You know "who they operate"???
Ok then, WHO they operate?
If you believe "The Bashers Handbook" then you will fall for anything.
It is all LIES from the THIEVES that are stealing your money.
There is NO MONEY to pay "bashers", as you call them.
Think about it.
The market is doing nothing to support it right now. Short sellers are selling, bagholders are selling. It's all sells. The longer it goes the more risk there is to both holders and shorts - holders for continued losses, shorts to hopefully avoid any catalysts such as large orders. Another order like Michigan and it's an earnings beat guaranteed and an explosive short squeeze followed by and with buyers. No order = endless slumping for holders. You decide which if you're a fortune teller.
91k shares?! you lucky SOB! LOL I wish I did too, that many shares. Actually I am long 7k shares all bought at 8.01.
Why am I long? Good revenues, nice cash position, nice balance sheet, and overall an excellent pipeline in oncology and hematology.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I've been here since 2008 kid. You don't want to dance with me on this floor.
Iclusig at 45 mg is finished. Forever. Iclusig at 45 mg will only be used as a last resort symptom treatment for folks who will die long before 45 mg Iclusig kills them. This is the science we know. Everything else related to different doses of Iclusig is speculation and will not even be presented to the FDA until at least 2018. Tween now and then bagholders will have endured at least 3 direct dilutions. $5.00 per share 3 years from now will give y'all a ten billion dollar market cap.
Good luck with that.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
They would not start production until partnership was locked down. And it's not like you just flip a switch.
One other note... It was great to see so many other long term and major shareholders at the meeting. There were a number of old time ( pre- public) shareholders, each having hundreds of thousands of shares, at the meeting and staying long and strong. Many are purchasing more shares at today's prices.
I'm stuck deciding between walking and selling my precious SIRI for cab fare.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
maybe jail for their annoying free options book commercial on CNBC. No sense in paying attention to these guys. By the time they tell you they are in a stock, they have already sold it.
One of six of my predictions looks like is coming to pass. Thst is....Moffitt combo study. This was the logical next step since they work with PD-1 drugs. So I assume this will lead to human combo studies very shortly....maybe by the beginning of next year. The other five on my list I feel confident. Though the bashers may claim I get zero right...I am 71% right so far. I did get two wrong....big time. I have learned to eat the crow I cooked for others. I did get AA wrong and the BTD approval. I am not perfect. And when the bashers beat me up on that I deserve it. But as I see things moving forward I see progress in the next six months not dependent on the FDA. The next FDA involved decision is about May, providing the pIII starts mid November. If all goes well then this would be the six month interval into the pIII study. It is my opinion this would be a good point for the DMC to peek at the data and determine if there is data to suggest a stoppage. If not then the next point would be mid study.
Everything I am suggesting in this thread is my opinion and I highly suggest everyone check my facts and hypothesis. If you buy or sell based solely on my opinion then you are just plain dumb. Listen to the opposing viewpoints I surely know will come...do your own research....and then be a man and own up to your own investment decisions.
so schiff and smith believe the 5 team on the ground are lying- lied to FBI and Intel committee and n ow lying to sell their book ?
and that Hildebeast and Obama was NOT lying about the video - to the families ?
Do you also believe in the tooth fairy ? Area 51 ? And scientology ?
added to authorized shares at State of Nevada website--'closing' -'Fridaynightspecial'-total now 7.5 billion shares-don't know what the outstanding share count will be come Monday and weeks ahead.
Now that we've introduced short selling, let's make one thing clear: shorting is risky. Actually, we'll rephrase that. Shorting is very, very risky. It's not unlike running with the bulls in Spain: you can either have a great time, or you can get trampled.
Losses can be infinite. When you short sell, your losses can be infinite. A short sale loses when the stock price rises and a stock is (theoretically, at least) not limited in how high it can go. For example, if you short 100 shares at $65 each hoping to make a profit but the shares increase to $90 apiece, you end up losing $2,500. On the other hand, a stock can't go below 0, so your upside is limited. Bottom line: you can lose more than you initially invest, but the best you can earn is a 100% gain if a company goes out of business and the stock loses its entire value.
Shorting stocks involves using borrowed money. This is known as margin trading. When short selling, you open a margin account, which allows you to borrow money from the brokerage firm using your investment as collateral. Just as when you go long on margin, it's easy for losses to get out of hand because you must meet the minimum maintenance requirement of 25%. If your account slips below this, you'll be subject to a margin, and you'll be forced to put in more cash or liquidate your position.
Short squeezes can wring the profit out of your investment. When stock prices go up short seller losses get higher, as sellers rush to buy the stock to cover their positions. This rush creates a high demand for the stock quickly driving up the price even further. This phenomenon is known as a short squeeze. Usually, news in the market will trigger a short squeeze, but sometimes traders who notice a large number of shorts in a stock will attempt to induce one. This is why it's not a good idea to short a stock with high short interest. A short squeeze is a great way to lose a lot of money extremely fast.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I think Mac has done a lot of great things for the company. I think he is true and he is caring. I am not slamming him. I just believe that if the company had a CEO with more credibility in the marketplace it would positively impact the share price.