The Paid Promotion Weekly Wrap Up December 6, 2021
I want to welcome the new paid and free subscribers that have joined this week. These Saturday or Sunday postings will be a free weekly series that will catch you up on recent paid promotions ran during the week, news and stock performance from prior paid promotions. I plan to write more about trends, the different players involved, and deeper analysis of the targeted companies from the paid stock promotions. Any comments or feedback is appreciated.
Just as I was ready to enter Siyata Mobile $SYTA into the Hall of Shame a paid $22,000 promotion was ran by an undisclosed party with Broad Street Alerts / Traders News Source. The paid promotion was a total failure with the stock closing down 18% for the week. I had coverage out for paid subscribers early last week.
We then had a very aggressive $27,500 paid promotion in US Gold Corp $USAU released on December 1, 2021. My coverage was released on the same day. There was followup promotions by Lionstockalerts in a $22,500 compensated promotion and another by BroadStreetAlerts / TradersNewsSource in another $22,500 promotion. The source of all three promotions was not disclosed.
Nearly the whole paid promotion list last week got hammered with the broad markets selling off. The losers included $KTTA down 34%, $URYL down 19%, $SYTA down 18%, and $SVFD down 11%. I think there is a good chance a lot of the names could bounce if the markets firm up.
News From Last Week:
$KTTA announced the closing of their $30.4M private placement.
$MDGS Jeffs’ Brands submitted their confidential draft registration for a proposed IPO.
$BSGM announced the appointment of a new Chief Commercial Officer.
$SYTA announced they received initial orders for their SD7 Rugged Device.
I have received teasers for at least one paid promotion to be released this morning and I will have coverage out later today. I am attending a patent conference Tuesday and Wednesday this week in New York City and will mostly be unavailable until Thursday. I am excited to be back at a conference and hope to start making more appearances at investor and patent conferences in 2022.