Using a simple computer program, one can interface directly with the YMB and create new aliases on the fly.
Through the same program the user can also "select" an existing alias of choice, and simply type in their one line (or more) bash. The message is then posted to the YMB via the computer program. The user can change their lexicon as needed to make it appear that we have different people/personalities posting. Simple. That's why the "bash attacks" appear to be "so organized." They are! All that's needed is a relatively simple computer program and ONE person! Believe it!
It would only take a junior web programmer to put this together in a few days or weeks. If a Hedge Fund paid such a programmer $20K to do this, but profited $2M, well, you do the math.
You have no idea what my basis is and I suppose you aren't smart enough to understand what an improper generalization is.
I suppose you're just another basher who wishes that all cancer patients die or have to go through debilitating chemo treatments.
Be careful what you wish for.
This is my SOP response to them:
1. Thumbs down.
2. Reported as abuse.
3. Placed on permanent ignore.
How does that make you feel, bottom feeder?
EVERYONE should use this procedure. It exacts maximum damage to the basher poster.
I'm curious about is the "organization" behind these attacks. Is it centralized through "The Street" and Jim Cramer? Or is it a consortium of hedge funds working together?
I just don't see these "events" as a product of random organization.
It's far easier for bashers to use ad hominem personal attacks than to cite facts, as they have none.
This is a very good article which will help serve to educate the masses on the potential of ONCS!
The conference call on 8/11 will have little to do with earnings and EVERYTHING to do with future GUIDANCE.
For an early stage biotech like INO earnings take a back seat to the plans that the company has.
I am really looking forward to better understand what catalysts are in store for the rest of the year!
Technically, this is true. Whether it actually goes that low remains to be seen.
ANY positive news at all will prevent us from reaching those levels, and hopefully be the start of a long ride upwards.
1. Thumbs down.
2. Reported abuse.
How does that make you feel?
The "bottom" will be between 0.35 and 0.40.
ANY good news at all, and we'll be back above 0.50 in a flash. A partnership will drive us towards $1.