The Google board is a very good, informative board. It is tough not to come over here once in awhile, though, in the same way that it's tough not to stare at an accident on the highway. Happy New Year!
Why don't you ORDER a few dozen of that army of 1,600 members to do some concerted buying?
Y'know?, just each buy 5,000 freakin' shares, one after another!
It's not gonna break their account! See who's fingers work fastest, y'know?
Don'et report it, though, as the SEC won't take kindly to such an idea!
The Yahoo MB is nothing but a filthy, run-down saloon, and if you're like me, you've probably already received more than one nasty, and I mean nasty computer virus because of the spam links that are bugged. Had to go out and buy additional software because of it.
As a MGR of the Google board, I have to say that I find the negative remarks about Feeed and the Google MB to be very misleading.
You're talking about someone that started something from scratch, for FREE, to provide meaningful info about ACT to both current and potential investors. A place that's safe from scammers, links with viruses, and folks that just want to stir up trouble every chance they get.
It's also a fun place and and a tight knit community that was built from the ground up, now boasting over 1,600 members. There's a wealth of knowledge, with plenty of links and investors that have done tons of DD on the company and it's potential and are more than willing to share and help others in any way possible.
I understand the concern about censorship, and even last week I brought it up with the fellow MGRs about the possibility of letting the posts fly. What I mean by this, is that EVERYONE could post whatever they wish without the need for moderation, where the board would pretty much run itself. Feeed didn't waste any time to turn down that idea, and all I can say is THANK GOD for that.
Why? Think about it. All it takes is ONE poster to show up late at night, and post a string of lies about the company that effect the stock you're invested in and the sentiment towards the company. The Yahoo board is ripe with lies and deception.
Another example is that someone could very easily show up and post spam links that create a wave of virus infected computers.
All that said, if you don't like the Google board and how it's run, then by all means stay with yahoo or start another group if you think you can do better. For those that have a problem with censorship, I bet you never even bothered to ask one of the MGRs about the possibility of having your status changed. It's real difficult, isn't it? The worst they could say is NO, but you never even bothered to ask the question.
This board is better than that pumper group you have on Google. Besides that the google board is so rife with spammers, pumpers and bashers, who would want to go there?
I'll stay right here thanks, if I want differing opinions, I will check out investors hub from time to time. But I will never goto google message boards again.
actually, there's not that many "morons" in here, where I am concerned.
I see mostly myself and about 6 to 8 other old timers I've got to *know* this last year....
All others go straight to the ignor list....
But, anyway, Yahoo's policy is, you can open your mouth and be as dumb as you want, so long as you don't hurt anyone, in a provable way, you're free to exhibit just how stupid you really are, without censor.
exclusive clubs and organizations always have these stupid rules YOU MUST FOLLOW...
that, to me, is even more stupid.
I'd rather be in a place where people can act and say completely mindless things --- and I can ignor them, literally --- then be in one where every utterance you do must conform to some "guidelines" of the club founders...
that, to me, is high-school-ish.
There's no question that you will find real information on Google. These bashers won't get on there, but if they do the manager will kick them off immediately. It's great. Too bad Yahoo is so poorly managed. It used to be an interesting web site. They say never say never, but I will never post on Yahoo boards again.
Glad you like it.
To no one in particular:
If you just found the board and you like what you see, bump this topic so you can help some other investors like yourselves who crave good info.
We got close to 90 new members today alone.