Xumanii, Inc. (OTCMKTS:XUII) Still Moving on APS Touts
Yesterday Xumanii, Inc. (OTCMKTS:XUII), Awesome Penny Stocks’ surprisingly resilient pump job, closed green once again, arriving at $0.39 or 6% up at the closing bell.
The pump campaign is still going strong, with Awesome Penny Stocks (APS) still dishing out daily touts, containing the same jaded promises of the stock price reaching insane levels. Victory Mark, the other big pumper outfit that was pushing XUII together with APS for quite some time, seems to have given up on the stock since the July 25 tumble that followed the first big crash and partial recovery of the stock.
Last night Xumanii were supposed to broadcast the Denver concert of hip-hop artist Mac Miller and they did put up a live stream on their website. However, the component of the broadcast which was probably of greatest importance to shareholders was missing – there were no advertisements to be seen anywhere in the XUII video player. In late June XUII came up with a lengthy press release informing the public of all the wonderful and interactive advertisements that their newly completed player will be able to display and subsequently rake in revenue from advertisers. Sadly, logging on about halfway into the show there were no ads for 20 minutes running, much less interactive ones.
APS are still touting XUII, tossing about promises of a massive short squeeze that will see the stock soar. Traders had to listen to similar drivel before XUII crashed 44% in a single day, along with promises that this may well be their last chance to buy below a dollar. It’s no wonder APS are still so desperately pushing XUII in investors’ faces – after all the promoter outfit promised they will retire and never pump a stock again if they fail to get XUII to the $1.00 mark and currently it doesn’t look like they’re doing a very good job of it.
Despite failing to move dollar volume as high as XUII‘s $10 million in yesterday’s session, other OTC companies traded in large share volume too. Arch Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCBB:ARTH) dropped over 9% on 1.8 million shares traded. Primco Management, Inc. (OTCBB:PMCM) sank back down by 21% after an excited jump on large volume sent the stock price just above half a cent, moving 126 million shares yesterday.