On March 31, 2014, you responded to another NAVB poster when he asked how much everyone was investing in NAVB. I guess you forgot about your reply. Here it is to refresh your failing memory:
navb2100 • Mar 31, 2014 11:31 AM
25,000 shares in at $2. Cant wait until it hits $10 then $20-$30 on buyout..... This stock will be a mega block buster in the years time come...Patience and Balls!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
It's amazing to see the lengths people will go to just to impress others they don't know and will never meet.
Ok, now you can go back to doing what you do best, calling me names. (You and lettuce have a lot in common.)
LOL!!! 75K share @$1.04???
This is an interesting note you posted just about 1 year ago:
I used to think there was so much potential with NAVB
by navb2100 • Jan 6, 2014 11:21 AM
Now after almost 3 years I have no clue and very unsure if I want to continue to hold my position or just dump it once and for all. No confidence by mgmt, shareholders, mutual funds, PE or institutional investor to take a stake in this....... Im so disappointed.... thought we be at least at 5 by now..... Less
So, now we know you were holding this stock in January/February 2011 between $2.06 and $4.25. You've been holding a losing position just hoping and waiting and praying that you can one day break even.
Like I said, you aren't fooling anyone. Lying on a chat board just to impress others is a lot easier for you than actually learning how to trade.
navb2100 - you lost your money in NAVB, too. Who are you trying to fool?
Another wannabe trader pretending he knows what he's doing.
new1 - he can't take a tax loss unless he has offsetting gains. And we all know from reading his notes that he just isn't smart enough to have those gains.
He has lost it all - he just isn't smart enough to realize it, yet.
lettuce (lol) - buying a losing stock at $3.00 and $4.00 is bad enough. Buying a stock because you think it will win a lawsuit shows your lack of knowledge involving the equity markets. However, holding a losing stock as you watch it decline in value all the way down to $0.58 is quite another lesson in stupidity, altogether.
You sure have created a lot problems for yourself. Not very smart.
being witty on an anonymous public chat board is meaningless. You should be biting your nails and wondering how you're going to replace the money you've lost.
And, one would think that with all of the time on your hands you would have been able to create a better handle than 'lettuce n tomato'. I think this is the key to why you've lost your money.
"It is just about a given..."
LOL!!! What does that mean, it's 'almost an almost' ??
It's not really a 'given', it's almost a given??
20 billion sperm and YOU were the one who made it??? (Wow!)
lettuce - see what I mean, you're confused.
How could 'new1' be, "good at making things up" if, 'no one believes anything he says'???
panabryan - ah, don't you think all of that is irrelevant now?? This stock was over $4.00 just 8 months ago and now is trading at a whopping 58 cents.
nelson - that's some great rationalization!
I hope it made you feel better because your money is gone.
Isn't he an interesting little fella?
idccnokia - you do know that Boies was just hired by SONY to handle damage control from the recent hacking, right? (That'll keep him busy! VRNG just got pushed to the back-burner!)
And, you do know that owning a stock because you believe it will win a law suit is really dumb, right? Just ask 'epiphany' and a whole host of 'others' here who have now lost their children's college money without the wife knowing because they think they know what they're doing. (They're all 'investors' and 'traders'.)
And, you do know that Wall Street isn't interested in this stock, right?
Vingo: High Court of Malaya at Kuala Lumpur orders Vringo Infrastructure to bear the legal costs of ZTE Malaysia (VRNG) : ZTE Corporation noted the High Court of Malaya at Kuala Lumpur today ordered Vringo Infrastructure to bear the legal costs of ZTE Malaysia, after Vringo withdrew an application for an interlocutory injunction against certain ZTE network products with LTE technology in Malaysia. ZTE is committed to defending a pending lawsuit in Malaysia related to the MY-142706 patent initiated by Vringo, and reserves the right to pursue all other legal actions in Malaysia and other jurisdictions to safeguard the interests of ZTE and its customers.
Gee, I hope 'epiphany' doesn't jump out of a window!
epiphany - don't run away just because you feel threatened... I didn't actually make you tell the board how your 'DD' (and 25+ years of experience in China) made you buy VRNG and lose your money. Really, I didn't embarrass you in that way.
Just because you're feeling the heat is no reason to pretend that you're putting me on ignore.
epiphany - I realize that you're hurting right now with huge losses so I won't make you feel any worse by pointing-out that you're only making yourself look ridiculous with these posts.
Instead, I'll just ask a simple question. What on earth is "calling a stock"? Is that what you think you're doing, calling a stock? What do you call it? For example, what do you call VRNG? (I mean, other than a failed company.) Do you call it, "Hey you!?" or do you have pet name for it?
Your 'DD' told you to buy VRNG and you have lost (big-time) as a result.
Your 'DD' is 'doo-doo'.
Sorry sweetie but you're just pretending and everyone here knows it.
epiphany - I guess with the money you've lost you're actually having an 'epiphany'! Too bad it's not a good one, though... you think?
But I do like how you blame it on the judicial system instead of your inability to determine good companies to buy. (I guess you're another 'DD'er, ugh??)
It just can't be that the judicial system is wrong though because your 'DD' would have told you that in the beginning, right?
And, it can't be that you're 'DD' is wrong because you know what you're doing, right??
So, if it isn't your 'DD' and it isn't the judicial system it must be YOU!
Truth is, you don't know what you're doing so you take a chance and hope and pray and when it doesn't work out (which is usually always) well, that's when you have to blame someone else. (Good job!)
Keep on blaming... unfortunately, your money is gone. And, your lack of ability in the markets will ensure that it stays away.
Very sad, indeed.