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jonathan56602 76 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 20, 2012 3:49 AM Member since: Apr 16, 2012
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  • jonathan56602 by jonathan56602 Jul 20, 2012 3:49 AM Flag

    what a squeeze. this stock is great to trade right now. nice volatility

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    Impressive Volume Today

    by james.craigen May 23, 2012 11:34 AM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 23, 2012 3:35 PM Flag

    LOL.... destitute? You are a joke man. I'm sure everyone here has their ENTIRE life savings in one stock.

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    WOW what a concept - HEY Mg't

    by harrypyeeter May 21, 2012 7:16 PM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 21, 2012 10:16 PM Flag

    Throbbing Schwang bounce pattern. That's actually my favorite pattern

  • jonathan56602 by jonathan56602 May 20, 2012 12:16 AM Flag

    Anybody call the bottom?

  • jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 18, 2012 7:53 PM Flag

    You can't even admit when you're wrong about a basic fact, Richard. It is clearly bordering on intense sociopathic behavior at this point.

    Selling fulvic acid in Cali is not illegal, no matter how many times that you repeat your misleading statements. Using the term "fulvic acid" on the label is not allowed there because it's a confusing, poorly-defined term, even at the most basic chemical level. (Sort of hearkens back to the industry-wide problem of fulvic acid content standardization, and why your fulvic acid cost analysis was an utter waste of time.)

  • jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 18, 2012 3:54 PM Flag

    No, it is not illegal. Again, you have shown that you have no idea what you are talking about, Roe. The term "fulvic acid" can not be used in marketing/labels in Cali because it is an ambiguous, hard-to-define term.

  • jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 18, 2012 8:11 AM Flag

    FINRA is a private organization that regulates member firms. It acts as an arbitrator if your broker screws you over, for instance. You really are directing people to the completely wrong place

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    Unusable Lignite Coal

    by zap_77777 May 17, 2012 5:36 PM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 17, 2012 10:21 PM Flag

    Exactly: this guy is so silly that he is accidentally reinforcing the validity of the company by asserting how frequent raw materials are being shipped in and out of the factory!

  • jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 17, 2012 7:25 AM Flag

    LOLz.... GREECE is not going to cause that big of a panic. People are much more worried about Spain for example.

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    Where is the 100 share Lot Parade Today?

    by james.craigen May 16, 2012 12:48 PM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 16, 2012 7:51 PM Flag

    FYI you just spelled two simple words incorrectly while calling other people morons.

  • Reply to

    bac next stop 6.80?

    by alex1611761 May 16, 2012 12:08 AM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 16, 2012 12:39 AM Flag

    Hey what's up with the Hang Seng tonight? Any news, or just fear-selling?

  • jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 13, 2012 9:23 PM Flag

    LOLz... You spout circular logic along with unsubstantiated claims everyday, and your research isn't worth a nickel to a REPUTABLE publication. So forgive me for laughing at your suggestion that I AM the one insulting the intelligence of the board.

    YOU clearly still don't understand the meaning of the word "imminent," or for that matter, the definition of "connotation" and "denotation."

    /ˈɪmɪnənt/
    likely or certain to happen very soon.

    NOT "at any time in the future." The connotation is obvious to anyone who's skull isn't thicker than a redwood tree trunk.

  • jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 13, 2012 6:39 PM Flag

    White Knight,

    Unfortunately what he is doing is simply a tortious offense in many states. However, there are criminal defamation statutes in some states. Colorado is one of them. (Statutes, § 18-13-105)

    I'll add that if aliens invade the Earth in 20 years, and the stock market is shut down, Ian/Richard will probably say, "I told you the company's delisting was imminent." That's his sleazy game at work.

    BTW: to any new folks on the board. I'm embarrassed to say I used to take this clown Ian/Richard's points somewhat seriously. I've since realized he'll just say whatever nonsensical, slanderous thing he can in order to discredit the company. His brain is like factory of un-researched, slanderous ideas.... and at this point, I'm guessing he's a hired hand... I mean the guy spends his entire miserable life slandering a company. (BTW Ian/Richard: someone like you telling someone else that he "should be ashamed" is comparable to a meth'd-out, morally decrepit used car salesman saying such a thing.)

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    bloggers/short sellers into more troubles

    by allan74z May 12, 2012 11:11 AM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 13, 2012 6:33 PM Flag

    LOLz. If aliens invade the Earth in 20 years, and the stock market is shut down, Ian/Richard will probably say, "I told you the company's delisting was imminent."
    That's his sleazy game at work.

    BTW: to any new folks on the board. I'm embarrassed to say I used to take this clown Ian/Richard's points somewhat seriously. I've since realized he'll just say whatever nonsensical, slanderous thing he can in order to discredit the company. His brain is like factory of un-researched, slanderous ideas.... and at this point, I'm guessing he's a hired hand... I mean the guy spends his entire miserable life slandering a company. (BTW Ian/Richard: someone like you telling someone else that he "should be ashamed" is comparable to a meth'd-out, morally decrepit used car salesman saying such a thing.)

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    Yongye's employes

    by richard_x_roe May 12, 2012 2:51 PM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 12, 2012 10:28 PM Flag

    This is degenerating into childish nonsense... But here is the definition, in case you don't grasp the connotation of the word:

    im�mi�nent
    adj.
    About to occur; impending....

    here's another one

    ADJECTIVE /�jmjnYnt/
    likely or certain to happen very soon

    NOT a year or two years after you make your statements.

    BTW Since this conversation has degenerated into childish nonsense, let me point out: I edit for a publication that would not accept your pieces, and if you knew my academic background, you would know that calling me "uneducated" is almost comical.

    I try my best not get personal with you, but your arguments have degenerated from "thought-out," into blatant slander, such as pointing out typos as "fraud" and pulling irrelevant sentences from third-party material. And it's becoming insanely frustrating. So forgive me if I'm being crass.

    If you are in fact Ian Bezek, and you have any journalistic aspirations, I suggest you look back at what you've done in recent months and consider your abandonment of the standards of veracity. Reputable financial publications don't hire defamation artists who present "research" in one-sided articles. (I'm sorry to Seeking Alpha, but any publication that allows someone to publish under the name "Richard X. Roe" - aka John Doe - is not a reputable publication.)

    And I'll reiterate, since you danced around every one of my points:

    What is said in an unofficial article (whatever the heck you want to call it) that isn't produced directly by Yong is completely irrelevant to what is in Yong's SEC report. You have completely lost touch with reality. Secondly, and moreover, you, again, have drawn completely invalid conclusions based on a totally useless oversimplification of an issue. A) You don't know whether the author of the apparently non-Yong-produced article is accurate B) You don't know what the classification of those employees is, and whether they are classifiable as employees under SEC regs.

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    Yongye's employes

    by richard_x_roe May 12, 2012 2:51 PM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 12, 2012 7:48 PM Flag

    Again, you are engaging in completely unsubstantiated, slanderous behavior. That article appears to be written by an outside party. What is said in an unofficial article that isn't produced directly by Yong is completely irrelevant to what is in Yong's SEC report. You have completely lost touch with reality. Secondly, and moreover, you, again, have drawn completely invalid conclusions based on a totally useless oversimplification of an issue. A) You don't know whether the author of the apparently non-Yong-produced article is accurate B) You don't know what the classification of those employees is, and whether they are classifiable as employees under SEC regs. And about your "imminent and inevitable" statements. I don't know if the po-dunk college you manages to weasel into taught you the meaning of "imminent," but just so you know: it means that an event is about to happen at any moment, i.e. hours, days. NOT 8 MONTHS AFTER YOU SAY "IMMINENT,"

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    Management MUST confront SHORTS

    by plarger May 11, 2012 3:09 PM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 12, 2012 2:28 AM Flag

    and if the judgment is issued in the person's place of residence, then a local judge can issue a writ of execution to carry the judgment out ... Law enforcement can then seize property, or bank accounts can be frozen to satisfy the judgment debt

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    Management MUST confront SHORTS

    by plarger May 11, 2012 3:09 PM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 12, 2012 2:25 AM Flag

    About the subpoena power: that's not entirely true. If someone is named as a defendant in an American lawsuit, and they don't respond to the summons, a judge can and often will issue a default judgment against that person, even if that person lives in Canada, wherever. Then the claimant can hire a Canadian lawyer, and domesticate the judgment in Canadian court. You can pursue claims in foreign courts if you hire a lawyer familiar with the laws in that area

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    HAS ANYONE AT JPM GONE TO JAIL YET?

    by mikelee_nyc May 11, 2012 7:53 AM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 11, 2012 8:00 AM Flag

    Being a moron is not a crime, as far as I know.

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    PANIC TRGGERED BY CNBC

    by flumoxed11 May 11, 2012 5:09 AM
    jonathan56602 jonathan56602 May 11, 2012 5:20 AM Flag

    Agreed.... Could be an isolated set of moronic trades..... It happens. And I'll lazily add in what I posted in another forum a minute ago:

    Even if JPM posts a quarterly loss, I don't see why everyone is up in arms. The firm had a few losing quarters between 2000 and 2006, well before the crisis, didn't it? The bigger issue is whether EU leaders can put an effective safety net in place with regard to sovereign debt.... They gotta be able to expedite debt monetization if need be.

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