Ahh, so we have some riders in the group. Awesome.
I'm looking forward to next Spring, on a new bike financed in whole or in part by ONCS!
That's all that's happening, folks... Relax.
We will "exceed" 20 at some point on or before September 7th.
Whether we hold that level remains to be determined.
Stay thirsty, my friends...
Why do many people believe a decision will be made this week when the PDUFA date is not until September 7th? Is it common for the FDA to announce before the actual date?
Just a question. I'm long.
Anything under .40 was a steal, in the long-term, IMHO.
It all depends on your investment time horizon.
There is not much difference between .41 and .38 when one takes a long view.
Agreed. Way too many pumpers, dumpers, and bashers here.
Unfortunately, too few pragmatists and realists.
INO is very good LONG-TERM investment.
I only check-in here occasionally now.
Thanks for your thoughts oilup. I'm actually long 270K shares now. If KERX gets FDA approval this week (as expected), I may sell on the news and buy even more ONCS.
Thanks for your kind words and that's what I'm hoping for, JR. That small innovative companies like INO and ONCS can make a real difference in people's lives.
What bothers me today is that most of big pharma operates under the "maintenance mode" of illness management, in order to maximize and sustain their cash flow; they really don't cure many diseases. Small disruptive companies like INO and ONCS pose a very real "threat" to them, and I hope that the little guys aren't squashed by the big guys due to foul play with the FDA, Wall Street, or whatever. One can only hope that good will ultimately prevail...
I became interested in biotech after suffering a heart attack 2,000 feet from the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. At least I made the 5,000 meter club. About 4 years later I became partially bionic with a mechanically assisted heart (LVAD) and lived that way for 3 years before getting a heart transplant about 5 weeks ago. I'm a $3M man!
I was initially attracted to INO because I lost a brother and a father to cancer and saw the debilitating side effects of chemo and what it did to people at a very personal level. After finding INO I too found ONCS. Was immediately interested because I lost my father to Melanoma.
Alas, no strip club stories of note to share, but have always lived by the credo:
Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy #$%$…what a ride!"
Sorry to hear this, Fur. Hopefully the stock will stay down a bit longer and you'll be able to get in at .40 or less.
I actually took some money off the table in INO this week specifically to move over here. From their last CC the HPV P3 trial has now been delayed for about a year longer than people were expecting (at least me).
You're still using that failed 35-year logic, dung. Some people never learn, I suppose.
The company was "reborn" just a few years ago. You still don't get it, and you never will.
Well said, and I couldn't agree more, Sal. That's why I more than doubled my position within the last week.
A few cents here and there don't matter. When the catalysts start rolling in we'll be talking dimes and quarters. :)
Please do tell us why you believe EP to be failed technology?
Have you seen Inovio's recent results with it?