a "short" mom too, probably pudgey. Not nearly as "pretty" as Buffalo Bill actually :-)
Sir, if you are implying you are trading the stock, and not a TRUE LONG, then you are NOT WELCOME here. Please head to the dank Black Raven Buffalo Bill den of iniquity and leave we longs to rally 'round the DVAX banner.
... lest they claim paper trades making "beer money" this morning with a quick "in-and-out" trade on the SP gyrations. Laughing my #$%$ off at such silly claims, they need to get off the computer and back to cutting coupons for "mom" (their term for Buffalo Bill Raven)!
Because as you can see, it has made our valuable DVAX shares 10X as scarce, and these scarce shares are rapidly being bought, meaning with each passing hour, fewer and fewer increasingly scarce shares are available.
This is why it's an indisputable fact: DVAX LOVES DOWN DAYS
Sorry Raven, as OJ says too bad for you it's not doing something other than what it's doing. Which is having the last of the scarce shares scooped up. Before you know it there will be no sellers, an then it's "to the moon!"
A couple other entertaining questions. If DVAX is virtually home free on the trial, we little message boarders can't be the only ones that know that, can we? Those big institutions with their bio-PhD analysts aren't completely stupid. So if we're home free, then this is it: DVAX worth today's closing price based on out shoe-in?
And another question, what is the clinical definition of a SINIFICANT ADVERSE EFFECT?
You are the sucker, it is well know DVAX LOVES DOWN DAYS, and that translates to a trap for shorties like yourself.
I'm with you jdoob, whatever you mean. IMO you are this boards financial, intellectual, and spiritual leader for all longs.
More high volume today, buyers are buying in large quantities. Soon there will be almost no scarce shares remaining, and then begins a meteoric SP rise that will spin the shorts puny brains.
one might think that the 1/10 R/S followed by the $50M ATM announcement might be devices used to cheapen the SP in anticipating a sale of the company "on the cheap".
Fortunately I for one (arguably anyway) am neither a cynic nor an idiot.
Only a cynic would be fool enough to think company management would sale a company cheap when they are literally sitting atop a pile of gold.
Further I am convinced there is NO association between performing a R/S and a drop in SP. In fact, I am convinced that on the average SP rises 62% a year after a R/S. ATM offerings fall in the same bin, helpful to SP.
I encourage long and strong OJ, creator and copyright holder of "DVAX LOVES DOWN DAYS" to tune in and inform you how DVAX loving down days will decimate you as a no good short.