Me anal, maybe. You sloppy, lazy and condescending to the members of this board re your need to "simplify the numbers" for them, definitely. Dude, you were off by 50% and 100%. Not even close.
I'm not an option player or understand-er, but is a possible strategy to sell puts and drive the share price down so shares get put to you?
"PANL will have your guns and be forcing abortions on you before they put you in a concentration camp for white people."
C'mon, that's pretty funny.
"God has given me this power -- it's the power of good vs. evil."
That kind of talk used to get you thrown into a sanitarium. I've been noting the verbiage in his articles. I thought it was hyperbole, but add in this quote and it seems more like a messianic complex to me now.
Just so you know, nobody cares what you think, and few care about day to day price fluctuations.
Where the stock will be 1, 2, 4 years out is why most are here.
In December 2000, the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) announced disciplinary action against Asensio for a long list of violations. Among them were misleading performance claims, anonymous Internet postings, and disregard of short-sale rules. Asensio was censured, fined $75,000, and required to pass the NASD exam again.
At the time, Asensio was no stranger to disciplinary action. Although not disclosed in NASD's news release, the $75,000 fine was not his first. It was his fifth.
His previous violations were:
A $2,000 fine the same year (2000) for 24 violations of the requirement that orders be accepted or declined within 20 minutes.
A $2,500 fine levied in 1998 for failing to maintain required staff training and continuing education programs for 1996 and 1997.
A $1,000 fine and censure in 1997 for failing to file papers with the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board about a deal he had negotiated.
A $7,500 and censure in 1994 for violating NASD by-laws and rules of fair practice. The violations were "effecting more than 10 principal trades as a $5,000 broker dealer" and "participating as selling group member in two municipal securities underwritings in violation of restriction letter."