You ever drive out on a desolate interstate and see a giant lighted sign that says "Clean Restrooms" for some run down gas station and/or restaurant?
The mere fact they have to state it makes you wonder why they have to. Methinks they doth protest too much.
Quality Stocks is like that, in that almost all of the of the stocks they mention are in fact not quality at all. In fact they are almost universally garbage.with the occasional random big board stock thrown in for spice I guess.
I've followed them for nearly 4 years now and I can you what Quality Stocks does is repeat whatever the company tells them no matter how stupid it may sound. Often straight up reprinting press release.
It's hard to say how exactly they aggregate so much (or why), I suspect the reason they've been able to survive so long is that most of their content is reprints of other pumper newsletters.
e.g. see here
what the website itself seems to be is an odd hybrid of stock promoter + interactive community (with the deadest forums known to man). In the recent past they seem to have rolled out a qualitystocktwits service in the mode of a poor man's stocktwits.
It is dense, the site is also very longlived by penny stock standards. Very actively updated and tons of channels. I know they have a blog, email, digest, all the usual social media channels, youtube (over 800 videos), forum and on and on. If you believe the site they have a crazy large staff,
They have a long list of "partners" , many of which I suspect may not realize that Quality stocks was a partner of theirs!
Although why am I not surprised to see Beacon Equity listed as one of their "clients"?
By garbage promoter standards their presentation is grade A. All the visuals and writeups are pretty professionally done. Somehow they seem to have over 10000 fans on facebook.
This is an ambitious lot, a very ambitious lot. Not your run of the mill player
But let's make this simple shall we?
" This website, www.QualityStocks.net, provides readers with information regarding publicly traded companies that have retained QS to provide advertising, news and public relations. QS receives compensation from the companies in the form of cash and/or securities in the companies. Compensation in the form of securities in such companies may be viewed as a potential conflict of interest. It is the practice of QS to sell all securities received as compensation upon the expiration of the applicable holding period set forth in Rule 144 under the Securities Act of 1933 ("Rule 144"), notwithstanding the fact that QS may be advertising or distributing materials on such securities and their issuers at the time of the sale of such securities. "
I think that basically states what they truly are. They may not be breaking any laws if true, but they are an operation of dubious ethics. Not to be trusted nor used for investing advice.
This review is the subjective opinion of an Investimonials member and not of Investimonials LLC
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