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  • What’s Good for Apple Is Good for ZAGG [View article]
    Paid to advise, paid to promote, whats the difference, u were paid by them to get them exposure...that means anything you say is a total conflict of interest zzzzzz

    I'm talking about how much TOTAL did you get paid as a promoter/advisor, I'd love to see a spreadsheet of that---you should confess your sins and beg for mercy
    Oct 14 10:23 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What’s Good for Apple Is Good for ZAGG [View article]
    Good call, now tell us how much ZAGG paid you as a stock promoter when you were hired by them...exact dollar figures please...the path to redemption begins with transparency Ian.
    Oct 14 08:55 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Quepasa: The Only Publicly Traded Social Network (Part 2) [View article]
    347242--if you were a grown up, you'd know ZAG spiked when promoters were hired and tons of PRs were issued...the stock crashed when the promoters were fired. You might think its about fundamentals, but Ian uses fundamentals as a smokescreen for what promoters really do and thats why I'm so negative on QPSA...methinks he's up to his old promoter tricks again :)
    Oct 11 02:32 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Quepasa: The Only Publicly Traded Social Network (Part 2) [View article]
    User347342, Ian Cassel is a former paid stock promoter...these are the types of characters that the SEC goes after and this is why I am so hard, you cannot trust a word they say. As for me, I have made millions piggybacking their lies and much more short selling when their lies and carefully worded misinformation eventually falls on deaf ears.

    ZAGG hired stock promoters--that was their good management decision and then the stock promoters helped them issue tons of hyped up press products mean little, you're just a victim of promoting and you don't even know it. I will expose every last stock promoter and their work and I've done a good job so far, exposing over a dozen stocks eventually halted and investigated by the SEC.

    Ian knows that and thats why he got out of the biz and like a cop chasing an ex-con, I find it difficult to believe he's gone straight...especially when he doesn't take responsibility for his past actions nor does he detail his gains from being a paid stock promoter. He looks down on my subscription products yet likely made FAR more getting compensated by companies and shareholders and issuing morally bankrupt and self-described conflict of interest research.

    Live in your fair tale world, I will show you the real world of penny stocks and it aint pretty. You're welcome.

    Oct 11 01:20 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Quepasa: The Only Publicly Traded Social Network (Part 2) [View article]
    And please do let everyone on SA know, how much $ did you make promoting--lets get a detailed breakdown of how much you were paid to get small junky companies exposure, start making amends right now, right here. Be a man
    Oct 11 10:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Quepasa: The Only Publicly Traded Social Network (Part 2) [View article]
    Ian, you're a friggin ex-stock promoter, for a very long time you didnt make $ trading and investing...I dont believe that you've EVER made $ as a stock promoter's word is worthless as too many of your friends have proven...I caught you red-handed lying on your own website, now you're making up lies about me! You can claim to take the high road, but your rep is that of a drug dealer and the crack you've sold to the kids is dozens of terrible stocks. You don't even seem remorseful about it rationalizing "not my fault people took profits". I promise you, until you make reparations to those you lied to time and again, I will be on your lying butt 100% of the time. I see a few of your other "picks" have some serious holes your "research" somehow didnt pick up on...sorry buddy, but short sellers eat liars like you for breakfast, lunch and dinner, thats why we get fat :)
    Oct 11 10:55 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Quepasa: The Only Publicly Traded Social Network (Part 2) [View article]
    I dont invest real money? Interesting research Ian, did you miss the part where I posted my 2010 performance detailing how I've made $200,000 REAL dollars in my accounts this year:

    (it's only linked on every recent post I do just so I cant counter lies from promoters such as yourself...remember the 1st time I caught you lying about one of your promoted stocks

    Don't you dare insult me, you are SEC bait and my guess is you gave up promotion because they were closing in on you and your friends, but who knows and who cares.

    Yes, it is you and your friend's fault on ZAGG and TIXC, they were artificially inflated, its not about taking profits, its about you promoters creating demand and the stocks crashing after you move on or get fired (why did ZAGG fire you?)

    Careful promoter, you're exposing your inability to do proper research and your checkered past.

    When you want to verify your gains, please do so at just as I and other traders and investors have done. Until then I won't believe a single one of your lies, especially your flawed research...for all I know you lost a ton on ZAGG and you'll go down with the ship on this one too.
    Oct 11 07:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • They Don't Get You By: Charles Payne [View instapost]
    Charles, why do you even pretend to write anything financial when your main incomes comes from promoting penny stocks? Write an article about penny stock promotion and especially how your firm had to settle with the SEC for over $400,000...that I'd be interested in reading!
    Feb 5 10:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Delusions of Grandeur in regards to the Covestor Investment Return [View instapost]
    zzzz, why don't you link to my profile instead of being a typical coward/introverted value investor calling me names behind my back? why dont you include covestor's new "cash+equities" chart to see EXACTLY how my strategy is up 130%+ in 2009.

    PS my account is now over $100,000--for some reason covestor hasnt updated the $ sign...why dont you ask them for a comment BEFORe you write an inaccurate article
    Dec 22 02:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The End of Hand Crafted Content [View article]
    Correct Michael and thats why there's a huge need for a site like to help rank and weed out junk
    Dec 15 10:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Breaking Down the Employment Data [View article]
    Hey WStreet why don't you answer my accusations that your boss is a penny stock promoter:

    You should be ashamed and brought to justice
    Dec 5 03:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • NXT Nutritionals Looks Like a Sweet Deal [View article]
    Jim, you've promoted a blatant pump and dump...either you're in on it or too dumb to realize it...either way, you should apologize to thousands of people for your ignorance and/or corruption...tell us, did you get paid to pump this stock?
    Nov 13 12:53 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Remarkable Twitter Usage Stats [View instapost]
    OK, thank you for the reply, I'll update my should seriously check into that guy's credentials, that one article screwed a lot of people out of the stock right before the takeover

    On Nov 04 07:29 AM David Jackson wrote:

    > Tim, the only circumstances under which we delete the bios of contributing
    > authors are:
    > - if they are illegal, pornographic etc.
    > - if the author behaves in a way that requires the deletion of their
    > entire identity on SA (normally only professional spammers or people
    > who are consistently abusive).
    > Contributing authors are able to update (and therefore delete) their
    > own bios. But we rarely see authors delete their own bios. If no
    > bio is in place, it's usually because we are waiting for the author
    > to provide it. In that case, we insert the standard text that you
    > quoted stating that "xxx is a new contributor to Seeking Alpha who
    > will soon submit a bio." In this case, it looks as though the author
    > might have deleted his/her bio, and our default text therefore appeared.
    > Note, however, that Seeking Alpha contributors can't delete their
    > published articles from SA, or change the name under which those
    > articles are published. This is one of the ways that SA provides
    > accountability to readers, in contrast to the websites and blogs
    > controlled by the authors themselves: readers can evaluate authors'
    > track records, and authors aren't able to "cover their tracks" or
    > delete articles retroactively.
    > It was that feature that enabled you to (correctly) point out that
    > in this case the author isn't new.
    > We'll look into it.
    Nov 9 10:27 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Remarkable Twitter Usage Stats [View instapost]
    David, why you deleting the biographies of writers who are hedge fund analysts then claiming they are new writers? Your readers/DDR shareholders DEMAND to know who this analyst is, what his firm is, how many shares of DDRX they shorted, how many shares of DDRX they covered based on their article that dropped the stock 25%+ right before a takeover
    Nov 3 09:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • RINO International: A Company Worth Watching [View article]
    zzzzz chinese fluff, c'mon pumpers do a better job and get this thing over $10!
    Jul 13 12:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment