1. It is not necessary to copy-paste your own or anyone else's posts. All you have to do to move a post you like to the top of this board is reply to it with the word "Bump" or "To the top." Anyone who opens that thread will see your post and not have to read it ten times.
2. If you replied to someone and you like your reply so much you want it to be at the top of the board, start a New Topic, boil the contents of your reply down to 10 words or less, use that summary as the title, and copy-paste your reply into the post. To move this new post to the top of the board at any time, see item 1, above.
3. You know everything I told you in items 1 and 2. You also know there is no need to copy-paste a post multiple times because you know how "Bump" works and what it does.
Don't be a jerk. If you continue copy-pasting your posts as replies to replies to replies, I am going to put you on ignore and never see your posts at all. No one else copy-pastes their posts again and again under their post besides you. It serves no purpose and wastes people's time. You might think what you are doing is clever, but I assure you it is rude and annoying. If you are so concerned that someone missed a post of yours, you can bump it to the top like everybody else does with theirs.
PLEASE post your posts ONCE.
Copy-pasting the same post over and over makes reading this board extremely difficult.
What do you think flooding this board with multiple copy-pastes of the same post under the same post under the same post accomplishes?
Google this: "Hamilton’s Report on the Subject of Manufactures, 1791"
I would post the link for you, but so many psychotic trolls frequent Yahoo! mb's that sharing links here is extremely problematic.
Laddy: Subsidies are how you cultivate a sector you want to grow. Subsidies, whether tax incentives or tariffs, are how the USA -- and every other major economy -- industrialized.
At the last minute, after the stock has been roundly clobbered, the FTC will be extended. Plug will not go out of business. The stock will not go to zero. But Congress will not make this easy, you can take that to the bank. My only question is where the stock is going to bottom so I can back up the truck.
Also, I don't think that profitability matters that much to Plug's management team. They and their employees are being paid, in some cases very well; and their technology, reach, and market share are constantly improving. Investors don't like that the company is not posting a profit, but whether Plug is profitable or not is not that important if goal number one is growing the company. Take Amazon for example: a huge enterprise plowing all of its revenue back into the business year after year. Eventually Plug will have to post a profit to satisfy funds and others' metrics, but when it does, all that will change is pps.
Always do the opposite of what they say. Telegraphing buy when we were sitting on the upper Bollie was pretty bad advice. Don't get shaken out. Someone with way more money than you have wants your shares.
Yeah. Every board has them, I guess. Goes with the markets being a zero-sum game. But actually going through all of my posts and thumbing each one down 10 times is almost scary it is so crazy.
I was trading UNXL for a few days this week and left a couple of comments on the UNXL message board. Some madman who apparently bought UNXL for $47 and never sold it -- before its recent breakout, UNXL had been languishing under a dollar for many months -- seems to have parked himself on that board and lost his mind completely. In any case, someone over there went through all the messages I have ever posted and meticulously thumbed down every one with all 10 of his aliases. This is better than going on a shooting spree, but it is crazy nonetheless.
Chance of a raise is why I sold. UNXL could still go much higher, but I personally am happy to book a respectable profit and possibly buy back again sometime on a pullback.
Only 3.1 million shares were short on March 31. Around 8 million shares have been traded in the last 3 trading sessions. Shorts wanting to cover have already had the opportunity to do so twice over.