill CPST Could Make for a Great Trade.
Keep It On Your Watch List.

Friday, June 26, 2009


Our big winner of the week is a Pincher Play - NCS
NCS closed on 6/19/09 @2.09
NCS closed on 6/26/09 @2.84 for a 35% weekly gain.
Indicators are still in good condition and with the volume spurt that accompanied the PPS rise I believe there is still room for NCS to run.
The 20 dma is @2.93 and if we can get thru that and the markets cooperate we can possibly see $4.00 as our next resistance.
Don't forget to pocket some profits to ensure a positive trade after this much gain.

HANS - closed 6/19/09 @30.77 and finished this week by closing @31.77 for a small 3% weekly gain.
HANS has not had the needed volume to break this pincher wide open but indicators are still heading in a positive direction and if we can break thru the 200 dma and the 20 dma we can possibly see HANS run till our next resistance at 34.23.
HANS remains on our watch list.

FUQI - appears to be in a consolidation phase and has yet to retest it's 52 week high.
It appears FUQI may have formed a shabby double-bottom.
Indicators have taken a turn for the worse.
FUQI is NOT A BUY unless it breaks a New 52 Week High on Higher Volume.

WNR still remains on my Pincher watch list. 
WNR closed 6/19/09 @ 7.57
WNR closed 6/23/09 @ 7.20 for a slight loss.
On 6/24/09 WNR was upgraded from HOLD to BUY by Soleil Research Firm.
Indicators are still heading in a positive direction and WNR remains as a top play on the watch list.

ABIO is a BioPharmaceutical play with very low volume.
ABIO closed 6/19/09 @2.94 and closed 6/23/09 @2.92 for a slight loss for the week.
ABIO still remains on our Pincher watch list.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

BIG NEWS RELEASED TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(not really news but I thought I would mention it)

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Another Excellent Press Release from Spongetech - hahahaha

This sentence from the Press Release says it all,,,,,,
"The newly reported orders include SpongeTech® receiving an initial purchase order with a new major retailer in Canada."
I guess we will not be getting their contact information either.
I also noticed that as usual there were no figures attached to this Initial Order.
Always hiding information.
First sign of a SCAM.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Stocks to Watch this Week

Here are some stocks I am watching for plays on for the coming week

FUQI - Fuqi International, Inc.  
A Chinese Nasdaq listed stock
Been on a huge run since early April. Just had a nice 31% pullback and finished the week with 2 positive days with volume increasing both days.
If FUQI breaks it's last high of $19.47, and triggers a New 52 Week High on continuing volume, that will make it a buy and we should see plenty more upside.  
While FUQI has not formed a valid base to launch another run from,
Indicators have turned positive and this stock bears close watching.
The only problem I can see for FUQI is if North Korea fires any missiles at China due to China possibly intercepting a North Korean ship said to be carrying Nuclear Materials.
This could cause problems.

Another stock I like is -

HANS - Hansen Natural Corp.
HANS is showing all the signs of a major pincher movement about to happen.
HANS has dropped aprox. 30% in the last month and all indicators are showing a turn for the better.
I would like to see volume increase as it breaks thru it's 200ma

Several other pincher plays to keep an eye on this week are ABIO, WNR and NCS.

Friday, June 19, 2009

So,, You Wanna Lodge a Complaint Against Me???? Ok

Here is what one poster on the SPNG Yahoo Message Board has to say -

"Bashers Are so Desperate Right Now! 18-Jun-09 12:15 pm The SEC investigation claim is the most absurd fluff I have seen yet. Moe Speeks apparently got creative and contacted a rep from the SEC by email (similar to filing a police report by the way) - only so he could use the contact information as propaganda in his lies. Contact the SEC if you have any doubts -- there is absolutely zero investigation and zero grounds for one. If you read any message board for any publicly traded stock, you will always have liars and bashers working against your interests. I have already reported Moe Speeks for his intentional, illegal and abusive manipulation of SPNG."

If you wish to report me to the SEC please do not use the standard email address and complaint form, use this phone number. 
It is the direct office number for the SEC Lawyer who called me and took my information.
Call Margaret Cain and lodge an official complaint against me.
While you are at it, ask her if the emails that I posted from her are fake.
Ask her if she did not call me.
She won't tell you, but you can always ask.

Tell her I said hello.
Thank You - Moe Speeks

Thursday, June 18, 2009

More Spongetech Deception

I ran across a post on the Yahoo Board from a poster going by the name of AngusDoctor.
Very keen eye this person has as this particular piece of evidence escaped my notice.

It would seem our very own Michael Metter and Steven Moskowitz need to read the company's Code of Business Conduct and Ethics again. (see earlier post)


In a Press Release issued on April 15, 2009, Spongetech states , 

NEW YORK, April 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SpongeTech® Delivery Systems, Inc. America's Cleaning Company(TM), (OTC Bulletin Board: SPNG - News), today reported record sales of over $13,000,000 for the third quarter ending February 28, 2009. Revenues for the period increased by $11,859,353 over revenues reported for the same quarter last year. Net income for the third quarter of 2009 was over $2,250,000, compared to a net loss of $188,482 for the comparative 2008 quarter; reflecting exponential growth over the same period last year.

That is HUGE news for shareholders if I must say so myself.

Unfortunately,,,,,, in the 10Q released 5 days later on April 20, 2009 it states on page F-4 in the section "Statements of Operations - Unaudited"


For the three months ended
February 28, 2009
February 29, 2008
 $13,164,277  $1,281,704 
Cost of goods sold
  6,809,354   174,022 
Gross profit
  6,354,923   1,107,682 
Operating Expenses
Advertising and promotion
  3,694,677   738,760 
Selling, general and administrative
  330,801   176,104 
Research and development
  3,125   0 
Depreciation and amortization
  33,257   4,336 
Total operating expenses
Income from operations and before provision for income taxes
  2,293,063   188,482 
 Provision for income taxes
  779,641   0 
Net income
 $1,513,422  $188,482 
Net income per share from continuing operations:
Basic and diluted
 $.00  $.00 
Weighted average number of shares outstanding:
Basic and diluted
  1,096,245,460   115,056,086 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these statements



I do not know about you people but I can detect the faint scent of deception regarding this Press Release and the 10Q.
It seems extremely obvious to me that in no way shape or form can you confuse the two figures that I have texted in blue.
One says - Income from Operations,,, and one says NET INCOME
Income from Operations is over $2,250,000.
NET INCOME is only $1,513,422
The Press Release stated NET INCOME WAS OVER $2,250,000

You see how it works is like this,,,,
first you have your Income from Operations,,,, then you pay income taxes on your Income from Operations,,,,,,,AND THEN YOU CALCULATE YOUR NET INCOME.

I don't know, maybe it is just me, maybe I am nitpicking???????
Or maybe I expect the Officers of a Public Company to be Honest and Straightforward with shareholders.
But what do I know????? I'm just Moe


Special Thanks goes out to AngusDoctor for the orignal post which can be found in the links below.

I found this information to be very funny

I found these statements on the Spongetech Website in their Code of Business Conduct and Ethics section . They gave me a good laugh.
  • This Code is intended to focus the Board and each director and executive officer on areas of ethical risk, provide guidance to directors and executive officer to help them recognize and deal with ethical issues, provide mechanisms to report unethical conduct, and help foster a culture of honesty and accountability. Each director and executive officer must comply with the letter and spirit of this Code.
  • Directors and executive officers must be loyal to the Company and must act at all times in the best interest of the Company and its shareholders and subordinate self-interest to the corporate and shareholder good. Directors and executive officers should never use their position to make a personal profit. 
  • Directors and executive officers must protect the Company’s assets and ensure their efficient use. Theft, loss, misuse, carelessness and waste of assets have a direct impact on the Company’s profitability. 
  • Directors and executive officers should promote ethical behavior ( hahahahahha that's a good one)

Moskowitz must of been out sick the day this was discussed and instituted as policy.
Read them all over and have a good laugh like I did.

Let us not forget our DD people

learn from the past so as not to suffer in the future -

and a golden oldie

Friday, June 12, 2009


I wish I had the contact information to confirm these 72% of sales.
Do any of my readers have the contact information to our 72% of sales companies?


Thursday, June 11, 2009

Spongetech and The SEC

I was not going to release this information but I feel it is only fair for the people to know that Spongetech is in fact being investigated by the SEC,,,

as you can see from the phrases contained in the emails below - "regarding this investigation" - "aspects of this investigation"

The SEC is collecting evidence. I was asked to burn to disc emails I had from several people and send it to the SEC. 

If you have any evidence you wish to share with the SEC concerning Spongetech I advise you to email it to this woman. She is a lawyer for the SEC and the person who called me. 

As you can see from the below emails she will not release any information about the investigation so make sure you include your phone number in your emails and maybe she will call you to discuss your evidence. 



Cain, Margaret A. (CAINM@SEC.GOV)


Mon 6/01/09 12:48 PM



Mr. ???????:


Thank you for sending these emails and for speaking with us today. Regarding the additional emails, you may mail them to me at the following address: Margaret Cain, SEC, 100 F Street, N.E., Mail Stop 5546, Washington, D.C. 20549. You may burn them to a CD or you may print them out, whichever is easier for you.


Please feel free to contact me again with information regarding this investigation.



Margaret Cain



Cain, Margaret A. (CAINM@SEC.GOV)


Thu 6/04/09 9:22 AM



Mr. ????????:


Thank you for your message.


As we discussed earlier this week, unfortunately I cannot discuss the aspects of this investigation (including who we communicate with) as the investigation is non-public. I appreciate your interest, but I am not at liberty to confirm or deny any information at this time. I do, however, appreciate the information you have provided and continue to provide the staff. It is very helpful.



Margaret Cain


You people can try and bash these emails as fakes all you want.

They are real.

I have chosen not to post M. Cain's work phone number. Once again I would advise you to include your phone number with your evidence and if the powers that be deem it so, maybe they will contact you. 

Any emails from management or from Doug Furth I am sure they would like to see. 

(and yeah Doug, we sent them the email exchange between you and Moskowitz concerning IRG,,,, the one that included the phrases  "You need to be honest with the shareholders" - "You need to stop lying to people" - "it is not legal")

You do remember that email exchange??? right Dougy????

To M. Cain,,,, sorry,,,, but this is War. 

Metter and Moskowitz are dirty and they need to be exposed.

They are getting rich at the expense of honest American citizens. 

And in cases like this,,, it is never the management that gets hurt,, it is the average American who ends up broke.

Maybe the Government can help us for once, instead of only helping the wealthy.

Thank You - Moe Speeks

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Something That Made Me Say Hummmmmm...

According to Spongetech's chart used in their Noble Financial Equity Conference presentation, Spongetech claims that in a 9 month period ending 2/28/2009 they had -
  • $31,000,000 in Revenue

  • a 20 times increase in Revenue over the same YTD period

  • 20% EBITDA

  • Soaring Revenue and Profitability

Lets see what the Shareholders got -

  • May 28, 2008 PPS closed @0.044 ---(peaked on June 9, 2008 @o.o56) - A/S = 420,000,000

  • February 28, 2009 PPS closed @0.0126 ---(bottomed on March 16, 2009 @ 0.006) - A/S = 1,250,000,000 --- March  10, 2009 A/S = 1,555,000,000

  • Over 190% Increase in Authorized Shares

  • Over 70% Decrease in PPS

I really should make a new chart but why bother, this one is a real SPNG chart ending on March 16, 2009 @0.006 and it contains real A/S counts,,, The Facts are the Facts People, you can't deny them. During the above mentioned 9 month time period, the A/S rose and the PPS sank.

So let me get this straight -

Spongetech gets ---
  • Increased Revenue 20% YOY for 9 month time period to $31,000,000

  • A 20% EBITDA

Shareholders get ---

  • Over 190% Increase in Authorized Shares

  • Over 70% Decrease in PPS

Yeah, that sounds about right for Spongetech Delivery Systems, Inc.

Now all we need to do is to wait for the Reverse Spilt and we are Game, Set, Match!!!!!!

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Another Impostor on Yahoo

I guess at this point I should be flattered, but I am not.
Another loser on the Yahoo Message Board is pretending to be me.
How sad.
I guess that just means that I am making a difference.
I guess that just means I am very effective in my campaign to spread the truth about Spongetech.
I guess that just means that I am right.

Thank You - Moe Speeks

Nice New FLUFF Press Release from Spongetech

SpongeTech Receives Initial Order from Costco

That is a swell headline until you read the full article.
As usual, Steven Moskowitz has decided not to put any actual figures in the release. 
No total sale amount, no dollar figures, no units ordered numbers, NO NOTHING!
But the article does talk a lot about Costco. How nice of you to now be advertising for Costco.
Like I said, FLUFF, nothing but FLUFF.

Monday, June 1, 2009

I Had My Phone Call This Morning

I Had My Phone Call This Morning.
I am very pleased.
That is all I am going to say about that subject.
Thank You - Moe Speeks