Wow. Pharmahero, a member since yesterday, does post a lot. That throws out his credibility.
With the likes of him, this Board will turn into S and OUTR, formerly CSTR, run by a few shorts.
That said, I think Pharma's opinion is right on.
You are right Cat Man, ZLCS is falling back, significantly.
Whatcha think about the new guy on the block, Pharmahero? Albeit I like what he writes, however, he has made over 1400 posts in the one day he has been on the Board.
We need credible posts on this Board from credible people, whether a pumper or basher.
Albeit I am on the latter end of the spectrum, based upon my posts since I have been a Board member (01/11), I have endeavored to base my comments on facts, or speculation that was warranted.
Cat Man, don't let the bag-holders get you down. Keep spreading the news about this POS.
You got a new side-kick, "pharmahero" who tells it like it is in succinct terms.
All the bag-holders are in the dumps, taking significant losses because they did not bail at $1.36 on 11/11.
Every cent over $1.36 helps them recover their losses.
Some may have made some of their money back if they had the b@!!$ to buy at .80's.
If ZLCS wasn't run by a group of fraudsters, which IMO it is then it could be a good trading stock on its way to bankruptcy. But unfortunately, ZLCS is run by fraudsters.
You are wrong Greed, Pharmahero got you by the b@!!$. He knows the bag-holders need to pop ZLCS so they can recover very deep losses.
Although Pharmahero has only been a ZLCS member since yesterday, 11/26/13, what he stated in his recent post does make real sense: "Bag-holders [are] pumping this [ZLCS] bankruptcy scam everywhere in the hope to get out at a better price."
Over the 2 1/2 years I have held ZLCS, I have read some intelligent posts, as well as a plethora of idiotic and self serving posts. IMO. Pharmahero represents the former, intelligent. In fact, his post takes first place for being both wise and prudent because he is warning everyone not to put one red-cent into ZLCS because the bag-holders lost a ton of money by Corrigans fraud and they (bag-holders) need to recoup, at YOUR loss if you buy into their scam to buy.
If someone must buy, I suggest you wait until (IF) it goes over $1.50, let it consolidate and see where it goes from there. Buying now only puts money into the bag-holders coffers, the ones who were not wise enough to bail on the day of the plunge.
Sorry bag-holders. Just get the hell out now before it falls again, which you know it will.
Yeah, Suzy, he could utter a plethora of comments, but would a wise person believe them?
Company is broken by a fraudulent CEO, plain and simple.
Cat Man, check out the length of time Acadia has been a member of this board, about six (6) days after the 11/11 plunge, when Corrigan scammed everyone.
I will admit Acadia has some b@!!$ if he bought low (.80's) and is riding the surge to $1.34, but IMO, albeit this POS still may have another two-bits upside, that is it. Of course Acaida needs buyers so he can make some money. I don't mind a guy making money, but the way it appears he is doing is just as bad as the way Correigan screwed everyone by releasing data at least one week before the anticipated date, thus enabling all of his friends and family to get the hell out before the plunge.
Acadia, I could care less which way this POS goes, up or down. I went out on the day (11/11/13) Corrigan and his band of fraudsters committed fraud. If you can't see what happened, you deserve to lose any money (if you have any) plugged in Corrigans ZLCS toilet.
He will surely flush it again and with it goes your money.
Rebound my #$%$ Albeit it may consolidate around $1.34-$1.50, when everyone get the news that Exalgo goes 100% generic next May, and no money comes in to finance Z944, this POS will be down to .40, probably lower.
Acadia, no offense, but you must be an idiot making such a statement.
Albeit the market "can" create value, however, when fraudsters are in charge of a company, like Corrigan, Zalicus won't be creating any value based upon your proposition.
You mean $1.34! ZLCS will never see $2.00 again. Try $1.34-$1.60 trading range.
But then, for whatever reason this POS surged today, it could plunge just as quick.
ZLCS is both a broken stock and a broken company.
What justified the surge today? The answer is easy, not a damn thing! Manipulators, manipulating a POS stock, relying on nim-rods, i.e., idiots, to buy.
It might make a run for $1.38, then down to single digits. Then again, it may rise up to a buck fifty, fluctuate between that and $1.60, but the story is over. The new story is this ZLCS is not only a broken stock, but also a broken company.
Take a look at PSDV for a road map.