this is a no brainer from me. true there must had been touting somewhere that did the sudden rise of volume and stock price, but don't let the association with these manipulators cloud the fact that this company has the potential to deliver an effective aid to fight against cancer.
i've been seeing it trade this way for the past 3 weeks. Expect it to base over $4.00 then do a steady rise up. There will be some who can no longer manipulate the stock once it's in more institutional hands. Expect another analyst coverage in the next 60 days.
I am just trying to pass along some tips because you guys gave me LPCN and after seeing the progress, the reputation it made me a buyer. I am very pleased with the money I've made in LPCN thanks to you guys.
If you track my posts you will see as I was selling the other positions for profit when they went up I was able to get in at lower prices for LPCN, this ride has been wonderful.
I can tell you that some of the run up in LPCN was due to my block purchases running up the bid, which helped gain us momentum. It works on the sell side as well, but I need to free up capital rapidly when I have another better short term opportunity.
Long term like Hofno says I like:
ANAC, LPCN, ABIO, OGXI, HRTX, REPH, ABMD.
From this post for the next year a buyer should expect to average 30% minimum on all of those :) some will be way more, but I am actually a conservative investor haha
It just hit high today. Made 100% on reph and have enough leverage to go in and out quickly on the fast moves in both direction. Much better long term trading stock.
Ogxi overweight shares for the move from 2.80 to 3.80. Sold 40% so even if goes back to buy price I have profits. Also to reduce over concentration.
you only pop in when you have a short position you need bias to help you get a profit. nobody trusts you. I been here long term since 8 do you see me worried?
when you have more money than broadfin in the market, then I may listen to you.
I wonder why :) got some profits at 3.80 on OGXI now it sold off for it's own dip
i am not buying OXGI. I got in at 2.80. I don't chase stocks, and I buy before they move up. I haven't followed CYTK for years. I knew some guys from AFFX years ago who started that company, but it's been years.
no he said on the last thread that I was posting BS and I was placed on ignore. Threats like that are childish and immature as though he's the only on with useful information to post.
Why is your area of focus fake accounts and single individuals that are posting under different alias. Before you speak click on my username before you guess anything that is arbitrary and unreasonable.
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sure I am on ignore. 25 posts all for ACRX.
Now because of your rant and garbage rebuttals I let the others know you are a touter for ACRX. as a results this stock is officially on my caution list. I know how wall street operates, and the fact any stock has paid touters as well as boiler room type activity, it places anyone at a 30% disadvantage to be purchasing the stock for the upside short and mid term. Reason being is people like you manipulate the stock as obviously shown in recent times.
The fact the company put out that hype article from the anesthesiology magazine I started to doubt especially after the sharp selloff that morning. I was in Japan during that time on a trip and I saw my position gap up only to lose gains. Now we have the CHMP news again same activity.
The fact you create a new ID show you are here just for ACRX which is not a good thing. It is you who is not transparent. Tell me why someone should believe you over me, when I recently gave winners to people who listen to my tips like HRTX, REPH, LPCN, OGXI, ANAC, etc. all in the past 3 months?
I been helping people for years get some perspective on stocks and how to pick good ones. Can you say the same for yourself? Stop deceiving people.
no need to get defensive, and the only thing that worries me about your threat that I am heading to ignore is you have issues. Obviously you don't know how to pick stocks and do research and you need help.
Acting like people should follow you by hitting ignore either is a deceitful tactic to prevent people from hearing the truth by coaxing them into ignoring as well or you're just plain childish.
Grow up, click on my username and you will see I post factual information and helpful information for others across the message boards for years. I do this to help people and in turn it has helped me gain friends and advisors who have given me useful information. Unlike yourself you simply want to believe what you want or at least have people believe your comments only for YOUR sake.
Calling me BS when I am 100% sure how it works shows me you are the one trying to mislead by basically replying with a useless statement. Frankly I doubt what your intentions are here. If you are so paranoid in truth about others say on these boards, you are either naive or there's no point for you even reading these things.
I take my time to post as much clear and useful information here you can see my post are long and complete because I enjoy helping people. 20 year of playing the market I figure aside from making myself money, I can help people. That is my enjoyment here. Click on my username and you can see I've had many winners, unlike you!
Are there limits as to what the Ombudsman can do for me?
Yes. The Ombudsman will NOT:
• Overturn a decision/action, as the ombuds is not a deciding official
• Force anyone to turn over or modify a decision/action
• Take the position of advocate
• Work on a case while the case is pending in a formal appeals process
• Violate the Ombuds ethics and operating principles
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“An Ombuds should not, nor should an entity expect or authorize an Ombuds to:
(1) make, change or set aside a law, policy, or administrative decision
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I am not trying to mislead. I am basically giving a likely scenario. You mention an ombudsman but that is more like an administrative judge in other regulatory agencies when you are not satisfied with their decision.
I can tell you I have experience in highly regulated industries that use government approval, more for licensing than individual product approvals, but nonetheless, when a commission which is similar to the FDA gives denial or doesn't give approval, you go through an administrative hearing in this case what you mentioned.
In the same case it appears the ombudsman you use as a formal hearing. I am almost certain once you appoint someone to give the final say outside of the actual administration you are doing an informal talk. Another likely scenario is lawyer to lawyer of the panel.
I guarantee you the real likelihood is they are having their lawyer talk to the FDA lawyer and question their method of deciding, back and forth letters of explanation are being worded, and legal posturing. When that fails and they disagree, then what happens is either FDA shoots back with a straight up demand to comply and deny approval, then they do the formal administrative hearing in your case the ombudsman.
I will tell you by this time the lawyers both already know the positioning and if they want to play games with the FDA, FDA will deny them regardless and it is an uphill battle from there. Going up against the FDA and federal agency is as good as going up against the IRS in a tax dispute or against charges of tax evasion. Good luck, less than 5% of the people who fight these cases win. Tell me 3 drugs that got overturned denials and I will believe we have a chance.
This is why I highlight the fact that company is not forthcoming about what is going on.
All I can say is look at Guy Nohra, this guy must be #$%$ the board doesn't clue him in on what's happening inside ACRX considering his firm had invested in ACRX early on. he dropped as a 5% shareholder but had enough shares to be selling into these rallies, and perhaps may had even gone short.
Who knows what's going on there. A good drug with lousy management = 30% value of a drug's full potential.
I once believed REMS would be an option but now I think that might be off the table for the sake of them throwing around the FDA too much in their conference calls and presentations which is a negative. FDA won't want them to be saying these things as though the FDA works like a jury or a discretionary body. They rather just do their work based on written guidelines and rules that are across the board consistent.
These informal talks are a bunch of rhetoric to say they are trying to fish out any sort of back door options the FDA will do without them being placed in a corner if they approve the device on a technicality and FDA cannot be blamed for any mishaps. Once approved, it is much harder for them to pull back on anything until damages are already done. Informal talks is as good as calling everyday to see who answers the phone and hope you can get a new person who answers and give you a different response which is to your satisfaction and move it up the ladder that way. Informal talk is another way of saying I'm talking to them and it's off the record, which is meaningless for us.
I think Howee is a nice guy but he probably was left to just pick up the pieces with what the previous CEO did and trying to work off where they were without exposing the mess he has to deal with. So basically it's trying to clear up something what others would already call a fraud by being somewhat honest but essentially becomes a manifestation of a fraud to another type of fraud. Don't forget he was on the board during that timeframe when this was all happening so he is still complicit to some of the previous work, so it's like cleaning up his own trail and involvement while trying to mitigate damages caused by previous mishaps, by doing the same thing just less.
Ultimately I am prepared to hear an FDA requirement for that trial, but again I say at what point in time when this all happens is key to investors getting the best return from here on out possible.
hmm, how long have you been short this stock? why are you calling it a tax scam? did you know that making slanderous and false statements like that can have your name subpoenaed and sued for libel?
Especially when you're trying to short the stock and hedge it against other instruments in the market to keep price down. If you are a regular investor that's one thing to be saying statements based off your opinion, but tying it to try and cover or get financial gain with deceit is another.
Also, I don't know why you post on a board that you know it is just you and me posting here. If you are trying to take my money, why don't you just email me your email address and I will paypal you the losses you currently have. I have an extra $100 bucks in my paypal account from an unexpected refund from an item I purchased on Ebay.
How did they bungle twice? I only counted once. Also, you add no value to Meloxicam, which is being used in other pain analgesics as well as having passed 2 ph 2 results in the past?
How do you feel If they get $20mm from another partner in the coming weeks for one of the indications on their drug pipeline? Then they do 2 phase 3's and 1 phase 2, then next year talk about Fido. You are forgetting that Tom Henwood and Gerri Henwood is a win win combination. It is like Bill Clinton and Hillary.
I hope you listened with OGXI. now I have extra gains from there I can buy more LPCN at the dipped levels. :)
Perhaps I caught the attention of some of the people who know what good stocks are when they see them.
LPCN at 11's if it ever gets there is a steal once again. the upgrade will fade, and then we will see some more buying interest. TEVA is busy with the Allergan acquisition, so a partnership may take a bit longer to process after they sort through any potential overlaps on the internal corporate conflict check list. Who knows maybe another partner can come in while TEVA is busy.
I think those could all be addressed. The key point is as an investors as I said it puts me at a disadvantage to wait for all this bs.
I think Howee is doing an ok job for a #$%$ position. I try to see what he's doing in the office using binoculars but his office window always has the shade down :) lol
I do believe he knows what he's doing but knowing what you're doing when you're dealt a #$%$ hand is like deciding how to lose less money when you know your only choice is to spend it.
it depends on which nurse you're talking to. I do believe you'll get enough to make decent money off the device, the question however is whether the company will get this drug to that stage without some of the existing shareholders experiencing some pain that even the drug can cure.
Psychological pain is actually far worse than physical pain. Try losing sleep, feeling your heart is going to stop from depression. Physical pain you take any narcotic and you ultimately feel like you're dreaming and your mind detaches from your body essentially is what is happening. But how can you detach your psychological pain find a cure for that and you will have the biggest blockbuster drug on the planet. :)
with that said, good luck to all investors and be safe with your money. I've learned the key to making good consistent returns is not about riding all the stocks that have the potential to double or triple. It is avoiding the ones that risks losing more than 30% in a single binary event :)
People who are over eager to prevent missing out on a stock that goes up 30% are those that don't' do good due diligence and feel like that one stock is their only chance to ever make the same gains.
I can regret losing PCYC, PCLN, JAZZ, GWPH, HANSEN Beverage now MNST all under $8, in a decades plus time, but I also am fortunate not to have lost my shirt on a whole bunch of other stocks. The point is if you'd had a handful of stocks you owned and knew they were going to be good, even if you didn't profit fully from their moves, it goes to show you know what you're doing if you know you can find more of them in the future. Ultimately you will learn there will always be winners on the market, so be patient and just get them when you're sure they cannot lose you money!