Markets are #$%$ up by MM and hedge funds...and are miles away of realistic economics....time to move ahead to $35.
Mark this post.
Don't sell.....that's the only way to save your investment
MM and hedgefunds are in control right now because some people are willing to sll their shares at all time low.
Shares are worth +$2
Merger/buy-out announcement any moment and then shares are worth over $2
So it's up to you....fight back and feel the power of the surrender of the shorts
Don't sell under $2.
Otherwise you're screwed.
No shares for the shorts anymore and you'll win.
It's up to you....
The whole financial system is KAPUTTTTT!
If you bought 10000 SPDC shares last year you had to pay $45.000,-
Now they're worth $3.200,-
Unbelievable no one is doing something.......no lawsuits, no claim.....nothing....just watching like a zombie....
If you bought 1000 FREE shares in 2012 you had to pay $350.000,-.......now they're worth $35,-
No claims, no lawsuits....nothing.....everyone is watching and doing nothing......what a JOKE this economy is,.
To the cellar with these clowns...
There are much better opportunities to buy......just pass this POS.
what a scam
Good luck with this diluting machine.
In both cases shareholders are the losers
Last weeks trading is so laughable
20 MARCH 2015, GENEVA-- A growing risk of outbreaks of measles, pertussis, and other vaccine-preventable diseases in countries affected by Ebola must be countered by urgent scaling up of routine immunization activities, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
“We are calling for the intensification of routine immunization services in all areas, and for mass measles vaccination campaigns in areas that are free of Ebola transmission,” says DrJean-Marie Okwo-Bele, director of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals at WHO.
The Ebola outbreak, which has infected some 24,000 people and killed around 10,000 of them, has also reduced vaccination coverage in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, as health facilities and staff focus on halting the outbreak.
“Any disruption of immunization services, even for short periods, will result in an increase in the number of susceptible individuals, and will increase the likelihood of vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks,” according to a WHO note sent to countries this week. The new Guidance for Immunization Programmes in the African Region in the Context of Ebola to help countries maintain or restart immunization services includes infection control precautions for health workers. The document notes that for countries not affected by Ebola, routine immunization and surveillance “should continue using the normal safe injection and waste disposal practices.”