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chipper4747 90 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 7, 2014 11:49 PM Member since: Jun 22, 2010
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  • chipper4747 by chipper4747 Apr 7, 2014 11:49 PM Flag

    In case you've forgotten how shorts operate, this one-page link will describe every ploy, play, and tactic that nomo and his friends use here. Just read through this and the light bulb will go off repeatedly on posts they make. Not hard to comprehend, not hard to see why they do it. Just try not to get bamboozled by them. And there are many of us around who repeatedly knock down any and all tactics based on lies, misrepresentations, and hyperboles.

    Simply search for "The-Stock-Bashers-Handbook"

  • Reply to

    Whale hunting

    by ssinc Apr 4, 2014 1:11 PM
    chipper4747 chipper4747 Apr 6, 2014 12:43 AM Flag

    Ond reason why I post less: many of my previous posts were written to disprove the BS that nomo was writing. In keeping the record of his many lies, I felt that my purpose for writing has been somewhat fulfilled, particularly in seeing how many others are aware of his duplicity. The need for me to pinpoint his errors and contradictions has fallen as others have stepped up to take on the same tasks. To you all: a great job indeed. I will update my list of "Nomo's Lies" about once every 3 months, just to keep things fresh.

  • chipper4747 chipper4747 Apr 6, 2014 12:27 AM Flag

    "All were saying this would be double digits by last fall."

    Wow, why am I not surprised that the only statement made in this post is an outright LIE. I will send $100 to you, highnoon49, or anyone else who can quote the post where I said this stock would be double digits at ANY time, not just last fall.

    If you can't do this, then you have been proven to be yet another liar in a long line of lying liars on the short side of this stock. Why is it that all you do is lie? I imagine it's the money they lavish upon you.

    As for when I post, the answer is clear: whenever there is something tangible from the company to discuss, particularly pertaining to the science. Patient investors wait. Why waste time (such as this post) engaging shorts who do nothing but lie? Every now and then it's fun to demonstrate the lack of braincells that comes from the writing in your and similar posts.

    So, let's see the proof! If no proof, then poof! --- you're a lying sack of shitaki mushrooms.

  • Reply to

    now what?

    by rcpnfkb1 Mar 28, 2014 10:32 AM
    chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 30, 2014 11:01 PM Flag

    "Freddy always plays that course well. And his real medicine he gets for his back is why he continues to play well."

    And if Freddy didn't win that open, you'd blame it on Abloc not doing its job.

    That's some real nice reasoning there, nomo --- an answer for every outcome, trying to negate everything positive about Couples and Abloc.

    What was it you said in another post on this thread? "Typical STSI long. Dishonest, ignorant and a loud mouth." Substitute 'short' for 'long' and you have a perfect description of yourself.

  • chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 28, 2014 2:17 AM Flag

    Low 11's is likely the ultimate short target, given that area has been the bottom twice before. Taking it down below that would require a lot of heavy lifting, which I imagine would entail putting to use all of the shares created via reverse conversion.'

  • Reply to

    The Way I See It

    by abi_lgm_2007 Mar 26, 2014 9:59 AM
    chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 27, 2014 3:54 AM Flag

    " So I think they have come to understand the science."

    Perhaps that explains their extreme silence in replying to this thread of conversation by abi_lgm_2007 (well done!).

    You've quite elegantly and succinctly explained the rationale for many longs still holding their shares of STSI --- it's the science. Always has been, always will be.

  • Reply to

    nomo in the dark

    by chipper4747 Mar 20, 2014 4:51 AM
    chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 21, 2014 3:19 AM Flag

    So you're answering for nomo now? Sorry, that won't do. Only nomo can answer for nomo.

    I'll wait.

  • chipper4747 by chipper4747 Mar 20, 2014 4:51 AM Flag

    Recent things nomo has said:

    (A) "I don't know any companies that maintain valuation after an unexpected large decrease.."

    This quote from nomo tells me two things:

    1) nomo doesn't understand the effect of decreased marketing expenses ("significantly curtailed the marketing of our Anatabloc products", as the 10K states) of a product and/or the effect of turbulence and negative publicity surrounding Star, JW, McDonnell and the FDA letter. nomo acts as if everything was status quo for the latest quarter compared to the previous quarters. It wasn't, not by a long shot.

    2) nomo's vaunted prediction of Abloc revenue failed miserably for the latest quarter. How do I know? That's easy: he always ... ALWAYS ... touts his winning predictions. Given his silence on this matter, you know that his "regression" model ran into a ditch. Which also shows us how ridiculous it was in the first place. The only model that would have succeeded in forecasting last quarter's revenue would be one that included, for one thing, the amount spent on advertising. (Studies showing a positive correlation between advertising dollars and revenue are plentiful). Further, any predictive model of Star's revenues would likely be way off due to the impact of unexpected external factors.

    (B) "anatabine negatively effects [sic] the brain"

    nomo--- Please cite the source for that claim. Given that I take abloc, I have a personal interest in any such negative claim as to its effects. Please cite author, publication, title of article, and date.

  • Reply to

    Despite the mass exodus from Anatabloc

    by stsinomo Mar 18, 2014 11:09 AM
    chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 18, 2014 9:00 PM Flag

    "I don't know any companies that maintain valuation after an unexpected large decrease.."

    This quote from nomo tells me two things:

    1) nomo doesn't understand the effect of decreased marketing expenses ("significantly curtailed the marketing of our Anatabloc products", as the 10K states) of a product and/or the effect of turbulence and negative publicity surrounding Star, JW, McDonnell and the FDA letter. nomo acts as if everything was status quo for the latest quarter compared to the previous quarters. It wasn't, not by a long shot.

    2) nomo's vaunted prediction of Abloc revenue failed miserably for the latest quarter. Which also shows us how ridiculous it was in the first place. The only model that would have succeeded in forecasting the last quarter's revenue would be one that included, for one thing, the amount spent on advertising. Further, any predictive model of Star's revenues would likely be way off due to the impact of highly unexpected external factors.

  • chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 18, 2014 8:40 PM Flag

    bumping...

    Also, nomo please point us to the source of your claim that "anatabine negatively effects [sic] the brain". I've been waiting a long while for you to reply.

  • chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 18, 2014 8:35 PM Flag

    I've marked a lot of your posts in the past. And I'll be happy to replay them for you if you like.

  • chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 18, 2014 8:33 PM Flag

    Oh gee, did someone ELSE not put his money where his mouth is? I tried to give away $100 to nomo, but he kept running away from the bet.

    I wouldn't expect to see anything from Joe B as well.

  • chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 11, 2014 2:36 AM Flag

    Nomo,
    Still waiting for your response to the above post. I would like to know the source for your claim that "Clearly anatabine negatively effects the brain". If I had heard something even close to that accusation, I'd think twice or thrice about taking Abloc. But I didn't hear anything such thing ... until now ... from you.

  • Reply to

    STSI chart getting ready to pop

    by smallcaptrdr24 Mar 10, 2014 3:08 PM
    chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 11, 2014 2:14 AM Flag

    Have you covered yet? Or will you be doubling down on your short trade?

  • chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 10, 2014 1:52 AM Flag

    nomo---

    "Chippy's data" --- the very same data which you failed to analyze when give the opportunity to prove you're something close to a statistician --- yes, that data ... is nothing more than sales data.

    So tell us why would the FDA be interested in seeing sales data, which can easily be obtained from the company's 10Ks?

    Also, please point us to the source of your claim that "anatabine negatively effects [sic] the brain". Or shall we add this to your list of lies?

  • Reply to

    anyone see April options

    by morgana3661 Mar 4, 2014 10:17 AM
    chipper4747 chipper4747 Mar 5, 2014 2:37 AM Flag

    I saw over 8300 April Call $1 options trade today, all between 5-10 cents per contract. If one thought that STSI would be over $1 by April, I'd buy the Aprils and sell the March's, for a net 5 cent debit if one could get it.

    Even the March $1 calls had over 1100 contracts traded, while the May $1 calls saw over 3300 trade. That's what a 14% move in one day of trading will do: ignite some gambling juices in those attending GA.

    But if the thinking is that STSI will travel over $1, and the thinking is to take advantage of this with options, then do it smartly.

  • Reply to

    All about iHUB

    by chipper4747 Feb 28, 2014 2:40 AM
    chipper4747 chipper4747 Feb 28, 2014 2:42 AM Flag

    I should clarify. The above isn't so much an "article" as it is one person's view of things. But it's got more relevant info than I've seen elsewhere.

  • Reply to

    Nomo Runs Away...Again

    by chipper4747 Feb 25, 2014 2:05 AM
    chipper4747 chipper4747 Feb 26, 2014 3:59 AM Flag

    Nomo's Maserati (or Prius) has been in full reverse ever since I laid down my Ben Franklin.

  • Latest update, including the new #4, the new #11, and the new #12 (from Izof's lie detector machine):

    #1: Abloc will be pulled from the shelves of GNC.

    #2: Nomo and Chipper4747 had a $100 [ or $1000] bet in spring 2013. Nomo at times has claimed that both existed. I await proof of either.

    #3: Has a degree in statistics/mathematics.

    #4: "Couples got far less TV time compared to Faldo... not good for being the brand ambassador.", written on Oct 7 2013. Couples got MORE TV time compared to others, but not to Faldo, who wasn't even on the team. Nomo's attempted to demean the relevance of Couples, and therefore any "mistakes of fact" nomo claims to have made were in fact intentional in nature (SOP)

    #5: "History shows that I have been incredibly right on the share price direction. Both up and down."

    #6: Anyone who understands technology can identify the other aliases of any poster here on Yahoo. [Still waiting on the identification process from nomo.]

    #7: Fred Couples isn't wearing the Abloc insignia [Feb 13 2014]

    #8: "No you [Chipper] don't understand patents. You've proven that with your posts on the subject." [List the posts, nomo, where I claim that STSI has a monopoly on the manufacturing of anatabine.]

    #9: The rally's almost over. (Written when pps was approximately 72 cents, some 30 cents or 42% ago)

    #10: "Abloc will be pulled from the shelves of GNC" was expressed as an opinion. [One lie leads to another.]

    #11: "“Chipper doesn't understand patents. He thinks STSI has cornered the market on manufacturing Anatabine... a rookie mistake." [nowhere have I made that claim].

    #12: " [STSI] states in the [PRE- 14A SEC] filing that the move [discussed therein] is because there is no growth currently and they can possibly do better if they pursue a pharmaceutical version." [from Nov 7, 2013]. The "no growth currently" was not in the filing. nomo claims it was his 'interpretation'. I claim it was a lie. And SOP.

  • Reply to

    Nomo the Liar: Rebuttals to nomo retorts

    by chipper4747 Feb 26, 2014 3:32 AM
    chipper4747 chipper4747 Feb 26, 2014 3:44 AM Flag

    #8: No you [Chipper] don't understand patents. You've proven that with your posts on the subject.
    Nomo: “Chipper doesn't understand patents. He thinks STSI has cornered the market on manufacturing Anatabine... a rookie mistake.”
    Rebuttal: Actually nomo’s answer here to #8 contains yet a new lie: that I think STSI cornered the market on manufacturing Abloc. I never said that. This will become lie #11. [nomo can prove me wrong if he cares to try.] What I did say, the last time being just two days ago, was that STSI’s patents cover the application of anatabine to treat various inflammation related illnesses. Which is why the patents are called “USE” patents. Nomo has never understood the difference.

    #9: The rally's almost over. (Written when pps was approximately 72 cents, some 30 cents or 42% ago)
    Nomo: “The rally was almost over. Now it is.” If missing another 42% increase in pps means that the rally “was almost over” then he fails to understand statistics, which is no surprise.
    #10: "Abloc will be pulled from the shelves of GNC" was expressed as an opinion. [One lie leads to another.]
    Nomo: “Abloc will be pulled from the GNC shelves. That is my opinion and most people read it as such.”
    Rebuttal: Not expressed as an opinion when originally written. Furthermore, ONLY after being berated about this lie for weeks on end, and finally realizing his mistake, nomo then decides to backtrack his post saying it was just an opinion. Nomo waited way too long --- ever since he saw the first comment on his original post and decided to do nothing to change its context or meaning --- to turn it into “an opinion”.
    When nomo states his opinions as FACTS, he intends to do so deliberately --- in order to scare investors into either selling their STSI shares or not buying new ones. That is his SOP.

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