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  • Silvercorp Metals beats by $0.01, misses on revenue [View news story]
    Let's see who'll be the first to report something negative about this.
    Nov 13, 2014. 08:18 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silvercorp -12% after weak quarterly results [View news story]
    Ok, it was only taken to court to a certain person wouldn't write any more false reports, this person who wrote the results is now being investigated by the BCSC. The lawyers that were calling people to testify in court against SVM never materialized. So, no , the company was never used many times as you put it.
    Feb 16, 2014. 09:18 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Silvercorp -12% after weak quarterly results [View news story]
    Where is your proof owlusa? to make such statements with nothing to back it up?
    Feb 15, 2014. 01:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silvercorp Metals Inc misses by $0.02. [View news story]
    Glad you went over it with a fine tooth comb, and that SVM was off only by $0.02.
    Nov 17, 2013. 08:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silvercorp Management Misled Investors With A False Cash Flow Forecast And Delayed Negative News [View article]
    Hey I see the lawsuit came out, just like I predicted!
    Mar 27, 2013. 01:11 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silvercorp Management Misled Investors With A False Cash Flow Forecast And Delayed Negative News [View article]
    Now that silvercorp is finished with all these bogus lawsuits, maybe now they can get back to work. Silvercorp did good by ignoring these allegations, and sticking to doing what they do, mine.
    Mar 13, 2013. 02:06 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Silvercorp Management Misled Investors With A False Cash Flow Forecast And Delayed Negative News [View article]
    Lol last day to get your name in for your bogus lawsuit! You better be spamming hard today!! hate to see your lawyer bills..
    Feb 28, 2013. 11:25 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Silvercorp Management Misled Investors With A False Cash Flow Forecast And Delayed Negative News [View article]
    Funny, I can see people in support of the blogs comments.
    Feb 28, 2013. 11:08 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Silvercorp Management Misled Investors With A False Cash Flow Forecast And Delayed Negative News [View article]
    I have a few minutes, you state you are not short SVM, but how many clients do you have that you have them in short? Are you not an investor? Carson block thinks SVM is a good company has stopped shorting them..gee, is he someone you want to be when you grow up? you omitted pages in your rant, what about the banks projections? You forgot that page! Lying sack of $$&$. Have a wonderful day.
    Feb 28, 2013. 10:59 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Silvercorp In The Midst Of A Bear Raid? [View article]
    Excuse me, page 22.
    Jan 24, 2013. 11:02 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Silvercorp In The Midst Of A Bear Raid? [View article]
    Ok, you keep claiming you never said silvercorp was a fraud! But yet on page 20 on the court manuscript at the bottom it says based on the extensive research we detail below, we believe SVM (silvercorp) is a FRAUD and that SVM is worth at most US $1.00-$2.25 a share. So you have used the word fraud!?
    Jan 24, 2013. 10:59 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Silvercorp In The Midst Of A Bear Raid? [View article]
    Only two ppl with 7000 shares, you have to be kidding me..
    Jan 24, 2013. 05:38 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Silvercorp In The Midst Of A Bear Raid? [View article]
    How much money you going to make off of this one Jon, personal money, and for your "clients"? And after you're done with Silvercorp, you gonna move on to another company only based in China? or are you going to start on American companies, or maybe Canadian ones? Oh, why not post your earnings off this short, and all the other companies you screwed over? I'm curious how much money you made..
    Jan 24, 2013. 03:08 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Allegations of misconduct at Silvercorp's (SVM) China operations form the basis of a class-action lawsuit against the mining company and three of its senior executives, including CEO Rui Feng. They are accused of overstating financial results from SVM’s flagship Ying mine, causing investors to buy the stock at “artificially inflated and distorted" prices. SVM -0.9% premarket. [View news story]
    The other bridge loan that EOS Funds provided was to Southwest China Cement. Southwest China Cement doesn’t even exist anymore and it appears the company went bankrupt sometime in December 2010, 10 months after EOS gave a $2 Million Bridge loan to them:
    2/12/2010,

    “Eos arranged and funded a $2,000,000 bridge loan to Sichuan based Southwest China Cement, to repay existing debt in advance of a $20 million high-yield debt plus warrants financing to fund the completion of its Ziping cement plant expansion at the heart of the 2008 earthquake devastated region.”

    A search on Google of ‘Southwest China Cement’ will lead you to the linkedIn profile of the former CFO, Johnson Yang. It appears he left when the company when it went bankrupt in December 2010, according to his LinkedIn profile. He is now working for a subsidiary of Chart Industries, in Sichuan Province.
    The reason I took you through this timeline is because every investment EOS made, ended up sour and losing almost all of its value. This gave them motivation to change tactics to more desperate and unlawful manipulative measures of shorting..
    Not that shorting is unlawful, but the tactic of shorting and/or buying put options and then claiming on their own affiliated website that the companies are involved in accounting scandals in order to manipulate the price to their own advantage is not only unlawful but morally wrong. Yes, I believe in freedom of speech just as much as the District Supreme Court of New York, but I do not believe one has the freedom to speak false accusations that are designed to manipulate the price of the stock in ones’ own favor.
    After the failed bridge loan in Southwest China Cement, EOS updated its ‘News’ section of its website a whole 11 months after that investment went sour and released this statement:

    1/01/2011, “Eos refocused its resources on identifying and investing in U.S. and Canadian biotechnology and natural resource companies.” Not only does it appear that at that time in Jan
    of 2011, did EOS have a terrible investment history in every firm and loan they made equity and debt offerings to, but now they totally changed their investment course and focus. Here are EOS Fund’s last 2 remaining updates on its timeline, in chronological order: 4/15/2011 “Eos re-opened its Vancouver, British Columbia office.”
    Jan 20, 2013. 12:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Allegations of misconduct at Silvercorp's (SVM) China operations form the basis of a class-action lawsuit against the mining company and three of its senior executives, including CEO Rui Feng. They are accused of overstating financial results from SVM’s flagship Ying mine, causing investors to buy the stock at “artificially inflated and distorted" prices. SVM -0.9% premarket. [View news story]
    Submitted by an SD reader & an Individual Shareholder of SVM
    I have written a rebuttal to the recent law firms Gainey & McKenna, Bernstein Liebhard LLP, and Rosen Law Firm’s attempt to manipulate SVM’s stock price lower as it has just hit its 52 week low. I believe these firms were hired by the consortium of hedge funds under the pseudo-name “Alfred Little” which is Jon Carnes of the failed fund, EOS Funds and his partners.

    Comments to Rosen Law Firm, Bernstein Liebhard LLP, Gainey & McKenna Concerning the Recent Manipulation to SilverCorp’s Shareprice
    By: An Individual Shareholder of SVM
    1/5/2013
    The allegations and lawsuits by the aforementioned lawfirms are highly negligent at best and manipulative at worst. If one does a search about the “Alfred Little” whose real name is Jon Carnes, you will find that his fund, EOS funds failed miserably (do a google searh of “EOS Funds”).
    If you click on the “News” tab at the top of their site, they provide a timeline of investments going back to 2007. The stated objective of the EOS Fund is:
    “Eos focuses on finding early stage companies with superior management performance, capable of achieving substantial market share and high return on invested capital. These three elements make up what Warren Buffet calls a “franchise” or business that is protected from competition due to barriers to new entrants. A franchise is therefore said to have durable competitive advantages.”
    According to a list of EOS Funds investments, none of the companies it had a vested interest in were franchises. That is the first sign that Jon Carnes and his EOS Funds primary focus is not to tell the truth as they have gone against their own stated mission and objective.
    So let’s take a look at their record, and figure out why Jon Carnes, aka “Alfred Little” radically changed its posterity into “short and distort” strategies. Their first major investment was a preferred stock investment’ in China Education Alliance (CEAI) in May 2007 of $3.4 Million. The stock was not listed on a western exchange at the time, but it was listed on the (OTN Exchange) as recently as 2009 under ticker symbol (CEAI). Now, if the timeline on the EOS Funds website (whose President was Jon Carnes, aka Alfred Little) is truthful then it appears they lost almost their entire equity stake as (CEAI’s) most recent stock price is $0.52 a share. (CEAI) was hovering near $20 a share in 2009. (CEAI’s 52 week low is $0.41)
    There are numerous statements on the timeline that show the EOS Fund (if they are reporting truthful data) focused on numerous Chinese Infrastructure, Pharmaceutical, and Technology companies. So the case I just described above is 1 instance of an investment going foul. Their next investment was a $10 Million preferred stock purchase of Tianyin Pharmaceuticals (TPI) during January 2008. (TPI) was not listed on the American Stock Exchange (ASE) in Jan of 2008 but its earliest recorded price was in the $3 range in November 2008. (TPI’s) stock price as of this writing is $0.64, an extreme devaluation from the likely amount it was at in January 2008. (TPI’s 52 week low is $0.61)
    The list goes on and on of all the EOS Fund’s investments in Chinese companies that went sour. The EOS fund also did one other highly risky investment strategy which likely destroyed its total capital and cash resources; they gave bridge loans to companies that could not pay off the interest on their loans. A bridge loan is a highly risky situation when a company is insolvent and can not pay off their creditors because they have no cash flow.
    There are 2 instances of bridge loans occurring, according to the news timeline on EOS’s website:
    12/24/2009,
    “Eos arranged and funded a $1,000,000 bridge loan to MDRNA Inc., (NASDAQ: MRNA) secured by the intellectual property and equipment of the company. MDRNA is a biotechnology company focused on developing therapeutics based on RNA interference (RNAi) techonology.”
    At the time of this ‘bridge loan’ (MRNA) was trading around $34 a share. (MRNA) now trades at $0.43 and a 52 week low of $0.20 a share.
    Jan 20, 2013. 12:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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