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shortfishfry 31 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 9, 2016 10:19 AM Member since: Mar 14, 2013
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  • shortfishfry shortfishfry Feb 9, 2016 10:19 AM Flag

    Lil' Troll - we're finally on the same page! You'll find me on the bid to collect those free shares around $1 if your daddy is able to get it there.
    Let's do this again!

  • shortfishfry shortfishfry Feb 4, 2016 10:58 AM Flag

    there you are...you guys must have been given a day off yesterday. welcome back to your AMRN shift! Hopefully you and lil troll got your rest. Now back to the MBMC grind....i'm sure it's depressing.

  • It's boring around here without the usual FUD and insults.

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    .78...."Sell, sell, sell" - down6ground

    by shortfishfry Jan 28, 2016 10:55 PM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Feb 2, 2016 8:59 AM Flag

    "ham_on_4"... i don't get this alias. I'm sure it's a porn reference. help us out lil' troll.

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    .78...."Sell, sell, sell" - down6ground

    by shortfishfry Jan 28, 2016 10:55 PM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Feb 2, 2016 8:48 AM Flag

    why don't you stick with "a round thing in your face" since that's obviously what you're used to. have fun trying to explain why you can't get retail to sell. :)

  • Reply to

    .78...."Sell, sell, sell" - down6ground

    by shortfishfry Jan 28, 2016 10:55 PM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Feb 2, 2016 8:39 AM Flag

    you're just mad because you scrapped together a false narrative but you know I'm doing just fine. And I'm on standby for a sub-$1 buy if you dummies want to give us the opportunity. i can't even imagine how much trouble you're in for failing so miserably at what you do. GS can do better than you.

  • Reply to

    .78...."Sell, sell, sell" - down6ground

    by shortfishfry Jan 28, 2016 10:55 PM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Feb 1, 2016 9:32 AM Flag

    You're just as busy at the start of this year as you were last year.
    I have money on standby... see how low you can take this buddy! I'll buy another one of your brilliant sub-$1 shorts. :)

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    $8.46 ... buy, buy, buy!!!! - shortfishfry

    by down6ground Jan 28, 2016 9:49 PM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 29, 2016 10:56 AM Flag

    Great!... so there's agreement between your aliases. If there was disagreement I'd be worried that your mental health is worse than I suspected. :)

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    $8.46 ... buy, buy, buy!!!! - shortfishfry

    by down6ground Jan 28, 2016 9:49 PM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 29, 2016 6:37 AM Flag

    So you think retail investors should be thrown in jail? You're a class act lil' troll.
    Your constant threats to imprison, combined with your alias references to "fraud fighting," and XXX innuendo, combined with your expressed desire for investors to hang themselves, run cars in closed garages, jump off buildings, etc, tells me that you're likely connected to mafia and have spent time in prison yourself.
    Even though in your post prison life you're just a boiler/basher room clerk there are legal consequences for what you do. To have a job aimed at extorting investors is quite illegal. Money goes in, the machines take the price down and pin it, and you and your uneducated buddies go to work.
    Knowing where you fall on the societal ladder brings me joy enough but I'm also happy to point out that the quotation marks around "All in" was explaining that I was "all in" with my AMRN budget which, as I explained at the time, was less than 5% of my total portfolio. Thanks to the FDA and you Wall Street clowns I own a heck of a lot more... and like most AMRN investors I have become numb to the price manipulation, numb to bashing, and completely aware of your illegal game and desiring to expose it.
    Good work!

  • You must be elated to finally be less than 100% in the hole on that horrible short last year.
    Lol!!

  • Reply to

    Management's guidance smells fishy!

    by boulderanalyst Jan 11, 2016 2:35 PM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 11, 2016 5:45 PM Flag

    boulder... i have had the same feeling for quite some time now. The timing and messaging from this Mgt team is uncanny and generally works against retail investors.

  • shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 11, 2016 11:20 AM Flag

    The high analyst estimate for Q4 was $24M according to Yahoo Finance so $26M is a solid beat on the rev side. i assume the market would expect the slower growth in Q1-2017 since the impact of coverage changes at start of year is common in the industry.

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    Amarin Share Price: To Thero

    by koleminer1 Jan 8, 2016 12:45 PM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 8, 2016 3:05 PM Flag

    Unfortunately it looks like their M.O. is to watch the price crater to the point where we don't have the option to dilute on open market without going to penny land. This 'forces' them to cut private equity deals that just happen to be with insiders, and cut less than ideal partnerships with insider connected companies in the name of survival. All the while they're rewarding themselves with free shares at rock bottom prices.
    It makes you wonder whether they're passing viable opportunities to improve share price in order to milk this cow for all it's worth. I love Vascepa but not a huge fan of the Mgt. They seem to be mostly out for themselves.
    I'm all in favor of pressuring them. They need to be held accountable and explain their direction to us rather than replying with platitudes like "we don't comment on legal matters" or "Reduce-IT enrollement is tracking on schedule", etc.

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    On the topic of blabbering...

    by shortfishfry Jan 8, 2016 11:25 AM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 8, 2016 11:38 AM Flag

    Yes lil' troll, you have been demoted from MBMP to MBMC. We can't deam someone professional who uses aliases such as "your_vaginal_mesh_is_showing", "i_love#$%$", "guntfun2", "myjunk4you", "gooforyou", "grabandyank" and the list goes on and on. Your adolescent behavior warrants the demotion to clerk. :)

  • shortfishfry by shortfishfry Jan 8, 2016 11:25 AM Flag

    Our assigned Message Board Management Clerk (MBMC) is busy this morning. He gifted us with 3 long, boring, incoherent ramblings. His computer files are littered with documents that catalog the arguments for selling your shares to his employer.
    As of late it's obvious the enemy's biggest concern is Rx growth. As long as Rx's are growing there's hope and investors will ride this out instead of selling for a loss. This is their biggest dilemma, so the campaign is to point us to other EPA food sources in hopes of discouraging potential V users from pursuing an Rx...."just eat more fish and take supplements" is the argument. A Yahoo Message Board isn't exactly the "place people go" for health advice but this argument is ripe right now as patients are experiencing health plan changes at the start of the year.
    As we have pointed out many times to this "MBMC", there's nothing stopping anyone from taking supplements and improving their diet. And, of course, there's nothing stopping a doctor from prescribing Vascepa to treat very high triglycerides or off label to address any issue related to inflammation.
    The issue with Omega 3 supplements is quality. It may pass inspections at the facility, but what happens as it ships half way across the world is another story. Vascepa has to meet higher mfg standards like any drug that must qualify their Rx facilities but also has to comply with Rx shipping and storage standards that protect it from oxidizing. By the time your OTC fish oil gets to the shelf it could very well be completely worthless from a health standpoint.
    When you get a Vascepa prescription you can be assured the regulatory required temperature controlled shipping and storage has maintained the integrity of the drug. You are getting the same quality that was tested in the Rx graded facility. And you're getting on a regiment that ensures you consume the proper dose in addition to follow-up with your doctor to monitor your response to the drug and overall health.

  • shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 7, 2016 10:06 AM Flag

    add to that your threats only make most of us here laugh. the reason you treat this as a threat is it threatens your income. How much do you lose when a thread goes missing? LOL what a pathetic job you have

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    AMRN - not garbage!

    by guntfun2 Jan 6, 2016 11:08 PM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 7, 2016 10:02 AM Flag

    This is your big day/week to cover lil' T. Work that board! Volume is looking pathetic so I'm worried for you. My guess is you'll end up with the same thing you did at beginning of 2015...new investors and current investors just buying more. Your employer's not going to be happy LT.

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    AMRN - not garbage!

    by guntfun2 Jan 6, 2016 11:08 PM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 7, 2016 9:58 AM Flag

    lil' T
    We already covered this yesterday.
    The issue with Omega 3 supplements is quality. It may pass cursory inspections at the facility, but what happens as it ships half way across the world is another story. Vascepa has to meet higher mfg standards like any drug that must qualify their facilities but also has to comply with Rx shipping and storage standards that protect it from oxidizing. By the time your OTC fish oil gets to the shelf it could very well be completely worthless from a health standpoint.
    When you get a Vascepa prescription you can be assured the regulatory required temperature controlled shipping and storage has maintained the integrity of the drug. You are getting the same quality that was tested in the Rx graded facility. And you're getting on a regiment that ensures you consume the proper dose in addition to follow-up with your doctor to monitor your response to the drug and overall health.

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    Teva

    by frenzychess Jan 6, 2016 12:46 AM
    shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 6, 2016 10:29 AM Flag

    Hey LT,
    There's nothing stopping anyone from taking supplements and improving their diet...although America has proven they won't do it. And, of course, there's nothing stopping a doctor from prescribing Vascepa to treat very high triglycerides or off label to address any issue related to inflammation.
    The issue with Omega 3 supplements is quality. It may pass cursory inspections at the facility, but what happens as it ships half way across the world is another story. Vascepa has to meet higher mfg standards like any drug that must qualify their facilities but also has to comply with Rx shipping and storage standards that protect it from oxidizing. By the time your OTC fish oil gets to the shelf it could very well be completely worthless from a health standpoint.
    When you get a Vascepa prescription you can be assured the regulatory required temperature controlled shipping and storage has maintained the integrity of the drug. You are getting the same quality that was tested in the Rx graded facility. And you're getting on a regiment that ensures you consume the proper dose in addition to follow-up with your doctor to monitor your response to the drug and overall health.
    GLTA!

  • shortfishfry shortfishfry Jan 5, 2016 11:18 PM Flag

    How about proving your "I have seen this many times" statement? Go ahead and remove your Dec 17th post titled "More pain and suffering for AMRN investors."
    SHOW us how the message thread remains after the original post is removed.
    I'd ask you to remove this original post from your yiii83 alias but i realize you follow multi-alias protocol as a Message Board Management Professional.

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