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Strategies & Market Trends : Anthony @ Equity Investigations, Dear Anthony,

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To: Clase Azul who wrote (98034)2/1/2007 2:50:14 PM
From: rrufff  Read Replies (1) of 122044
You post over and over that "you scam is ok." You are upset at headlines that hurt your ability to scam freebies. You are afraid to trade in fair markets Tell us about your connections with MM's and hedgies so we can truly understand your motivation.

You mis-state my posts. I've stated that penny companies very often jump on the manipulative shorting bandwagon. Nevertheless, that doesn't mean there is no scamming on the short side. Just read the headlines, the Refco's, Sedonna, the Jeff Thorpe's, etc., etc. What is it you fear? Open the markets, fully investigate the activities of hedgies and MM's, eliminate the ability to manipulate retail investors. That's what I advocate.

Here is what I posted to you before and it's as true now as it was then.

Viewer (your previous aliass here), I believe I have finally exposed the difference in the way you and I think.

Here is your line.

The stock market is mostly about taking money from retail and always will be, regardless if it's a "scam" or not.

My preferred quote would be a paraphrase of the famous quote from Geoge Bernard Shaw.

"Some people <you> see scams as they are and ask 'why not let US scam instead?' I dream of things that never were, and ask 'why not?'
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