Autonomous Trading Sell Under Armour Wall Street Ponzi Scheme
Intuitive Code has a junk rating in Under Armour since $51.5 naming it a Ponzi scheme. As Wall Street returned to the name in 2018 raising price targets, Autonomous Trading sold its stake assuming a short position.
Intuitive Code Downgrades Under Armour Naming it a Ponzi Scheme
Intuitive Code is the only company in the world which accurately predicted and invested in Under Armour (UA) share price collapse against scammers and crooks whose main goal has been to deceive investors for years.
Autonomous Trading Sell Under Armour and Hertz! Crash Pending!
Learn more about crooks upgrading stocks ahead of a stock market crash! Be aware! Autonomous Trading, a division of Intuitive Code issued sell signals in Under Armour (UA) at $22.5, and in Hertz (HTZ) at $21.35.
Both stocks are going down faster than you ever imagined. The United States is the country of the greatest Ponzi scheme ever. Alex
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