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IntelliCell BioSciences, Inc. Message Board

  • kurtgoff kurtgoff Dec 31, 2013 2:44 PM Flag

    Looks like this is over

    It really had a chance, but you could see early on Level II they put 2M share blocks up to drive the price back down @ 37 and 39 microns. Its a shame they wont let the shareholders make any money.

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    • I didn't hear any portly lady sing. Unless you have mortgaged you domicile to buy in, just kick it and check in to see what your condition is in on occasion.

    • Waiting to see if Iron RIdge gets smoked in court. Really some issues that make this a possible damages case win for SVFC. Several companies that have been strong armed and shook down by Iron Ridge may stepped forward. Then there is a investor group that will likely have Iron Ridge in court once the svfc thing is settled. I hear there is an attorney assigned waiting to serve some papers to them at the conclusion.

    • Its not over yet. theres still upside from here. Beilve it or not this is only a pullback. Right now is a Higher Low. the last time the Low was 19 micros after a high of 24 micros. today was a low of 26 micros after a high of 37 or what ever you said. also you might be interest to know that the intra-day stocastics had ended on a bullish crossover. and this is the same exact pattern that occured just before yesterday the 30th. so the bounce is not over by a long short this is just a ordinary pull back. i think a few sessions from now SVFC will trade at 40 micros for the first time in nearly a month.

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