Is anyone planning to initiate a class action suit against Citron?
If so, please make sure that a link gets posted on the Questcor's Yahoo Headline page like all of the other law firms do when pursuing similar action. Citron needs to pay dearly for their misdeeds.
And please include me!
Has an article/video out this morning. I tried to comment, but my comment was apparently being censored.
We DO NOT have freedom of speech in this country anymore! Too many "special interests" at play.
Couple that with the fact that "Seeking Alpha" is headquartered in Israel. (Do you your due diligence on this.)
SA cannot be policed by the SEC.
SA is a company headquartered in Israel.
Look it up and do your due diligence. They are above U.S. law.
I am certain that you've heard numerous complaints from other investors citing the "hit" pieces recently authored at Seeking Alpha under the pseudonym "Quote The Raven".
Does the company plan to take legal action against Seeking Alpha or the author, who's true identity hides behind his pseudonym?
Investor confidence is at stake here. Prompt action is appreciated!
Everyone here should go to Questcor's investor relations page and use the form found there to send Patty a note.
Then either SA and/or Yahoo are both in collusion.
Removing comments is unconscionable and outright manipulation, as it removes any possibility of contending or disputing what the article states.
They should pre-announce the Q4 and Yearly results about 8:00 AM as is standard practice.
So, we'll know before the opening bell where this company and stock is headed.
Hopefully northward! :)
First, I'm VERY long in the stock. But I've been surprised before on earnings days and have paid the price.
Is anyone buying puts as insurance against what negativity might come out of the CC?
Again, I am NOT short on the stock. Just looking for ideas to reduce risk.
This is all good and well (thanks for sharing) but what does that mean for QCOR retail investors in the short-term? In the long-term? Thanks.