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  • daveyw43 daveyw43 Dec 24, 2008 12:27 PM Flag

    Increased Short Posting is Early Indicator

    Better buy all the COIN you can. I still see a penny stock headed down the tubes to nowhere. Notice the date they actually are in production and increasing revenues rapidly keeps moving off in the future.

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    • I agree with one thing Davey,

      They DO push their PR's to the last minute.

      It's really a matter of trusting the players involved, and they have done quite well to date. There, we have a difference of opinion.

      Also, if you retrace the pps and volume history, there's always been a low volume and absence of news outside the normal frequency JUST BEFORE major breakouts. My theory is that COIN executives are scurrying to make good on promises. Since we are on the eve of the biggest promise to date, why would that be any different?

      I see your efforts to lower the stock price today are being met with buying. That must be frustrating, but for your own purposes, your efforts have been diligent. I have also observed that you folks come out when there is a perceived broken promise by COIN. I emphasize the word perceived. I think in that regard, COIN is now in very strong hands indeed by those recognizing the intrinsic value of the stock and the Z's.

      It's going to be uphill for the shorts, but that is not to say there won't be opportunity. Just look at Google, AOL and even GM lately.

      You will cover at some point if you're smart and go long and not try to guess the next overbought pullbacks. You could get burned if you try.

      Ski

 
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