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freddyaophelps 573 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 23, 2016 12:47 PM Member since: Apr 18, 2013
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  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 23, 2016 12:47 PM Flag

    Then my posts shouldn't concern you...but they do...why? No where in this thread is your name mentioned... People only get mad and defensive about certain topics when they know they are guilty...

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 23, 2016 10:46 AM Flag

    All I know about Magnegas is it as well as OCAT and CTIX was/are targets of your short and distort group. I did own a lot of OCAT and currently some CTIX and GERN. I found it interesting that the same online bashers were found on all 4 boards, maybe not a coincidence since Sullivan from the Ashcroft Law Firm as well as Magnegas appear to have proof.

    "Please note that this letter should be considered as a formal request to preserve all paper and electronic documents and data relevant to this dispute, including, but not limited to those related to the filing of the complaint in the above-referenced matter, the due diligence you claimed to have conducted prior to filing the complaint, and any communications you may have had with any party related to this dispute, including, as discussed immediately below, Mako Research, Seeking Alpha, Pump Terminator, Pump Stopper, any purported class member or shareholder, or any persons or entities associated with them."
    "On that note, we wish to inform you that — and to be clear, we do not by any means suggest that the Rosen Law Firm has been or is engaged in any impropriety beyond filing a frivolous complaint — we anticipate providing this communication, as well as intelligence that we have uncovered showing a potential conspiracy to commit securities manipulation, to regulatory and enforcement officials at both the state and federal level."

    MagneGas Identifies Anonymous Short Attack Blogger, Initiates Legal Action
    Company management believes this blogger is one of several individuals who acted in collusion with others to receive ill-gotten gains through short selling in combination with false and misleading "anonymous" publications. The forensic IT investigation revealed that one of the suspects has been previously fined and ordered to cease and desist operation of an unlicensed investment advisory firm and had his investment advisory license revoked. The Company believes it knows the full names, home addresses, work history, employment locations and other personal details of the individuals involved.

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    emmersonfranklin Member since: Jul 23, 2016

    by freddyaophelps Sep 20, 2016 11:56 AM
    freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 23, 2016 9:48 AM Flag

    Also part of the pattern is the sudden appearance of many new users on the message boards of stock websites for the particular stock being targeted. These new users will claim to own stock and fan the flames of the negative press.
    Many even go back and delete their original negative posts. However if anybody replied to those posts you can still read the original ones.

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 22, 2016 6:42 PM Flag

    What does it mean to “voluntarily” provide information?
    Your information is provided “voluntarily” if you provide it to us or another regulatory or law enforcement authority before (i) we request it from you or your lawyer or (ii) Congress, another regulatory or enforcement agency or self-regulatory organization (such as FINRA) asks you to provide the information in connection with an investigation or certain examinations or inspections. See Rule 21F-4(a).

    Don't wait tu long wedgie...
    Smile Face

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 22, 2016 5:53 PM Flag

    Please note that this letter should be considered as a formal request to preserve all paper and electronic documents and data relevant to this dispute, including, but not limited to those related to the filing of the complaint in the above-referenced matter, the due diligence you claimed to have conducted prior to filing the complaint, and any communications you may have had with any party related to this dispute, including, as discussed immediately below, Mako Research, Seeking Alpha, Pump Terminator, Pump Stopper, any purported class member or shareholder, or any persons or entities associated with them."

    "On that note, we wish to inform you that — and to be clear, we do not by any means suggest that the Rosen Law Firm has been or is engaged in any impropriety beyond filing a frivolous complaint — we anticipate providing this communication, as well as intelligence that we have uncovered showing a potential conspiracy to commit securities manipulation, to regulatory and enforcement officials at both the state and federal level."

    If Sullivan has the goods one or more of you chimps may get screwed, blued and mattued.
    Smiley face

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    Getting Caught Short

    by freddyaophelps Aug 16, 2016 8:49 PM
    freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 22, 2016 5:48 PM Flag

    Mako Research/The Pump Stopper et al. Have Bigger Worries-The SEC
    Mako Research Attacks Cellceutix-And Cellceutix Bites Back
    Mako Research Attacks Ocata-And Ocata Gets Bought Out
    The Pump Stopper Attacks MagneGas-And MagneGas Lawyers Up
    Mako Research Attacks MediciNova-Too Little Effect

    Also detailed are certain actions that have been taken by targeted companies in order to protect their reputations and business models when attacked by what appear to be dubious "short and distort" schemes. Cases include: Cellceutix (OTCQB:CTIX); MagneGas (NASDAQ:MNGA); Ocata Therapeutics (NASDAQ:OCAT); and MecidiciNova (NASDAQ:MNOV).

    That Mako has resurfaced, showing its fin above water, well, perhaps that wasn't the smart thing to do, given it has at least one Great White, in the form of ex-U.S. Attorney Michael Sullivan, on its tail, and perhaps another, in the form of the SEC's Mary Jo White… Who knows, and no matter how far offshore they may be lurking, but Mako and crew just might be on the SEC's (or other enforcement types) menu, making for some tasty sushi. At least that's what shareholders of companies like Cellceutix, MagneGas, Ocata and MediciNova hope: Mako getting served ("served" being the operative word) what many think it deserves, its "just" desserts the flavor of law-and-order.

    Ask Mattu about the "fitting room" in the Atlanta pen...
    Smiley face

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 22, 2016 4:23 PM Flag

    Sept. 20, 2016 SEC Issues $4 Million Whistleblower Award
    Aug. 30, 2016 $22 Million Whistleblower Award

    The SEC’s whistleblower program has awarded more than $111 million to 34 whistleblowers since its inception in 2011.
    “Our program continues to incentivize whistleblowers to come forward with solid information that helps us bring violators to justice before more wrongdoing can occur,” said Jane Norberg, Acting Chief of the SEC’s Office of the Whistleblower.

    You can get paid for what you know, _ho. All the smart chimps are doing it.
    Smiley face

  • MagneGas Identifies Anonymous Short Attack Blogger, Initiates Legal Action
    Company management believes this blogger is one of several individuals who acted in collusion with others to receive ill-gotten gains through short selling in combination with false and misleading "anonymous" publications. The forensic IT investigation revealed that one of the suspects has been previously fined and ordered to cease and desist operation of an unlicensed investment advisory firm and had his investment advisory license revoked. The Company believes it knows the full names, home addresses, work history, employment locations and other personal details of the individuals involved.

    "When a company finds itself under criminal scrutiny, it is expected to halt the suspect behavior, cooperate with investigators, launch its own inquiry... These are among the Justice Department's specific criteria for deciding whether to indict a corporate entity."

    "When they know we're looking at them, and you still have activity... it's extremely problematic," says Debra Wong Yang, U.S. attorney for the district that includes Los Angeles.

    Smiley face

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 22, 2016 1:50 PM Flag

    Manipulation
    Manipulation is intentional conduct designed to deceive investors by controlling or artificially affecting the market for a security. Manipulation can involve a number of techniques to affect the supply of, or demand for, a stock. They include: spreading false or misleading information about a company; improperly limiting the number of publicly-available shares; or rigging quotes, prices or trades to create a false or deceptive picture of the demand for a security. Those who engage in manipulation are subject to various civil and criminal sanctions.

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 22, 2016 1:00 PM Flag

    freddyaophelps • Jan 1, 2016 5:07 PM Remove
    Nervous times for a short and distort bash chimp, SEC releases are becoming more frequent and with ihub ties, Sullivan has the SEC looking into the mako/kirk connection, the indictments on those pot scams will be rolling out this spring, SEC increasing focus on the newsletter business... You thinking about retiring with immunity gypsy?

    'Naked' short sellers squeezed by Supreme Court
    May 16, 2016

    Rosen sanction meeting scheduled
    Jun 25, 2016

    SEC Charges 'King Of Pot' With Investment Fraud
    June 21, 2016

    “Stock Trading Whiz Kid” to Pay $1.5 Million to Settle Stock Newsletter Fraud Charges
    Sept. 13, 2016

    Marijuana-Related Company Charged with Scheming Investors
    Sept. 16, 2016

    Its been a good year tater....
    Smiley face

  • Reply to

    Emmerson

    by cheng_ho Sep 22, 2016 12:13 PM
    freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 22, 2016 12:34 PM Flag

    You caught me! You caught freddy "the tater salad" nero! Bwaaahahaha!
    You might be known as cheng "tossed salad" ho in the future...

    "MagneGas Corporation (NASDAQ: MNGA) announced on Friday it believes to have discovered the identity of an anonymous short seller that published an article on Seeking Alpha in December."

    "Please note that this letter should be considered as a formal request to preserve all paper and electronic documents and data relevant to this dispute, including, but not limited to those related to the filing of the complaint in the above-referenced matter, the due diligence you claimed to have conducted prior to filing the complaint, and any communications you may have had with any party related to this dispute, including, as discussed immediately below, Mako Research, Seeking Alpha, Pump Terminator, Pump Stopper, any purported class member or shareholder, or any persons or entities associated with them."

    "On that note, we wish to inform you that — and to be clear, we do not by any means suggest that the Rosen Law Firm has been or is engaged in any impropriety beyond filing a frivolous complaint — we anticipate providing this communication, as well as intelligence that we have uncovered showing a potential conspiracy to commit securities manipulation, to regulatory and enforcement officials at both the state and federal level."

    Don't forget what happened tu Matt...4 years of catching wore out his mitt.
    Smile face

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 22, 2016 12:29 PM Flag

    "Sullivan, a few weeks later, in a letter sent to The Rosen Law Firm on Cellceutix's behalf, further hinted it had uncovered information ("communication" and "intelligence") that showed "a potential conspiracy to commit securities manipulation," and that it would be provided "to regulatory and enforcement levels as both the state and federal level."

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    emmersonfranklin Member since: Jul 23, 2016

    by freddyaophelps Sep 20, 2016 11:56 AM
    freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 22, 2016 12:17 PM Flag

    Washington D.C., Sept. 20, 2016 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced an award of more than $4 million to a whistleblower whose original information alerted the agency to a fraud.
    The SEC’s whistleblower program has awarded more than $111 million to 34 whistleblowers since its inception in 2011.
    “Our program continues to incentivize whistleblowers to come forward with solid information that helps us bring violators to justice before more wrongdoing can occur,” said Jane Norberg, Acting Chief of the SEC’s Office of the Whistleblower.

    You nervous eoinmnm?
    Smiley face

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    emmersonfranklin Member since: Jul 23, 2016

    by freddyaophelps Sep 20, 2016 11:56 AM
    freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 22, 2016 11:45 AM Flag

    Re: board buffoon

    freddyaophelps • Jan 1, 2016 5:07 PM Remove
    Nervous times for a short and distort bash chimp, SEC releases are becoming more frequent and with ihub ties, Sullivan has the SEC looking into the mako/kirk connection, the indictments on those pot scams will be rolling out this spring, SEC increasing focus on the newsletter business... You thinking about retiring with immunity gypsy?

    'Naked' short sellers squeezed by Supreme Court
    May 16, 2016

    Rosen sanction meeting scheduled
    Jun 25, 2016

    SEC Charges 'King Of Pot' With Investment Fraud
    June 21, 2016

    “Stock Trading Whiz Kid” to Pay $1.5 Million to Settle Stock Newsletter Fraud Charges
    Sept. 13, 2016

    Marijuana-Related Company Charged with Scheming Investors
    Sept. 16, 2016


    Buffoon or visionary? You chimps getting nervous?
    Smiley face

  • That was the pattern of keep_investing also at a 3,000 to 5,000 a year posting pace. Keepee has disappeared and now we have a new posting _ho.
    cheng_ho 3318 posts One Year

    "There are some bad actors who pump stocks up and then dump them and this is every bit as egregious as naked shorting attacks. Interestingly, I believe that the hedge funds who short can be enthusiastic participants in these manipulation schemes as well."

    "There are a number of bloggers who participate in these attacks. Many of these bloggers appear to work together and coordinate their negative attacks. It is striking that many of these people have connections to one another."

    "Sullivan, a few weeks later, in a letter sent to The Rosen Law Firm on Cellceutix's behalf, further hinted it had uncovered information ("communication" and "intelligence") that showed "a potential conspiracy to commit securities manipulation," and that it would be provided "to regulatory and enforcement levels as both the state and federal level.""

    "These bloggers believe they are anonymous, but what they don't understand is that no matter how hard they try to hide their actions, they leave a long trail of cyber evidence that can easily be obtained when working with the right government law enforcement agencies and forensic investigators."

    You keep_working ho.
    Smiley face

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 20, 2016 6:25 PM Flag

    Mako Research Attacks Ocata-And Ocata Gets Bought Out

    The shark (short) attack by Mako on Ocata Therapeutics, a Marlborough-Massachusetts-based company specializing in stem cell therapies for macular degeneration, arrived in two parts.
    The first article was published on August 19, 2015, running under the headline: "Ocata Therapeutics: Insider Enrichment, Failed Science, Long History Of Fraud Ties, 77% Downside."
    Some of its claims:·
    "Ocata's RPE stem cell therapy trials are dubious at best and research indicates are highly likely to cause tumors."
    "The company has accomplished little or nothing in over a decade as a public company except huge dilution and shareholder losses."
    "Throughout its life, Ocata has pursued desperate financings to keep the company afloat as insiders get rich."
    The second article, posted online on September 23, 2015, is full of similar hyperbole and fear-mongering: "Ocata: Dilution Imminent, SEC Investigation Potentially Underway, Office Appears Empty, Price Target $0.00."
    Some of its claims:
    "Ocata continues its pattern of science by press release & destroying shareholder value […]"
    "Past Ocata Therapeutics insiders have been accused of serious securities violations and fraud."
    "A visit to Ocata's office revealed an apparently empty office during business hours. Many calls to the company went unanswered. Is anyone home?" (hmmm… where have we read this line of attack before, about empty offices and unanswered phone calls? Anyone?)
    Well despite Mako's best writerly efforts to tarnish the company via "diatribe," Ocata got the last laugh… as in, laughing all the way to the bank. The company was eventually bought by Astellas Pharmaceuticals for $379 million or $8.50 per share… or an outcome not exactly in line with what Mako, months earlier-a self-described "professional investor and overall good guy" who makes "inferences and deductions through due diligence and analytical processes"-had to say. That Ocata's science was "an unviable pipedream" as conveyed in the first sentence of the first article that Mako wrote: "I believe shares of Ocata are worth nothing and provide extensive detail throughout this report to support that claim."
    (click to enlarge)

    Source

    Hmmm… How's that again?

    Mako Research/The Pump Stopper et al. Have Bigger Worries-The SEC

    The SEC, of late, has turned its gaze to unfair and possibly illegal market manipulation by short sellers, particularly the naked variety. And this, the added attention, regardless whether you're Goldman Sachs doing it to Overstock (NASDAQ:OSTK), or an offshore cabal, as some claim, which likes to target emerging biotechnology stocks, like Cellceutix, or Ocata, due inherent volatility tied to news-driven events. Even a priest-turned-hedge fund guy can get tangled up in the net when it is cast wide. (The role of Dark Pools and High Frequency Trading, further muddling up the market, not to mention the "capture" of regulators, are topics for another day.)
    On November 10, 2015, SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White gave a 12-minute interview with Bloomberg News during which the topic was discussed at length. Her response to a question about the role of short sellers: "It's a complex sort of landscape, but it is an issue that has our intense attention. Short selling has a legitimate, positive purpose in the marketplace. That's very different, though, than if you manipulate by short selling."
    One wonders how the SEC might view Kerrisdale's Capital's literary takedown of Sage Therapeutics (NASDAQ:SAGE)?
    (click to enlarge)

    Source

    Lawyers for the NYSE Group, along with the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI), also are chiming in, arguing that there is an unfair asymmetry (a double standard) in how long and short positions get reported. That hedge funds, for example, should be forced to disclose short positions more regularly, more transparently, just like they have to for long positions on Form 13(f)s.
    This petition letter makes for interesting reading.
    (click to enlarge)

    Source

    Mako Research Attacks MediciNova-Too Little Effect

    In the face of such regulatory pressure, a "short squeeze" of a different kind, one might think that the "short and distort" types might be running scared.
    And yet Mako Research, after having gone silent for the better part of the last six months, is back at it.
    On March 3, 2016, Mako posted another hit piece, this time targeting MecidiciNova. Unleashing a familiar-sounding opening line: "I believe MediciNova is a disastrous investment based on its long history of failed science, self-enrichment by insiders, perplexing related party transactions, and significant risk of going to zero […]."
    Again, what you see it what you should expect with Mako's "research"-the same modus operandi-verbal smears, scary words. Though perhaps the shtick is starting to wear thin, word getting out about what a Mako attack really means… nothing of substance, nothing of merit. Upon the Mako piece hitting, MediciNova's stock dropped 28 percent but largely recovered later that day, closing off only 2 percent.
    Shark Stew-A Sign of Things to Come?

    That Mako has resurfaced, showing its fin above water, well, perhaps that wasn't the smart thing to do, given it has at least one Great White, in the form of ex-U.S. Attorney Michael Sullivan, on its tail, and perhaps another, in the form of the SEC's Mary Jo White… Who knows, and no matter how far offshore they may be lurking, but Mako and crew just might be on the SEC's (or other enforcement types) menu, making for some tasty sushi. At least that's what shareholders of companies like Cellceutix, MagneGas, Ocata and MediciNova hope: Mako getting served ("served" being the operative word) what many think it deserves, its "just" desserts the flavor of law-and-order.
    Chomp. Chomp.

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 20, 2016 6:19 PM Flag

    www.geron.com under "Events", for audio replay of conference call.
    In the 9.4 mg/kg dosing arm, even though at the week 12 data assessment an insufficient number of patients met the protocol defined interim criteria, this arm warrants further investigation because encouraging trends in the efficacy data were observed.

    Just the facts

  • Reply to

    Recidivism, that's one bonehead name, eh ho?

    by freddyaophelps Sep 20, 2016 1:56 PM
    freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 20, 2016 6:10 PM Flag

    Re-peat offender!
    Not a pretty name is it C.H.?

    "The forensic IT investigation revealed that one of the suspects has been previously fined and ordered to cease and desist operation of an unlicensed investment advisory firm and had his investment advisory license revoked. The Company believes it knows the full names, home addresses, work history, employment locations and other personal details of the individuals involve."

    Smiley face for chimps with mug shots.

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 20, 2016 3:04 PM Flag

    It sounds like Magnegas, CTIX and Sullivan know who you are tu... In regards to the share price, it will take care of itself just like OCAT did. You chimps were posting the same garbage there this time last year while I was loading up...

    eoinmnm • Aug 9, 2015 11:37 PM Flag
    ......in Ocata land mean, in some type of BM secret code language, that this P-0-S is going to $2 bucks or in REAL pre-split language 2 measly CENTS.
    The PPS is the defining factor of a stocks success. PERIOD !!

    freddyaophelps • Jul 30, 2015 9:23 AM
    The bashchimp is working 20 hour days so we can have this opportunity! Don't forget to tip him a $1 with a "thank you" post.

    freddyaophelps • Jul 16, 2015 10:35 AM
    Sorry you are without comprehension drizzleboy, just accept the fact you are simple minded and buy all you can at this level, you will thank me later.

    Smiley face, different chimp names, same chimps and script, looks like a replay...

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 20, 2016 2:38 PM Flag

    The forensic IT investigation revealed that one of the suspects has been previously fined and ordered to cease and desist operation of an unlicensed investment advisory firm and had his investment advisory license revoked. The Company believes it knows the full names, home addresses, work history, employment locations and other personal details of the individuals involved.

    Hi ho, hi ho, a lot about you they know.
    Smiley face

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