.... and all their employess work full time, deleting any comments that criticize them or their favorite scurrilous authors whom they depend on, for their bacon. I here they are recruiting, because they just cannot keep up with this work load.
Seeking Alpha is a desperate, dying act. Too many complaints to the SEC. If you go on their site, you will see more and more criticisms, and then those comments mysteriously disappearing. They are the biggest Joke out there.
Seeking Alpha is a desperate, dying act. If you go on their site, you will see more and more criticisms, and then those comments mysteriously disappearing. They are the biggest Joke out there. Only an outfit like Yahoo Finance would publicize the garbage they put out.
As I stated before, it is hard to teach an unethical guy ethics. He was exposed for what he is, by the NFA action. They tried to get him in line, by prescribing some correctional action. The guy however just took his unethical self and started his own online rumor mongering business. He figured the SEC would not come after him, as they only care for politically sensitive acts--- not unlike what the NY DAs do.
Yes! They tried to pull that on me too. I asked them to provide a link, where I can cancel my registration. So far, they have shown no intention of doing that.
This was Pensiveman2000's post. I thought it bears repeating.
All this market gyration based on unsubstantiated allegations.
Really? Have people lost their ability to think critically?
No smoking gun whatsoever regarding the Chronic Desease Fund. Yet Left says "let the indictments fly" because CDF's leader is rumored to be leaving the CDF? How is that connected to QCOR? He offers zero evidence. The CDF does business with dozens and dozens of pharmaceutical companies who contribute just as QCOR does. Show my any smoking gun?
The gov't investigations are just that, investigations. The FTC is investigating an anti-trust action where Synacthen is not even sold nor approved by the FDA in the US? Since when did the FTC pursue and win a case where there is a hypothetical anti-trust issue. (I won't address the simple fact that Synacthen has a demonstrably different chemical composition than does Acthar and anyone with half a brain understands the meaning of that in terms of FDA approval and its consequences on an FTC anti-trust case). How can this be motivated by anything other than a political favor being called in by a donor to to the campaign of the senator requesting the inquiry?.
And where is the proof or even fundamental evidence or credible allegation of SEC reg violations? QCOR is the equivalent of a "person of interest" in a criminal case. How many convictions are made on "persons of interest"? Empty allegations and fear mongering is all I've heard.
And the USAO involvement? OK, maybe a rogue salesman or research doctor got carried away? What is the worst case fine scenario? Was it worth a bilion dollar market cap? No way.
And the icing on the cake? These allegations are primarily from Citron who has been proven so completely wrong with their prior attacks and have a horrible record on other such smear campaigns with other companies.
QCOR is one of the best opportunities in this fully priced market. Buy and be patient and the rewards shall come