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InVivo Therapeutics Holdings Corp. Message Board

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  • Reply to

    Investing 101

    by envy_vo 6 hours ago

    LMAO! This is too funny! There was a creepy dude posting in March that predicted there would never be an FDA approval. Hilarious that you associate yourself as a "creepy dude." I guess you just try so hard to be miserable that you feel you deserve credit for being an annoyance. But anyway, any half-wit could have picked a new name on April 10th after being proven wrong and continue with the same miserable persona. Right, Scotty the basement dweller? Got any new off key Karaoke repertoires for us lately?

  • Reply to

    Investing 101

    by envy_vo 6 hours ago

    I don't know to whom you are referring, because any idiot could look to see that I was not posting anything in March 2013.

    "imamisanthrope
    220 posts | Last Activity: 5 hours agoMember since: Apr 10, 2013"

    Looks like I overestimated your intelligence again...

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • mix - I agree with what you are saying, but I really can't think what this management strategy is anymore. I do know the grade I am planning to give them on Monday 7/28. I still hope they have a surprise for all of us, but after so many disappointments I can't image they can deliver anything positive anytime soon. Hope they prove me wrong.

  • Reply to

    confidence

    by jeffjohns6537 Jul 23, 2014 12:09 PM

    No, and thanks for asking!

    GLTU

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Great response - ROTFLMAO

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Misanthrope

    by envy_vo Jul 23, 2014 2:45 PM

    Rocky,

    Well, apparently we have different investing philosophies. I believe, with respect to stocks, to put my money where I believe it has the best chance to make me the most money over a given period of time.

    Consequently, you can see that I would be amazed at someone's strategy to leave money in a stock they believe is down 114 to 6 with seconds left. If I believed your assessment was even remotely correct I would sell in a heartbeat and, once again, put my money where I thought it had the best chance of making me more money (or in your case, any money).

    So, for me, you are either being disingenuous or just do not understand the point of investing. That is, either this is a good investment today, or it is not. If you believe it is not a good investment, the responsible thing to do is sell and invest in something you think will make you more money - is that hard to understand?

    You said, "I am long, because to sell would lose me money. And that would be irresponsible, yes?"

    No!

    Clearly, you do not understand the concept of Sunk Costs. One does not throw good money after bad and call that being responsible, but that is exactly what you are doing, if you believe there is a better place for your money.

    Just do not understand.

    I suppose you can have a little luck - but not much!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Hmmm, let's see. They've all got options that kick in at higher price points. So, one would think so. Then, any future cash raise would certainly benefit from a higher share price so as to avoid the kind of lousy deal they got last round. That was a result of amateurs arranging funding. Whether current management gets good grades in operations, the jury is still out. But graded on maintaining share value and a respectable offer for capital raise they get a D - -. I'm probably being kind not grading that F.

    They need to redeem themselves and I wonder what news will come on Wednesday.

  • Reply to

    Investing 101

    by envy_vo 6 hours ago

    Voisy, I distinctly remember a certain miserable creep saying then (actually March '13) that the FDA would never approve.

  • Reply to

    Investing 101

    by envy_vo 6 hours ago

    Sure I'm disappointed in the performance since Mr. Perrin took over--but this situation reminds me of April 2013 when all the "naysayers" were saying the FDA would never allow this trial to even start--I simply refuse to give up on this company---I challenge anyone to show me a biotech company that has the scientific advisory board that In Vivo has---I don't see any of them "abandoning ship"--and I'm sure if they didn't believe this would be successful they would have bailed out long ago-I will continue to "hold tight" as I believe this trial is ultimately going to be the start of a revolutionary treatment for patients who have had little or no hope before

  • Reply to

    Warren Buffet

    by dirkjams 5 hours ago

    Do you typically sell when you're down so you can lock in paper losses? Just curious considering your sentiment.

  • Reply to

    Warren Buffet

    by dirkjams 5 hours ago

    Buffet would never invest a dime in this stock so don't invoke his name here. How about be cautious when there is too much uncertainty.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • Reply to

    Nobody owns enough NVIV

    by envy_vo 5 hours ago

    No. Keep posting it, my friend.

  • Reply to

    Dismantle Management?

    by imnorockefeller 7 hours ago

    Long-term sentiment: Hold. Am long on this until company fizzles out, or makes us some money. Bought in with confidence. Hang on with doubt. To be anywhere else within the spectrum, at the point, is foolishness. As I said before, I admire your positivity, Envy. It's not based on anything concrete, for factual, but I like positive people. So keep it up.

    We all do, however, own enough NVIV.

  • Warren Buffet is famous for this sentiment...."Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful." I think this applies today.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Yes, that is exactly what my honest opinion is. Would anyone really want me to post something other than my honest opinion?

    Because some people are just too simple minded to understand the purpose of a stock message board is to post your honest opinion, I have decided to take the additional step of adding "but don't let my sentiment stop you from selling" to the end of my statement.

    Clearly, I do not want everyone on this board to own this stock. I think many people here are bad for the company, bad for the stock, and bad for those people who have SCI. It is just that simple.

    I am not pumping! I do not want those who disagree with me to hold shares in this company. Yes, if you think the investment is bad or too risky, please sell your shares. I know I will not be able to buy all of them, but if you complainers own as much as you claim, I should be able to buy at very low prices. That would make me very happy!

    How can you buy a stock you believe is bad? If you hold a bad stock, it is the same as buying it. Please read BigMike's post on Sunk Costs, if you do not understand this concept.

    So,

    Nobody owns enough NVIV, but don't let my sentiment stop you from selling.

    GLTA

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Dismantle Management?

    by imnorockefeller 7 hours ago

    norocks,

    looks like you want some cheap shares, too!

    BTW, what is your long-term sentiment?

    Nobody owns enough NVIV, but don't let my sentiment keep you from selling.

    No luck for you!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Sunk Costs

    by bigmike1876 6 hours ago

    BigMike,

    Great post!

    I agree completely.

    GLTU

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Investing 101

    by envy_vo 6 hours ago

    Sissy,

    I know you will not be able to read this, because you have put me on ignore. Consequently, I will try to be as civil as possible.

    1. I do not care about your opinion.

    2. Management does not care about your opinion. They are in the business of bringing a product to market. They have raised money and tightened their belts to that end, precisely, so they do not have to depend on retail investor sentiment.

    3. Retail investors are largely foolish people who typically know precious little about the companies in which they are invested. Like you, they have no credible claim as to knowledge of what is important. They fret over fluctuations in stock price that represent the sentiments of other foolish people just like themselves who know nothing.

    4. I am not a pumper. I want you to sell all of your shares. Please do!

    5. I wish everyone here who has nothing but complaints about hand holding would sell and drive the price down to $.50. Just more opportunity for me.

    Just so everyone understands. I believe the science is the same today as it was and will be tomorrow. I believe the current management team is better than the last one, but do not care that much about management, anyway. We are closer and closer to enrollment of the first patient.

    If everyone on this board sold, and I could buy at the end of the month (when I typically add to my shares) at $.50, do you NOT think I would be happy? Hell, at that price, I might actually overextend my policy on stock ownership - hence my sentiment.

    Of course, I want everyone here who complains about the company to sell and move on to greener pastures. They stop crying - I get cheaper shares.

    That said, there are some posters here I do enjoy reading, and I do hope that they walk away with a boatload of money. I also hope the company succeeds for all of the SCI patients - that is why I invest in health stocks.

    Nobody owns enough NVIV - but don't let my sentiment stop you from selling.

    GLTA

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Sound familiar?

    There are three valuations being made here:

    1. The science. Has that changed for you?

    2. The management. Well, that has certainly changed

    3. The price of the stock. We all know that has changed.

    If the science is exactly the same as it was for you a year ago, and management has changed for the better (I think everyone would agree with that), then all we are looking at that is meaningful is the PPS over time. If you bought a year ago at $5, then with the same science and better management, why not buy this year at $1?

    Some people say they do not like the number of PRs coming from management, and that truly is the only verifiable complaint anyone has of new management. The old management has been replaced - done deal. New management has not over promised. Everyone knows that a patient has to materialize in order to be treated (well almost everyone, johnny).

    Management already has three sites ready for enrollment. Other sites should come on line in the near future, but the timelines of those sites' IRB proceedings are beyond the control of InVivo management.

    Ask yourselves if management is better than last year's team, the science is just as good as it ever was, three hospitals are open for patient enrollment (strong support for the science, if you had doubts), and more sites are on the way, is this stock a better buy now than last year - six months ago? I think so.

    This is a penny stock, whose pps is controlled by retail investor sentiment - people who are seemingly upset because "someone will have to get hurt for the price to go up."

    That is why we buy low and sell high. The money is made just as much at the buy as it is at the sell - think about it. Right now the stock is low and, hopefully, getting lower. Does anyone here think I care about retail investor valuations? Of course, I want the stock to go lower - it is just more opportunity for someone who believes the science is strong and management is better.

    Nobody owns enough NVIV
    GLTA

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Everyone Need to Calm Down

    by cutiger1980 9 hours ago

    I agree. There are valid reasons to be concerned about whether they will be able to recruit patients but Invivo has done all they can.

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