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    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    Drod,....don't waste your time with the little pompom "boy wonder". He's been defender of all things PIP' since 2006, yet it's a $1 / penny stock! 41k shares traded today, yet "shorty's backed against the wall" according to this tool. What a loser!

    The guys writes enough term papers (as if he's a PIP employee) yet I gotta give it to him as you'd almost believe (according to his postings) this company actually produced a viable product!

    Outside of being a past SIGA shareholder and thankfully made things up elsewhere, .....I've just been following (like many) to see the story complete itself. This tools betting on the come, so let him have the company garage sale he's so anxious to see!

    Now back to the boy genius,....,his mommy comments and investment analysis!

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    That's hateful, man.

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    So let me see if I've got this right: PIP's PPS remains below $2.00 at this time (and will for at least the next two years as well) because you have reason to believe that SIGA/MAFCO will not be implementing (at least in good faith) the reorganization Plan as proposed -- under which PIP would appear entitled to receive, at SIGA's election within 210 days after a date "certain" (?), either --
    (a) The full DSC-confirmed judgment amount with interest of approx. $205M, together with interest that continues to accrue at more than $30K/day;
    (b) 100% ownership of SIGA and it assets (including ST-246 and any cash remaining on hand at that time); or
    (c) As otherwise agreed by PIP and SIGA (with no further review or approval by the BK Ct.)?

    Obviously, some marketplace participants (most likely MAFCO and the RP sycophants syndicate) would appear to be agreeing with you (and/or have some other purpose in mind for continuing to suppress PharmAthene's PPS and market cap in light of the proposed Plan's options).

    Under these circumstances, PIP's mgmt -- and more importantly Judge Lane and the U.S. Trustee -- should take particular note of your views, and of the continued suppressive manipulation of PIP's PPS in the market, in both --
    (a) assessing the integrity and bona fides (and thus, confirmability) of SIGA's Plan as proposed, and
    (b) considering, more immediately, whether to object to SIGA's requested extension of its exclusivity period for soliciting acceptances of its proposed Plan from Feb. 16 to April 16 . . . .

    If you are correct, it automatically follows that the confirmed Plan's enforceability by PharmAthene should be more airtight than now proposed before allowing SIGA to emerge from Chap. 11 (and from Judge Lane's continuing direct oversight of the Plan's implementation in good faith by SIGA).

    We should all know more from the objections, if any, filed by 4 pm tomorrow (Feb. 9) to the proposed extension of SIGA's exclusivity for soliciting Plan acceptances.

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    Hate ? Don't flatter yourself, you're not that important . I just think you're a fool and an idiot.

  • I've been waiting for that Soar for a long time

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    When one party is coming out of BK and you see PIP's volume along with SIGAQ's price ramp up (percentage wise)???
    My 2.8M share bid was at $1.60, so it will not be me doing a SEC filing. "Sumpin's up" we should know soon. Some agreed upon action precipitated an agreed upon purchase of PIP shares by some party? Those sneaky wall street boyz only win.

  • MONDAY? SIGA up also.

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    That hate in your heart gives you joy? You've already paid too high a price, sir, if flame warring is all you have left. Riddle me this...how does "PIP quadrupling" in any way equal "teebrane's self destruction"? Riddle #2 - if "posting too much on Yahoo is for self immolating bozos", ain't you and I the proverbial pot calling the kettle?

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    Honestly I don't care if pip doubles or quadruples. I just enjoy watching you post incessantly over how the stock is being manipulated and how you're certain it's worth more. Completely worth the price I'm paying to see you self destruct.

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    Oops...phone slipped and accidentally posted. "k" should read "the most sure-fire 2016 double in the current market". If you don't believe me, keep an eye on the options if you don't want to take state supreme court rulings at face value. I'm not going to sell my PIP for less than I'm going to get in a distribution, drod - no matter how much you or the actual despicable people molesting the price want that to happen. The fact that "how much" can be objectively measured by "harassing post counts" should give you bozos pause. It didn't work. It will never work. What's worse, your lord and master Ronno could be perp-walked and/or sued for his role in this at any time.

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    Maybe so, certainly in 20/20 hindsight. But right here, right now, PIP is k

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    Lol! Dude, this stock is $1.70! Can't your majority of time be spent better somewhere else?!?

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    See how much time you spend responding?!? That's what I'm talking about. That's what I love. I'm playing you like a deck of cards. The difference between you and I is that I know when I made a bad call and will admit it. You're one of those loonies that will spend infinite amounts of time trying to prove you're right. Any idea what your opportunity cost has been with PIP?? Dummy.

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    As the ticks tock, the tics here certainly talk. True that 2.8M is about 1M more than the last SI we had, but until SI is real time (Demand it from Congress! And a pony!), we will be a bit in the dark about that figure's current actual value. Since the verdict upholding the award, there's been a lot of short--to-short patty-cake for purposes of price suppression. Certainly not 100%, but easily could be 50%. 736500 shares traded since the last SI into the close for the next SI. Another 294800 traded from then until now; Feb 9 is the last trade date for the current SI period, and report day for Jan 13-26 SI. At least some of that 2.8M trade today is a new long position. If the seller was long (Nantahala or Hudson Bay maybe?), they were probably scrounging for cash. Otherwise a short seller's Gandalf-ask/catcher's-mitt-cover-play horribly backfired when somebody else Balrogged it - if Balrog was short, Balrog is now long. If a long got longer, they may be over the 5% filing requirement. A vote here as to what people think happened would obviously break down along party lines, but won't re-write history. The value is obvious (if not monstrous), but the shorts are equally obviously going to be oblivious until someone forces them to cover. If someone is making their move now, shorty is in big trouble - the L2 has some bluff-volume near the action, but that pulls up to about $2.25-2.50 the minute someone with the means looks like they really want a higher price. Probably puts the handle on the cup about there, and then all PIP has to do is get paid, and give the money to themselves-as-shareholders. Any remaining shorts are on the hook for their per-share of the distribution, and then the circus comes to town.

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    Not fun for me, drod, watching you pump SIGA, so sure that the PIP case was vapor, then lose a bunch of money, get stopped out, go bitter on Rose, post on the SIGA board like you were to-the-Pariah-Manor-born, but not ever have the faintest clue that it was your certainty that the PIP case was vapor that did you in. Not Rose. Not even Perelman. YOU. And then you didn't ever have the 4-balls it would have taken to buy PIP in the buck-n-change zone to make your money back. Nope...you're just bitter and sad. You think the current PIP price proves your point? Pffft. It today proves my point that short morons bumble about here recklessly, arrogantly, foolishly. Soon, it will prove another point, one that markets love reproving - "pigs get fed, hogs get slaughtered". The shorts here now are the hogs. The longs become hogs only when the price is actually higher than a fair financial valuation justifies, and yet they don't sell. Basic math says we are less than 50% of that value. You want to drag in a bunch of irrelevant stuff about pipeline, etc? Go ahead - PIP has richly earned some of the critiques along those lines. But cash is cash. Selling $2 bills for $1 is stupid, but team-evil-moron-thumb-on-the-scale is convinced that they can trade their way out of a horrifyingly-bludgeoned-by-Justice short bet by faith in the Ginsu-magic of one Ronald O Perelman. Tell me Drod...did trusting Perelman to do right by other holders of SIGAQ actually work for you? Has trusting Perelman ever worked? For anyone? Or has he lived his life making bitter used people like you everywhere he goes? I think you know the answer to that better than most.

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    Agree the SI report will be most interesting, Tee. The 2.8M share purchase was well in excess of the 1.88M shares of SI (a/o Jan. 15, 2016). (Would hate to see all the ammo for the short squeeze dissipated at 1.63/shr, but I too suspect the SI won't budge much in the SI interest report for this period.) Dark pool transaction appears to me as well to be the most likely suspect in my mind at this time. If purchased by or on behalf of MAFCO and/or the RP sycophants syndicate, as I now suspect it was, it would appear from its timing that it was taken as a hedge against the market's response to (1) any objection(s) filed by the deadline (Feb. 9, at 4:00 pm) to extending SIGA's exclusivity period to April 16 (hearing on Feb. 16), and/or (2) Judge Lane's denial of SIGA's request.

    It will therefore be most interesting to see, in addition to the next SI report, who files objections to SIGA's requested exclusivity extension by 4:00 pm on the 9th, and how Judge Lane rules on SIGA's request after the Feb. 16 hearing . . . .

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    Nah, it's ok. I'm enjoying watching You Argue With Everyone And Desperately Promote This Stock. It's so sad to watch you cling on, it's actually entertaining. It's fun watching you mentally fall apart.

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    This word "speechless"...I don't think it means what you think it means. They fact that you can't resist the urge to bash, however, says plenty. Now go over to your mom, and say "Hi mom. I harass random strangers on the internet. Does that make you proud of me?"

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    I'm speechless after another one of your ad nauseum term papers,......you truly are the loser pumptard many think!

    Cling to you penny srock,....money's coming,....for real,....really?!

  • Reply to

    PIP - The undervalued monster!

    by profitsin2004 Feb 5, 2016 11:01 AM

    The bashers are just plain dumb. Anyone with a plugged nickel's worth of sense should know by now that I mostly counter-punch. Their game isn't profitable unless their painting/bashing tag-team makes longs lose confidence, and they plainly hate the fact that I trumpet "THIS is their strategy...don't be deceived by it - buy the cover they'd hoped for in overly greedy bids and sell into their fears - only dump into their abject terror, for their abject terror comes like a righteous thief in the night to their portfolios of evil! Amen!". For some reason that I certainly can't fathom, they find this pompous ;)-. When they make their main point "that butthead teebrane is a butthead" instead of hard facts as to why PIP, winner of $205M and counting, is over-priced at $111M, they are making my case for me - that they are dreadful sore loser-bullies with more money than they deserve, and they are soon to have less money - even today, one of their number lost their nerve, and had to have the fight maintained by another from team-crooked-bad-guy (as I predict will be revealed as a fact in the SI report of Feb 24, when the SI doesn't budge much - we've seen this darkpool movie before).

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