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Herbalife Ltd. Message Board

  • mirinsider03nbeyond mirinsider03nbeyond Jan 6, 2013 11:10 AM Flag

    For the last 2 years the price of this stock has been in the mid 40's

    If anybody actually thinks that the company is going to go in the toilet it would have dropped to 25 and kept falling. This is a classic case of a bear raid that has gone terribly wrong. Wouldn't be surprised to see this used as a case study being taught in every major business school. You don't short a company with a 30 year history. If it was illegal it would have been shut down long ago. Is it the most ethical or honorable...maybe not...but it's not illegal. I really liked the fact that ACK said he was going to gve all of the profits to charity, it sure made me feel warm and fuzzy inside. Of course we know now that the money he was going to give to charities is quickly goin bye bye. If he doesn't cover soon he'll have no profits to give to charity. It's like telling someone that your going to give them money on Monday but your headed to Vegas for the weekend and you will pay them with whatever money you have left. A real schmuck does that....but he had good intentions!! Should be a very interesting week for sure. Any company who just spent 20 million dollars on a mfg site isn't too worried about being shut down. I am glad that ACK is looking out for all of our best interests though by trying to close this company down and keep us all from falling victim to such unscrupulous business practices. :)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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