Excluding the purely mentally retarded everybody here realizes that MSGI is a game of Pin-the-Tail-on-the-Greatest-Fool.
In the longrun it's a loser's game because other people control the timeline of events leaving you longs to merely guess at it by the clues they give you. The trouble is that you don't know what's a clue from what's a trap. So you get the kennyzervos's buying a fifty-cent stock like MSGI at 17 thinking that with an upcoming split it's a shoe-in for 25. Seen it before on other stocks, right? We'll just dump our shares on the split-buying 'amateurs'.
And then you find out that hook was baited long before you had taken it and thought you were baiting it for someone else.
Zarm- While pointing out how they're getting, and going to get, taken by MSGI it's very important not to discourage our longs from stock trading in principle. After all if you have a weekly poker game going where certain players could be counted on to lose consistently you wouldn't want them to leave.
Thankfully the internet has expanded the size of the table exponentially. So to all the 'docs' 'prts' 'kennys' etc I say 'lay your bets down!'
. . . and invite all your friends and family to come too.