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  • daddy_27284 daddy_27284 Jul 28, 2013 11:57 AM Flag

    No one knows what is going to happen ON CC day!

    its a #$%$ shoot. up or down. good or bad. it is very scary. looks like company isn't going to give us any direction. so whoever is saying it is going to be great. Please have proof. before a bogus popcorn party or bbq party. We need some info solid. ANYONE?

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    • Decent post daddy-o
      My predictions below:
      zero orders
      Full end to end testing has not been 100% successfully completed, lots of excuses offered and more puffery.
      Sub $10 two business after CC, at most, perhaps two minutes,,,,,,

      • 1 Reply to angeladoyouwantthetruth
      • you have no credibility your guess is meaningless AND YOU AND EVERYONE READING THIS MB KNOWS THAT.fact you own no shares in this company ,you are paying interest on the borrowed shares ,you currently have a paper profit . if you cover now you will have a real profit if you hold you are much more likely to be creamed in a short squeeze and have a real very substantial loss +interest accrued. you better have enough cash on hand for the broker that will call you and say he need a check of x dollars to close out you short position. good luck.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • More up then down. Bad news this could go down 13 max at good news it could go up 20+ anyone with brains can see clearly we are on target and they wouldn't have these partners and million$ to build facilities for anything other the massive future income! The real shorts covered a month ago the burning of the leftovers during the squeeze will be world epic news! 10 days to glory!

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