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re: Analyst: OmniVision hit by yield issues
Solo_Analyst   10/14/2011 1:00:11 AM
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Doug you did a HUGE diservice to the readers. You have done very little DD in your report 1. Sony Still does not make 8MP 1.1 BSI. You claim in this report that it does. 2. OVTI was not shipping the OV8830 when you wrote this. Which is 1.4u not 1.1u as you write. 3. So what BSI product was producing low yields in Feb? Certainly not 8MP1.4 as it was just sampling. And the 8MP1.1 was still in design phase. People invest in these companies and it's hack reports such as these that cause investor's portfolios to bounce around like rabbits. It's NOT a fair game when the shorts have the heads up on a hack report that will likely cause some to sell and many to short heavily. I really wish the SEC would police the market more. So many rumors are spread and propagated that cause so much damage to the average investor. I'm sure somebody paid to have the privilege to get your report early, establish their short position and then watch the longs sell off as the retail shorts jump on it. Classic Cramer!



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