We certainly had sufficient warning, but were stubborn with our dreams. Today marks the end of my trading and being at the mercy of unscrupulous CEOs and their abetting boards. The market is more corrupt than any mafia owned casino or even our politicians
This board will very soon disappear, so I offer my regrets to all who are not short (the pigmy people). I will miss the the colorful posts of saltwaternurse. Cap'n, I want to say to you that you are a very exceptional, bright lady with a successful future awaiting, no matter whatever your pursuit. You have a great flair for creative writing,and I won't be surprised to see a novel with the author's name," NACLH20RN." some day, if I'm still around. Smooth Sailing!
Aj sorry to hear the news as well. However investing is all about learning, and know one in life becomes successfull without failing first. I would ask that you look at these two stocks to make some funds back first is DNDN they just got a new cancer drug passed in Europe and are extremely undervalued. You can buy this stock and watch it go to 5 dollars in less then two months. Next stock to get into after selling that would be INO. They are waiting for published results on an HIV vaccine, also to come is their phase two results on a HPV therapeutic vaccine. This is due first quarter of 2014. Research this advice then buy these stocks in the order I've said and you will see a huge uptrend in your portfolio. Best of luck. Shandon
cpa has followed dndn for well over a decade.Yes it is low but for very good reasons.LOOK AT THE SALES.DUAL DRUG COMPETITION, NOT ONE DRUG APPROVED AFTER DNDNS BUT 2(BOTH BIG PHARMAS) AND PULLING OF GUIDANCE and the debt before TOUTING dndn.
I expect that you are feeling a bit defeated today, as am I. Although we all knew this was the likely outcome, I also think that everyone who traveled along this crazy Yellow Brick Road with us had high hopes that the journey might be rewarded with a successful audience with the The Wizard. I guess it just wasn't meant to be.
While I'm disappointed, I'll look back on this lesson and the people I met along the road here with a fondness and camaraderie that only comes from friendships formed whilst in the trenches. Yours, of course, being a big part of that. :) So thank YOU, AJ, for giving such a lot of yourself to a board full of relative strangers, for taking the time to try and get answers and also for picking us up when we started to stumble.
This was personal - and I think it's safe to say that we really gave it our all, hung in when perhaps we shouldn't have and that it's really ok to hoist up the main and set sail. I'll be seeing what I can salvage after I post this and I'm peaceful with that. I do thank you for your encouraging words to me personally and who knows, I think there might well be a book rolling around in my bilges somewhere! lol Not sure quite what it'll be about yet - perhaps "Blown by the Trades - 101 Charting Mistakes" by the Bewildered NaClH2ORN :) Anyway - I'm sure our friends are eye rolling at this post by now (haters! lol) I wish you well and will see you around AJ - Fair winds and following seas, Saltwaternurse
Thanx for your parting words, cap'n. I wasn't kidding ( although I parenthesized a chuckle) about signing on as your first mate, but the decades leaves no choice but to be as soul mates on passing ships in the night. But damn, I forgot, I am cursed with mal de mer! xxxxx