Why does QCOR attract chatty fools instead of professional reporters?
Exasperated, baffled by the recent articles and the continued ignorance. Really, by now they should have stopped with all the lazily manufactured fantasies they attribute to reasons why QCOR went down and done some reporting. Just because a stock went down doesn't mean a reporter has to spread the short's propaganda. It's not unbiased to do so, just sloppy and unprofessional. Lazy adzes.
geez there should be a time date or limit to the number of times a reporter can repeat something unfounded. Talk about a lack of depth. QCOR's recent acquisition is one of the more interesting market stories just based on strategy alone, besides the complexity. And there is only one article that attempts to explain the acquisition.
Jonz no one believes you made any money shorting. Are you saying that your plethora of short buys like the one at 34 and then two days later shoots up to 50 is still not covered so you don't call it a loss? I'm not going back through your posts, but you have claimed to have made a bunch of short buys if I remember right and the stock has steadily climbed. No one trades in and quick enough not to be burned badly when it'sagainst the trend.
All the truly professional reporters, the kind that INVESTIGATE things, are all enduring IRS anal exams at the moment. We cant have them continuing to talk to pesky whistle blowers inside the government.
It's a world ruled by 'clicks' now... I've had discussions with many 'stock reporters' and they don't care because they are just looking for a click so they get paid. They don't get paid much, so the more articles, the more clicks.
See, almost none of them are actually investors. Maybe they do some MoMo investments and quite frankly their articles are then geared toward repeating the MoMo hype up or down. Very few are actually interested in doing the hard work of finding out, or even calling the company for a statement. You know... Hey, we are thinking you are going to bury Synacthen, would you care to comment. Okay, a little rude but still a valid question that would separate them from the herd and they would get a response to quote.