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Titan Pharmaceuticals Inc. Message Board

  • jaaamodeo jaaamodeo Jan 13, 2012 6:42 PM Flag

    gotta laugh

    Not sure I understand the whole Basher thing, how to identify , etc. What I do know is Pro Nura & Probuphine are state of the art. There have to be companies wanting to pair with Titan . For those of you more intelligent than me ( or not ) and want to insult me, go ahead, will not bother me. I bought this stock @ 1.95 and have no plans of selling any time soon. I can only imagine what this stock might be worth. What is a company worth that has a patented form dispersing pain medication over a six month period, that doesn't allow opportunity for mis-uuse, or tampering.

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    • No decent regular poster here will bash you or anyone else for expressing your honest opinion, regardless whether they agree with you or not. Those who do, or who set themselves up like so-called "experts" here have self-serving agendas, period. It's a hard call to explain it but I think Baxter had the best theory I've read so far in that he suggested that many bashers flip back and forth, as the deal suits them, I guess to make that day's dollar.

      I agree with much of your optimism about Titan. My take is that a lot of the people posting here are sitting around with their finger on the sell button, hoping to get in and out for a quick profit. In fact, you can spot them easily when they use terms like "a double" or "bagger." That's been going on here and elsewhere for years. It's neither new or unique to Titan. Too bad things didn't happen quicker here because at least we'd be well rid of most of the "get rich quick gambler types" by now. I believe it's the volatility of the share price, combined with limited controls and oversight on the OTC Board, along with the real potential for quick gains, that keeps the gamblers here like flies at a picnic.

      Sounds like you might have a longer view than mine though. To get to the Parkinsons and pain applications for Pro Neura, a lot more time will be needed. My "guestimate" on that would be years, given clinicals, the FDA, etc., but who knows for sure? Titan's management keeps stating they're looking for a partner but I don't think it's going to be one in the sense some suspect. I look at Fanapt, company history and read the other signals to mean something a bit different than mainstream poster opinion, but that's just my take. Nice to read your post. Join the conversation more often. You can put the idiots on ignore, then they disappear (until they switch IDs again).

    • No decent regular poster here will bash you or anyone else for expressing your honest opinion, regardless whether they agree with you or not. Those who do, or who set themselves up like so-called "experts" here have self-serving agendas, period. It's a hard call to explain it but I think Baxter had the best theory I've read so far in that he suggested that many bashers flip back and forth, as the deal suits them, I guess to make that day's dollar.

      I agree with much of your optimism about Titan. My take is that a lot of the people posting here are sitting around with their finger on the sell button, hoping to get in and out for a quick profit. In fact, you can spot them easily when they use terms like "a double" or "bagger." That's been going on here and elsewhere for years. It's neither new or unique to Titan. Too bad things didn't happen quicker here because at least we'd be well rid of most of the "get rich quick gambler types" by now. I believe it's the volatility of the share price, combined with limited controls and oversight on the OTC Board, along with the real potential for quick gains, that keeps the gamblers here like flies at a picnic.

      Sounds like you might have a longer view than mine though. To get to the Parkinsons and pain applications for Pro Neura, a lot more time will be needed. My "guestimate" on that would be years, given clinicals, the FDA, etc., but who knows for sure? Titan's management keeps stating they're looking for a partner but I don't think it's going to be one in the sense some suspect. I look at Fanapt, company history and read the other signals to mean something a bit different than mainstream poster opinion, but that's just my take. Nice to read your post. Join the conversation more often. You can put the idiots on ignore, then they disappear (until they switch IDs again).

      GLTY

    • thanks for your thoughts. I try to bolster my faith in titan with the realization that this delivery system has many applications for other conditions. At present the majority of conversation seems to focus on opiate addiction and the size of that market but we can also speculate on the application for parkinsons, as well as pain management. I'm most intrigued by the prospects for using this delivery system for pain manangment. When I think of the number of conditions that require some form of pain management the market potential seems much greater. I also read about people that become addicted to pain management meds. as a result of different medical conditions who would be great candidates for a controlled and sustained delivery method that can't be unintentionally abused.

      I'm like you. I'm going to hold this one and see how this hand plays out. No sense in folding my cards. This week's insurgence of new aliases with 'fluff bashing' posts only serves to increase my confidence in this investment.

    • These bashers post the most meaningless posts. I cannot understand why they waste their time here. Just ridiculous.

 
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