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RE: [sharechat] Censorship

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Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2003 15:09:01 +1200

Hi Morgy

I can assure you there is no censorship on the Forum. If there was we probably would have stopped the Access post as they are a good supporter of ShareChat. Also, we would have stepped in a couple of months ago when there were some comments of a personal nature regarding some posts. In that case we discussed it with the person who was being criticised and he was happy to let things continue.


With regards to your Sunday post – it appeared from my perspective that it had gone live but for some reason it hadn’t. I will check that out for you. Please accept my apologies and be assured we don’t censor posts.


Philip Macalister




-----Original Message-----
From: []On Behalf Of Morgy
Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2003 2:55 PM
Subject: [sharechat] Censorship




I sent in a post in response to a question from a forum member on Sunday regarding Qantas, in which I charted the qantas shareprice demise over the preceding 12 months or so and made a comment on brokerages and fund managers touting stocks which were in obvious decline, I noted despite sending it again and checking the destination address that it still hasnt appeared on sharechat, this seems odd, one hopes that there is no censorship on the site, your email makes me wonder. I also sent a email to the forum administrator through the website enquiry email system and have had no response.


Mind you who really killed JFK ?.

I am a conspiracy theorist from way back. Perhaps sharechat moderator may wish to comment and correct any apprehensions ?.





----- Original Message -----

From: Brenda Fox


Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2003 12:12 PM

Subject: [sharechat] Warning - Access Brokerage Ltd


Access Brokerage Ltd have recently been distributing emails (touting for business) by advising that they have expanded their research facilities for clients. As part of their campaign they make reference to an Australian research company called Fat Prophets, which is in effect, a tip sheet subscriber service. This seems more like a mutual advertising association than genuine research.

However, care should be taken when reviewing Fat Prophets "so called" performance claims and as a result, also their research credibility. The following are some of the internet references regarding dubious performance claims made by Fat Prophets who were investigated recently by the Australian Securities Commission.

Research is research, but Fat Prophets are not about research.

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