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  • keepshorting keepshorting May 12, 2013 2:21 PM Flag

    IS IT TRUE THAT JOHN DOODY WENT BACK TO BEING A BROKE ECONOMICS PROFESSOR?

    Can't believe anyone believed that LIAR. All the longs were raving about how John Doody liked GORO and that was enough of a reason to be long. Even though Doody lied in his presentations about GORO. Too funny. The GORO longs are probably some of the dumbest people on planet earth, maybe in the history of mankind.

    GORO was the easiest short I have ever seen. Apparently Wall Street knew it would collapse because they were short 5 million shares too. The private board has imploded and so has all the bank accounts of the arrogant longs. Now they are being duped into buying MXSG and that stock too will be exposed as nothing but pure hype.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • "The GORO longs are probably some of the dumbest people on planet earth, maybe in the history of mankind."

      I have been reading stock message boards since 1996. Amadeus is right up there near the top of the list of the dumbest, in my opinion.

      But hands-down, no one measures up to the unabashed stupidity of Barry Klein, "barsolid". And I truly mean that!

      I am hoping that there is some psychological, clinical financial suicidal syndrome that explains it away. That this individual is gripped by something he cannot control.
      Because if it is something within his realm that he CAN control, I fear for this guy and I fear for the financial well-being of his family.

      But, by far, Barry Klein is the dumbest individual I have ever read on a message board.

 
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