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bigfatty_guns 175 posts  |  Last Activity: 3 minutes 7 seconds ago Member since: Nov 7, 2003
  • bigfatty_guns bigfatty_guns 3 minutes 7 seconds ago Flag

    Can you hear me now? Bwahahaha!

  • Entire bloated fiber sector is collapsing. Ironically AFLOP had best fundamentals and made most sense to own. What a bull-trap. Suckered'm right in and slaughtered! Never will there be a better predictable short than this junk stock, period. You might not make the most money as getting shares to short can be difficult, but the %gains are always fantastic and darn near guaranteed. I've spelled it out play by play and here we are.

  • But I told you so. AFLOP leading the Fiber 2.0 bubble bursting disaster lower. Shorts, no need to cover. Where's this POS going to go, back to $14 where there were no buyers? How about we try $20 again?! Bwahahaha!

  • And they were pumping this junk as high as $47 trying to short squeeze the BFG. Bwahahaha!

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    BFG reiterates Sell/Avoid rating: Target $6

    by bigfatty_guns Sep 23, 2014 11:54 AM
    bigfatty_guns bigfatty_guns 8 hours ago Flag

    Take a look at the scoreboard. That's 24% more for me and more losses for you baggies. Now, what other questions do you have for me?

  • bigfatty_guns bigfatty_guns 8 hours ago Flag

    I thought $24 was the bottom, pumptards! Bwahahaha! $we ya at $10 where you'll admit (again) all you pumpers where dead wrong at $24 and again at $16. Bwahahaha! - BFG

  • Don't be a Finasucker bagholder. Remember, second person to sell will be the first loser! Bwahahaha!

  • I warned you fools! And here we are back down heading toward $8 my target all along. More bad news and lackluster comps coming. Meanwhile at lower prices insiders will dilute baggies to death. This stock has ZERO support and is the biggest DOG I've watched for over a decade: more of the same.

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    Single digits?

    by right2say 13 hours ago
    bigfatty_guns bigfatty_guns 9 hours ago Flag

    It did a buyback and already reissued more shares than it bought-back. You fools are being diluted to death! Go back to the IPO like I've told you suckers and you'll learn it's been diluted over 50% and now the stock is less than 60% of the IPO price. You ignorant fools want to ignore the facts, then enjoy all your losses! Your pain is my gain. Short $19 with puts too boot and laughing all the way to the bank! We do appreciate your business. -BFG

  • No one with an IQ above a stone is going near this junk. It might be a good little company but the stock is a total dog with fleas and ticks! Baggies are getting hammer as this story plays out EXACTLY like I said and warned. Sure it took another pump to dump more, but HERE WE ARE! Bwahahaha! Laughing my tail off today watching this and the Fiber Dotcom 2.0 rally to nowhere implode!

  • bigfatty_guns bigfatty_guns Sep 30, 2014 11:15 PM Flag


  • It's a short seller's paradise. I warned you longs you'd be bagholders once AFOP pumps and dumps into AFLOP.

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    by fnsrmsft Sep 22, 2014 2:45 PM
    bigfatty_guns bigfatty_guns Sep 26, 2014 5:50 PM Flag

    Troutwilleatcrow, how come you and all the other pumpers quit hyping AFOP and no longer post to the board? I'm shocked to see you bashing FNSR? Bwahahaha! Gee, I guess my logic, warnings and reality converged on AFLOP and you see now what I meant two years ago. Comps ain't so rosy, eh? Insiders dumping millions? Yes the day has come and the turkeys are coming down to be prepped for Thanksgiving.

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    by fnsrmsft Sep 26, 2014 1:35 PM
    bigfatty_guns bigfatty_guns Sep 26, 2014 5:42 PM Flag

    This one guy and all his multiple ids are hemorrhaging losses. Allarndproducts is another of his pumptourage ids...he doesn't bother posting to AFOP's board after that collapsed $12/sh on him twice now.

    The pumpers and their multiple ids make no sense pumping these declining stocks. I don't care if you short them or not, but their advice to buy them from $28 on down speaks for itself. Clearly they're into attempting to stultify those actually making money while ruining their little fraud attempting to hustle these bloated, over-valued fiber stocks so people lose more money. I've posted for well over a year where all this fiber junk was heading (just like I did with WPRT, AMSC, FSYS, etc.) and guess what? HERE WE ARE! But otherwise yeah I'm just the crazy uncle up in the attic...making a lot of money. Their money. Yes, it's their money in my pocket, so I understand their anger, disgruntled nature and disenfranchised stupidity. lol.

    If the stock was worth $24, it would not be $17 racing over a cliff. Ditto with AFOP and the rest of these declining dogs. Facts are facts. Anyway, at least one person gets what I've been saying. That's a success. I appreciate it. Hopefully I've helped others make or preserve capital; that's my goal here. So far, mission accomplished. When the pumpers are furious and lashing out at me personally, this is when I know I'm right over the target. My posts and record speak for themselves. Tally-ho!

  • Fraud St might be attempting a comeback rally but fiber and AFLOP especially are leading the comedown rally. No volume. No buyers. Seriously who was buying this ca-rap when insiders were dumping it big-time? Certainly there's no interest here at $12. It's a field day for us shorts...don't even need negative news now to drop over 10% in a week. While I feel it's a bit greedy holding shorts beyond here, what reason is there to cover? All the pumpers and momentum hucksters are gone, there's no longs around now. Honestly I thought last Q's results were stellar and never would guess it'd lose $10/share instantly let alone lead all the fibers lower. Hilarious to see FNSR holding $17 and pe of 17. That junk when I first started shorting it had a pe over 42. Still a 17 pe is AFOP's high pe, so either these converge or it's all going much lower. Frankly I'm not surprised AFLOP has collapsed twice now more than 20% post-earnings given the high short interest feeding the pump to dumps. There are no real supporters of this stock as evidenced in so many ways. Bottom line is this stock should have been well over $40 high and it couldn't hold above $20 for a week. That's bad juju and should have served as warning to inexperienced fools. The shills hyping this junk are all gone. Crown pumptard allarndproducts and all his multiple ids won't even visit the board anymore. lol

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    4.3% dividend yield

    by trainnstationn Sep 26, 2014 10:03 AM
    bigfatty_guns bigfatty_guns Sep 26, 2014 2:08 PM Flag

    Nothing like a $.12 quarterly divy when you're losing $.15 a day in cap losses. Not looking good for longs. No recommendation. I held this year's ago and it did nothing. Frankly long anything anymore is a losing proposition. As most folks don't short, I find it less crowded, far more rewarding when you can readily get shares to short. With this Fed-fuel bubble bursting you'd think metals would be probing new highs not new lows. Of course the miners always lead the metals in most cases. If this is so, it doesn't look good for PAAS, BVN, etc. And waiting for the next rally? I'm not going to even entertain that considering PAAS has.spent more time under $10 than above it. Right here at $11 it has sucker hole written it. Best of luck to both sides!

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    by fnsrmsft Sep 26, 2014 1:35 PM
    bigfatty_guns bigfatty_guns Sep 26, 2014 1:53 PM Flag

    I shouldn't need to scare anyone away from a bloated 40 pe stock that's fallen $7 on its way to $10. At $24 all you were pumping this junk. But you are right about the "ridiculous price." Below $10 will be closer to reasonable. Heck, AFOP has a pe of 10 and it's still losing 1% or more per day. It's down over $30 million market cap this week, down $180 million since last Q's earnings. Fundamentally, it beats the snot out of all the other fiber companies in the group, too. So the downside potential of FNSR relative to AFOP is huge. Otherwise, people would be buy I g it not selling/shorting it. Like I said, I guarantee 100% FNSR is going much lower. You can take that to the bank. - BFG

  • Fiber dotcom bubble 2.0 is imploding. I guess revenues and earnings (or lack thereof here) matter more that 40+ pe ratios and Fraud St pumping junk! Bwahahaha! Enjoy the discount to nowhere. See y'all at $10. - BFG

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    markets green and fiber continues collapsing

    by bigfatty_guns Sep 26, 2014 10:28 AM
    bigfatty_guns bigfatty_guns Sep 26, 2014 12:35 PM Flag

    Bwahahaha! Whatever makes you feel good superpower. Is this another allarndproducts id? lol You know how who's been shorting all this fiber junk for well over 2 years--warning suckers repeatedly--while setting up pumping fools like you to to be clobbered. Just keep pumping this trash $7 lower now; I'll sell you all you can't afford. Stulification won't stop shorts like me from adding to your losses. You're losing your shirt, knucklehead. So far, in fact, you're $7 wrong. Enjoy - BFG

  • And how dead wrong they are?! Bwahahaha! All the fraud pumpers gone. I told you I wasn't going away. Now, where are all the big mouthed pumping longs? Huh? Bwahahaha! Chang selling chocolate-covered turds and all the fools were lapping them up at $20. ROFLMAO! You've all been had by the fiber bubble to nowhere 2.0. It's just like Y2k all over again. Look for AFLOP to hit some really exciting lows, shorts. Longs are doomed. There is no support for this stock because no one cares about it, period. Frankly it's a short sellers' ideal stock. Sure the absolute dollar drop isn't so exciting (hard to borrow shares, too), but the quick grabs and over percentage drops make it worth it. Probably anything over $15 is worth shorting/adding to position now.

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