Why are you pumping what you have to realize is a scam? Talking up the company like its real, just to make a buck. Amazing that you have no conscience.
That would explain a lot of his posts. If he ever sobers up, hopefully he will see there is a remove tag. Hate to see anyone look so foolish all the time.
LiveDeal is just like any of hundreds of similar startup companies. Nothing unique, nothing special, and they have a lot of baggage that most strartups dont.
I think all an insider needs to do is file Form 144, and he then has 90 days to sell.
LIVE insiders may have already moved stock, we wont know until its reported, and theres a significant delay.
He writes for LIVE! Sounds like their verbiage. Never say anything that isnt general, or someone might pin you down to.
Let me speak clearly. This company is a scam and has been for years.A lot of people have gotten hurt previously, and a lot more are about to again. The only one that consistently benefits from the charade is LIVE management / owners.
Pretty much all of them have been around longer than LiveDeal. Some of them actually have a business plan, unlike Livedeal.
... are you trying to come across as an idiot?
Patrick J. Allin
Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Textura Corporation
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Andrew Left, executive editor of Citron Research, said in his movie-themed report: "'American Hustle' meets 'Wolf of Wall Street'" that Textura's "prospectus lied to the SEC about the two most important components of their business model - and they were actually busted for it."
As evidence Left cited language from the prospectus about "recurring revenue model with high visibility" and "high client retention." When Textura was asked by the Securities and Exchange Commission to provide specific quantitative evidence in this regard, the company instead told the SEC it was removing the language.
"In over 13 years of publishing and reading SEC comments we have never seen a company make two bold claims as above, but simply turn and run from them without even an attempted defense when challenged by SEC staff," the Citron report claimed.
Left said in an interview that he started looking into Textura after he learned that the company's CEO Patrick Allin omitted certain things from his biography in the prospectus.
"When a CEO is lying about his biography, that's a number 1 sign of fraud, and I say let's start looking at everything else," Left said.
In a statement, Textura strongly denied the allegations of fraud, collusion or deception in its securities filings. The company said the Citron report includes "a variety of inaccurate and misleading statements and gross distortions."
Textura said it "encourages investors to rely on Textura's filings with the SEC as providing accurate information regarding the company and its performance, and not to rely on reports which may have purposes other than giving investors accurate information and impartial analysis."
Textura did not return a call or an e-mail requesting further comment on Citron's report.
Textura completed its $86.25 million initial public offering in June 2013 and in September raised another $200.4 million in a follow-on offering. Credit Suisse and William Blair & Co. acted as joint book-running managers.
I would imagine a lot of brokerages dont have shares to short. This only means they arent available, for one of several reasons they cant borrow them. It doesnt mean that the short percetage has risen to 50 or 90 %.
Even if shorted shares somehow doubled in one month there would only be 160k or 14% shorted.