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Microcap & Penny Stocks : CAGI--A Sleeper Waiting to Wake Up!!!! -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?


To: KiddStock who wrote (1012)4/29/1999 1:44:00 PM
From: LarryS  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 1020
 
Cosmos....you were always wrong when you
posted as cosmos, which is why you changed
your alias. Your constant whining trying to
hurt the price of CGY is not working. Can't
you understand no one here cares what you
say, unless you have something to back it up.



To: KiddStock who wrote (1012)4/29/1999 11:27:00 PM
From: MTHONER  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 1020
 
KIDD...Your simplistic comparison of CGY to GKI as "pump and dump" is faulty...

GKI soared to $19 on two factors...an AMEX-listing, and the FACT that Rod Canion (Compaq Computer-Founder) had signed on to run the ship.

GKI than tanked WHEN Rod Canion resigned after less than 6-months on the job. GKI continued to tank on margin-calls, and CONTINUED to tank when short-interest jumped in to take advantage of the aforementioned.

GKI's "run", and subsequent "fall", had nothing to due with "pump and dump". It dealt with cold, hard FACTS concerning "who" was (and was subsequently not) leading the company into the future. The "street" perceived and reacted accordingly.