...stalking HONEST Prana investors. On this forum, that's an oxymoron There surely are some somewhere, but they are called FORMER Prana investors.
What is your obsession with PRAN? So obsessed that you followed us to IH. What a LOSER. Find a purpose in life and stop stalking honest PRAN investors.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Listening for lies
Some of the verbal cues that someone is not being truthful include:
• Failing to answer. Dodging a direct answer to your question may indicate the person is trying to come up with a good answer because he or she doesn’t want to admit the truth.
• Denial. If you ask someone, “Did you do it?” and he or she answers with “I didn’t do it,” “It was not me,” or “I didn’t do anything,” instead of a simple “no,” consider that significant. Giving such answers are a way for the person to psychologically avoid an out-and-out lie.
• Repeating the question. This helps buy the person time while he or she formulates a lie.
• Attacking. “Why are you wasting my time with this stuff?” can be a way to attack the person asking questions when the liar feels backed into a corner. He or she may try to impeach your character or abilities.
• Being too specific. Sometimes a liar may try to “technically” be correct while skirting the truth and provide too much information to create a “halo” effect as they try to manage your perception of them.
• Being too polite. Complimenting you on a great tie or saying “yes, sir” in response to only one question may indicate the person is trying to get you to like him so that you’re more likely to believe him.
• Bringing up religion. Psychologists call it “dressing up the lie” when someone being questioned starts talking about God. Look for phrases such as “I swear to God” or “As God is my witness,” which may indicate they’re “dressing up the lie.”
You're welcome, While I've "migrated" to InvestorsHUb with many others, I hate to give up on Yahoo and yield to the clowns (I'm being generous). At the same time I'm hoping that Yahoo will begin to police these boards and perhaps take to task the miscreants involved.
By Mitch Sonogan - October 7, 2015 (excerpt):
"When thinking of high risk and high reward investments, the healthcare sector is one that immediately comes to mind.
It is home to a range of companies from extremely profitable global giants, such as biotherapeutics company CSL Limited (ASX: CSL) with a market capitalisation around $40 billion, down to micro cap minnows which may never turn a profit, like Prana Biotechnology Limited (ASX: PBT) which has a market cap of $70 million."
yahooDOTuservoiceDOTcom/forums/207809-finance-gs/suggestions/10039935-moderator-please-check-prana-bio-message-board tired of miscreants ruing this message board? Here's where to send your concerns!
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Concerning the deletions of posts:I guess it's necessary to query Yahoo about this practice.
PUt this back up again
Good to bump this now. The company is a disappointing one and the share price keeps dropping all the way. Anyway smart investors can make profits through trading opportunities.