There are a few posters (I will mention no names ) who make it part of their daily routine to bump threads of stocks they hold with posts that add absolutely nothing to the thread. Their motive, of course, is simply to draw attention to that particular stock. I'm sure I'm not the only one who is tiring of this practice.
From now on, these posts will be deleted without notice.
It is fine to comment on a stock's price movement, but only if it is significant in some way. If it went up or down by 0.5%, that is not significant.
It is not okay to repeat the same information again and again in the same thread. Please only add a post to a thread if you have something new or interesting to say. Repetitious posts get boring very quickly.
This is an example of an unnacceptable post: "Still in an uptrend. Should see $10 by August!"
I do not want to see threads cluttered up with these kind of useless posts - which essentially are ramps - and I'm sure many other members feel the same way.
If anyone has any comments, I welcome your input.