3D Eye Solutions, Inc. (OTCMKTS:TDEY) Pushes Off from Bottom
There are few more exciting things in penny stock markets than a burst from triple-zero rock bottom to double-zeroes. Volumes for 3D Eye Solutions, Inc. (OTCMKTS:TDEY) rose significantly as the ticker delivered extraordinary results. TDEY jumped more than 66% at the end of last week, reaching $0.0015.
The ticker has not seen a promotion since the summer of 2012, but this would not even be necessary, given that a low price itself is enough to guarantee interest. The company has not been overly active with press releases either, just sharing its financial results, with no future promises or the usual noise of companies using PR to pump their prices.
TDEY has fallen from heights of 20 cents when it first started trading, and held at 2 cents at the height of the 2012 promotion. Since then, TDEY traded on low volumes for a small faction of that price, all the while sharing only very limited information about the underlying business activities. This pink sheet revealed the following in its latest financial filing from the end of April:
- Zero revenues
- $52,000 net loss for last quarter of 2012
- Zero cash, $80,000 current assets, mostly receivables
- $1.2 million debt
The above shows clearly the company has very little to show, practically had no operations for years, yet managed to trade on significant interest just because it is such a volatile, unpredictable bet. While the company claims its software for the making of 3-dimensional effects in picture and sound is already used by professionals, the financial filings don’t reflect such activity. The company’s new website also offers cloud computing services.
The latest promoter for TDEY was Hot Shot Stocks, a professional pumper ready to promise the world when it comes to its latest selection. But the highest-priced promotion was by Hototc and the Bull Rally, standing in for paying third party Robinson Holdings, LLC. This private company seems to be created especially to pump the TDEY ticker, with 10 emails in total for a compensation of $35,000.
TDEY now enters the territory of double-zero contenders, where the appearance of fresh tickers is the norm. One of the latest companies to join this team is DHS Holding, Co. (OTCMKTS:DHSM), adding more than 88% to $0.0017. While underpriced stocks are accessible, it is best to stay away unless you can afford the sharp corrections that often follow the phenomenal climbs. DHSM had the added advantage of a promotion, which fizzled out and led to the current low levels and bargain buying.