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  • daviscupper daviscupper Jan 28, 2013 1:38 PM Flag

    This might be the death knell for Adam Feuerstein...seriously.

    miachasetracy,

    I give my opinions and I back them up. I also have repeatedly told people to invest only what they can afford to lose.

    Now, it is somewhat interesting of you to admonish me for being, let's say overly optimistic, but you do not admonish shorts for being too pessimistic. Being the wise, objective investor that you claim to be why haven't you chastised the shorts? Just curious.

    Now, if you are trying to buy some more shares and are attempting to bash isn't that a little sneaky?
    Cheers and GLTY.

    P.S. People do not need you to tell them who or who not to listen to.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • I don't admonish the shorts because nobody takes them seriously in here. It's 90% longs here. They don't produce any research, talk like truckers, and disappear when the stock pops.

      I feel bad for the people that follow someone that guarantees victory or thinks they already won something. I honestly hope you're right and would love to see you tell everyone how right you were AFTER the results but again, if this thing goes bad, a lot of it is on your hands. Nice of you to offer everyone the difference-making "don't invest any more than you can afford to lose" BS.

      And I'm not bashing the stock at all - not sure where in my post you came up with that. Maybe just an easy deflection. Or maybe you're so arrogant I have to hit you over the head. Here.....I'm bashing you, not the stock. Clear enough?

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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