[EIGH]: The Pathetic criteria used by Promoter Ryan Manley (ryanmnly) to invest in companies
Truly pathetic that the Promoter Ryan Manley (ryanmnly) cares less about the fundamentals of a company when investing in the stock. This is what promoters of scam companies do - anything to attempt to get innnocent investors to buy the stock of these scam companies, including 8000 Inc. (EIGH). In a true description of how lowly this promoter is, he claims that he doesn't even care whether a company is a scam or not....amazing!
from the Investorshub.com stock message board:
Monday, November 22, 2010
Re: GreasenUSA post# 317930
Post #317934 of 317959
I honestly don't care about the company. Fluff PRs, botched dividend, and no sign of a merger or acquisition yet have not exactly improved my confidence in fundamentals. However, I only care about the NSS and their ability to flush it out into the open. If they can do that, then I will gladly re-evaluate when this is all said and done.
Friday, November 26, 2010
Re: A deleted message
Post #318156 of 318161
Your questions obviously have answers people are unwilling to truthfully state. Pretty much sums it all up.
As for how terrible EIGH is or isn't, it doesn't matter. They can knock on it or any other company all day long but it literally has zero importance. Abusive NSS is illegal regardless of whether the company is good or bad and since most of us are holding because of the NSS issue, fundamentals are irrelevant. If they really want their shares back, they would be better off proving the NSS doesn't exist. This of course is impossible, so they choose to ignore it and divert attention elsewhere.
Monday, November 29, 2010
Re: thewicks17 post# 88920
Post #88945 of 89123
The fundamentals don't matter anymore. I'm not sure why everyone is arguing over it. I couldn't care less about whether they lied or didn't lie, incompetent or not, scam or whatever. Let's stop dancing around the primary point in question here.
We say there is a large unrecorded short position. They say there isn't. If we don't sell, they can't cover. If there is no large unrecorded short position, they don't need to cover. At some point, these conflicting statements will come to a head, but neither side is relenting nor will they until forced to.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Re: Risicare post# 91157
Post #91183 of 91193
There you go again. You can not process the concept that we don't care about the fundamentals. It makes no difference whether they make t-shirts or toothpicks or space stations. We are here because we hold proof of the naked short selling abuses, which the SEC is now looking into.