1. Vringodingo stated "and um I'm not short :) " in another post just minutes ago
2. Why would one chose their login name to be closely associated with just one stock?
3. Yahoo member since July 18, 2014 with 181 posts. Just click name to confirm this.
Things are starting to stink around here.
Don't put words in my mouth. If you read the post, I never said anything close to or remotely resembling "as you say pretty much impossible for the useless sec to find...." What I clearly said is "if I was the SEC, I would look very hard at the true identities of the short sellers around the positive news announcements that VRNG put out".
I suggest you cover while you still have the chance.
Hey.... How can you say "No one connected to Google is behind the shorts"??? It would not be that difficult for GOOG to funnel assets to others to use for "strategic purposes".
For that matter, it would not be that difficult for GOOG to funnel assets to unknown identities to post "negative scare" on this and other boards.
If I was the SEC, I would look very hard at the true identities of the sort sellers around the positive news announcements that VRNG put out.
The SEC should connect the dots.
Hopefully they will soon.
Definition: A board of directors is a group of people who are elected by a company's shareholders to meet periodically to oversee the company's management and represent the interests of the shareholders.
Who are VRINGO's non-Management Directors and how can they get Management to act with some urgency?
How can they align Management's interests with the Shareholders interests and sense of urgency of bringing CASH in the door and becoming self sufficient ASAP?
Noel J. Spiegel
› Former Partner, Deloitte & Touche, LLP (40+ Years'
› Current Board Member and Chairman of Audit Committee, American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.
Donald E. Stout
› Co-founder, NTP Inc
› Partner, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus LLP
› Founder & CEO, Classic Media
› Former CEO, Broadway Video
H. Van Sinclair
› President & CEO, The RLJ Companies
› Former Acting President, Charlotte Bobcats
› Co-founder and CIO, Gerchen Keller Capital, LLC
› Special Situations Analyst, Alyeska Investment Group
A serious investor who wants Management's interests and sense of urgency aligned with Shareholder's
The Board members have a timely fiduciary responsibility to uphold. They can't allow management to continue to be paid above industry norm while they don't bring in any Cash. Let's face it, this company ( patent and IP maximizer ) is only successful when cash comes in the door. In my opinion, For this Board of Directors to not tie management's compensation to the one reason they are in business. (To be compensated in Cash for their IP ) would make them negligent in their duties. ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY ARE AWARE OF A PENDING LAWSUIT REGUARDING GROSS OVERCOMPENSATION. It's time to step up folks. Have the emergency meeting and move this company in the right direction.
I wonder how many weak longs got stopped out yesterday and today?
Also, I noticed that there were a ton of 100 share sells going on.
My guess is just to tick down the bid. Not too many real investors do $330 trades.
Anyone else notice similar?
it's not really a question. These two (or one) guy is a fool who is introducing the lower that $3 / share price and $2 / share mindset after the stock lost 5% in a day and ended at $3.33. The poster thinks they are pretty clever with their mind games.
Well, let me introduce the $15 / share mindset. The news comes, shorts try to take it down. ( they always jump on the good news with sells so that the average investor is scratching his head) Then the big boys come in who know the deal will happen and will take meaningful positions. The idiot shorts are then squeezed by the professional longs and the stock price passes $6 the shorts are screaming on this board like pigs with their heads caught under a tractor, but then get roasted as the stock goes up over $8 a share. Management then declares a Cash dividend which the shorts have to pay from their pockets. The stock soon crosses $10 a share and the big institution then pile in. The stubborn shorts still have more than 15 million shares short ( there are about 20 million short now) and the roast is on. They are on the wrong side of the bet and have to unwind. Buy you short pig, buy my stock................ if you can. I might just keep it as it moves over $20 / share.
That is the other side of this fool(s) introduction of $2.90 and 1.99 / share mindset "question". Don't let the shorts manipulate you my fellow longs. Call them out and bolster your position on the dips.
Don't be the one who looks back with regret that you did not buy more shares in the $3.33 range.
It is quiet now and we know this is now a "trading" stock. Take advantage of the swings and prosper.
BlackRock Institutional Trust and Fund Advisors combined own 5% outstanding per Top Institutional Holders data.
Smarter than the poster talking about the cover over his orifice being stuck??
Facts are starting to surface
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- RetailMeNot Inc. SALE-19.56% said Thursday that reports about changes Google Inc. GOOGL+1.02% has made to its search-ranking technology "greatly overstate" the impact Google's moves have on the digital-deal marketplace. RetailMeNot shares fell more than 16%, to $25.90, after Google made changes to its Panda 4.0 search-ranking system that reports said eliminated as much as 33% of RetailMeNot's traffic. In a statement, RetailMeNot said, "It is too early to judge any potential impact of the latest Google algorithm change," and that about 35% of its traffic came from sources other than search engines during the first quarter of the year.
Sentiment: Strong Buy