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Intellect Neurosciences, Inc. Message Board

  • teddds3poo teddds3poo Feb 20, 2013 8:44 PM Flag

    Paid pumpers here claim asking questions is posting "lies", why no answers?

    Why no buyout or even any hint of a buyout of ILNS now?
    ILNS with a 2 million dollar market cap has no value to another pharma?
    Why are only less than 2% of the ILNS shares shorted?
    Why are they pumping this stock all over the place but the share price does NOT move higher?
    Why would you need to pump this stock so so many message different boards?
    Why so much selling under 2 cents if there is so much upside here?
    Why does the share price NOT move above 2 cents on many millions of shares in volume?
    Why is nobody buying ILNS shares higher than 2 or 3 cents?

    Why so many MILLIONS of shares selling for UNDER 2 cents?
    More than 8 million shares volume on Tuesday of this week and more today all UNDER 2 cents, why?

    *****WHY IS THERE AN ENDLESS SUPPLY OF SHARES UNDER 2 CENTS?
    If MORE than 20 times the one day volume (on Tuesday of this week) compared to 1 week ago does not move the share price even a half cent higher then what will?

    One day volume here exactly one week ago was 400,000 shares.
    Tuesday's volume here was more than 8 million shares.
    Share price is still totally stuck under 2 cents no matter what volume is here.
    There are NO shares shorted here, NONE!!
    Where are all the millions of shares coming from UNDER 2 cents?

    What are the "lies" that I posted here?

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