Looks like the premarket pop extended into regular trading. Most retail traders have the capability of participating in pre and post market trading, so I really don't know what you are talking about. You have to stop trading with Miracle Brokers. I think their slogan is if we successfully complete a trade, any trade, it is a miracle.
Really looks like a great buying opportunity. The overall trend for quite some time has been extremely positive, so trying to turn this into a big deal appears rather naive.
I believe it is really only the radical right of the Republican party that thinks this way. The problem is that the tea party segment is the group that turns out in the primaries. Until mainstream Republicans get a backbone, and speak up for what they truly believe, the tea party types will do great damage to any Republican nominee.
Whip, the vast medical/scientific community agrees that sexual orientation is not a choice. Most Americans accept this, but old timers like you just can't give up your preconceived ignorance on the subject. Hey, like I said, Republicans will most likely taking a beat in the next presidential election because of its tea party type views on social issues which the vast majority of Americans now reject. Have a great day. I have places to go and things to do.
If conservative Christians who run business don't want to have to serve gays and lesbians because they don't approve of their life-style, how come they have no problem serving divorced people, people who are engaging in pre-marital sex, etc., All these activities are condemned in the Bible. As Christ said, he who is without sin should cast the first stone.
Whip, God created gays and lesbians. It is not a choice, it is the way they were born. Could you make yourself be attracted to a male? I couldn't. If God created these people with an inherent sexual disorder, what does that say about God? How many gays and lesbians does God have to create before we learn to accept them?
Doesn't look like RGDX is doing anything but keeping its nose above water. If a buyout is coming, it is probably going to be more like a fire sale. Management will probably prosper, but I expect longs will take a beating unless they just bought the dip. IMHO. Good luck.
Fraz, I see Duke made the headlines this A.M. I don't think the news will trouble you as you have posted a lot of hateful nonsense on this board toward just about every minority group there is. However, all the bias and racist sentiment that is raising its ugly head across the nation will only serve to inspire women and minorities to turn out for the next presidential election. The Indiana controversy showed just how mainstream America's views are changing when it comes to discrimination. With tea party types like you controlling the Republican primaries, the eventual Republican nominee will probably have to position himself too far to the right to win a national election.
Hey, we all guess wrong sometimes. But in Frank's case, he wants us to believe that he is always right and ends up making money. I don't really keep track of Frank's buys, but I expect he took a beating on RGDX. He likes to keep buying on the way down to reduce his cost avg., but in this case that strategy probably proved very costly. Hey, according to Frank, he can well afford it.
They said the results were basically astounding. That tells me that this trial may be more successful than many of the other trials they are conducting. It still sounds like there is no silver bullet when it comes to treating aggressive brain cancer. A friend of mine was treated at MD Anderson for aggressive brain cancer, and he died within 7 months. He had surgery and state of art treatment, but he still passed very quickly.
You have to wonder why it took shorts so long to try to stop the bleeding.
That's why I wrote,"...when combined with traditional treatments." The Duke press release said the tetanus shot supercharged the immune system, which better enabled the medications and the patient's own immune system to fight the cancer. By itself, the tetanus shot is good for preventing tetanus not brain cancer. However, the Duke researchers thought outside the box and apparently have found a cheap, readily available tool that may prove highly effective in helping patients survive brain cancer.
Nice summary. Thanks. I find their treatment to prevent cardiac remodeling after a heart attack to be very interesting. If they can get this approved, it will revolutionize the way doctors treat people who have survived heart attacks. I imagine that most large pharmas would pay a nice price for BLRX if they think they are really on to something. Good luck!
give OPK a nice pop this Monday. With presentations being made late today and tomorrow, Monday's newswires should report updated info. that should be very positive. IMHO.
I would imagine that they will report how using a simple tetanus shot to treat brain cancer patients helps super energize the patient's immune system when combined with traditional treatments. Amazing how such a cheap and available treatment could revolutionize how we treat people with brain cancer.
Kansas Rep. Tim Huelskamp admitted he has signed up with ObamaCare even though he has repeatedly condemned the Affordable Healthcare Plan. He is not mandated by law to participate, and he could have bought his insurance on the open market, but he just couldn't pass up the government subsidy. So much for principles. A few dollars evidently is all it take to get these tea party types to quietly participate in a plan they constantly condemn.