You cocky so and so. Mr. smarty pants. You were sooooooooo sure gold would fly and the dollar would tank. Idiot. You could at least get back on here and apologize. Hej, recall that book I used to caution about and post links to calling for the coming big crash in the 70’s? You never made a comment.
You could at least do what other losers do and say that you WILL be right. Someday. Just wait and see. You only LOOK wrong in this decade.
So, come-on, let hear it. Or, are you busy making money selling explosives?
“CMRX has NONE”
Well, true they don’t. Yet. But, SIGA doesn’t have a broad-spectrum antiviral beginning a Phase 3 FDA regulated clinical trial for the prevention of cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection following allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT).
"Their monkey died"
Yes, it did. So, what did consequently peer-review published research show the reason for that was?
"Possible development of drug resistant viruses was not considered a major problem for CMX001 since it had been demonstrated in the vaccinia model that such mutants were highly attenuated."
So, riddle me this—say hypothetically (and I said HYPOTHETICALLY) 1) in clinical trials CMX001 is found to be safe, and 2) in clinical trials it’s found to be effective against other viral infections (like CMV) in humans, 3) it’s shown to be effective on primary wild-type pox infections in vitro, and 4) you weren’t invested in SIGA. Based upon the scenerio above, which drug would you what in the national stockpile?
Yea, me too.
"They've been saying it for YEARS!... "
Exactly. And the market soars and gold sinks. Yes, some day gold will recover, and then i will say owning gold was right.
As for now... it was wrong.
"PIP and SIGA both will run to $6 or more within a year'
Wow, that high? Why I'll only be down 20-30 % then....
Oh, don't be too sure. Remember our previous calendar on this topic. Who knows, maybe someone else is on PTO, or they are waiting on the State Department to review some talking points or something….
WASHINGTON (Reuters) "The report was the latest suggestion that disinflation was starting to creep in against the backdrop of lackluster domestic and global demand."
"Producer prices recorded their largest drop in three years in April as gas and food costs tumbled, pointing to weak inflation pressures that should give the Federal Reserve latitude to keep monetary policy very accommodative."