Typically, you like a strong move up on strong volume, but this week, FBC moved to the 18.80 level several times, but on weak volume.....but there are people that are clearly accumulating FBC.....I sold some shares at 18.75 as a limit order and 25% of the order filled at 18.78 and some at 18.76 then the rest at 18.75......Greece could affect the financials to some degree ove the next few weeks as they have 4 payments due to the IMF on 4 different dates and another payment due at the end of the month.....it's important, because Spain, Portugal & Italy are in the discussion and close behind.....I feel that FBC will visit the 18.30's next week and I will be a buyer there......
goldman is full of idiots the rapid growth has already started that is why avgo just bought brcm and intel is buying altr is to meet demand for the auto industries need due to autonomous vehicles.
it is not going to happen in 2020 it is going to be showing up in 2017 there is going to be a shocking number of cars with advanced accident avoidance systems there is race to get ahead of soon to come legislation requiring systems in the near future MBLY is sitting pretty because of this
Things could get very interesting if CLDX reports good results treating glioblastoma this weekend... then MACK follows on Monday reporting good interim results treating gliomas. CLDX has a market cap double that of MACK.
Glioma though is a slowly progressing tumor; its prognosis is not very good. There is no cure and the only aim of treatment is to bring down its growth and to manage symptoms. The survival rate from the time of diagnosis is on an average 12 months but with better modalities of treatment coming up a median survival of up to 11 to 12 years seen. Again the life expectancy depends on whether the tumor is benign or malignant with the latter carrying lesser years of survival.
Glioblastoma is a rapidly growing tumor with a survival rate of 3 to 5 months from the time of diagnosis if left untreated. But, following surgical removal a survival rate of 1 – 2 years has been observed. The years of survival reduce with increasing age. In 10% of the cases a survival rate of 5 years has also been seen.
Now Same DAY #1 @ ASCO BLCM Says The Target is Not the answer to solid tumor CAR-T- Need to strengthen the response- OF COURSE you do- 1/2 CAR-T cells lost- binding to Hyaluronan- need to remove or attenuate it with PegpH20.
American Express Company logo Traders bought shares of American Express Company (NYSE:AXP) on weakness during trading hours on Wednesday following insider selling activity, American Banking & Market News reports.
will the conservative SICKnESS ever end? ever?
I usually trade only options expiring the last trading day of the week I trade them. Today, I traded this week's Weeklys puts expiring today.
I usually buy slightly out of the money options. I don't want to be too specific, but I traded puts with one or more of the following strike prices today: $430, $432.50, and $435. When I bought puts today AMZN was around $432 and there were only about two hours left to go.
The ranges of the downward run I participated in with puts today were:
15 cents to $1.63 (for $430)
99 cents to $4.09 (for $432.50)
$3.00 to $6.50 (for $435.00)
I got in early and got off early, so I made only about 40%.
yep, but before he becomes expensive fertilizer he tosses you his bullet full of llello.
when the #$%$ did I say I was predicting anything?
that's why there are things called 'technicals' and educated guesses
that's what everyone uses
Jetman, just one last question with regard to your posting above, how much do you think the Amgens & Mercks of th,is world might be willing to put on the table if they were to establish interest in RNN's science platform?
I know its pure guesswork, but what do you reckon big pharma mighht be willing to pay for such an acquiisition?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The whole core Confederate Culture Area states and their Diaspora are on welfare, subsidized by money from Texas and the Blue States through Washington. We have subsidized and perpetuated that dysfunction for around 50 years. They cannot make a living in the modern world - neither the state of Mississippi nor the denizens of Baltimore.
In the 150 years since the Civil War that area of the core South has not developed much. The societies and economies remain primitive. Workers with common interests are separated by race into adversaries by Dixie politics and the historic culture while the real players clean the table. Today many of the states appear to be trying to set up the same old game, this time expelling their low income, sick, and old people North.
Culture change is a loser. No one has a clue about how it might be done. It appears that populating the area is one tactic, however. If the area then develops economically the rising tide and the example would only help the original people. Large scale immigration of, say, people from Mexico or even the Copts from Egypt (a middle class) is a possibility. Imagine how things in the US would be better if the Southeastern Culture Area wasn't just a drain any more, but was developed. Every year that goes by now will make such a thing harder and harder because of the disappearance of ladder jobs. It's a whole stage that increasingly has to be skipped because of our present Industrial Revolution that is wiping out jobs by the million and hopefully making new ones, or will.
Meanwhile the problem isn't race, but Dixie. And you, sdmiller, are apparently as much part of that problem as the the people in the papers as your posting history makes clear. Our taxes may well be subsidizing your neighborhood. If so, why?
a refresher here on the early days of the financial crisis, check out these price swings!
11-26-08 buy ALL 22.85
12-11-08 sell ALL 26.56
11-21-08 buy AMZN 37.42
12-10-08 sell AMZN 49.64
11-21-08 buy BAC 10.64
11-24-08 sell BAC 14.26
11-21-08 buy BP 40.83
12-11-08 sell BP 46.90
and the list goes on! lol the good old days...