I, genuinely, anticipated this week leading up to the Liver Conference in Amsterdam would have resulted in ABOVE average daily volume....not so! I guess we'll all know by this time next week whether GALT's presentation is a non-event, or a catalyst to higher stock prices (meaning North of $5.00). Is this week the calm BEFORE the storm?.....meaning a change in stock price of + or - $1.50?
I think your question was answered today with all the volume. I would also note the chatter on this board is at a minimum considering the volume. The only posters contributing seem to be the negative bashers. I have no desire to feed their thirst for dialogue by myself. If there were enough people interested I was going to host a different board - there was no interest - so sorry you are on your own. I did correctly call the outcome of this conference significant. The result happens to be a sea change in sentiment. So that is the good news for any longs.
I have most of the Trolls on my IGNORE list which removes a lot of clutter.
However, we share different opinions of Ernie; I've NEVER thought of him or considered him a BASHER. I've always found his replies to be thoughtful & informative. I may not agree with everything Ernie says, but he is polite & doesn't try to force me or anyone into accepting or rejecting his notions.
I was really happy to see all the volume today; someone must have said something interesting at the conference.
How long does GALT have to be above $5,00 a share before Fund Managers can legally start buying GALT?.