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Small Cap For You to Watch
Lindsey M. Doyle
Small Cap For You to Watch
Thu, 05 Jan 2006 23:17:57 +0800
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Newsletter - January Issue, 2006
In January's issue we are going to profile a
company involved in the Hot Brazilian gaming
industry. This company's st0ck is very much
undervalued considering the potential of the
industry and the position of the company.
(The perfect time to get in)
This small treasure is:
Carnegie Cooke & Company, Inc. (CGKY)
The st0ck is trading at only O.11 - O.13 cents
and we expect it could hit $0.30 - $0.35 by
A Huge PR campaign is expected starting Wednesday
and all next week so grab as much as you can up
to $0.25 range. We all know it's the big
announcements that make these small gems move.
Carnegie Cooke & Company and Charlson Broadcast
Technologies (CBT, LLC), introduces International
Simulcast Signal to Brazil!
St0ck Symbol: CGKY . pk
Current Price: $O.099
How will it react to being blasted onto
investors radar screens starting this Wednesday!!
We expect the price to go to $O.18 in next 2-3 days
We expect the price to go to $O.3O in next 3 weeks.
** Why we believe CGKY will be a good investment **
Carnegie Cooke is a media and distribution company
in the Brazilian turf industry. The Brazilian
Department of Agriculture reports that in 2003
turf/gaming industry revenues were in excess of
US$400_milli0n, in local racing events, using
un-mechanized facilities. Carnegie Cooke's Brazilian
subsidiary has been granted the right by the Brazilian
Association of Jockey Clubs and the endorsement of
the Brazilian Government to mechanize Jockey Club
facilities, and to implement international simulcast
racing throughout Brazil.
Their philosophy is to identify an untapped and
underutilized economic niche in the Brazilian
turf betting community, therefore allowing the
populace to enjoy the technological advantages
associated with the domestic and international
betting universe. This is done through the
introduction of simulcasts of United States
horse races and the ability to bet on them in
the same fashion as if the bettors were actually
at the American track.
By introducing this technology into the Brazilian
revenue model, Carnegie Cooke will enhance the
Brazilian turf industry thereby strengthening revenues.
Carnegie Cooke intends to extend this philosophy to
other areas of the Brazilian gaming community as
opportunities arise in the dynamic Brazilian economy.
***LASTEST BIG N E W S***
Carnegie Cooke & Company, Inc. (CGKY.PK)
is in the process of acquiring two new locations
in Niteroi, the island city adjoining Rio de Janeiro.
Niteroi is one of the most affluent suburbs in Brazil.
Its population is greater than 500,000 with a daily
average of 300,000 commuters. These potential new
locations are in addition to the existing domestic
revenue generating OTB's currently being expanded
in Campos and Macae.
Carnegie Cooke recently signed a three year contract,
with an option for three additional years, for
exclusivity with the Jockey Club de Campos to operate
both domestic and international simulcast signals
related to the turf industry throughout the state of
Rio de Janeiro.
With ownership of the Campos facility, the domestic
betting signal allows access to forty existing
accredited domestic simulcast signal OTB's within
the state of Rio de Janeiro. Management is in the
process of analyzing these sites for the inclusion
into its expanding OTB network.
Goto your favorite final website and read up on
this company. How do u think this companies stock
is going to react to thousands of investors
viewing this same very thing?
Is this companys stock ready to roll?
We ThinK So!
St0ck Symbol: CGKY . pk
Current Price: $0.10
We expect the price to go to $0.18 in next 2-3 days
We expect the price to go to $0.30 in next 3 weeks.
Please watch this one trade on Wednesday!
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