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  • waytoogoodforwords waytoogoodforwords Oct 25, 2013 2:45 PM Flag

    Will the sellers please hurry up so we can take SIFY back to $3

    Please finish up your selling so SIFY can resume its march back towards $3.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • For sure there are lots of Bill Ackman type of greedy scavengers on Wall Street who are trying to bring down even good companies like he tried to bring down Herberlife.
      To bad that for small companies nobody with deep pockets shows up like billionaire Carl Icahn did for Herberlife and the low life parasites of the Wall Street can have their way making millions on the expense of the retail investors.
      With all this said I'm happy with my investment in SIFY averaging $1.88 on 95 thousand shares hoping that one day I will cash out and retire with the money I made jus on this stock alone.
      GLTA

    • Seems to me that the dumping never ends over here. On any spike somebody is dumping truck loaded of shares. Is bizarre what is happening over here because I'm not seeing any major institutional ownership on this stock. I doubt very much that is the retail investor particularly after 3 profitable quarters in the roll and the stock is not trading much above its 52 week lows.
      It is possible that some Wall Street hyenas are taking short positions all the time when the stock is popping figuring that without Institutional ownership the stock can be manipulated to their own discretion without no risk at all ?
      Something is fishy over here in my opinion .
      Any intelligent thoughts ? Lest sick to who is selling please if you have any ideas.
      Thank you

 
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