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corruptbusinesss 33 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 10, 2014 4:07 PM Member since: Jul 17, 2005
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    Is it time to buy?

    by corruptbusinesss Apr 10, 2014 2:25 AM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Apr 10, 2014 4:07 PM Flag

    As I said if ACTC is able to finally put its last legacy issue behind them, then there are several reasons that could propel this stock higher. Many believe including Maxim that this company could see .45 pps. Which would be six or seven times where we are today. I am being conservative at saying a double. New non-dilutive financing, RS followed by uplisting to Nasdaq, release of TLD/Review of trials, JV or take over. We could see a quick double just on favorable settlement of their A/G court case and new CEO announcement which could happen end of this month or May. If you invest in this company you are betting on the abilities of the BOD as they are driving the ship as well as their managers who just released one of the best 10K many have ever seen for a company like ACTC. But we have to understand this is mostly dependent on the actions of some very scummy folks in the form of loan sharks who are the worse of bottom feeders.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Apr 10, 2014 2:25 AM Flag

    We probably have a few days and maybe a couple of weeks. The stock is adjusting for the dilution coming. But if we can eliminate the A/G issue and if that ends the legacy issues at long last, then the shares will for the first time in a very long time begin to trade based on the science and it's future prospects. The question is how low do we go? I'm guessing we don't go below .06 but if we do and one trusts the present management can avoid BK. We could see a double by the end of this year on our way to a triple next year. But this is very risky. If you have been looking to buy now may be the time to start accumulating. Especially below .06 and if we see .055 I will be buying heavily.

  • Reply to

    Next important news date?

    by prayforyou2 Apr 4, 2014 3:54 PM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Apr 6, 2014 12:26 PM Flag

    This company is very close to end of road. The only question is how much does A/G increase the speed. Or maybe the question is does A/G have an agenda to drive this Stem Cell Company off the road. There are interest that would like to see ACTC go away. However I think that would be wishfull thinking cause I suspect Bio would carry on the science with Lanza's help.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Apr 3, 2014 2:55 PM Flag

    It's not at all clear their is any appreciation by the company, in fact I would suggest just the opposite but never the less my hat is off to the folks that are still positive about ACTC. If they can survive the A/G ruling when or if it comes because of lack of agreement being signed end of this month then ACTC may prove you correct. It's very risky but I wish us all luck. We are going to need it.

  • Reply to

    Why would Robert Langer

    by dojothegreat33 Apr 3, 2014 10:56 AM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Apr 3, 2014 11:07 AM Flag

    He is friends with Lanza, and this has got to be testing that friendship. But maybe more than that he is a believer in stem cells and like many of us hopes ACTC can do what seems like the impossible task of cleaning up their financial mess. They seem to have the potential of making a commercial product one day if they can rid themselves of one last impedement, A/G. I don't think the SEC issue is going to hurt them very much. But again the A/G thing is the 800 pound gorilla that could end the game for them.

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    fundamentally ACTC is very weak

    by azrastulic Apr 3, 2014 9:55 AM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Apr 3, 2014 10:46 AM Flag

    I'd give anything to see this company have success but there is nothing to give anyone any confidence right now. Just the opposite, later this month they are going to meet with A/G litigants and that potentially could spell the end to this company. And is probably why the management is acting like they are and why there is no financing available to them. If they survive that meeting or better yet if they can survive and end the issue with A/G and still have a half million shares left to use then they will be for the first time able to look towards the future and focus on their science. And we may again see them at .08 pps with prospects of going higher. But it is a binary event that could go either way, very risky!

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Apr 3, 2014 9:00 AM Flag

    This company is all but history. Unbelievable!!! The Fat Lady is warming up and about to come on stage. No wonder Gary left and Lanza is reluctant to sign a contract. This makes me sick.

  • corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Mar 31, 2014 11:09 AM Flag

    Because we have faith in the management of ACTC to do what's in the best interest of their shareholders and the company. If it wasn't for the shrewd business decisions of management where would we be? While it may seem like we are on our way to .05 pps you have to give these guys a chance.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Mar 26, 2014 10:09 AM Flag

    Look out below, this is going to be ugly. I'm not bashing but knowing what this stock does after being in it for four years. Maybe it will surprise us one day but nothing to indicate that day is today.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Mar 26, 2014 7:38 AM Flag

    History for ACTC dictates we will be much lower at the end of today. ACTC management speaks today which equals disappointment. When the stock pops this morning many will sell and then later many more will sell. Things are looking very bleak as we are at the end of March and still no TLD. Plus money is all but gone, maybe 60 days before they can't conceal their inability to pay their obligations. This is very possibly our last chance to sell, but I can't do it. Can you?

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Mar 20, 2014 1:50 PM Flag

    Then depending on what the 10K reports we may sell off or wait to see what they don't say in the CC. we'll see if management wants to send their shares lower or not. If they continue their policy of not talking and say nothing at CC we will have another buying opportunity. Ha

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Mar 19, 2014 11:17 AM Flag

    Same old SCAM that ACTC has been getting away with for years. Hype, insiders sell and suckers buy and loose. Where do they find the folks that continue the SCAM? Matt is a disbarred lawyer so he's obvious but the other two don't make sense. Gary made millions over the years and left us with useless books. I suspect the SEC is going to be with us for this year and as a result the only financing we get will continue to dilute the shares. Folks there are reasons insiders have never bought shares and still don’t.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Mar 18, 2014 8:45 PM Flag

    Lets face it, once more all the positives that management has talked about for the last 12 weeks have not happened and in fact we have gotten bad news with the news that there 10K has to be delayed. A company that has less than 40 employees and sells nothing can't get their last four years books correct? This smells to high heaven. No wonder the good doctor is no where to be seen, little loan sign his employment contract. I'm scared that we are seeing the light of a locomotive at the end of the tunnel and it's coming at us full speed. I would not be surprised to learn that insiders sold shares during our small run up recently. I felt like selling when we were above .09 and I wish I had. I suspect we're heading back to .06 and lower if we again have to get funding from Lincoln. If we bounce above .08 I think I'm selling half my position and maybe all. I finally am realizing ACTC is more Scam than doing real research. Gary selling like he did should have been obvious, but the promise of the science was too much to pass by.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Mar 18, 2014 6:44 PM Flag

    Should have sold at .10 cause we're heading toward .07 again. This is one frustrating company. Insiders have never bought there own stock for good reason. Question is will they ever buy it?

  • Reply to

    ACTC is now out of compliance with the SEC

    by corruptbusinesss Mar 17, 2014 6:05 PM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Mar 17, 2014 7:05 PM Flag

    Never mind, I only looked at Yahoo and I should have checked further. They did file for extension, sorry for jumping the gun.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Mar 17, 2014 6:05 PM Flag

    ACTC acts more like a SCAM with each passing week! They didn't even file an extension, what a bunch of lossers. Their a world class company that does not see fit to file their 10K. What a joke.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Mar 13, 2014 5:34 AM Flag

    Let me suggest another long shot or very risky investment. This company has a history that no one would ever wish on their worse enemy. It should have died long ago but it has persevered with the tenacity that comes from genius in the form of blue collar upbringing. If you think the miracle that is touted by many today about energy is something just wait to see how healthcare is about to be changed. Just as Fracking has been maligned and demonized so have ESC's. But this little company has developed what will maybe one day be the gold standard of ESC's. And they do no harm to the embryo. Google - Investor Stem Cell and select Advanced Cell Technology. it's about five years away from being we hope a well known name to all.

  • Reply to

    is brad blum still in?

    by cashback_7 Mar 12, 2014 1:12 PM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Mar 13, 2014 4:56 AM Flag

    He offered to give his time and money to save COSI when there was still something to be saved but the BOD said we don't need any help. The action of the BOD didn't make sense then, and now in hind site they look like fools. COSI has had many opportunities over the years but their BOD have always managed to put up road blocks. Curious if the problem was just ego or if there was a criminal element involved. After all we are talking Chicago. It was a good concept that others copied which says a lot about the opportunity lost. RIP

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Mar 13, 2014 4:34 AM Flag

    10K Monday and CC on Tuesday next week. I'm guessing so CC might be Wed or Thursday next week. The question is what could management have to say? It will be interesting if for no other reason than to see what is said now that Gary is gone. Will they blame Gary, will they dangle tantalizing carrots in front of shareholders, or will they simply state the obvious and or boring facts that leave us all wanting more. I hope they can be truthful with a positive tone which only makes long term sense if they are convinced they are for real.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Feb 24, 2014 10:17 AM Flag

    Folks there’s nothing to say till they clear up the old baggage of A/G, SEC and financing. If they are not able to clean their balance sheet their hands are tied. They have been trying for about three years to get back to square one and they still have not done so. This year may be no different, who knows. If they once again announce dilutive financing it means failure again with A/G. Actually I would say it shows that our courts are broken but that’s just my opinion. Although ACTC could have brought suit against Caldwell’s estate but so far they have voted against doing. Common sense says Caldwell is at fault not ACTC as no one but him new what he was doing.

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