I probably will be dropping my Yahoo account. #$%$ not just the new message board, but they've muckedup the financial stuff by adding tons of content (content = add = money) that the pages don't even work well for me at home. My download speed is about 4 megs, should be good enough. Will give Yahoo a couple weeks before I drop em, to see if they correct problems.
Up on my old Investor village account as luckijack.
cheers and good luck,
They've tried the new Yahoo pages a few time, then go back -- I assume to fix things, then they try it again. An effort so bad that I've wondered if Microsoft is in charge of it.
I'm not adverse to dropping Yahoo altogether if need be.
red is from me. It's Tuesday. Those options this month are meaningless, at least till Friday pm.
They have a lot of flexibility in when the P 3 is released. The data is scrubbed, and reviewed. They can set up reviews to either speed up or slow the process -- but I'm talking a few weeks flexibility not months. Scrubbing the deaths out (there had to be some) is something I hope was set up in the protocol early on.
Based on the fact there's not been a partnership announcement, they might be waiting for results if there is still more than one partner in the running. Good results -- better deal. Also, I've opined that we might see partnership and P 3 release almost at the same time (like a day or so difference). Finally, is buyout potentially on the table? If so, that again might yield P 3 release and buyout very close together.
I'm thinking July. Early August at the latest. They do want to get this to the FDA.
and there is rezoom, who had used a "time diversification" strategy. He owned the stock for a period of time, then diversified by selling the stock for a day (and reducing his risk to zero!), then buying it back a day later.
Joe, I think you might also point out that virtually no financial advisors consider owning a bunch of NVAX bought at many different prices a "diversification" strategy.
got the shares, but a safer buy I think would be to wait till 7.75 or so. Just a few K add. Remains my opinion that we need to cleanly break from the 7.60 range, and if so, the stock should continue up.
I have two words for you -- David Petraeus. Petraeus "intent" to release confidential information is was never in dispute (even by him). Patraeus was finally charged with a misdemeanor, and got probation. Anyone who wants more punishment for Hilliary, good luck with it.
Many of the posts here regarding the "law" have been the law with respect to activities completely unrelated to the activities in this case.
I think it is time for a martini,
foley, foley, foley,
Don't you realize that some out there believe that Hillary may be the Antichrist?
Now, I personally believe that Republican conservatives have done everything they can to diminish Hilliary, cause they knew she might run for President. Sadly, Hilliary, knowing that, has at times added fuel to that fire.
I, I'm an equal opportunity attacker with respect to politics. I generally vote Democratic (for economic reasons, as it actually is contrary to my own pocketbook), but I will go after em all. The intended legacy of the 1960's with respect to politics was to force honesty and integrity everywhere in the process; jeez, at this point in time it seems almost quaint, but I for one still demand it.
On a non-technical issue, the conversion rate on the converts is 6.81; the capped calls sold at 78 cents; the sum of these is 7.59 -- so, the capped calls go in the red at 8.60 (red up to the cap, which as I recall is 9.73). Now, this is not a worry for me, just a price point of interest.
They did not change the law.
The rest of your message is very good, but for the fact you are clueless about the law and the legal nature of "criminal intent."
The best news I see is that the bio indices have recovered quite well. My major concern here has been a concerted attack on bio indices post the Brexit vote, and now that threat looks much much much lower.
Now we just have to move NVAX up to the launch pad.
Morningstar is not correct, is not up to date. They show the Charger corporation with 13.2 million shares; Charger is really First Trust. And if you look at the NASDAQ data ending Q1 this year you will see they sold over 8 million shares. (the NASDAQ data shows the prior total, which matches Charger for 12/31/2015).
So, you have to back off 8.86 million shares. I suppose I should email Morningstar, I've an account.
Also, I will say it is possible they moved the 8.86 million shares NASDAQ shows sold to a private account that did not have to report. But, maybe not, either, and I would not try to sell this idea to anyone.
we are into the range where we see if the stock is going to be held (due to the capped calls).
I, I'd just like to a trading halt followed by a buyout deal. Take care of the capped calls, and takes care of me.