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corruptbusinesss 53 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 13, 2015 9:57 AM Member since: Jul 17, 2005
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  • Retail investors have coughed up almost 20% of shares since April to date. It's called creating buying while causing Fear.

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    Stressed out but still holding.

    by jssflash Jun 25, 2015 3:38 PM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Aug 12, 2015 10:51 AM Flag

    To be a long term shareholder of Ocata one has had to have more faith than sense. But today we have the facts on our side. There is no reason for this to be doing what it is doing based on public information and with all the positive guidance by the company for the remainder of this year we have every reason to be positive. And if the positives happen before the end of this year then we will be even more confident about the first half of next year getting the first results of Phase II. The thing we know because of the published peer review of phase I is the therapy works, we are only needing to know how well it works. And of course safety has been 100% which is of course unheard of in new therapies. About the only thing we need to worry about is the politics based in ignorance so education will solve that issue too. Besides when people know they can prevent going blind that will take care of the politics quickly.

  • corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Aug 12, 2015 9:54 AM Flag

    Does seem to be the thing to do. Ha. Of course a few days ago would have been better timing but who knows maybe shorting today might be good for a few more days at the rate we are going. Pretty soon our market cap is going to equal cash on hand. I have no idea what is taking place here unless maybe it's the Far Right Politics at work? these evil stem cell cures. Ha

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Aug 11, 2015 9:58 AM Flag

    Forget the fact someone is selling this into oblivion and look at the fundamentals of this company. This is what analysts dream about finding. Diamond in the rough with huge potential. Just look at the accumulation by institutional investors and we are just at the beginning. When they announce phase II start the world will be as it should be once again.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    On the next major spike, how many will get out???

    by dsroyal91 Aug 11, 2015 8:53 AM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Aug 11, 2015 9:24 AM Flag

    the last time we saw shares this low they rose 8 times higher, so if that happens again I would guess many will bail.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Aug 11, 2015 3:59 AM Flag

    This board is worthless at best and damaging at worse. Too many posters who obviously have agendas other than just honest exchange of analysis.

  • corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Aug 11, 2015 3:50 AM Flag

    I agree management has relied too much on dilution but we don't know what level the interest is of BP. Management would need to be receptive and shareholders have always given them a pass to dilute so they have not needed to be open to any interest by BP.

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    First we have to go to $1.55!

    by camvest Aug 10, 2015 11:45 AM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Aug 10, 2015 5:06 PM Flag

    If they fail phase II flat without any alternative then yes $1.55 would be expected and lower. Let's hope that doesn't happen. But in all honesty the expectation is that the therapy works based on what has already been reported by peer review, we're just waiting to see how much it works.

  • corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Aug 10, 2015 4:57 PM Flag

    Not sure what you are saying but if you are invested you sure don't want to sell here and if you have dollars to invest this is a opportunity for you to increase your portfolio significantly

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    First we have to go to $1.55!

    by camvest Aug 10, 2015 11:45 AM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Aug 10, 2015 4:53 PM Flag

    Your sentiment is true in many instances, but if you knew this company you would not make that observation here. It in no way makes sense in this instance.

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    this is really eye opening

    by corruptbusinesss Aug 10, 2015 3:33 PM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Aug 10, 2015 4:48 PM Flag

    It is my understanding that in the middle of the earlier 60 million dollar financing effort a couple of things happened. FDA changed the game and market conditions changed. Both out of the control of the company. But I will simply remind you and others that millions of shares are being accumulated to the tune of about 20% of outstanding since being listed on NASDAQ and the company continues to give guidance that phase II is on track for the first results to be released first half of 2016. The volume of trading has increased about three fold since listing and it continues to rise suggesting the accumulation is continuing at even more rapid rate so the percentage they own could be double end of Sept. I guess I'm saying it does not take a ton of bricks falling on me to see this is a buy of a lifetime.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Aug 10, 2015 3:33 PM Flag

    Anyone who has followed this company for the last few years knew one thing for sure. The only folks owning this company were Retail and small toxic loan sharks or however you want to call the small group who did the financing deals that led to law suits and such. We all hoped that when this company finally got listed on NASDAQ we would see the pps increase as the institutional investors would buy shares. But we’re learning how they are able to buy in and do so without paying premium, pretty good on their part. The thing one has to understand they would not be buying millions of shares and I think they are up to about 20% of the shares because they think they are going down. For new shareholders this is a buy of a life time. These folks on this board can't give one reason for what is happening that makes sense for anyone who know about this company. And trust me I have been one of the biggest skeptics and have been very critical of this company but this is so obvious that one must buy at these levels.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    Ocata Hitting 7-Year Low!

    by mruyog Aug 10, 2015 11:11 AM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Aug 10, 2015 12:00 PM Flag

    I have been as critical as anyone on Ocata for a variety of reasons but this is now a screaming buy. This is crazy stupid and I'm buying all I can. When you see accumulation and at the same time the share price heads south something is up. And I suspect t's going to be the share price is up soon.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Aug 10, 2015 9:45 AM Flag

    Ocata is being manipulated down and as if we needed any additional proof of that fact we have this morning's trades. The market is up big, the company is on record as saying there is no change in the company that would account for the lower share price and we continue down. This is now about as obvious as it can get. Why anyone would sell here is a mystery other than having to cover margin calls. And that may be what the goal is to capture the shares on margin.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Aug 7, 2015 10:41 AM Flag

    Someone has been trying hard to cause a capitulation by Retail Shareholders and it's not worked as yet. They are running out of time as I see it. Weather it happens or not the game is about to change, I'm guessing at the most five to six weeks.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Aug 5, 2015 4:06 AM Flag

    A conservative estimate is there will be 80 million shares trading at $25.00. Six times more than where we are today. No risk as the therapy and cells have already been shown to work and be 100% safe. The only question is what part of the multi billion market will be captured and at what price? The little secret is regenerative medicine will actually save the U.S. Healthcare billions and solve the debt crisis for the U.S. Everything is riding on this little company, people will begin to see this in the next few years.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Aug 5, 2015 3:50 AM Flag

    Where are the buyers? This company is worth much more than 175 million. It's only four years away from generating income that could be at some point in the hundreds of millions and eventually billions. And where are the investors that should be putting down millions to grab a piece of the action? Does no one do their research to understand the value and what Ocata has done? Or is Ocata management so inept they discourage new investors? This just does not make sense unless people just don't believe the success of what has been reported of the test results or they don't believe that Ocata will be able to commercialize the therapy. Lanza and his team are the best this country has but they are not believed. Amazing.

  • This company may blow it, and that would be a terrible loss for millions of people. All they need to do is execute and maybe show confidence by buying a few shares but these guys are little league when it comes to the business side of things.

  • corruptbusinesss by corruptbusinesss Aug 3, 2015 1:11 PM Flag

    Trading at these valuations for Ocata makes no sense. I'm hoping sooner than later the company can burn these people

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    Market Cap is at multi year lows?..

    by corruptbusinesss Jul 30, 2015 1:09 AM
    corruptbusinesss corruptbusinesss Jul 30, 2015 5:31 AM Flag

    You may be correct but not anytime soon and only if Ocata's therapy fails phase 2 trials. But based on peer reviewed results of phase 1 results that is not the consensus view but just the opposite. No, the consensus view of those that are familiar with the science is not if it works but to what degree. So how much of the 30 billion plus market will Ocata capture? At this stage Ocata is way under valued. The only question is when does the value begin to get realized or how long can these Shorts maintain their positions knowing that this could reverse very quickly.

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