One and probably both of these companies will turn a 10K investment into 500K-1 million dollars in the next 5 years. The CHALLENGE is to ride out all the ups and downs while CONTINUING to hold and not selling out prematurely for a 'few thousands' OR in fear.
I have 62k shares in INO (0.99 average) and 220K shares in ONCS (0.29 average). I've decided to hold on to 75% as my core (no matter what for 5 years) and to sell the other 25% when it reaches a level to pay me back my original investment plus tax liability--I'm hoping NOT sooner than a year so the tax liability will be 15% vs 33-40%. Selling before a year is only giving Uncle Sam a big bite of the profits.
Who else owes both ONCS and INO, what is your strategy??