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  • hll_22 hll_22 Feb 25, 2005 5:07 PM Flag

    No let up in insider selling

    Insiders keep selling the stock, even as price goes down. No confidence in the stock.
    Yahoo actually has some wrong info. Checking against SEC filings and other insider transaction sources, even the measly two purchases shown are not correct. Yahoo mistakenly labelled these as purchases when THEY WERE ACTUALLY SALES. One was the sep 14 04 transaction of John Owen of 4725 shares labelled automatic purchase which was a sale, and the other was the sep 29 04 transaction of Alfred Spain of 3850 shares for which the same mistake was done. Here is a link to confirm :
    http://www.form4oracle.com/company?cik=0001158463&ticker=JBLU
    This above link also has the further link to the actual government filing to see. Check this against the Yahoo data .
    Massive insider selling is what is happening. This is a very negative sign, despite what some hapless or paid pumpers will say.

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    • "Massive insider selling is what is happening. This is a very negative sign, despite what some hapless or paid pumpers will say."
      ,
      The term you were looking for was stupid moonie bagholders. People so stupid and so naive they wouldn't get out of the way of a rushing train while standing on the track. eg. B6, Freeride aka AAineptski, Bluedude, Iq and her ten aliases.

      That they can try and put lipstick on this is really funny. Hey, do you think the CEO Barger will give his little brother the pilot any dough before they pull the plug on this.

 
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