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Athenahealth, Inc. (ATHN) Message Board

  • toustec toustec Dec 7, 2012 9:54 AM Flag

    MAJOR MAJOR SHORT COVERING on DECK,deck

    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    • georgespelvin@rocketmail.com georgespelvin Dec 7, 2012 8:34 PM Flag

      Yes. That was the whole purpose of the idiotic Citi tout with a price target of 100.
      They are UNINDICTED thieves. Never go to jail. Never indicted. They steal from the poor and give to the rich.

      When Athena hits 100 the Queen of England will have balls.

      The institutions are selling into this short squeeze that Citi created.

      The SEC pretends not to see because they move from the SEC to... ...... Citi. Et al.

      It is revolting

      If you are short and strong and don't spend your days glued to CNBC (hard to suffer through that reprehensible Kudlow every day....I keep on waiting for him to say one true thing) then you just hang on and maybe add more (maybe when you are short you say less, not more).

      Every time I try to swing trade either a short or a long position I get upside down. Which is why I just ride it out so long as it is still far from what I think is a fair value---either above or below.

      For example. I am long Apple. And have been. I am very profitable here but was more profitable R 705 also. Just added down to here in two tranches. Apple is worth much more than stock price reflects. But we need shareholders with a new basis. ESP given the current gains tax political situation.

      Lets all take a look at the Athn institutional trades next year, for this quarter.

      It will prove my thesis.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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