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cde_biscuit 73 posts  |  Last Activity: 7 hours ago Member since: Sep 9, 2003
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    Why the jump today of all days?

    by panlurker002 Mar 5, 2015 9:41 PM
    cde_biscuit cde_biscuit 7 hours ago Flag

    Wow another flat chart today and most of yeaterday. Just remember the short manipulators will not "buy" (cover shorts) all at once, instead they will spread it out. Why, because they collude and because they can. They will not admit their guilt all at once, because deny and delay is a better option for liars and cheaters (thanks Mr. Clinton for that wise advice!). This is getting interesting. If you are inclined to be long for good reason don't let these flat spots bore you and manipulate you out of a position.

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    Why the jump today of all days?

    by panlurker002 Mar 5, 2015 9:41 PM
    cde_biscuit cde_biscuit 16 hours ago Flag

    The flatness in the OLED chart March 3 and 4 is something you sometimes see before a buyout. From memory, I believe it is similar to the chart before Pfizer bought out Hospira. Why does chart go flat, I dunno, maybe stock manipulators can get longs to think the stock is boring and get longs to sell before the price runs up. I think this time its not a company buyout but its the shorts who have to buy themselves out of their positions ... Maybe Fidelity is calling back their shorts and the shorts know this. This could be the "buyout" in the works. 25% to 30% of OLED is short so why hope for an Apple buyout when you can get the effect of a buyout and still keep control of the stock.

  • cde_biscuit cde_biscuit Mar 2, 2015 10:06 AM Flag

    Manipulative shorts got OLED down 10.01% for one second on Friday lol.

    Theory: OLED is a highly manipulated stock, perhaps the most manipulated stock on the planet.
    Hypothesis: If OLED is a highly manipulated stock then I should be able to make predictions based on past manipulation. It is likely that past manipulation will be similar to future manipulation because it is difficult to change the rules of manipulation on the fly without getting caught. So based on past manipulation it is reasonable to predict OLED will be down 10% on a headline "miss" even if the miss is small or is actually a beat.
    Observation. OLED was down 10.01% for one second on Friday a few hours after I made my prediction. It was more of a grind than usual but the manipulative shorts made it and lived up to their rulebook. Congratulations manipulative shorts!
    Conclusion. Hypothesis confirmed, OLED is a manipulated stock. There is little chance such a prediction could be made by chance if OLED wasn't manipulated. Recommend continuing to declare OLED a manipulated stock on a regular basis, also recommend making other new and diverse predictions to confirm coninued stock manipulation.

  • cde_biscuit cde_biscuit Feb 27, 2015 9:45 AM Flag

    Rule 4: Make the enemy live up to its own set of rules. If the rule is that the stock must go down 10% immediately on any bad news, mock them when they can't meet their own rule.

  • cde_biscuit cde_biscuit Feb 27, 2015 9:18 AM Flag

    "Battleground stock" means trading longs are blown out by immediate -10% move on any bad news. Its a standard technique of manipulators. OLED really needs to be down -10% to retain coveted "battleground stock" ranking. They can't let longs hang around or the manipulation is over.

  • If manipulating shorts can't get OLED down 10%+ today, they lose. People will take that to mean the short manipulation is weak and breaking down.

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    Hedgies struggle

    by zinneke1 Feb 24, 2015 10:18 AM
    cde_biscuit cde_biscuit Feb 24, 2015 11:13 AM Flag

    Yep hedgies hosing the price down early every day, trying to create an artificial reality that 35 is a fair price for OLED and there is a tug of war between longs and shorts in this area. Just like manipulators created an artificial reality that the 2017 patent cliff was real and Jeds 17 price target was spot on.... that's why OLEDs chart was trending towards 17 last year. Even if you thought that was ridiculous, that was the reality the manipulators created and made longs swallow. No matter what happens to date, the manipulators seem capable of painting the chart to create any reality they want in the short and medium term, at least until it becomes clear how much money OLED will bank by 2022. That is all the shorts and Jed really care about now, the 2022 patent cliff and Jed projecting 0 earnings afterward.

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    At 36.10 in AH

    by jackgotney Feb 20, 2015 4:51 PM
    cde_biscuit cde_biscuit Feb 20, 2015 5:13 PM Flag

    No, the OLED stock manipulators send a signal to other OLED stock manipulators with a 5+% or higher move before or after hours. Not a half percent move. It has to be big enough to get other manipulaors attention and sometimes someone will make a message board post to drive the point home. Go back and look at the day or two before the LG announcement and you will see message posts about a big after market move that preceded the LG announcement.

  • cde_biscuit cde_biscuit Feb 20, 2015 9:59 AM Flag

    True, but heavy would also imply using lighter oled display. Even if Apple didnt use the headset it for virtual reality, such a device would still be neat for infra red display. The price tag on ir displays for smartphones is coming way down, just a couple hundred bucks now, I'm thinking of trying one soon.

  • A couple days ago Apple got a parent for a virtual reality headset that has a gap in the side where you slide in an Iphone in front of your eyes, so the Iphone sits horizontally an inch or two away from your eyes. Doesnt this short distance to screen imply no LCD Retina screen and most likely a higher resolution OLED display screen? My understanding of a Retina display definition is what the eye can perceive without pixelation at 1 foot distance, but when you put the same display an inch from your eye then you could see the pixelation. At some point it seems OLED becomes a requirement for the Apple ecosystem not just something nice to have.

  • cde_biscuit cde_biscuit Feb 13, 2015 10:54 AM Flag

    I have to agree with other posters that todays manipulators reman focused on the in the money calls, what they will do is keep OLED steady red over lunchtime to lure the in the money call gamblers to sell for weekend gambling money, it has to stay red for a few hours to get the attention of all potential sellers because they can't make a phone call to each call owner that the stock is down on the day but if they could they would, this is how manipulation works, anyways then they undo the manipulation last hour or so of trading OLED finishes mostly unchanged.

  • or in other words the new short thesis is basically "every man for himself".

  • Manipulators have no chance stealing my OLED adventure shares, because true adventures like OLED have become rather rare in this world. Why trade my OLED adventure shares for mere digital dollars, conjured from thin air by an OLED manipulator, there are quadrillions of conjured-up boring digital dollars, everyone has them, but relatively few own OLED adventure shares.

  • The manipulators have tipped their hand, they are gonna use as much as the post Samsung contract streetsweeper propaganda that they can ( it wont be much) to freeze the retail buyers. Its really sad how far America has fallen in the manipulator sector, the manipulators used to be quite a force in this stock they provided much comedic diversion and had all sorts of media outlets at their disposal now they can't do anything right, probably because most manipulations are done my machines now.

  • The OLED manipulators want your shares, they've deemed you earned enough profit here so give them your shares.

  • Reply to

    Sociopath smirk

    by cde_biscuit Feb 9, 2015 8:45 AM
    cde_biscuit cde_biscuit Feb 9, 2015 8:50 AM Flag

    To be clear the LG deal was up 25% premarket then taken down which was an interesting story in itself, even more interesting than going up 25% and staying there.

  • cde_biscuit by cde_biscuit Feb 9, 2015 8:45 AM Flag

    I went back and looked at one of CNBCs hit pieces when the Samsung deal was announced, Herb on the Street: Universal Display and boy does Herb exhibit a classic "sociopath smirk" smiling when he is telling everyone that the deal stinks. I wish I noticed that before.

    On that day Universal Display was up 7 about the same in percentage terms as the recent LG deal but this time CNBC did not attack the story. In fact they did not touch it, which is oddly inconsistent.

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    by raya_q8 Feb 6, 2015 10:26 AM
    cde_biscuit cde_biscuit Feb 6, 2015 6:31 PM Flag

    I agree everything is aligning, those unsure and sitting on the sidelines might want to get their core buy in before earnings (and earnings guidance), play it safe and wait until after earnings and person could play a fortune then have to eat a 2-3 dollar immediate loss because the way the game is played means the manipulators always make sure new weak buyers regret their purchase.

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    Mad Money

    by fusionary1 Feb 5, 2015 9:31 PM
    cde_biscuit cde_biscuit Feb 6, 2015 10:36 AM Flag

    I hope everyone can see how this manipulation is going to break. Its quite simple. As long as OLED performs, as I believe it will, CNBC will eventually be forced to break its standing order to not say anything positive about OLED. Or look utterly ridiculous/complicit.

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