they are still romancing ignorant writers to get positive spins on their crimes. the reporter who claiming carnes is a victim, is showing herself as being available, to be bought. i imagine, if she had to write an article on cannibals, she would be showing us their human side.... sad, but in al truth, it shows that a major reverse in price, is coming, likely very soon.... and that would be above 3 or maybe even, 4 dollars.
The Globe and Mail reports in its Wednesday edition that short-sellers who publish critical research reports have come under fire lately for their role in driving down the share price of companies they report on. Guest columnist Caitlin Sainsbury writes that in 2013, the B.C. Securities Commission issued a notice of hearing alleging that Jon Richard Carnes, the man who ran the Alfred Little financial blog, perpetrated a fraud when he anonymously published a negative report about Silvercorp Metals that drove down its share price and Mr. Carnes profited from a short position he held in the shares. While the BCSC ultimately dismissed the allegations against Mr. Carnes, short-sellers are not immune to regulatory scrutiny when engaging in activity that is outside the bounds of securities laws. In an environment where regulators are constrained by resource restrictions and the primary source of information on a public company's financial health is the company's own public disclosure, short-sellers provide an important market check for investors. Muddy Waters Research in 2011 alleged that Sino-Forest falsified accounting records and misled investors. The allegations led to an Ontario Securities Commission hearing.