Let's stop the tort.
If you have trouble reading the context in which a word is written, then I am sorry for you.
I see you are a Canadian cousin, In US fraud has many meanings and fraud is everwhere.
Don't take fraud too seriously, it is a fact of life here.
And 2 cents of advice, everthing in the market is a fraud. You have to figure out which is a bigger fraud and seperate it from the smaller fraud to make money.
<"The fact that it appeared on this board is enough to to indicate it is farcical, ironic, speculation, or non-serious.>"
Cute, very cute.
And a sad comment on the current state of these message boards.
I like that comment (at one level), but must in all seriousness disagree.
I will be earning over 50% dividend a year if this baby hits $ 1/- price tag.I buy CIM everyday when it dips and my cost is the dividend what I earned in last two years .Bring it down I will buy it and thanks for bringing it down to this level.
And if someone could identify who you are in real life, you could be a target (and legitimately so) for a libel or slander suit.
(You explicitly stated it was a fraud)
So, are you courageous enough to identify exactly who you are?
(Do you really, really, believe in what you are saying, and are you man enough to stand up for it?)
This simpleton, who poses as a Reverend, man of the Cloth on Yahoo silver boards is a long time liar and swindler.
He is long SSRI all the way down from 48 to 17 and still he lies and spreads his attack massages of hate and recrimination against other users of Yahoo. He is a known idiot.
Revenant -- you made a convincing argument about calling a company or someone a 'fraud'. Posters need to think what they write before going overboard with their statements.
You also called on a000264... to show courage and identify himself. How about showing some courage yourself-- the Yahoo ID feature shows absolutely no info about who you are. Maybe a lawyer for CIM?