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  • mawsii1 mawsii1 Feb 13, 2013 8:50 PM Flag

    just who pays for Motely fools...do they ever put out the positives? ever

    They must just get paid by large hedge funds just to write neg's so they can short...CLD had a very good CC...good management, making money in a tough market, great balance sheet, and future intact...well run co...if this isn't green tomorrow ?? good luck to all,

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • CLD is an EXCELLENT company. Don't let the goofy day ruin you longer term view. CLD is one of the best run coal companies out there.
      Cheers !

    • The writers are aspiring analysts. It is just more noise and except for counting your chips, completely worthless as a source of valid information. All this computer garbage, WS Cheatsheet, S Alpha, MF. All garbage.

      • 2 Replies to gordon939
      • Correct. Motley Fool (a great name for these numb nuts) has this FUBAR'd business model: put out an article, try to attract attention, then ATTEMPT to sell the reader a "premium report" after being a sucker and submitting your email. MF then SPAMS you until you relent and buy their GARBAGE report, written at a 7th grade level. Alpha is a little different: their model is to try to farm out OUTSIDE free-lancers to write articles pumping whatever stocks that Alpha happens to be holding. WS cheatsheet is actually just a bunch of shortsellers trying to pump up stocks that they want to SHORT.

      • totally agree...last nights call was very good considering the headwinds in coal...anr results are very encouraging too..good luck longs...turn the lights on

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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