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SIGA Technologies, Inc. Message Board

wallstcrookbuster 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 21, 2014 10:36 AM Member since: Sep 16, 2004
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  • wallstcrookbuster wallstcrookbuster Nov 21, 2014 10:36 AM Flag

    And some hold stocks like this that keep going down long enough until the stock goes BK and they lose their complete investment in the stock. Not saying this will go BK , although this company has almost no revs, loses millions every QT, and will soon run out of cash unless they get back in bed with the pipers again to really dilute the next time.
    Actually, I've made money this year trading this real low to higher, but I doubt any reward is worth the risk now.,...but but but.. Ok, back to "occupying" something

  • As some here seem to think. They have complete inside info and start shorting much higher than the offer price on fake pumps as a company releases what appears to be good news. They can short against their own shares (or shares to be) without any risk. They probably were shorting months before the deal(s) were released. The only ones that lose money on stocks like this are retailers that buy into the hype. Some retailers might make money if they hang on long enough to a stock like this, but most lose. Wallst is crooked to the core and controls most of our gov leaders to make the scams legal.

  • wallstcrookbuster by wallstcrookbuster Oct 16, 2014 9:30 AM Flag

    Who trade with inside info. They can simply short against their own shares without any risk , drive the pps down, then cover with shares sold by others out of fear. Thus they have then lowered their average significantly. Under worse case for them, they just cover with their own shares which they probably never have to do. It's a criminal racket imo that the SEC allows, knowing it is the same as stealing from the average retail investor. If you are very lucky and only buy near the bottom, then it's easy money to be made; but is any average retail investor lucky here???? Wallst is crooked to the core and conrols most of our gov leaders who invest their own money with them; you can lose your last penny betting against that.

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    Big buyers of RO shorting

    by wallstcrookbuster Sep 22, 2014 10:07 AM
    wallstcrookbuster wallstcrookbuster Sep 22, 2014 10:29 AM Flag

    You could be right. Why don't we just keep averaging down at each low point and see if we lose it all, or maybe get lucky. One never knows for sure what the future holds; it's just play money anyway.

  • wallstcrookbuster by wallstcrookbuster Sep 22, 2014 10:07 AM Flag

    Must be with this type action. That's a major problem with SEC rules imo. Large holders of a stock should not be allowed to short that same stock in order to manipulate the pps to their advantage. In addition, management of a company should never be allowed to short their stock or loan it out in any manner for someone else to short the stock. Wallst is crooked to the core.

  • Why would our GOV want to deal with any company or management team after they have been "judged" in the wrong..over and over.

  • Make their easy money going up with inside info. You know who I'm talking about. Easy to hide from general public; take loans against their stock when pps is at the top and let the investment bankers do the hedging/shorting for them. Wallst is crooked to the core. SEC rules allow all types of crooked schemes; but that's expected since the wallstcrooks owns and many of our Gov leaders....jmho

  • Then PIP can take over the DRUG and the Barda contract so that an honorable company and management team can finish the contract. SIGA shareholders should consider loading up on PIP stock so they can get some of their money back. SIGA management and you know who have really "stuck it to" the other shareholders...who hopefully will file a class action lawsuit against them for making so many bad decisions that were not in the best interest of all shareholders.

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