Neuromama's stock has quadrupled so far in 2016 despite not having filed filed financial statements since 2013, and then it had no revenue. This section gives no comfort:
Steven Zubkis, who also goes by Steven Schwartzbard, is the marketer behind Neuromama, according to the company’s website. He left prison in August 2010 after being sentenced for five years for defrauding investors, in a $1.8 million scheme through misrepresentations tied to the renovation of a Las Vegas casino. The Ukrainian immigrant was sued by the SEC in the 1990s for orchestrating a $12 million penny stock scam. He was ordered to pay more than $21.6 million in disgorgement and penalties for selling unregistered securities from 1993 to 1996.In what business does a company named Neuromama operate? The Bloomberg article states that it "operates in a broad range of businesses: a search engine, licensing “heavy ion fusion technology patents,” and Cirque-du-Soleil-style performances in Tijuana, to name just a few." Well, that explains things.