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Affymax, Inc. (AFFY) Message Board

  • thesavvymonkey777 thesavvymonkey777 Jul 9, 2013 7:20 PM Flag

    GWP Has Been Exposed As A Shill For Yahoo!... BUSTED!

    He's paid to be here, and he doesn't have a vested interest or a financial stake in AFFY. He won't reply to my "Hey, GWP..." message post where I ask him to state in exact and quantitative terms his position in AFFY, because apparently Yahoo! forbids him to do it. He probably has a paid pumper ID to go along with his paid basher ID, too. Anything that it takes to keep the conversation going here, so that Yahoo! can bombard us with advertisements while we interact with him... The sad truth is that he's the online equivalent of the guy who washes heads of lettuce in a fast food restaurant.

    Send an email message to Yahoo! and demand the ability to claim a refund on your tax returns for 2013 for the time that you spent replying to his drivel as a charity donation.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • I am still short AFFY. I have already taken a comfortable six figure profit on my short from $15 plus per share that I entered in the interim between the Fresenius letter and the O recall. After that I shorted more. I do not like to disclose my exact holdings for privacy reasons that most will understand. IMHO AFFY has little choice but to seek bankruptcy, either Chapter 7 or Chapter 11, because of its litigation burdens, O's recall, Takeda's control over whether to remarket O, Takeda's decision to withdraw O from EMA consideration, Takeda's decision not to market O in Japan, Takeda's disclosure that it does not project any O revenues for its FY 2013, O not being a necessary medication in all events, and AFFY's absence of any revenues. There are other reasons, but this is a good start.

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