RXSF was over $7 just days ago, and now it dipped to a level where someone buying in at or below $2.75 has a potential gain of 140% should the stock return to its recent high.
I am a consultant to the Company. I came on knowing of the likely similarities to AVXL. I have done two audio interviews with the CEO (HERE and HERE). Look at the disclosure at the bottom of this post for full details. We did not consult AVXL, fyi.
December 21st at 11:46 AM ET:
Link to Trade Alert: http://stockguru.com/2015/12/21/trade-alert-rxsf-up-on-huge-volume/
So… Look at the POST SPLIT CHART for AVXL. Then look at the POST SPLIT CHART for RXSF!
The similarities are AMAZING.
Both were UPLISTED AFTER their reverse splits. AVXL went from OTCQB to Nasdaq. RXSF went from Pink Sheets to OTCQB.
That’s why I like what I see here. I am a consultant to the Company as mentioned above for RXSF. I specifically took them on as a client because I saw what happened with AVXL and I knew RXSF is very real. It has a relationship and product selling through CVS in a big way.
Updated: 3:08pm 12/30/2015
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