One way of looking at it. ADXS has good security on what will be said at the meetings. One of the reasons the SEC gives market makers so much freedom is that they are required to make best efforts to prevent bubbles. It looks like they are defending a $9 max. Of course in an explosion of optimism or a positive news leak, that max could be breached. We'll see.
The same thing might be happening at NEO, with the same $9 max.
In the bill there is money for research into carbon emissions from coal. There are no subsidies.
Maybe we'll see tomorrow how much of that $5MM is in receivables as they claim. If it mostly is, fine. You saw something about liabilities?
Great post. In that presentation they say that reducing pollutants is a must, yet they never mention reductions in their press releases on test results.
There are currently more claims to shares than there are shares. People should be able to see the legal consequences if the company catches on.
All this talk on this board about greedy management and directors. It's almost like fanatic Islamists. From the proxy:
I couldn't get the volume high enough on my speakers to hear clearly. Anyone listen to Dr. Albitar's answer to the question about the prostate program?
I don't have a grip on this. Apparently a WTT board member (Whelan, whose main job is with Echo consulting) has been added to the board of another consulting firm (Edgewater) at the demands of a yet other company (Lone Star). Lone Star is a holding company. Lone Star must have a large position in Edgewater.
Overall, I don't think this affects us at all.
And I think I'm at the beginnings of seeing how it works. Once you rid yourself of supply and demand theory and think of cooperative trading, ideas start to emerge.
They mentioned the 2500 figure in the previous cc. I'm guessing that the test is available to volunteers who are getting the traditional biopsy. I've been told by a urologist that liquid tests are already available commercially but insurance does not cover them (or just one? I don't know) because of too many false negatives.