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SodaStream International Ltd. (SODA) Message Board

  • goldenseth Sep 29, 2013 7:53 AM Flag

    RBG and SODA

    First, the gentleman from Central Florida has an elaborate and uninformed posting history on SODA for which his results have proven ineffective and faulty to put it bluntly. Second, it would benefit investors in SODA to read through gentlemanjim_98 last post as it thoroughly negates RBG claims of foreign litigation liabilities: kudos to Jim for this intelligent offering to the board!

    RBG first started misrepresenting the possibilities of the SODA business with investors on the Seeking Alpha website, in a somewhat bullying manner for which apparently, in his mind and as he claims, he was removed from the site. So now he affords himself the option and opportunity to behave similarly here on the Yahoo Message Board.

    The most unfortunate thing is that RBG is clearly motivated with his negative sentiment on SODA. Why, I don't claim to know as the vast majority of SODA results and tripling of stock price since its IPO over a three year period don't leave a whole lot of wanting on the table. Additional distribution information also seems positive for the future of SodaStream and its share price for would be investors.

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    • Herr Golbelseth, the sodastream internation USA propagana minister, you are a liar and you know it. My only disagreement with you and your racist cohorts at seeking alphalpa was money flow analysis. Specifically, apple computer and monster beverage. You challenged me on both accounts and you were wrong as both stocks #$%$ out. Then you and your band of losers, got together and had me banned from the site, and still am, as seeking alphalpa articles carry less weight than ever. now, if you want to be a little azhole and make such stupid posts as this, i wont even give you the little respect i have for you now. Now, who is paying for your trip? Second, I question every company whos stock is traded. Specially foreign concerns. Investment theory 101, "all stocks are over priced" Therefore you must question everything about them. So stop taking plays from communist community organizer saul alinsky, and give credit t\o contrary thought instead of just randomly criticizing it because you have vested interests. Now you run along. I am very disappointing with your childish posts of late.

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      • goldenseth Sep 29, 2013 11:06 AM Flag

        In what world do I ever question you, and everyone knows Capital Ladder was short MNST last year. I ven posted it on this message board my short position in MNST. Sorry, but looks lie you have been caught in another lie. You read every single piece we published. Widely distributed on Barron's, Seeking Alpha etc. Why do I even bother with an individual such as yourself. So hateful, just so hateful. Have a great day anyway!

      • Rbg5r - I take it by this ridiculous and hateful post attacking Seth that you are implicitly acknowledging the undeniable truth that your claim that SODA is "void and free of any class action" is false and completely wrong. Can you acknowledge that you were completely wrong about something that someone in your industry should know? If you can't acknowledge that you were wrong (that is, acknowledge reality) you take away any reason why anyone should bother reading your posts. If you acknowledge that you were wrong about something you clearly should know, you take away any reason why anyone should bother reading your posts. I'm sure you see what the rest of us know: you have put yourself in an insoluble credibility dilemma from which there is no escape. There is nothing you can write that anyone on this board could reasonable consider worth reading. You shouldn't waste your time writing posts as we won't waste our time reading them. GLTA.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

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