Long time since we've heard from you. Teepee and campfire powwows were a lot more interesting with your comments. Hope all is well and look forward to hearing your opinions.
Wisdom, virtue, and best regards,
Chief, how! Thank you for seeking me! Finally I see your post because I've slept off that keg of Kickapoo joy juice UPS dropped off last month. Was that from you? The UPS man said my juice had no sender name on the keg.
Seriously, I'm glad you 'called' me. The stock has been doing so 'porely' that I gave up paying attention to it. Then a little while ago, while I needed to wait and wait and wait for my broadband company's prompt phone response, I browsed from stock board to stock board to see who was bashing what. It was the first I saw your post.
I guess the other reason I'm navigating the boards less is Yahoo's crappiness. You can't even read the posts sequentially unless you navigate backwards. :-(
I don't know what to think of IMMC. It's sure been a disappointment. As of our last conversation two or three weeks ago, my 'source' hasn't heard anything from the company reps. The product is still out there, source has heard nothing negative from nobody nowhere.
I'm now looking at an archived NASDAQ page of IMMC's institutional holdings. In March, 45 holders owned 19.89% of IMMC's shares; today 34 holders own 22.08%. In March, net activity was (894,719) shares; today net activity is 1,001,379 shares. In March, total value of holdings was $17,830,417; today it's $24,909,828. Only one institution has reported for the quarter ending 9/30, so today's figures can change.
You bring back some great memories when you mention Kickapoo Joy Juice. During HS, I got a chance to revel in Southern comic strip hospitality as Daisy Mae's naughty brother, Romeo Scragg, across from my compatriot Lonesome Polecat..... my, my...
Thanks for your sources feedback... my sources tell me IMMC continues to get the confirmatory data for cancer that its press releases bear out. I look forward to seeing how IMMC will leverage its CTC techniques in prostate, colon, and other epethelial cell cancers.
Thanks for drawing my attention back to the institutional data. Seems we have a few less large investors, but even great holdings.
I look forward to Nov. 1st convesation and Cowen's Sara Michelmore follow-up among other analyst reports.
I'll write more after I finish up some industry reports that I am working on for keeping the teepee solvent.
Just a typical day in a typical town in DogPatch USA......