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Ask a Fool: Is Cloud Security Corporation a Good Buy?

In this edition of The Motley Fool's "Ask a Fool" series, Motley Fool One analyst Jason Moser takes a question from a Fool reader, who asks: "Recently I was told, 'CLDS (Cloud Security Corp.) may have the Holy Grail in Internet Security' and 'should be a good buy for any investor,' but I don't trust the source. I subscribed to Motley Fool Stock Advisor and Rule Breakers, and I was wondering if you could check this out and tell me if this is a good buy?"

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  • Report this Comment On November 14, 2013, at 2:34 PM, Carpepm wrote:

    I had the same question about CLDS. So I researched the company. They have a fake office with a virtual space and phone number. Look as the history of the company. They have changed names four times over a three year period by being bought out by another company. It is a one person operation with a computer. It was reported that they have less than $5000 in their operating account. I really don't know how they are even on the stock market. Plus they generate their own news publications to affect the market. Most companies get a warning about stocks that fall under $1 about being delisted. This company seems to be able to go forever averaging 30 cents.

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Jason A. Moser is an analyst for Motley Fool One. He finds stocks that make money and tells the world about them. He's also won a Buzzy. And an Awessie.

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