Twitter Wars: Michael Moore Gets Blitzed by Filmmaker Sandra Mohr

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With twice as many Twits as Michael Moore, Director Sandra Mohr may outrun her competition for best spoof documentary.

Stock Shock offers a clear and simple explanation of some of the most complex financial shenanigans in the history of the markets.

It's a case of Moore vs. Mohr.

Michael Moore, Academy Award-winning American filmmaker, author and liberal political commentator is being blitzed on Twitter by new-to-the-scene activist filmmaker Sandra Mohr.

Her controversial film "Stock Shock" is attracting media, blog articles, and twice as many Twitter followers as "Capitalism, A Love Story" in record time.

Thousands of investors have flocked to fan sites to discuss the movie. Tens of thousands of American investors are Twittering "Stock Shock" developments as word of the film and its message spreads. Even the SEC is taking a look.

This timely movie reveals the tricks of stock traders who use lightening fast market technology to make profitable bets on stocks they never even own, landing legitimate investors in the poorhouse.

"Stock Shock" zeroes in on one of the most exploited stocks on Nasdaq: Sirius XM (SIRI), which hit a high of $9.00/share and then plummeted to a horrifying low of 5 cents in 2009, leaving an estimated one million investors with their dreams crushed and their bank accounts emptied.

"Shocking and eye opening," says CNN Headline News TV Host Jane Velez-Mitchell of the film, "Stock Shock offers a clear and simple explanation of some of the most complex financial shenanigans in the history of the markets."

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