Trum Tuesday, 12/03/13 04:38:37 PM Re: Dominion Melchizedek post# 103686 Post # of 121387 Solid Proof why pyct is NOT shorted - Evidence of no short 1: Since a shorted trade is actually tracked as an FTD after three days of not being able to settle, the existence of FTDs would be a key indicator of a shorted stock. The SEC tracks trades and if FTDs are triggered: www.sec.gov/foia/docs/failsdata.htm There are no FTDs registering for pyct. This means that all the trades that are made with pyct are 100% MATCHED. Irrespective of what is claimed about trades that are not matched at the 30 second point of a trade…. The trade actually does get settled, and according to the Official SEC report, it is matched and not short. Evidence of no short 2: Investors are very savvy. When opportunity presents itself they are fast to jump on it and quick to bail on it before it goes away. If there was actually a short position we would of seen a massive influx of pyct volume. It would not take much to trigger a squeeze if there really were a massive short. During the PR campaign we have seen a few days of several hundred million shares traded a day with pyct and still no squeeze - but what we did see is more selling pressure than buying. Which is why .0001 is a steady PPS with pyct. Now why would one believe there has to be a short with pyct? Evidence of a short1: Because it is Illegal Naked shorting…and that would leave no trace of any FTD or of even a trade (there is no 30 second rule or 3 day rule that applies to trades that never show up).. .. But that just does not hold water since anyone buying this invisible trade would certainly be requesting where their shares are and causing a lot of commotion. I know that if I paid for something, I would want it. Evidence of a short2: Further evidence of a short is that some believe that pyct will surely fail and despite the high costs to short a sub penny it may still be profitable to short pyct until it goes out of business - yet it is a proven fact that investors who short stocks do so with a higher degree of experience and know-how…these players typically know something that other ordinary investors don’t….. if that is the case then pyct is in a heap of trouble. In my analysis it appears that there just can’t be a short with pyct due to some pretty hard to dispute facts. If there were truly as short with pyct I would expect to see FTDs registering here and penny players flooding in…which have not occurred.