I think it's a robo post.
I have had the same thing happening on other forums.
If Google's fimancial forums or groups were better I'd abandon Yahoo but unfortunately there's NO activity on Google.
Sometimes I think you're an idiot & others I see glimmers of intelligence!
Must be the nature of anonymous posting & I imagine my persona to be similarly enjoyable/contemptible/ignorable...
I just spent an hour trolling through (as in fish not Shrek) the Yahoo $ boards for issues with the largest price drops last Friday.
Most of them were micro caps (eg: SURG & EMAN) & I saw exactly the same progression of name calling & general antagonism from both sides (those seeking confirmation they had not wasted their capital & those bent on proving them to be idiots.)
Keep in mind that I cite SURG & EMAN as examples of equities with wayyyyy too many problems for me to even consider putting my money in them (finances don't look terrible at 1st glance but technical issues raised by knowledgable posters preclude my compulsion to reach for the wallet - sound familiar...)
In comparison; I believe CEMI has significantly better chances of success as the hurdles they face are regulatory, logistical & marketing instead of straight up technical snafu's in the products themselves (SURG & EMAN are experiencing big technical probs...)
People will get ugly when defending their own justifications for financial commitments (AKA a man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still...)
I will hold my measley 500 shares & will continue to make the vast majority of my holdings (sounds pompous huh?) in firms with long proven histories of revs & earns (EW, ESRX, AFL & you may scoff but AAPL are but a few examples) with a smattering of unrecognized issues with unlockable value (GLW already in progress & TEVA still hoping - again u may take humbrance if it pleases u) & I'll endeavor to use Philip Fisher's scuttlebutt method by listening in on forum rants BEFORE chucking hard earned cash away (it can be amusing as well as informative to eavesdrop...)
In short (hey; that was NOT short) Eureka! I now understand that micro cap boards exist so that intelligent individuals may beat each other about the head & shoulders (veiled reference to Wiggle Watchers who are blessedly absent here on the CEMI board...) & such behavior will be ever present.
Ready, set, ATTACK!
Looks more like an inverted n1pple to me.
Or maybe a skin blemish...
Wiggle Watchers are so funny (hahahahaha)
Seriously; where do you guys get this stuff?
Rush Limbaugh? Really???
Who cares about that fool?
I'm Apple to the core & that almost makes me want to buy a Windows brick...
By the way; u r now on IGNORE!
The nerve of some people huh?
Then again; imitation is the most sincere form of plagiarism (or was that flattery...)
Command + C = Angry Clapper
Love the biz model!
Over 3/4 of revs come from selling supplemental cancer insurance policies in Japan (can't think of a more cancer paranoid society than one which has had 2 nukes dropped on them & a Chernobyl incident...)
Limited liability unlike P & C or healthcare.
Currency risk minimal as US operations cover stateside costs.
Somebody puleeeeze short this back down below $40 (that's where I went long & I'd love to double up but I can't seem to get over the psychological barrier of my initial cost.)
Another wiggle watcher who can't spell 10K let alone read one.
Go back to Islamabad packy...
U need a new username cause ur on IGNORE
Google the word "troll" & all will become clear as Gorilla Glass!
Didn't Eike Batistas Dad used to be the CEO of VALE?
OMFG I can't believe I bought this (can't think of a better tag for it than yours...)
I'm gonna hold & hope a bunch of Chinamen buy cars & build high rises.
(and a bunch more of em quit diggin holes lookin for Fe)
I got one hand full of wishes & the other full of VALE (thank god not too full...)
We all battle are human nature & I too am trying to be more patient especially with Vale.
I bought it at $18 a few years ago thinking I had caught the knife but have had to bandage my fingers since then.
I still believe patience will see them back above $30.
They've divested a lot of assets & hunkered down to the core.
I notice a pattern with these huge scale commodity producers.
They have tons of FCF when times are good & since they are only accustomed to digging in the dirt & lack the imagination to allocate capital they wind up buying a lot of junk which they inevitably have to sell in lean times.
To summarize: ooooh we got lots of money; whatawedowitit?
How bout lets buy somtin & add a bunch a goodwill to the balance sheet.
Good idea; lots of depreciation & amortization to add to future FCF.
Oops we forgot about special charges to integrate acquisitions into operations.
No biggie; we got lots more cash comin in, lets do another deal!
But shouldnt we put a clawback in the exec compensation package if tings turn out bad?
Shhhhhhhhhh nobodyll notice since we can bury it with special charges.
Wash, rinse, repeat until things slow down...
Then the company slims down & you decide whether it will survive or not & try & tag the body with a value.
I admit to making a poor decision but believe they'll return from the dead.
Now if everyone in China would buy a car & build a steel framed hi rise!
If I only made ten bucks every time I sold an issue I'd have a huge frownie face & no retirement income.
I'll sit tight for 7 to 10 years per issue & enhance my returns by at least 1% to 2% over the looooooong haul!
I've noticed over the years that aanalysts can upgrade or results can improve & yet market $ can either inflate or deflate on the news.
Vice versa on downgrades & reduced earns reports...
Recently; the venerable Mr B made an interesting observation.
If your next door neighbor were to appear at your doorstep each AM & make you an offer for your home or tell you how much he'd like to sell you his home for; you'd likely pay him no mind.
If he were to continue doing this day after day; bidding & asking wildly different values on each occassion, you would eventually find his insanity to be to your benefit at which time you would buy his home and/or sell him yours.
Mr Market is a nut & should only be paid any attention when his offers suit your own fundamental analysis!
Sell side analysts should be frustrated.
Imagine having to flip & flop around all the time so brokers can churn for commissions.
Most of them really want to be buy side analysts when they grow up!