Friday, November 30, 2012
It's nice to suffer from paranoid delusions of reference
Delusions of reference are loads of fun.
For example: at 10:31 AM, PI Financial came and read my blog again:
(hackable info obscured... FOR NOW)
Really. It really happened, I'm not imagining it.
Now get this. Then, at 10:36 AM, just five minutes later, they sold 250 whole frickin' shares of Calibre Mining on the TSX:
And they know I have nothing else to do but monitor the TSX.
I think they're trying to send me a message. I asked them to post a comment on my blog, and they're not allowed to for some reason... but they're trying to get through to me. Because I'm important and they need to give me some secret info.
Tell ya whut, guys... if you're trying to send me some sort of secret message that you don't like my blog, then at precisely 2:22PM, sell precisely 6 shares of CXB.
If you're trying to secretly tell me that you do like my blog, then at 2:22PM buy precisely 666,666 shares of CXB.
It can be Monday if you don't get this message today.
Hit the asks, that's fine.