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chi_town_oracle 39 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 25, 2015 4:04 PM Member since: Apr 2, 1999
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    Short fatigue or smart retreat?

    by chi_town_oracle Mar 25, 2015 3:37 PM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Mar 25, 2015 4:04 PM Flag

    these are the daily short % of vol. #s...so while NASD shorts outstanding are up, where are they going? Last 8 trading days show the current affair-chi

  • Reply to

    Short fatigue or smart retreat?

    by chi_town_oracle Mar 25, 2015 3:37 PM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Mar 25, 2015 3:38 PM Flag

    note, last # on line is short % of daily trade.--chi

  • chi_town_oracle by chi_town_oracle Mar 25, 2015 3:37 PM Flag

    LAST 8 TRADING DAYS........................................................................SHORT % of TRADES
    2015-03-24 CYTR Cytrx Corp 199927 411993 611920 33
    2015-03-23 CYTR Cytrx Corp 58818 99297 158115 37
    2015-03-20 CYTR Cytrx Corp 128705 257913 386618 33
    2015-03-19 CYTR Cytrx Corp 141601 159631 301232 47
    2015-03-18 CYTR Cytrx Corp 82147 137823 219970 37
    2015-03-17 CYTR Cytrx Corp 91707 76389 168096 55
    2015-03-16 CYTR Cytrx Corp 145060 111085 256145 57
    2015-03-13 CYTR Cytrx Corp 182997 144966 327963 56

    Note, the company has two years of cash left. Unless they intended on opening 6 more NEW studies, no cash needed as a take out is coming. CYTR is included in market studies-discussion BEFORE it has an FDA approved product for one easy to understand reason--ALDO BEATS APPROVED DOX--chi

    Sentiment: Buy

  • chi_town_oracle by chi_town_oracle Mar 24, 2015 2:41 PM Flag

    While many see ALDO as the value driver,and it certainly is near term. I think the linker tech./platform has opened many eyes with larger checkbooks. So Kreigs is playing hard to get ( that's smart) but look for some real interest over the summer. It will appear to be similar to a mandated SEC quiet period.

    The key, dance with many and wait for the big one to jump into the boat--chi

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    Commercialization Pre-Game

    by chi_town_oracle Mar 11, 2015 3:53 PM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Mar 12, 2015 4:05 PM Flag

    Amen, many paths to faster entry to market. Its almost time to hand this off to our new parent. The science is there, the need is huge, the PLATFORM potential is many times larger...Kriegs is winding it up--chi

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    Commercialization Pre-Game

    by chi_town_oracle Mar 11, 2015 3:53 PM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Mar 12, 2015 3:20 PM Flag

    j2j-- totally agree! Suffering cancer patients needed ALDO yesterday. I cannot see any reason for FDA to extend their suffering...almost time to go to market--chi

  • chi_town_oracle by chi_town_oracle Mar 11, 2015 3:53 PM Flag

    FDA will help out. No reason NOT to. Many reasons TO SPRING IT FORWARD, the two largest- fastest drivers: ALDO is SAFER THAN DOX and ALDO IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN DOX. The third reason, FDA KNOWS EVERYTHING THEY NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DOX and soon, ALDO. I think Kreigs has a fastball coming--chi

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    $2M upfront payment is...

    by chi_town_oracle Mar 5, 2015 1:12 PM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Mar 7, 2015 1:14 PM Flag

    True, I don't. But since; 1. they didn't disclose that, I assume it resembles some of their prior accomplishments, 2. same BOD, different market, 3. If you know where the value is inside this company, point me toward that because NOBODY knows as far as I can tell.

    Fire the BOD!--chi

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    $2M upfront payment is...

    by chi_town_oracle Mar 5, 2015 1:12 PM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Mar 6, 2015 6:25 PM Flag

    vrojkov- I hear you, but I think a $2M upfront is a weak amount but I do agree, they( norgine) have some real motivation to start selling.
    To my mind, its almost like CARD. is sandbagging and waiting to NAVB to fail so they can swoop in and buy it. Not saying they are doing that, but their sales effort to date is sub sub par in my book.

    Which leads me to the Board of Directors-- they all should resign. They make the same mistakes over and over while the company flounders. Its dam pathetic--chi

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    Dif between Rick and Pykett

    by hughes.markd Mar 6, 2015 12:52 PM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Mar 6, 2015 3:30 PM Flag

    Yesh, well the same BOD picked both Rick and Pykett so who doesn't have a clue about what...?

    Did you listen to Rick deliver a presentation? I my opinion, very very weak, unfocused and near worthless.

    And again, the BOD has let Card. wander down the road while the treasury ran dry. So the foundation of this company needs a shaking. Now, Rick may field a sales team but they still need to present a compelling case, which if the BOD had a shred of intelligence, they would have done THAT a long time ago.

    This should be sold to a company that pull the value out of it. I don't expect much from ManoThera either...and THAT has huge potential, but not a lot of time, yet they seem to be squandering time. I own plenty of this but I am not happy at their choices in the CEO chair, they lack of urgency nor their flip flops on directions--chi

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    $2M upfront payment is...

    by chi_town_oracle Mar 5, 2015 1:12 PM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Mar 5, 2015 4:27 PM Flag

    jdust- no, hardly new to NEOP/NAVB and I have believed that LS is the best in the category by very substantial differentiators, with that said, I wonder who has been leading this mess and wandering thru the fields of daisey's because they are NOT able to create shareholder value with a best in category product. Now, they intend to divest their other radio-tracers, after investing time-money and again, bringing negative value to the company

    Then engaged with Card. and that has NOT penciled out in my mind. Its been dismal at best. They say NO rev. from Europe in '15...isn't that a fairly casual approach to staying viable-- I think it is.

    MacroTher. opens up a world of opportunity, yet that seems to be unfolding in almost slow motion while the world works like a whirling dervish at curing cancer. So yeah, mark me down as VERY UNHAPPY long time investor in NAVB. How bout you? You get here last week or when...--chi

  • chi_town_oracle by chi_town_oracle Mar 5, 2015 1:12 PM Flag

    ...peanuts. Really, thats all NAVB gets upfront? My gawd they gave away the cow and the farm. And no discussion on the royalty %-- very very weak. I really have to question what they are seeing with LS, it claims best in field and runs in last place--something is wrong with how they are going to the market...its incredibly wrong and or weak--and I own plenty so not to happy right now--chi

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    Cytrx's next linker technology?

    by siriusjaz Feb 25, 2015 11:29 AM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Feb 26, 2015 12:41 PM Flag

    Sure, CYTR today goes to where OTHER cancer killers are inefficient in getting to. BUT where ALDO goes is one aspect of the value proposition, WHAT ALDO takes with it to dissolve onto the cancer itself is the NEW emerging aspect AND the real value of CYTR. If they get into bio-sims that are more efficient at killing cancer, couple-link via ALDO ( my name for the platform) then you increase cancer killing efficiency by X number of times, you have a final frontier in cancer killing. The ALDO platform is about to be greatly improved via what is linked to it-- chi

  • chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Feb 18, 2015 11:25 AM Flag

    those are FINRA volumes so you can take them as gospel- chi

  • chi_town_oracle by chi_town_oracle Feb 14, 2015 11:40 AM Flag

    If you look at the last 3 days short vol., its clear, they stopped shorting to the extent they had just 2 days earlier. Why? Shorts let it run to re-short based on the old belief that shorting pulls out the stops and pours a quick hit of cash back into shorties pockets.

    Date Symbol Name Short Volume Long Volume Total Volume Short%
    2015-02-13 CYTR Cytrx Corp 259760 480711 740471 35
    2015-02-12 CYTR Cytrx Corp 154778 207518 362296 43
    2015-02-11 CYTR Cytrx Corp 113117 65258 178375 63

    Small incremental moves upward in the pps thwart the re-short. But it takes a cleaver CEO to know when to drop the big one on a concerted-ongoing-unwise chronic short attack. And they must have a follow on event and newsflow or else you get the chronic re-shorting--chi

  • Shorts have March and April to exit. The later they move, the more expensive their move will be. But a key turning point will be Shorts that go LONG. That will really change the picture. Look at the short moves in the last five trading days. Had the shorts turned to LONGs, this would be a $5 stock heading for $10 by May 1st.

    Date Symbol Name Short Vol. Long Vol. Ttl Vol Short%
    2015-02-12 CYTR Cytrx Corp 154778 207518 362296 43
    2015-02-11 CYTR Cytrx Corp 113117 65258 178375 63
    2015-02-10 CYTR Cytrx Corp 135876 155579 291455 47
    2015-02-09 CYTR Cytrx Corp 189195 121243 310438 61
    2015-02-06 CYTR Cytrx Corp 180525 132417 312942 58

    Right now, there is a very strong desire to be LONG in this stock. And that desire is growing while the short thesis is evaporating like a cancer wad hit by an ALDO-BOMB--chi

  • chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Feb 12, 2015 4:08 PM Flag

    shorts would like the the dumped share to sell for pennies...but they know those dumped shares are being scooped up rather quickly. Eventually, even a dull-witted short realizes the money in his pocket belongs to somebody else. But that takes time. So for instis don't care if the price goes up, they actually want it to go down to allow them to buy more.

    Divorce is coming. IMO- chi

  • Instis buy what the shorts dump. Nice way to build a large position by frontrunning THE EVENT.

    Look at this short dumping:

    Date Symbol Name Short Volume Long Volume Total Volume Short%
    2015-02-11 CYTR Cytrx Corp 113117 65258 178375 63
    2015-02-10 CYTR Cytrx Corp 135876 155579 291455 47
    2015-02-09 CYTR Cytrx Corp 189195 121243 310438 61
    2015-02-06 CYTR Cytrx Corp 180525 132417 312942 58
    2015-02-05 CYTR Cytrx Corp 157785 136756 294541 54

    So INSTIS get cheap shares NOW, but the divorce is pending. Then, INSTIs will turn momentum player and rush the stock to the point of take out PR for a 50-100% premium above that price. Shorts ruined. Instis rich. World is a healthier place.

    Why are shorts so dumb? That's all they know. Shorting is instant gratification. Buy-Hold LONG is instant pain while a short is bathing in cash. THAT never lasts.

    IMO, ALDO, THE PLATFORM is far stronger than any investor knows. But big pharma is watching it closely. Can it carry other cancer killers to the spot? Depends on the cancer killer and where the cancer is. But no doubt, this is a breakthrough and ALDO THE PLATFORM ( meaning not the drug) will be knocking twice and delivering cancer killing agents of many OTHER kinds. Shorts have less than 6 months, IMO. So do instis and of course we longs too-chi

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    Very promising sales and future

    by barryjohannasan Feb 10, 2015 5:56 AM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Feb 10, 2015 4:18 PM Flag

    GOALS! Not too much to ask when "ID the problem" or is this just another flub up in the making. You lay out the method and then let the listener walk away wondering where that effort will take them...WHY work that way? Really pathetic IMO--chi

    AND I OWN PLENTY!

  • Reply to

    Rick G's favorite book

    by hughes.markd Feb 9, 2015 8:23 AM
    chi_town_oracle chi_town_oracle Feb 10, 2015 4:14 PM Flag

    Sure could be, which is why a REAL presentation would/could help.

    Look, its nice and good to layout the internal sales methods but to NOT ID real goals, well, its kinda "shy" on the high side and totally worthless to investors on low side. If you cannot identify a goal, you will not reach it, which sounds safe until you realize that this company constantly misses and screws up. LS- best of breed, worst of sales. Now, we are going to go to the market and actively sell it. How much do you think you can sell? NO ANSWER ( no goal). But don't take my word for it, look at how the market has taken up two presentations so far about the NEW SALES effort-- chi

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