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  • retiredtechie retiredtechie Mar 19, 2009 9:13 PM Flag

    RT: Last Chance To Obtain Ultra Cheap SRZ Shares


    That was an interesting post you provided to us this evening. I'm well aware of the manipulation that has consumed the shares of SRZ - - - and for that matter, a lot of other stocks whose name is much more high profile than SRZ- - - GE is but one example. Alcoa is another. The manipulators will have nothing to manipulate once we get solid and very positive news relative to a re-fi because the buyers will simply overwhelm them. In time, I expect volume here to increase well above its current average to something like 5 million or more shares a day. I look for that to happen very soon. With that said, the manipulators on Wall Street have really had a party during these past many months and they have made a ton of money. For the moment, they still carry a sizable stick which can cause wide swings in share pricing as evidenced in the past week when these shares slid down as far as $.28 cents. But with that said, the future will belong to those with "long" (2-5+ year) positions.

    Cheers and good investing,

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    •'re delusional...What you believe and expect will happen is irrelevant and misleading to many! You are not only loquacious...your posts are rambling and verbose. We shall see...won't we???

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      • g.harrison:

        Its sticltly up to you if you elect to be highly skeptical of my viewpoint on SRZ or want to opt out of a very special opportunity of a lifetime at this point with this stock. I'm not forcing you or anyone else here to follow my lead. For that matter, I highly encourage everyone here including yourself to first do your own DD and then to make your own decision regarding whether or not SRZ is right for you. As the old saying goes, "you can lead a horses to water but you can't make them drink the water" - - - and frankly, not knowing your own tolerance for risk, its not for me to say that you should pull all the strings here so as to put yourself in harms way if that should be the final outcome. I happen to recognize the risk here but please know I also happen to be a true believer in SRZ's long term future. If you happen to think I'm over doing it a little here, then more power to you. In such a case, I'll be happy to listen to your side of the story for what its worth - - - so lets hear it from you. How do you view SRZ at this point and how do you assess the risk factor going forward? Here is your opportunity for a detailed rebuttle.

        Cheers and good investing,