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Australian share trader, Joel Green said that his 137.4%* return from his share trading adventures would have been unlikely 3 years ago.

"I did my stock market education training in July 2002. 3 months later I had put together my first strategy," Joel said."The stock market can seem a gamble to credit card no apr no transfer fee many people. People are wondering what to do in the current market downturn. Empower yourself with a strategy so you know exactly what to do, whatever the market throws at you, before it is too late.""Emotions must be overcome in order for people to safely and consistently make the returns they are aiming for."Three approaches to trading are common:1. Rely on other people's tips2. Buy a bunch of shares and hope to get rich3. Avoid the Stock Market altogether"I took the first approach before I commenced my education. I was taught a new approach. I learned how to develop my own strategy with easy-to-follow rules for buying, selling and managing risk. I had a system I could test before I spent any money to see if it made the returns I wanted. If you had told me you could develop and test a strategy for the stock market 3 years ago, I would have laughed at you.""The best piece of advice I can offer, is to get a good quality education. Learn how it works and do not take chances with your money.""Avoid myths such as the belief you must stay away from the share market because prices credit card no apr no transfer fee can go down. This is nonsense! With an education, you can learn techniques that people use daily to make money, even from card credit no apr no transfer fee falling share prices.""Investors should consider developing their own trading credit card no apr no transfer fee approach to make their own investment decisions and control their own financial future, with their own money," according to Joel."I know this 137.4%* is hard to believe and it's true that not everyone can achieve this sort of result, but if you don't get an education and develop your own system, and receive ongoing mentoring, you'll never know what you can achieve," he said.* Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future no card apr credit no transfer fee performance.2

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A reverse merger is a method used by many small and mid-cap companies to initially go public, its the purchase of, and reverse merger into, an existing public shell company. This is inexpensive compared with conventional Initial public offerings (IPO). This is also a simplified fast track method by which a private company can become a public company.

In a reverse merger, an operating Private company merges with a public company that has little or no assets, nor known liabilities (the "shell"). A shell is what remains of a once public company that has ceased to operate, by going bankrupt or liquidation of assets. In some rare instances, the shell may have some amount of cash remaining for investment into the new enterprise. The public corporation is called a "shell" since all that exists of the original company is its corporate shell structure and shareholders. The private company owners obtain the majority of the shell corporation's stock (usually 90-95%) through a new issue of stock for the private enterprise or asset.

The public corporation will normally change its name to the private company's name and elect a new Board of Directors which will appoint the officers. The public corporation will usually have a base of shareholders sufficient to meet the 300 shareholders requirement for eventual admission to quotation on the NASDAQ Small Cap Market or American Stock Exchange (if the private company's financial condition substantiates other NASDAQ or AMEX requirements). The company must file a form S-4, this form is use to register securities in connection with Business combinations and exchange offers. although some shells have as few as 35-50 shareholders, and are currently listed (or can apply for listing) on the OTC Bulletin Board or the NQB Pink Sheets.

A Reverse Merger may be the quickest way to go public but is it the best? Lets look at a few drawbacks of using a Reverse merger to take your company public.

(1). The cost of the shell: the price of corporate shells has skyrocketed over the last couple of years, due to increased SEC scrutiny and demand for shells by Chinese companies looking to go public and trade in the U.S.

The price of public shells today start at $500,000.00 and people are paying it. With all the other expenses the final cost of doing a Reverse Merger could be close to one million dollars.

(2). Greedy shell owners: The shell owner not being satisfied with the $500,000.00 Plus he gets for the shell and usually keeps 5-15% of the shares for himself.

The shell owner’s shares will come out and cause problems for your share price when you least expect it, even if he sign an agreement not to sell for a year, he can not be trusted, it’s the nature of the beast, greedy and slimy like all snakes.

Don’t let the shell owner dictate to you and insert a stipulation in the contract forbidding you to do a reverse split, after all he needs you more than you need him, you can go public without him but he can’t get his money without you.

(3). The smooth talking consultant that can sell ice to an Eskimo in the middle of winter. He will paint a rosy picture and not warn you of possible bumps in the road to the public square.

Often the consultant may be the shell owner at the same time or at least own a piece of the pie, and is disguising his ownership with the help of a Lawyer.

The consultant should have financial industry experience, if he doesn’t have a website, most likely he does not want the visibility that the website provides and is operating in a stealth manner, under the regulators radar screen.

A website provides a open forum for consultants to do business but many shy from it because they do not want the regulators to see what they are doing, many have been barred by the SEC from having any involvement with securities transactions.

I keep a website and write articles because I want the visibility they provide. In many cases if you type the name of the consultant into google you will be able to see if they have been convicted by the SEC of securities fraud in the past.

(4). Due diligence: proper due diligence can save a lot of headaches later on, examine the shell closely, why are they out of business? Or if they have any hidden problems Such as angry employees, upset investors, product litigation. Or inconsistencies in prior financial reporting which can cause serious SEC problems down the road.

(5). Short Sellers: When I was a market maker I tried not make a market on the stocks of companies that used certain consultants because between the shareholders, the stock held by the shell owner and various other group the potential for a big sell off existed., short sellers know that when that stock comes out the share price will go down so they try to get there first.

For questions email: josephquinones@genesiscorporateadvisors.com

Investing in uranium is looking toward the future. With fossil fuels fizzling out, the world needs reliable sources of energy. The price of uranium has moved surpisingly fast over the last year with the scare of oil and natural gas shortages. Also, analysts report a severe uranium shortage over the next ten years. Lets take a look at what uranium is and how it is/will be used. I have always heard "buy what you know", so hopefully you will know a little more about uranium after reading.

Uranium can be found abundantly on the planet. Uranium is formed when stars explode, expelling the heavy element. Uranium-238, the most common form of uranium found on earth has a half life of 4.5 billion years, which explains its large quantity (around 99% of the world’s uranium). Uranium-235 makes up a little more then half of the remaining 1%. Uranium-234 makes up small amount left.

The most important form of uranium is uranium-235, which possesses some very useful characteristics. Uranium-235 can undergo “induced-fission”. Induced fission is when a free neutron is used to bombard the element, causing it immediately to destabilize and split. During this reaction a large amount of heat is given off. This heat, through various means, can be harvested into power. This is process is commonly called nuclear fission. Over 400 nuclear fission generators exist in the world today in major countries such as the US, China, Russia and Germany. Nuclear power planys fired up in 1959. The number is growing dramatically as countries are expanding their power grids. Demand for uranium and uranium enrichment increases as more nations decide to add nuclear power to their power creating arsenals.

Discuss with your investment advisor the pros and cons of adding uranium stocks to your portfolio. I have several precious metal and natural resource mining stocks in my portfolio which have done well over the last year. I am definitely going to add a uranium mining company to my list of stocks.









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