Fraz, you know what happens when you assume things. Yes, my screen name was created this week. What does that have to do with anything. I've been in CLDX since March, 2012. I have been in OPK since last month. I profited handsomely with TSRX. Bailed at $14 while others like you said a higher bid was coming. Waiting 3-years for the $2 CVR, bad strategy. Been in PRAN when it was in the $3s. See how little you know Frank.
Lastly, you are the one that bragged about managing your $1 million dollar BIO/PHARMA and let proclaim to the world about opening a $1,700 position in a stock I don't remember the name of. Do you like always like to embellish Frank?
See, you really do not know of what you speak!
Have a wonderful day!
"It will depend obviously on how much gas there is and that is yet to be defined. I think before any expansion project goes forward based on any resource there is going to need to be a definition of what reserves are available," Mr Graham said."
hmmmmmmmmmmm. Problems in the "data room"? Discovery of gas in 2006 but they still haven't agreed on the RESOURCE "ESTIMATE"??????????????????????????
Sentiment: Strong Sell
deliveryman - that is correct. We'll touch 1.75 today (it may close a bit above, but no more than 1.80). And by the end of September INO will be trading between 1.25 and 1.50. Mark it!
I thought that, too...possible retaliation on home soil...but the emphasis is on "crowd control".
I think you're right and there is every chance this is preparation, not necessarily expectation....but I continue to wonder about the very specific date of Oct 1st that is emphasized. What event is expected by then to be a potential trigger?
Syrian involvement is the first thing that comes to mind.
Who knows? Not me...I just put this link up as a point of interest and possible speculation...not as any kind of prediction.
You would like for something like that to happen... A loss of life so you can profit.
Pretty disgusting girlyman.
Ms. Ellen Kullman, DuPont Chieftess Might Have To Lower DuPont AG Numbers!
Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag,
Readers, as a regular CNBC viewer, the T.V. always blaring during trading hours, we pay close attention to one savvy and telegenic Wall Street pundit, beautifully blond Stephanie Link, a portfolio manager. In a separate video interview yesterday, Sept. 4, 2013, Stephanie disclosed she had decided to sell her position in Double "D". Why?
"Now in the grip of an activist investor, DuPont is less a pure play on chemicals". The breakup of DuPont is already priced in. Moreover, Ms. Kullman, DuPont Chieftess, "might have to lower numbers in DuPont AG."
Ah...yes...You don't suppose the huge numbers involved in settling tens of thousands of Imprelis claims in federal and state courts might influence DuPont AG numbers? Potentially and ultimately as much as $2 billion or more in our estimation? Nah, of course not according to the PR con artists representing DuPont over the internet! All neatly covered by plentiful insurance, they lie and imply.
Frankly and personally, we are taking Stephanie's lead, and increasing our short position in Double Dreary.
Merely the morning remarks and opinion of one individual retail investor with both short and long positions in DD...funfun..
I guess Frankfurt finally got the memo. Ticker shows this banner "Trading has been suspended for KOD:GR". To bad scammer, you're stuck holding the bag.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Even a.1% dividend will attract back investors now. A idiot can see 4% is closer.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
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The group holds a large position in Fannie and Freddie preferred shares in the belief that the companies will be returned in full to the public market. With a combined earning power of over $40 billion, Berkowitz said, they "can more than afford to give a big win to the government, taxpayers and make everybody whole in the ownership structure." (Preferred shareholders are given seniority.)
"I like the preferred because the market does perceive both Fannie and Freddie to be near death, and that makes no sense to me," he said. "You can buy the preferred at such discounts that you get unbelievable promised yields. I expect those preferreds to pay the dividends."
(Related: Cramer: This sector is in an 'amazing renaissance')
Fannie and Freddie "are very valuable franchises," Berkowitz said. "They are essential to the running of our mortgage market. … Because Fannie and Freddie have a public mission, funded by private capital, they have a very unique place."
Fairholme holds nearly $1 billion of Sears. Berkowitz said its management has done a great job and that the comparables to other retailers are encouraging signs that Sears is undervalued.
"How can you have Sears selling where it is and compare it to Simon Properties? Sears has more square footage than Simon Properties," he said. "We have something that is extremely valuable. If it's anything close to having an apples-to-apples comparison, then something is very wrong. One is either very expensive or one is very cheap."
Berkowitz looks at the retailer as a value investment and will continue holding his shares.
"I still have my mini-Berkshire Hathaway model working on Sears, and I haven't been able to disprove that theory yet," he said
Sentiment: Strong Buy