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chinaman.nyc2003 36 posts  |  Last Activity: 14 hours ago Member since: Dec 3, 2013
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  • chinaman.nyc2003 by chinaman.nyc2003 14 hours ago Flag

    good things to come,,,

  • chinaman.nyc2003 by chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 30, 2014 9:30 AM Flag

    but to shed the image of a dog of stock, hopefully this new dr mauro can help bring the model onto human study as reasonably promptly as possible. of course, at this stage, it is much more prudent to licensing it out. OMED has its entire platform licensed out to celgene, gsk, etc and no agents are advanced in their pipeline. 2015 is a hopeful year to come.

  • chinaman.nyc2003 by chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 30, 2014 9:15 AM Flag

    i dont' have ebay shares, although over the years i have used ebay to buy and sell stuff,,,,buying some cheap disposable stuff and selling non use items in the house to rid of junk. for instance, bought violins for kids over the years and then sold them back on ebay when they move onto larger ones.

    recently, something happened that is worth noting. i auctioned off a good violin on ebay and winner has since disappeared. apparently it is someone from brazil that does this type of prank. when i complained to ebay about the non paying bidder, ebay's response is that they will handle it internally but their current general policy is that they will not pursue it seriously because ebay is not in the biz of offending buyers who to ebay is what makes their biz works.

    i find the reasoning very odd, that they will tolerate prank and fraud simply not to offend buyers. based on this alone, i think ebay is sitting on a slippery slope and will potentially turn off potential sellers. i think the trend is that sellers are losing more and more rights simply because ebay considers buyers are premium. very odd and ebay in the long term will pay for this mistake.

  • you know it will come for sure,,,just a matter of days!

  • chinaman.nyc2003 by chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 30, 2014 8:42 AM Flag

    here is something for consideration that may be pertinent to adxs her2. i also like SYN under 1.5. little co as well, have couple things going for it, being underwritten by a bio billionarie kirk randall, one agent they are developing is an estrogen compound called trimesta for multiple sclerosis. initially they had a hard time getting funding for trial and one doc in ucla was adament about trimesta's efficacy that through her connections to foundations and charities supporting ms, she got funding to get the trial rolling.

    similarly, her2 for breast cancer is a huge media pr item. foundations like susan komen gets huge coverage and has clouts and money. i think adxs management should link up with susan komen to see if it can provide some funding to get early stage trials started. this is a very doable proposition.

  • currently already holding 30k at lower entry,,,will be opportunistic and add on dips to eventual 50k shares.


    because there are simply too many good stuff being developed here. too early to tell if they are home runs,,,too early to tell if they will all work out, but the plate is full and diversified. the science is solid. THE SCIENCE IS SOLID AND THE MARKET APPRECIATION HAS NOT CAUGHT UP WITH THE CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS. if just one of the 5-10 agents will work out in time, we are looking at market cap of 500mil to 1.5 bil. tough to pinpoint the time frame, but i am quite certain we are at the bottom range sp wise.

    her2 is big biz. we hare heceptin that does not work very well. puma has a drug and it trades at 250. gale is working on a phase 3 neuvax that targets lower nodal expression. close to a million females get breast cancer in usa alone. very large unmet need. exactly how adxs her2 may fit in that landscape is uncertain at this point, but i believe it will find a niche. the pie is big enough for everyone to have some.

    it will be a long road, folks hop on an off,,,nothing wrong as long as money is made.

  • Reply to

    Walmart vs BABA

    by pratikshah915 Oct 29, 2014 7:18 AM
    chinaman.nyc2003 chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 29, 2014 7:23 AM Flag

    walmart sources through baba vendors,,,hmmm

  • trend is your PENG YOU!

  • chinaman.nyc2003 by chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 28, 2014 1:48 PM Flag


  • Reply to

    glad i added yesterday under 2.

    by chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 28, 2014 9:39 AM
    chinaman.nyc2003 chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 28, 2014 1:37 PM Flag

    buying yesterday is not rocket science or brain surgery!

  • chinaman.nyc2003 by chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 28, 2014 9:39 AM Flag

    better have xxii at this level than not to have it.

    i see xxii selling cigs to china via alibaba, another good stock to have right now which i do!

  • Reply to

    Hit 100 today..

    by crsdh Oct 28, 2014 9:26 AM
    chinaman.nyc2003 chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 28, 2014 9:28 AM Flag

    concur it won't finish there,,,will finish higher :)

  • like a tanking rolling down the lane...

  • China needs BABA services to keep the social stability and keep folks employed. the regime will last longer as long as folks are happy and fed.

    USA needs BABA to link up cheaper sources of labor and goods. A stable China means USA can have easier access to funding.

    if you have to own just one stock for the next 10 years, BABA is the one.

  • no brainer. glad i got my 1888 shares at 86-87. even more glad i did not jump in on the ipo day.

    won't be fast train, but a steady one that will go distance.

  • hello boyz and galz, with market cap of only 65 mil and candidates complementing the anti ph1s....the hottest sector and trend in oncology, great days to come!

    but remember this: when you make good money later, credit yourself. when you lose money, blame yourself,,,

    all onboard!!!!!!!!!!!

  • so get on with the program.

    your persistent displeasure with your paper loss in adxs started with YOUR OWN decision to put money into an extremely OMG freaking dangerous little company. you were chasing a dream. you were a nut! totally reckless! what you did is essentially like buying lottery tickets with odds stacked against you and thing is,,,you knew it but your brushed aside the potential downside. you probably need to go to a chinese b school where they put you through some serious reform labor or something:)

    you have been critical of this and that, what others did or did not do. how come we don't hear you talking critically about your own mistake in the first place, huh?

  • Reply to

    Weekend Reflections

    by fbg0316 Oct 26, 2014 9:30 PM
    chinaman.nyc2003 chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 28, 2014 7:47 AM Flag

    "Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that lead you to do repetitive behaviors (compulsions). It's also possible to have only obsessions or only compulsions and still have OCD.

    With OCD, you may or may not realize that your obsessions aren't reasonable, and you may try to ignore them or stop them. But that only increases your distress and anxiety. Ultimately, you feel driven to perform compulsive acts in an effort to ease your stressful feelings.

    OCD often centers around themes, such as a fear of getting contaminated by germs. To ease your contamination fears, you may compulsively wash your hands until they're sore and chapped. Despite efforts to ignore or get rid of bothersome thoughts, the thoughts or urges keep coming back. This leads to more ritualistic behavior — and a vicious cycle that's characteristic of OCD."

    try some weekday reflections,,,

  • Reply to

    Weekend Reflections

    by fbg0316 Oct 26, 2014 9:30 PM
    chinaman.nyc2003 chinaman.nyc2003 Oct 28, 2014 7:38 AM Flag


    you may want to double check to see if oc went to business school at all,,,if not, and since you think oc is on the opposing team, why are you supporting his cause by sticking around with your money?

    i can't speak for what they teach in chinese b school, but in american b school, they don't teach beeching about a company on yahoo as an effective means to resolve or ameliorate anything. they probably teach what you do in any medical school, the psychiatric section.

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