Search under "B" for bottom-feeders. First listing!
You'll find them under "P" for parasite scammers.
Search under "B" for bottom-feeding, sc*m s*cking message board scammers. First on the list!
You don't get it. Their job isn't to pick stocks. It is to get you to subscribe to their market letter.
Do a search for any of the following: --low-life; bottom-feeder; sc*m-s*cker; parasite. First listing each time.
Search should be for bottom-feeder message board scammer. First on the list!
Did the Google search and found those guys listed under bottom-feeding, message board spammers!
Calls every morning. If Verizon can't deal with this, we are going to dump Verizon. We are not shareholders. Why would anyone want to own stock in a company whose management allows its customers to be spammed on a daily basis?
And for $36.00, you can get a burger for $36.00 at the 21 Club in NY and have great rest rooms!
We are talking about McDonalds new SIRLOIN BURGER, nothing else.
Mine was awful.
Was it a problem with the burger? Or the recipe? Or did the local McDonalds just cook it wrong?
As a long time shareholder, I wanted to try the new sirloin burger. It was really awful. Overcooked; dry; grey; burnt on the edges. The package says "juicy". No way. I thought it had been left standing too long and sent it back. They made me a "fresh" one. Still overcooked, dry and grey. The overriding taste was salt.
If McD is counting on the sirloin burger to turn the company around, shareholders have a real problem.
I don't think Yahoo actually sold them the rights although, in order to up the "eyeball" count, middle managers are prepared to look the other way. Basically, enabling these posts makes Yahoo a third rate company.
Ever wonder why Yahoo sells at an industry low p/e. The answer is because their employees have so little pride in their company that they enable these bottom feeders.
People on this board ask why Yahoo has such a low value after removing BABA. SMV is the answer.
Any company whose employees facilitate a spammer who steals from paying advertisers is third rate at best and clearly deserves an industry low p/e.
When SMV and his spam posts and all similar posts disappear, that will be a step in Yahoo improving its value. Until then, Yahoo is third rate.