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So when I said no to LNKD ??? what was your opinion ?



June 01, 2011 – Comments (9) | RELATED TICKERS: LNKD.DL


Let the stock fall   and don't say that the LORDZ  wasn't trying to help less sophisticated members...

 Like I said its a marathon,  not a sprint,  and  price is truth,   expect the price of LNKD  to continue to drop...  bye bye bye

buy at your own peril...







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#1) On June 01, 2011 at 12:51 PM, DaveMarcus82 (35.86) wrote:

Ha, nice post. Yeah, LNKD is probably going way, way down.

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#2) On June 01, 2011 at 1:50 PM, L0RDZ (87.62) wrote:

Watch it dip below the IPO  bogus starting price...   watch its back get broken by the market...

You can listen to fools, but when its your money or your families and you get crushed by bad advice by  lowly paid interns who have  little cred ?? 

Don't come whining...  :)

It would be interesting to see if they had the man hood to  re post the buy  on LNKD  or comment on my post ?


Watch it fall   ~    just wait till the sharks  go into a feeding frenzy...  plenty of blood in that water...



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#3) On June 01, 2011 at 2:17 PM, Rehydrogenated (33.99) wrote:

Who wouldn't want to buy a stock with 20%+ of float shorted and a p/e of 1000+?

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#4) On June 01, 2011 at 2:18 PM, bottomfisherman (36.71) wrote:

The sad thing is people are not going to learn. The next tech/social network "big ipo" of the day will do the same thing and people will lose money again. PT Barnum was right there is a sucker born every minute.

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#5) On June 01, 2011 at 3:10 PM, L0RDZ (87.62) wrote:

Whats worse is when you have sorry  un-informed college students  coming onto  financial sites and telling people to buy buy buy,  dollar average cost all the way down, don't worry about it not making money, don't look at financial statements or  balance sheets.  IE   say someone says they work at some crappy bank, and look says they have a  LINKED out account, say they   have no real world exp, but the bank allows them  to compare funds and bs around so it looks like they are doing something, when they really aren't doing much about nothing :). 

WTF  really ???  I can't wait to short FAKE BOOK.....  bring that to market, stop allowing them to bend and break the rules ?  they have way too many investors already and should have been forced to come to market or have certain investors liquidated or forced to sell their shares back to the company.

Instead you have fake valuations based upon millions of fake accounts.   Don't believe me  go and create an account for your goldfish and while your at it,  add it onto linked out and give your goldfish a masters degree in philosophy and  psych :).

Than go and get your fish a job :)

Ask for direct deposit... 

And consider me never ever depositing my money at said bank...  I'll go to a good bank :)

The bank of PEPSI

and gold and silver and  real estate  and  maybe  a few other banks  but not your bank sir :)


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#6) On June 01, 2011 at 4:19 PM, L0RDZ (87.62) wrote:

Just because you  have a free link in account does not make you an expert....  LMAO.....

LINk that junk  out....   can't say I'm  not smiling seeing it correct to proper valuations...

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#7) On June 01, 2011 at 7:40 PM, L0RDZ (87.62) wrote:

Theres a reason why  they have  securities laws...

As to second market...  wow...


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#8) On June 05, 2011 at 8:43 AM, DaveMarcus82 (35.86) wrote:

Yep; Just read the Wall Street Journal and it looks like Facebook is soon to follow.

I believe LinkedIn showed the beginning of a social media bubble. The facebook IPO will act as the Bubble-Inflator 6000.  

 "Completely overvalued and over-hyped. Be sure not to be the last fool holding the equity when people realize the story is not going to come to fruition. $50 billion, please."

—Andrew Polacek 


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#9) On June 06, 2011 at 12:38 PM, L0RDZ (87.62) wrote:

i can't wait to short fake book....

Bring it...  :)

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