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ryugo82 146 posts  |  Last Activity: 7 hours ago Member since: Jul 9, 2009
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    ryugo82

    by trader_v03 Mar 24, 2014 9:36 PM
    ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 24, 2014 10:19 PM Flag

    also even though I have a CS background I started off in economics. But found it boring because it was too easy and useless information which I should have already known. it is mostly common sense. But I know for a fact this market is essentially defying logic. Everyone knows it. But I also took psychology before and know that the market makers are controlling the market.

    so if you want to play this market you will just have to read the minds of these market manipulators.
    so far I think I have a 60-70% success rate but everything is correct except the silver market I already know why. but I cannot leave silver alone somehow.

    my gut and feeling tells me at least keep some money in it and to stay to the end no matter what.

    other things:
    ps I hardly use facebook I only have accounts for either lurking or getting promotions/discounts then delete data.

    I usually use fake accounts that 2-3 billion users = fake: real users are likely in the 500 million-1 billion range or divide it by a factor of 3.

    also luckily I have adblocker so I do not see any stupid ads.
    I would suggest installing the extension: the way it is used

    = hosts
    file under
    windows
    system32
    drivers
    etc
    folder

    I suggest using them to deny facebook of revenue.
    google can still make revenue if you use their search so it is much less relevant for blocking google if somehow you have something against them.

    I just do not like facebook because the founder stole from his friends and when he was a hacker as well he now trolls hackers.

    almost all innovators were essentially hackers btw
    the engineer from apple Steve Wazniak was a hacker as well.

    also I already said to invest in LIVING skills.
    learn to do things yourself efficiently. do not rely on idiots to do everything.

    you really do not need a whole lot of money to live and enjoy life anyway.

    just need a place to live.
    a decent home without all the government fees would cost about 50k to build.

  • Reply to

    ryugo82

    by trader_v03 Mar 24, 2014 9:36 PM
    ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 24, 2014 10:08 PM Flag

    I try not to leave a trail online and lurk to absorb information.
    I usually only post when forced to by trolls.

    I actually only started posting a few years ago as I was mostly observing people and absorbing information but some idiots keep on #$%$ me off and were giving bad information, and I was more or less forced to act.

    IMO the best leaders are also ones whom do not want the position of leadership but because of the circumstances they are forced into these positions.

    and usually those that want the leadership positions are usually the worst leaders where they want to abuse power.

  • Reply to

    ryugo82

    by trader_v03 Mar 24, 2014 9:36 PM
    ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 24, 2014 10:05 PM Flag

    I do not give out my real email address online I am sorry.

    I am a Computer Science major
    btw if you were wondering.

    which is why I know much more than
    most on technology here. especially compared to some people whom say to invest in this or that.
    Also right now I am somewhat busy as well.
    I am trying to learn a few new things so I do not have too much time to spend debating people here I do not work on these boards for a living after all I hate yahoo mb as well.

    remember oopsie now ddd is collapsing to a small extent. 3d printing.

    I already said the innovation is being made in the hacking space of course. large companies are buying up the innovators hoping to capture them but the innovation is with the developers and engineers not the company themselves.

    maybe they can steal the patents for a while to stop innovation but eventually time will come when that will not work.

    for silver:
    as for svm. look at the whole market today isn't it just amazing?
    maybe they finally realize the silver mining space is dead until silver actually goes up.

    but it is pretty much svm being one of the last ones standing at this point as far as which ones may actually survive the carnage

    I said this may happen as well which was why I said to the miner companies to put in a silver deliverable dividend policy but not one of these miners wanted to listen.

    so I give up persuading real investors as they don't actually want to hold the metal.

    if you were wondering:
    I'll just keep stacking silver/gold away on my own time.
    ps: my portfolio of stocks is the ultra conservative: play

    necessary goods: 50% of my portfolio

    energy
    food
    water

    wall street cannot short those without destroying and killing people off.
    because people will starve

    20% is currently physical gold + silver

    my more risk prone to economics play
    of course has
    20%
    gold/silver stocks
    tech stocks etc
    10% =cash

    later on I plan to get some land as well and have an automation system I build myself.
    if I can get past gov

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 24, 2014 5:53 PM Flag

    I absorb all information but idiots traders want to glorify certain websites way too much.

    and they do not even know their information is bad.
    that is what is so bad about it.

    and some of the bashers here want to keep citing bad sources as well to support their information?

    yes yahuh.

    but the whole thing is wall street relies on these bad websites to keep their charade up and running that goes for barrons as well.

    I will bash barrons now as they sold out to the wall street gangsters to pocket some money.

    but I bet 99% of news agencies do this already anyway.
    no information is really reliable anyway.

    people need to judge the truth for themselves and do their own research.
    look into the psychology of these criminals to read their inner demons and then front run the front runners.

    this is poker after all and not black jack.

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 24, 2014 5:45 PM Flag

    seems most of my other posts got deleted thanks to yahoo...

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 24, 2014 4:43 PM Flag

    The editors of Seeking Alpha have much to be proud of. They also need to take action to address some serious shortcomings.

    Created in 2004 by David Jackson, an ex-Morgan Stanley technology analyst, the investor Website is widely read by individual and professional investors. At last count, according to the site, Seeking Alpha attracts about nine million unique visitors a month, an impressive achievement for a financial Website.

    Seeking Alpha's content is written not by a staff of full-time salaried journalists but by literally thousands of self-directed investors and other students of the market, many of whom choose to use pseudonyms rather than their real names on the top of their articles. Each day, there are close to 250 fresh articles taking both positive and negative views of stocks and other investments.

    Advocates of this high-volume approach to populating an investment Website argue that the "wisdom of the crowds" helps provide greater efficiency to the valuing of stock prices than can be provided by traditional sites.

    Indeed this approach got a shot in the arm earlier this week. The Wall Street Journal wrote about an academic study of Seeking Alpha's content over several years. Written by professors at Georgia Tech, Purdue, and City University of Hong Kong, the study found that the site predicted stock returns, as well as earnings surprises, above and beyond what was evident from Wall Street analyst reports and financial news articles.

  • Reply to

    774K Shares Last trade

    by framinghamdavid Mar 21, 2014 4:08 PM
    ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 21, 2014 5:46 PM Flag

    that is correct it usually occurs when too many are trying to trade at once.

  • Reply to

    774K Shares Last trade

    by framinghamdavid Mar 21, 2014 4:08 PM
    ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 21, 2014 4:28 PM Flag

    at this point I can conclude The group Jon Carnes is working with likely wants this stock dead no matter what since it got him into so much trouble the only thing is the company does't have any debt.

    so it will never go bankrupt in their life time until silver really tanks extremely hard where all miners die off.
    99% are already losing money at this point that makes the most sense

    remember the stock market is all about poker not blackjack.

    statistics mean nothing and everything even more so now has to do with whom bluffs the best in this market when you deal with banksters.

    so for now they can do whatever they want.
    good luck guys but anyway lets see how long they can play their games
    and how many trolls they can send.

    not like many are even buying here mostly just algo trading.

    anything over 500k is algo trading after all not real traders. we know this for a fact.

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 21, 2014 11:55 AM Flag

    ahem not simply but I have already PROVEN JON CARNES IS A FRAUD 2 years ago.
    using simple logic and calculations

    what happens in the silver space can stay in the silver space but that guy needs to be put down by the authorities.

    recently people have alleged already the FBI and the SEC are getting proof of fraud by their group.
    certain banksters just need to be put down.

    he is not too big to fail yet so too bad for him

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 21, 2014 11:44 AM Flag

    comments from users:

    What do you think?
    Anthony H
    I am so sorry for all the American investing public who lost their hard earned money at the desperation of regulators to build a case, and delist good companies, and innocent bankers, at the behest of the Jon Carnes crime family and its racist counterparts. I particularly like the Jeffrey Bloom story on this page as well.

    March 19, 2014
    Reply
    Simon Simpson
    Sometimes the regulators have the right intentions, buts lets not kid each other – the power of the short sellers and the payouts of money to the short sellers, makes for a terrible spill of the milk. What we need is accountability for the Leslie Nortons of the world, who ruin people’s lives. Crooks like Dune Lawrence who takes bribes.

    March 19, 2014
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    Rod S
    Barron’s writers Leslie Norton and Bill Alpert are either dirty as hell or dumb as hell. It sure sounded like they are both. Another interesting article exposing Jon Carnes: http://theblot.com/real-life-wolf-wall-street-jon-carnes-caught-7714093

    March 19, 2014
    Reply
    Tood P.
    The capital market is full of these fraudulent characters like Jon Carnes, Leslie Norton, Bill Alpert or Ed Knight. Dirty politics and market manipulators work hand in hand.

    March 20, 2014

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 21, 2014 11:32 AM Flag

    “Roddy Boyd Is dirty” — Former FBI Agent

    According to investigators, FBI agents in New York have been investigating for years the curiously close links between Boyd’s stories and his father, Michael Boyd’s, short selling stock positions. The father-son dealings have allowed the pair to reap tens of millions of dollars in illicit profits. FBI agents are suspicious of the Boyd family’s alleged lengthy “short and distort” stock manipulating schemes that may have spanned a decade.
    “Roddy Boyd is dirty. There is a file on him,” stated a former supervising agent of the FBI in New York.
    Since the arrest of the Huang and the confessions of his crimes, Barron’s Leslie Norton and Bill Alpert have been silent. The tabloid duo has refused to comment on the Carnes frauds.

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 21, 2014 11:32 AM Flag

    Jon Carnes Mocks Law Enforcement, Blames the SEC

    According to a source, at a recent event, captured stock fraudster Carnes lashed out at securities regulators in Canada and the U.S., calling Canada’s chief securities regulator, Paul C. Bourque, “ignorant” while waiving a “middle finger” at SEC chief Mary Jo White, calling her “unfair and stupid.” Carnes vowed to “hold accountable those public servants at the BCSC who have ignored my warnings about SVM.”

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 21, 2014 11:32 AM Flag

    “After believing the information Carnes fed them, Barron’s published very negative stories about Silvercorp, and even the SEC Commissioner Troy Paredes was misled, waving our stories praising Carnes and Barron’s while blaming all the problems on China.”
    “Because Barron’s always wrote lies about China and Bloomberg News was banned in China, they were naturally on our list of foolish journalists.”
    “Ordered by Jon Carnes, we sent our lies to the Nasdaq Stock Market’s legal department and listing department, led by China ‘hater’ Ed Knight. Nasdaq believed in Jon Carnes and delisted several Chinese companies, including A-power, Deer Consumer Products, Wonder Auto … Jon Carnes had sold short in all of them.”
    “We played Barron’s Leslie Norton and Bill Alpert … and duped Nasdaq stock market.”
    “Jon Carnes also paid Roddy Boyd more than $100,000 in bribes to assist Leslie Norton and Bill Alpert with their false stories against China.”
    “With the great help from Barron’s and Bloomberg, we made a lot of money shorting the stocks by blaming those Chinese companies … I ask the court for leniency in consideration of me telling the truth.”

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 21, 2014 11:32 AM Flag

    Confessions of the Jon Carnes Crime Family: “We Played Journalists and Duped Nasdaq”

    On Sept. 28, 2013, Barron’s magazine published a glowing article titled “The High Price of Digging Up Dirt in China,” authored by Barron’s Leslie Norton and Bill Alpert. Norton and Alpert praised Carnes, sympathized with Kun Huang and blamed the Chinese authorities for catching these criminals. While in China, court documents from various sources revealed disturbing confessions of Huang’s lengthy schemes against the investing public in America and in Canada.
    In a failed attempt to reduce his sentencing, Huang confessed in tears to the court that it was his boss, Carnes, who had “ordered and enticed our Chinese team with lots of money” to “tell lies about Silvercorp and a dozen other U.S.-traded Chinese companies to cause them to be delisted by the Nasdaq … Jon Carnes had sold short in all of those names … Jon Carnes had paid us out of his short selling profits.”
    Huang pointed his finger squarely at Jon Carnes and blamed him for his legal troubles:
    “Jon Carnes told us to feed our lies to some uninformed American journalists — Bloomberg’s Dune Lawrence, Barron’s magazine’s Leslie Norton and Bill Alpert … and others who believed the lies …We picked them because they had never written anything positive about China.”

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 21, 2014 11:31 AM Flag

    since yahoo wont let us post links lets post the content of the article:

    The conviction of the Carnes crime family followed Canadian and U.S. securities regulators’ similar findings of crimes committed by Carnes through his fraudulent EOS Holdings. Last December, Canadian regulators announced Carnes’s indictment alleging securities frauds. In a press release, the British Columbia Securities Commission, assisted by the SEC and the FBI, called Carnes “a major fraud.”
    As reported in “Canada’s New York Times,” The Globe and Mail, Carnes “lied about his investing experience and created a fake research group, fake names and fake research in order to help him profit from his negative reports, including his report on Silvercorp.” According to the regulator, Carnes started eyeing Silvercorp in June 2011. At the time, one of his employees started gathering information for the negative Silvercorp report and said, “Let’s whack [Silvercorp] before others beat us to [it].” Carnes started building his short position in Silvercorp in August 2011. When Carnes caught wind that other short sellers were targeting Silvercorp, he said, “We gotta nail [Silvercorp] quick. I think everyone is about to be onto it.”
    Lies and Bribes: Jon Carnes Paid Tabloid Writer Roddy Boyd $100,000 in Bribes to Engage in Securities Frauds

    There is abundant evidence that shows that Boyd makes a living taking bribes from illegal stock short sellers in exchange for writing false articles about America’s public companies. Roddy Boyd was exposed and deeply implicated in the Carnes frauds. Illegal stock selling is the distortion of a company’s business in order to drive down its share price so that stock short sellers make money from panicking selling investors in the public market.

  • Reply to

    SVM Insider Selling

    by fsu2379 Mar 19, 2014 11:16 PM
    ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 21, 2014 11:27 AM Flag

    you look at canadian files for canadian companies not USA filings.

    we had to point this out to asianvest 1-3 years ago before he got his data.

    he finally got some useful skills after we lectured him.
    but to each his own.

    but instead of doing good with it he works for his boss spamming these boards.
    good luck anyway.

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 15, 2014 2:45 PM Flag

    if no one wants them then you can eat it. for medicine:)

    maybe not all of it though cough cough.
    you will get blue balls.

    you might like it.

  • Reply to

    bankster suicides? nailgun

    by ryugo82 Mar 14, 2014 7:27 PM
    ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 14, 2014 7:32 PM Flag

    Edmund (Eddie) Reilly, 47, a trader at Midtown’s Vertical Group, jumped in front of an LIRR train at 6 a.m. near the Syosset train station.

    did someone push him?
    hmm?

  • bankster suicides as you have guessed it another one has been OFFED shall we say.
    might be old news but more reports.

    some studies have found it hard to believe that someone would shoot themselves so many times with a nail gun before dying.

    ahem shall we say murder?

    careful guys if you work in the bankster industry and especially if you know too much you could be next.
    our bashers should be extra careful they don't get put to the test.

    someone in the government may be trying to cover these murders up for our perpetrators.

  • Reply to

    Less

    by wapitibugle Mar 12, 2014 3:47 PM
    ryugo82 ryugo82 Mar 12, 2014 11:28 PM Flag

    so if oopsie point is well understood then that means the other mines are a better short than svm.

    common sense please :p

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