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montuno2 7 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 10, 2014 4:11 PM Member since: Sep 28, 2004
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    by poccidenarri Jul 3, 2014 6:23 PM
    montuno2 montuno2 Jul 10, 2014 4:11 PM Flag

    Pocci, this fraud just keeps rolling along. The $1 an hour "strong buy" posters shilling for this condemned taco stand just move into new phony IDs or in some case resurrect old ones that were discredited years ago.

    I hope the slime ball Hawaiian John returns because he likes to post exact "SPD product rollouts." The only consistency is that not one product has ever been for sale where there have been knowledgable sales people, or an 800 number to call about this now long-in-the tooth technology, etc. This SPD nonsense has been a great scam for the insiders. I assume many children have been sent to cllege of the proceeds these slimeballs have accumulated over the years. That is a good thing.

    I just wish they could find a way to inflate the price just once again so we can short it before the turn the lights off.

    I hope all is well with you...

  • montuno2 montuno2 Jun 23, 2014 2:25 AM Flag

    Yes, Yes cyberne "the end is at hand for the REFR shorts." And you are an idiot.

    Other penny stock promoters in REFR's employ said the same thing for the past twenty years.......the shorts did fine. Of course you know that the biggest short position is held by the REFR insiders as a hedge against the value of the basket of REFR shares they award themselves every year. A good solid hedging strategy; I approve. But not to great for any moron who would buy into thsi transparent fraud. If REFR was a taco stand it would be condemned......

  • montuno2 montuno2 Jun 23, 2014 2:21 AM Flag

    Bard, Lester, whatever "strong buy" phony IDs you are using these days, your mantra is always the same; great things will be happening, "I would hate to be short REFR this weekend,"""Boeing ,NASA (you name it) is in negotiations with IAS, a broken down REFR "licensee" somewhere in Florida to put somtething on a plane, train, or automobile. (It has never happened,except for one offs that REFR paid to have done.

    This is one of the longest running stock selling scams on Wall Street. Nobody covers REFR because a firm couldn't even justify giving the assignment to a summer intern.

    Those of us who shorted this fraud when it was 20+ 12 yars ago did so knowing that not a single product would ever bring substantial (if any at all) earnings to the bottom line. This company is overloaded with executive compensation packages, stock giveaways and a phony R&D buget that has many idiot nephews on as consultants whatever.

    If you invest in thois scam you deserve to watch yourt investment grind down to zero.

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    uses for excess cash

    by allrefr May 14, 2014 1:18 PM
    montuno2 montuno2 May 20, 2014 7:29 PM Flag

    Lester, the insiders have always been te biggest shorts of this fraud. It is as I have to point out to you little fellas a good hedging strategy. To be more specific, if you are given baskerfuls of a stock with no income the best more is to short against the shares to "lock in" the value. And, as the insiders an I and others do, just naked short the shares. It was easy money.

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    uses for excess cash

    by allrefr May 14, 2014 1:18 PM
    montuno2 montuno2 May 20, 2014 7:26 PM Flag

    Hi Ducats, this message board is so much fun; especially for those of us who shorted this fraud when it was 20+ and the phony "strong buy" penny stock promoters were rabid in their laughable attacks on any negative posts. (Which only incited those of us who saw through the scam to post even more.)

    One of the ongoing claims by the low paid promoters was, and always will be, that REFr can't comment on any developments with "licensees" because of an NDA in the "licensing agreement." Of course the licensee disappears soon after REFR gets a little publicity and can hopefully reel in a few more naive investors. The CEO of the "licensee" issues a statement about how excited they are to be able to do something or other with SPD and is never heard from again.

    The simple truth is that large licensors call the shots, not the little licensees. Only in REFR land does the originator of the so-called technology have not a word to say about publicity.

    But no need for rabid attacks my little brothers out there, I am on your side now. I want to see the price go up to 8 or 9 so I can short this fraud again.

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    SPD Not at the Beijing Auto Show?...

    by javapacker11 Apr 28, 2014 11:25 AM
    montuno2 montuno2 May 6, 2014 1:07 AM Flag

    allrefr, your deceitful comments regarding REFR, and this mickey mouse SPD, makes you one of the sleazier penny stock promoters on this cesspool board. There never were negotiations with Boeing ( as I pointed out to you years ago...simply put, so you can understand, Boeing would never discuss anything with REFR. You havew spent years misrepresenting REFR's potential, and trashing any negative comments. I hope you got a few REFR shares out of your "work." Cash them in ..........they are worthless.

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    SPD Not at the Beijing Auto Show?...

    by javapacker11 Apr 28, 2014 11:25 AM
    montuno2 montuno2 May 2, 2014 1:54 PM Flag

    Hi Ducats, you are correct about the patent expiration. As you know there has been much discussion about the value of the patents that REFR "holds.," or as the moronic, lazy "strong buy" promoters would say, "REFR's
    patent portfolio." To be blunt, the "patent portfolio" has always been worthless." It was worthless when this stock fraud was 20+ and it is worthless now. The "strong buys" have no clue about patent evaluation, just as they have no nderstanding of short interest. The biggest short interest is held by Joe and the other insiders. But why bother explaining this? Only an idiot would buy into this scam anyway.

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