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Fleetmatics Group PLC Message Board

  • dao_13 dao_13 Sep 20, 2013 9:41 AM Flag

    The company that release the statment yesterday was found by two person in 2012.

    check out their websites and read more about them. The company was founded in 2012 by two guys.
    They published 4 articles inculed fltx. They said all the same thing but the stock went up higher after all.
    Please do not panic and take this opportunity buy more shares of fltx. It will go much higher after all. I encourage everyone to learn more about the company who publish the article yesterday None sense. Fltx will go above $80

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • $80? Really? For the technology of a GPS enabled cell phone and web interface? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

      I don't know if there is fraud. But this company has almost no barriers to entry and is way overvalued. And the fact that insiders are selling almost all their stock and the former founder was involved in fraud is not good.

      Oh yeah, Rally appears over

    • thanks-until we get by 44 sellers will take a small loss or profit-after the next report we should be free to run.gltu

      • 1 Reply to raggwead
      • My friend, I have been reading about this company and also check out all sources. the statement is a garbage after all. Yes, I admitted that I was panic and called do what ever I can yesterday to find out the reasons. After doing all my research, I am now confident the article have no merit and fltx will only go up from here. I did sell when it drop around 4$ but bought all back laterday around $38 Good luck it will only getting better from here.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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