I think there is a third possibility. That the article is a promotional piece with just enough information given to narrow down the field to IMMR (i.e $26M settlement with Microsoft). But that the piece actually identifying IMMR as the comapny has not yet been published to susbcribers. On Friday the promotional piece went out to a very large e-mail list of investement newsletter buyers, some of whom did a little research and either liked what the saw in IMMR, or assumed that once the Agora subscribers got the official recommendation, the stock would rise.
The "hint" promotion went out to non-subscribers; in order to find out the name of the stock (IMMR) you had to buy a refundable subscription to one of Agora's paid newsletters. But there was enough information about the company contained in the promotion for the resourceful to figure the identify of the company out. Some did and then posted about the promotion here on the IMMR board.
I do.... I just want to make money. Dont care what stock dont care what they do. Just want to make money. They have an impressive track reccord of making money. you are completely right... Paying for a hint but without that hint, I wouldnt know about it to do my own Due Dilligence and buy into it. there pumping another stock saying it is about to jump 2100% I just bought 200 shares of that. I hope theyre right! I have my acct set to sell if it drops more than 10%in a day. Cant be too careful!