"Who cares about 9 cents...That was a year ago"
and this is now.
of course you would not care about it, who knows how many you stopped from catching the run with your lies.
He also forgot to mention that all the gevo insiders sold last week lol
they must not think much of this navy stuff
I think that's his schtick, I have no idea when dej entered the Olympics to compete with gevo, apparently that is the only other stock out there and the measuring stick by which we must grade dej. I have no idea what is happening, lmao.
So after dej hit 9 cents and ran all the way up to 25 cents plus, they were very quiet for months, and now after all the dev. plans have been revealed are actually being carried out, they pop up in force, loud and incessant and they expect no one to know something is up. As if no one remembers how loud and incessant they were when the stock was 9 cents, lol. Their very behavior is so telling that it is almost comical, which leads me to believe that they are paid by the post not by the content.
"oilwars3 • Dec 3, 2013 4:12 PM
Pump it hard buddy. If this is being shorted offshore your going to need nightvision goggles to find your dough.
The price was about 9 cents, I later sold my shares for an average of 28 cents. I found my dough friend
they are paid by the post an they know no one here listens to them
I just want news of their completions, I don't expect the numbers until January. Until then there should be a wonderful window of growth and or volatility in anticipation, i can take advantage of either
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