anybody seen him...............................?????
That's what I thought.
This is when it got ready to jump to $130 - nice call. Don't be a Regal Begal - sell your IVIL Today - don't let the door hit your ass on the way out either....
I agree w/ Mike - $200 trgt in 2to6 mo. by: The_Regal_Beagle 5/2/99 4:37 pm Msg: 14 of 7272 This one will take off. Big money investors have been grabbing all the shares they can get. This one will move like priceline (which I wish I hadn't sold - 162 hurts me). I think they are just a little more latent. Compare w/ YHOO - market valuations for portals are based on eyes. $250 is a fair valuation for this stock. Right now a $1.8 billion market valuation is meager when compared with $23 billion for priceline (which is riduculous). Remember, IVIL is developing a very loyal and rapidly growing customer base. I'm with Mike and will stay long on this.
Anybody wonder why he's gone from the board? Don't be a Regal Begal.
REPEAT THIS - I HAVE NEVER - EVER - EVER - EVER NOR EVER WILL GET A MARGIN CALL FROM IVIL. I HAVE SHORTED THIS PIECE OF SHIT 13 TIMES AND I HAVE NEVER LOST. Do you hear that you childish loser piece of crap? I have made more money shorting this POS than you have ever seen in your life!
IVIL is still going down, there is no catalyst for this rise except that IVIL has missed out on all the recent rallies in the Nasdaq.
Look at the facts:
-Won't make money til 2002 at the earliest (taken from First Call).
-Ad revenues for pageviews are DECREASING on the www. Ad revenues are IVIL's only source of earnings now that they are selling Ibaby. Translation, well, you figure it out.
-CFO and COO both left recently, obviously they have a better working knowledge of the company than anyone. Not a good sign.
-Msdesouza is a 6th grader starving for attention and willing to do anything to get it, including posting incorrect info on cash, profitability or assuming there is a positive correlation with the Nasdaq. Look at his last post, "kiss my ass you prick" How mature. Possibly 5th grader.
-Large volume days almost always result in the stock going down, a sign that institutions that got in on the IPO and Secondary are trying to unload whenever they get the chance.
-A very easily replicated web site takes all speculation of a takeover out of the picture.