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Microcap & Penny Stocks : Decision Diagnostics Corp (OTC: DECN)
DECN 0.0120+8.1%Jan 21 4:00 PM EST

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To: ksuave who wrote (230)6/3/2016 6:04:21 PM
From: NAG1  Read Replies (1) of 267

I was hoping that it might still have some bounces left, but I don't know what might inspire another bounce. The results of the first suit (i.e. no results at all), which was supposed to result in a settlement that would be so huge that the stock would gap up to $8 overnight, doesn't leave much hope of anything else happening.

The case against DECN -- well-presented now by Scoop and a couple of newer posters on IHUB -- is pretty overwhelming.

Nobody was seriously expecting a bounce to $8. A bit of hyperbole, don't you think?

As to the case against DECN, I don't think we really know all the facts yet. I do agree that the settlement thing is a bit weird, but we will have to see if there is any real reason for it or not. As always, time will tell.

The iHub DECN board has been an interesting place. Since you can't question anyone's motives because the posts get taken down, there has been a history of hyperbole, both positive and negative. Honestly, I don't understand why the negative stalkers there continue, especially if they don't own the stock, unless they are getting paid to be negative, which may be more the truth than anything else. And for the record, I don't like the positive hyperbole about the stock either. Blind faith on either side is not good.

But it doesn't really impact what is really going on at the company. The main thing is if they can sell their test strip. They do have a product to sell. If they can really sell the hell out of the test strip, and that means big retailer contracts, then, no matter what is posted here or on iHub, the stock will do well. If this has always been a scam and they can't sell, then they won't. Simple as that. And right now, I am waiting for the evidence for either side of this argument to appear.
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