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  • fudfighter4 fudfighter4 Jul 30, 2013 10:54 AM Flag

    Beware posters with no clue about valuation

    The majority of the individuals who have attacked me for suggesting there is sufficient evidence of insider trading to interest the SEC - should enough shareholders ask them to investigate - are immature, selfish, petty individuals, with no interest in contributing anything of value to others.

    This criticism of me by bugseypug yesterday offers some colour on their mentality -

    "Anyone who has been around any length of time tires of the endless posts with no corresponding related appreciation in stock price."

    I've explained to this odious creep on numerous occasions that my posts highlighting the potential of the investment were simply intended to nullify the efforts of the wannabe shysters looking to negatively colour the sentiment projected by the forum.

    But upbeat posts have always been a thorn in the side of selfish investors themselves looking to use the forum to unfairly blame Management for not delivering shareholder value before the business became profitable.

    So these damaged individuals twisted the truth into something they could use to criticise me - I have also failed to deliver shareholder value. And I have never once been right.

    It's ironic that the very same windbags who for years now have bored the pants off us with their mindless "yet here we sit at ... cents!" are so scared to complain about the real thing that they now attack me for complaining when previously they attacked me for not complaining.

    But some things never change. When the windbags have no answer to inconvenient facts they invent excuses to attack the messenger.

    I suggest you ignore these desperate attempts to influence you to do nothing about the evidence of insider trading - unless an argument is supported by a calculation linking the price of the offering to a revenue projection you consider reasonable.

    If an offering at a price so far below analyst valuations can't be justified - neither can the short trades which dropped the share price from $14.30 to below $10.

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    • How do you make a valuation on a company when you don't know if they have any product to sell or how long it would take them to make the drug. Lets say we can start selling tomorrow how many people can be treated?????

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • There is no evidence of insider trading. As Lewis said it is very common for stocks that have had a run up to the release of news, to drop after the news. Even if it is good. In our case the news was not as good as many were hoping/expecting. Even if it was as good as expected, I've seen it happen all the time. For example, many a stock that has run up in the lead -in to FDA approval, actually drops after the news of the approval. INSM did this when Iplex was initially approved I seem to recall. BTW, you don't know that the above were short trades or normal selling.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Me, six hours ago -

      "So these damaged individuals twisted the truth into something they could use to criticise me - I have also failed to deliver shareholder value. And I have never once been right."

      Hubby, half an hour ago -

      "if fud is right, it will be a 1st"

      Coming on top of that earlier observation from bugsey that surely must be in the running for the most breathtakingly stupid comment ever posted in an investment forum, today has been quite entertaining :-)

    • "I've explained to this odious creep on numerous occasions that my posts highlighting the potential of the investment were simply intended to nullify the efforts of the wannabe shysters looking to negatively colour the sentiment projected by the forum."

      Odious Creep? Wow...just wow...OK, I'll give you a point for using the word "Odious".

      So, when you bashed me a few years back when I commented that we could see $20, as you were saying $1,200...was that you simply "attempting to nullify the efforts of wannabe shysters"?

      When I posted the $20 SP, that was a clear double at that point. f course, this was several years ago I believe, and we never saw it. I was just speculating that Merck might make an offer at that price....of course, you called me a "basher"..or what ever colorful term you used.

      "So these damaged individuals twisted the truth into something they could use to criticise me - I have also failed to deliver shareholder value. And I have never once been right."

      Really? Did you just say that?

      "But some things never change. When the windbags have no answer to inconvenient facts they invent excuses to attack the messenger."

      Are you our "messenger"? Just because you have a forum to post in, does that make you the accurate relayer of truth? Kinda like the internet in general...if you have an ailment, don't look it up because you'll find a cornucopia of illnesses that fit the bill. "Messenger", hmmm.......

      "I suggest you ignore these desperate attempts to influence you to do nothing about the evidence of insider trading - unless an argument is supported by a calculation linking the price of the offering to a revenue projection you consider reasonable."

      I don't think I have ever tried to "influence" anyone to do anything with their shares. I too highly encourage people to do what is right for them in their circumstance. For me, I'll not contact the SEC as I'm not privy to all the pertinent information to make an educated case.

    • Your handlers must be flogging you morning, noon and night. You are looking more and more like the clown you are with each post. Your droning is now just noise.

      And to preempt your question as to why I am responding to you - well, you need to be smacked down at every possible opportunity because you lie as a pumper and you lie as a basher. You lie because you and your bosses have money on the table. I'd say it is sizable.

      Maybe your bosses run a hedge fund and shorted the heck out of INSM and you are hoping that you can scare readers into selling or newbies into not buying. On the extreme you are hoping that SEC does open an investigation which would knock quite a bit of the share price of INSM.

      Make no mistake, you are trying to manipulate the readers of this board. But, most don't give a rat's xxx about you anymore.

 
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