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  • lou4012001 lou4012001 May 16, 2013 1:23 PM Flag

    one SA article ??cmon

    there is nada

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    • The SA article came out after the spike. Over 150k shares were bought at ~2.13 in 2 minutes an hour before that article came out... I'm not saying that the article couldn't have been written by the same people who bought the shares looking for a quick flip, but that is a larger transaction than just a small stakeholder... $300k+in a couple of minutes is not nothing...
      Hopefully, it is an indication that someone is interested in establishing a larger position. While it was a nice trade that lead to a quick spike, it still isn't a significant amount. 1GlobeCapital bought 7% of the company late last year, and that hasn't lead to any news or upswing in price...

      I always wonder with SA articles if they are written by the people buying to try to cause a quick boost, or if they write the articles, and then wait to release them after a quick jump so it looks like they know what they are talking about... In either case, I don't put any stock in SA, but I would like to know who did the buying today.

      (Maybe our new CEO made a personal investment ;) But I really doubt that...)

      • 1 Reply to noidlikemine
      • "I always wonder with SA articles if they are written by the people buying to try to cause a quick boost, or if they write the articles, and then wait to release them after a quick jump so it looks like they know what they are talking about..."

        Are you kidding? You seem like a very intelligent guy and you don't know the answer to this?

 
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