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Delcath Systems, Inc. Message Board

  • borisbear64 borisbear64 Oct 2, 2013 4:46 PM Flag

    An important point to remember

    It is a sad fact of our capital markets that naked short sellers are very prevalent and it is well known (thanks to the work of Deepcature) that the naked shorting is often at the behest of organised crime syndicates as a vehicle to launder money. One of the most common targets identified by Deepcature are bio tech companies with novel or game changing technologies .. the ultimate aim being to get the stock delisted from the exchange where the naked shorting occured and then starve it of capital until bankruptcy occurs..whence the crime is buried.. of course the SEC are blind to this and other agencies (FDA often) are complicit...but certain TV talking heads and their associated "analysts" are very instrumental in driving home those final nails in the coffin to ensure delisting then eventual bankruptcy...assisted by boiler room bashing operations on message boards...starting to sound familiar? Ask yourself why an analyst whose allied funds has already made $m's from the major falll would not just cover and move on to the next target...no they perssist in driving those final nails in the company's coffin...all to get those extra few vey dangerous cents from their short..no the idea is to cover the tracks through the companys' eventual bankruptcy. Often the management themselves ar complicit too or have been threatened into silence. This is not conspiracy theory fantasy .. it is fact..it happenes very (and increasingly) often...and it may be what has happened to Delacth. A good place to start is to check the Fail to Deliver stats.

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