are higher energy prices not good for coin? It makes it more competative vs nonorganic fertelizer producers. Is a falling dollar not good for coin? It pushes fertelizer prices higher. So why the huge selloff. Whaterver. Like I said scum bag shorts are useful creatures. Will load up more next week. I know one thing. Food is the last thing people will cut back on during this economic downturn. We are not the only nation that likes to stuff our bellies. Countries like India, Russia, and China have billions of people combined that want to eat better. Long term trend is up up and away. Hello.
Hey, they are not only crazy. They must be really fools. Short a 36 million company with such a NANOfloat and potential?
Well, maybee we all are only a bunch of uninformed bagholders and somebody in the know has been selling/shorting all the way. This is another possibility. Of course, this would require that company would FAIL with the Woodbridge now ... But honestly, who believe we could get a bad news as for the Woodbridge facility nowadays? Based on WHAT?
All in all, shorts must be out of mind completely.
They're banking on the company being non-viable is what they're doing. Of course, even if that turns out to be the case, that doesn't mean the share value won't still triple while they're trying to short it and they'll get a margin call.... well, depending on how much they put into it. I agree with you, it's a pretty lousy choice of investments. Better to put all your money on a hand of blackjack. Also something you may not end up regretting, but wasn't a wise idea to have done nonetheless.