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USEC Inc. Message Board

  • tackarina tackarina Jul 30, 2013 10:44 PM Flag

    USU was an anomaly in this short seller controlled ponzi scam stock market

    Usually short selling parasites immediately short anything that rises over 50% right back down after the first day. Because of these parasites no matter how high the DOW goes there will never be another bull market like the 1990's when everyone worked together on the long side and stocks would go from $2 to $40 in day.

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    • you are leaving out the facts: the low float on this stock is the main reason; the reverse split caused that; a true stock and true uranium play would be CCJ but you can not manipulate it easily because it has so many outstanding shares; even so, if you look at the chart with CCJ there is up and down movement because people take profit, selling and buying in a low float stock causes severe irrational spikes, which are unsupported by actual fundamentals and clearly a pump and dump based on rumor and misunderstanding. The company enacted a reverse split because they were in fear of losing their coveted spot on the NYSE - not a good reason for a reverse split, the whole thing stinks, but this is capitalism

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      • And us swing traders love taking profits on those ups and downs fonorgoldmine. Swing traders have an edge because we are not emotionally attached to one pro-longed position hoping to make a big profit. Now a days, there is an array of smarter and innovative investors who are taking profits simultaneously from both profitable and non-profitable companies. FYI, I love those low float stocks, always seem to give the best returns.

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