Please check your short position around the 15th as Bailey usually sells around that time and he doesn't like to sell way down here. News may getcha..just sayin!
Hope your talkin about the guy we know who was friends with Left and former wife. If so I would say the source is pretty good.............Beegz.
He did cover ooga..and went long on Friday...saw it on twitter....Beegz
New Abstract regarding Acthar in Attention Deficit Published February 24, 2014. Too long to post here but Google
FMM I don't mind your soft bashing but if your gonna do it get your terms right. Resistance refers to upward movement and Support refers to downward movement. At least that is the way my mamma explained it to me.....Beegz
Have you ever contacted a Gov't Agency and received an adequate response to ANY question you ask. Not me. The only way to know is to ask the company and right now they ain't talkin...good luck....Beegz.
John this is part of the case that is on their website:
SEC Sues Short-Seller for Spreading False Rumors
April 25, 2008
In one of the first actions of its kind, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) yesterday brought suit against Paul S. Berliner, a former trader at Schottenfeld Group, LLC, for spreading false rumors about Alliance Data Systems Corporation (ADS) while short-selling ADS's stock. The SEC alleges that Berliner manipulated the price of ADS's stock by disseminating false information about merger negotiations between ADS and The Blackstone Group, and that Berliner sold ADS's stock short in order to profit from the false information. The SEC filed a complaint in federal court in New York charging Berliner with violations of Section 17(a) of the Securities Act of 1933 and Sections 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, which prohibit fraud in the offer or sale of securities, and Section 9(a)(4) of the 1934 Act, which prohibits securities manipulation. The SEC also seeks a court order enjoining Berliner from violating those provisions of the securities laws and requiring him to disgorge all trading profits and to pay appropriate civil penalties.
The SEC's decision to pursue Berliner, a trader who sought to profit by manipulating the price of a stock he was shorting, is nearly unprecedented and may signal an increased focus by the SEC on preventing market manipulation of all types and on exercising increased oversight over short-sellers
John. I recently sent a link to Good72day regarding a Law irm in NYC who sucessfully handled a case similar to this one. The name of the firm is Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. Their website is WSGRDOTcom.....Beegz
I ask him for a screen shot of that email and he did not respond...take it for what it's worth...Beegz
A person I spoke with today said he contacted Patty and she told him that the Company was working on something to put out. Whether this is true or not I don't know. I just know what he told me...stay tuned....Beegz