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ALR Technologies SG Ltd (QB)

ALR Technologies SG Ltd (QB) (ALRTF)

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Current Price
0.015
Bid
0.014
Ask
0.018
Volume
31,050
0.015 Day's Range 0.01741
0.0113 52 Week Range 0.0499
Previous Close
0.015
Open
0.01741
Last Trade
5000
@
0.015
Last Trade Time
Average Volume (3m)
25,751
Financial Volume
$ 471
VWAP
0.015158

ALRTF Latest News

PeriodChangeChange %OpenHighLowAvg. Daily VolVWAP
1-0.001-6.250.0160.017410.015200000.015CS
4-0.004-21.05263157890.0190.020740.015390930.01735338CS
12-0.01-400.0250.02790.015257510.01912257CS
26-0.0149-49.83277591970.02990.0350.015433790.02335687CS
52-0.0275-64.70588235290.04250.04990.0113468720.02910799CS
156-0.023-60.52631578950.0380.280.0113483910.04124018CS
260-0.023-60.52631578950.0380.280.0113483910.04124018CS

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ALRTF Discussion

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Scratchgolfer0 Scratchgolfer0 2 days ago
McKvee: Your comments irk me, really rub me wrong! First of all, ALRTF was over .14 cents when the FDA news broke, in early 2010 the stock was over .30 cents, just last year it was (ask) @ over .30 cents. I am beginning to wonder if you are a paid shill to offer a "false pretense" ... possibly you have no shares and just seek to spew your negative spin(s) and attempt to disillusion others whom have invested their hard earned money to ultimately seek a winner. The LONGS on this board will ultimately prevail ... people like yourself are merely an outspoken "flash in the pan". Obviously, you seek attention here and won't quietly go away. I hope the sincere investor recognizes you for what you truly are and represent. If I was a genie, I would grant this board one wish ... "I'd make you disappear!" ***PRESTO***
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mckvee mckvee 4 days ago
gooferball - I'm happy that I brought a smile to your face! I can say that all the "dollarland any day now" chatter from one or two die-hard members on this board made me laugh, as well. Especially after years of hearing it, when we never got above 7 or 8Β’, and now continue to hover around 1.5Β’ area, LOL 😅

GLTU!
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gooferball gooferball 5 days ago
Agree, I feel pretty much the same about this one. I'll sit on my shares and [my daughter likely] will wait till they either fizzle to zero or else somehow pay off.

A couple of side notes: I spoke with Chan at one point, and I felt then, and still feel that he's a straight-shooter that's doing his 'best' to turn this sleeper into something that ultimately will pay off at least somewhat for himself and his shareholders;

Also, as far as complaining about complainers (a phrase with a definite inherent hint of irony in itself), one of the reasons I check out the boards is to be amused and/or entertained in some way. I suppose it's also one of the reasons I do most things. Not only do I find it interesting to expose myself to the gnarly/seamy side of things, and the opinions of those that may disagree with me, I also find these a necessary consideration when it comes to maintaining a 'healthy' attitude. And if I may, I'll use the analogy of someone that follows only main-street-media to form an understanding of the world and the role America plays in geo-politics, and refuses to at least consider the viewpoint of the so-called 'truth-seekers' on what used to be called the dark web, but whom now amount to many tens of millions of followers, that look and understand things in a completely different fashion. In any case, this person MAY be doing themselves (and others??) a disservice.

In any case, probably likely to only visit here even more rarely from now on, however, I did want to say while there's still at least a few listening, that MCKVEE MADE ME LAUGH more than once, and I appreciate being amused. God-willing insh'Allah I'll be eighty years old next month, and there ain't a damn thing in the world around me that does me more good than laughter (especially as I watch my 'leaders' and my neighbors slow-walking America off the cliff).

Hang tough, youngsters, good luck here and in everything else and maybe most importantly, do your best to keep smilin'. Just sayin'. Cheers!!
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BuzzLite BuzzLite 1 week ago
I hear ya on the bonds. I almost went that direction a year ago. I’m waiting for NRGU to go below $300/share and buy back in. But with the election this year I’m standing firm. 2025 I’ll re-evaluate my investments.
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mckvee mckvee 1 week ago
I have a fair amount in 3 and 6 mo. CD's at 5+% returns on an annualized basis. Renewed them a couple of months ago. That's my hedge. Some still in bonds (yuck - I should have bailed out of those a long time ago), but the majority of my money is in stock equities. I keep about 4-5% of my money in cash. My f*ck around "roll the dice" money is stuff like ALRT, which admittedly has been a disaster. I did free up some roll the dice funds selling off AAPL and purchased NVDA at $85/share. It's done nicely, but so has AAPL since I sold it. Go figure.

Needless to say, I won't be rolling the dice with OTC's like ALRT ever again. After I get rid of the last 200K shares I own, it's all going back into winners. But that 94K shares I dumped the other day cost me few K. I tried an all-or-none sell on 295K shares at 0.016 - no bites. Dropped the price to 0.015 on a market trade and got a bite for 94K shares. I should just bite the bullet, set a limit price at 0.0125 on AON for the 200K shares left, and take my lumps. Should have done this a few years ago when I could have gotten my money back out of this deadbeat.

I still think Chan has a good product, but after 6 to 7 years of going nowhere with over $10K tied up in it, it's time to move on. Maybe there's still a pot of gold at the end of that rainbow, IDK. Don't want to wait any longer.
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BuzzLite BuzzLite 1 week ago
Put a cool MM into a 3 or 6 month t bill. 100,000$ over a year.
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BuzzLite BuzzLite 1 week ago
T Bills are the way to go now
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BuzzLite BuzzLite 1 week ago
T Bills are near 5.45%. Sell and put into a 5 month T Bill.
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mckvee mckvee 1 week ago
Yeah. And I should have put that $10K into lottery tickets. Better chance of coming out a winner!
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Rdizz23 Rdizz23 1 week ago
Chan could have put that 20mil into anything and made money. I would have rather he buy rare vintage sports cars. At least they would have some value and appreciate
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Rdizz23 Rdizz23 1 week ago
I should have just sold a kidney haha
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mckvee mckvee 1 week ago
I made more money selling lemonade for 2Β’ a cup in 1961 in one day, than ALRT has made as a company. 🤣
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Rdizz23 Rdizz23 1 week ago
My brother has made more money selling things on eBay than alrt has made in the lifetime of the company. They are better off turning into a drop shipping company. Would actually have sales.

Shit, I've made more money in the last 20 years working than alrt has made selling a product
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Rdizz23 Rdizz23 1 week ago
Abbott and dexcom probably spend more in marketing in one month than alrt has spent in the last 20 years total on all business operations
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jammastermike jammastermike 1 week ago
ditto john glenn
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johnglenn johnglenn 1 week ago
Thanks for posting lastone. Glad you are still with us.

I like the timeline Alr Technologies has given us. Yes, it has been delayed, but I still like it.

The delays have been frustrating but my guess is it's more frustrating for Mr. Chan, Joe Stern and the crew. The good news is soon we should be seeing results. Hopefully manufacturing delays are behind us. Looking forward to future updates.
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Scratchgolfer0 Scratchgolfer0 1 week ago
"Get in, get out or get run over!" Only the strong survive! Adios to the weak hands ...
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Scratchgolfer0 Scratchgolfer0 1 week ago
As they sang in the "Wizard of Oz" .... ding, dong the old warlock is dead! Put HIM out of his pathetic misery, someone PLEASE BUY the weak one's shares! Adios ... Adios ... Adios .... mumbles "don't come back!"
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johnglenn johnglenn 1 week ago
Damn. Picked up another 10k at .02. Should've waited. Got some more waiting at schwab to clear.
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TheLastOneSitting TheLastOneSitting 1 week ago
You clearly have no understanding of diabetes much less the diabetes market. There is endless information, clinical studies, and KOL opinions (not to mention common sense) all stating how much better CGMs are then BGMs, nobody thinks BGMs are better except you apparently. The issue is cost, not CGMs. Diabetics already have tons of healthcare related expenses like doctor/hospital visits, insulin, and BGM testing supplies, they can't afford another $25-$300 a month depending on copay for CGMs. If ALRT is able to sell 2 CGMs (a month supply) at the same price as monthly BGM testing supplies they will easily take over the market. No government, insurer, HCP, or uninsured person is going to pay 5x-10x the price for a CGM from Abbott or Dexcom. Not to mention it opens up CGMs for the 530 million+ other diabetics not using Abbott or Dexcom. That is also just taking into account the hardware aspect, they have proven the value of their software as well.

Why do you think diabetics don't use CGMs? Because they enjoy pricking their fingers to draw blood to check glucose 3+ times a day? You don't think that is painful? You don't think you miss a ton of data checking 3+ times a day vs a CGM checking every 3-5 minutes for 14 days? So why do you think only 7 million out of 537 million diabetics are using CGMs?

The problem with ALRTF stock isn't ALRT, it's whiny shareholders who know nothing about the company or the market the company is in.
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mckvee mckvee 1 week ago
Just peeled off 94K shares at $0.015. There's more from where that came from boys. Got another 100K sell order in at $0.016. Jump on it!
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mckvee mckvee 1 week ago
Waiting on ALRT to rocket us to the moon! 💤💤
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Rdizz23 Rdizz23 1 week ago
Market data mean nothing when you don't sell any. Just because there is a market for it doesn't mean people want our product.

Abbott - 6mil
Dexcom - 1.7mil (2022)

"Dexcom said it recorded another record year of new customer starts in 2022, bolstered by continued demand for its G6 continuous glucose monitor. The maker of diabetes devices added about 450,000 new users in 2022 for a total of 1.7 million customers globally, CEO Kevin Sayer said on an earnings call on Thursday."

With those number we'd be lucky with 20k users the first year
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Rdizz23 Rdizz23 1 week ago
Joe acts like abbott is a competitor, that's laughable, I doubt Abbott is worried. With billions of dollars available to market they could only sell to 6mil people, that really means we don't have a chance. Where I live Abbott is one of the most known companies.
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Rdizz23 Rdizz23 1 week ago
Joe acts like abbott is a competitor, that's laughable, I doubt Abbott is worried. With billions of dollars available to market they could only sell to 6mil people, that really means we don't have a chance. Where I live Abbott is one of the most known companies.
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TheLastOneSitting TheLastOneSitting 1 week ago
There are 537,000,000 diabetics in the world and you are worried about Abbott having 6 million users? The fact that Abbott only has a 1% of the market share and they are the leading CGM manufacturer (with only one competitor, Dexcom) tells me there is something desperately wrong with how they are selling CGMs. The ALRT investor presentation on their website says on page 13 the biggest barrier is cost so ALRT is making an ultra low cost CGM paired with their diabetes software. Makes complete sense to me.

Not to mention just 5 minutes of research on diabetes and CGMs will turn up a ton of diabetic message boards and forums talking about the problem of cost and copays, and that is just here in the US and Europe. It's much worse elsewhere.

https://diabetesatlas.org/
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mckvee mckvee 2 weeks ago
Rdizz... seems that ALRT's human CGM is a dollar short and a day late. Everyone's been putting their bets on the pet CGM, and now I have my doubts there as well.
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mckvee mckvee 2 weeks ago
Feels like a slowwwwwwwwww death.
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Scratchgolfer0 Scratchgolfer0 2 weeks ago
Joe Stern's REPLY: Abbot's FDA clearance for the Libre Rio and Libre Lingo are of no concern to us, as outlined in our investor deck we are not following their business plan of selling high margin CGMs (high cost) to a small number of diabetic patients. We are developing an ultra-low-cost model that will have lower margins but be accessible to hundreds of millions of diabetics around the world. Much more will be announced in the future but right now we are not prepared to outline all the details so a would-be competitor could try and copy or compete with our plan. Another thing human CGMs dont have is a diabetes management platform like the ALRT Diabetes Solution which will be what our CGMs work on. As noted in a recent PR, we have continually shown in multiple studies a significant reduction in A1C and received great reviews from those participating.

As I previously communicated in our conversation last month, we are not going to put our press releases until material events occur which we expect to be over the coming months as we go back to market with the new all in one version from our new manufacturer. We have already outlined what we are doing in launching the GluCurve in Canada and then in the US and EU through Covetrus followed by the rest of the world. We have also outlined we are working on an ultra-low cost CGM for humans. These things take time, there is nothing anybody can do to speed up time.
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Scratchgolfer0 Scratchgolfer0 2 weeks ago
I SAW / HEARD THE SAME INFO .... I intend to reach out (once again) and encourage Joe Stern to begin a flurry of pertinent pending or current news related to animal and human diabetes. I feel their silence is starting to discourage investing!
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Rdizz23 Rdizz23 2 weeks ago
Saw this article today

https://www.cnbc.com/2024/06/10/abbott-fda-approval-libre-rio-lingo-cgm-diabetes.html

In the article it states that Abbott currently has 6mil cgm users across 60 countries. That figure doesn't bode well for alrt since we aren't in any countries yet. If they average 100k per country then we'd be lucky to get 50k users
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Rdizz23 Rdizz23 2 weeks ago
Saw this article today

https://www.cnbc.com/2024/06/10/abbott-fda-approval-libre-rio-lingo-cgm-diabetes.html

In the article it states that Abbott currently has 6mil cgm users across 60 countries. That figure doesn't bode well for alrt since we aren't in any countries yet. If they average 100k per country then we'd be lucky to get 50k users
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BuzzLite BuzzLite 2 weeks ago
Ok, I still may be one of the earliest investors at 1999. Feeling as you do, SGolfer, the money is spent and no worries if I lose it all. The upside, I feel, is greater than the downside. Good luck to all, including those that have lost patience with Mr Chan. Hang in there! Better times just around the corner.
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mckvee mckvee 2 weeks ago
gopher - oh I get it. Toxic dilution was Airborne Wireless (ABWN), which I got caught up in. After that happened, I promised myself that I would stay the h3ll out of pennies, Obviously, I didn't listen and here I am! LOL

What's ALRTF worth? IDK. I guess we can look at their outstanding shares, public float, income statement, balance sheet, and all that good stuff. It's anyone's guess as to what the company is actually worth, but I can't say it's worth much. You're right about what makes the share price move, since there is no trade volume. While I continue to hold, it's not like I have much choice, eh? There's just no interest in this company beyond the few of us die-hard investors. We're all hoping that changes, obviously. Just continues to appear like that mirage of a water puddle on the highway that you never catch up to! GLTUA!
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jammastermike jammastermike 2 weeks ago
lol, a tortuous situation exacerbated by the board mod... one whom deserves to have a hot poker shoved down her throat. talk about kicking people when they're down! what a miserable wretch she is... billy deserves even worse.

congrats on making it to 80! hope you're having fun spending that dough! :)

best regards,
mike
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Scratchgolfer0 Scratchgolfer0 2 weeks ago
McKvee: I mistakenly stated 1995; it was 2005, when I learned of ALR Technologies and embarked upon this investing journey. I have no regrets ... more than once I have had an opportunity to profit and chose to wait. I truly believe I will be rewarded for my patient attitude. On the flip side, you talk out of both sides of your mouth; you are negative and have stated the BEARISH icon, yet have chosen to add more stock and randomly comment mixed sentiments on this board ... almost in a bi-polar way! I could care less what you personally do. My net return at .50 would be over $900,000.00 ... so, if you divide 20 years into that figure, I feel I would have been handsomely rewarded! I will encourage those that believe in Mr Chan and his company to hold their faith and believe their day is closer than ever to arrival! For those that doubt, they can sell or spew their negative ... but, it will not change my eventual outcome one measure. I feel sorry for those that read your posts and actually deem them as credible; hopefully, they see thru your ruse and will discount you as I have!
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gooferball gooferball 2 weeks ago
Cheers brother!! Considering all the stupid investments I've made over the years, including the 'smart' one where Billy skee-daddled with our millions, the residual emotional toxic fallout from them is nothing compared to the one time I was [figuratively] kicked in the stomach by a woman who I truly believed shared my love and devotion. My point being, this is just money, and now that I'm almost eighty years old and have managed to amass more than I ever dreamed or likely spend, I find that it has become at times a sort of nagging burden rather than the happy-dance godsend I'd thought it would be while younger. Just sayin'...

I still add 10K share blocs of this now and then, cheaper these days than an OZ before it was legalized, and both expenditures may turn out to have been well worth it [smile], and it's all in trust for my kid in any case.
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jammastermike jammastermike 2 weeks ago
gooferball, thanks for weighing in and sharing your perspective :) i do believe you are correct; we both suffered the slings, arrows, and tribulations of a particular ticker in the I.P. space... alas!

i decided long ago alrt either got me or it didn't, time will tell and i'm okay with it... caveat emptor and all that...

glty & glta!
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gooferball gooferball 2 weeks ago
I enjoy checking in here now and then, and I must admit I thoroughly enjoy both the positive and the negative posts. Positive, pie-in-the-sky, Pollyanna or simply hopeful stuff is nice and often necessary for some folks and for certain moods, and the reality-based negative venting frustrated posts are also welcome, and I must confess I find the latter extremely satisfying personally. I'm glad the relatively rare number of people here that actually complain continue to persist in spite of all the folks triggered by their sentiments. For example, I see the benefits of believing, following and then sleep-walking into the nuclear WWIII that our %@#! gov't is slow-walking us into, and I also appreciate the non-MSM truth-seekers keeping us advised of how close to the actual brink we are heading.

Maybe it's due to being born and raised in Steeler Country (for the record, gave up the NFL, my only 'hobby', due to the KaeperDick anthem knee) where teasing and mockery of one's pals and brothers was the main pastime in Pittsburgh, not to be confused at all with picking on the weak, the worst sort of unacceptable behavior back there and back then, but rather to toughen us up for the shitty future that awaited us: being drafted and/or working in the steel mills, the only two choices, options or likelihoods for most of us. Cheerleaders are necessary and wonderful to maintain or pump up an attitude [and not just as a personal stable for the QBs and other BMOCampus, even us weirdos and uglies enjoy watching hotties jump around], and cynics provide the solid foundation for understanding reality and moving forward in life on a somewhat even keel. Historically, Cynics in gov't are the counterparts of Court Jesters, both sharing the main duty of keeping their leaders grounded in reality: "remember, thou art just a man" etc.

It takes courage and strength to stand tall in the face of enemy fire, and it takes more than one of the scriptural virtues to support and uplift one's fellow travelers through hard times. I know some of yinz by handle from other tickers, but I know all y'all from having hung out with yinz all generically one way or another in the past. Hang tough kids, keep the faith, and maybe most importantly, keep smilin'... Cheers!!
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gopher broker gopher broker 2 weeks ago
Somebody is messing with you Mckvee. They sold $15 worth of stock at the end of the day to pay for parking or get a meal at McDonalds. The company is worth more than $.0152 per share. This is not your typical penny stock. Do you see them diluting shares to keep afloat? I know you and many others have been waiting a long time, myself included, but hang in there a little bit longer and make some money on this one.
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mckvee mckvee 2 weeks ago
ALRT only lost 24% today! Nice close at 1.52¢/share! Looks like I need to lower my expectations. Ok. Who wants to buy 295,650 shares off me at $0.015/share? AON. Last offer! 🤣
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johnglenn johnglenn 2 weeks ago
Thanks Mikey. I will.
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jammastermike jammastermike 2 weeks ago
yo john glenn, you should check out fidelity... no charge on trades including ALRTF and free L2!
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johnglenn johnglenn 2 weeks ago
Agreed....much preferred TD.
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johnglenn johnglenn 2 weeks ago
Reach out to scratchgolfer....he might take you up on that offer.
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mckvee mckvee 3 weeks ago
Plus, with TD you got Level II for free. Schwab doesn't - at least not that I can see. I miss TD as well.
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johnglenn johnglenn 3 weeks ago
Yeah...that is a bunch of BS. I have bought from Schwab (under alrtf) with like a 7.95 charge....last 2-3 buy orders have had the $50. I was in a hurry and did not want to argue....so ate it. Bunch of BS.
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gopher broker gopher broker 3 weeks ago
I tried to buy some more shares as well but Schwab is trying to charge me a $50 fee since it’s international. I miss TD Ameritrade.
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mckvee mckvee 3 weeks ago
I'll sell you 295,650 shares, AON, at 2.9Β’ per share. Want 'em? I've made more money in a week after purchasing NVDA than I did in 6 or 7 years owning ALRT. If you buy them, that will give me another $8,573 to buy more Nvidia stock 🤣
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johnglenn johnglenn 3 weeks ago
Bought 10K more at 2 cents. If you are not adding under 3 cents you are no HOMER. Put your money where your mouth is fellow homers. Ride or die....long live the alrtf homers....
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