By Russell Blake
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The message boards had also slowed to nothing. When the stock was being pummeled the boards had been saturated with hundreds of posts advising shareholders to sell, that somebody knew something, that institutions were bailing, that the stock was going to zero. Psychological warfare – all par for the course. Organized teams hit the boards, attempting to sow the seeds of panic and confusion. Then, just as suddenly as the selling normalized, the panicked posts were gone. The rest of the day’s trading wore on, slow, plodding, predictable.
I’m going back to sleep. ” Steven focused on the screens. On the right were three windows with tables of numbers blinking and changing constantly. On the left was the familiar format of the Internet message boards. Overlaid were several open browser windows with websites partially displayed. All the windows and screens had the same symbol on them. APDT. Allied Pharmaceutical Development. S. markets. And Steven’s current object of fascination and frustration. Across the continent, the same symbol was displayed on another set of computer screens twenty-four stories above Wall Street, in a lavishly appointed office with a panoramic view of the New York skyline.
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Zero Sum Book 1 - Kotov Syndrome by Russell Blake