"Today's news"? What was so great about today's news? Arena didn't lose as much money as they were expected to lose? That Eisai is going to distribute to most of the ROW?
Did you notice that the script numbers were only about 2%? Who cares who is distributing when it's not selling?
Today won't mean sheet to hedge fund managers, other than another short opportunity. They are still going to squeeze every dollar they can, and until the script numbers get significantly higher, it will be mostly business as usual. The manipulation will continue and the pps will start getting knocked back down next week, a little at a time, just like before. If the script numbers go negative, and they are borderline on that, today's gains will be quickly given up.
Today was a farce based on nothing. It was a chance for manipulators to let the pps rise, so they can squeeze another dollar or two ps by shorting and tanking.
If today had included information that numerous insurance companies were now covering Belviq, it would have been significant. And when that happens, you'll see the script numbers take off. But not until.
Sorry to be voice of reason, but that's the way it's going to happen. Let's just hope more and more insurance companies come on board. That is the key, NOT who is the distributor for the ROW, or even more milestone payments.
Actually, he is probably right. This was a nice little bump, but the games will resume next week.
The PTB are NOT going to let tens of millions of shares under call options in January pay off.
The games will resume next week. The powers that be will start bringing it back down a few cents a day just in time for opex.
Why do you think there isn't any talk about script numbers today? They are saving it for later so the cc bump won't hurt their attack, and when it will inflict max damage.
They're here. They are just small time investors who thought they could ride it down without as much downside risk. They wouldn't have the stones to short at .30, but at .12, it's not as risky.
They are Timmy da Weasel wannabes
And, apparently Multilink sees an advantage too. Telecomm is an entire industry that can benefit from PbC.
Keep attack Petersen kids, soon, a PR about BMW, GM, Multilink or some other company will doom your short positions. But I suspect you are already aware of that.
Norfolk Southern proved the technology. That's why they are scared.
they just keep throwing mud and slinging insults. Is that the kind of investor you want to aligned with?
If they are manufactured in China, China requires the rights to the patent. I suspect they won't be manufactured there for quite some time.
the greens got you scared, doesn't it. Just think if AXPW releases info about GM or BMW. BOOM.
The fact that Norfolk Southern is building a new model locomotive using PbC proves credibility, viability, and the technological advance. GM and BMW are next. Big trucks after that, and the telecomm industry after that.
For anyone interested, web search Norfolk Southern NS999
Thanks for the update, Mr. 60 minutes. Was there ever any doubt?
The trick is to figure how to play the manipulation to make more money. For instance, I sold the approval rally.....
I'm sure there are numerous investors who are glad to have your reassurance. :rolleyes:
Hopefully, the GM deal.
Or, a licensing deal that will satisfy BMW requirements for multiple manufacturers.
Or maybe something from the Telecomm conference last week.
Or something about locomotives......
Read it and weep shorts- Of course, YMB won't allow the links, but they can be found by searching NS999
At a recent trade conference, the company (Norfolk Southern) and its partner, Axion Power, documented improvements in the locomotive’s battery management system that ***leapfrogs the technology into the next generation.***
There have been some promising tweaks to lead-acid batteries, but the difference occurred earlier this year, when ***NS 999 switched over to a new lead-carbon battery developed by Axion Power.***
The new PbC® batteries were tested on the Norfolk Southern Hybrid Locomotive Simulator, and the results look promising. According to the report:
PbC® batteries have a unique charging curve, known as “concave down, increasing,” which allows the batteries to self-equalize in strings. This characteristic of PbC® batteries provides for ***simpler battery management and reduced maintenance charging, while increasing the usable energy available to the string***.
And to expound the previous point, I was invested before last weeks telecomm conference in Atlanta. That is a complete new area for this tech. I know enough to know the significance of this tech, in the telecomm industry.
And it's just getting started. When Axion becomes profitable, and stable financially, there are any number of industries that can benefit from this tech.
NOPE. Wrong again.
I've been watching this for a while, waiting on things to develop. After the financing deal this past summer, I knew it would drive the price down, and it did.
As I watched and did my DD, I started seeing things like the BMW, the Norfolk Southern NS999 locomotive, and the GM statement. I wanted to make sure the company would survive. The GM statement regarding the 2014 Malibu getting away from lithium batteries and going to "new technology" lead acid batteries made me realize it was an opportune time to buy in.
When it pops, I'll sell enough into the rally to cover my initial investment, then the rest is playing with the houses money. When it pops, then pulls back, I'll probably buy back in.
This isn't a day trade yet. I don't know if it will ever get volatile enough to be a day trade stock. But with this tech, at this price, at this moment in history, this is a very rare opportunity.
I know what this tech is, and the impact it can have.