I haven't seem any posts from our friend, the seriously-disgruntled Thermo-basher in almost a week. Apparently he and his 30 or more "aliases" are on vacation together this week. I'll bet they all share the same cottage at the lake every year. It must be especially disappointing to "them", since Thermo had a great week, hitting $36 again, and closing above $35.
For those who missed my previous post, the imposters are: tatu222, chaaya, ajooba, vbbenedict, romeo553, chriswilo7, benw1828, tao19, buddha501, kasei26, chuckietwo, dankaro, bigsham, sfossett, jeanholz, jarrius, edsabird, uis45, duff30329, jah_1st, henckbel, allfluff, turlesingsz, otma1918, jimtil, habu_1973, romeo591.
These are all one and the same person...and posts by any of them should be skipped, as they are nothing but a lot of hot wind and very little substance. It is clear that this is a person who once worked for (and was canned by) Mr. John Wood, probably for very good reason. Anyone who attempts to impersonate 30 different people obviously has very poor character, little self-control, and likes to waste other people's time. I won't even comment on his spelling skills. Perhaps Mr. Wood prefers people with a little bit of class on his payroll.
I hope you had a nice vacation, Mr. Imposter. Welcome back, and excuse us while we enjoy the ride back to $40 and new highs by the end of this year.
I sure don't want to encourage him, but last week he made an appearance on the THI board, asking everybody to read a January post I had made, and saying how ridiculous it was. Another of his aliases congratulated him, and a couple messages dissed him.
The THI board was _awfully_ slow before, and believe it or not, benefitted from the exchange. I was flattered to receive the attention and welcomed the opportunity to calmly tell more about the NAIC method for evaluating THI.
I suppose real soon he'll close out his short position, or else realize how precious little effect this board has on TMO's stock price!