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  • stom138 stom138 May 18, 2010 9:10 AM Flag

    everyone put a high sell order in

    Why do people sell at these levels? If people want a stock to appreciate, then don't sell. Everyone should have a sell order in for like 30 cents. Let the bid come up to us...not the other way around.

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    • That is so stupid...

      Put your sell oders in at 30 cents and watch ACTC dump a few million at .15 cents..

      You investors here are basket cases. typical for Penny stock wanna be millionares...

    • They sell at these levels because they have thrown in the towel and just want to try and salvage a portion of their investment back. I've seen this type of action in my 40 years of buying stocks. It really takes EXTREME patience here and let's face it most folks under 40 years of age just don't have it. It's only human nature. This is the "I want it now" generation. You can easily recognize this attitude by the way they post. Calling folks vulgar names, outright dishonest statements about the stock, etc etc. These are all characteristics of young, immature, impatient people. They are all on this board. I would like to see anyone who is not willing to wait 3 or 4 years for developments to happen to pleas sell your shares, clear the heck off this board and find other entertainment for themselves. Stock investing is not a game kids. It's serious business. This will probably be my last post on this ACTC yahoo board. It's getting so ridiculous it's almost embarrising to be a part of it. Remember this. People with low expectations are rarely disappointed. Translation: If you expect FDA notification any day you have high expectations. If you have the patience to wait until 2013 you have low expectations. I'm in the latter. You all have a good day.

    • My sell order for 352,000 shares is $55.00 and imma stickin to it... (for now)

    • tinmanken May 18, 2010 9:15 AM Flag

      that should work there's only 984 million shares