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Empire Avenue: Why Don’t You Have These Stocks? Top ROI and IPO

I am a big fan of Paul Stein Brueck’s (e)PDSTEIN daily top IPO’s blog that he posts to Dr. Capps’ (e)NICHEPROF “Empire Avenue Tips, Touts & Tutorials (#EmpireAveTip)” discussion board. While I generally pick up most of the promising IPOs before the post, Paul always gets 2 or 3 I miss, and his blog update comes  like clockwork.

Most of you probably haven’t realized that I am quite the sleuth in pinning down value stocks and top IPOs as well :). While I do not plan to make a regular blog post, I am going to take this opportunity to share the best buys bar none on Empire Avenue at this time, and a few IPOs that Paul either missed or didn’t follow up on from yesterday. My reasoning is a little more deductive and risky, but I believe in my methods, and they have accumulated myself wealth at a rate hardly seen on Empire Avenue. My ticker symbol is (e)AGJ and my name is Adam Justice if you want to invest in my shares, which are currently at (e)73.18 , and my ROI is 1.0 even.

First off I have the IPOs

(e)BDA Vasile Stoica Current 1.52% ROI

(e)3BDULLAH abdullah alassaf Current 1.49% ROI

(e)BRIANDUPRIX Brian Du Prix Current 1.25% ROI, ROI paid Yesterday=2.50%


Future World Leaders
*These stocks have Good ROIs, but were chosen because they are paying a much higher daily rate for at least the last 3 consecutive days.
(e)AJAX1NL Ajax1.nl  Current 1.45% ROI, ROI paid Yesterday=2.50%
(e)LIZS Liz Strauss Current 1.17% ROI, ROI paid Yesterday=2.20%
(e)WETCLOUD Kathleen Kiser Current 1.22% ROI, ROI paid Yesterday=2.13%
While the extreme ROIs will not continue indefinitely for these stocks, their weekly ROIs will increase drastically as they post more high days, and the lower days from 2 weeks ago go off their books. I own percentages in every single stock listed here. I expect their AVG dividend to increase, and their overall share price to rapidly increase as well. The majority of investors will not have these stocks on their radar until their Weekly averages catch what they have recently started doing daily. Beat them to the punch with (e)AGJ Adam Justice stock tips.

HOW DO I FIND YESTERDAY’S DIVIDEND?

The Dividend commonly displayed on Empire Avenue Profile pages is an average from every dividend paid over the last 2 weeks. Since people’s network activity varies greatly, you have no idea if the day after you buy the stock you will get 100 eaves or 10 eaves. The average dividend is probably the more telling and accurate of the two, but you cannot chart an upward trend without the most recent data. If a stock is earning 400 eaves a day for a solid 5 or 6 days, there is no doubt that their Weekly AVG of 150 is going to raise dramatically by the end of next week.

To find the last dividend paid out, go to View Portfolio and Lists. The “Last Dividend” is displayed along with “You Own|” “They Own|” and “Portfolio Value|”. If you select the stock, it brings up additional info including their 2 week dividend average in the sidebar on the left so you can compare.

For your own Daily dividend, you can go to your advisors tab and select “Louie”.

EA Daily Dividend

  1. October 7, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    Hey Adam, where are you seeing or how are you coming up with the ROI paid yesterday?

  2. October 7, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    Paul, under View Portfolio Lists the “Last Dividend” is displayed along with “You Own|” “They Own|” and “Portfolio Value|”. If you select the stock, it brings up additional info including their 2 week dividend average in the sidebar on the left so you can compare.

    For your own Daily dividend, you can go to your advisors tab and select “Louie”

    I will edit the above post to include a picture of where to find Yesterday’s Dividend.

    • October 7, 2011 at 8:25 pm

      Ah, thanks Adam. That’s good to know. I didn’t think that info was available anymore.

  3. October 17, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    This is nice 🙂 Thank you Adam!

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