Beta, <<I want the shorting to INCREASE. Not sure how much clearer I could be>> Brilliant strategy. You may want to keep unconventional ideas to yourself. Most investors prefer that shorts stay away. Go figure. I have no agenda here, you chose to dispute my post which pointed out the ridiculousness of one of your pumper buddies saying a short squeeze was on the way. If you want to lead the charge on DSCI's trip to wherever, that's your business. Good luck.
"Pumping a security on a Yahoo message board typically doesn't slow that down (although I admire your tireless efforts)."
Just when I thought you figured me out, you regress. I want the shorting to INCREASE. Not sure how much clearer I could be. Anyway, this is not why DSCI will succeed in the end. I am done conversing with you. Good luck with whatever you are trying to do here. Later gator!
<<Don't be so serious - life is a game...play it!>>
I like to win, not just play, but thanks for the advice. After Friday's action on DSCI, a significant increase in short shares should appear on the next release, as selling pressure increased. Unfortunately, this may continue to increase and pressure DSCI down in the near term. Pumping a security on a Yahoo message board typically doesn't slow that down (although I admire your tireless efforts). What should concern you, quite the opposite of your posts, is that there wasn't a huge increase in short shares earlier. Could mean there's alot more out there to sell. Good luck.
3.5K -> 85K and that was as of Jan 31 with two 300K volume days and just a $2 move in price. The real shorting only started on Feb 3 onwards IMO. We had monster volume days and, so far, a $5 move. Look for the next bi-weekly update, and you'll get a good idea on why I think a short squeeze is imminent. Or perhaps we will already be in the middle of one when the next update comes....