I will be cashing in my EXAS for whatever I can get and going all in on VRNX (smaller footprint and vastly lower burn rate, plus the added benefit of having a benchmark which to beat by way of EXAS competition. Besides, it's BLOOD they're dealing with here, not stool. Heck, doctors cannot even get the majority of their patients to comply with voluntary outpatient FIT and FOTB testing, why would they suddenly volunteer to drop the entire stool into a "mailing bowl". I just don't buy it now that there appears to be an alternative.
(Now I also must admit that with my margin account I do like to "play" the market and will continue to buy and sell EXAS short and long when the opportunity to make money arises.)
OMG! Go back and RE read my post stoolboy!
I was quoting you the profits from my (buy and hold) IRA. No margin, no daytrading, no options and most of all, no shorting allowed there. My margin story is a whole other story. So no, Im not a FUDster, YOU just don't know how to read,...chimpy chump!
Well read this: DUMP EXAS and BUY VNRX ASAP!
So says you. FYI I DID own a Vintage studabaker and sold it to a collector for enough to buy 2 mercedes - new!. LOL, funny you would choose that car. I Also bought each and every one of your losers and MADE MONEY ON ALL MENTIONED that exceeded the losses that I will admit to having taken on same! It's just that i dont get greedy like you boiling toad children. For example, I sold TROV for a nice profit and look to buy it again. I'll buy ENTR again when their earnings and revs turn up, I owned CLSN from 2 to 9, got out at 8, back in at 6 with only half of my problem. Not the runaway hit I was expecting, but I did get taken to the cleaners on the 10% I held into the FDA announcement of their failed clinical trial. And EXAS? One thing you've got to give it credit for this year? Its bouncing. I've made money trading BOTH sides. Am I going to explain exactly how I do it to a chump like you? Dont count on it duckdynastydoperbaby. I would hate to think I helped you jealouos snivelling mongrels. I like keeping you whining for the entertainment value of it all.
In fact, if my eyes dont deceive me, we lost 1.8% ....OUCH!!
And I see we have some fresh coverage! Welcome "Courtesy Flush" LOL - LOVE THAT ID - SO FITTING HERE!!
Anyway, Im currently not concerned with EXAS. I got out a couple of days ago and believe me, I have NO REGRETS.
Give it up mstevens. You REAR ENTRY clowns are all over this thing. Remember who your new readers here are? You've got to pitch them as this is day ONE. From now on, just assume that NONE of them even learned of this stock until the past year and some of them bought this stool bucket at 14.00 PLUS!!!!
Dont listen to drc, Curtesy,
He's one of this boards resident pumper-trolls who missed the broadmarket rally while waiting for EXAS to drop their load - the latest installment never arrived -lol
Sentiment: Strong Sell
By "on a stick" I guess you mean you got the "wrong end" of it...lol!
(or did you get wise and bail too?)
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Agreed. This stock is truly GARBAGE. Somebody please take out the trash, it's beginning to stink around here.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Two years of ZERO action. But don't worry, the "stools in the bowl" as they say- lol. You've got to believe me on this one, I know one hell of a lot more than that idiot Doc388stoolgod who routinely pontificates here.
Anyway, enough of the past. Here's my "Gift O' the Week" to you doofas con men (you only fool yourselves):
NEWL. At a mere 1.95, NEWL will double from here before stoolbowl gets to 15.00 from 12.22. In fact, we could see some fresh new lows here in good ol stoolbowl. But seriously folks, get yourself some NEWL before it gets to far along. It will be at 4.00 soon, quite soon. So convinced am I of this, that I've put over 100,000.00 of my profits from trading EXAS (up and down all over the town, long and short) into NEWL just today: 55,000 shares.
Join me and prosper fellas. This is going to be good, REAL good.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Yep, and what if you're wrong? And the company encounters obstacles that bring home a reality that is far short of justifying a 1 BILLION dollar market cap? (competition, efficacy issues, patient compliance issues, cost issues,- take your pick). One does not have to make the case that this company is completely worthless to simply see it at a lower price. You on the other hand have never failed to blindly pump here as if you had some kind of crystal ball. If you're so much smarter than these "stupid shorts", then please put forward your "facts" that they might grab hold of and motivate them to cover. I believe the only 2 real areas where there's a failure to agree are 1) Compliance 2) Profit necessary to justify a 1 Billion dollar market cap BEFORE the reality of income.
Another big question that I have (although I cant speak for the big short funds) is "Why has this entire process taken so very long on a test that has changed very little if any since it's inception? Why have hundreds of millions of dollars been spent ? Why is the FDA dragging their heels when the data is in on a "life saving" technology? Why did the stock literally take a 45% nose dive immediately after the test results came in? Why did it tank in after hours on massive volume late Tuesday? Because I have no answers, I look to the implications here only and draw a reasonable conclusion that something is out there that implies that the stock is over valued at these levels. (I have no idea what)
You stated out well, but ended poorly. Grade for you scorekeeper101a: F
Somehow you failed to acknowledge the 857,680 shares that got "dumped" after hours on Tuesday.
This was no small potato's as you contend. It was reported by the Nasdaq and could be found all day on their website. You've proven yourself to be either an amateur, a liar or both.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Here's your "noob" correcting Stetson on his outstanding ARIA call ...doofas.
Hell!!, I did too!!!! Oh well, down we go....AGAIN!! (sheesh, how could I have been so stupid?)
I hope NOT. But even if it is, that doesn't mean you can't make money playing it in both directions. This stock,whether you like it or not, is a day traders "dream come true". I've gotta admit it though, watching the movie "The Wolf of Wall St" and seeing those boiler room #$%$ kind of reminded me of the manipulation that went on to drive this stock from .38c to 14.70 all without the benefit of a product on the market -lol. No problem, as I said, Im making money playing it in both directions.
That is, IF America goes along with it's superiority over FIT #$%$ on a stick).
Heck, it's hard to get folks to do that much, how can we expect them to go "whole-stool" and then turn around and mail it across the country. The success of this company is so VERY dependent upon public compliance to succeed that it cannot be deemed a sure thing until the proof of concept is in. This is THE achilles heel of the long argument. Of course, Im despised on this board for reminding everyone about that. Tough luck, huh? Im fine with it. As I said, I make money trading this stock in both directions.
The next shorting opportunity is so very close but you must have patience!
i will let you all know when it's time, we're not there yet, but get ready, it's coming!
AT 8.89 per share. At the time I bought, the JAKgAzzes that troll this message board under the many ID's of mstevens were calling me an idiot for following "Pro" into this trade. I made out like a bandit almost immediately and have been making money in it ever since.
As for this stock, If EXAS doesnt hit us with another PIPE (and there's no reason they should have to) AND if they dont announce yet ANOTHER delay to satisfy some sort of request by the FDA, I will probably buy in at that time. Ive made a boatload daytrading this stock both from the long and the short side, but binary events are not my thing (lesson learned). Sure, I take hard calculated risks, but not stupid ones. Im not interested in becoming the next round of bagholders as this company regroups for it's next phase.