Tikas… you are not doing your homework AGAIN. Try this:
Pull up a one year chart for AUY and then do a comparison with HMY.
Do it…. and then tell us what you see. Jeeesh!
You're gonna have a massive movement in your drawers when you see the sad outcome.
Best performing stock of the….?
Catalysts are imminent ??
Go back to your "absolute"….
I'm thinking you're exuberant in your projections.
And, you are making a guess that #8 will come up on the roulette wheel.
Lu… YOU don't understand the very things you have posted. The language is too esoteric for you. Believe me!
~this is from Quick's above post:
"...Just for the record it's been stated the potential of 188 saving people from bleeding to death would represent a multi-billion dollar opportunity."
Got it now?
Quick… "cure the common cold" will be next.
The hyperbole of this company's magical-all-purpose-BS would almost be funny if it were not that they rely on the ignorance of non-objective investors who buy their swill.
~Really? Think about it clearly! MSTX is releasing info that they are in phase-studies to determine that "188" acts as an anticoagulant. Now they claim it can raise blood-pressure and volume?!!
~If both of these things are anywhere NEAR truth (LOL!), imagine this: A wounded soldier with hemorrhaging wounds on the battle field: Someone will now administer a drug which is reportedly an anticoagulant; in which case, this will INCREASE hemorrhagic bleeding!!! And the administrant of said drug is doing so because it is reported that the same drug will also reduce symptoms of shock due to blood loss??!!! For the love of Pete!!
Are you folks all daft?? Use your noggins.
Wanting to cheer for your "great investment" is understandable.
Unaware and idiotic pumping only shows your foolishness.
If 188 is purported to be a blood thinner, you would not want to give it to a trauma victim. Why? Because it would INCREASE bleeding!
~To justify increasing blood volume and pressure on a trauma case by using a drug which increases bleeding time is like using a
freaking guillotine to treat a headache!
I don't believe these clowns.
~Ice cream topping indeed!
Yeah, Quickdoltz is the kind of guy who looks a skunk cabbage and believes it would make a good slaw.
Oh for God's sake! Really?
~188 is now an anticoagulant AND a post traumatic treatment to raise blood pressure and volume??!!
~Do you even see the conflict of a drug which is purported to be both something which reduces clotting time AND increases blood pressure?
I keep it in drip account. Always buys more FTR…
~But really? FTR as a channel trading tool?
Man, there are so many other stocks that are far superior for applying timing trades (if that's your style). If you want to see major swing-action, look at NES. I just can't see FTR as good vehicle for short-term trading. JMO.
Yeah, sure BS. And I agree, your handle fits you well.
So, in keeping with your great fiction writing, I will claim buying 5000 shares on the low of Oct. 13th…. let's see, yup. That would be a dollar gainer per share since then.
See how fun this can be? LOL!
Js_488, gypsy is one of the regular chicken-littles on this board. For him and those of his ilk, the sky is either falling or just about to.
~Say, how about the fact that, as of today, FTR is up $1.00 since October13th?
Skquinn: Aside from any name calling, maybe Stash is a truth teller?
And… Quick, I think Lanrich only reposts what other people have already said themselves. The beauty of his "technique", is he is only using people's
own words and hyperbole to "convict" them, if you will.
And with regards to my "davidlovesjustine" id, it came about for the very same reason you are now quickstoltz28 instead of just quickstoltz. In other words, Yahoo seemed to deem my rory1 identity no longer acceptable for some unknown reason. And aside from my "Rufus_r_jones_esq" id; which, to my best knowledge, everyone who had no more than two functioning synaptic junctions knew it was me; and, ironically, "Rufus" has always been a rabid albeit corn-pone pumper of MSTX. Go figure! 8^)