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  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 6, 2016 5:12 PM Flag

    by StockingFeat • Sep 27, 2003 12:37 PM, Beware: Cheng_Ho = MicroCapFun?
    This is possibly bashing at it's best. The basher of disinformation. The person that initially comes in with posts of techincal questions and citations. Notice many new posters we have not seen before are posting Qs to this new poster, conferring some sense of authority to him. Notice that "Mr. Ho" talks bio-tech, but expresses questions reservations about the science...Just keep your eyes open to this while reading his future posts, and those of his newbie admirers (as distinct from the excellent veterans of this board, that have responded to his science Qs).
    --------------------------------------------------
    By Larry Smith
    Excerpt
    "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."

    cheng_ho, you familiar with Larry Smith? Rancherho is...

    Mr. Smith. I admire your detailed writing, patience and calm composure in the headwinds of the FDA's Phase 3 roulette wheel, dilutive financings, and the proclivity of too many biotech managers to limit full disclosure while enjoying fat salaries, cheap options and shares and docile Boards appointed to be CEO fan clubs. I wish you all the best.

    May 13, 2013. 11:00 AM • Link
    SmithOnStocks Opines On Recent Biotech News - Smith On Stocks Less

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 6, 2016 4:54 PM Flag

    After orphan designation:
    Sponsors must submit an annual report to the Agency summarising the status of development of the medicine.

    It might be something more but judging from the black/cheng response I think it might be just the normal annual report... Definitely worth watching but today has not been a "normal" reaction to good news from the bashchimps.

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 6, 2016 4:24 PM Flag

    How many GERN posts today _ho? I'm guessing you're up tu 30 with your _ho alias on this board alone. Impressive for a person that posted less than 800 times in the previous 17 years...Excitable little fella aren't you.

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 6, 2016 4:13 PM Flag

    "Just keep your eyes open to this while reading his future posts, and those of his newbie admirers"

    "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."

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  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 6, 2016 11:34 AM Flag

    Rancherho' doesn't seem to be a fan of Mr. Smith ... You can find the following under his Seeking Alpha comments.

    Mr. Smith. I admire your detailed writing, patience and calm composure in the headwinds of the FDA's Phase 3 roulette wheel, dilutive financings, and the proclivity of too many biotech managers to limit full disclosure while enjoying fat salaries, cheap options and shares and docile Boards appointed to be CEO fan clubs. I wish you all the best.

    May 13, 2013. 11:00 AM • Link
    SmithOnStocks Opines On Recent Biotech News - Smith On Stocks

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 6, 2016 11:11 AM Flag

    _ho, StockingFeat thought in 2003 you are or were a replacement for MicroCapFun, MicroCapFun was an ihub moderator/basher that was heavily quoted by Rancherho across the internet, Rancherho worked hard on the well known DNDN naked short attatck and can still be found frequently commenting/bashing on Seeking Alpha...do you spend a lot of time on SA tu?
    Google the names and DNDN or Seeking Alpha...probably just coincidences.

    POSTED by LARRY SMITH on JUN 16, 2015 •
    Excerpt:
    In order to give more insight into what a naked shorting attack might look like, I have put the predictable elements of a typical attack based on my experience in living through a number of them on separate companies.

    Shorts like to target emerging biotechnology stocks that are engaged in high risk drug development and are not widely covered by quality research analysts.
    The initial and subsequent attacks are almost always triggered by some news event. Obviously, the shorts seek out negative news or an event that creates uncertainty. However, sometimes an attack can be based on a positive news event which the shorts spin to make it appear negative.
    Using the ready platform afforded by the internet and social media, a blogger associated with the shorts goes to work with a negative interpretation of an event. These are usually not sophisticated analyses and are usually limited to one or two pages of text which is invariably one-sided and unbalanced. These are meant to provide “intellectual” reasons and cover for the short attack.
    The most prominent of these bloggers usually have no backgrounds in biotechnology analysis or expertise in the science. I believe that in many cases, hedge fund employees actually write the articles which are cut and pasted into the comments of these bloggers.
    The heart of the naked shorting scheme involves a group of hedge fund traders conspiring to steadily knock out offers for the stock and to trigger stop loss orders (This is explained later in this report). This is called walking the stock down. The power of these conspiracies is striking and in many cases allows the shorts can largely determine the price that they want the stock to trade at.
    The stock weakness gives legitimacy to the contrived negative blogs. The idea is to create fear and uncertainty among investors by making all news events appear to be negatives and to fabricate new issues that the shorts hope will demoralize investors.
    The first time I came up against this, my thought was that the blogger was someone who was just more cynical about the chances for success and had an opposite point of view from mine. This is understandable and common in research analysis. I wrote a respectful rebuttal to their argument.
    I thought that after their rebuttal to my rebuttal, this would end the discussion. We had expressed our opposite points of view, would respectively disagree and move on. This had mainly been my experience in my Wall Street days as an analyst when I disagreed with another analyst. I was wrong.
    The situation quickly escalated. In the rebuttal, the blogger accused me of being stupid, deceitful and being paid by the Company to write positive comments.
    In this case, over 20 articles were then written in a period of a year. Usually, they were timed to a press release and regardless of the news and without exception each was interpreted as a major negative. A major strategy was to argue that management was lying to investors and manipulating the stock.
    The stock would go down on good news, bad news and uncertain news. One of the pillars of stock manipulation is to make good news appear to be bad.
    The blogger was indifferent to truth and actually would make up information that was factually incorrect. When made aware that the information was wrong, he/she would ignore it and even repeat it in later blogs.
    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. Many of them were trained at a well-known blogging site that was founded by hedge fund people.
    Sophisticated use is made of the Internet and social media. Twitter is used to signal that an attack has begun.
    Shorts are well connected to mainstream media and are adept at getting them to unwittingly participate in the scheme.
    Vicious attacks are launched on writers who might have an opposite but hopefully more well-reasoned and balanced view. The usual line is that they are being paid by management to write positive articles.
    Seeking Alpha has become very friendly to articles supporting short selling and is used extensively by the hedge funds. The site actually promotes as one of its favorite authors a person who writes only negative attack article on companies in which he claims that managements are lying and paying authors who have a positive view on the Company. In his disclosure, he states that he shorts stocks, then publishes a negative article on Seeking Alpha and states that he may cover immediately after the article is published. This seems to meet the definition of a pump and dump scheme. He also acknowledges that he is collaborating with other short sellers. I think they contribute the information for most of his articles
    Seeking Alpha allows articles to be published by anonymous authors. These articles are often extremely bearish and are almost certainly written by people at hedge funds.
    Hedge fund create pseudonyms and publish on a daily basis negative comments on message boards like Yahoo and Ihub.

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 6, 2016 9:20 AM Flag

    The silence is deafening...

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 5, 2016 11:22 PM Flag

    When the facts talk... get anonymous thumbs down and eventual bs logorrhea. Winston hates facts...
    Smiley Face

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 5, 2016 6:10 PM Flag

    What are you trying tu hide Winston?

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 5, 2016 5:25 PM Flag

    Are you familiar with "Rancherho"? He was a big fan of MicroCapFun and can be currently found frequently commenting on Seeking Alpha...Probably just a few more of those crazy coincidences so frequently found on these message boards... Google it, the facts are easy "tu" find.

    I know, I know
    About the postchimp _ho

  • This is possibly bashing at it's best. The basher of disinformation. The person that initially comes in with posts of techincal questions and citations. Notice many new posters we have not seen before are posting Qs to this new poster, conferring some sense of authority to him. Notice that "Mr. Ho" talks bio-tech, but expresses questions reservations about the science.

    There is nothing wrong with healthy give and take. But I think we have a new (or old) MicroCapFun on our hands, a paid basher of the most subtle type. Just keep your eyes open to this while reading his future posts, and those of his newbie admirers (as distinct from the excellent veterans of this board, that have responded to his science Qs).
    ---------------------------

    Profile for microcapfun - InvestorsHub
    ADVFN › investorshub › boards › profile
    Posts by microcapfun, Board, Date/Time. SGMO

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    What a surprise _ho is or took the place of an iHub mod...The coincidences never cease "tu" amaze.

    Hi _ho, Hi _ho
    Under lots of aliases you go

  • freddyaophelps • Jan 15, 2015 6:36 PM
    Hello winston/beareclawe
    winston
    264 posts | Last Activity: 10 minutes ago
    Member since: Jul 6, 2009
    winston? bwaaaaahahahahaha

    freddyaophelps • Jan 15, 2015 6:46 PM
    beareclawe
    265 posts | Last Activity: 5 minutes ago
    Tough day bashing Winston?
    : )

    freddyaophelps • Jan 15, 2015 8:27 PM
    winston just delete some posts in the 3 month period to change the totals, it will be our secret.
    LMAO
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    beareclawe • Jan 15, 2015 10:08 PM
    Re: winston just delete some posts in the 3 month period to change the totals, it will be our secret. LMAO

    Would this evidence hold up in court ?
    : ) This is beareclawe .......... wishing YOU good mental health !

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    Pixels are mightier than the sword, wouldn't you agree Winston?
    Smiley face

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 5, 2016 12:00 PM Flag

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    Beware: Cheng_Ho = MicroCapFun?
    by StockingFeat • Sep 27, 2003 12:37 PM
    This is possibly bashing at it's best. The basher of disinformation. The person that initially comes in with posts of techincal questions and citations. Notice many new posters we have not seen before are posting Qs to this new poster, conferring some sense of authority to him. Notice that "Mr. Ho" talks bio-tech, but expresses questions reservations about the science.

    There is nothing wrong with healthy give and take. But I think we have a new (or old) MicroCapFun on our hands, a paid basher of the most subtle type. Just keep your eyes open to this while reading his future posts, and those of his newbie admirers (as distinct from the excellent veterans of this board, that have responded to his science Qs).

    Sincerely,
    'Feat
    ------------------------------

    Hi _ho, hi_ho
    Post chimping is all you know

    Smiley face for Winston

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 4, 2016 10:53 PM Flag

    Hi _ho, hi _ho, you're a paid postingchimp I know.
    LMAO!

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  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Sep 2, 2016 3:09 PM Flag

    Any bets on Pump Stoppers address having a "desirable M1 postcode"?

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Aug 31, 2016 9:07 PM Flag

    I think a lot of CEO's are watching how this plays out. Remember not only Mako Research was named by Sullivan, he also singled out Pump Stopper and Pump Terminator, do some research on the number of short and distort jobs those 3 (same hedge fund cartel?) have performed. Magnegas says they have names, addresses and work histories (yes, plural) for Pump Stopper. I expect major news in the upcoming months. This could get interesting...

  • freddyaophelps freddyaophelps Aug 31, 2016 8:38 PM Flag

    Brief Case History......Page 8
    On August 6, 2015, at 10:30 AM, an anonymous short seller using the pseudonym “Mako Research” posted a scathing article about Defendants, a clinical stage biotechnology company, on the website Seeking Alpha. Dkt. 39-1 (“Cellceutix: Empty Office, Unviable ‘Science’, Misleading Disclosures, 96% Downside”). Multiple “articles” posted by Mako Research on the same website make the same false claims that that the target company’s office is empty, its sciences or products are “failed” or “unviable,” and the company is associated with questionable individuals. Dkt. 51-1 (Rule 11 Letter to the Rosen Law Firm), at 2-3 (attached as Ex. 2).
    Two hours later, on August 6, 2015, at 12:41 PM, reminiscent of a “race to the courthouse,” the Rosen Law Firm released an “Equity Alert” announcing that it was “preparing a class action lawsuit to recover losses suffered by Cellceutix investors” as a result of the Company’s materially false and misleading statements. Dkt 39-18 (Equity Alert). The Equity Alert encouraged purchasers who bought stock before that date to contact the law firm. Case 1:15-cv-07194-KPF Document 61 Filed 08/15/16 Page 12 of 30
    - 9 -
    Cellceutix’s stock price – which opened at $2.47 – lost approximately 30% of its value, closing at $1.71.
    Sometime that same day, on August 6, 2015, and then on the following day, August 7, 2015, two individuals (the original plaintiff, and future Lead Plaintiff, Gary Zagami, a former Rosen Law Firm client) answered the law firm’s call. Dkt. 1-1 (PSLRA Cert. for Compl.); Dkt. 10-1 (PSLRA Cert. for Am. Compl.); 12/18/2015 Tr. 3:1-3 (THE COURT: “Is he [Mr. Zagami] just unlucky, sir, that he has bought securities that have required him twice to be involved in class action litigation?”) (Initial Pre-Trial Conference and PSLRA Hearing). In the required PSLRA certification, made under the pains of perjury, the two putative class action plaintiffs – implausibly in Defendants’ view – swore that they had reviewed and authorized the filing of the complaint. A counsel with the Rosen Law Firm now concedes that he “believe[s] there was an initial draft.” 7/15/2016 Tr. 7:17 (Sanctions Conference); see also 7/15/2016 Tr. 8:20-21 (THE COURT: “I’m not sure what kind of due diligence you can do in several hours.”). Seeking to explain the same questionable circumstances, a different counsel claims that they “didn’t file the complaint right away” and “wanted to check it out.” 12/18/2015 Tr. 7:16-17.
    On September 11, 2015, the Rosen Law Firm filed the initial complaint. Dkt. 1 (the “original complaint”). Roughly two weeks later, on September 24, 2015, it filed the same complaint substituting in the former client. Dkt. 10 (the “amended complaint”). Substantively, both the original complaint and amended complaint did nothing more than to repeat the assertions in the anonymous on-line posting without any additional or corroborating support, a practice the PSLRA intended to deter and sanction. Even under these circumstances, the Rosen Law Firm was reluctant to agree to an in camera submission to show the claimed “substantial due diligence done in the ensuing month.” 7/15/2016 Tr. 8:15-16. Case 1:15-cv-07194-KPF Document 61 Filed 08/15/16 Page 13 of 30
    - 10 -
    Shortly after being contacted by the Rosen Law Firm, counsel for Defendants, on or about October 23, 2015, sent a 14-page communication explaining why it was unreasonable for the Rosen Law Firm to rely upon the on-line posting as a basis for filing a federal class action, see Ex. 2, at 6-8, and that a reasonable inquiry would have shown that the complaint as whole was legally and factually deficient and should be dismissed, id. at 9-12, 14. Instead of withdrawing the amended complaint, the Rosen Law Firm opted to continue to pursue Defendants with its class action lawsuit. At a December 18, 2015, hearing, this Court appointed Mr. Zagami as Lead Plaintiff, and the Rosen Law Firm, who filed the only motion for appointment, see Dkt. 14 (Mtn. for Appt.), as Lead Counsel. After hearing argument, the Court granted leave to amend and to file a third complaint in this matter. See Dkt. 24 (12/18/15 Order).
    On January 11, 2016, the Rosen Law Firm filed the Second Amended Complaint (“SAC”). This pleading cobbled together a myriad of misrepresentation claims, primarily based on scientific opinions and information regarding the operation of Defendants’ drugs. These claims were not legitimate claims; in fact they lacked any merit whatsoever, in many cases were both factually and legally deficient, and appear to have been brought to survive a motion to dismiss and to attempt to avoid sanctions. Defendants moved to dismiss and, in most cases, supplied the Court with at least five independent reasons why each claim could be dismissed. Dkt. 37 (Defs.’ Br. in Support of Motion to Dismiss), at 3-5 (Chart).
    On June 8, 2016, this Court dismissed the SAC with prejudice, and denied leave to file another complaint because “any further repleading would be futile.” Dkt. 49 (Opinion (“Op.”)), at 39. The Court found that all of the claims were refuted by publicly-available documents represented to have been reviewed before filing, or by a fair reading of the documents forming the basis of the claim, or by well-established precedent. See infra at pp. 20-22 (chart).

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