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Emisphere Technologies, Inc. Message Board

  • corona_and_a_cigar corona_and_a_cigar Sep 20, 2005 5:35 PM Flag

    Great prove me wrong!

    Man I have no problem being wrong! --any time!

    BUT!!!!!!!!!! --- I've been pointing to the same problems since 2000 and all you can say is any day now! ---- WELL????

    Lets see the proof! --- Where are the deals - Cuz the money is so low that a big move one way of the other has to happen!

    One little flicker of anything bad and she goes tits up --- anything good will only move it slowly!

    You need very big money! --- I hope ya get it but I just don't see how!

    Wall Street has turned to a prove it group!

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    • The real question is what purpose do you have "pointing to the same problems since 2000"? I believe you've stated that you have no position in the stock, so why would you waste your time for the past five years posting as many messages that you do? Everyone that is long in this company is fully aware of the financial issues and frustrated with the past due deadlines - that's why the stock is trading at $3.50! You keep talking about Wall Street - most institutional investors couldn't touch this stock even if they believed in the technology because of the lack of liquidity, so why mention it? If you really believe the technology is worthless and the company will be bankrupt within the next couple of years, then short it. The longs believe that there is a better chance that the stock will be worth $10+ two years from now and have put up their money and most are quietly waiting to see it through. Your pompous postings about patent issues and other technical shortfalls that only you understand (but never back up) are nauseating - tell me you have something better to do for the next two years?

      • 1 Reply to tredleon
      • wish I got results this fast with all my trades.

        this is one of those companies where a lot of the bashing happens because people got burned by the company, or a similar company, during the bubble. I'd be really surprised if at least 1 or 2 of them here weren't former longs.

        failure, mistakes, going back to the drawing board, lofty dreams, posturing for Wall Street, etc. --- if these people didn't realize that this was part of the game, they got what they deserved.

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