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  • pulitzerprotocols pulitzerprotocols Jan 20, 2010 4:26 PM Flag

    WHY DID HARBINGER SELL AT 8$

    Dude, don't marry this whore...sell it, cut your losses and get out of Dodge.

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    • are you mixing your metaphors?
      divorce the whore?get out of dodge?
      do you find it kinda amusing that the posters who rant about nyt,accuse it of debasing journalism etc.are still reading it and are displeased that they may have to pay for the privelege in the future?

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      • Don't tell me you read this rag?

        These dishonest jokers have to pay me to read their trash.

        I thought you had a little scrupples until I read you think this company has a chance of being acquired?

        The stock structure makes it impossible. That's why Harbinger sold. These yutz's will not sell the goose that lays the golden free stock, year after year, no matter have much they stink up the joint. Any change in leadership will come from one of the goose eggs.
        (Goose eggs in American English have the connotation of "zero.")

        I recommend you sell this tertiary blind pig. If you have a profit you will be one of the few longs to claim a profit in many years.

        The trend is against you. It's not your friend.

        Nobody wants to buy this irrelevant debt ridden dinosaur. Give it up while the "getting" is good.
        Hold on to it and beijing will roast you like a marshmellow in a foundry.

 
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