INO got a little piszy when people on this MB began to identify themselves separate from the pack, Wolf Pack that is. "It is wise to keep your friends close and your enemies closer" and it is important to be able distinguish the difference. They are "people who Want to see you fail because they've chosen a life that can't succeed." And WHY? do you ask? I'm glad you did....Not because it's personal....These people are paid professionals, do not be deceived in there identity. The get commissions for the impact they make on PPS through influencing the weak minded/willed. So when you smell the stench of their #$%$ simply strip off their facade of traders...and drag them out into the public forum for the predatory animals they are.
So mr. everyonesfavoritpieceofas, geronsucks, and of coarse winnie the poo's side-kick Tigger. You have finally descended to the nadir of your career -- a downer on the OTC with no ethics or integrity.
We didn't make the "Legit List" --- Their presence on this MB did !!!
That just helps those of use here to distinguish themselves form the bottom feeding bashers
Sentiment: Strong Buy
i think oncs will pull back because it doesnt have much to sustain these kinds of minor gains, so opening a position now will have to be LONG and u might be better off waiting.
the only problem for oncs is the oustanding shares, which no one here has managed to respond to. ONCS has 130 million shares on the market. this limits volatility. oncs would probably do an RS before being listed on a major maket. ad by then i imagine oncs will have done more dilution.
I am going to put this as nice as possible and in no way mean this to be condescending or sarcastic... If you need to ask a question like that on any message board on the internet (ESPECIALLY about a speculative OTC), then you need to stay away from investing altogether and start learning.
Read as much as you possibly can about company fundamentals, how to read a balance sheet, P/E and PEG ratios, cyclical vs secular growth, anything you can possibly get your hands on. At the same time, open an account a put a little in it so that when you are ready, you can start (small)... At the same time, paper trade. Learn from all of the mistakes made while paper trading and get a general feel for whether you want to invest or trade (and what trading style you prefer).
Lastly, and I know this will get lot of criticism - Turn on Cramer. NOT for his stock picks because he really is #$%$... However he is a wealth of information when it comes to analyzing companies. Why they move a certain way. He sometimes covers chart patterns, etc.. I stopped watching a very long time ago, but he is a great place for beginners (again, as long as you DON'T invest on his "picks").
Bottom line, you need to get to a place where you can make those decisions yourself. The question you asked is along the same lines of walking up to a random stranger with $5k (or however much you're willing to invest) and giving it to them expecting them to get you a massive return on it. Chances are, like a lot of people online, they have their own agenda and you will never see that money again.