Thanks Fast, do you know when the original patents were granted that are being disputed? I thought we are looking at less than 5 years until the patents will be open for anyone to use? So, with appeals even if STEM did survive the patents would be no longer be in dispute after their life span runs out.
Thanks for your post.
Now why don't you tell everyone the rest of the real important info.
1) The order was entered years ago.
2) The judge did not give STEM any money so CUR has not paid STEM a penny.
3) That ruling has been rolled up and moved to Maryland and Judge Titus's court. So, what ever happens no matter what side wins the other will appeal and it will continue to go on.
So, the actual verified fact is a ruling was made and no monetary damages have been assigned after almost 6 years. So, why don't you tell everyone all the things STEM is going to buy with that piece of paper showing the judges ruling because that is all it is, a piece of paper, LOL. I love that the desperation on this board is so bad they only post part of the facts and leave off the most important.
So Karen.....Tell everyone what the Jude awarded STEM and how much CUR has to pay. Oh you can't because there was no money awarded, LOL.
LOL, don't you know anything about the stock you are posting about. STEM burns through $3.75M a month. So, the $25M you posted about will only last 6.5 months. The deal closed May 1st so they are down to 5 months of that cash left. Plus they didn't get the whole $25M after fees. So, they will be asking for more by the end of September or early October. That is one big factor in the stock price not going anywhere, along with no catalysts, no trust, no products etc......You get the picture.
You always seem to forget the biggest loser of them all, STEM. It set low after low after low, to many to count. Going from $180 to $0.70 rules as king of losses. All while burning through more than half a BILLION dollars. Show everyone any other biotech that has burned through that kind of investors money, has nothing to show for it and has ever survived and made anything of the company. You can't because it has never happened. On top of that STEM hides all their study info and won't let the information be verified by peer review. A sure sign that STEM is hiding the fact that their lack luster a best study results are all hype and no facts. They are simply trying to keep from going bankrupt while Mgt. lines their pockets with investors cash. They can't even reach a $1 with all these so called catalysts coming up. If investors really believed STEM had anything the price would have surged. Instead it has barely crossed over the last offering price that was more than a month ago. A sure sign that institutions have learned from being burned so many times by STEM before, VERIFIED FACTS!!!
LOL, and how does this change the facts I posted, it doesn't. Kolbert's and Maxim's record speaks for itself. Choke on the fact that Maxim has NEVER (0%) gotten one of their STEM predictions correct. Add onto that the fact that Kolbert's ranking among Biotech analysts is #2811 out of 3602 analysts, that is failure in anyone's book. if you think that based on Maxim's and Kolbert's past record they are going to suddenly hit a home run you will be in for a world of hurt. Don't bet more than you can afford to lose because odds are greatly in favor of you losing.
I'll make sure to come back and remind you of who was right. Considering this stock has gone from $180 to its current levels I feel pretty safe in my opinion. What you forget is you are dealing with STEM, a company that refuses to allow their work to be peer reviewed for accuracy and credibility. They have been blasted by analyst's for years for keeping their trial data private and not letting the work to be reviewed which is industry standard. By the way, why is this time any different than all the other times STEM has put out data and the stock price slides down. LOL, it is always this time will be different. Good luck but don't think it will happen.
Even better from one of the websites that follows biotech and the analysts that make their predictions. Here is what they had to say: Jason Kolbert of Maxim Group rates stocks in the biotechnology sector and he’s ranked #2811 out of 3602 analysts on TipRanks. Yesterday, Kolbert made two news ratings for StemCells Inc (NASDAQ:STEM) and NovaBay Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NYSEMKT:NBY).
Kolbert maintained a Buy rating on StemCells Inc with a $5.00 price target, as the company presented data at the American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) meeting yesterday. The analyst noted, “These data leave us encouraged that we may see even more robust results from the larger PII PATHWAY study which is now underway and rapidly enrolling.” Kolbert has rated StemCells Inc 7 times since May 2014, earning a 0% success rate recommending the stock with a -53.3% average return per STEM rating.
Wow, yea, you should bet your kids college fund on Kolbert's predictions. You got to love that ranking. A monkey throwing a dart at a board could do ten times better, LOL. You get excited about an analyst that has rated STEM 7 times and has earned 0% success rate. Thanks for the laugh, keep them coming.
LOL, Do you know how many times they have placed big price targets on STEM, TONS. Do you know how many times they have been accurate, ZERO, LOL. They are the sole runner for STEM and get paid by STEM. They own a bunch of STEM stock that they have gotten every time STEM has done offerings, and at the offering price. So, as everyone knows STEM has done a bunch of offerings. The last one before the most recent one was at $1.77 a share and was less than a year ago. So, the only way they can make up their losses is for the share price to skyrocket. So, they frequently put these price targets out. They have never come close to predicting what will happen to the share price. Every time they say it will go up it has gone down. Really easy, just go Google it and see for yourself. By the way, STEM didn't release any positive top line data, laughable. Please, tell everyone the details of these positive data, LOL.
LOL, Please share what the judge awarded STEM in damages when they ruled in favor of STEM? LOL, you can't because you there were none. STEM pumpers have been posting this in desperation for ages. So, why don't you tell us why STEM hasn't received a penny from CUR? I can tell you, because the only thing the judge ruled on was a motion. It wasn't a trial, there hasn't been a trial and won't be anytime soon. LOL, so desperate.......keep posting we all need a good laugh.
I love watching this board for posts like this, such desperation. Everything = some kind of surprise great news for share holders and STEM as a company. They are going to be bought out, the trials are better than expected and are being stopped early, STEM's trails are improving spinal cord injured patients to improve & by the end of the year the share price will be 5X higher than it is now.......These are just a few of my favorites. When the truth is STEM is desperate, they are more than a quarter behind on starting their AMD trial, they refuse to allow any of their work/claims to be peer reviewed which is the industry standard. They have now been stuck below $0.65 since April 24th, even when Marty presented and updated their trial info at the World Medical Innovation Forum. Oh, don't forget this is a company that has burned through more than half a billion of investors money, and counting with nothing to show. Their stock price has gone from over $180 to barely over $0.60/share. They have only done two TINY phase I trials that took YEARS to complete. As I said before they don't even have their study results/findings peer reviewed. Oh yea, this is the type of company that others want to buy, LOL. Thanks for all the laughs. It is nice to see such a great imagination.
Liar, it never quadrupled in June 2012. In fact, if you go to the history of STEM's share price it has never come close to quadrupling, except when they did their reverse split which doesn't count. Man, now matter how bad the STEM price gets you Pumpers will continue to lie, VERIFIED FACT.
You mean run over don't you. It may even go up a bit but STEM is STEM and will just slide back like they have for years.
Thanks for the laugh!!!
Looks like I called the share price on for this offering on button just about 7 weeks ago in my March 4th post above, missed on the number of shares by a lot but still makes no sense. They will only end up with about $20M after fees. So, they took out only enough for 6 months of working capital and then they will have to do this again. I am sure they will do a reverse split but who cares. They have no catalysts within this amount of time. Marty really doesn't understand the basics of business and investors will continue to pay.
You can't believe a word Marty (CEO) says about anything. He is only in this to pocket as much money as he can before the company goes under in my opinion. Look at the facts.
1) STEM has burned through more than half a billion dollars since they started and have nothing to show for it.
2) There is no interest in the company except by those that have lost money and are hoping to get some of it back.
3) Marty has put out more than one letter saying he is going to concentrate on share holder value and all that happens is the share price sinks more after he puts out these letters.
4) the fact that STEM did an offering at $0.70 and the share price went down into the $0.50's.
5) one of the biggest indicators that STEM is in trouble is they had to go to the everyday investor and not institutions for this offering. A sign they couldn't find any institutions willing to buy their stock. This is the last stop on the bankruptcy train before hitting the end of the line.
There are a million reasons not to trust the company and what they say.
Good Luck To You & Your Investment.
Perfectly Said Youlieso much, I have said the same thing time and time again. So many people on this board have no idea what STEM actually has in cash. On top of that, they think that companies can go down to the last dollar before doing an offering. They don't understand that the typical company does an offering when they get down to about 6-8 months of operating capital on hand. They let it get much lower than that without a HUGE risk. People just don't know anything about how businesses work.
The only new people STEM needs is attorney's for their bankruptcy filing. ROTFLMAOAU, thanks for all the great laughs, keep them coming.
I think you are right because soon you won't be able to buy STEM stock once they go bankrupt. So, by all means by all you can now befor they file for bankruptcy.