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Supernus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (SUPN) Message Board

  • faz239 faz239 Jun 11, 2014 10:28 PM Flag

    You call me the fabulous faz - I was right again yesterday - This penny stock will get you

    DO not get hooked up. It will take 1-2 days to lose off the profit.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • Calling SUPN a Penny Stock, is on par with you claiming to be RIGHT (one day in a row!!!!). Besides you are crying Bubble and Burst! where??? You want to see a Bubble, go a study the Tech Wreck a decade ago... THAT was a BUBBLE. There are CERTAIN stocks ACTING pretty frothy, but they will most likely correct on their own. You refuse to study and learn from your mistakes... a great recipe for going BROKE...
      but good luck with that
      ;0)

      FYI: Until the retail player embraces the market again in full bloom, you don't have to worry TOO MUCH about crashes... Governments have too much riding on it (READ: Pension obligations guarantees), to let it happen.

      • 1 Reply to mrmaglue
      • Mr. Maglue.....again, you beat me to the post! I totally agree with you. where this guy gets off calling SUPN a penny stock is beyond me. and how a 2 cent correction on a day can be considered his stock crash is mind boggling. I would agree the indicators of relative strength and slow stoch show SUPN is currently oversold and setting up for a reversal. I dont agree with his gloom and doom. he picked the wrong the stock for that #$%$. LOL SUPN is looking a good long prospect. slow and steady up over time.

 
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