Wonderdoc, you are truly not worth more than a sentence or two. Your posts are as eloquent and topical as a pile of elephant dung. I'm joining phndesigner in blocking your obscure, meaningless posts. Enjoy the silence.
Hey Doc, I am sure that you keep your hand occupied with other-than-intellectual pursuits. Is your donkey happy? Wow, I thought that the VSTR board had some scum, but it pales in comparison to your constant secretion of smegma. You will have the distinction of being the first person to have achieved such a high level of dumb-ass that I will block your messages. Secrete on, for I will not see it.
If you are so offended by this stock and the people that post on this board, I'm surprised that you stick around. Quit complaining with no reason, or leave. There's no need for you to be here if you are simply going to engage in personal insults and not provide any useful contributions.
I sometimes wonder whether troy48084 and go_dt_dt are one and the same, engaging in a form of intellectual masturbation.
Is there ANYONE else around here that gives a donkey's dick about this trashy wanna-be telcomm company and it's pink pansy CEO?
If so, RAISE YOUR HAND, suckah. I want to see who you are.
There are certainly a lot of things that can go wrong, and some of them probably will. Unless some really weird things happen, I'll be with this stock until we get way back up there again. It just all depends on what the circumstances are and whether or not it looks like the company has reasonable potential. The stock was up near a $100 without the infrastructure it has now, and if Sommer can build some confidence, we'll see investors come back. So far, with the exception of the Whampoa stock sale, it looks like DT is doing what they said they would. The rest is up to the market. JMHO.
Thank you for a very thorough answer. I hope it all comes to fruition. However, don�t you think that some bad things will happen in all of this? What you�ve described is the equivalent of the perfect storm. Sure it�s possible, but I�d hate to see you pull out of the stock market if DT only doubles in value from today�s level!