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  • BumbleB572 BumbleB572 Jan 30, 2002 5:01 PM Flag

    So-Where is this stock going?

    so far the stock is showing some support at the 1.95 most people as it is looking are buying at $2 or just under 2, and I think the MM's are playing with it alittle, but all the signs and charts tell me it has more to go..JMHO.. and I think we would all be happy with $3.. especially if in at $2 or lower..

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    • Looks like the pump-and-dump is about over. Insiders have dumped their optioned shares and MMs are f-king you over. Look for sharp drop to $1,, then delist.

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      • hahahha.. totally disgree with ya on this one Bottomline. This stock has been under heavy accumulation too much so just for a pump and dump. Plus the stock has tremendous amount of strength backing up that accumulation..Now maybe you are right who knows I am no fortune teller,but in my opinion it will run back to 2.50 no prob soon, and maybe just maybe you might be be one of those MM's trying to f*ck evryone else over into getting rid of their shares. I have seen it many times especially on message boards. There are only 2 reaons why an individual bashes a stock. 1. They LOST their ass on it by shorting it or buying it too high, or 2. They want to get others up in a panic so they can get those individuals shares cheaper, so the question is Which reason is yours??

        PS-By the way Im just Fu*king with ya like a MM would..

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