This sums it up:
In July 2013, Galena paid $50,000 to a subsidiary of The DreamTeam Group for 240 days of “advertising, branding, marketing, investor relations and social media services,” according to a disclaimer on The DreamTeam Group’s Web site.
I’ve been telling you Seeking Alpha was nothing more than a modern day bucket shop; and now you have proof. I don’t know if the owners of SA facilitate this or not. However, they certainly turn a blind eye to it. If any of that stuff happened here, at iBC, the blogger would be fired on spot. On Seeking Alpha, they merely take down the article, permitting the felon to commit future crimes.
Why am I paying so much attention to SA?
They are one of the biggest finance site’s in the world. I bet you didn’t know that. Their reach is huge and their reckless editorial standards have hurt me, vis a vis idiotic short raiding articles of pure trash. You can say that I have a vendetta out for them–because they deserve it. I suspect the owners and VC’s who back them are greedy upright walking pigs, the worst sort of people in the world.
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