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Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc. Message Board

  • misterstock349 misterstock349 Nov 16, 2012 3:53 PM Flag

    DTIME WRONG AGAIN !!!!'nnnnn

    DTIME's quote yesterday:

    "The real reason tc went down is my followers made it happen! Facts are facts: 350 Million nobody wants to loan this penny stock any money south of 12% interest."

    What a LOSER !!!!! Try 9.75%.

    10 days ago he said TC will never cross $3 and now this !!!!

    What a track record. I'm sure if you go back, he's been wrong and misleading on everything.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • What are you talking about. TC is $2.88 What a #$%$ Is tc a penny stock? Yes. Is tc over $3.00 ? NO. My track record? Did you sell at $13.00? or at any other price I listed as tc went down. I sold at $13.00 and although my investment style is to complicated for your little brain to handle I have bought and sold tc 3 times. With a net in excess of what you make in 1 year which I suspect is very little for you. Lets look at the records: Tc $15,14,13,12,11,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,------2,1 LOL again you cannot argue the facts #$%$ What am I wrong on STRONG SELL. misterstock is such a easy target he forgets his facts and only knows how to copy and paste no orginal thoughts from him. The best part is I have no vested interest in tc ( no holdings what so ever long or short). Now the most important fact 9.75 OMG the street was expecting 8%. This borrowed money is to pay other borrowed money back from before. PONZI stock. If they did not need to pay back the BORROWED money they would not need this new borrowed money FACT STRONG SELL PONZI STOCK.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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