April 1st, 2007   3:04 am

I Bought 1.3 Million Shares of GSPG

Via my corporation. On Friday. At $0.0034. Why not?


  • don’t do it, just another waste of your money…you should be pulling your cash out of banks and brokerages before your creditors come after you. you guys are going to be left with nothing

  • Happy April fools Day

  • April fools!!!!!!!!!!!

  • I’d like to think this whole pathetic site is some kind of April Fool’s Day hoax.

  • It’s been an unbelievable weekend, Casey, and this tops it. April Fool, indeed.

  • 6. Arthur Wankspittle
    April 1st, 2007 at 5:18 am

    Quote “I Bought 1.3 Million Shares of GSPG

    Via my corporation. On Friday. At $0.0034. Why not? ”

    How many reasons do you want? It’s not your money, it’s borrowed, they will want it back sometime.
    If it is your money you should be doing something more rational with it like paying your rent, buying food etc.
    Or is this one of your sweet deals that you were looking into that will come good and get you out your problems?
    Do you know what you are doing buying these shares? Did someone phone you up with a sweet deal on them? What do you think is going to happen with them and when?

  • Where you get the $4,420? After the fund-raiser you just held, you just confirmed my belief you are a liar and fraud.

  • Why not? because you will probably kiss that money goodbye? is that a good enough reason? if you want to get involved in the stockmarket the real way and make serious money, let me know. what you just did was gamble and your odds are terrible.

  • 9. mynameisearl
    April 1st, 2007 at 5:54 am

    You have no money to buy anything, gotta be April Fools. To bad the joke is on you.

  • Casey,

    thank you very much, this is the one i won’t buy.

    everything Casey touches then it’ll be broke.

    april fool day

  • You spent $4k on this crap? You can’t be serious.

  • you know what would have been much, much better?

    if you had said that this whole thing had been just one big troll

  • 13. DC Economist
    April 1st, 2007 at 6:11 am

    where did you get 4420? I am sure there is alot of folks whod like to know?

  • You got bigger stuff to be dealing with than idiot April Fool’s jokes.

    Besides, you’re the biggest April Fool going. Can’t be topped.

  • 15. DC Economist
    April 1st, 2007 at 6:16 am

    Did you even look at their stock? Yeah, theyre a gold and silver outlet in Nevada. And penny stock.

    1) how’d you get the money?
    2) did you know they just settled a lawsuit, and are filing their to-k’s late.

    3) its gone from a high of .015 down to .0003

    dude, seriously.

  • April Fools!

    Miami Real Estate Blog

  • casey inspired by your example I bought 14 condos last week. they are in uruguay so I can’t really go see them but I saw some pictures of them on the internet and they look like sweet, sweet deals.

  • 18. incredibler and incerdibler
    April 1st, 2007 at 7:01 am

    Check it out, Casey’s new career is pumping and dumping penny stocks.

    Now THIS seems like the kind of thing he was born to do. Except here I can’t decide which side you’re on — the sucker or the fraudster. As was the case with your RE sweet deals, the answer is probably both.

    You’re nothing more than a boy playing a man’s game. Not just the man’s game of RE, not just the man’s game of what you think “investing” is, but the man’s game of life. You think you’re in control, but Winston Smith had more freedom than you do.

  • 19. It's All Good
    April 1st, 2007 at 7:08 am


    You either:

    (1) Are April foolin’ us - if so, good one!
    (2) Are lying to sound like a big shot - if so, huge yawn
    (3) Found a sucker to loan you the money to buy - if so, yawn
    (4) Had the money to cover CC, but instead conned us for it - if so, shame on you the 1st time, shame on us the 2nd time

    In any event, your 15 minutes are about up. Enjoy your free interview with Homey.

    It’s all good.

  • For $4,400.

    Then I came home and grovelled all night for $400

  • 21. DC Economist
    April 1st, 2007 at 7:28 am

    it depends on the leverage that he used…and I dont know what leverage he woul have used

    also, he woulnt have use corporate credit for personal debt since we already got to him that that was illegal

  • Casey’s Message in 2 Hours:

    You’re right guys, it was a joke. I actually bought 2.2 million shares!

  • 23. LoadsOBrains
    April 1st, 2007 at 7:38 am

    MY GOD … cant anyone LAUGH any more?
    Good One Casey .. even the haters dont get it. Congrats on a GREAT BUY and a very good joke.

    Keep going.

  • IF you actually got the lines of credit through your new shell corporation, WHY did you desperately ask the world to send you PayPal the other night?

  • 25. James Pepper
    April 1st, 2007 at 7:53 am


    The only penny stock on this site is you, and any (unlikely) future labor you produce.

    You joined the Army yet? Or do you want the highlights to grow out before you get them shaved off?

    Moocher. Looter. Looser.

  • 26. John Hightower
    April 1st, 2007 at 8:06 am

    Why even joke about this?! It’s a slap in the face to everyone who just bailed you out. You have no idea how rude this post was. It’s just more evidence that you bite the hand that feeds you and don’t care who you screw over.

  • April Fool indeed.

    Dump thousands into “why not” penny stocks, and then the very same day spend eight hours working the moneymaker for loose change. I don’t buy it.

    If it’s true, it just confirms that Casey is not only a liar but also has a significant mental/emotional disorder.

    So which is it, Casey?

  • 28. It's All Good
    April 1st, 2007 at 8:16 am


    ASW is “sqeeze”

    WTF is “sqeeze”? Did you go to school? Do you have a dictionary?

  • By the way, I hope you have set aside about a third of the dontations you are getting over the Internet for state and federal gift taxes. This friendly reminder just so you can’t say later you were unaware you have to pay taxes on gifts you get.

  • 30. Swing for the fences
    April 1st, 2007 at 8:32 am

    Casey, do u now how much money ur goin to make

    I new you had it in you to show the haters
    Is it to late to by there stock?
    Can u give us more info?

  • haha, i think my brain hemorrhaged a bit before i realized.


  • 32. The Guy Next Door
    April 1st, 2007 at 8:47 am

    > I Bought 1.3 Million Shares of GSPG. Via my corporation. On Friday. At $0.0034. Why not?

    The usual reason why a stock sells sub-penny cheap is because the company behind it has nothing going for it. That’s NOTHING. N-O-T-H-I-N-G. Zilch. Zero. Nada. Which is the same as the stock’s actual worth, by the way.

    But I’d be doing you a disservice if I didn’t point ou that there are pump-and-dumpers who spam stocks like this to millions of people, lying about the company’s attributes and driving the stocks up overnight so that they can bail and screw over everyone they duped. Did you catch wind of one of these, Casey? Or, as per your history, are you planning to try it yourself? You DO realize that pumping a stock this way is illegal as all get-out. And that if you’re not the pumper, you’re almost certainly one of the ‘duped’?

    So which are you, Casey? One of the pumpers, or one of the duped? Anyway, have fun! Be sure to let us know when you sell.

  • Casey, I for one think this is a great idea. Think about it - all that stock has to do is climb to ONE MEASLEY DOLLAR per share and you’re a millionaire! And there are TONS of stocks out there selling for way more than a dollar! One dollar is nothing!

    This is honestly the best idea you’ve had so far! I encourage you to keep pursuing penny stocks, particularly those that deal with metals, because that’s a can’t-lose proposition. It’s not like real estate at all - the values of these stocks can only go up!

    You’re gonna make it!

    With that million dollars you can start buying apartment buildings and make REAL passive income.

    I’m so excited for you -this is your big comeback!

  • Great, you’re going to go from losing money in real estate to losing money in the stock market.

    Please tell me this is your way of making an April Fool’s joke.

    You don’t get any points for being a well-rounded failure Casey.

    If you’re going to invest, especially if you’re going to invest borrowed money, it helps to know what you’re doing.

    Before spending $4,420 on the stock, did you bother to pay $25 for the research report on Goldspring from Wright Reports - http://finance.yahoo.com/q/rr?s=GSPG.OB ?

    Did you even look at the company’s statistics http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ks?s=GSPG.OB ? That negative 174.45% operating margin would concern me somewhat, as would the negative 38.74% return on assets.

    Profit Margin (ttm): N/A
    Operating Margin (ttm): -174.45%

    Management Effectiveness
    Return on Assets (ttm): -38.74%
    Return on Equity (ttm): N/A

    Income Statement
    Revenue (ttm): 1.47M
    Revenue Per Share (ttm): 0.003
    Qtrly Revenue Growth (yoy): -60.10%
    Gross Profit (ttm): -2.18M
    EBITDA (ttm): -1.88M
    Net Income Avl to Common (ttm): -4.88M
    Diluted EPS (ttm): -0.009
    Qtrly Earnings Growth (yoy): N/A

    Please do not say anything about the stocks and why they should be bought, as the SEC is a lot less lenient than mortgage lenders when it comes to allegations of fraud, and if you give any stock advice, without the necessary qualifications, that could be a problem.

    Assuming this isn’t an April Fool’s joke, did you have to sign the loan documents to buy the stock in your personal capacity as well as in your corporate capacity? (If you’re not sure, did you have to sign the loan documents twice?)

    Also, is the stock being bought for your corporation or for you?

    Is your corporation set up as an S corp or a C corp? (If it’s not an S corp, has your attorney explained the dual taxation issue?) Also, do you understand that the corporation limits your liability, but only for the actions of the corporation, and that your ownership stake of the corporation is an asset that your creditors can come after?

    Dude, it’s one thing to make a few mistakes as part of the learning process. We all do that.

    But ultimately you actually have to LEARN something. Making stupid mistakes because you don’t like learning or reading the fine print isn’t going to get you anywhere.

    Greed and vanity and laziness are a deadly combination.

    Is this stock market venture just a desperate plea for attention since a good portion of your audience is going to sign off once that last house is sold?

  • 35. The Guy Next Door
    April 1st, 2007 at 9:05 am


    On March 30th – which was Friday, right? – you wrote the following:

    “I need to learn to make safer investments going forward.”
    Post #38. Casey Serin
    March 30th, 2007 at 6:35 pm

    And trading sub-penny gold stocks is what you came up with? Good Lord. And you let your mother read this blog??

  • 36. The Guy Next Door
    April 1st, 2007 at 9:15 am


    The interview terms with T “I’ll pay him $240 if he will agree to a 1 hour interview with T. No holds barred; she askes whatever she wants and he HAS to answer to her satisfaction.”

    Okay, so you did the interview with T. As I recall, the terms were for one hour, ‘no holds barred; she asks whatever she wants and he HAS to answer to her satisfaction.’

    She paid, Casey, so I assume you satisfied her! Way to go. You da man!

    Now, we’ve all read you long enough to know that we don’t have to ask whether you recorded the interview. So, when are you going to post it? (Or better yet, pay to have it transcribed???) I figure it’ll be the most entertaining thing we’ve heard since.. well… the last time T threw you up against the bars and had her way with you.

  • 37. oozing_santorum
    April 1st, 2007 at 9:23 am

    If this is a pump-n-dump, the SEC will be after you, too. There is a prison scam that is also called “pump-n-dump” that you will be learning about soon enough.

  • Casey, Casey, Casey!!!

    Please try to remember Mark Twain’s words, as they pertain to this new speculation:

    “A gold mine is a hole in the ground owned by a liar.”

    AWS: “silver”

  • Going from flipping real estate to buying sub-penny gold mining stock - I guess you haven’t learned the difference between gambling and investing yet. Good Luck - you’re going to need it.

  • We’ve finally found someone with a bigger negative net worth and worse cash flow than Casey!

    Sep 2006 (in thousands)
    Total Assets 4,142
    Total Liabilities 19,218
    Total Cash Flow From Operating Activities (-417)

  • 41. Richard Head
    April 1st, 2007 at 9:41 am

    no “why not?” about it. It was a good, savvy move.

  • Casey, Happy April Fools!

    I’m sure that you’re making an april fools joke by saying that you bought SUB-penny stock.
    Remember the rules of penny stock:
    Buy on rumor
    & Sell on news
    Always true

    At least this time I can give you a constructive advice.
    Anyways, don’t trade penny stock if you are indeed serious.
    You are bound to lose more money than gain.
    Try the big board

  • And I got some flipper properties for you to buy with no money down Casey, and money back in your pockets.

  • @25 James

    Joining the military isn’t an option for Casey. Being in debt over $2M would be ‘frowned upon’ to say the least.

  • I know that it is April Fool’s Day. But for anyone who is interested in penny stocks, the following article is a “must read”


  • 46. The difference between Casey & an April Fool
    April 1st, 2007 at 10:28 am

    An April Fool only gets duped one day a year…Casey gets duped all 365 (or 366 if it’s a leap year)

    April 1st, 2007 at 10:37 am

    Casey tried to save money by buying the discount pet food but he didn’t know it was recalled.

    Casey is rush to a hospital after eating the pet food.

    Let’s wish him well and at least he’ll get paid from manufacture for his suffering.


  • This isn’t even funny. It’s just pathetic.

  • “Oh, look at the magic beans that I bought”, says Casey. Happy April Fools Day!

  • If this isn’t an April Fool’s Day joke, then you’re an April Fool yourself. I don’t know of a single market that trades on Sundays. Who exactly did you give the money to?

  • 51. Darren Keogh
    April 1st, 2007 at 11:10 am

    Really..troll for small change and then smack everyone with this stock buying crap…you are the biggest fool casey ..as well as cheat , theif and liar …im sure no one would have donated a cent if they had known this information beforehand…its in desperation you see the true measure of a man - some stand solid ..the others turn into scammers…ala Casey

  • 52. Looking in....
    April 1st, 2007 at 11:20 am

    @ 34. Alexis
    You are as dumb as a rock!

    Everyone else…. I suspect this is not an April Fool’s. Casey TELL US WHY YOU BEGGED FOR MONEY IF YOU’VE ALREADY GOTTEN YOUR LINES OF CREDIT??

    If you have access to your lines of credit, then you need to pay everyone EVERY DIRTY PENNY back.

  • 53. Borat's brother Bilo
    April 1st, 2007 at 11:30 am


    You buy many stock in glorious gold company and one day will be as rich as my cousin Bolek who has 3 cows and 10 sheep in village.



  • 54. Mustang Ranch?
    April 1st, 2007 at 11:52 am

    They are located in Viginia City, close to the Kit Kat Ranch or maybe the Chicken Ranch.

    Maybe Casey will be taking a business trip to check out his company?

    GoldSpring, Inc. engages in the exploration and development of mineral properties in North America. It has interests in the Plum Mine gold and silver exploration and test mining project located in Storey and Lyon Counties, Nevada; the Gold Canyon and Spring Valley Placer gold claims situated in Lyon County, Nevada; and the Big Mike Copper property located in Pershing County, Nevada. The company is based in Virginia City, Nevada.

  • @Bilo Borats Brother… how much for the cows? Kazahk cows aren’t as good as Uzbek cows but they will do. As long as they are organic grass-fed free-range naturally-raised humanly-killed kind. Will you take some stock of the glorious gold mining company from the glorious land of N’vadah? If we have war or depression, that stock will make you very bogatei. What do you say?

  • @26: Why even joke about this?! It’s a slap in the face to everyone who just bailed you out. You have no idea how rude this post was.

    Deep down, I suspect it’s not a joke. This would be totally in character, not nearly over-the-top enough to be funny.

    But I agree - if it’s an April Fools gag, it’s an incredibly insulting one. Casey, you didn’t “raise” that money; you’re not a charity. You groveled for it. You played the sympathy card and panhandled. And because of the generosity of a few good-natured people who thought you might be turning a corner (and who doubted, deep down, whether doing it was the right thing to do), you gathered enough measly bucks to stave off the legbreakers for a couple months.

    If this is a joke, it’s a downright awful way to pay back that leap of faith. You’re making fun of people who just saved your butt. Quality human being indeed.

    If it’s not a joke, you’ve just confirmed and validated every ounce of character assassination sent your way by the haters. You’d be proving yourself to be the manipulative, opportunistic liar that many claim you are.

    So which is it? Joke or no joke?

  • 57. Dude were you hacked?
    April 1st, 2007 at 12:35 pm

    …because if you really did invest in penny stocks (especially with money sent you from the begathon over the last 2 days) you so deserve to have your *life* foreclosed on.

    ASW investor (as in from now on no one should be an investor in Casey Serin)

  • 58. Dread Pirate
    April 1st, 2007 at 12:38 pm

    That’s pretty good.

  • 59. RE Speculator
    April 1st, 2007 at 12:46 pm

    Where did you get the $4420?

  • @53

    You just don’t have the “investor” mindset! You’re probably content to work at a W2 job - HA! Casey is going to make it big! Even if this stock goes up to 10 cents a share - TEN CENTS - he will have $100 thousand! That’s enough to start buying apartment buildings, great big apartment buildings with tons of tenants just jumping at the chance to fork over their money to Casey!

    You’ve gotta start thinking like a big-time investor! Sub-penny stocks are like tech stocks! They ALWAYS go up!

  • Tovarisch Konstantin: Ooo vass nyet yaitz. Vwi ponyemayetse?

  • 62. The Guy Next Door
    April 1st, 2007 at 1:08 pm


    I see that GSPG traded 2.9 million shares on Tuesday, 5.6 million shares Wednesday, 7.6 million shares on Thursday and, HOLY COW!! 44 MILLION SHARES ON FRIDAY!

    Considering that it has no news, this sure looks like a stock that’s being rapidly acquired! You don’t suppose it’s because some spammers have accumulated it and are widely touting it over the weekend, do you??

    This could be a really bad break for you, man. The huge buy on Friday makes your Friday acquisition look kind of like you were in on something - should anyone ever wonder who made this stock jump… Aw, but you don’t have to worry. It’s not as if GSPG is likely to skyrocket in a day or two… or anything like that, right? Right??

  • you think this is funny? april 1st joke?
    maybe as funny as “30 bucks isn’t much these days” remark?
    for the same reason that it isn’t a good idea to get advice on finances or education from you. these jokes coming from you just aren’t funny.
    this is precisely why so many people hate your guts.

    being as dumb as you are financially, and with skin as thick as yours, one should get a job as a PR person for some MLM/pyramid/scam/bs company. i bet you would believe what they do is great service, just like your gambling with the money that wasn’t yours to gamble with. just don’t play in the pyramid yourself this time. be a PR person. do your conf calls, websites, webcasts, conferences and “boot camps”.
    i bet you will succeed. this is the only way for you to keep living in your dream world, keep believing your BS. just don’t eat your own cooking. instead, sell it to other idiots.

  • 64. someone who knows better
    April 1st, 2007 at 3:23 pm

    @ # 53

    Totally agree.
    If you had any shred of decency left in your body you would refund all the money you were sent.

    People would NOT have sent that to you had they known you were out buying those penny stocks.

    You just don’t learn, do you?

  • Casey:

    You have not done so well in real estate so it is a good idea to get in to stocks.

    Do you know if your stock goes to $450 a share like Google you will be worth over 1/2 a BILLION dollars?


    P.S. Now that the blue ball is gone will you get taking it off the anti-spam word list?

    P.P.S. How about replacing the blue ball with a hoppity horse to sit on?


  • 66. Reality Central
    April 1st, 2007 at 3:36 pm

    38. oozing_santorum

    If this is a pump-n-dump, the SEC will be after you, too. There is a prison scam that is also called “pump-n-dump” that you will be learning about soon enough.

    Well, I’ll just come out and say that Friday I shorted 1.3 million shares of GSPG at $0.0034. My “dump” therefore cancels Casey’s “pump” — and all is right with the world again.

  • posting a picture of himself holding up a demeaning sign, and agreeing to a 1 hour interview with one of the Casey-styled ‘haters’. Dancing like a trained monkey for money, the attackers using his weakness against him. This morning, there’s another post on Iamfacingforeclosure.com, in which Casey claims to have purchased more than $4000 worth of penny mining stocks. I don’t believe it. There’s some goofing going on here, but whether it is Serin

  • To those who’ve “donated” money, how many felt betrayed? For those who missed it, CS said he bought on FRIDAY!

    Casey, you are beginning to act more, in fact, worse than these so-called gurus. The difference, you are now an official liar, back stabber and a traitor. Not a traitor to the country, but traitor to the people who’ve helped you.

  • Oh man, oh man…I am going to be first every time! Yes! Let me see if I got my $10 worth…humm….

  • Funny how you just said on the Nacho interview that you learned you can’t just disclose a little or you will set off speculation.

    Then here you go with this April Foolishness — conveniently AFTER you beg us for money and claim you have no more than pocket change to your name — without disclosing one key detail: where you got the money.

    So obviously you want speculation going wild. You’re feeding it. Pulling the pin on the grenade and walking away while it explodes.

    We don’t want to hear you ragging about how we’re assuming and speculating anymore. Because not only do you feed it, you know perfectly well you’re feeding it. K?

    April 1st, 2007 at 4:21 pm

    Casey read my title and use google.

    Also, The people on here that hate on you are just trying to make thier lives seem better(they are small people). I have been reading this for sometime now and I truely want to see you turn this around.

    Again google is your friend.

    YPN ADBRIGHT= 3-5k a month with this site

  • Casey,

    Why are you moderating my comment of truth? Why do you ask these people for money when you know damn well you are going to blow it and laugh in everyone’s face.

    You like a freakin’ crackhead…never to be trusted with money!!

    Please be a man and post this!!! You need to be taken care of because of your scamming personality!!

  • 73. Feeding Frenzy
    April 1st, 2007 at 4:22 pm

    73. mejustme

    So obviously you want speculation going wild. You’re feeding it. Pulling the pin on the grenade and walking away while it explodes.

    We don’t want to hear you ragging about how we’re assuming and speculating anymore. Because not only do you feed it, you know perfectly well you’re feeding it. K?

    Well, Dolph, you’re just slurping it all up. The restaurant ain’t gonna close when it’s packed and the line goes down the block. K?

  • 74. a shystee friends
    April 1st, 2007 at 4:32 pm

    I have written letters several times to serindipity; trying time and time again to help the boy. Yet as the old saying goes: You can’t polish dog crap! So I quess with that in mind I should put my shovel down and leave Captain Bird-dog to his own devices. I just can’t help but wondering where serindipidy will end up in the future?

    Look down there in the water its a filthy emaciated TROLL in the mucky, green slim, sess pool, riverbeed fisherman, Penquin from Batman returns, squakey voice with mutated penquin flangies, in search of a drop of discarded Jamba Juice and Starclucks, wearing nothing but his own feces and a manpurse (murse), dreadlocked ratsnest hair, foaming at the mouth and mumbling something about sweet bird-dog deals during the millenium living of off have dead six month old fish chum as he baths in the local Stormdrain.

    Well let me spare you from asking. YES that’s Casey Serin.

  • 75. $30 Is Nothing
    April 1st, 2007 at 4:34 pm

    Whoa - baby, that is Sweet news! You are back in the game!

    You have a varied and broad business model I must say - especially last Friday - stock market deal maker by day, monkey jumping through hoops at night for $10 and $20.

    The ASW is quite relevant -”looser”

  • This is a good one! just close enough to possible / reasonable for you to pull it over everyone. Glad to see that you have not lost your sense of humor.

  • 77. $30 Is Nothing
    April 1st, 2007 at 4:42 pm

    Cool new ASW: Mogul.

    (Jeopardy answer: “What does Casey Serin pretend to be, but will never be?”)

    The ASW’s were too hard to change Friday night for $, but now you’ll change them for free. Sweet business model!!

  • ASW: “whatdebt”. Oh, lord.

    This one goes out to all the new people who haven’t been watching this circus from the start, who just showed up and don’t know Snowflake (Casey) too well yet.

    This crap’s been going on for over six months, and should be extremely familiar to anyone related to someone with a cognitive disorder of some kind (addicts, narcissists, emotional cripples, etc.). These people are functionally impaired - they simply can’t think straight, and so constantly find themselves coming into conflict with reality and other people. They gravitate towards the bold certainties of gurus and dogmas. All of their communications strategies are based around rationalizing mental misfires and justifying the resulting actions. They substitute logic with halfassed rhetoric.

    A very popular strategy with those folks is to reserve certain facts out of the debate (or claim to have done so), and then argue that those people judging them don’t have the whole story. If the other party agrees to respect the secret evidence, that leaves our mental defective in control of the debate, which lets them continue doing whatever nonsense they’ve been doing. That’s exactly what Casey did on this last call with T, what he’s been doing here with his whole “don’t assume!” whining, what he’s probably been doing with friends and family since day one (”I got sweet deals in the works! Trust me!”) and what I suspect he’ll probably do in regards to this penny stock purchase. Mark my words.

    You handle people like this by refusing to play with pieces that aren’t on the board. It doesn’t matter who Casey is, deep down. Or what he’s got in the works. Or what secret sweet deals he’s got up his sleeves. The only thing that he deserves to be judged on is what he does and how it impacts people. The pieces he puts on the board. It’s time to stop caring about the secret evidence.

    The cold truth is, this guy goes around burning people. Anyone foolish enough to cut him slack gets hung by it. If you need evidence, just read here about the latest burned bridge. Just about the only sympathetic voice Casey had left, a guy who nearly destroyed his own reputation for Casey’s sake, and now even he’s bailing out.

    Time and time again. Since the very start.

    This has been a public service announcement. Have a good day.

  • 79. chitownplmbrbob
    April 1st, 2007 at 4:53 pm

    Wow! you think the RE market ripped you apart. Wait until the sub-penny stock manipulators get wind of you and your $. You won’t be able to walk for a week.hahahaha


  • Casey, April 1st is almost ending, and the joke is getting less funnier by the minute.

    Please … please don’t tell me you bought SUB PENNY STOCK… and $4,000 worth of “SUB” PENNY STOCK.
    The usual maximum a person spends on penny stock is less than half of what you spent on “SUB” penny stock.

    You’ll find a rare breed of people spending more than a $1000 on sub-penny stock.

    You know Casey, you’ve practically given the money away once again if this is not a joke.

    You said you will research into the stock thing, but if you had, you wouldn’t have OBVIOUSLY NEVER BOUGHT PENNY STOCK LET ALONE “SUB” PENNY STOCK.

    Anything less than $5.00 in my opinion is considered as PENNY STOCK.

    Casey, what the hell are you doing man?
    Nigel said the deal was canceled.
    So that talk about “LESS OF YOU AND MORE OF FORECLOSURE EXPERTS” are not going to be coming right?

    You know what?

    I was always your supporter, sometimes I sounded like a hater to encourage you to do the right thing.
    I felt sad for you when you had to do monkey dance on Friday for donations like a street bum.

    If this is not some sort of a joke, I’m now very disappointed in you. Rather I feel that you’ve betrayed your visitors and supporters who donated their time and money.
    You were able to $4,000 on “SUB” penny stocks..so what was the stunt about getting people here to donate?

  • 81. I doubt this is a joke
    April 1st, 2007 at 5:15 pm

    Somehow I think this is too “sweet” a deal for Casey to pass up. It sounds like someone got a great idea of using Casey’s popularity to create some buzz in this stock. I’m sure there will be some suckers in here that will jump on the bandwagon and try to make a quick buck. That’s what they’re counting on. I doubt that Casey even bought some stock. These scammers probably promised Casey a percentage of their profits. I just hope Casey got some advance money for trying this. I wouldn’t be surprised if it works and they end up scamming him. Good luck Casey.

  • TechCrunch buys F***ed Company because the end of the boom is near. ShoeMoney closed down his own site. Gmail now supports paper. Jajah buys Vonage. John Chow gives up blogging to travel around the world. Casey Serin buys a million shares. The comments are the real hilarity (as usual). Google announces TiSP: Free WiFi. Paris Lemon has a cool April Fool’s roundup. Valleywag Hates April Fool’s Day. Makes sense when you consider they pretty much do satire every day.

  • Casey followed through with hustle and ingenuity, and finally paid an obligation as promised. April Fools!

    April 1st, 2007 at 5:23 pm


    I DONATE $20 to you for a good cause but not for you to buy the worthless stock.

    PLEASE RETURN MY $20 back to me asap.




  • 85. Looking in....
    April 1st, 2007 at 5:36 pm


  • 4 Grand Plus on a sh&* stock? Gotta be April Fools.

  • You should sell it Monday at .0039 for a sweet 800 buck profit

  • Ha Ha! Happy April Fools, Casey! At least you still have your sense of humour……. See all is not lost……..

  • You are pathetic. Guido is coming to break your knee caps.
    Then the Feds are hiring a hit man to bump you off.

    You spent $4420 on trash stocks from a loan taken on a false corporation, while owing rent and cash cow? Then you begged for money on this blog by doing stupid pet tricks. Incorrigible, simply incorrigible. Did you drop out of high school?


  • 90. It's All Good
    April 1st, 2007 at 6:09 pm

    Casey, why the problem with my ASW=Mogul post?

  • 91. Heywood Jablomi
    April 1st, 2007 at 6:46 pm

    You’ve made a believer out of me, Casey.

    ASW: the Loositania

  • 92. $30 Is Nothing
    April 1st, 2007 at 7:14 pm

    Why not 3 Million?

    1.3 million is nothing these days ;=)

    Good things are coming!

    ASW = Equity. Sweet! How much of that equity stuff you got? (Hint: positive is better than negative)

  • Did you really spend $4000 on a penny stock? After spending the night panhandling for $200?

    Tell me this is an April Fool’s joke.

  • Lol I got spam for this stock couple days ago, Casey you bought this stock of a spam message? You can’t be serious.

  • 95. $30 Is Nothing
    April 1st, 2007 at 7:36 pm

    Casey - serious question. Are good things still coming with ‘N’ out of the picture? Even better things I hope?

  • He mentioned something about buying gold on Friday, didn’t he? I think it’s not a joke, which makes it horrible!

  • Casey,

    Great April fools joke! You should have mentioned that your commission was ‘only’ $179 for this transaction.

    -Big Cheese

  • 98. Casey's biggest fan
    April 1st, 2007 at 8:08 pm

    Its funny how much you interact when you need money.

  • OK all you h8trz:

    You do realize that Casey is a mere 27 days to being a trifling $200k or so in ordinary credit card debt? In other words, the debt has been reduced by $2 million while you were all bitching and complaining? He can easily pay that off in about 60 years making the minimum payments. Ta Ta…

  • 100. Billy Russell
    April 1st, 2007 at 8:25 pm

    Prove it.

    Post a screen shot of hte trade and confirmation.

  • Hey guys I know I said on the call with Nacho that I have made the mistake on this blog of not telling the full story and leave room for assumptions / speculations. I should either tell you the full story with all gory details or nothing at all.

    But today was different. April Fools Day. Come on guys. Have a little sense of humor! (I should have provided a screenshot of my corporate etrade account to make it more believable).

    About begging for money and buying sweet sub-penny stocks. I understand you are angry but look at the facts first:

    Notice I said in this post that I bought the stock on Friday. The market closes friday afternoon. I was begging friday night into the wee hours of saturday morning.

    There is no way I could have used the donation money to buy this stock! Only one commenter got it right. Every one else just assumed.

    So please don’t be upset with me. I understand your frustration tho. I do. If I REALLY bought this stock with donation money your anger WOULD be somewhat justified.

    I used the donation money to pay CashCall and the rest will be used for food, auto-insurance, catchup on some bills, etc.

    Also, I never offered to have you vote on how I spend the money if it went over 180. Only if I didn’t reach the goal. However this gives me an idea…

    What if I start a donation pool for particular purpose or maybe let you vote on the purpose / destination. That way you feel good about what your money is paying for.

  • Casey has NOT deliberately lied to anyone in his headliner postings before, so this is real folks. Also, I’ve been asking you this past week about your new corporation you set up to access lines of credit, and you haven’t responded. I suspect it’s cause you DID get the corporation, and you DID use a corporate check/draft to purchase the stock.

    I don’t think this is an April Fool’s, and I hereby request my $10 back REGARDLESS, because even if it’s NOT true, you’ve slapped your readers in the face with your arrogant post.

    Please refund my $10 immediately.to the email you see. Never again will I support you. Good riddance.

  • Win Win situation!

  • 104. Lost Cause
    April 1st, 2007 at 8:40 pm

    Maybe you can post this tomorrow because I have stuff to do.

    But we forgive you for the expensive real estate school, and corporate credit scam, and even the latest pump and dump. Just throw the real estate books away, and back away slowly. For your own sake, and your families sake. You used to seem like a really nice guy. Perhaps that is why you got ripped off so bad. Don’t let this make you bitter. Is that what you want to be — another plastic-looking seminar delivering phoney balogna rationalizing his crimes so that he can look at himself in the mirror? Is that your goal in life? Take one hour out of your life, and look real hard at what you really want out of life. Then ask yourself: is it the same thing that the get rich scaminars are promising. Please — just take the time: maybe ten minutes. You are making all of these bad decisions because you are pressured. Please take some time now. Do this little bit in advance, and then you will not have so much pressure. I want to see a real entrepenuer watching every penny and making a mint, as does mostly everyone else here.

  • “Only one commenter got it right. Every one else just assumed.”

    Perhaps because you have such a tragically abysmal record of poor decision-making, coupled with a habit of chasing pie-in-the-sky dreams instead of buckling down, getting a job and paying of that 2.2 million dollar debt you owe. So no one really questioned it.

    But yes, Casey, it was a nice April Fool’s Day joke.

    And at the end of today, you STILL owe 2.2 million dollars to various lenders.

    Boy howdy, is there ever egg on MY face! *rolls eyes*

  • 106. Lost Cause
    April 1st, 2007 at 8:46 pm

    I want to donate for a dumpster, so that Casey can get rid of all his real estate seminar books.

  • wow - you spent $4000 on a penny stock, instead of paying for food, rent, or your creditors?

    Or did you borrow the money to pay for the penny stocks, thereby defrauding new creditors?

    I guess you’ve completely lost your mind.

  • 108. Casey_Lost
    April 1st, 2007 at 8:57 pm

    I thought that you didn’t post on Sundays because Baby Jesus might get angry and sentence you to the firey pits of hell.

  • 105. Casey…
    Casey… I still don’t think you understand why people are mad.

    You had the cashcall calling from when? Wednesday???
    Why did you spend (WASTE/THROW OUT/DONATE) $4,000 on a stock… no… SUB PENNY STOCK?

    It’s like I HAVE $4,000 but I’m going to THROW IT OUT THE WINDOW and BEG PEOPLE TO DONATE to pay $220 debt!

    Let’s get serious without hating for a second. Want to see how ridiculous the situation is?

    Casey, I thought you said that you were going to do a lot of research on stock market before jumping in (at least in the talk show).
    I now realize why you failed “forward $2.2 mil” in real estate. Just like in stock market, all you thought about was finding a way to get rich quick.

    Have you read everything in investopedia?
    Do you know how to fetch the stock you want (ie MA, bullish, bearish)?
    Have you read a lot of forums in stock market?
    Have you paper traded?

    I’m a newbie in stock market, but I have found through trial and error that penny stock is not the way to go.

    Come on Casey… if you’ve done a little bit of research, you would’ve realized that penny stock is too risky and that you should only invest VERY LITTLE (at the most $1000 IF YOU CAN AFFORD IT) of your equity.

    Many people enjoy putting in $100 or $200 on penny stocks just for the fun of it.

    Here’s what you don’t understand.
    I’m sure that you buying so much of the shares will raise the price. You’ll be SOOOO happy that the price has risen.
    The people who pumped the stock by attracting people like you will start to sell, and I’m sure you will also start to sell out of panic (unless you think it’s a smart thing to hold long in a Penny stock… no I’m sorry… SUB PENNY STOCK… WHICH IS NOT A SMART THING TO DO).
    Here’s the problem.
    When you start to sell, because you have a lot of shares, the stock price will drop rapidly and you’re going to lose money or not able to sell shares because there aren’t enough people wanting to buy the shares and lose money.
    A LOSE-LOSE situation.

    Big board = safe
    Even A YEAR or two of holding BIG BOARD company with good fundamental = good return.

    There are people who lose a lot of money through penny stock. Those are the ones without knowledge that wants to get rich quick. Ofcourse, you know what happens next…
    they are in a LOSE-LOSE situation.

    Forget it Casey, I really thought that you were going to turn your life around and show the people facing foreclosure that there is actually a hope…
    I was wrong. There is no hope… at least according to you.

    Sorry Casey… game over.

  • 110. chitownplmbrbob
    April 1st, 2007 at 9:18 pm

    ok, was this your first penny stock buy and what do you know about this company? I’m betting you know nothing and got a SWEET tip. 20 minutes of dd tells me you should not have bought this pos with over a bil in the float. However, you can save yourself here a bit if you tell me you have a sell order in already. The price does not matter, the principle does.

    April 1st, 2007 at 9:20 pm

    How about you set up your little donation thingy and then never get a penny from anybody ever again. Your arrogance is astounding. I guess people didn’t get the April Fools thing because you never displayed a sense of humor before. Good on you, you till don’t have one. Or a good one anyway. So things didn’t work out with Nigel. What other “good things are coming”? Remeber, be honest or just take the whole thing down. It’s pretty much over now after these past few days. W**** .

  • 112. SacRealtor
    April 1st, 2007 at 9:29 pm

    Casey said: “What if I start a donation pool for particular purpose or maybe let you vote on the purpose / destination. That way you feel good about what your money is paying for.”

    Another great idea from Casey:

    We can have the:

    New Blue Ball Fund
    Designer Man Bag Fund
    Designer Funny Hat Fund
    Dubs for the Jetta Fund
    Jamba Juice Fund

    P.S. When you make millions from the stock deal are you goung to buy more real estate or stick with stocks?

  • That was a hilarious April Fool. That Review guy is a d********* .

    Nice one, Casey. And screw that guy.

  • I loved it! If the twits hadn’t worked it out the Borat and his cows business should have warned them…

  • @Casey

    You said “What if I start a donation pool for particular purpose or maybe let you vote on the purpose / destination. That way you feel good about what your money is paying for.”

    How about you get a job and we tell you which debts to apply the money towards.

  • @105 Casey: However this gives me an idea…

    What if I start a donation pool for particular purpose or maybe let you vote on the purpose / destination. That way you feel good about what your money is paying for.

    Do you honestly think that’s going to work again? After today? After the T call? After Nigel bailing, basically because you refused to get a job?

    Buddy, you played this out. It’s over. Don’t even begin thinking you can make a regular go of the dancing monkey show - you’re not that talented.

  • After reading all these comments I have to say it affirmed my true beliefs in humans as a whole. The MASSES ARE ASSES! You ran with belief in the story without even thinking or looking at the facts. For those who did get it but got offended….GET A LIFE. Life is hard enough without meat heads who can not take a joke. You can not take life too serious because no one ever makes it out alive. Just imagine how much worse it would be with a world without humor or laughter to break up your day.

  • 118. Unbelievable
    April 1st, 2007 at 10:23 pm

    “What if I start a donation pool for particular purpose or maybe let you vote on the purpose / destination. That way you feel good about what your money is paying for.”

    Are you out of your mind, Serin? I feel sorry for all who donated money Friday - you are all enablers of this behavior, and if you did if for “entertainment purposes”, all the worse - shame on you anyway. What a waste of time (and money) - there are worthy causes in this world, and life is too short.

    This guy has already abused the system, and you are going to give him more ways to do so? This blog is disgusting!

  • 119. HungryBear
    April 1st, 2007 at 10:26 pm


    What do you think of the following stocks:

    1. CFC
    2. DSL
    3. FMT
    4. WM
    5. NDE

    Which companies do you think its easiest to rip off with Sweet cash back at close deals?

    Help me find the next NEWC.PK. I want to make some money.

    Its all good, dude.

    Your old buddy,

    Hungry Bear

  • 120. goathearder
    April 1st, 2007 at 10:29 pm

    I will offer organic free range goat to casey so he can do trade to get trade of N’vadah silver for us, she really good fat goat. Horse Chicken Ranch would like goat, they say need goat they only have horse and chicken.

    casey, tell them you got their goat-they should be much happy now.

  • Casey says above: “But today was different. April Fools Day. Come on guys. Have a little sense of humor! (I should have provided a screenshot of my corporate etrade account to make it more believable).”

    WTF? Corporate etrade account? Casey, please explain your mention of gold or gold stocks last Thurs or Fri.

  • 122. Haters are fools
    April 1st, 2007 at 10:45 pm

    Haters must hate Casey, even if its April 1st. Come on guys get a sense of humor. You laugh at Casey for anything else he does. Why is today any different?

  • 123. JLIN the LOL guy
    April 1st, 2007 at 11:46 pm



    Good joke, I almost had a heart attack.

    LOL again.

  • “Haters must hate Casey, even if its April 1st. Come on guys get a sense of humor. You laugh at Casey for anything else he does. Why is today any different?”

    I totally agree with this, In fact, I was the one who suggested that Casey make an April Fools post.

    Anyone who knows me knows that I cant resist a good prank.

    Seriously, cut Casey some slack, he has thick skin and he takes a lot of flack.

  • 125. Lost Cause
    April 2nd, 2007 at 12:20 am

    So, did you sell the blue ball?

  • 126. Big Cheese
    April 2nd, 2007 at 12:41 am


    How much $$$ do you have in your Corporate Etrade account? People want to know.

    And did you sell your blue ball or not?

    Big Cheese

  • 127. numbaonehater
    April 2nd, 2007 at 12:54 am

    this is funnny stuff. for someone wth so little money/integrity, you sure do justify your actions with passion. What you need is a lobotomy. I’ll perform the operation, someone has to hold this little bugger down…who wants to help? Have fun making 10k a month you fn sucker. I know a way you can make 10k a week, you want in? just meet us in my office, never mind the drill, that’s part of the business…yes it involves using your brains and real estate..in a way teehee

  • Casey -
    Doesn’t it bother you that a significant number of your readers think you are foolish enough to make such an investment?

  • 129. alifesublime
    April 2nd, 2007 at 1:19 am

    i love the idea of a reality TV show

    It could follow casey doing his sweet deals and maybe meeting the haters

    Dealing with the banks and getting jamba juice
    Dodging cash call and shopping for card board boxes

    eating out and then begging for money later

    it would certainly be more amusing than The Carters of I Love New York

  • 130. The Guy Next Door
    April 2nd, 2007 at 4:04 am

    You folks have it wrong. Since the volume of GSPG rose fivefold on Friday, but not the price (by much), Casey isn’t gambling. He apparently bought in early on a pump-and-dump and is assisting whoever does the spamming by further promoting the pick on this board. That’s not gambling at all. It’s very nearly a sure thing.

    So, Casey bought 1.3 million shares Friday. Who bought the other 42.7 million that traded that day? One of his friends, no doubt.

    We’ll see shortly if I’m right. If GSPG rises sharply today, then *someone* is promoting it… and Casey knew about it ahead of time which means he was in on the whole thing.

    And THAT, my young friend, would be a crime that crosses state lines.

  • Well played Casey. ;-)

  • Even Nigel has given up on trying to turn Casey into something productive.

    Casey - For the umpteenth bajillionth time, you are a delusional, greedy, crooked fool. You belong behind bars, if only for your own protection.

    April 2nd, 2007 at 4:33 am

    PLEASE SEND MY $50 back to me asap

    i want to use my $50 to buy me jamba juice instead of you using to buy worthless stocks

    PLEASE RETURN MY $50 asap

  • 134. return my $75
    April 2nd, 2007 at 4:36 am


    PLS SEND BACK $75 to me,


    you are not worth a penny~

  • Nacho is mixed up! What was she thinking?! she had no clear idea of what she was doing. She’s just disagreeing with everything, she’s just a fault-finder. Not helping at all. All she seems to be doing is causing Casey to defend himself.

  • Casey, I’ve turned from a hater to a supporter after listening to Nacho’s ridiculous behaviour towards you. What was that woman thinking?! I think you held your ground really well. She was all over the place with her arguments. Whatever you said she just disagreed with you. It got really tiresome. She’s incredibly blaming and judgmental, she needs to keep her opinions to herself.

  • 137. Roberto Culosaki
    April 2nd, 2007 at 6:00 am

    Aloha Casey,

    Rico Padre here- your wealth and credibility are drying up faster than the Aral sea. You are now a stock broker? Is this a contest to see who can burn through more cash in a year? So far, you are winning.

    BTW, Bilo- Dziekuje is “thank you” in Polish. Poles hate it when you think they are Russians.


  • i’m confused. did he or did he not buy the stock?

  • We get to laugh at Casey 364 days of the year. Let Casey laugh at us at least this one April Fools Day.

    Casey, it was a good joke. If there ever was a mascot for April Fools Day, it would be you sitting on your blue ball, wearing your funny Dr. Seuss hat.

    Congrats on your donations. I didn’t contribute, but it’s good to see many people willing to help you out.

  • Ok, Now I am totally confused. Did you actually buy this garbage or was this just a prank. I hope for the latter.

  • 141. The Guy Next Door
    April 2nd, 2007 at 6:23 am

    If this was a pump and dump, it’s a failure. In half an hour of trading, GSPG hasn’t gone much of anywhere. 3 million shares traded so far (if that sounds like a lot, it’s only $8,000), and up 5 percent - but daytrades often rise in the morning then change trends about 3 hours later.

    So Casey, I apologize. You weren’t pumping this thing. I have to wonder, though… what on earth possessed you to buy it? It CAN’T be the news Friday that a settlement had been reached with a former director… That, of course, is trivial.

    As best I can tell, all you’ve got is a non-controlling interest in a badly watered down pink-sheet miner, 800 million shares outstanding and a total market cap of about $3 million bucks… probably worth nothing and apparently going nowhere. WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS STOCK THAT WE DON’T?

  • Hey, looks like Goldspring is up to 0.0038 cents this morning!! That means that dear Casey made a whopping $520 on his investment. Time to cash in I’d say (before things go south).

    Congratulations! (Can I have my $6 bucks back now?).

  • 143. Casey's biggest fan
    April 2nd, 2007 at 6:51 am

    Did you sell your blue ball? You said that you found a buyer and you were going to meet with them on Saturday.

  • So Casey, what made you decide to invest in this glorious stock? Please share your logic. Did you get one of those emails about how this stock was about to EXPLODE? Because I did too!!!!! Only mine went directly into my spam folder…

    ASW: manbag

  • Casey, now that April 1st is over, would you take this april fool joke off? ha ha we had a good laughter.
    Now, if you are still serious about this whole stock thing…
    I give up

  • I read the begging post and I felt sorry for you Casey. That is until I read this about the penny stock.

    I wonder how many folks would have donated their money to you if they had known or should I say if you had the stones to tell them about the stock purchase first?

    You reminded me of a performing chimpanzee with your willingness to do just about anything for a few dollars. The fact that you even considered bringing “G” into that fiasco tells me that you aren’t worthy of the trust she gives you. Her father (if he’s available) ought to be over to your home to stomp a mud puddle in your AZZ and walk it dry afterwards.

    I am very glad I didn’t fall into your begging scam. I feel for those foolish enough to have donated.

    Just when I thought you couldnt go any lower you start digging.

  • 147. Loads O Money
    April 2nd, 2007 at 7:40 am


    I am not very clever… as you have probably already realized.

    Are you saying you did buy those penny shares ? Or you did not buy those penny shares and it was an April fool joke.

    Please enlighten me,


    Loads O No’Brains

  • I went back and read how the begathon started, and I have to admit that Casey never says he’s broke, just that all he has is $40 now and that’s not enough to make the CashCall payment. If you parse that statement, you see that it really doesn’t exlude the possibity re are other sources of income/money out there from which he can draw, otherwise how would he come up with $4,200 for this investment. Note also Casey says it was made through his corporation. So how much is this corporation paying Casey? He says he’s not telling us the full story, and I believe him on that.

  • April 1st joke.

    At least is shows that Casey realizes that all sweet-deals are not ones to commit to.

    Every nice-priced deal. Has a seller. The buyer should consider why the sell is being done especially if the deal looks to good to be tree.

  • 150. A Learned Old Man
    April 2nd, 2007 at 8:03 am

    It doesn’t really matter whether it was an April Fools joke or not, does it? (although I agree that KC’s language is ambiguous). Either way, he’s j**king off his readers.

    (there, I saved you the trouble of bowdlerizing this e-mail, KC)

  • 151. Dread Pirate
    April 2nd, 2007 at 8:09 am

    I don’t get it. Casey didn’t buy this stock. What is the problem here? Why do people not seem to be picking up on this fact?

  • 152. $30 Is Nothing
    April 2nd, 2007 at 8:10 am


    My decoder ring is broken and your communication skills suck. Did you buy the stock or did you NOT buy the stock? I can read your post either way.

  • 153. William Tebbetts
    April 2nd, 2007 at 8:12 am

    CASEY-The smartest move you ever made was to buy that GSPG stock on Friday!! Go to the Yahoo financials PAGE FOR GSPG -CLICK HERE: http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=GSPG.OB&d=t
    Casy- this is a Gold mining company whose shares were being sold at 80 cents PER SHARE, right before the two partners locked horns and went to court. GSPG is a PROVEN AND SUCCESFUL Gold producing mining company with PLENTY PROVEN GOLD RESERVES and of TONS Capital behind them. Their court battles are over and it is back to expanding their operation. I presently am involved with two penny stock Gold comapanies and the other one is MYNG ( Golden Eagle Int’l ) I have made 200 plus percent on that one since I got in in January). All I can say is that we are in a Bull market in gold and silver and they usually last for around 9 to 11 years. there are very few Gold mining stocks that are at or below a penny right now and I think we may have seen the last of those days for some time to come. GSPG should right now be trading at at least 10 cents a share ( conservatively speaking). Realistically because this company is a compay with large proven reserves of Gold and has settled their legal issues I could see GSPG going BACK TO least to 80 CENTS A SHARE again if not higher (if you adjust FOR the old price OF Gold and Oil. ( AT THE END OF 2004 THE PRICE OF GOLD WAS $440.00 AND THE PRICE FOR A BARREL OF OIL WAS AROUND $45.00). PEOPLE DO YOUR RESEARCH ON THIS COMPANY AND BUY THIS STOCK BEFORE YOU MISS OUT!! IT IS STILL BELOW A PENNY TODAY (.004) BUT WILL BE ABOVE A PENNY BEFORE THE WEEK IS OVER. 44 MILLION SHARES MOVED FRIDAY AFTER THE SEC PRESS RELEASE ABOUT THE COURT SETTLEMENT AND ANOTHER 12 MILLION MOVED TODAY AT 11 AM EASTERN TODAY. ( MON APRIL 2ND) GO GSPG!!!!!! GO CASEY YOU ROCK!!!!!!!!!

  • dude,

    Who cares????
    This whole thing has become boring.
    Fade into the sunset and leave society alone.
    Go back under the rock you came from.
    Do us all a favor.
    At least hide so maybe you can avoid service of process.

  • When will this whole masquerade end up ?
    Casey, making humor in your situation is some luxury you cannot afford. Especially when (stupid) people generously give you money when you are begging for… What’s the next step ? prostitution or proxenetism ?

    ASW :failforward LOL

  • 156. Bankruptcy Professional
    April 2nd, 2007 at 8:34 am


    I am confused also, answer LOM’s question.

    ASM = equity! or lack thereof

  • It’s at 0.0038. SELL!!!!!!

    asw: fresh. New anti-spam words? How about “horse hockey”.

  • I just bought 190,502 Indian Rupees!

    Keep your penny stocks, Casey. Currency speculation is where the big boys make their zillions. You should look into it.

  • 159. Definitions of 'fool'
    April 2nd, 2007 at 10:10 am

    ASW = looser (you decide whether or not this ASW is ironic)

    April Fool = anyone who believes anything CS says on April 1st

    PermaFool = Casey Serin or anyone who believes anything he says the other 364 days of the year (365 days in leap year)

  • 160. Helping Caseys Notoriety
    April 2nd, 2007 at 11:04 am


  • Kids, kids, kids.

    Casey did not buy the stock. It was obvious from the git-go that this was a joke, but the haterz just couldn’t accept that.

  • My ASW was blue ball…. :’(

    Law Student Practice

  • Casey, if you really want to make money in the stock market, then short the lenders. You know, those companies that were dumb enough to loan you money? For example, take a look at what happened to New Century and LEND today.

    But honestly, stay away from penny stocks. You’ll do much better in the long run using your capital to buy quality stocks. Buying penny stocks is like investing in Team Casey.

  • Lots of Hate here..

    Few Solutions and No Vision at all!!

    GSPG is a proven winner

    Good Luck Casey!

    Keep up the great work.

    The Lord of Silver

  • To William Tebbets,

    Thanks for the post. I heard about this bulletin board.

    Thanks for having a brain.

    I have numerous gold stocks and have made a ton of money in them.


    Sit back and relax. This puppy is a winner.

    Go GSPG

  • Geez,
    Casey is trying his best to make something of himself and all he gets is gruff….You know that behind every successful man is a good woman.

  • If you got a tip from someone thats good for you and tell. qnd this is common practice in wall St; so lets hope you right and we all wrong.

    But at least say the full story; not half and tell us what was your motivation knowing that you are in a tought financial situation and you still went ahead with such a risky investement.

    waiting for your answers

    Godd luck to all!!

    April 2nd, 2007 at 11:51 pm

    To the geniuses still going on about the stock he addressed that it was a joke in the comments. It was April Fools Day.

  • I’m actually disapointed that KC did not buy stock. I lived in Virginia City and am some what familiar with mining there. I took a look at GS site and I see by the pictures that they are apparently placer mining in a area between Mound House and Silver City Nv. This area has very low grade dirt\gravel but does have some potential. What the hey, the dollar is about to go bust anyway. sheeesh, Doc

  • Hey Casey


    I hope your bloggers cry when these puppies skyrocket!!

  • He doesn’t have $4k, or even $40. If he got paid for promoting this stock for a pump ‘n dump - is this a felony?

  • In the words of Nelson “Ha Ha!” Your investment dropped like a rock today. Hope you sold on Monday. Next time you want to invest borrowed money I hope you learn some risk management like buying an index and writing in the money calls against it.

    Oh and just because you put it there.
    ASW: loose
    On the anniversary no less. Coincidence I think not!

  • Ya ok he sure bought it he just doesn’t want to admit to another failure. If it was up right now instead of down 33% since he bought it hed be gloating. Antim spam word donation uh no!!

  • Casey that was stupid, where did you get the money? these things become worthless. if you got a job and put money in a 401k you would actually make money on stocks, unbelievable.

  • this company will cease mining operations — possibly until March 2008. “Looks like dead money getting worse,” writes one commentator on BullBoards, a Canadian Web site for penny-stock aficionados. Nobody should know this better than Mr. SERIN — his purported investment of 1.3 million shares at $0.0034 per unit ($4420) in early April has now dwindled to $1430 with a $0.0011 share price. To use the parlance of Mr. SERIN, assuming he unloads this from his portfolio — he didn’t sell his shares — he merely