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Mike,

That's a good point. If the analyst has a financial interest in seeing the stock price decline, then he should be investigated. I see that Jason Hall has a good article on the MF general board about Jim Cramer's actions in jumping on the Piper sell bandwagon.

He provides some science about why both Piper and Cramer are wrong, plus the company's point that they are set to handle CNG business as well as LNG, something that Piper fails to mention.

These omissions by the analyst are incompetent at best and could be an attempt at fraud.

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/10/11/what-cramer...
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