Why is CTIX hiding his last employer? Could it be that his trial designs caused pymx to go bankrupt. And this is the only guy ctix could get as medical officer?. The guy couldn't even get another job after the pymx debacle.
What a scam of a company. No transparency here, just like Polymedix.
Also a very good signal of good things to come in the short term was one large option trade in the jan calls.
1000 jan 10 calls were bought at 37 cents on friday. Halo doesn't usually trade many options, so this volume really sticks out. Great leverage on those 100,000 shares if stock takes off...
Hey rac, why don't you get a life. Why bother commenting on a penny stock you sold. ? Your blackjack analogy is inane. Yahoo is such a breeding ground for losers.
Hey fred, still pretending those trades were opening sales? What you don't know about the option market could fill a book. But, I think those 2 dopey brothers on CNBC beat you to it. "Just pay for postage and handling." Happy New Year.
Never seen a board with so many polyannas. Like a bunch of sheep going to slaughter. No one here addresses the obvious implications of CEO PR omission of new hire's recent employment. Why does he not tell of his work at polymedix for the most recent 2 years? The answer is clear as day, but not one the deniers here can deal with.
Jorgeneson was one of the chief architects of the polymedix scam. You would have had to have been at one of the many shareholder meetings at pymx to have seen him lie and obfuscate when shareholders asked about trial results. He is a con and the FACT that your CEO doesn't even want to mention his work there just legitimizes my claim.
I don't care that ctix bought pymx assets that I owned for 10 cents on the dollar. That is the way the system works; I get it. I have never posted here till this recent hire. But, this guy profiting again after stealing from pymx's shareholders is criminal. And that makes your CEO complicit and this investment a scam. No real CEo would ever hire this guy unless all other potential medical officers candidates refused employment due to brilacidin's lack of credibility
If the truth scares you, that's a shame. Please refute anything I have stated, and I will address. Did the new hire work for pymx? Was he in charge of trials which ultimately failed to entice any new investors? These are all facts of history. Now, if you want to revise as most pumpers do, go right ahead but know the real history will repeat.
Yes. you must be right. 50% loss in stock price for the year due to unkind words on a message board with about 5 active posters. It has nothing to do with the CEO. Vaso has the smartest shareholders.....Happy New Year All.
You sound upset? I would be to if I owned a company that hired the man responsible for the poor trial results that bankrupted a company; and then didn't have the decency of full disclosure in the matter.
He worked for polymedix as chief medical officer from aug 2011 till bankruptcy in april 2013. Why doesn't CTIX want any shareholders to know this? Was this in the recent company PR? Why not? Is this a good hire?
Dr. Jorgensen has had an accomplished career in the biopharmaceutical industry. Notably, he held senior leadership positions at Pfizer, where he led the Zmax (single-dose azithromycin) clinical development program; the dalbavancin (second generation glycolipopeptide) medical development team; and Pfizer's first vaccine development group (DNA influenza vaccine). In these leadership roles, he successfully ushered several products from early clinical development through full regulatory approval, both in the U.S. and abroad, playing a key role in NDA submissions and FDA Advisory Committee Meetings. Dr. Jorgensen is a CDC-trained epidemiologist (EIS Officer), and is the former Chief Medical Officer for the State of Montana. He received his BS from Yale, his MD from the University of Wisconsin, his MPH from the University of Washington, and his MBA from Yale. He is board-certified in three medical areas: pediatrics, infectious diseases, and preventive medicine
You're lack of history is typical of a retail investor. Jorgenson ran the trials at the bankrupted pymx. The 2 drugs, a heparin antagonist and the antibiotic which ctix bought, both proved worthless as his trials were poorly designed and led to AE's and ineffectiveness. And, no one on the street, no pharma, no banker would even commit a couple mil to company because of these poorly run trials.
Now he is here and you and the other kool aid drinkers think its a good thing?. He should be in jail, not running more soon to fail trials here. The lack of accountability on wall street is amazing. But given the stupidity of the average investor, it is to be expected.
34 cents to 16 cents. That is the only fact that really matters.
At most companies that would get you fired At Vaso, you get a raise.
You like the coolaid here? That is fine. But, you don't seem to know anything about the history of pymx and its failed drug antibiotic pmx56(you know it with the pretty marketing name Brilacidin). Those trials were created by Jorgenson and were designed so poorly they failed and the company couldn't get any financing to pursue further development. This guy did some very "smart" things like not putting any women in trial and doing same in 3rd world countries. If that were not bad enough his dose regiment resulted in neuropathy and blood pressure issues. These are just some of the facts He has no credibility with the street. He, along with his buddy Nic, hide poor results from shareholders.
This company has the same lack of transparency as PYMX. The pmx56 "results" announced here are a joke. They don't contain p values, or any other specifics for an investor to make an educated decision.
"wrong stock to mess with"....That is the same worthless hubris that management had at pymx. Company is a joke. Why did no one else bid on these assets of pymx? CEO said it was the summer and no one from big pharma available due to vacations? Too Funny. Use your brain a little.
Different company with the same guy now running the trials? lol
What do you call doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.............?
Those were all opening buys. if you are short you are going to loose you shirt. Very bullish activity. It will show up as such on all the options screens. Too Bad Shorts
Over 12k feb 13 calls just done on the offer. Buyer chased price up to 65 cents. Also, lots of selling to finance in the feb 11 puts. Big deals in the New Year............................
Why wasn't his most recent position, the lead Medical Officer at Polymedix responsible for antibiotic trials, mentioned in CTIX's PR? Is he competent? Is he a #$%$ like the other officers at pymx? Will shareholders here fare any better than the ones at pymx did under his scientific leadership?
Can not the CEO find a Medical Officer without this outrageous history of failure and corruption?