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  • bohemianclubman bohemianclubman Mar 1, 2013 10:16 AM Flag

    What we learned this week

    Plenty.

    We learned that being "trapped" in a position is a good thing.

    We learned that Insmed DID NOT do a nine month dog toxicity study..... just for the fun of it. The FDA asked them to. This bit of information was worthy of being called the post of the day, and was posted and reposted several times.

    We learned that institutional owners of securities are insiders.

    We learned that if only Insmed had contacted a single poster instead of professional consultants, they would be gearing up to sell iplex to MMD patients right now.

    We learned that if four individuals post during the same hour, they are the same person.

    Who ever said that stock message boards are not a valuable tool?

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    • We also learned that the board of directors at INSM where planning on doing a version of the
      Harlem Shake, but couldn't decide on who was to wear the helmet, and that Dennis Rodman
      was too busy in North Korea to take a seat on the board..But we do have a member of the IR team
      that has agreed to discuss the up and coming results of the dog toxicity study.
      http://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=AsXu9O856kv3ejWiYCw6C1CbvZx4?fr=yfp-t-900-14-s&toggle=1&cop=mss&ei=UTF-8&p=aint%20no%20body%20got%20time%20for%20that

    • I learned dat you have dat robothumb with many many ids,so's you make me very foirst ignore cause you just talk nosense.Will Lewis will take us to da promised land,I nos dat.I own lots

 
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