Not a bad idea. Maybe even create an auto-ignore program based on it. Thanks, drbredack, you do have some good ideas. Actually it was your post about the whitelist that triggered the recollection that I had developed the software that essentially did this back in January, 2013. It was amazing that it still works!
No, I do want the stock to go up. I'm just explaining the stock action. Here's what is likely to happen: a R/S followed by a private placement. The hedge funds that participate in the private placement will get a discount of 30% but before that is announced there will be some fluff piece to generate some interest in the stock, and these sites, like the one I mentioned, either willingly or unwittingly, serve as pawns to do the hedge funds bidding buy creating volume (after the R/S on thin float) into which they can short, then once the deal is announced, and the stock plummets, they cover with their newly minted shares.
So what I was trying to point out is perhaps the first shoots appearing of such a run that will be used by the hedge fund to carry out their ploy. If the stock does skyrocket on fluff news after the R/S, I would use that opportunity to get out before the end of the day, or short if you can. JMHO.
actually, drbredack, I have software to that ranks posts such as yours. That's why you're on the blacklist.
I can't type the e-mail address in because yahoo will filter it out, but it follows the usual format of a yahoo e-mail address. Use my ID.
no drbredack, you are on the exclusion list (the blacklist), not the distribution list (the whitelist). But I do appreciate the advice you have given me, which I'm using to my advantage.
I agree with you wholeheartedly. The 3 Year Plan is not likely to bring significant value to shareholders based on the model I've developed using the most optimistic of assumptions. In 3 years, according to the model, current shareholders will own only 34% of the company.
Because they are true believers. They actually do think they have the greatest thing since sliced bread. Now if they could just convince others...