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  • jimbo2go4it jimbo2go4it May 1, 2013 12:18 PM Flag

    Still around, Vito?

    After all, 10/11 cents is starting to look a little good...

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • still around but do not trust this price development.
      less bad is not good. We are increasing because there is a " pause" in bad news.

      Better price gives Sabby great served table to just arbitrage all the way down to 5 cents. He will always get shares at 20% lower price from weighted average cost of the upcoming days when he will convert. He will always achive to drive price down. Then he will let prices recover to 10 cents. He will drive it down again.
      This will be his game.

      Meanwhile Reinhard will burn the cash as usual without selling with a profitmargin. He will also continue with his game.

      Share price will continue to fluctuate. up on good news. Down on Sabby dealing and wheeling.

      The only solution for a long term recovery of share price and shareholder value will be to get rid of this Management and their operative strategy to monetize on the products and intellectual assets of the company.

      The only way for this share price to go up long term is if turbolence will occur when passive passengers will take over the cockpit and get someone there who knows where to fly the aeroplane. By voting no to all this turbolence will occur. Also I believe the share price will decrease during the fight however if the fight will be won and a good pilot will be voted in then the price will surge and increase long term.

      If Reinhard wins voting Sabby will turn to his arbitrage strategy and in the end the plane will inevitably crash.

      This is the way I see it.

    • Its better than 5 cents. This rise in pps could be all smoke and mirrors, we as shareholders will continue to stick together with the agenda and VOTE NO!

 
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