running out BS eh? they're still talking about initiating new clinical trials is a good thing.. they don't talk about the other side of the equation: cost a lot of money to conduct clinical trials, take over 10+yrs to finalize the results (that is why CLDX has not finalized any of their clinical trials), any set back on any of the trials could collapse stock price, CLDX has not gotten any upfront money to run any of their trials. Last but not least, inexperienced management team keeps looting from investors by over-promoting themselves, over-hiring, over-compensating without producing any revenues.
don't tell the pumping squad that pre-market activity means nothing, they have pointed that out early in the week when pre-market up $.50 with GT 300K volume.. Based on pre-market activity, they were able to project the price target for this week ($25), and $35 by next week..
if stock price downs on the good news, hmmm, what would it do when the bad news is announced.. is that what are you waiting for, good news? how stupid do you have to be for not seeing that? LMAO...
will see how big the gap down at the open .. no pre-market activity indicates no buyers.. thumb down all you want, but you know I'm right.. GL
you have to be stu pid NOT to sell today.. no more news wrt this trials until 2018 if FDA will approve or reject this drug.. by hanging on to the your shares after the news is a rookie mistake.. can't teach an old dog a new trick?? LMAO
told ya!!! where are those pimpers now.. they pumped so they can dump it.. welcome to the Wallstreet folks..
long term investors just like players in the casino.. longer you hang around, more money you lose.. that is why casino trying to keep you in their casino as long as possible by giving players free meals, free room, free drinks and more... you thought casino owners were generous to players ? think again.. stop making a fool of yourself by saying you're long term investors.
I got 25K shrs @$15, but I was thinking about selling all by the end of today prior to Thursday's PR.. I would rather lock in my profits now, than waiting until losing them all by Thursday..
On the other hands, I could buy puts to hedge my positions, or sell 20K shares to make a small profit while leaving 5K shares to let it ride.. a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.. GL.
why should they worry? stock price is already priced in all these "good news", not much movement with good news, but huge negative impact if bad news is announced.. ADXS is still a few years away from the commercialization .. be realistic about the stock price movement after the Thursday's news.. GL
this is the distraction tactic by pumpers.. they only discuss CLDX when stock is up ... the reason that many political and race discussions because CLDX stock dropped more than 50% for the past few months... they can't pump ASCO, SNO or any major CC to speculate how undervalued a SCAM is...
basically, they ran out of bs to pump... LMAO.
dbegley, US supplied weapons for both sides of the Iran/Iraq war. Reagan in public was a "see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil" president, but it was NOT the same in private...
In 1985, while Iran and Iraq were at war, Iran made a secret request to buy weapons from the United States. McFarlane sought Reagan's approval, in spite of the embargo against selling arms to Iran. McFarlane explained that the sale of arms would not only improve U.S. relations with Iran, but might in turn lead to improved relations with Lebanon, increasing U.S. influence in the troubled Middle East. Reagan was driven by a different obsession. He had become frustrated at his inability to secure the release of the seven American hostages being held by Iranian terrorists in Lebanon. As president, Reagan felt that "he had the duty to bring those Americans home," and he convinced himself that he was not negotiating with terrorists. While shipping arms to Iran violated the embargo, dealing with terrorists violated Reagan's campaign promise never to do so. Reagan had always been admired for his honesty.
Reagan during the Iran-Contra Affair
The arms-for-hostages proposal divided the administration. Longtime policy adversaries Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger and Secretary of State George Shultz opposed the deal, but Reagan, McFarlane and CIA director William Casey supported it. With the backing of the president, the plan progressed. By the time the sales were discovered, more than 1,500 missiles had been shipped to Iran. Three hostages had been released, only to be replaced with three more, in what Secretary of State George Shultz called "a hostage bazaar."
When the Lebanese newspaper "Al-Shiraa" printed an exposé on the clandestine activities in November 1986, Reagan went on television and vehemently denied that any such operation had occurred.
Frank, "U think Sarin is not a WMD"...
Sarin and mustard gas in Iraq were shipped in the barrel with the label: "MADE IN USA"
The New York Times has a detailed report today on chemical weapons stockpiles in Iraq, some of which have fallen into the hands of ISIS forces. The takeaway: the United States discovered the weapons after invading Iraq but covered up evidence thereof in part because the stockpiles were left over from a manufacturing program that had long been abandoned—which contradicted the Bush administration's pre-war claims that Saddam Hussein was actively developing weapons of mass destruction.
"US Troops and officers were instructed to be silent or give deceptive accounts of what they had found," Times reporter C.J. Chivers writes. All of the weapons found, which contained sarin or mustard gas, had been manufactured before 1991, the year that the United States first invaded Iraq. Some were even made from United States designs. (The U.S. supported Iraq during its '80s war with Iran, and was complicit in helping Saddam Hussein use chemical agents against Iranian forces.)