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old account Frank Eory
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re: Analyst: Report that Cirrus lost iPhone slot bogus
old account Frank Eory   9/30/2010 10:37:41 PM
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Stock manipulation at its ugliest!

CamilleK
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re: Analyst: Report that Cirrus lost iPhone slot bogus
CamilleK   9/30/2010 10:10:14 PM
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On the one hand there is no smoke without fire, but on the other hand there is the usual false rumoring intended for stock short selling and other shady manipulation of investors. Caveat Emptor means Buyer beware in Latin, but what is Latin for Seller Beware? Perhaps this is worthy of further looking into, just to know what is inside iPhone 5.

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re: Analyst: Report that Cirrus lost iPhone slot bogus
wilber_xbox   9/30/2010 9:15:49 PM
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what a news...a single tiny audio socket loss in iPhone 5 can pull the stocks by 15%. iPhone4 story has not died down and iPhone 5 is already in the news. What a waste of time.

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re: Analyst: Report that Cirrus lost iPhone slot bogus
kdboyce   9/30/2010 8:16:43 PM
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While Mr. Essi probably has it correct, only Apple knows, and so far hasn't tried to correct such rumors. Unfortunately, Cirrus stock took a hit perhaps un-necessarily. I don't feel sorry for investors that react on a single story, but it illustrates how great company valuations can be "manipulated" should one chose to do so. Pump and dump is a common manipulation strategy, but so is smear and buy.

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