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  • GaryLee276
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    Nice Article. Keep in touch on SA. I bought more on the dip yesterday.
    5 Oct 2012, 10:51 PM Reply Like
  • Valueplay98
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    Mikey great write up. Thanks !

     

    ps thestreetsweeper.com (you're missing the "the")
    6 Oct 2012, 11:22 AM Reply Like
  • gethigh
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    Thanks for your insights. I am also long on QCOR having gotten in the 20s. I definitely think things got blown out of proportion to the point where QCOR was being vilified as a snake oil salesman. Obviously there are risks in any investment, but I think the negatives were being sensationalized by opportunists. I feel bad for those that got in the 50s+ but at least we get to buy QCOR on the cheap. Let's hope the Fed. probe comes out clear and the earnings once again proves QCOR as solid business.
    7 Oct 2012, 12:20 AM Reply Like
  • SGV49
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    Your article confirmed my primary investing thesis for QCOR, it's too cheap to ignore its potential for a huge comeback and all the concerns for future revenue have been overblown. Thanks.
    7 Oct 2012, 01:20 AM Reply Like
  • It'sAllGood
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    Thank you for your expertise and intrepretation. I appreciate your post.
    7 Oct 2012, 01:25 AM Reply Like
  • It'sAllGood
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    Mikey, thanks for sharing your expertise and interpretation of the bulletin. As an investor unfamiliar with healthcare jargon, I would not have come to the same conclusion as you. It seems that many investment journalists could not either, which explains why the initial reaction was negative in the stock price. It still amazes me how a gang of short investors/hedge funds can take down a legitimate company with a beneficial product. I have never been involved with a battleground stock before and it helps to be informed from the investment community to stay the course.
    7 Oct 2012, 01:26 AM Reply Like
  • hnjadeja
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    I conquer. I have confidence in acthar and expect Hugh success..
    7 Oct 2012, 01:26 AM Reply Like
  • Danburydude
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    Good for you to be able to do this. I am new to QCOR after researching what has happened. When I saw the slime balls behind the attacks, I knew long term this is stock is fine. Today's actions confirmed how a fairly decent stock can be manipulated in a concentrated attack .
    The government investigation is a concern, but I believe the company, pricing, and sales figures are just fine. To be honest, if I was this company, I would go private and tell the aggressive shorters to go find a dark corner and do physical acts to themselves no one wants to see.
    Good luck with your blog.
    7 Oct 2012, 01:26 AM Reply Like
  • Danburydude
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    Congrats on starting a blog .I am newly long to QCOR. Doing research I found the recent story compelling.
    This was obviously a planned attack by a group of questionable characters. The lengths they will go to was obvious by today's actions. I believe the company is basically sound in structure.
    The government investigation is a concern. However, I believe this company has been so beaten up, the downside risk, compared to upside risk, is too great to pass up. My personal advice would be to take the company private, and let the shorts end up in a dark corner doing physical acts to themselves no one wants to see.
    Again, congrats on your new blog.
    7 Oct 2012, 01:27 AM Reply Like
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