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  • flattbatt2 flattbatt2 Feb 3, 2000 6:35 PM Flag

    Shareholders Meeting

    I figured out how we can identify each other, the long-term longs, at the shareholders meeting. Everyone wear their gold Rolex's.

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    • >>>Oh, I didn't know you were archiving. In that case, I won't call you a complete, utter moron. I'm fairly confident I can make the buffoon case, but its more difficult to prove you are a complete, utter moron.<<<

      We hear at Morons Unlimited accepts all tipes of morons. Benny points out that we acccepts complete morons, partial morons as well as utter morons. Idiots are uselly below are requirements and imbeciles have to pass a tuff test. We wuld welcum yure applikation to.

      Well, thanx and good luk!!!

    • Oh, I didn't know you were archiving. In that case, I won't call you a complete, utter moron. I'm fairly confident I can make the buffoon case, but its more difficult to prove you are a complete, utter moron.

    • Keep it up pal. It's all being archived for our day in court.

    • <<Mr. Woanchuk's record speaks for itself>>

      And what record is that? Don't reputable newletter writers have audited return on investment numbers. Can you find any such numbers for Wollie? Is he covered by Hurlburt Digest, a publication which tracks the returns of reputable newletter writers?

      Even the obscure "Timers Digest" hasn't given him an award since...well since the market bubble burst in 2000. Could it be that Wollie was a stopped-clock bull who looked like a genious...right up until the market bubble burst. Didn't Wollie totally miss one of the worst shellackings the market has taken if our lifetime? Wasn't he still calling for the NASDAQ to hit 20,000 by the end of 2000, even after the market made its first big move down?

      <<For all we know, his subcribers could have made killings on those investments>>

      I'm sure they did...as long as they shorted the turds he was touting.

      <<I am taking the liberty of forwarding your message to Mr. Wolanchuk.>>

      You needn't have bothered. He's posted on this board several times tonight already.

      Oh, and BTW, here is where Wollie claimed in 1999 that he knew that Motorola would be using a Valence battery in its next generation cell phone.

      hxxp://xxx.stockhouse.xxx/interviews/feb99/022599_timing.asp

      (note, insert "tt" "www" and "com" for the x's)

      Well maybe he knew it, but Motorola apparently did not. I wonder what the SEC would think if they were made aware of that claim?

      <<You are also walking on thin ice with me too, brother. I will not abide libel.>>

      Big words from yet another blustering buffoon. Can I call you a buffoon without libeling you? Or would a jury decide I was simply stating the obvious. LOL!

    • I am not touting, just quoting. Mr. Woanchuk's record speaks for itself, despite your "selective" assortment of libelous dung. You have no idea what his recommendations were between then and now. For all we know, his subcribers could have made killings on those investments. I am taking the liberty of forwarding your message to Mr. Wolanchuk. You had best hope you are not distorting the facts.

      You are also walking on thin ice with me too, brother. I will not abide libel.

    • You really should stick to your amateur technical analysis. You lose all credibility on this board when you start touting Don Wolanchuk. Everybody on this board knows Wolanchuk is a nut and a fool. His track record of individual stock picks is abysmal.

      For example:

      WAVC: touted at $15. Currently $0.16.
      EPHO: touted at $10. Currently $0.00.
      VLNC: "Next $100 stock" since 1996. Currently at $3.90.
      ANTS: "Next $1,000 stock," at $30, currently at $1.94.
      VMII: touted at $10, currently at $0.83.
      EISQ: touted at $10, currently $0.00.

      In 1999, Wollie claimed he "knew" that Motorola would be using a VLNC battery in ints next generation cell phone. Now he "believes in his heart" that VLNC batteries will be in hybrids? Seems to me that he is far less confident now than when he "knew" VLNC was going to get an order from MOT. LOL!

    • <<<"With these new...hybrids....now there's one company that we have been talking about for years and that's Valence Technology, and I believe, in my heart, that the hybrids and Valence Technology are going to be married in the future. There's only.....you know the batteries have to be safe, they have to be powerfull, and they have to be big, and they have to be lightweight. As far as I'm concerned...phosphate-lithium, vanadium-lithium batteries are the wave of the future and that, to me, is one of the great plays of the coming decade." >>> Don Wolanchuk

      Following is from his website:
      www.wolanchuc.com

      Why should I trust Don Wolanchuk?
      Don Wolanchuk has established himself to be the top Market Timer in the country. Over the last ten years Don has received top awards from Timer Digest's yearly ranking of the 100 leading Market Timers in the United States.
      Since 1989, Don has received Timer Digest's top awards seventeen times. These awards include Stock, Bond, and Gold Timer of the Year, as well as Long Term (covering two years) and Market Timer of the Year. In fact, Don Wolanchuk has completely dominated the awards over the last number of years earning Timer Digest Timer of the Year awards in various categories in 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1996,1997,1998,1999, and up to Oct. 30th 2000.

      Don believes it is vital both to his clients and to maintain his outstanding track record, for him to be able to issue timing signals as only the market dictates. Timer Digest has informed the Wolanchuk Report that they will only rank timers that use intermediate (every three to six months) and long term (every six months to one year) signals.

      Since issuing timing signals when the market changes is inconsistent with their current practice the Wolanchuk report will no longer be allowed to participate in the Timer Digest's yearly ranking. Consequently, Timer Digest can no longer truly assert its claim to monitor and rank the nations leading market timers.

    • Don Wolanchuk is predicting new highs on the DOW by the end of the year and says precious metals have a long ways to go on the upside. Believes NAZ 5000 was the B point in an ABC-up move. Basically he's a value buyer.

      His website is: www.wolanchuk.com

      Here's what he said on Tiger Finanicial News Network on May 12, 2004:

      "With these new...hybrids....now there's one company that we have been talking about for years and that's Valence Technology, and I believe, in my heart, that the hybrids and Valence Technology are going to be married in the future. There's only.....you know the batteries have to be safe, they have to be powerfull, and they have to be big, and they have to be lightweight. As far as I'm concerned...phosphate-lithium, vanadium-lithium batteries are the wave of the future and that, to me, is one of the great plays of the coming decade."

    • Yes indeed...who is he. anybody??

    • What is the market telling us about VLNC? That
      there is an incredibly strong anticipation of positive
      news to be announced before the SH meeting, news that
      will allow projections much more positive than Larry's
      on future earnings. I certainly loved that little
      blurb on an investment bank buying call spreads; if it
      just happened to be CIBC, that really tells the full
      story right there.

      As I've pointed out for some
      time, this is certainly the time to be long this stock,
      not short. If the news comes close to matching
      expectations, naked shorts will be eviscerated. At the same
      time, this run-up is not without its dangers to the
      short-run welfare of longs. If VLNC fails to soon deliver
      on its promises, even if they've only been whispered
      on the old boy net, the market will punish it, and
      we'll soon be trading back at 20.

      All-in-all,
      though, the market knows all, and is telling us that the
      company and its underwriter are sitting on a stockpile of
      good news to be released prior to the SH meeting.
      IMHO, there simply have been too few signs to the
      contrary recently for that not to be the case. Given that,
      we're headed up for awhile longer.

      As for the
      shorts, we'll be seeing them again after the news is
      released.

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