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August 06, 2013, 05:56:51 AM
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Buying shares of Red Star Mining (RSM) @ .009/share

backing up the truck, ok more like a pickup truck, or van, rental



PM, prepared to do escrow, or whatever
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August 09, 2013, 01:12:55 AM
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Have you tried putting up an option on btct.co?
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Have you tried putting up an option on btct.co?

I was thinking about writing puts in general on all these issues


but I don't know how that would specifically help me here, sure I would get the premium if it expired worthless until it was in the money during a sell off, but deep selloffs don't really last long here and could rise back up before I could exercise my option or expire in the money, I would be better with a limit order, but that may never get filled and it would tie up a lot of capital holding the limit order
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