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  • fudfighter3 fudfighter3 Mar 6, 2014 1:56 PM Flag

    Blase - nobody is paying the DHW

    1. He posted this -

    "My reason to cover and take a 8% loss was to use that money which has been dead money for 2 very promising bios.FAR more promising than this puppy you have lost your #$%$ on."

    2. He posted all of the comments about the Short trade at $7.81 detailed in my post to Jrdelane (currently halfway down this page).

    Even if one considers the possibility he was just pretending to be stupid with his "dead money" post - how many possible explanations ARE there for twenty posts boasting about his profits from a Short trade at $7.81 which he had told us twice a couple of months earlier he had decided against?

    Only one explanation fits for me. There are a lot of unfortunate people in the World who were born intellectually-impaired. Some of them are bound to have internet access, and the anonymity offered by these forums allows them to live fantasy lives which are far better than their real lives.

    The DHW has been posting here for over ten years, using over a hundred ids along the line to embellish his fantasy existence.

    I'd be willing to bet my house that everything he has ever posted which suggests intelligence on his part has been parroted from other web sites.

    A paid poster would be required to redouble his efforts on days when the share price is substantially up. But the DHW has never had the appetite to post on days when the share price warns him his opinions are likely to be ridiculed.

    He spends his life in these forums because it's the only life he has.

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