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  • el_latino1976 el_latino1976 Jul 15, 2002 4:02 PM Flag

    Gold up 4 dollars and GG tanking

    Dude your right...the shorts can't post fast enough...there was a good post written by Fabulonica back on 6/27, I thought I'd repost it for the Goldcorp long newcomers to this board:

    "As you may have noticed its not really much of a debate. We do occasionally have some people who actually are short GG and of course its always good to hear their strategies. However, most so-called short posters on this board are not short at all but are transparently promoting another agenda. Their tactics are usually to arrive in droves when the stock takes the slightest dip and hammer away at other posters with insults, ridicule, obscenities etc. You'll notice they never post any interesting links, never come up with any good data, never back up their wild claims and have absolutely no interest whatsoever in any kind of dialogue.
    There are a couple of possibilities as to who they are and what they're trying to accomplish. One is that they are office drones from brokerages that are into gold derivatives and have gold stock bashing as part of their sad job descriptions. Another is that they are individual investors who lost everything in the tech crash and are pissed off that they don't have anything left to invest, so cruise the boards bashing anything that moves up.
    Personally I think it's former, or some variation on that theme. All I know is they add nothing of value to any discussion here so I just keep putting them on IGNORE. Of course they just keep creating new aliases, so it's kind of like a game of Whack the Moles. This board is a much more interesting place without them and I can't understand why people keep trying to have reasonable discussions with them."

 
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