Looks as though the selling in Novo Resources (NVO.to) is accelerating, rather than abating:
And it’s uncanny how somebody, somewhere, knew when to sell a large chunk at the very peak of the recent top back in mid-September. Perhaps the longs weren’t paying attention, or they were having late evening fun with the Jew Hater at summer camp. Or something.
“What, a scam from start to finish?”, you ask? This humble corner of cyberspace has no firm answer to that, but a famous Douglas Adams quote certainly comes to mind:
“If it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, we have at least to consider the possibility that we have a small aquatic bird of the family anatidae on our hands.”
UPDATE: And the doddering old fool still wants to promote the whole “Wits 2.0” thing, despite all evidence to the contrary. Do people still take this liar seriously?