he was one of the people that bought high and
i'm reading msgs and studying the comp.
Real close myself and it looks like a real gamble but
so was dell in 88 or 89. Since then i buy twice the
shares and sell half when i get my money back and i find
it more proffitable.
the reason being i sold all
of dell like an idiot.
This is my last post on this subject but I'll say
it again. DNCC's IPO was legitimate and you're using
half-truths and innuendo to try and smear the company. I've
done much due dilligence on this issue and I urge
everybody else thinking of investing to do the same. Look
at the financials, look at the contracts, look at
the company's background and principals and you'll
see a solid business that remains a good
I'll suggest to you since you seem to know the
people you're talking about to call them up and ask them
these questions yourself. You can rely on paperwork all
you want but that NEVER tells an entire story.
and read my original message. Who said anything
about being viable? I only explained the way in which
DNCC went about going public, and some other facts
that investors should be aware of.
If this is your
idea of a "solid " investment , you really need to get
more information. You think I could hurt the Dunn
family? My god are you paranoid!
I'm saying parking is a possibility but I know
for a fact he didn't work for Network 1 and I know
for a fact he had nothing to do with DNCC IPO. Since
you know where he works why not call him up and ask
him directly? He'll tell you. And since you know
where he works you know that during the period in
question that he was in his current position and not
working with Network 1.
What I AM saying is that
DNCC was a viable IPO when it came to market and it
was and is above-board with its business dealings and
remains a solid investment--despite the market. That I
can say with 100 percent certainty. You're trying to
insinuate something that just isn't so and I don't
understand your motives beyond trying to hurt the Dunn
You're wrong again! I know exactly what he was
doing during that time period and who he eventually
went to work for and it was NEVER Network 1. That's
the problem, you look at a govt. form and you assume
you know but do you have DIRECT first-hand knowledge
that what you say is right? How many real estate
agents hang their license in an office so they can save
some money buying a house? They never work in that
office but the "paperwork" says they do.
fundamentals aren't what drove this IPO it was company
fundamentals. Making sure the company was positioned right
before it came out.
Believe me, I've profited quite
nicely from DNCC already and I'm sure I'll do it again.
Please take your imature attitude somewhere else.
What are you on the white house staff... attack those
you can't talk intelligently too. I don't want to
read rhetoric on these boards. I want good hard facts
or at least true gut feelings from seasoned
investors. Most on this board seem to follow this principle.
You on the other hand want to get in a pissing
contest with someone where it doesn't seem either one of
you know all the facts.
By the way if I want to
invest in this company and "follow the herd to the
slaughterhouse" I damn well will do it. And be assured it
wouldn't be becuase of what I read on a board. have you
got some beef with this company or are you a shorter
doing all you can to drive the price down?
cool, talk sensible, and give us something reliable and
maybe I'll change my tune on you. Until then find a
board along you maturity level....maybe "How to handle
No, you are following the herd to the
slaughterhouse. Research involves listening to various points of
view. You won't get that from a group of people who
bought a stock on advice from employees of the company.
You don't want good information, you want to be part
of a mutual masturbation society.