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  • keimosaabe keimosaabe Nov 1, 2002 5:43 PM Flag

    Ahhh, was there something on this...

    Was there something on this board about
    all those insiders selling?

    I guess they forgot to mention the
    16.4 Million Shs Yahoo! bought back
    from Softbank and the open market.

    I guess all those sell message writers
    forgot this "inside" trade.

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    • Yes i also saw those trades i did take some profit, early in the week, but rebought on thursday.

    • danbe, you again?

    • Was there something on this board about
      all those insiders selling?

      I guess they forgot to mention the
      16.4 Million Shs Yahoo! bought back
      from Softbank and the open market.

      I guess all those sell message writers
      forgot this "inside" trade.

      --------

      I guess you need a keeper, moron. Insiders didn't buy those shares. Insiders do not buy shares in Yahoo!, they only sell them. The con men that run Yahoo! use the SHAREHOLDER'S money to buy shares. Then they give themselves free options, in excess of 120% of total revenue in 2001, while pretending to make a profit.

      When Yahoo! buys back shares, it's not because the insiders think they are a good value... they just need more and more shares to keep the scam going. Yahoo! insiders have clearly shown what THEY KNOW should be done with YHOO.

      In October, insiders sold one million, one hundred and seventy thousand and thirty-two shares. During the same month, they bought exactly ZERO fucking shares.

      1,170,032... 0... you do the math.

 
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