on the edgar sec page for dvax there are some filings of a form 13. I think it is capital funds that own over 5% have to file every quarter. I don't know they were filed 2-13. It is form 13a six of them were filed. I have no idea what they are. they do state that it is not change of ownership.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The one in SA article is from Tracey, CA, and our Michael is from San Diego? Are we SURE???
COULD THERE BE TWO??? Hard to prove without real police info.
There's nothing better than a large firm buying out a massive amount of shares and putting about 1/2 of them into their client's accounts. that's a buy signal because they are looking for big gains. To them it's speculative.
Then we have a but rating and a $7.50 target from a company that I watch. Many of their predictions come true. the bad thing is when they are done, they retract the buy recommendation and the stock dives.
Good things puppies! I'll take a flight to $7.50 and a dive to $6. It get's me closer to the $10 where I have my first sell set. Hold until then!
Ed , you and your fellow Krugmanites are done..You're losers, and you are off base about economics.. You insist upon following a failed MODEL..which says that you are but a sheep.....sorrry sonny boy..you're on the wrong end of the stick EEEEEEEdiot..
Gov. Jay Inslee announced Friday that six underground-storage tanks holding a caustic mix of nuclear and chemical waste are leaking at the Hanford nuclear reservation, complicating the long-troubled cleanup effort.
By Craig Welch
Seattle Times environment reporter
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At least six underground-storage tanks each holding tens of thousands of gallons of nuclear and chemical waste are leaking at the Hanford nuclear reservation, the nation’s most contaminated Cold War weapons-production facility.
And federal officials say more of the aging steel waste tanks also may be dribbling out nuclear material left over from a half-century of atomic bomb-building.
Gov. Jay Inslee made the announcement Friday after meeting in Washington, D.C., with outgoing Energy Secretary Steven Chu to discuss cleanup at Hanford.
Inslee told reporters that Energy officials recently figured out they had been inaccurately measuring the 56 million gallons of waste in Hanford’s tanks.
They were forced to conclude that a half-dozen of them had dropped in volume and were leaking anywhere from a few gallons to a few hundred gallons of radioactive material a year.
While the leaks pose no immediate health threat, “they are certainly levels that cause us concern and demand action,” Inslee said.
Energy Department officials would not answer questions Friday about how they planned to respond to the leaks, but Inslee said an investigation is under way.
A spokesman for Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden says the senator will ask the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to investigate a monitoring and maintenance program for underground-waste tanks at the nation’s most contaminated nuclear site.
Wyden is the new chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. He has said he’ll seek a commitment during confirmation hearings for the next energy secretary that all radioactive waste at Hanford will be cleaned up.
Suzanne Dahl, who oversees Hanford’s tank-waste issues for the state, said it is too soon to say where, precisely, the radioactive material has gone, but that it would take many years for the waste to work its way to the groundwater that moves toward the Columbia River 5 miles away.
“Is it held up directly underneath the tank farms? Is it moving? It’s something we just don’t know at this point,” Dahl said. “We do know that there is 150 to 200 feet of dry soil between the tanks and the groundwater.”
Hanford’s single-shell and double-shell underground tanks, built between the 1940s and 1980s, hold such a complex and caustic brew of salts, gas, liquid and sludge that the precise mix of ingredients isn’t even known for all of them.
As a result, the tanks have long been the 586-square-mile site’s trickiest cleanup problem and are at the heart of the nation’s most
expensive construction project: a $13.4 billion treatment plant to stabilize that waste by turning it to glass.
Of the 177 tanks, 149 were built with a single-steel shell and are still in operation decades past their projected life span. Years ago, 67 were suspected to have leaked. At least 1 million to 1.5 million gallons of waste is known to have spilled onto the desert floor.
For nearly a decade, the Energy Department had claimed it had found all potential leaks and had been eliminating risk as workers drained liquid from the single-shell tanks into the newer and much safer double-shell tanks. A handful of the 149 are now nearly empty.
But last week, Energy officials acknowledged for the first time since 2005 that they’d found a new leaker.
The department admitted Friday it had found five more and that analysts hadn’t properly reviewed information about how tank volume had changed.
It appears “they were looking at the data over a more narrow time frame,” Dahl said.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
You guys are nuts. You have been given a chance to buy. This company has increased its distributions almost every year. They are transforming into a fee-based midstream play. Distributions tax free until your purchase price is reached.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Another large holder (but smaller than me) who I just decided to leave his name out of the Yahoo posting of this letter.
Typical OEX Friday pop Wednesday drop. As long as they can lure in weak shorts, they can squeeze. Happens every Friday. This will be trading sideways until volume dries up and then free fall when no weak shorts are left to squeeze. Cash is right about alpha article promoting puts. 15-20% correction is coming. I am staying off this board since I do not want to help promote any trading with this manipulated #$%$. Okay, I am goin on a cruise. LOL!
What happened with "Duromist"?
Okay, no money to continue with it but what if Ratoff told another pharma if they helped NVDL fund the Duromist trial that the other pharma could get 70-80% of future revenues from it while NVDL will get only 20 or 30%, no other pharma is interested, why? What is Ratoff doing with Duromist right now and why won't he tell the NVDL shareholders? What about the fact that Pfizer lost the Viagra patent in Canada several months ago why hasn't Ratoff said a word about it in terms of what it means for Duromist?
then get out by end of day.its going back to .04 but it will be a trader stock i think for a few more days
Unfortunatly you have missed the boat! Old-Tired short telomere BM Cells have no efficacy! You know it, I know it! And Bob Dole Knows it!
Sentiment: Strong Sell