easy peasy actually......what goes up must come down eventually....since buying pressure cannot maintain itself forever, but it can hold to a new base which INO has.....so not sure how stupid you are, but apparently you aren't very bright to have to ask this question....or are you just playing dumb in attempt to bash this stock....whatever the case, no amount of bashing will change the new base....so I applaud the effort, but unless there is some cataclysmic event that effects INO in the near term it looks like it will be staying OVER $2 now......I would wait for the next run up in price before shorting this again if I were you....this is probably close to the bottom for now and most likely will hold....hope that helps you idiot... :D
It's all a matter of perception. It doesn't matter if Baxter was going to buy ino or not, what mattered was that people thought Baxter was likely to buy. But now that Roche just bought the "low hanging fruit" with the license deal, people are thinking that doesn't leave much reason for Baxter to buy now...... does it ??
Roche made out on this deal. They have **exclusive rights**
Okay Meat puppet someone has to educate you CHIMPS.
The reason this trash has tanked is because it is WAY over valued, has countless years to go before anything close to a p3 starts. Revenue is down outflow of cash is up, partnership for peanuts for a gamble by Roche because they know the more advanced drugs are hopeless.
If thats not clear enough meat puppet theres the impending dilution Dr Kim says will happen again. He did say that CHIMP and you know that yst you lie.
Look at the amout of shares out there you lying mutt.
Thats why it tanked. Now thank me properly you flaming poof ginger. If it wasnt for me you would still have no idea why it tanked
Sentiment: Strong Sell
I ask the same questions. Combination of shorting and MM manipulating I'm guessing or big tutes are loading up at certain price ranges. Have to wait for the filings to be sure if tutes are loading up.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I'm a long and I wonder the same thing! Something reeks when a stock goes down after a partner is announced and can't hold gains after positive news comes out. I've heard of manipulation, day traders, shorts and the like but, this is getting ridiculous to me!