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  • tide406 tide406 Aug 5, 2010 9:19 AM Flag

    Financial Terrorists

    Continued ----> Interesting comments from the message found on the MOT board (linked below once again):

    >> long or short if it enough money they will go the other way. Like pink cheap stocks, which are suppose to be less predictable and has less market condition, stocks now often go up big and lose allot more than pink *** stocks. The stocks are different variations of pump and dump which is a guaranteed recipe to make you and those who invested with you lose.

    Call it supply and demand, except the winners are them and you the investor is the always loser transferring your wealth to them.

    After you get out they bring the stock back up usually fast and without your money often overnight or when markets open so even though stocks are low, they can make it appear they are not all at all time lows although they can take it down as low as that too Anything to get you to sell. They say it will go back up Bs often the money is lost forever. . They can take it up just as fast without your money and it will appear as is if everyone just made their money back. .

    Now If investors follow this sudden upswing, again they will lose because from that point on the mms take it down slowly yet again. If enough investors tire waiting and sell, they not only lose but also often watch an eventual upswing fast almost certain without your money. You say to yourself trades are cheap lets go back in.... then the same people begin anew to slowly then bring the stock down again for (your) guaranteeing you losses again. <<

    Go figure.

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