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A U.S. court decision last week likely will embolden short-sellers by ruling their allegations...

A U.S. court decision last week likely will embolden short-sellers by ruling their allegations against Canadian miner Silvercorp (SVM) are essentially protected on freedom of speech grounds. Jon Carnes, the investor behind the Alfred Little site SVM outed, says he now feels free to publish new allegations, hinting they may involve recent SVM statements he believes are misleading.
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  • Maninder Batra
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    this is nothing but corruption .spreading farcical rumors to sell stocks and cripple companies.shows that the us system has no legitimacy and that usa has become a mafia state where certain elites can get away with anything.
    22 Aug 2012, 11:38 AM Reply Like
  • bhbf08
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    I hope so ... i'm short via Puts on this thing! Take 'em down!
    22 Aug 2012, 12:50 PM Reply Like
  • geo8211
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    isnt this about 1 week old by now seems they still spamming about it to try and trip up the HFT algos. oops. they should have done the story on friday then. aug 17 2012.

     

    but svm already filed a appeal
    http://bit.ly/P3kHbh

     

    ps jon carnes lackey of eosfunds are shorting zagg as well.

     

    go yahoo messageboards and do a search they are behind worthlesspennies and a few other seeking alpha names.

     

    meaning they are pumpers and bashers hired.

     

    also curious eosfunds own many of the accused chinese frauds and convicted frauds. and their funds generally had a very bad track record losing probably 90% of investor money.

     

    they could be possibly operating like goldman sachs and shorting their clients invested interests after pumping their fraud caps.

     

    so Judge Edmead should look at their moral character as well.
    anthion management clearly got it wrong after their studies were proven by jon carnes himself to be wrong but wont admit it himself.

     

    he exposed himself as an incompetent distorter because he fails at researching and being objective. that is what happens when you deal with a company you have no ties with unlike his previous fraud exposing his own investments.

     

    too bad.
    23 Aug 2012, 09:19 AM Reply Like
  • p2invest
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    Alfred Little profiles say that he (Jon Carnes) has over 35 years of investing experience. Not bad for someone born in 1973 (age 39-40). Either he started investing prior to age 4 or he likes to exaggerate everything. Which is it Jon, delusion or con?
    22 Nov 2012, 10:55 PM Reply Like
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