One way to stop them is to put in a sell order at a very high price. It makes it imposssible for them to loan your shares.
It's very risky to be short at this PPS. Downside is somewhat limited, but you can get smoked in a matter of minutes, and as the days go by the risk increases. Those controlling the share price can flip the switch at any time and create a short squeeze.
You're obviously short and that's OK, but get your information straight. You can't fool people on this MB into believing your nonsense.
It appears as if they can move this stock around at will in either direction. Until they can show some $$$ it will continue this way. I keep accumulating more shares as i believe at some point the $$$ will come. The difficult question is when that will be, and do you want to have your money tied up in this stock.
The games will continue with the PPS until they show some $$$. It's obvious how the stock is manipulated when they want it to move in either direction.
It's called patience will pay off in a big way for spex shareholders. It's just a matter of time. Take your pennies and go buy a coffee. Haaaa
Hmm.. yeah, excpet the obvious trades when they hit the bid between 100 and 500 shares to knock the price down Did you see those?
Nothing gets executed. They call it spoofing. Itu0027s the appearance that shares are available on the bid or ask, but they suddenly disappear. Itu0027s effective because people use this information as a basis for trading a stock. If you suddenly see 200,000 shares on the bid you may rush to sell thinking the stock is going to go down.
Whether it's a small or large company, it has nothing to do with how much money can be made by controlling the price.
They manipulate the bid and ask quite simply. Sometimes they create fake trades to maniulate the people looking to buy or sell.
Seems as though they can't have it both ways. If they knew they were using it, than they owe money from the dates the ownership of the patents changed from Nortel. Also, as it relates to other associated patents, it limits their options to defend. How can you say you knew the company was using patent A an they didn't know about patent B.
I guess I've missed some posts and there's been a change of opinion. It was my understanding that the thoughts related to the dismissal of the verizon patent cases were somehow related to settlements of those cases. There seemed to be a lot of confidence in the posts that spex was kicking their azzes and Verizon was looking to settle. No?
Where and when did you get all of this information? It seems you're the only one on this board who interprets the results in this way? Thanks.
It's true, and now everyone who bought at these low levels has a great opportuity for huge returns. Isn't it great how the casino works?