Every day is a new experience in flushing DUNG down the toilet. We see the indexes making new highs as DUNG makes new lows.
You don't have to be mad at someone to think they're an idiot. You say stupid things.
We're kidding ourselves. If it were this easy, it would have already been taken care of. Management knew of this at least 3 days ago. We just got word AH today. Monday, we see how the stock reacts and if management does anything to clear it up. They've already stated that they will comply but aren't going to say anything, so we're probably in for a bumpy ride since the market always prices in for the worse. Whatever it is, I'm sure it's not going to be taken care of easily.
You are one dishonest person. You are dishonest, disloyal and deceitful. We all know that you didn't hold your stock after getting the SEC to investigate. YOU SOLD. That makes you DISHONEST.
DID YOU GO SHORT TOO?
Let me get this straight. You go to to SEC and badger them into investigating this company knowing the consequence of that investigation. And you call yourself an honest trader? Now I know you sold you stock first, right? Did you go short first too? You aren't honest. You're scuzzy.
It went red most of the day. It finished green by a half penny. I'd say that knoll won the bet. Not much to celebrate for us longs.
lol. No management sold out to hedge funds but they have no control. They just do whatever the hedge funds want: That press release for example. This sure is a tough stock to hold.
Unless some buyers step in and force shorts to start covering it's going to embolden the short side. The LITB beat down sure doesn't help. VIPS is at the high of day, but relatively flat. Maybe we're seeing a sector rotation away from these stocks. The constant beating of DANG and LITB by JP is going to come back to haunt them with VIPS. It seems really stupid to me why they keep focusing on the downside when they could be taking these stocks long and making far more.
It looks like today is LITB's turn for the pounding. Maybe on Monday it will be our turn again.
Why is management allowing J. P. Morgan to do this to their shareholders?