GBHL – You need to read this before the opening bellBefore you head into the opening bell today, investors need to take a look at GBHL and its Monster potential for HUGE gains.
If you miss our 3pm alert on Friday which pushed GBHL to all time highs before settling back to solid support levels, today is a prime opportunity to capture long term monster gains.
GBHL is buzzing like crazy this morning on a Monster session last Friday jumping 85.45% on 2 million shares traded
GBHL has only 2.1 million shares float, and with trading close to this amount on Friday, investors on several investor chat boards are calling for a “float Lockdown” and that will heat things up big time.
GBHL movie production is motoring with potential A-List Celebrities including:
Kevin Spacey, Jim Carrey, Daniel Radcliffe, Ashton Kutcher, Jesse Eisenberg, and Justin Timberlake
The Next Lions Gate of Entertainment
GBHL is being called the next Lions Gate of Entertainment
GBHL is a huge holding company with several pre and post production blockbuster movies
~ Global Universal
~ Plaster Rock (the movie)
~ Mr. Pink (the movie)
~ The Night (the movie)
Without a doubt GBHL is primed for a monster week ahead with potential gains of 500% to 1,000%+!
With only 2 million shares in the float we already seen how fast and wild prices can jump hitting an intraday high of $0.31 (+464%)!When trading alerts especially low float stock alerts like GBHL, pick your price points and never put in a market order to let market makers take advantage.
GBHL closed at $0.102 on 2.0M shares traded, that’s close to the total amount of float definitely shifting shares into the hand of solid long term investors ready to make some serious gains.
ABOUT Global Entertainment Holdings Inc.
Global Entertainment Holdings Inc., a publicly-traded Company on the OTC, Symbol: GBHL, is engaged in the production of low-budget, high quality, genre pictures with recognizable name talent. Global Entertainment Holdings employs a financing strategy designed to significantly mitigate investment risk utilizing tax incentives, distribution advances and/or pre-sales, gap financing, economies of scale inherent in back-to-back film production and deferment of our production fees.
GBHL, the Parent Company, generates revenues through its subsidiary operations. U.S. operations are handled through two, wholly-owned subsidiaries: Global Universal Entertainment (GUE) is engaged in U.S. film production, and Global Universal Film Group (GUFG) manages distribution and sales representation of films worldwide for content produced by the subsidiaries, as well as by other filmmakers. Canadian film production operations are handled by Global Universal Pictures (GUP), a 30% owned affiliate of the company. Please view this document HERE.
Global Universal’s CEO, Gary Rasmussen, has a long and extensive history of successfully organizing and developing companies in several different industries, including ventures in the motion picture business.
Daniel Crown, the former chief executive of Crown theaters, stated recently, “If you can find the right film executives, people who consider themselves fiduciaries more than producers, it’s one of the best bets you can make right now.” In this regard, Global Universal’s Management Team is comprised of that “perfect blend” of film entrepreneurs, movie business executives and “hands-on” film producers. The Presidents of the Canadian and the U.S. production subsidiaries, Jackie Giroux and Peter Liapis respectively, have a lifetime of knowledge, tenacity and experience in writing, developing, producing and distributing motion pictures and television content.
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