Tipster wrote some quoted comments:
"I understand your skepticism...."
No, you do not.
"...potential for dilution...."
Why did you not warn investors of this?
I am having difficulty with your first
response I have no basis for my comment
about possible dilution, and your now
alluding to possible dilution.
You are contradicting yourself, yes?
"...the company is forecasting...."
My presumption is you believe everything
you read in company sponsored news and
expect all others to believe as well.
"...recent double digit growth amounts...."
I find no factual basis for this.
"...as for the $3.00 prediction...."
Ah, a prediction not based on hard factual
data. Is it prudent to advise investors
this will happen when you are not sure?
You are flatly telling investors this stock
will display a 1,200 percent increase in
price in just over twenty days. Do you
think possibly, this might be just a
bit optimistic, perhaps even misleading?
Some might think you are hyping this stock
with hopes of personal profit, at the loss
March first will be here soon enough. Either
I will be shown to be the fool, or you will.