Check out the NASDAQ info for short interest on QTWW:
Apr. 13, 2006
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DAYS TO COVER
Like I said the other day, I set up a QTWW board at Google Finance. No visitors yet, but I'm happy to join all adults and serious investors over there for some talk about this stock and this company. Just go to finance.google.com and search for QTWW, the board link is at the bottom of the page.
Come on over. Let's leave these idiots to muck about in their own crap. Puh-LEEZE!!!!!!!!!
Greetings. I just set up a QTWW discussion board at the new Google finance. If there are any other refugees from this...this...jesus, I don't know WHAT to call this board...please meet me over there and let's talk about this company and this stock.
It may take a bit before the board is up and running, but it's in process.
Frustration? Look, I've got some money invested in this company AND I have a philosophical interest in its business. I come to these boards hoping to find some serious conversation about the company, its prospects, etc. I have a pretty diversified portfolio and I participate in the Yahoo boards on all of them. For reasons I can't quite yet understand, the QTWW board seems to be like the weird relative played by Randy Quaid in "National Lampoon's Vacation." You just want to wince whenever he comes on screen. Frustration? Hmmm. Maybe....
Get a dictionary, open it to the "F" section (it's the section that comes after "E"), then look up the word "facetious."
The management of the company has read the posts on this board and, stunned at the motley crew of morons, inbreds,
I hold this stock, I think it's a good company with a good future. But, man, am I embarrassed to be in the same company with sooooo many of you....
I just saw on one of today's news items that GM owns 7% of QTWW. I didn't know this, as GM is not listed among institutional owners. Would GM not be considered an "institutional owner" for some reason? (I'm not sure if the GM stake is good or bad, but it's interesting....)
I know that ADM and Cargill are working on bioplastics. I'm interested in what's happening out there in below-the-radar R&D, small-cap land; companies that will turn into the DESCs or ESLRs or post-petroleum plastics (or whatever comes after plastic). I'm not interested in investing in companies like ADM and Cargill for philosphical reasons. (Believe me, it's a bitch to try and invest that way. I was making a great return on both TMY and TGB until I realized I didn't feel good investing in oil exploration and mining interests. Don't want to get flamed, here, to each his own....)