Market Manipulation in Discourse.net Shares? (Translation please)

It’s probably been almost two years since I last looked at discourse.net’s listing at blogshares. Shortly after registering there I decided this wasn’t a game I was going to play, and more or less forgot about it without doing any transactions.

On a whim I looked at blogshare’s discourse.net listing over the weekend, and found lots of strange stuff.

Can anyone please explain the meaning of multiple “press releases” by people I don’t know that sound like the following,

Discourse.net suffered a huge setback with several analysts urging their clients to ditch the stock as it suffered a public relations disaster. The exact nature of customer dissatisfaction was not known but sara bear was rumoured to have had a hand in it. Industry insiders suspect a Star Spangled Banner (artefact) was involved. Discourse.net share price dropped from B$56,734.68 to B$32,906.11

sara bear declined to comment on the recent speculation.

“Huge setback”? “(artefact)”? “customer dissatisfaction”? And, how did one Matt Williams come to have what seems to be a controlling interest of 71.2%? Did I sell shares without noticing?

Not that I suppose it actually matters…

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One Response to Market Manipulation in Discourse.net Shares? (Translation please)

  1. Mojo says:

    Sorry, no matter how much damage irresponsible speculators do to a company, it’s always the workers who suffer. I’m afraid you’ve been downsized. Guess you’ll have to sell your virtual house.

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