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  • Stay Away From DryShips [View article]
    Thanks ramisle, can't argue with you for your information. However, I like trading DRYS and am waiting patiently for patterns to form.
    Mar 26 10:17 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • King sells off following IPO [View news story]
    I've been playing Candy Crush as well as another King game for the past few days, and I predict King will go down further. Long ZNGA.
    Mar 26 10:10 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • High Volatility Creates Trading Opportunities For Marijuana Stock, Growlife [View article]
    My view, and I looked into this stock because a friend decided to "invest" in it, is its potential for growth is limited by the legalization of pot. As marijuana becomes legalized throughout the country, the price will drop, there will be premium brands, and the home grower will become a hobbyist. Growlife is great at promoting itself, but not much else. $800 for their product? Too much when pot becomes legalized.
    Mar 24 01:10 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Seeking Alpha Crowd Wisdom Predicts Future Stock Returns [View article]
    I'm a little late in posting as it's way after the two day window of comments, but could SA flash me notices on articles where I have just "liked" a comment. It flashes me when I comment, but there are many articles I read, "like", but don't comment that are hard to reference afterwards.

    There seems to be no other way to suggest to editors of SA than through these posts on articles they write.

    Thanks for SA and all the good work that comes out of your site. I'm really surprised that WSJ published such a positive article on SA. It was after cancelling my subscription to the Journal and focusing on SA that I really started making serious money. I like reading the Journal, but it is mostly (99.9%) irrelevant to making money.
    Mar 24 10:55 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Seeking Alpha Crowd Wisdom Predicts Future Stock Returns [View article]
    Thanks on the link, Paul. It's not unlike the long/short comments on some stocks here on SA.
    Mar 24 10:49 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Not 'Crushing' On King Digital Entertainment IPO [View article]
    I would agree with the author. I have just tried Candy Crush which begs for money more than any game I've played (not many). It's rating stars on iTunes is at a 3 for some reason (probably because you can't get through a level without paying $.99. Frankly, that is the challenge for me, not paying.
    Mar 24 09:11 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Seeking Alpha Embraces Pseudonymity [View article]
    So, thanks for the explanation. Question was, "how did some contributors give two pseudonyms if SA was so diligent about knowing whom these anonymous authors are. I appreciate this site as its standard is higher than Yahoo Finance Message Boards. But then you don't screen commentators, and why not? Do the same so someone cannot hide behind two or more blank profiles dissing authors or stocks.
    Mar 19 05:18 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Galena: A Good Investment Gone Bad [View article]
    I agree with you 100% on this. I am a reluctant long, and fortunately can trade myself out of a small loss. Thanks for the article.
    Mar 18 09:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gale down 20% premarket [View news story]
    Poteat, Well, I wouldn't sell now. Much like riding a rodeo horse, there's a good and bad time to get off. Getting bucked off (reacting to bad news) is not good. I'd rather look at the markets reaction to this via price and volume. Today may be a day to purchase more, or sit on the sidelines.
    Mar 18 08:42 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Behind The Scenes With Dream Team, CytRx And Galena [View article]
    How about establishing credentials like journalist in newspapers. Then you could have credentialed contributors, and those that choose to remain totally anonymous. Same for commentators like me. Make those standards high, verified by SA staff, and non-published. Then SA would also have a responsibility for the credibility of its articles.
    Mar 14 01:16 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Behind The Scenes With Dream Team, CytRx And Galena [View article]
    Now we've talked this all out. I think Seeking Alpha should have some legal contract for their contributors that makes writing misleading, paid articles a basis for breach of contract with SA as it damages their reputation. Further, those of us writing comments should also have something that verifies us. This site is feeling very Yahoo Finance to me.
    Mar 14 11:21 AM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Behind The Scenes With Dream Team, CytRx And Galena [View article]
    That is my suspicion as well, the common link. But a Director is just that and the CEO executes, and gets executed as well.
    Mar 14 10:57 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Behind The Scenes With Dream Team, CytRx And Galena [View article]
    gatlingg, I skimmed this article quickly the first time, and this AM read it carefully. This article is not the actual investigation by the SEC. It exposes the relationship between GALE, CYTR and TDT. As Bryce_in_TX is, I, too, am disturbed by the relationship. I am still long though. Bryce pointed out he was deceived into supporting GALE by quoting articles from the Dream Team in his blog. Having a corporation employ such a disreputable company as the Dream Team didn't seem like such a big deal a week ago, but now knowing the depth of the relationship and the duplicitous relationship of the information available on GALE makes me a very reluctant long. I'll stay a few more days, but I'm done with this company.
    Mar 14 10:23 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 2 Black Swans That Could Crush The Housing Market [View article]
    I wouldn't necessarily blame foreigners for your local real estate problems. They are infusing your country with fresh capital, and had we allowed a liberalized program for foreigners here in the USA to purchase homes in exchange for green cards, we might have been able to get rid of a lot of houses this way.
    Mar 13 12:34 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 2 Black Swans That Could Crush The Housing Market [View article]
    Good article. Does Congress have the courage to axe FNMA or FMCC? It may affect housing if they can actually cut the umbilical, but being short the builders predicated on Congressional action? Not me.
    Mar 12 10:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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