Mike Farmwald/Seeking Alpha is the same guy who was very vocal, and very wrong about the Markman ruling. What gets me is that almost anyone can post anything on Seeking Alpha regardless of facts, with no ramifications. Hopefully the SEC will one day wake up to this and do something about it. In the meantime, I am not going to dignify the latest garbage piece with a response. Obviously Farmwald has an agenda. Are people really allowing this #$%$ to influence their investment decisions? I realize when it comes out under Yahoo news, it looks like new, but people come on.
Seeking Alpha . I find it amusing that every time the shorts are hurting, a seeking Alpha story comes out. I would hope that people can see Seeking Alpha for what it is, a tool with no accountability. Though I do think one day the SEC will change that. Given that almost anyone can write a story and Seeking Alpha will put it out, even if it’s a complete fabrication, without fact checking. Sometimes at least the stories have a grain of truth, blown out of proportion and taken the wrong way. Those are at least clever. It doesn’t matter though, Seeking Alpha will publish anything.
I for one find it amusing, their suggestion of taking your money off the table and playing only with house money. The stock is way up and mostly profitable to most people. This suggestion sounds like another desperate attempt by shorts to encourage selling. The squeeze must be painful and perhaps just beginning. Nice try though.