You sound like Pyrr, and Jerry hanging on stock MB without a penny stake. At least Jerry can read some SEC filing and have particularly interests in the usual warning sections.
I agreed. He is not only too old to have a correct vision, but may have bailed out some of his shares as he suddenly stopped enforcing his usual buy rating. What a pity!
I bet some "longs" will sell their shares today for a few pennies, which is good thing as those shares will be held my someones more determined and stable.
As you said, it is either zero (impossible) or $30 (easy to get there as long as the trial is a success).
Understandable, people will continually trading during this journey!
I fully share your sentiment, but on the other hand, it also creates opportunities as long as one believes his own long investment thesis. GL!
I think I should bump this up seeing those useless and distraction shorts taking the space endlessly. I again bought additional 1.3k today.
Some distractors constantly talked about the how the recent new release is to cover the nonappliance Nadqaq issue while continually forgetting to talked the essence:
1) There will be three multinational large three combination p2 trials with major immunotharaputic companies for three types of cancers in the near future, which may serve as pivotal trials for approvals;
2) DCvax-L partial halt for addtional patient screening may be resolved soon, and the trial is ongign so is dialog between the company and regulatory bodies;
3) The Nasdaq nonappliance should be resolved very quickly.
Too many positive things are going on, which are just got intentionally ignored by shorts.
Thank you Dan88 for making my finger on the keyboard today to buy those shares seem nobody wanted! GL to you and all longs.
I think you finally get some thing right even in speculation, so I give you a thumb up!
If you don't have experience in this aspect, one way for you to do is go search on any big league company to see how many security non-appliance you can dug out, you will be surprised. At end, they all gains appliance.
This is a good start for the company, thought not from LP or the board but from NASDAQ, which means those insurances identified in question have to be corrected, and any future issuance in the regulated scale has to be approved by shareholders.
It is a negative event turn-out-to-be positive event news dear. Hey how about those three big combo trials with three different sets of big league companies. Don't you see any positive about D now?
Oh well, how about the L-trial? It seems the issue will be resolved and since it is well over 300. To gain full enrollment seems just a month or two tasks after the issue is resolved. After that, the data will be know very quickly.
Dan88 Friday, 03/11/16 01:44:20 PM
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My gut feeling about the current temporary halt and it's a common sense too, though mine:
NWBO initiated the halt while submitting certain trial information seeking for 1) approval for a specific group of patients, the m-subtype patients based on overwhelmingly good and significantly rich data showing DCVax-L can greatly benefit this specific type of patients; or 2) at least add specific clauses into the existing protocol so that when IA analyses or final analysis is conducted this specific group of patients will be specifically analyzed and treated for approval.
While the regulatory process (negotiation, review, etc.) is still going on the trial has gradually reached its specified endpoints: interims. Since the company is not seeking fundamentally change the trial and its goal as some naysayer have argued, the trial will at least be analyzed according to the existing protocol (or part of the protocol if the company is successful to incorporate the aforementioned request into the existing protocol).
Because of this, I believe FDA is still weighing on whether the data is adequate for the request, or whether it should take a look when a prespecified events are reached on the m-subtype of patients and/or the overall patient population.
It is unwise and unethical and dumb for not separating this particular group from the whole in assessing approval as personalized treatment truly gets specific and personal, which is a definite development trend in cancer treatment developments around the world.
Below is a link of LL's 29 Feb 2016 youtube presentation (upload date of course) which I believe is most recent talk she has given and one definitely after the one withdrew some time ago:
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, 29 Feb 2016.