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angelofoca 623 posts  |  Last Activity: May 27, 2015 2:41 PM Member since: Dec 15, 1999
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  • angelofoca angelofoca May 27, 2015 2:41 PM Flag

    Investing 101:
    Find a stock trading for ~ $8.00, which "should be a least $15.00 a share..." and BUY, BUY, BUY ! ! !

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    Rexista Timeline

    by wimuskyfisherman May 21, 2015 11:36 AM
    angelofoca angelofoca May 21, 2015 5:00 PM Flag

    No, time frame is 10 months for approval (or Denial -CR letter) but, unlike ANDAs, it's given a firm date for the response.

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    Q & A??

    by zoos7 Mar 9, 2015 3:27 PM
    angelofoca angelofoca Mar 9, 2015 4:17 PM Flag

    I believe the presentation was 23+ minutes, so there was a 6+ minute Q & A - but the presentation was ended there, so no input/output

  • yahoo replacing "a", "first letter in the alhabet" with #$%$

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    Novartis will buy them out !

    by threewayswitch Nov 6, 2014 2:54 PM
    angelofoca angelofoca Nov 18, 2014 5:05 PM Flag

    Weird - when I post, #$%$ll the #$%$" in my text get repl#$%$#$%$ed by " #$%$ " #$%$s you #$%$#$%$n see in the text below.

    If I t#$%$ke it into notep#$%$d #$%$nd do #$%$ se#$%$r#$%$h #$%$nd repl#$%$#$%$e, it then posts properly. Anyone else h#$%$ving th#$%$t problem???

    hum#$%$n tri#$%$ls - if it w#$%$s #$%$ given th#$%$t these tri#$%$ls would work in hum#$%$ns, the m#$%$rket #$%$#$%$p

    hum#$%$n tri#$%$ls - if it w##$%$ #$%$ given th#$%$t these tri#$%$ls would work in hum#$%$ns, the m#$%$rket #$%$#$%$p

  • Reply to

    Novartis will buy them out !

    by threewayswitch Nov 6, 2014 2:54 PM
    angelofoca angelofoca Nov 11, 2014 4:15 PM Flag

    No... RSV is worth approx $1 Billion a year - CGF166 is worth approx $5 Billion a year.

    Although I would say that RSV has about 5 times better chance of it working... so in that way... they're about of equal value right now

  • Reply to

    So here's the question:

    by redspinelpinktopaz Nov 9, 2014 10:50 AM
    angelofoca angelofoca Nov 11, 2014 3:51 PM Flag

    Phase 1 studies, which primarily test for safety, require that a single patient be tested and monitored for safety before they move on to patient # 2, and possible/probable increase in dosage - a very slow process for first few patients.

    However, Doug said that the very first dosage is enough to show efficacy if it works... that means that within appox 6 months, we may know if it works or not - my feeling is that... since Novartis will be first to know... they may well make an offer for $200M for the Atoh 1 technology alone and all it's patents - which is basically the amount of the milestone payments in aggregate, if it were to go to completion, that would save Novartis anywhere between $100M to $250M in royalty payments PER YEAR.

    I'm guessing Doug will turn it down - If they make an offer... it will be a dead giveaway that it works.

    Eventually it could easily bring in $5 Billion a year, @ 5% royalty that would be $250M a year pure profit in royalties - assuming 14M shares, that would/could be $17.85 per share in EARNINGS x 10 p/e = 178.50 per share... oh... minus $20K a year for a secretary to count the f#@en money!!! - IF IT WORKS

  • Pfizer Inc. (NYSEFE) has notified Pain Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: PTIE) that it has decided to discontinue its agreement to develop and commercialize REMOXY™ (oxycodone) Extended-Release Capsules CII, an investigational extended-release oral formulation of oxycodone. Pfizer will return all rights, including responsibility for regulatory activities, to Pain Therapeutics, Inc.

    Holy s**t - 20K shares of IPCI now makes you a millionaire in 4 to 5 years... maybe sooner.

    Fair buyout offer from Pfizer - $500 Million up front = 16.00 share + voucher good for $500 Million when/if Rexista gets FDA approval, + voucher good for $500 Million when/if Regabatin gets FDA approval - 1.5B total buyout to Pfizer - $48.00 share possible to present shareholders within 4 years.

    assumes 30M fully diluted shares

  • Reply to

    How many of ur friends(now ex)

    by badford59 Jun 24, 2014 2:52 PM
    angelofoca angelofoca Jun 24, 2014 3:24 PM Flag

    I got all my nieces, nephews, my daughter and grandson all in on it -

    They are all averaged in at around $3.60 - $3.70

    popular??? hell yea!!! they can't thank me enough.

    I hope you're short big time, and get your whole family to short it too a$$hole!!!

  • Reply to

    Heavy Put Buying

    by pfort1 May 27, 2014 3:37 PM
    angelofoca angelofoca May 27, 2014 4:01 PM Flag

    you're confused as to how this works - Selling puts at any price is a bullish position - I short would BUY the puts and give you a premim to do so.

    I have sold many many PUTS - for instance the premium paid to me, for the July 7.50 PUT is $3.10 which makes my cost basis on the stock, if put to me at $4.40.

    I have sold PUTS in many strike months and strike price - even this morning I sold some Oct 14 $12.50 PUTS and got $7.30 which makes my effective cost if put to me at $5.20.

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    about Gregory(s)

    by angelofoca May 21, 2014 4:00 PM
    angelofoca angelofoca May 22, 2014 11:44 AM Flag

    Well, Well Well - The OCD basher finally answered my calling LOL... now would you respond to my previous question.

    You've often referred to the Odidi's as goat herders - Now... since their accomplishments are so much greater than yours, - a dejected employee whose main accomplishment in life is to incessantly post drivel on an anonymous message board - and they, the Odidis, can buy you and sell you a thousand times over, - HOW MUCH LOWER THAN A GOAT HERDER DOES THAT MAKE YOU ???

    Are you aware you are in serious need of help???

  • angelofoca angelofoca May 21, 2014 7:33 PM Flag

    State your position on IPCI - are you long short or just sitting on your hands

  • angelofoca angelofoca May 21, 2014 7:31 PM Flag

    LIAR - presentation and presenter both have stated that theirs is best in class resistance

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    about Gregory(s)

    by angelofoca May 21, 2014 4:00 PM
    angelofoca angelofoca May 21, 2014 5:25 PM Flag

    I should add - I have 140K shares of IPCI and I believe it is the best risk reward I've come across in 25 years of investing in emerging biotechs. - This company has it all.

    I've been saying from the beginning - the generics will keep the doors open and the first to file on Seroquel XR will bring in probably $100 Million in 2016 - but it's all about Rexista - best tamperproof technology out there , and Regabatin XR which is a once a day version of 3x a day Lyrica which sells $2.4 Billion a year .

    It's all a matter of WHEN not IF. - Never said soon on Genvec and never said soon here - but if you buy 20,000 shares of IPCI - and forget about the noise here - you'll probably be a MILLIONAIRE in 3 to 5 years. - I expect to be a MULTI-MILLIONAIRE assuming IPCI is not bought out.

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    about Gregory(s)

    by angelofoca May 21, 2014 4:00 PM
    angelofoca angelofoca May 21, 2014 5:04 PM Flag

    ROFLMFAO - I know the difference between LIES and inconvenient truths.

    Post what I ACTUALLY said about Genvec - never said gnvc was SOON going to $200 you lying sack of shet - I said it has the potential to go to $200, still say so, and have been buying the hell out of it today. bought a boat load at 28 cents - made a small fortune - if their hearing technology works, $200 will be cheap.

    You say - defend gregory who i think has brought a lot of good facts to this board -

    ROFLMFAO - he was shouting get out get out at $1.70 - ROFLMFAO - you must have believed him and got out, ROFLMFAO - I bought around 100K shares then - probably the ones you sold.

    You say - take facts wherever you can find them -

    You're a lying sack of sheet trying to pass off lies as facts - you keep repeating that rexista's tamper proof technology has failed when instead it is THE BEST IN CLASS TECHNOLOGY OUT THERE incorporating ALL of the other technology together.

  • angelofoca by angelofoca May 21, 2014 4:00 PM Flag

    Below is a post from the brilliant bigot on this board from Nov 7, 2013 - at the time IPCI was at $1.70

    Just how big of a MORON is this idiot getting 5 cents a post

    gregory03.alan • Nov 7, 2013 7:17 PM Flag
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    ICEBERG Dead Ahead !!! DILUTION !!! SOS !!!
    For Any New Investors Looking at IPCI this is a TERRIBLE TIME To Enter !!! Well ANY Time would be TERRIBLE With This Dr DILUTION Ready TO PAY BILLS ONCE AGAIN THRU THE DILUTION OF SHARE HOLDERS VALUE .... JUST LIKE THE PAST & 7 YEARS !!!! OMG !!! Please BEFORE Investing A Single Penny In IPCI you Must Fully Read The November 25, 2011 Press Release Putting $30 MILLION In Stock Printing into This Nigerian CEO Greasy Hands !!!

  • Reply to

    Gimme some...

    by bertrand_sternwood May 21, 2014 9:39 AM
    angelofoca angelofoca May 21, 2014 11:56 AM Flag

    I do hope you're short - why not tell us what and when you short and when you cover

  • Reply to

    Gimme some...

    by bertrand_sternwood May 21, 2014 9:39 AM
    angelofoca angelofoca May 21, 2014 11:53 AM Flag

    I personally believe his crystal ball is far far better tuned than yours

  • angelofoca by angelofoca May 21, 2014 10:41 AM Flag

    My feeling is that they will become a general contractor - selling the generics to "whoever" wants them for a cost plus mark up - if they were't partnered with PAR on focolin, they could now be selling all the focolin strenghts to TEVA, Mylan, Watson etc. who are having manufacturing problems

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    reason for the drop in pps.

    by angelofoca May 1, 2014 1:43 PM
    angelofoca angelofoca May 1, 2014 1:54 PM Flag

    Strange that this release today had no negative effect on pps

    Thursday, May 1, 2014 - 8:00am EDT
    Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE) presented results today from three pivotal studies of investigational agent ALO-02 (oxycodone hydrochloride and naltrexone hydrochloride extended-release capsules). One of the studies demonstrates a statistically significant difference in pain scores in patients with moderate-to-severe chronic low back pain receiving ALO-02 versus placebo. The other studies demonstrate lower abuse potential of ALO-02 in recreational opioid users by oral and intranasal routes when compared to immediate-release oxycodone. Data from these three studies were presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the American Pain Society (APS) in Tampa, Florida.

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