You only have one ID...then take my test. Here's a beginning list of similar posting styles:
take the cannolis
jason the monkey
You cannot be two places at once. So pick a time and all post within a nano seconds of each other. You can pick the time and place. If you want I will ask b_gd, Jason, joe pino and will add in chester_theving to take the same test. I don't think I can get AF to play along? You can keep posting that dumb one on your own.
It's okay to blast me, but be man enough to have one voice one vote. Anything else is deception. If you're pro this company, using multiple id's to make it seem you have a larger support, that is wrong. Let's hear all the excuses.
Liar is another common word posted by eckgars. You guys are getting sloppy. When you use multiple id's and repeat the same words, like Dees firing me, half truths. So simple to figure this stuff out.
Interesting if you search the word Half Truths in advance search section...you get 22 times it comes up in the past three months. Who uses that word the most often...Eckgars and Vorlon. Interesting how often both these characters use the same words, over and over. I also like it that both of them were fast to discourage this behavior.
Also interesting this same poster stated I got caned by Craig. I wonder how many times that is repeated by Eckgars? You guys are getting very sloppy. Eckgar's and Vorlon's ID's are falling apart at the same time.
How about a little test?
I thought I was AF...now NTTG? Seems like you and Eckgars pick the low trading points in your investments and play that off as your entry point. However the posts, the longevity of your posts don't support much of it.
6 hour meetings on two different occasions with management, seems excessive. One on the phone and the other at a bar, since you live near this company. Same person claiming that AF is under investigations.
You have to wonder about someone who claims they drank with company representatives for 6 hours. Strange board to say the least.
Who wants to play a game on ID's. There are many here who post some nasty stuff about me. How many of those id's want to play a simple game of proving they are not one person with multiple id's. See there is a simple test. Would it be fair that one person using multiple ID's post numerous messages here. I believe many question my id with Jason and now NTTG. So I plan on putting a list together and let's all take a test. I will have a list of id's I would like to see pass this test. From experience, the pumpers will have 6 million excuses. The same group who calls me a liar and whatever else they can think of, are the ones with multiple ids on this board.
My test is simple and if there are really 20 Id's posting separately as they pretend, then they will have no problem passing a simple test.
LinkedIn, things like this. Professional sites. You would think Wachter, Scott and Dees would belong to site like this. Maybe I'm missing them on this site. I'm not so interested in twitter or facebook stuff. It just seems odd they keep such a low profile. It seems they are eager for investors to see a name on their advisory board, but few facts about themselves. I noticed that eckgars was quick to copy my id and post a mock question here. Child like behavior. But whatever get's him through the day. I hope some investors start to question the antics of pumpers. Honest investors, really don't have to play games.
What social media sites do insiders belong to? Pretty low profile here. I wonder why? Maybe they don't want neighbors and friends to be curious. I can already hear the excuses. You know they are coming. I also notice that all the excuses come from the same two parties.
Save money? How much of that $3.8M bonuses did they save you? You cannot get a drug approved by cutting corners. This company has spent only $110,000 from 2010-2012 on cancer. You want to explain that away with this flimsy of an excuse. Maybe with this board you can get away with these poor excuses. But don't try that with me. I figure you to be the biggest liar on this board. Your claims of uncles and 6 hour conversation with the CEO. Meeting insiders at bars and having another 6 hour discussion. (I'm sure you will start erasing posts like eckgras).
The pumpers here like to exaggerate. See they need credentials like uncles working for Abbot then starting Amgen. This somehow makes them an expert. Days before you landed here, you were pushing MILL. How's that worked out, almost as well as Eckgars with FNMA?
It's almost like the pumpers here have as much experience as the insiders. Mean very little.
Post like Meshelleeicher show how little the retail knows about this investment. Why would they put on this show? Easy $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$. They did it Photogen and they are repeating it here. Photogen hyped about board of directors.
Your competitor got BTD and guess what, they are using it with the FDA guidance in their design of a ph3. But somehow you feel you get a free ride with an approval on 28 patients seeing symptom relief. However want to ignore 54 didn't show symptom relief. That sound logical?
Actually you were the ones pumping this at $6. Not any shorts. The stock ran up on hype on BTD. I point out things that don't pass the smell test. Just like I pointed out your prediction. You must not of liked how it smelled either,because you erased it.
I stay here for many known reasons. Investors need both sides of this story. Do you feel it should be slanted your way? Is that fair? I see a company/insiders who like the gig they have. They can dilute shares, take big checks and spend absolutely almost nothing on cancer from 2010-2012.
That the dog stories, if written by real owners, have all the ingredients of stable condition, drug flowing down to reach the cancer. If that doesn't stink, then Eckgars must smell like rose Bengal to you. Those stories are designed to make you believe all the things a pump and con would want you to believe. They are written exactly that way. That's the problem, the con man writes them, thinks along those lines and wants to include this information. Where a owner of a dog would never describe it the way, it was presented here.
Stage stories are easy to see through. Because they offer too much information. If you like your intelligence insulted, then you buy these fabrications. All I ask, if the few investors here, who only want what is real, take time and re-read the dog posts and look at all the in formation that is weaved into the article. I know of no owner of a dog, that would go half way here and be content. Story is fabricated and only a blind person wouldn't see that. They tried to hard to give you all the details. That is a real red flag.
It still doesn't explain why 66% of patients didn't show symptom relief. It seems the pumpers always want to gloss over the real facts and find some Pss poor excuse. I'm sick and tired of morons who want to get rich on 28 pt, no SPA, NO PH3, they only spent $110,000 from 2010-2012, the team here saw there first company crash and burn, the CEO is a cosmetic background. The dilution last year was every few months, the bonuses they handed out in 2010 was $3.8M. We now hear about dogs miraculous stories. That Rose Bengal somehow brings old dogs back to life. Theses stores stink of a pump artist dreams. You have one pumper exactly call the screwing investors would see and then has the balls to erase it and act like nothing happen. The lead investigator on these trials is a chemist, we see that every day in biotech's.
Here's a question, why did they dilute 4 times last year at such low levels, when they are so close to BTD. Why not dilute after the slam dunk here? 4 times last year? I must make some sense to these pumpers, because they want me getting cancer. I have had fifth thrown at me. I'm constantly called names. This doesn't come from concerned investors, it comes from the worst investors. The same group who make money umping stocks. Be very careful here.
I'm sorry I cannot wrap my hands around this story. It sounds implausible and contrived. Dog stories where owners say they would go the extra injections, but since there dog s old, they are happy with stable. That sounds like a story someone who want's to pump a stock would write. This will all make sense to you when you discover you were conned. This clever ploy is done easy, since they have a back up story already in place. Combination will leave you stuck in this investment, while the pumpers walk away with a nice pay day. They don't like me because I spell out the inconsistencies.
What a sick sob. Wishing tumors on anyone who disagrees with you. I wish you luck with your investment. I only point out what I don't like about this investment. Apparently all these cancers reports, it only cost the company $110,000 since 2010 -2012 to cure. How easy is it to post animal stories? What sounds particular here, s f this was a younger dog they would choose to reinject to remove last remnants. That sounds so made up. This is why investors get taken, they so want to believe a story, that they will fall for stuff like this.
Where are these posters finding these stories?
Before they formed PVCT, most insiders were with Photogen. Management of PVCT, it looks like not one person has been involved with any approved drug. You could kind of say they are winging it. Where's Photogen today? Dees, Wachter and Scott banded together to form PVCT. Do any of them have the experience to successfully get a drug approved? I don't see the credentials. They really didn't do much at Photogen. That stock fell from $10 to not being listed on Nasdaq any more. You have to be More careful when the record shows no success story's. Then you need to look at what stuff they hyped when with Photogen. It looks like they make a good living with the veil of cancer research.
Last week the pumpers wanted me calling Dees. I'm going to do one better. My experience, if a CEO is willing to talk to investors, that means one thing. He's got a lot of time on his hands to keep you convinced. Because if he's working on real drugs, they will do his talking. I notice with Photogen, they also were in the business of making sure investors were aware who sat on their board. Two red flags.
If BTD is so real here, will the FDA wonder why only 28 Pts of the 84 showed symptom relief? Something like 25%. Theses are the questions that haunt me. Not to mention how a Liver trial was stopped and then reopened. Not to mention that they only spent $110,000 on cancer from 2010-2012. Missing is the Dr. Wachter name on trials. (yes it is Eckgars). It just doesn't add up, unless you do the pumpers math. Same guys pumping FNMA and MILL prior to joining this board.
Will the FDA see it their way. Type C meeting. Unpublished what the FDA said. I see a company starting over n PH1, with a long road ahead. You see a company taking a short cut. I hope you're correct.
Actually they stated they would pay down $50M in Debt in 2013. They paid $33m in the fourth quarter. They plan on paying down $65M-$85M this year. I love the part where you have to tell us you are long, no dummy you sold a bunch below $9 and bunch below $10. Now you wish you had those shares. Actually the only amount left to the Nigerians is $36M. I suggest in the future, read everything three times, so it has time to settle in . We missed your stupid comments about this trading In the $7's.
They are all Eckgars aliases. The same idiot who had to erase a post he made where he predicted shareholders would see $6 and then the stock would plummet to .80. It also looks like Dees wants to talk to me. In hopes that he can get me to back off on how accurate I have been on exposing the pumpers and 10-k info.
Looks like we had 7 SEC 4 filings on Friday.
James Gibson 14,242 shares acquired
Edward Wiegele 24,274 shares acquired -sold 2,964
Van Welch 22,013 shares acquired -sold 2,082
Robert Harl 172,468 shares acquired
John Allcorn 13,075 shares acquired -sold 1,396
Peter Arbour 11,006 shares acquired
Jerrit Coward 13,075 shares acquired -sold 1345
This looks like some compensation award. What I loved about it most of them held at least 90% of them and the CEO held 100%. The CEO has a boat load of shares in a family partnership. Who's more motivated to do whatever they can to make a profit. This group has some skin in the game. 240,000 they kept. I hope they feel, that down the road theses shares will be much higher than todays price?
There is some 4K score baked into the price indirectly. This stock would not be trading anywhere near $9 if it not for Dr. Frost reputation. However as soon as some numbers come out that support a $9 valuation, the speculation value disappears. At some point it has to trade on the real value.
$110,000 spent on cancer since 2010 and you believe you get all this in return. It failed in ph1 with Liver cancer on it's own, no SPA/ph3 and you believe buyout on the way. No institution has touch this with a 10 foot pole.
Send it to me also. I talked to them a day ago. So I'll give you my impression. Did they confirm Roth conference?