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  • moleculeman2001 moleculeman2001 Apr 17, 2007 11:48 AM Flag

    shorts selling to shorts to drive down the price so they can buy cheap

     

    Relax we know this is shorts selling to shorts to drive down the price so they can buy cheap for the ultimate outcome which is APPROVAL. They are just doing smart business to try and recoup their losses from before. So, RELAX, BE LONG and PROSPER on MAY 15th. I AM GOING TO :)

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    • Black helicopters are circling around DenEron all week.
      Nut cases!!!!!

    • That is not OK. I wish I could just get money for free after my bad investment desicions, but of course, we can't. These shorts shouldn't be allowed to either. Something needs to be done, and its not being done! These guys much have bought everyone off just like Al-Capone.

      Now, I don't particularly like Elliot Spitzer (just another AG w/ political aspirations), but he he ran for Pres, I'd prob vote for him!

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      • I totally agree with this. What is happening here is just plain criminal and the SEC should really investigate (I'm sure they won't though). There is no way this stock should fall 5-6 days in a row given the positive panel vote. Wall Street is as rigged as ever.

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        "That is not OK. I wish I could just get money for free after my bad investment desicions, but of course, we can't. These shorts shouldn't be allowed to either. Something needs to be done, and its not being done!"

 
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