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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Dec 21, 2010 12:53 PM Flag

    PRICE/VOLUME SCAM=SEC CRIMINAL WEB SITE SAY REPORT?LOL

    PRICE/VOLUME SCAM=SEC CRIMINAL WEB SITE SAY REPORT?LOL

    TIPS @SEC.GOV

    LOL

    OMI@SEC.GOV

    212-551-4819 ..OMI WATCH DOG PHONE NUMBER

    LOL

    LOL

    SEC CRIMINALS WATCH DOGS...........

    IS THIS JOKE @CRIMINAL SEC ?????????

    YOU BET IT IS

    http://sec.gov/complaint.shtml

    http://sec.gov/complaint.shtml

    IS THIS ALSO A JOKE @SEC WEB SITE? YOU BET IT IS

    Insider trading
    Manipulation of a security’s price or volume

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    • REED HASTINGS SCAM GANG POSTER GOING LIVE SO: WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE $30B+ FRAUD LOOT SCAM GANG

      Reed Hastings scam gang poster going live so: wanted dead or alive $30B+ fraud loot scam gang

      with an insolvent balance sheet with fraud cook.book and massive price volume pump/dump scam in 3 years plus and still going string in USA fraud street casino

      hang em high

      S.E.C./FINRA criminal watch parasites along with Reed Hastings /Goldman Sachs/Morgan Stanley?technology Cross Ventures scam gang asap

      than only fraud loot from 99% will stop in USA

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • this is how the NETFLIX Fraud Manipulated Trading pit is being operated for 3 years now: DARK POOLS AND "HFT" SCAM MACHINES WITH MASSIVE FRAUD VOLUME AND PRICE VOLUME MANIPULATION TIMED WITH MASSIVE PUMP/DUMP NEWS SPINS BY PROVEN CRIMINAL MF THUG REED HASTINGS INSIDER SCAM GANG......TECHNOLOGY CROSS VENTURES IS THE EPICENTER OF THIS INSIDER FRAUD AT NETFLIX........................
      Elan insider trading highlights value of dark pools

      December 6, 2012 | By Jim Kim
      One of the more interesting aspects of the SAC Capital sell-off of Elan shares back in 2008 was the efficiency with which the hedge fund was able to exit a massive position with so few market ripples.
      It's unknown exactly how this was achieved, other than the firm's traders were able to use dark pools and algorithms to sell out, without tipping its hand to the market.
      Reuters describes the big picture, relying on data and charts from Nanex: "When Elan opened for trade on Monday July 21, 2008, it was at a multi-year high of more than $35 per share, and SAC's long position was massively in the money — after all, they had been buying since it was less than $15. And then SAC started selling, aggressively.Over a four-day period, SAC sold its entire position of 10.5 million shares between Monday and Thursday, at a super-high average price of $34.21 per share. The head trader, who said that he sold the stock 'quietly and efficiently through algos and darkpools', continued to sell. By the end of the trading session on the 29th, he had sold more than 15 million shares for more than $500 million. The complaint notes that the SAC trading 'constituted over 20% of the reported trading volume in the seven days prior to the July 29 Announcement.' "

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Arrest mary schapiro/robert khuzami/robert cook scam gang at s.e.c. Tora bora caves

      send in navy seals asap

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • LOOK AT FRAUD TRADING PIT SCAM.................2:04PM EDT 11/21/2012
      LOOK AT PRICE PUMP FRAUD VS VOLUME?

      HANG S.E.C CRIMINAL WATCH RATS IN A PUBLIC SQUARE IN USA TO SAVE WHAT EVER IS LEFT OF USA 99% WORKING CLASS PENSIONS

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • SEE THE CROOK ICAHN EXERCISED AND HAS BEEN DUMPING AND CRIMINAL MADE A KILLING WITH SHORT SQUEEZE
      Icahn exercised his Netflix stock options on Monday, paying $154.7 million for nearly 4.3 million shares in the company, according to Deadline. He now owns more than 5.5 million shares, or 9.98 percent, of Netflix, a smidge less than the 10 percent ownership that would trigger the company’s “poison pill” plan that would prevent a takeover by a single stockholder. Icahn’s SEC filing shows that he paid $323.6 million for his stake in the company, or $58.40 per share. Netflix closed on Monday at $81.36, up 17 percent from the end of last month when Icahn first indicated he was interested in investing in the company.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • BIGGEST WARNING TO RETAIL: CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS/GOLDMAN SACHS SCAM GANG WILL TEACH ENRON/WORLDCOM SCAM PLAY BOOK CRASH AND BURN NEXT TO INSOLVENT POOP WIPE PAPER SUCKERS IN USA
      By singhlion2001 . Nov 16, 2012 3:01 PM . Permalink
      BIGGEST WARNING TO RETAIL: CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS/GOLDMAN SACHS SCAM GANG WILL TEACH ENRON/WORLDCOM SCAM PLAY BOOK CRASH AND BURN NEXT TO INSOLVENT POOP WIPE PAPER SUCKERS IN USA

      RED ALERT IN USA: SCAMFLIX HOUSE OF CARDS AKA REED HASTINGS SCAM $SS POOP WIPE PAPER WILL GO UP IN SMOKES NEXT

      SAY HELLO TO ENRON/WORLDCOM/DOTCOM/MADOFF PONZI FRAUD SCAM PLAY BOOKS IN USA FRAUD STREET CASINO......NOT WALL STREET ANY MORE

      MASSIVE RIOTS IN USA 2013

      ROME DID NOT BURN IN A DAY

      USA HIJACKED BY HOME GROWN FINANCIAL AL QAEDA LED BY BANKSTER FINANCIAL TERRROISTS

      Albert Fried & Company Starts Netflix (NFLX) at Under Perform, Likens Takeover to Time Warner/AOL
      November 16, 2012 8:33 AM EST
      Albert Fried & Company initiates coverage on Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) with an Under Perform rating an NO price target. On takeover speculation, the firm likens it to the 2001 failed merger between Time Warner and AOL, highlighting hidden costs to a deal.

      The firm comments, "On the surface, some investors think $4 billion is bite sized but NFLX is not an A La Carte investment proposition. The real cost to acquire NFLX is closer to $10 billion in our view. Management's investment expense guidance and a large $5 billion content liability could quickly turn a light meal into a strategic corporate ulcer, in our view. The TWX (NC) and AOL (NC) deal in 2001 was also highlighted by a large subscriber base and media transition but failed owing to subscriber losses and the failure to integrate a vision -a NFLX deal speculation is based on similar arguments, in our view."
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      REED HASTINGS/BARRY McCARTHY/DAVID WELLS SCAM DETAILS :CLASS ACTION SUIT DETAILED ALEGATIONS
      By singhlion2001 . Nov 9, 2012 6:54 PM . Permalink
      C. The Individual Defendants
      21. Defendant Reed Hastings (“Hastings”) has served as Netflix’s Chief
      Executive Officer since September 1998 and as its Co-Founder and Chairman of
      the Board since the Company’s inception. Hastings signed and certified Netflix’s
      false and misleading Form 10-K for fiscal 2010, as well as its false and misleading
      Forms 10-Q for the quarterly periods ending September 30, 2010, March 31, 2011
      and June 30, 2011. Hastings also made false and misleading statements on Netflix
      Earnings Conference Calls (“Earnings Calls”) on October 20, 2010 and January 26,
      2011 and during a December 8, 2010 Barclays Capital Global Technology
      Conference (the “Barclays Conference”). Further, Hastings made false and
      misleading statements in a December 20, 2010 article appearing in an online blog,
      Seeking Alpha. Hastings fraudulently knew that these statements were materially
      false and misleading at the time they were made.
      22. Hastings sold more than 187,432 shares of Netflix stock during the
      Class Period, reaping gross proceeds in excess of $43 million.
      23. Defendant David Wells (“Wells”) has served as Netflix’s Chief
      Financial Officer since December 2010 and its Vice President of Financial
      Planning & Analysis from August 2008 to December 2010. He held the position
      of Director of Operations Planning & Analysis from March 2004 to August 2008.
      Wells signed and certified Netflix’s false and misleading Form 10-K for fiscal
      2010, as well as its false and misleading Forms 10-Q for the quarterly periods
      ending March 31, 2011 and June 30, 2011. In addition, Wells signed Netflix’s
      materially false and misleading Forms 8-K dated January 26, 2011, April 25, 2011,
      July 25, 2011, September 15, 2011 and October 24, 2011, and publicly-filed letters 9

      CONSOLIDATED CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT - 3:12-CV-00225-SC
      to the SEC dated May 20, 2011 and July 11, 2011. Wells fraudulently knew that
      these statements were materially false and misleading at the time they were made.
      24. Wells sold more than 6,100 shares of Netflix common stock during
      the Class Period, reaping gross proceeds in excess of $1.5 million.
      25. Defendant Barry McCarthy (“McCarthy”) served as the Chief
      Financial Officer of Netflix from April 1999 until December 10, 2010. McCarthy
      signed and certified Netflix’s false and misleading Form 10-Q for the quarterly
      period ending September 30, 2010. McCarthy also signed Netflix’s false and
      misleading Form 8-K dated October 20, 2010. McCarty also made false and
      misleading statements and material omissions on Netflix Earnings Calls on
      October 20, 2010 and during the Barclays Conference on December 8, 2010.
      McCarthy fraudulently knew that these statements were materially false and
      misleading at the time they were made.
      26. McCarthy sold more than 228,000 shares of Netflix common stock
      during the Class Period, reaping gross proceeds in excess of $41.7 million.
      27. Facts that are critical to Netflix’s “core operations” are presumably
      known by its key officers, including each of the Individual Defendants. In
      addition, the Individual Defendants, by virtue of their positions as Netflix’s senior
      executive officers, directly participated in the management of Netflix, and were
      directly involved in the day-to-day operations of Netflix at the highest levels, and
      were privy to confidential proprietary information concerning the Company and its
      business, operations, growth, financial statements, and financial condition, as
      alleged herein.
      28. Moreover, the Individual Defendants were involved in drafting,
      producing, reviewing and/or disseminating the false and misleading statements,
      information and omissions alleged herein, were aware, or recklessly disregarded,
      the fact that the false and misleading statements and omissions were being issued 10

      CONSOLIDATED CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT - 3:12-CV-00225-SC
      by the Company, and approved or ratified these statements, in violation of the
      federal securities laws.
      29. As officers and controlling persons of a publicly-held company whose
      shares are registered with the SEC and traded on NASDAQ, the Individual
      Defendants had a duty to disseminate prompt, accurate and truthful information
      with respect to Netflix, and to correct any previously issued statements that had
      become materially misleading or untrue, so that the market price of the Company’s
      common stock would be based upon truthful and accurate information. The
      Individual Defendants each violated these specific requirements and obligations
      during the Class Period.
      30. The Individual Defendants are liable as participants in a fraudulent
      scheme and course of business that operated as a fraud or deceit on purchasers of
      Netflix’s common stock by disseminating materially false and misleading
      statements and/or concealing material adverse facts with respect to the statements
      concerning the profitability of its streaming segment and ability to afford the costs
      associated therewith, as alleged herein. The scheme: (i) deceived the investing
      public regarding Netflix’s business, operations, management and the intrinsic value
      of Netflix’s common stock; (ii) permitted the Individual Defendants to exercise
      stock options and engage in insider sales during a period of stock inflation;
      (iii) materially misrepresented and concealed the profitability of Netflix’s
      streaming segment, i.e., the Company’s core business, and ability to afford the
      costs associated therewith; (iv) caused Lead Plaintiffs and other members of the
      Class to purchase Netflix common stock at artificially inflated prices; and
      (v) caused Lead Plaintiffs to suffer damages when Netflix finally disclosed the
      truth about the profitability of its streaming segment to investors.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Enforcement Tips and Complaints

      If you would like to provide us information about fraud or wrongdoing involving potential violations of the securities laws, which may include the conduct listed below, use the Tips, Complaints and Referrals Portal. See also further information about submitting a tip or complaint.

      Ponzi scheme, Pyramid Scheme, or a High-Yield Investment Program
      Theft or misappropriation of funds or securities
      Manipulation of a security's price or volume
      Insider trading
      Fraudulent or unregistered securities offering
      False or misleading statements about a company (including false or misleading SEC reports or financial statements)
      Abusive naked short selling
      Bribery of, or improper payments to, foreign officials
      Fraudulent conduct associated with municipal securities transactions or public pension plans
      Other fraudulent conduct

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Biggest fraud volume and price crime scene and still all protection provided by mary schapiro/robert khuzami/robert cook scam gang at s.e.c.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • American 99% have no other choice but to drag criminal banksters/s.e.c watch parasites on streets of usa next to survive

      red alert in usa

      where is fbi? Doj?

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • FBI? DOJ?

      WHAT A CRIME SCENE

      ARREST ALL S.E.C WATCH RATS IN USA ASAP

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

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