"hype alone"…. And therein lies the truth.
Alright, we got it. You made a "looks-like" handle as a way to shame the original "michael_c_han".
Stow it. It is no more becoming to you than it has been for the original to post his drivel. Now let's get back to REAL discussion, okay? Thanks.
I didn't read any "tirade" in Sage's post. He merely offered an in-sector concern with two other telcos… and speaking of "tirade", (ahem).
Biotech, I want you to make money, honestly. Bret's posting is old Seeking Alpha news. Humorously, he tried to post about 188's possibilities in treating "heat failure". Yeah, that's right, it reads "HEAT failure".
So, for all the eagerness in his opinion about MSTX, he has provided me only with a chuckle. He was merely posting a parroted company press release verbatim…. I mean…. except for the treatment of "heat failure" part. Which reminds me, it's getting dang cold outside, time to crank up the thermostat. 8^)
Folks, I hope for all your sakes that it is a triple digit winner; however, that being said, "Lovepipes" (and those of your hyperbolic ilk), your claim about short positions being anything close to consequential is just lame. Proof, you say? Oky-doky…. go here and look at MSTX's most recent short numbers. HeII, look at the short numbers for the year! They have gone down to potentially nothing. What, a tad over 4-and-a-half million? Check it for your self:
The moon? I hope for your sake it goes all the way to Uranus.
Well, at least to Jupiter. 8^)
~Although there is no such list on Yahoo, MSN Money states Dundee corp holds either 10,000,000 or
16,000,000shares (can't tell if they added or dumped some shares). Also, Brick Asset owns 258,500 shares and Marmite Capital AG owns 242,428 shares of AVCVF. (These were all in by 12/31/2014) with no new updates.
~There are no inside ownership statements which is concerning.
~As to Nevada Vanadium's statement that it is "more about the ink than the printers", I certainly hope so; but, if the ink makers don't invest in their own stock, what is the message?
If the loan gets paid off by another underwriter, FXCM and LUK stand to win. LUK would potentially be in a symbiotic relationship with them until such time that FXCM might want to buy 'em out.
Actually, you're exposing your ignorance all on your own. And doing it quite well. Do carry on my little capon.
If that's the best "revenge" the Sea-Hags can have on New england Patriots, I really feel sorry for them. LOL!
Okay chickenfat, you cry victim by "ad hominem" after you posted your bit about "stupid pills." Sorry chump, no pity for you.
~The reference to which I was making, was with regards to "placeyourbets" post at 8:24 on 02/13; which was in reply to your original post. His is spot-on. Your digression into grammar-cop with byankovskiy dodges the real issue. Capice?