If INSP can make it above $5.00 a share, this board may no longer be needed.
|An SI Board Since August 2001|
For now, all bets are off as to whether or not INSP will survive.
For myself, a retail level investor that has full time employment, it is hard to read through active message boards to pick out the great information that posters contribute. I don't have the time, or desire to read the socializing, bashing, pumping, and grandiosely manipulative post.
I hope to create a message board of sincere members that will work to educate both themselves and others about this stock as opposed to the active attempt at influencing the stock price direction at any given time.
A board that can ask pertinent questions of the invesmemt, quote sources of posted information including names, dates, and telephone numbers (when appropriate), and digress on issues to 'flush out' material information.
It is my opinion that negative posts are just as valuable to an investor as positive post. Any post, negative or positive , is only as valuable as the objectivity as well as the sources of information presented.
I chose the SI boards for TWO main reasons.
1) It is an INSP property and I wanted to support INSP.
2) Silicon Investor rules allow for only ONE registration at a time. A poster on these boards cannot (in theory) have more than one identification at a time. Gone is the opportunity to 'talk to yourself' through various alias. Gone is the 'unaccountability' for one's posts. If you are currently on a message board that allows for several alias, how can you be sure you know who you are reading?
This list is moderated and as such, has the authority for removing non-compliant posters.
Please join into the discourse.