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IntelliCell BioSciences, Inc. Message Board

  • k.smith182 k.smith182 Jan 15, 2014 11:39 PM Flag

    Good job! Looks like the share price is going up, a BUY rating out now from Sierra World Equity

    Good job! Looks like the share price is going up, a BUY rating out now from Sierra World Equity

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    • bob@electronictransfer.com bob Jan 16, 2014 4:21 PM Flag

      They have a target price of .0042 within the next 10 days?

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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      • The stock is at nearly a 2 month high now. the last time it closed any higher then this was on November 7th at the price of 48 Micros the stock now is at 44 micros and only 4 micros shy of this previews high. this stock is certainly on a up trend it seems that its not going to go back below 20 micros where it was around christmas time. im not sure where its going in 10 days but even if we begin a pull back my guess is 35 micros will be the next low and thats going to be the best higher low we have seen during this up trend after we ee 35 micros again i feel that 50 or even 55 micros could happen in either 10 or 20 more days.

      • The share price is difinatly going up currently the price is 35 micros and the high of the day is 45 micros. the last time the stock closed near these higher prices was December 3rd. that was nearly a month and a half ago. this means the stock is at a 1 and a half month high. i think the stock will continue to move up and eventually hit your target of 42 micros again.

 
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