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Astex Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Message Board

buysell1929 15 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 6, 2014 1:11 AM Member since: Mar 24, 2003
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  • The only way to deal with trolls is to ignore them. Place gwocm03 and lvlt_robber on ignore and the problem goes away -- until he creates a new id. The signal to noise ratio will go up a thousand fold.:)

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    management of this company has been terrific

    by hgc2112 Dec 4, 2014 12:03 AM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Dec 5, 2014 1:49 PM Flag

    Remember, all of your historical posts are available.
    Which is why you keep changing your alternate id: gwocmXX. To cover your tracks as the historic posts are not all available for discountinued ids.

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    Everyone seems to be playing so nicely....

    by jbpsb1 Dec 2, 2014 1:41 PM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Dec 3, 2014 1:46 AM Flag

    Still waiting for your prediction. Given your discription of the company you should be able to give a reasonable estimate of the January 2016 share price -- unless of course you are afraid to be found out for what you are -- clueless. Give it a shot -- you can always switch ids again and become gwocm04 and disclaim any posts by gwocm03 while still maintaining lvlt_robber as a long time id.

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    Everyone seems to be playing so nicely....

    by jbpsb1 Dec 2, 2014 1:41 PM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Dec 2, 2014 10:24 PM Flag

    You are talking to yourself -- you forget to switch ids.
    So what is your predicted price for LVLT in January 2016? You should be at gwocm04 by then.

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    Honeybunch JBPSB missing in action today

    by gwocm03 Dec 1, 2014 4:37 PM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Dec 2, 2014 10:20 PM Flag

    What's the matter pussycat -- are you afraid to make a predication about LVLT's stock price in January 2016? You can refer to it from the gwocm04 id you will be using by then.

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    Honeybunch JBPSB missing in action today

    by gwocm03 Dec 1, 2014 4:37 PM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Dec 2, 2014 5:03 AM Flag

    I am sorry but I could not resist. I have had the same id for over ten years whereas the one you used to post the message that I am replying to is around four years old. You keep changing this set: "gwocm??" but maintain the lvt_robber one. Why don't you just stick with the lvlt_robber id instead of incrementing the "gwocm??" one? Are you embarrased by your old posts?

    I still stand by my prediction that LVLT will trade above $90 in January 2016. Now why don't you pick a value and stand by it -- you can always change ids when it doesn't come true.

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    I wonder if Daddy Jimmy invited any bagholders

    by gwocm03 Nov 28, 2014 6:48 AM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Nov 30, 2014 3:07 AM Flag

    Ordinarily, I would ignore conversations between two personalities of the same individual as they only increase the demand for bits. However, your conversations have such a low information content โ€“ actually getting close to a negative number โ€“ that I am beginning to question the wisdom of net neutrality.
    I have to ask โ€“ are you being paid to show why some content on the web should be slowed?

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    It is time has come the Walrus Said

    by buysell1929 Nov 18, 2014 1:28 AM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Nov 19, 2014 2:52 AM Flag

    It is all public for those that can read and interpret. As for me, I will see you all in fourteen months.

  • It is my opinion that the price of LVLT will be at or above $90.00/share in January 2016.

    I don't like to make predications as nothing is certain is this world or the next. But, given the high level of garbage on this board I feel compelled to speak out. There are many reasons for my "prediction" -- all of which are public.

    Should the price of LVLT not meet my $90.00/share prediction in January 2016 I expect to be called out. On the other hand, if the price of LVLT is at or above $90.00/share in January 2016 I expect apologizes from a number of posters here.

  • Reply to

    bonds savings:

    by bigredbeav Nov 17, 2014 10:28 AM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Nov 17, 2014 9:15 PM Flag

    Let's see. I can find three ids that you have used:
    I suspect there was also a gwocm01.

    You have been busted at least three times or is there a legitimate reason you keep changing ids? Please tell us why such an upstanding investor has to switch ids.

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    A reminder to the old 1999-2006 gang of pumpers

    by gwocm03 Nov 14, 2014 11:18 PM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Nov 16, 2014 4:30 PM Flag

    And why did he have to change it? Is he hiding from his earlier comments. Did he need to reinvent himself?

    There is an old saying in investing past performance does not necessarily indicate future performance. In his case he hasn't be right in five years so maybe this time he will -- after all a stopped clock is right twice a day.

    If he did his due diligence he would know that the current LVLT is substantially different from the one he lost money on ten or more years ago both in management and in focus. But instead of analyzing the current company he continues to use ten year old data. He is stuck in time.

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    A reminder to the old 1999-2006 gang of pumpers

    by gwocm03 Nov 14, 2014 11:18 PM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Nov 15, 2014 3:37 PM Flag

    Your id only goes back to July 2010 -- less than five years ago. Since then you have consistently bashed LVLT yet it is now at a five year high. Are you also part of that group of economists that, for the last five years, have been predicting runaway inflation within twelve months? If not you should consider joining as they, like you, never let facts get in the way.

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    When LVLT hits the 52 week high

    by dogcrap007 Nov 13, 2014 5:29 PM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Nov 14, 2014 2:43 AM Flag

    Anyone that bought and held LVLT in the last five years is in the money. Anyone that shorted LVLT in the last five years and failed to cover is in trouble.

    Do you actually trade LVLT or are you just here to reduce the boredom at the homeless shelter?

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    by rhelbig1229 Nov 3, 2014 7:48 PM
    buysell1929 buysell1929 Nov 4, 2014 4:22 AM Flag

    Are you still mad about buying LVLT in 2000 and holding all the way down? I understand your pain. But you have to let go at some point and look at what the company is likely to do going forward. Over the last five years it has been a good trading stock. In fact, since it is around a five year high it was a good investment for anyone buying in the last five years.

  • American high-speed connectivity provider Level 3 has formed a contract with Djibouti Telecom, which is the sole provider of telecommunication services in Djibouti. Level 3 will provide the company with an affordable high speed IT solution, which will result in increased use of the internet in the region. This is a crucial step for Level 3 communications, as it will allow it to establish a linchpin in Djibouti and expand its operations into Africa, where there is a large unmet demand. The company also formed an acquisition deal with TW Telecom stateside, which is valued at $7.3 billion.

    And Tata, conglomerate giant of India, has selected Level 3 to collaboratively assist with operations in Brazil. The two companies will work together to deliver ethernet virtual private line and dedicated internet access to offices throughout Brazil.

    Regarding competition, it is slim indeed for Level 3 at the moment. AT&T (NYSE:T), one of Level 3's largest competitors, is not making a move to develop telecommunications in Africa, allowing Level 3 to have first-movers advantage.

    Level 3 has promising ability to expand into Africa to meet significant unmet demand, and investors will be able to position themselves to capture the windfalls of revenues that Level 3 will experience in the next few years.

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