Hi jetman, I was surprised to learn Dr. Kus had sold Isis. Good luck to you & I hope you picked up more Vical in the $1.40s. : )
Hi Dark, it is Sunday so I feel like I am in confession. I hope you are well and still commenting on ISIS. Remember what Neitzsche said, "the master can become the slave through obsession" . Neitzsche may have said it better, but after all he is German and a dedicated philosopher, while I am Canadian and try to think as little as possible.
I sold Isis at $15 because I wanted to take some profits. My investment in OGXI is enough to tighten up one's ba**s (and I don't mean bass which are quite active on the river I fish in Southern Ontario). No judgment on ISIS; just confidence in ASO drugs and that OGXI will make it.
Enjoy the rest of the summer Dark.
Dark I'd switch to RNN over VICL. KG, within the next couple of days I'm going to give you an update in regards to RNN and why I think over the next 12 to 18 months that it will be a big winner. Dark, for each share of VICL you can purchase almost three shares of RNN. t
Vical will make a heck of a come back with -in the next few months especially when big pharma makes a bid for A-7 & CMV etc . I hope you stay with your Vical for the ride up from this point of $1.32. Great looking moon out tonight. : )
No relief from symptoms with Vical's vaccines. VICL is in some serious trouble and there are very few speculators who are willing to put their money into an company with abysmal performance like Vical. Another horrible failure like Allovectin and they will literally be out of business. I recommend you stay light years away from VICL. Their researchers have less gray matter than other respectable companies, like ISIS.
There is no reason to worry about VIcal . . . unless you have been foolish enough to invest in their stock. Who knows . . . maybe the restructuring will help weed out the non-productive scientists and they might hire someone who knows how to develop a drug that works. VICL should be OK in a couple years after the dust settles from their bankruptcy.
A matter of time before Darkout comes through again. He warned us of toxic mipo years before the market learned it. Toxic drugs do not sell to the mass public. mipo will fail like al of the other ans. drugs.
VICL has not been able to produce a drug lately that is safe. VICL down 55% for the year and is selling at a lower price than it was 20 years ago. Many people have wasted their investment money on VICL and they will probably be forced into bankruptcy within 12-24 months. ISIS up 145% for the year with lots of good potential in the pipeline. Why waste money on a dog like VICL when you can own a winner like ISIS? Because you are a pumper and a dumper and it looks like your ignorance has left you holding the bag with a stock headed towards the sewer. Around the bowl and down the hole . . . roll VICL, roll. *chortle*