Vical Shares Spike Higher; Note Being Passed Around Indicating VICL, NIH Developing Needle-Free DNA Vaccine for Some Ebola Strains
Charles Gross, Benzinga Staff Writer October 01, 2014 2:24 PM
Look for it and you will see this. It is only a matter of time before VICL and its role in Ebola is brought to Wal Streets Attention.
HSV, HIV, Ebola, WNV, SARS, pandemic flu
$25+ million contract manufacturing
$20+ million additional grant funding
When the economies of scale kick in . A hydrogen storage solution will be cheaper and better for the environment. Musk made a decision to fight and go down with the ship. I bet that Musk will secrety buys a fuel cell company and suddenly changes his mind stating that there is room for both. Hydrogenics possibly? HYGS is the cheapest relative fuel cell company around.
Hydrogenics will be multiple times higher than where it trades today when it true value proposition is realized. Hydrogenics leads the next closest competitor 2 to 1 when it comes to electrolysis. As solar continues to dominate there will be substantial excess daytime capacity that could be stored as hydrogen locally through electrolysis and stored for nighttime or used in your automobile. Utility companies are stopping payment to individuals for their excess capacity pumped back into the grid. Excess daytime capacity is wasted as electricity is just grounded without a electrolysis and storage solution that hydrogenics offers. Two years from now Hydrogenics will trade over 100 bucks barring any splits. Hydrogen fueling station contracts will accelerate and a domestic electrolysis hydrogen solution will become popular.
And that is why on a horrible down day notated wireless attempted to stay positive. You are going to loose your shirt going short. NVTL has more investor support than ever at these prices and dollars get flung at it on any dip. Someone bought in and is supporting their investment until it continues up on its own. Can't you see it? Oh yeah that is why you are trying to scare a few investors out of their shares. Cover your short before it becomes more than your weekly mommas allowance.
Peter going to Jail would bring more bad publicity to Novatel Wireless and be bad for the stock. The #$%$ bag got away with the cake but no longer owns the bakery. From here Peter ousted is about the best we can ask for.
He knows too much about Novatel's business and has a lot to teach the new executive team. He will leave in due time once the transition is complete. I hope he does not get another head job when that happens. He must have written some pretty good stipulations into his contract to not be in jail. He must be a great lawyer.
When we get those 30 cents NVTL will hit new radars. That is step one in the move to the teens but there will be gut wrenching times making you question your investment and if its time to take a profit on the way up. That is because there is no certainty that NVTL will hit the teens but I have a feeling.
Not all criminals go to jail. Some of the best ones are running our public companies.
But was your former CEO a fellow investor or investor abuser. His ticket out the door was a huge settlement for (his insider trading) paid for with shareholder funds and probably a pretty nice see you later package. When investor run groups enter #$%$y run companies you do find that things change as long as the product is not #$%$ as well.
Novatel has higher real margins and could very well trade even higher once the fat is cut and the expenses go down. It may take a year to see it though but NVTL is a stock that should be trading in the double digits a year from now.
It looks like the next leg up is happening. 2015 Should be a year of increasing solar capacity all around the world and ASYS has a large presence. In the next year we could see a new all time high and have a split since the shares outstanding are minuscule.
I read into that as well. NVTL is positioning itself to be sold and his involvement on selling WebSence was specifically stated in the release. The only question is at what price will NVTL be bought out. SWIR is flying high and could take advantage of the premium their share now hold.
Perfectly true and they are probably aware of that fact and selling it to highly appreciated competitors. Executive compensation packages can come with 5 to 10 million in severance packages. It saves a few bucks when buying a company in transition if the end effect is to get rid of the CEO and incorporate their products and IP into yours. The trick is agreeing on an acquisition price that longer term majority shareholders accept.
I was investing in solar when SPWR was 3 and change and FSLR was trading at 11 and it looked like all hope was gone in the solar industry. The short ratios were about 30% for all those companies just like they are here now. Look up the prices now when the industry turned around. Its not as much fun to ride the short bus when sentiment changes to positive after years of suck.
July was one of the first months that a friend of a friend that looks over the Aeropostale region received a bonus. That being said, July was probably a good month which is a good lead into the new quarter. Aeropostale also decreased the loss outlook. ARO stock trades so low because there was nothing but bad news for a long long time. You are going to be toast if you short here. This is not the usual dead cat bounce but an intra-day opposite (live cat drop). Shorts are trying to hold it down but the sentiment has changed and the sentiment leads the direction of the trade.
It's going to take Sycamore at least a week to crunch the numbers. That is unless a deal was in the works before knowledge of the company turning the corner. Ill tell you one thing. July was one of the first months that a friend of a friend that looks over the Aeropostale region received a bonus. That being said, July was probably a good month but the others were probably poor.
If July results continue into the back to school season we will short covering and a return to 10 as quick as ARO stock went down.
The numbers are looking better and if they wait too long they will have to pay more than the conversion price on the debt. By far the numbers are getting better than analyst expectations.