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  • js291955 js291955 Sep 13, 2012 11:33 AM Flag

    We longs should lend a hand to the shorts

    It's sad when you know that many shorts bet way too much on HEK going down after listening to the bad, and frankly evil advice spat out by Ladenburg Thalmann, Wedbush, and Onetyme99. Many shorts were too gullible and naive to know that the lies and deceptive advice given by these depressed and manipulative entities and individuals were designed to enrich themselves at the expense of the shorts. The analyst at Wedbush who just recently put a $4 price target on HEK is now required to go back to high school and get his diploma before he's allowed to analyse HEK again. Many shorts may now not be able to feed their families and will join the other 45 million Americans on food stamps.

    We longs really owe a small debt of gratitude to those shorts who are now being so brutally punished for just blindly following others and not doing their own homework. Many of us longs took the opportunity to buy more HEK when the price dropped below $3 thus making our current profits that much higher.

    So let's all get together and give the poor shorts some friendly advice. Shorts, if you haven't already covered, do so immediately before HEK's stock price gets over $5 per share. At that point, the $50K and $100K buys we are seeing now will turn into $1 to $5 million buys. After you've covered, buy as much HEK as you can afford. Borrow money from your grandmother if you can, mortgage your house, and sell your car. If you buy now, you may just be able to make up for your losses and save face. You may even have friends again!

    Next time be very careful when the fools at Wedbush come out with a $4 price target on a company they don't understand. Remember, a $4 price target from Wedbush meant that they thought that ONE YEAR from now HEK would be at $4. We could give them the benefit of the doubt and assume they left off the last zero and meant $40 a year from now. No, they're just not that smart.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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