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investorgold2002 3338 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 14, 2014 9:40 PM Member since: Sep 4, 2001
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  • investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Jan 14, 2014 9:40 PM Flag


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    Dew needs to pump MNTA better - @12.39

    by koberjm1122 Oct 31, 2012 1:32 PM
    investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Jul 26, 2013 5:48 PM Flag

    koberj - drvinman a.k.a dew plague epidemic back here...

  • investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Jul 21, 2013 11:04 PM Flag

    completely agree!!!!!!!!!! 100% Adding you to the list !

    io_io, jmkobers, ig, don_king,imho

  • investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Jul 21, 2013 11:03 PM Flag

    you are part of ihub consortium that uses the notorious dew diligence handle.

  • investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Jul 21, 2013 6:11 PM Flag

    you are ONE big scamming machine over there at IHUB. Can you stop posting in yahoo message board so you geniuses with 100 ids, can restrict your scamming to IHUB and write all ROSY bs in RMF ? Do you have any ethics in you?

  • Do not believe in a single word this unethical guy says. This guy operates in the consortium that has many ids writing to themselves. It is almost a scam operating in the pretext of a public message board and investors get scammed reading several messages posted by different ids in the consortium. One handle that is used for posting seemingly authentic , authoritative, seemingly well-researched is Dew Diligence.
    This id or other ids in IHUB become moderator of message boards. We have seen them delete messages any posts that express opposite sentiment by marking it as spam. So all of a sudden you are seeing what seems like a public message board and pretty much most messages with the same sentiment that the moderator wants. In MNTA IHUB board this was the situation couple of years back. A

    Guys be cautious of this consortium. Just search for messages by koberj, io_io, etc

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    by doki52 Jan 17, 2013 10:07 PM
    investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Jan 18, 2013 8:15 PM Flag

    wish sec looks at all his calls in the last 2 years...who he is aligned with(shorts, market makers, hedge funds) and his pattern of posting in a public message board, his 100's of ids,

    This guy has no morals. true #$%$

    now he is on to XOMA:-)

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    by doki52 Jan 2, 2013 10:33 PM
    investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Jan 5, 2013 11:00 PM Flag

    a few of us have asked SEC to look into this. The deceit of open , public message board but hidden behind is the propaganda machine with different ids pumping, replying to themselves and sometimes deleting messages of opposite sentiment. An innocent newbie looks at the message board and thinks "almost every message and sentiment here is positive on the stock, lets buy the stock" . Readmefirst is another propaganda machine. Looking at it for an hour you think this guy has done his independent research. but it is full of insinuations, suggestions, wild speculations hidden as "research" or "facts". It is easy for even experienced investors to be trapped in to this scheme.

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    by investorgold2002 Nov 28, 2012 10:34 PM
    investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Nov 28, 2012 10:38 PM Flag

    I meant NO MORE:

    2. Bullish things for MNTA that could happen at any time"

  • investorgold2002 by investorgold2002 Nov 28, 2012 10:34 PM Flag

    Counting dew haters: koberj, io, bdover23, ig, et al

    Has anyone noticed dew recently (last few months) has opened MNTA ihub board to messages of the opposite sentiment or messages criticizing his "altruistic service". Before that piece of crap ihub board for MNTA, contained only rosy messages on MNTA by dew, his 10k ids and his cohorts.

    We really don't whether this was a scheme (tie up with market maker) to deceive investors to believe MNTA was a great investment and the MNTA market maker profited from such a scheme. If at all this is true, people will be cooling off in jail like some ihub people. Not saying it is true, but it definitely needs to be investigated by SEC.

    Whatever maybe the intent, glad it is coming to an end. One day our wish would be granted.
    Poor investors are not scammed by a machine that is DISGUISED in the form of free, open and public message board.


  • To the MNTA Ihub moderator
    1.every tidbit of any MNTA news that happened in the LAST 3 years was mostly positive
    2. any negative event, was either neutral or even positive
    3. and after spending 5,000 hours on message board and posting at least 10000 messages with various log-ins your performance is negative 40%?
    4 you, your various log-ins and your cohorts posted some 300 messages for daily exclusivity on generic lovenox. when many said it is immaterial and excessive to post this daily, considering 1 day in 2 years another generic comes to market, you did not listen
    5. you said Amphastar ANDA is a joke, when investors raised concern about their ANDA
    6. you said Amphastar and MNTA will settle during the PI phase
    7. you said Nobody will get generic lovenox approved other than MNTA and you were vehement about it
    8. you deleted many many posts that highlighted risks in investing in MNTA and you maintained MNTA message board replete with your positive spin. Don't know what your intent is?
    9. Copaxone - MNTA/NVS vs Teva High probability (77%?) that MNTA will win patent case.

    I am glad to nominate you for the WORST STOCK PICKER EVER born on this planet.

    Thank you

  • Reply to

    Dew needs to pump MNTA better - @12.39

    by koberjm1122 Oct 31, 2012 1:32 PM
    investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Nov 2, 2012 6:02 AM Flag

    the asinine poster used to post a message every day counting the day lovenox was without a competitor. repeatedly told him posting this excessive and somewhat immaterial if the competitor comes say a year from now...messages were trying to brainwash new investors.

    saw a great post on this:
    "Do you think we should have a countdown similar to the count up for days without a competitor, like maybe something like a -$175k a day?

    If you think about it, losing $175k a day isn't bad considering that Craig's package is worth about $14k a day. $14k a day seems cheap when you consider that about 5 others earn around $4k a day.

    Can't wait for Bonus time............"

  • Reply to

    Dew needs to pump MNTA better - @12.39

    by koberjm1122 Oct 31, 2012 1:32 PM
    investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Nov 1, 2012 10:00 PM Flag

    "Avoid his picks like the plague"

    Good one Koberj. Dew Diligence(from ihub) continues to post here with his 10k ids. Whatever his motive for pumping MNTA, the guy has zero morals. I have no reason to believe a 60 year old guy will ever learn. his values are set.
    -Nobody will get generic lovenox approved
    -Amphastar lovenox ANDA is a joke
    -There will be settlement even before a PI order in the Lovenox case against Amphastar
    -He will continue to "moderate" (delete posts that does not fit the sentiment he likes to see - whatever be his motive). He is one f'ed individual.

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    Dew Diligence

    by investorgold2002 Nov 12, 2011 2:14 AM
    investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Oct 18, 2012 11:20 PM Flag

    Koberj - is dd back at pumping MNTA again ?

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    Who has done more damage? Madoff or Dew?

    by koberjm1122 Sep 23, 2012 8:57 PM
    investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Oct 18, 2012 11:16 PM Flag

    Dew has been reported to SEC. My guess is Dew appears to be aligned with some market maker. There is no other incentive for this SHAMELESS PATHOLOGICAL LIAR to pump MNTA for the last 6 years even when the PPS didn't appreciate 1 penny. This guy does not have any morals. Every bit of news, whether insider sells a stock or buys a stock, it is posted as positive for MNTA. He has the right place for committing his crime:IHUB. we all know IHUB founder Matt brown is a jailbird.

    If DEW indeed gets paid for pumping by MNTA's marker , I am sure he will give some company to Matt brown.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investorgold2002 by investorgold2002 Aug 29, 2012 7:32 PM Flag

    INVESTORS BEWARE*****************************************************************
    Scorecard of the greatest MNTA investor with multiple aliases in several message boards.
    INVESTORS BEWARE *****************************************************************

    1) Lovenox - Nobody will get approval. WRONG
    2) Amphastar's Lovenox ANDA is a joke. WRONG
    3) Lovenox - MNTA vs Amphastar - guaranteed settlement even before judge's PI order . WRONG
    4) Copaxone - MNTA/NVS vs Teva High probability (77%?) that MNTA will win patent case. WRONG
    5) Countless others

    Despite such a dubious record, the ids in the consortium continue to post messages and recommendations.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • investorgold2002 by investorgold2002 Aug 27, 2012 10:55 PM Flag

    The Securities and Exchange Commission has sued the self-declared investment guru who drove up the stock of a tiny Tacoma company with claims he and his disciples were creating a "short squeeze" that would force major market players to pay exorbitantly for the shares.

    While Jerry S. Williams instructed his flock on an Internet message board and in costly seminars to buy and hold the stock of Cascadia Investments until it cornered the market, he himself was "scalping" — secretly unloading tens of millions of shares, the SEC charged in a federal civil suit filed July 20 in New Haven, Conn.

    As reported here in February 2010, Cascadia shares soared more than a hundredfold from two-tenths of a cent in mid-2009 despite no sign of success in the company's purported switch from real-estate investments to Internet games.

    At its peak of 72 cents in March 2010, Cascadia's market capitalization was about $150 million even though its quarterly revenues were just a few thousand dollars and its Central Tacoma headquarters was a shabby one-room office. (It's unrelated to Cascadia Investment, the Bill Gates company.)

    The stock's steep climb was orchestrated by Williams and his Monk's Den investment chat room, according to the SEC suit. Williams "reaped unlawful profits" of more than $2 million through what was essentially a pump-and-dump scheme, selling at least 24 million Cascadia shares while making false and misleading statements to "a large group of followers," says the suit.

  • Does anyone know who are the market makers for MNTA stock ?

    Would like to find out potential relationships between message board moderators and Market makers

  • investorgold2002 investorgold2002 Aug 2, 2012 5:54 PM Flag

    all that B.S on at-risk launch is actually B.S

  • "The expiration of the Orange Book patents. Separately, Momenta and Sandoz are enjoined from marketing a generic Copaxone through September 1, 2015, the expirations of the one non-Orange Book patent."

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