Professor Huang Guangbin’s ELM (Extreme Learning Machines technology) is a key feature of the Watstock algorithms and operations.
Carl Freer tells people that “they” have spent 8 years and thousands of hours perfecting its ability to correctly predict stock movements with an 80% or greater accuracy.
While much is made of this technology on the site – reference to Professor Huang Guangbin would seem to have been removed along with his picture and bio.
If you are considering investing or working for Watstock PTE Ltd – you should consider contacting the Professor to find out the true story of his involvement. Read the article we have on it.
After all – It is his professional credibility and technology that has been used to profile – and promote – the Watstock website and product.
Watstock PTE Ltd, 12 Marina Boulevard, Level 17-01 Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3 Singapore 018982
Nanyang Technological University, 50 Nanyang Avenue, Singapore 639798
Tel: (65) 67911744 ask for Professor Huang Guangbin
Good stories are used by Carl Freer to rake in funds from investors – look at Gizmodo – Aluminaid – GetFugu . . . all the previous failures
The evolving Watstock story has so many parallels with the Gizmondo debacle it is mesmerizing to watch.
Amazing technology – leaps and bounds ahead of its time – blows the competition away – endorsements from the top people in the field – riches beyond belief – strategic partnerships – sign up here.
A good story is currency and Carl Freer spends that currency fast. Remember how they say it went down with Gizmondo – even to the extent of faking the signature of the head of Microsoft Gaming to impress investors.
“. . . [We] formed strategic partnerships with firms that would elevate its profile: Microsoft, Samsung, NVIDIA, Toys ‘R’ Us, MTV, and Ogilvy Public Relations.
. . . “Everything Carl did was about press releases. That’s how we made our money, by pumping and dumping the stock on the exchange. Everybody was ready to do business with us. We paid [Universal] $100,000 initially for content; we did a deal with MTV, then released the press release and wouldn’t follow through with the deal. Simply because we wanted the press release to ten-fold our shares.
“The alleged misconduct is supported by court findings: both Ogilvy PR, who Gizmondo hired to boost hype, and MTV eventually sued Gizmondo for breach of contract, alleging they were never paid for services rendered.
“A deal soon began brewing with Microsoft, which was in talks to provide games for the Gizmondo device. Anthony claims that before the contracts were even signed Freer had forged the signature of Ed Ventura, head of Microsoft Gaming Studios, and showed it to investors to get them to dump even more money.
One of the safeguards that you have is Due Diligence so contact Professor Huang Guangbin – and other companies associated with Carl Freer – and ask some questions – if you’re satisfied, invest your money or work for the company – if not – thank your fairy godmother that you did not fall victim – but had the good sense to ask the right questions.