Eric Noveshen has a knack for the poor me story (as stated by his grandmother in a letter the last blog).
Now he’s asking the court to shut down this blog claiming that he can’t get work. Anyone who knows what kind of work Noveshen does can see this blog is the best advertisement for hire Noveshen’s ever had.
You can’t go on a LinkedIn resume and write “I’m down to play dirty ball in microcap stock fraud.”
This blog does that for him in shining colors. So the false loss of work story is not why Noveshen wants this down. This blog helps him get work.
Noveshen wants this blog down because while those companies want guys who will play dirty, but Noveshen doesn’t want to show them he’s on the radar of the SEC, FINRA and the Department of Justice. And don’t forget the many financial investigative reporters lurking in the background just waiting to break their next story.
To remove this blog would be an injustice to the Public, to anyone considering entering the microcap stock market. According to Investopedia, “Penny stocks aren’t a lost cause, but they are very high-risk investments that aren’t suitable for all investors. If you can’t resist the lure of micro caps, make sure you do extensive research and understand what you are getting into.”
The full article explains why extensive research is often hard to come by, the promoters and consultants make it that way on purpose. They don’t want you to know that $5000 suit you are about to buy online is stained before you click order.
“The Lowdown On Penny Stocks” | Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com/articles/03/050803.asp#ixzz4CgSAN9lW
Yes we also cover Noveshen’s grotesque abuse of the Broward County and Florida court systems and his willingness to steal money from his own family because that’s called transparency folks. If you’re going to invest your money in a penny stock you should have the right to know if one of its main consultants will take from his own family then he’ll probably take from you. The public should have the right to this knowledge.
Penny stocks are a fools game.
“You’re betting against the house – and the house always wins,” according to reporter John Divine, in 5 Reasons to Avoid Penny Stocks at all Costs. “Everyone remembers the grandma who won the $10 million jackpot playing the slot machine.
“5 Reasons to Avoid Penny Stocks at All Costs”
“But no one recalls the 100,000 players who lost $100 apiece to pay her out. No news articles are written about the next 100,000 gamblers who flushed their hard-earned savings into the casino’s bottom line.
To take this information down would be a disservice to the public interest. AND THERE WILL BE MORE PENNY STOCK INVESTORS VICTIM and victims to other financial scams orchestrated and calculated by Eric Noveshen and his crew.