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Dendreon Corp. Message Board

  • koman70005 koman70005 Nov 25, 2012 7:37 AM Flag

    Motley & Alpha... aka "chumps with keyboards"

    Latest news: DNDN is DOA in Europe & "something's" wrong with DNDN. I was wondering how long they would wait to start "puffing" again.

    The sky is falling... IF you want to believe the "chicken littles". They must think people are idiots with no memory at all... LOSERS!!!

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    • Isn't it interesting that these two rags start posting again after DNDN's PPS has made a small rebound?? Anyone who believes shorts are not nervous here is crazy. The bottom is in at $4.00 and there is TOO MASSIVE a short position to ever unwind without an extremely painful squeeze higher. These articles, at this particular time, suggest there is some sweating going on and it probably won't end well for the shorts.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Anybody can write and publish for these rags. Motley "FOOLS" at least correctly identifies their audience. It's like penny stock newsletters, i.e. a bunch of wanna-be's who, yes, are able to move the market back and forth a little because of the "fool" that follow them. The greater fool theory in all its glory. Edit them out of your news headliners, and you will be better for it.

    • I don't read Motley and Seeking Alpha anymore. I don't waste my time with them.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • when I saw Motley Fools article I figured Seeking Alpha would follow, sure enough I was right. This stock/Co. has been beaten to a pulp and then some. Seeking Alpha claims BK, debt due in 2016. Just listen to the last CC, this was addressed.
      SO many Co's out there with greater and massive debt compared to dndn! yet Dndn bashing never ends.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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