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  • 1980XLS-2.0
    AONEQ.PK, FSLR. Stick with the Obama Malaise.
    3/7/12
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    • Arkeh Capital: ???
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    • realornot: yeh - stay with the trend!
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    • Arkeh Capital: Trend is that someone appears to intentiionally triggers stopp losses after the opening. In German, intentional trading like this is illegal
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    • 1980XLS-2.0: Why must you fight the trend? Short FSLR is the correct position. All the cool kids are doing it.
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    • John Rayhall: Looks like every time FSLR pops it should be shorted. Looks like teens soon. How long will they keep it in the index?
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    • Arkeh Capital: Because this share price manipulative game is destroying value at a majority of shareholders. Markets should serve an economic function.
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    • Arkeh Capital: Price manipulation questions the integrity of the whole system to the benefit of a few
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    • 1980XLS-2.0: http://aol.it/zoyIdY
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    • 1980XLS-2.0: Every message board I go to, People use shortsellers as an excuse for poor investment decisions. AONEQ.PK & FSLR in particular.
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    • 1980XLS-2.0: The company has zero fundamental value. Traders don't care what way it goes, only to bet the correct direction.
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    • Arkeh Capital: I am not against short selling. I am against manipulative shorting that is trying to corrupt charts or targeted at triggering stop losses
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    • 1980XLS-2.0: Obama & Jeffrey (GE) likely shorting the heck out of it. I'll bet GE Capital's traders are shorting it.
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    • Windsun33: Stop blaming short selling and look at all the problems that FSLR has, such as the just announced SEC investigation and losses
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    • John Rayhall: GE buys FSLR for???????????????
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    • John Rayhall: If you eliminate short selling stocks will still sell off shorts are not evil. Things like the uptick rule that's good however.
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    • 1980XLS-2.0: John, yes that's the question. But GE will not buy until they have commitments on Crony subsidies, and/or are assured of an Obama victory.
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    • John Rayhall: FSLR's solar technology is more expensive than it's competitors right? I hear you 1980 this could go a lot lot lower.
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    • 1980XLS-2.0: Actualy was less expensive, but less efficient as well. Film based rather than polysilicon wafers. Durability is now in serious question.
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    • John Rayhall: Yes that's right. I remember now. Their competitors caught up now though with price I think now?
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    • John Rayhall: http://bit.ly/Azku1p
      3/8/12
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