What could trials look like. I viewed a drug that is currently in trials and from that, can determine what our trial lengths may consist of. I used NCT01121185 trail as reference. HCV trial
The Ph1 Started July 2009-completed Dec 2009 (5 Months)
The ph2 Started June 2010-Completed June 2011 (12 Months)
A Second Ph2 in combination with Telaprevir takes a little longer
Started May 2012-Completes in July 2014.
We actual could see our Ph1 done in less than 6 months. I love this. Cancer drugs take years to see results. Our drug maybe 6 months ph1 and 1 year for ph2.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
apparently this is the normal practice by these two and most likely the same ID. The only debt remaining from the Nigerian stuff is $36.5M owned in 2014. The SEC amount was paid in 2011 and if these two knuckleheads ever read the 10K they would not look so stupid.
They actually only owned $7.5M in 2014, but because of some refinancing it triggered a accelerated clause. The Hawkeye and MPRP should be sufficient funds to payoff this debt. No other amounts are owed to Nigeria after this $36.5M is paid. In fact the company stated they wanted to pay $50M towards debt this year and adjusted that to $25M recently.
It's sad that message boards have individual who post inaccurate info. If I thought for a second that spoanex and spurs was ever ashamed of posting wrongful info, I would expect a apology. But apparent he has a agenda.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Goldilocks give it a rest. Dr. Frost owns 25% of BZNE and 40% of cocrystals....he's not going to let his investment look bad. The risk reward is there and no matter what amount of babble you invent, it's not going to get us to sell. I jumped all over this at .42 and any weakness, I and many other will buy it back up.
We definitely need smarter bashers.
I'm sure they have tested some of the cocrystal antiviral drugs with baboons. Since this is the closet relative to goldilocks. We could see some update along these lines with this merger.
Reading between the lines on Modular unit. I believe the piece to look at is this Alternative ethane recovery. To recover all the gas they can from these wells, a situation arises with recovery. It seems you have to chill further to recover additional gas. This leads to many problems. If WG has a solution as they state in this release, that gives them a huge advantage in a field that their are not many competitors. Not only can they offer a modular unit capable of higher propane recoveries, smaller footprint and on top of that the maintenance, this is where they may plan on increasing revenues from $2B to $4B. Just need some validation and off to the races we go.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Maybe he should wear Spandex and spurs. Video of santa or Mexican market? Would be smarter to post the name of the video.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I see 2000 share bid at .056 and 3000 share ask wanting .67. We need better bashers. This current group suck.
Found this article today.
Alliance of brand owners eyes bioplastics sustainability
Jim Johnson | PLASTICS NEWS
Published: Thursday, December 05, 2013 7:44 PM Beijing Time
Scott Vitters, general manager of Coca-Cola's PlantBottle program
A well-known conservation group, along with some of the most famous companies in the world, wants to have a say in how the bioplastics industry develops in the years ahead.
With the creation of the new Bioplastic Feedstock Alliance, the World Wildlife Federation and eight companies are looking to have input and drive sustainable development of the industry.
The new alliance aims to address the sustainable development of bioplastics made from feedstocks such as sugar cane, corn, bulrush and switchgrass.
Issues such as food security, land use and resource competition all will be addressed by the group that includes Ford, Nike, Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola, Danone, Heinz, Unilever and Nestle.
"We've got a bit of work in front of us until we can establish what our role in the industry is going to be. But I'm really excited to see all these companies come together and change the way they work tackling some of these more difficult issues," said Erin Simon, manager in business and industry for packaging and material science at WWF.
"You have some of these hot-button issues that exist right now," she said.
Protecting resources while promoting sustainable development of the bioplastics industry is important to the WWF, Simon said.
"We're at the beginning of the growth of this industry and there's potential to scale that positive change in a way that would truly impact the areas that we care about the most," Simon said.
"For WWF, that clearly was valuable to our mission because we seek to protect those ecosystems that are valuable and are very unique in biodiversity. And a lot of those ecosystems are where major commodities are sources from, including agricultural and forestry products," Simon said.
I'm thinking when are they going to put that hand out for more money. Then they know us. I love how some of the longs immediately started drinking the kool-aide. Before I give them another dime, they need to show us something. They will keep this price above .37 so the .30 looks like we are getting a deal. I say under subscribe to the deal this time. make LB pay up, maybe that will motivate them to get a buyer in here and hopefully we get half our money back.
The info is limited until they have the deal done. Then they can open up on plans. Look Frost owns 25% of BZNE and a big piece of Cocrystals. Would he marry these two together if it didn't make sense? He could have found a shell anywhere, do a reverse split and bring Cocrystals out on it's own.
Devil is in the details. Insiders are buying up Muscle. They have Walgreens on board and I bet we see that stock move first, meaning our deal is stronger. If they spike to $20, our deal doubles. Small float on Muscle. Would not take much to get that to pop. 7000 pharmacies selling the muscle product.
Goldilocks think's that the porridge is too hot. I actually love how she's trading. Now in a range and any weakness is met with buyers. We don't have all the news yet, do we? We could soon partner anyone of these compounds out shortly after going public. They could have $50M in cash and equivalents soon. They will structure this where it makes sense to all investors. What good does it do Dr. Frost if this tanks.
Every board has a goldilocks. He's jealous and missed this opportunity. Most likely panic at .16 and sold his shares. Has he posted anything reliable...nope. Cocrystals needed a shell, they are willing to give up 40% of their efforts...meaning they expect to make that up. Something tells me you give up 40% to make maybe 1000%,2000%,10,000%. Plus they get 1.2M shares of Muscle to boot and the Qusomes benefits. Goldilocks thinks he can drive this down, he miscalculated. He knows it and we longs know it.
Doesn't Teva have to pony up the $38M still? They don't get 23% without it. Add that to the $12M BZNE already has, looks like they have funds for ph1/2 and some of the ph3. This is not like cancer, plenty of patients to try this drug. Hopefully they are far enough a long to get it in trial in 1H14.
I believe what we may see is a surprise on the assets that went to muscle. Those shares could pop and add some value to the 1.2M that BZNE enjoys. Now would BZNE still enjoy the rewards from OPK plans to use the delivery method? That agreement is with BZNE and OPK right?
I noticed the 13 TX store opens on Friday. The Houston store could be opening soon also. That should give them a good start to 1Q14. Adds about $450K in revenues. Having 14 stores compared to the 10 or 11 that operated this past quarter.
The article talks about this January the first 50 IPO's. Keeping my fingers crossed that this includes the PVA. Who did Clayton talk into lending them $32K? He had to give them a good reason.
We sure would like to see that 5M shares on the balance sheet.