"......playing pool and tweeting as the Muslim Brotherhood rolls into town....He doesn't care...."
The brotherhood and then some, Yemenis, pakis, and other "frenemies", are rolling and have rolled into town with the prog created crisis. It is only a matter of time before something goes kabooooom, to kick of another prog created crisis and lock down of America, completing the fundamental transformation.
I pray for America....these are real trying times and dark days. Progs have taken the mask off, and are running amok in blatant lies and wanton lawlessness.
and I can hardly wait for Hillary to be Prez.....you'll finally have that coronary and save us from these stupid posts.....
following the release of possible unprecedented results
The key words, "possible unprecedented results . . ." While I hope the results are unprecedented many people on this board, and elsewhere, have nearly turned this into a forgone conclusion which is dangerous and reckless thinking. Until we get the results published we really don't know how "unprecedented" the results really are. I hope we find out soon! Best of luck!
So ACT is addressing a market in excess of 10 million people - for the U.S. alone - for dry AMD, and we currently sit at a market cap under 250 mil. How would this company be valued at the onset of a phase 2 trial following the release of possible unprecedented results for a market this huge? Moreover, what if they receive breakthrough designation and never need to complete a phase 3 trial? I have been trying to find similar examples, but to no avail. This appears to be a very unique situation.
Dr. Wotton won't be signing Dr. Lanza, reason being that he is the only poison pill that this tiny Biotech has over a hostile takeover and after the ITLD comes out in NEJM you will understand why the good Doctor has not signed up yet? Never forget ACTC is Dr. Lanza and Dr. Lanza is ACTC so this is his own strategic decision.)
Sentiment: Strong Buy
keep: your #1 is clearly something that needs to happen.
IMO, a close second is getting that Phase I data released. It way past time for the world to know what those great results were. If the NEMJ doesn't or won't release them in a couple of weeks, let ACTC release them. It's been about 7 months now. Enough is Enough!!!
Of course, IMO
nobeach, you're right about "smoke screen" but you, deme, and poleonutt are getting so worked up that you are actually helping to promote the "smoke screen" and the plan to draw attention away from Benghazi.
You guys need to get with it, the Texas border isn't going to get Obama impeached.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
There is no 'after hour' trading of OTC stock, because there are no 'hours' for OTC stock, i.e, the trading day for OTC stock is a full 24 hour day.
That said, the brokers, etc. have their regular hours, which means they tend to go home at night. But, if you could find (a) some one to sell to you at, say, 2 a.m., and (b) broker to make the trade, you will have a 2 a.m. trade, but it would not be an 'after hours' trade, because OTC stock has a 24 hour trading day.
Good luck finding a retail broker, e.g., Schwab, TD, etc., to make an after 4 p.m. EDT/before 9:30 a.m. EDT OTC trade. This is because the trade will be manually made, and those guys are not in the business of manual trades.
So, after 4 p.m. EDT? Maybe. An after hour trade? Not.
ACTC After Hour trade at 16:08 300,000 Shares at .0808. was from the MM CDEL 2 Million Share Bid that was sitting at .0765 In the AM, than they moved the bid to .077, than to .078 than 1 min before the market closed moved it to .081 to get the order filled but only 300,000 shares got picked, OTCBB stocks don't trade in pre market or after hours it's an order that got partially filled in last second before the market closed...........
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Keep, I have accounts at TD, Fidelity and Schwab - none of them offer ACT stock after hours. After hours market goes until 8 pm eastern, but every trade that you cite as after hours is within a minute or so of the normal close. Starting to sink in yet?
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keep, please look up "extended hours trading" on Wikipedia.. In it, you'll see:
"After-hours trading is trading that occurs after the traditional trading hours of the major exchanges, such as the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market. Since 1985, the regular trading hours in the United States have been from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time (ET).
After-hours trading on a day with a normal session occurs from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET."
1. Please note the phrase "major exchanges". No OTC stock is eligible. Yes, some trades WILL show up as "after hours" trades on the Nasdaq site because they weren't fully filled and executed until after the bell, but they were INITIATED within the normal business day. As a result, you will never find an "after hours" trade done with ACTC no more than a minute or two after 4:00pm ET. With major exchange stocks, however, you will, because they are eligible for after hours trading.
Everyone has been trying to tell you that you're wrong for ages. PLEASE don't be one of those idiots who things the entire world is wrong except for him and RESEARCH what you're trying to claim. Yes, I can understand the confusion because Nasdaq shows it on their after hours lookup, but it's NOT a genuine "after hours" trade.