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Market Strategies

$10,000 Trading Account Traders Comments

We have two open long positions:

DD October Calls and

SNSS July 2.50 Calls

Funds in use: $490              

Week 27 had another small loss.  We came into the week with very little exposure and went out with even less.  The $270 loss in the XLF lowered YTD gains to $4,520.  We are carrying 2 positions.


The SNSS position is worth $575 at the close all by itself.  As I’ve mentioned before, I follow the “When in doubt, stay out” school of thought.


It’s not that I don’t like to participate on the short -side, it’s just that over the past several years the market has oftentimes turned on a dime, or even worse, overnight when we can’t be involved to liquidate a profitable position while we get follow-thru in Asia or Europe that turns back up for the NY open.


The issue is more than what I have been concerned about,  the lack of progress in the economy  and my perceived real value of the earnings produced through financial engineering.  On top of that I have repeatedly said that beating radically lowered expectations is no great feat. And yet, we have continued higher.  This has cost me money almost every time we have suffered a setback that I thought was “the one.”  As a result I have pared back position size in order to limit risk.


This week was another learning experience in that with last week’s installment of the Greek tragedy played out with contradictory moves in the US bond market.  Flight to safety and the dollar higher followed by lower dollar but also lower rates. These are things that you just don’t see happen without a sharp reversal.


That all said, we did get some better numbers in single family housing and several parts of the economy, but the dollar feels overvalued and the Euro feels undervalued to me.  While the oil sector has helped the deficit pretty dramatically, it is the only portion that we see any real improvement.


The strong dollar continues to hurt exports and the multinationals all suffer.  The Russell seems to me to be the best spot to watch for problems since it is always the small-caps that suffer the most, and the first, when interest rates rise.


Greece has again confounded the situation in Europe by turning a “too close to call” vote today into a landslide referendum for the NO vote side.  You can be sure that this will cause another gap to the downside across the board in the morning.  Even though I am light of positions tonight I will be using tomorrow’s action to get a bead on buying the dips or selling the rallies.


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Market Strategies $10,000 Trading Account Trade Table

07/01 Bought 4 DD October 65 Calls 0.85 340
06/29 Sold 15 XLF July 25 Calls ( 50% Loss Rule ) 0.18        270        270 Loss
06/15 Bought 15 XLF July 25 Calls 0.36 540
06/12 Sold 5 SNSS July 2.50 Calls ( 100% profit Rule ) 0.60        300 150 Gain
06/05 Bought 4 TXN July 55 Calls 1.05 420
05/29 Bought 10 SNSS July 2.50 Calls 0.30 300


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Best Investments August 2014

MARKET Laboratory – Weekly Changes

Prices are copied from Barron’s Weekly and Yahoo Finance and may be incorrect.






S&P 5002076.78






Russell 20001248.26



Nasdaq100 4433.39



Gold (spot)1163.0



  Silver 1573.5






Heating Oil183.99



Unleaded Gas2.0343


+ 0.7%

Natural Gas2.822






Put/Call RatiosS&P 100



Put/Call RatiosCBOE Equity




Bonds149-06 +1-20

3.19% -0.06%

10 Yr. Note125-28 +276          2.38% – .10% Copper264.45

+7.55 +2.9%

CRB InflationIndex




Barron’s* Confidence80.1





5 Yr. Note119-057 +17

1.64% -0.11%





DJ Utilities561.13





Bullish22.6%  -13.0% Bearish35.1% +13.4% Neutral42.3.   -0.4% M1 Money  Supply+7.22%

June 22nd

M-2 MoneySupply


June 22nd

* Component Change in the Confidence Index

M1…all money in hands of the public, Time Deposits Traveler’s Checks, Demand Deposits

M2.. adds Savings and Money Market Accounts both compared with the previous year.

Market Strategies Technical Information


Support Levels S&P 500        2035 – 2050

Resistance S&P 500              2100


Support Levels DOW          17,520

Resistance DOW                17,870


Support Levels QQQ            108.40

Resistance QQQ                  109.25


Support Levels Transports     8200

Resistance Transports           8300


Support Levels NASDAQ      4890

Resistance NASDAQ            5080

Where to invest June 2015

$100,000 Trading Portfolio Stock Positions and Trades


Each stock is allocated a theoretical $ 5,000 share of the portfolio unless otherwise indicated.

New Stock Recommendations $ 100,000 

1)  Buy  100 XIV @ MKT


Each stock is allocated a theoretical $ 5,000 share of the portfolio unless otherwise indicated.



Purchase Price Purchase Date Stop/Loss   Price/Date Sold   Profit/($Loss)
SNSS 1200 2.95       06/26
SCO  100 56.89       06/15
AGQ 100 43.28       05/22
DSX  500   7.05       05/18
CRM  100 72.90       04/29
FB  100 82.77       04/15
ARRY 500   8.02       02/24
NAT   300Sold 200 10.16       02/13 14.40  06/25 $ 848
NBG  600 1.40       02/17
BAC. Wts 5,000 lots 0.7411       12/26
BSBR  500 4.84      12/18
BCRH  300 16.84      12/18
SAN  600 8.40      12/16
XCO 1200 3.10      11/28 1.18   06/30 ( $ 2,304 )
AA  500 14.21      10/16
FCX 150 34.99      09/09
NBG 300   2.95      05/19
RPTP 200Sold 200 15.37      01/16 16.09  06/25 $ 144
NBG 300 4.08 8/12
TEXQY* 200 6.56 7/11
REPR* 5000 0.22 10/22/12 .28 sco

What Should I Invest In

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For those of you who do not buy puts to protect your portfolio, there are many ETF’s that are the inverse of the DOW. The symbols are DOG, DXD, SDS,TZA and RWM, which go up when the  DOW, S&P 500 and Russell 2000 go down and down when they go up. The DZZ goes up double when gold goes down.

Market Strategies $100,000 Trading Account

There was one closed long option position: the XLF July 25 Calls sold at $ 0.18 taking a loss of $ 540.

There was also one closed stock  position: the XCO Resources, Inc  ( XCO ) for a loss of $ 2,304

The RPTP has been looking better the past few weeks and we wrote Calls against the Long RPTP position  three times making $ 420.


For the week we lost  $ 2,844.


For the full year to date, we have gains of

$ 12, 233.


Open position losses decreased to $ 5, 578.


The options expire on the third Friday of each Month unless otherwise posted.


The Stock table has the following 20 positions:





The options call for a $ 2,500 investment unless otherwise stated; each stock position requires $5,000 unless otherwise mentioned specifically


We are basing money management on a hypothetical

$ 100,000 and are using a total of

$   73,571 for the 20 open stock positions.

There are two long option positions requiring

$        980 totaling

$   74,551 leaving

$   25,449 in cash.


These figures are approximate and there might be errors.


We have not counted the dividends received from Apple, JP Morgan, BSBR ( Brazil ), Santander, Blue Capital Reinsurance and others. Blue Capital issued a special extra dividend of $ 0.66 per share which enabled us to reduce our cost by that amount. In addition it pays about 7% per year in regular dividends.


We do not count commission costs and all trading once again is hypothetical.


Executions that have occurred at or near the open or close of trading sometimes vary from our actual numbers.  For example, when something opens down and it is through our price, we take the next trade whether it is an uptick or continues lower.  This sometimes results in a 50% trade that is slightly above or below the exact number.

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Where to Invest June 2015

Previous Week’s Recommendations and

Rules for the Market Strategies

$100,000 Portfolio Trading Account


  • All options count for about $ 2,500.00 for model portfolio calculations unless otherwise stated
  • When the option has doubled sell half the position
  • Stop Loss protection is either half or offered with each trade
  • The cost of the option is the asking price (or the price between the bid and ask, whichever is more realistic)
  • The options will be followed until closed out.
  • Option Symbols are stock symbol with expiration month and strike price
Option Cost Date Sold Date Profit/(Loss)
DD October 658 lots Calls0.85 07/01/15
XLF July 2530 lots Calls0.36 06/15/15 0.18 ( 50% Loss Rule ) 06/29/15 ( $ 540 )
UPS  July 1008 lots Calls1.52 06/15/15 0.95 06/25/15 ( $ 456 )
SNSS July 2.5020 lots

10 lots Open

Calls0.30 05/29/15 0.60(Sold Half on 100% Profit Rule) 06/12/15 $ 300

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This Weeks’ Economic Numbers

Earnings Releases and Media Data

Earnings Reports Before the Open on Top of the Row;

After the Close are Below the Economics Numbers.

Monday 10:00 hrs ISM Index ( 53.2 vs 52.8 )The European Union and China hold a summit in Brussels.

The U.N Security Council hold a meeting on Syria.

A Schulman SHLM ( 0.77 vs 0.74 )

Tuesday MSC Industrial MSM ( 0.96 vs 1.06 ) The deadline for six world powers and Iran to reach agreement on

Teheran’s nuclear program.

08:30 hrs Trade Balance May ( -$ 42.0B vs -$ 40.9B )

10:00 hrs JOLTS-Job Openings May ( NA vs 5.367Mln )

15:00 hrs Consumer Credit May ( $17.6B vs $ 20.5B )

Container Store TCS ( -0.13 vs -0.07 )

Healthcare Serv  Gp  HCSG (  0.23 vs 0.20 )

Wednesday  07:00 hrs MBA Mortgage Index  07/04  ( NA  vs -4.7% )

10:30 hrs Crude Inventories 07/04 ( NA vs +2.386 Mln Bbls )

14:00 hrs FOMC Minutes 06/17

Alcoa AA ( 0.23 vs 0.18 )

Hangar HGR ( 0.45 vs 0.62)

WD 40 WDFC ( 0.76 vs 0.69 )

Thursday Pepsico PEP ( 1.24 vs 1.32 ) Synergy Resources SYRG ( 0.01 )

Walgreens Boot Alliance WBA ( 0.87 )

08:30 hrs Initial Claims 07/04  271K vs 281K )

Continuing Claims 07/04 ( 2210K vs 2264K )

10:30 hrs Natural Gas Inventories  07/04 ( NA vs 69bcf )

Barracuda Networks CUDA ( 0.08 vs 0.07 )

Helen of Troy HELE ( 0.84 vs 0.83 )

Price Smart PSMT ( 0.72 vs 0.70 )

VOXX Intl  VOXX ( -0.03 vs 0.02 )

ZEP ZEP ( 0.30 vs 0.39 )



Market Strategies Fundamentals 

Greece has apparently voted against the European Union. Figures published by the interior ministry showed 61% of those whose ballots had been counted voting “No”, against 39% voting “Yes”. Uncertainty about the future of the European Union and its currency led to global selling last week as assets were repriced to account for the new level of risk.


The Dow Industrials fell 216.57 points or 1.21% to 17,730 while the S&P 500 lost 24.71 points or 1.18% to 2076.78. While Europe is clearly having problems, economic indicators in the U.S.

are quite upbeat.


Gold rallied Friday while our markets were closed and closed up to $ 1168 with a high of $ 1169.  Basic Materials in general were the week’s biggest Dow Industrial Group casualty declining 2.44%. Oil and Gas  dropped  2.22% and Dow  Industrials lost 1.45%. Even Health Care fell 1.34% for its largest losing week of the month. Technology fell 1.32%; Consumer Services -1.14%; Telecommunications -1.08% Financials lost 1.07%. Consumer Goods fell the least at -0.79%, while Utilities had a positive week gaining 0.90%.


The largest Dow loser among the top ten was   United Technologies ( UTX: $ 109.56 ) off 3.96 or 3.5%. UTX broke below its 200 day price moving average. Eight of the remaining nine were down last week but only United Technologies broke significantly. Goldman Sachs ( GS: $ 209.20 ) fell $ 3.97 or 1.9%.  Boeing  ( BA: $ 140.21 ) – $ 2.27 or 1.6%. Home Depot ( HD: $ 111.49 ) -$ 1.11 or  1%.  United Health ( UNH: $ 121.81 ) – $ 1.44 or  1.2% and 3M’s ( MMM: $ 155.38 )  lost $ 1.71 or 1.1%. IBM was only down $ 0.37 for the week,  while Apple lost $ 0.31; IBM fell $ 0.37; Disney fell 0.02; Nike ( NKE: $ $ 109.87 ) was actually up $ 0.16.


United Technologies is having difficulty with its Sikorsky Aircraft division as  demand for helicopters waned along with the prolonged drop in oil prices. Offshore oil exploration projects are being curtailed along with softness in demand in the global military market as well. Earnings are being revised down in the $ 6.35 range from $ 6.90 and sales down to the $ 58 billion range from $ 65 billion anticipated previously.


The bull market is in its 74th month which compares with the average length of 59 months for the 11 bull markets since 1949. This now makes  it  the third longest bull market since the introduction of the S&P in 1928. There have only been two longer. The S&P trades at 17.7x projected 2015 earnings of $ 120.


The ISM Manufacturing Index increased to 53.5 in June from 52.8 in May. The Briefing.com Consensus expected the index to increase to 53.2.  A small acceleration in new orders growth (56.0 from 55.8) was not enough to keep production growth from slowing or to restock manufacturer backlogs. Production activities softened as the index fell to 54.0 in June from 54.5 in May. Unfilled orders contracted as the related index declined to 47.0 in June from 53.5 in May.

Production growth is highly reliant on new orders gains.


Building permits data shows that construction of single family homes  is beginning to accelerate. Building Permits easily topped the consensus expectation (1.275 mln actual vs. 1.100 mln consensus), which led to similar upside surprise in the Leading Economic Indicators for a second consecutive month of a 0.7% increase.

Market Strategies Economic Data

Nonfarm payrolls added 223,000 jobs in June after adding adding a downwardly revised 254,000 (from 280,000) in May. The Briefing.com Consensus expected nonfarm payrolls to increase by 230,000 jobs. Government payrolls were flat, and the entire increase in payrolls came from the private sector. Private payrolls increased by 223,000 after adding a downwardly revised 250,000 (from 262,000) in May.


The consensus expected private payrolls to increase by 225,000. The unemployment rate fell to

5.3% in June from 5.5% in May. The consensus expected the unemployment rate to decline to

5.4%. While the payroll data nearly matched expectations, the details of the employment report highlight some weakness.


Unemployed workers exited the labor force in droves in June, which dropped the labor force participation rate from 62.9% in May to 62.6% in June. That was the lowest labor force participation rate since October 1977, when women did not make up nearly the same percentage of the workforce as they do today.  If the labor force participation rate remained at May levels, the unemployment rate in June would have increased by 0.1 percentage points to 5.6%.Both the average workweek and hourly earnings were flat in June. Total aggregate earnings increased a minuscule 0.2% in June, down from a 0.5% gain in May. which puts a damper on spending increases.

Establishment Survey
Nonfarm Payrolls 223K 254K 187K 119K 266K
  Goods-Producing 1K 4K 16K -20K 20K
    Construction 0K 15K 30K -12K 31K
    Manufacturing 4K 7K 0K 6K 3K
  Service-Providing 222K 246K 185K 137K 241K
    Retail Trade 33K 26K 11K 32K 23K
    Financial 20K 10K 7K 13K 9K
    Business 64K 74K 66K 39K 49K
       Temporary help 20K 17K 11K 16K -4K
    Education/Health 50K 56K 54K 42K 61K
    Leisure/Hospitality 22K 54K 8K 6K 61K
    Government 0K 4K -2K 2K 5K
Average Workweek 34.5 34.5 34.5 34.5 34.6
 Production Workweek 33.6 33.6 33.6 33.7 33.8
Factory Overtime 4.4 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.3
Aggregate Hours Index 0.2% 0.2% 0.1% -0.2% 0.3%
Avg Hourly Earnings 0.0% 0.2% 0.1% 0.3% 0.1%
Household Survey
Civilian Unemp. Rate 5.3% 5.5% 5.4% 5.5% 5.5%
Civilian Labor Force -432K 397K 166K -96K -178K
Civilian Employed -56K 272K 192K 34K 96K
Civilian Unemployed -375K 125K -26K -130K -274


The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index increased to 101.4 in June from a downwardly revised 94.6 (from 95.4) in May. The Briefing.com Consensus expected the Consumer Confidence Index to increase to 97.5.


The increase in the index brought it back in-line with March levels.


The Expectations Index increased to 94.6 in June from 86.2 in May. The Present Situation Index rose to 111.6 from 109.5. That was the highest reading since it reached 112.1 in February.


Typically, confidence follows trends in job market conditions, gasoline costs, and equity values. In June, strong improvements in job market conditions, as shown by an initial claims level that flirted with 15-year lows throughout the month, outweighed gasoline price increases.


Higher confidence levels do not  necessarily translate to more consumer spending. Higher income levels should at  least  keep consumption trends steady.

Conference Board 101.4 94.6 94.3 101.4 98.8
  Expectations 94.6 86.2 87.1 96.0 90.0
  Present Situation 111.6 107.1 105.1 109.5 112.1
Employment (‘plentiful’ less ‘hard to get’) -4.3 -6.6 -6.9 -4.5 -4.8
1 yr inflation expectations 5.1% 5.0% 4.9% 5.2% 5.0%


Market Strategies Cycles


July has been the best performing month of the third quarter, thanks to the mostly negative results in August and September, making relatively easy  the comparison.  Two “hot” Julys in 2009 and 2010 where DJIA and S&P 500 both gained greater than 6% and a strong performance in 2013 have boosted July’s average gains since 1950 to 1.2% and 1.0% respectively.  Such strength inevitability stirs talk of a “summer rally”, but beware the hype, as it has historically been the weakest rally of all seasons (page 72, Stock Trader’s Almanac 2015).


July begins NASDAQ’s worst four months and is the second worst performing NASDAQ month since 1971, posting just a 0.2% average gain. Dynamic trading often accompanies the first full month of summer as the beginning of the second half of the year brings an inflow of new funds. This creates a bullish beginning, a soft week after options expiration and strength towards the end.


July’s first trading day is the fourth best performing first trading day of all twelve months with DJIA gaining a cumulative 852.55 points since 1998. Over the past 21 years, DJIA’s first trading day of July has produced gains 81.0% of the time with an average gain of 0.49%. S&P 500 has advanced 85.7% of the time (average gain 0.45%). NASDAQ has been slightly weaker at 76.2% (0.25% average gain). No other day of the year exhibits this amount of across-the-board strength which makes a solid case for declaring July 1 the most bullish day of the year over the past 21 years.


Trading on the day before and after the Independence Day holiday is often lackluster.  This year geopolitical events in Europe have interfered with past normal patterns.  Normal- year  trading volume tends to decline on either side of the holiday as vacations begin early and finish late. Since 1980, DJIA, S&P 500, and NASDAQ have recorded net losses on the first trading day after. Russell 2000 has been negative the trading day before and after.


Pre-election-year July rankings are something of a mixed bag, ranking #7 for DJIA and #8 S&P 500, averaging gains of 1.1% and 0.8% respectively (since 1950); while NASDAQ (since 1971) and Russell 2000 (since 1979) pre-election Julys both rank #10. NASDAQ has only advanced in five of the last eleven pre-election Julys. Russell 2000 has advanced in five of its last nine. Despite tech and small-caps meager pre-election July track record, NASDAQ and Russell 2000 have averaged gains of 0.8% and 0.5% respectively


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Undervalued Small Cap Stocks

Enzo Biochem ( ENZ  2.89  )

Today completed the Russell Index rebalance. Enzo, because their market capitalization was under $180 million was dropped from the index. The short position had risen to 2.155 million shares as of June 15 and probably 1-200,000 more by today. I would suspect that the 2.574 million shares traded today was the Russell 2000 Index fund and funds mirroring the Russell delivered their long position against the short position exiting the stock with a net neutral trade (lots of volume without much price movement). This pressure has been against the stock since May so it is now over. I would expect the stock to start to recover its earlier price range of $5-6 per share. When AmpiProbe is approved the top line revenue should start to show a increase within 3-4 months of approval (product rollout, packaging, etc..). Enzo should be included in the Russell next year if all of this comes to pass. Upside pressure is likely for the stock.


RMS Medical Systems, Inc ( REPR 0.42 )* 

Has doubled this year already and can double again.

RMS designs, markets, manufactures portable easy to operate infusion devices, including needles and tubing. It is easy to handle by patients. The Freedom 60 is being marketed in Europe as well as gaining a footing among home-care professionals in America. The RescueVac is used in ambulances and planes for emergency suction.



Immune Therapeutics, Inc. (IMUN 0.06 )* Buy now.

IMUN is a specialty pharmaceutical company formed by patients funded by patients involved in the manufacturing, distribution and marketing of patented therapies to combat chronic, life-threatening diseases through the activation and modulation of the body’s immune system.


The Company’s technology platform is built on two different immunotherapies, Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) and Methionine-Enkephalin (MENK).  These proprietary technologies exploit the power of the body’s own immune system to find and kill diseased cells. We have bought the shares.


Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is a proprietary immunotherapy for the treatment of autoimmune diseases, HIV/AIDS, opportunistic infections, cancer and a range of other serious diseases. LDN works by boosting levels of endorphins (peptides produced in the brain and adrenal glands).


These natural peptides are also powerful modulators of the immune system. In order for the body to maintain good health and wellness, there is a balance of the immune system between the cellular (Th1) and the humoral (Th2) immune systems. Immune balance is regulated through T-helper cells that produce cytokines.


The Th1 lymphocytes help fight pathogens that are within cells like cancer and viruses through activation of interferon-gamma and macrophages. The Th2 lymphocytes target external pathogens like parasites, allergens, toxins through the activation of B-cells

In order for the body to maintain good health and wellness, there is a steady state of balance of the immune system between the cellular and humoral immunity as well as the regulatory T-cells that keep things under control.


When there is an excess of Th1 responses or cellular immunity conditions such as Crohn’s disease, Type 1 diabetes mellitus and graft versus host diseases result. When there is over activity of the humoral immune system the body over reacts to allergens or even itself (autoimmunity). And with less cellular surveillance cancer can occur.


What the body needs to remain healthy is a balance of the immune system. LDN is a compound that works on the body’s natural opioid system to restore immune balance.


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The heavy black marks indicate execution. We remain well away from getting buy stopped into the HDGE. Buy the HDGE on a stop above 11.04.


It only got to 11.02 the first week of May.  HDGE is the BEAR  Financial Services ETF.


We went long XOM.  Please check on the previous weekly market letters if there are questions.  We are long in Diana Shipping at 6.60.


The Scorpio Tankers were not ever filled as the market never got to our price. Try to buy a scale down on this move.  The tanker shippers like NAT and GLNG have done much better than dry shippers like Diana Shipping.  However, DSX had a nice week and you should buy now if not already long now.


We would buy Bank of America if not already committed and continue to like the banking sector.

Symbol Name Business Description PE P/S MV mln Price Buy Limit Stop LossOr sold
ENZ Enzo Biochem Life Sciences NA 1.35 134M  2.91 2.78 2.44x
BAC Bank of America Commercial Bank 10 2.02 165.3B 17.03 16.45 15.22x
HDGE Advisor Shares Ranger Bear ETF 10.91 11.04 X 10.60X if filled
XOM Exxon Mobil Oil and Gas 11 0.96 351B 83.14 84.20 82
GLNG Golar Liquefied N.G. Hedging NA 30.39 3.14B 45.56 32.44 30.50
SAN Santander Banking world-wide 14 2.34 91.6B 7.05 7.10 6.80
DSX Diana Shipping Dry Cargo Shipping N/A 3.7 611 7.28 6.60 5.90
STNG Scorpio Tankers Oil Transportation 26 5.6 1.47B 10.30 7.46 unable 7.48


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Rule 17B Attestations and Disclaimers

Princeton Research, Inc. has approximately 2,581,578 shares of AIVN both free and restricted and represents them for Investor relations. Princeton also has about 40,000 shares of TXGE. Princeton is paid $ 1,500 per month from RMS Medical Products. Princeton has bought 81,100 shares of RMS Medical Products. Princeton was paid $ 2,500 to write a report on Xinergy. Princeton has signed a contract with CBLI to be paid $ 2500 for July and August for investor relations. Princeton has been engaged by Target Energy. No contract is currently in place. Princeton was paid about 500,000 restricted shares of Leo Motors.


When there is no movement in penny stocks, even though there is none or very small losses, we will liquidate ( sold AIVN on stop ) even though we like the company, if money is needed for better opportunities.


We now believe REPR represents upside opportunity. The Target ADR trades at about $ 4.50 in U.S. vs 0.05 in Australia. Princeton owns 400,000 Australia shares and about 900 U.S. ADR’s.


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