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  • keepshorting keepshorting Nov 30, 2011 3:56 PM Flag

    Commencing El GORO EL SHORTO

    John Hathaway's increasing ownership speaks volumes and he is tops in the field.
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    he sold some GORO shares in the gold fund. also, if he is tops in the field...how did he get scammed into buying East Asia Minerals (eas.v)? the biggest FRAUD of 2011.



    If as you continue to advocate that it is a sham then I would expect to see the family unloading a lot of stock at higher prices...clue me in did that happen at +$30?
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    Greed. They thought you idiots would push this over $50/share. Same idiots who think this is a 10 bagger. You forgot to mention that they paid themselves a dividend out of treasury money. I wonder why?

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    • Getting a bit testy after todays 7% move....must be running short on your Depends inventory. I would hardly call East Asis the biggest fraud of the year. Link please. But I'm sure it was a wake up call for John and increased their due diligence. That he continues to increase ownership tells me GORO passed the test.
      Perhaps you can give us some more color on the treasury distribution. That it was disclosed is good enough for me. It could have easily been disguised. Your comments lead me to believe you have a personnal grudge against the Rieds. If so shouldn't you disclose that perhaps you have in the past? Anyway if you have additional thorough insight into whats going on please share it. You seem to always have a rebuttal but the sound bite nature is uneven.

      • 2 Replies to kansascrudes
      • Kansascrude,
        keepshorting claims he was lied to by one of the Rieds and this is at least partially responsible for his animosity towards GORO. He doesn't appear to have any investment skills and appears to use a shotgun approach in that he buys a large number of speculative mining stocks hoping that a rising gold price and a lucky drill bit will allow him to claim success. He has explained in some detail his hostility towards GORO at the Miranda Gold yahoo board(MRDDF) if your interested. There aren't a lot of posts there other than his. He starts posting on about April 15, 2011 on that board. He seems to have allowed it to become personal and has lost touch with reality in my opinion.

      • I would hardly call East Asis the biggest fraud of the year. Link please. But I'm sure it was a wake up call for John and increased their due diligence. That he continues to increase ownership tells me GORO passed the test.
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        How convenient. He gets hustled into buying that junk and you call it a learning lesson? He is getting hustled into buying GORO shares too.



        Perhaps you can give us some more color on the treasury distribution. That it was disclosed is good enough for me. It could have easily been disguised.
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        Paying out a divended that exceeds profit is OK in your book. I understand. LMAO!!!!!

    • Shorty,

      Your attempts at rebuttal, as usual, are pathetic.

      Amadeus


      Kansas: John Hathaway's increasing ownership speaks volumes and he is tops in the field.
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      Shorty: he sold some GORO shares in the gold fund.

      Amadeus: Yes, but he bought more in his other fund, for a net increase in holdings for Q3. Nice try, though, but very misleading on your part.

      Shorty: also, if he is tops in the field...how did he get scammed into buying East Asia Minerals (eas.v)? the biggest FRAUD of 2011.

      Amadeus: Are you saying Hathaway is not tops in his field? Are you saying that GORO is a fraud? Are you saying that having Hathaway invest in your company is NOT a good sign? Just what are you trying to say here?

      Kansas: If as you continue to advocate that it is a sham then I would expect to see the family unloading a lot of stock at higher prices...clue me in did that happen at +$30?
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      Shorty: Greed. They thought you idiots would push this over $50/share. Same idiots who think this is a 10 bagger. You forgot to mention that they paid themselves a dividend out of treasury money. I wonder why?

      Amadeus: LOL. And you forgot to mention that the dividend is paid to ALL shareholders, that is, us longs. Given the Reid's are the LARGEST individual shareholders, yes, they get paid the dividend as well. Where I come from, having managemnent being the largest non-institutional shareholder is generally considered good for the company and keeps management's interest aligned with shareholders' interests.

      You're a joke. But do keep it up. It is entertaining.

      Gotta laugh!
      Amadeus

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      • Amadeus: Are you saying Hathaway is not tops in his field? Are you saying that GORO is a fraud? Are you saying that having Hathaway invest in your company is NOT a good sign? Just what are you trying to say here?
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        I am saying that if Hathaway was dumb enough to put one penny in East Asia Minerals (one of the biggest scams of 2011), then he is not as sharp as you folks think.

      • You're kidding right? He is trying to make a divvie look like a ripoff? Come on dude you are soiling yourself with that. Hope you got the extra large load Depends.

 
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