so if we go to trials... don't we give away the treatment...
I think that supplying a trial sized number of treatments would be acceptable... given immunity from any issues due to early adoption. Only in a situation like this would this avenue be possible. IT would carve many months off the delivery date and if successful the longs would benefit financially, from an action that positively affects many lives.
I'd just like to get some clarity for adding in the warrants for calculating the market cap, I could argue it either way, but the cash associated with the warrants is already gone except for the last penny. I am not as confident that the market has discounted the 67 million additional shares that appear for that penny...
I suspect that if the additional shares would add only 670K cash to the funds but expand the float to 100 million shares resulting in a lower price, I also recall that the warrant count would be adjusted for any additional offerings.
check out INO
I have been mentioning this since last summer @80 cents (followed by a 1 for 4 R/S) I have been loading up all along... Best Way to get in is sell the PUTs in the money and have it delivered at a discount
Nov 10 puts show .75-80
Nov 11 show .20 - 1.80 so should be able to get 1.40-1.50
interesting comment. Healthcare return 85% of premiums on claims.
Out of the remaining 15% they provide:
program changes for 50 states to keep up with changes in state and federal law
Equipment for processing and retaining claims
retain escrow accounts for 50 states individually
respond to government inquiries and regulation
Just to name a few... the little left is available for profit. how do they add 20-40% to the cost
If INO demonstrates its ability to quickly develop and produce in volumes... then this demonstration is significant and will enable the company to proceed to the longer term goals with the wind at its back.
Share price will increase enabling the company to rely on partners to a lessor degree.
Best of all, there is no better way to reap the rewards of success than by helping people. How is the opportunity here no recognized in the stock price.
the short interest numbers are released about 8 or 9 days after the 15 and end of month... The number you appear to be referring to looks to be the outstanding shares.... I would expect that the float probably also increased by 28 mill from the 192 million that was aligned with the 244 mill outstanding.
It a shame that you are unable to discuss anything without these rants. I disagree with you that a restructuring event is out of the question. Probably what Oaktree is hoping for. Were this to happen I would jump into the new shares hand over fist, but todays common holders would be wiped.
The massive down volume recently was not during the reported period. If short covering occurred then, that would be a bad sign. If the short interest holds next report then at least the price wasn't dropping as the shorts covered.
Hope you make a fortune on INO... I got my first chunk at 66 cents pre R/S... sold some in the 2-3 range bought back in a on a drop and have been adding since the R/S via selling Puts and long purchases... Some of my shares are above the current price, but I am looking for a home run on this one... Hopefully the Ebola news will end up helping people and shareholders...
35 years .... that's about the last time you had a relevant contribution...
Take a hike
I mentioned INO a bit back...at 80 cents... they did a 1 for 4 reverse split and today announced plans to begin human trials of their ebola vaccine, just wondering if anyone jumped in... I am in for 20K shares and thinking of adding a few more...
after the restructure Oaktree will have been the smart buyer holding the new shares with the debt wiped out..
Current shareholders can have shares issued and paper their walls if the request them while they still exist.
so why did the activity jump and remain high from 3 to close... I mean if it was "pre arranged" wouldn't there just be one large transaction posted... isn't a market close order "pre arranged".... please give me a break