I finally got up the courage to listen to Gary's NYC presentation
There was nothing new discussed, and there was only question asked when he finished, meaning that nobody seemed interested in what he was selling, making it a waste of time and money.
So we need to ask ourselves, why are we(individual investors) the only ones that believe in ACTC? What are we seeing that the big investors are not? Could it be that we are blinded by greed, that we don't see all red lights that they do? And there are of OTC stocks with far less to offer than ACTC, that are selling higher than 7 - 8 cents per share, so again why? We have a world class BOD, and a world class scientist in DR. Lanza, what are we missing? Anyone care to guess?
Far be it from me to drive my message into the ground, like the old Leo Kottke introduction to playing his favorite melody,,,,but, I have to,,,,,just once more,,,,,,,,the street does not believe anything management says or does. Been that way for years, and won't change very soon. If it wasn't for the FDA, this would be trading sub-zero by now.
"If it wasn't for the FDA, this would be trading sub-zero by now."
Come on, Karen, the FDA is responsible for keeping ACT afloat? The FDA hasen't really been our friend, in fact I think big pharma tweaks their nose by delaying these trials. And I truely believe that the EMA will approve AMD & SMD treatments, before the FDA does. And by the way, the lowest a stock can ever go is zero.