09 September 2014 – 8-K Forms, KiOR Inc (KIOR)

Watch this space for KiOR Inc. to implode…

Stock price already bargain basement so I don’t see any value in shorting, even if you could get your hands on any stock to short.

Anyway, it’s always amusing to see a resignation letter in which the Director pans the company.



19 June 2014 – 8-K Forms, CorMedix Inc (CRMD)

As regular readers (heh) will know, I like to scour 8-K forms.
Every once in a while I come across an interesting and/or funny one. My hope is that some of them will actually have value.

Does this 8-K filing for CRMD (CorMedix Inc.) justify taking a Short? Or at least investigating the possibility…

(This 8-K form was filed 17 June 21:15 London Time)


crmd_price resign_1 resign_2

5 May 2014 ~ Revealing 8-K Filings

I like to keep an eye on SEC filings. Every now and then I come across a funny one.

Filed 1 hour ago (as of this post), by AMERICAN GRAPHITE TECHNOLOGIES INC. [AGIN]

Not a good sign for any affiliated companies!

Not a good sign for any affiliated companies!

Current stock value:

Not in good shape anyway

Not in good shape anyway

Before you ask, yes, it is possible to short this stock (at least at the moment, in quantity of 30k shares)

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1 May 2014 ~ Revealing 8-K Filings

For my own personal interest, I like to skim through the SEC 8-K filings. Sometimes you come across some pretty revealing submissions.
Where penny stocks are concerned, the media often overlook these entirely. I doubt there are more than a handful of people in the world who have seen what you are about to see:



I’m not suggesting there is a trading opportunity here. Not only have the price of these shares already been on a steady decline towards 0 for many months now, but stocks in small companies can be difficult or impossible to short. However, this is a great illustrative example of how reading SEC filings can turn up some interesting – and eventually profitable – ideas.