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Most people hear the word PUMP and because of recent media stories, immediately think scam. While "PUMP" is the first word in "Pump & Dump", our "PUMP" means "PROMOTION" and intended to represent the word in a positive demeanor. Most smaller companies don't have the necessary monetary resources to effectively publicize their company and products. The Internet has provided a low cost/high return system of getting a small company's voice heard by the investment public. The rules for any campaign are specific and while we understand that this is an industry full of fraud, our site helps arm investors with accurate, up to date information, thus giving the investor a better chance to profit from the "PUMP".'

Our database updates all information in as close to real time as possible.  Once our data capture module receives any new information, our network immediately updates the database, updates the "The MOST PUMPED stock list" section of our website for the general public and sends a tweet via Twitter - @ThePUMPTracker  of the update.

Our paid subscribers are provided detailed information including - Promoter Website, Promoter Email Address, Stock Symbol, Paid Promotion, Paid Amount, Paid By, Length of Promotion, Promotion Opening Price, Promotion Closing Price, Promotion Volume, Average Daily Volume and ThePUMPTracker Scorecard, that is immediately posted to  ThePUMPTracker ONLINE (Members-Only) section of our website. There they have the option to receive an email alert to notify them of the updated change(s). Members also have the option to receive all of the changes via Twitter - @ThePUMPTracker

Why is this important?

You need to understand the risk of investing your hard earned money in a penny stock, based solely on a promoter's recommendation. 

Most investors aren't concerned with the risks as long as their investment makes them money. Should the promoter neglect to be SEC or FINRA compliant, you, the investor, may be held financially responsible when the regulators step in.  

As the investor, you can end up on the losing end of this deal.

If you are confident "this won't happen to me" or even assume that financial regulators would be slow to move in, you may be in for a rude awakening!   

On February 13, 2012, when promoters were issuing "buy" recommendations for Nikron (NKRN), investors were jumping all over themselves to get into this heavily-touted pump. Volume of NKRN shares sold from February 13th to February 15th 2012, was 25 times the average daily volume, and the price jumped from $.10 to $.20 per share in just those few days.

By all accounts this was a great promotion. However, to the shock of most involved, on the close of trading February 15th the SEC stepped in and suspended trading of NKRN for "possible manipulative conduct." The SEC Stated "The Securities and Exchange Commission ("Commission") announced the temporary suspension, pursuant to Section 12(k) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the "Exchange Act"), of trading in the securities of Nikron Technologies, Inc. ("Nikron"), of Topeka, Kansas at 9:30 am on February 16, 2012, and terminating at 11:59pm on March 1, 2012." 

The SEC continued "The Commission temporarily suspended trading in the securities of Nikron because of possible manipulative conduct ocurring in the market for the company's stock. Nikron is quoted on the OTC Link operated by OTC Markets Group, Inc. under the ticker symbol 'NKRN'."

When NKRN re-opened for trading on March 8th, the stock dipped to a low of $.01 per share. Would you like to be the investor having purchased NKRN at $.20, only to sell the position at $.01 per share for a 99% loss, all because the promoter, whose recommendation you followed, was not SEC or FINRA compliant?


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Using this site, you will learn who is being paid to promote certain stocks, how much they're being paid and for how long they are being paid for their service.

You will have the most updated information, including if each promoter was paid with cash or stock and who paid them.

No longer will you waste valuable time digging through countless pages online, trying to find the required disclosure statements that are demanded (by law) from today's stock promoters.

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On the left side of the page, you will see "MOST PUMPED Stocks". There you will see which companies are being promoted for the current trading day.  If the company is listed multiple times, each new entry represents a different promoter having issued a promotion alert for the same company. Also indicated is whether the promotion campaign is being paid for or is free. 

This snapshot of promoter activity is a valuable tool to use prior to investing your hard-earned money.  

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