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  • tonyd21266 tonyd21266 Feb 28, 2009 5:41 AM Flag

    Reasons to Sell

    We just had a grease and oil change on an 11th hour BS deal leaving us holding our nuts with nothing we could do till at least pre hours and be then all the insiders had it down to 1.50 or so.

    This was courtesy of CHity bank and the BO goons. They then let it bleed all day and did not come out and say a word.

    Now Monday comes and people are still stewed and they let the media bash it to sh*t.

    This is a calculated move by City and the preferred so that they can sell those preferreds at over at top dollar

    Guess wha?. It will be 70 to 90 cents and later in the week hedgies come in after selling all the preferred and buy it dirt cheap

    Make sense

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    • Someone once told me when there is blood on the streets to buy.
      Now the question is how much blood.
      This thing will be destoyed by the media on Monday and Tuesday roller coaster on Wends and shoot up after the D word passes
      I cant see anyone buying this until Thursday after all the fear has passed. Unless you want to make a few bucks as it falls and goes up a few cents, but it is off my radar

      Learn from a short and make some money

    • Wow!

      I guess a lot of peopl are getting the point.

      If you want to make you money back sell and buy it back around .50

    • Screwed!

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    • There was one thing I learned in school that stands out. That is negative press. Theneg press alone will get this to less then 1.00. As soon as you factor in all the other tangibles I read, and none good. I figure .65 this week isnt far away

    • The only high you will see on this stock is the 1.50 price and that will be the first pre hour trade.
      Right down to .50 from there. Then I am loading up.......... on thurrsday afer dilution

    • Hedgies won't be selling the Pref, they will be buying Pref, shorting common, and making the profit.

    • stevenroderick Feb 28, 2009 12:34 PM Flag

      WHATS Watching Them Debate about the N Word on THE Round Table
      Business UP DID YOU CHANGE

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      • round table should be clown table


      • Are you smoking something?

        Midnight deal you cant sell till the market opens or pre hours, anounce the 5.00 preferred thing now 3.25, no good press and even worse on mon and tues a and dont expect any until dilution. You lose they take your cash and now the prefers get their cash and then buy up the common. at dirt prices. Now isnt it logical to wait this out not to mention the bad taste this left in everyone mouths from last week.

        One thing that clearly went over everyones head was that little run off thurs. I bet you didnt notice? That was all the insiders who knew about this midnight deal selling their common and holding preferred. Put that in your pipe and smoke it

    • but the preferred get converted to common at $3.25 so isn't that good for the common share holders? i am not very familiar with the intricacies of all this - please explain your view point in tutorial fashion if you don't mind...

    • One thing you guys seemed to forget are all the toxic assets. Diluted, my arse.... Didn't the Police have a song about this 25 or so years ago. ToxiCITY

    • Citi will hit ~$3 by end of MONDAY!

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