Irrationally mad decision making to obtain the American Dream.

BigString.com (BSGC) a leader in web-based email innovation

Today I’m going to write about Bigstring.com (BSGC @ $ .40) because it deserves public attention. This company is just so appetizing and delicious that I know Google.com will not hold back its temptations for too long to gobble it up. I’m sure Google.com (GOOG @ $477) will wait for Bigstring.com to maybe grow a little bit large than its $100 million market cap currently. It may even be looked at as just too small and not ripe enough yet, but just wait. I think its new email ideas and inncentives will grow its free member and business database ten fold. This company looks like it went through bankrupty and is on the over-the-counter BB board. There is nothing wrong with this just look at Nintendo which trades now at $36 on the OB. Nintendo’s Wii is a complete success. I want to gobble up myself at least $10,000 worth of Bigstring.com. I just recently learned about it from its CEO interview on CNBC 2 days ago and just anxious to get some of its shares. Not just any small mini cap company gets attention on a big network. This shows the company has some major energy behind that could rock the socks off Google’s gmail.com, yahoo mail, and hotmail just to name a few in the big web-based email business. At $.40 cents with a market cap of $100 million maybe the stock price is about right, but with that CNBC coverage plus affiliate marketers out their getting $ .20 for every new free member sign up you are going to soon be hearing more and more about this little spectacular company with a big vision. Retractable emails? Exploding emails? No Forwarding!
Crap this company has big brainiacs! I could only imagine how hard the code was when creating the software. I would not be surprised to see this stock go past $5 before 2008. I maybe wrong, but the kids (yes the kids!) have been waiting for something new and cool and believe me this email IS COOL.

-fn

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5 responses

  1. Its market cap is 19 mil according to Yahoo. It’s sales are less than the minimum wage in some states. Google Finance and Stockcharts can’t even find it. I’d want to see at lest some signs of sales rising etc. before buying into a startup. You’d be nuts to put a quarter of your money ($10k) in it I think.

    Now here is something potentially interesting:

    http://www.siliconinvestor.com/readmsg.aspx?msgid=23465353

    Stock in a death spiral, but is beginning to make a profit.

    April 19, 2007 at 1:49 am

  2. Moom,

    You’re right I stand correctly. I must of misread off another stock. Currently its at $18 million for market cap. I don’t think you can compare it to minimum wage since its an internet tech company that creates software. It’s selling a service and doesn’t need many employees yet to run the company. The one thing they do have going for them is a very new cool email service I feel the general trendy public will want once the word gets around (as did myspace.com and hotmail.com). As for putting a 25% of my money into it I suppose right now its more like 100%. I’m waiting and watch the stock price because it seems to be winding down after a large run up after the interview on national Tv. Personally I feel I have to take biggest risks to get ahead expecially now they I screwed myself over trading my big profits from Feb 07. You are right. I should only be trading at most 5-10% into such a speculative internet tech company, but I personally really really like their web-based email which is enough for me without a doubt to invest a lot into them because of my belief.

    April 19, 2007 at 9:17 pm

  3. Moom,

    I’ll look into FLIP. It looks like it has a very powerful backing to a belief for old upset stock holders to rebuy and a big turn around for potential new investors. Thanks for sending me the article I enjoyed it and the CEO sounded very confident. I’m going to investigate the website sites.

    April 19, 2007 at 9:21 pm

  4. BoG

    I can hit ctrl-Print Screen on my computer any time I want and save a snapshot of the screen. No external software can stop me from doing that. I don’t believe they can truly prevent anyone from saving evidence of what has already been received. PLUS, your saved image and a subsequent snapshot of a revised version sounds like really great evidence to keep on hand to support a claim of fraud–or at least mala fides.
    It’s gonna tank once people get wise to the foolishness of its claims

    July 27, 2007 at 11:49 pm

  5. Bog,

    Everyone can hit CTRL+PRT SCREEN, but what Bigstring.com they take it to a new level. The whole point is that if you send an email and want to retract it quickly you can “delete it”. BSGC will be bought out or get new clients/users because it has a new programming style at least I haven’t seen in any other big free email on the internet yet. It is actually trying to think up “new” ideas which other companies aren’t just sticking to the boring format. thanks for the comment -fn

    July 28, 2007 at 11:55 pm

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