I have been watching a few threads being closed by the moderators lately. There have been good reasons for some of the closures, but I feel there are too many.
One disturbing fact is a moderator will humiliate a forum member just to prove a point or something of that nature. That`s the way it appears to me - perception. See below for an example:
This was taken off the closed fundamental positions thread, the last post.
It should be pointed out, that as recently as January 2004 (and probably even more recently) our Duc was a technical daytrader, posted trades publically and did rather well.
The implications of this, apart from the glaringly obvious, is that here we have a person with less than 2 years experience in fundamental analysis, speaking with all the authority of Peter Lynch or Warren Buffet.
I leave you all to draw your own conclusions.
I think this topic, now well off course should be closed.
If you still feel like disclosing your positions, please start another thread, and lets all endeavour to keep that one on track.
I think this is wrong! Regardless of what people believe they have the opportunity to convey that on this forum. If people choose to ignore them that is fine.