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desert_dweller93 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 10, 2014 10:19 PM Member since: Aug 30, 2009
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    TKMR raising $60 million

    by hwsimpsonshero Mar 10, 2014 4:34 PM
    desert_dweller93 desert_dweller93 Mar 10, 2014 10:19 PM Flag

    I bet it will be priced at where it closed ($29.74)just like with ARWR a few weeks back. As everyone knows, normally these things are priced at a discount but with the white hot RNA market we are in, I wouldn't be surprised if it went off at a premium, although that is a long shot. I would be surprised if it went off at anything less than today's close since ARWR just did a secondary a few weeks ago and they priced it at the closing price the day before. Just a few more hours to see where she prices but there is no way I would be selling in the pre market tomorrow but if you wanted to buy, it might be a good time since some sold in AH today at less than the closing priced due to the offering announcement. I predict a nice pop tomorrow just like ARWR did when they announced they didn't have to sell at a discount. GLTA.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    Getting very impatient and annoyed

    by bricksnotbutterflies Jan 8, 2014 1:49 PM
    desert_dweller93 desert_dweller93 Jan 9, 2014 8:07 PM Flag

    b14, the fact they haven't issued a pr is not surprising to me only because as I posted over on the Google board, I spoke with Mike Gray last month and he told me they had no intention of issuing a press release upon the filing with the FDA. I told him how wrong I thought that was and he said he would pass it along but the earliest we would probably find out is possibly next week. He said they may be making some presentations surrounding the JP Morgan conference (but not at the conference) beginning on the 13th and they would probably be updating the slide deck which would contain updated status on 427, that is if they actually file by then. I have no idea if they filed or not and I am very ticked off they decided to keep this very material news to themselves. Please contact management and express your dissatisfaction.

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    SGEN releases latest SGN-CD19A trial results

    by redhot47fla Dec 7, 2013 10:09 AM
    desert_dweller93 desert_dweller93 Dec 8, 2013 10:21 AM Flag

    maui and atpl, thanks for the information. Definitely looking forward to more information and wondering what will happen when the market opens, not that it really matters because my shares are held long term and I have no intention of selling anytime soon. This seems like it still has much more room to run. GLTA.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    SGEN releases latest SGN-CD19A trial results

    by redhot47fla Dec 7, 2013 10:09 AM
    desert_dweller93 desert_dweller93 Dec 7, 2013 10:16 PM Flag

    Silly question. Was this already known before today? I never got a chance to look at the ASH abstracts for SGEN so I don't know if this was already known and I am trying to figure out what impact if any today's news might have on trading on Monday. It sounds like very good, although early, results that will help show why we are not just Adcentris and we have a pipeline that could make SGEN stock price much higher in the months and years to come. GLTA hopefully today's PR was something new and we can get a nice pop on Monday.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • desert_dweller93 desert_dweller93 Nov 26, 2013 9:51 PM Flag

    I just went through the form 4's for Alex for the year and he has been busy buying all year which is pretty unusual for a small company like REFR. Normally the insiders seem to treat the company shares as their own little ATM taking shares whenever they want without ever buying any on the open market. It seems as though feels very good about the company's prospects. GLTA

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Today there was a form 4 filing showing Alexander Kaganowicz, director, purchased shares today at $7.30 to add to his previous holdings which now total over 130,000 shares. Granted it was only 2,000 shares (even I bought more in the past week) but it is still a very bullish sign considering this was an open market purchase. Insiders only buy stock for one reason, because they fell it is undervalued and expect it to go up. They sell for a variety of reasons, most of which have nothing to do with the prospects of the company IMO.

    Spoke with Greg Sottile, director of market development for REFR, today. Had a very nice conversation and left the call feeling even better about my investment. GLTA

    Sentiment: Buy

  • desert_dweller93 desert_dweller93 Nov 24, 2013 6:25 PM Flag

    ND, I no longer have any OLED and have only owned it a couple of times for relatively short time periods. Same friend who likes REFR also likes OLED but I just don't have the same enthusiasm for it at these prices. Don't like all the patent issues it might have like the recent EU decision. Are there more decisions like that to come? I definitely should have held my first shares bought years ago in single digits (also sold in single digits) so I made a very bad investment move on that one. For the most part, right now I am more into biotech these days but I finally took a decent sized position (for me) in REFR and need to do more dd. I like the recent move but am concerned about its staying power at these levels unless we get some news. I normally take a very long term approach to investing and don't mind waiting it out as long as I think there is long term potential.

    I like the risk/reward with REFR much better than OLED as long as it can turn the corner and start to generate meaningful revenue. I haven't been able to find anything about the relative cost compared to non SPD glass and thought someone here might be able to point me in the right direction. I guess I should just contact the company as you suggested and I will keep digging. glta

    Sentiment: Buy

  • I have followed REFR for years due to a friend's recommendation and purchased a few shares a year ago and purchased a bunch more fairly recently, avg cost/share just under $5. To me it seems as if it could be on the verge of really breaking out as far as its financial performance is concerned if a few good things happen to it. It is such a very small company with only about a dozen employees so it won't take much revenue to start to show significant earnings. While this is my first post on this board, I have watched it occasionally for a long time.

    My biggest questions revolve around how much does incorporating REFR's technology add to the cost of glass? The reason I ask is because I would think if this could get into a significant portion of construction such as houses, office buildings etc, it would create huge opportunities. I know living in the desert where the heat of the sun in the summer is very intense, I would love to have REFR's technology in every window of my house and I am wondering why it isn't commonplace?

    Does anyone know how much it adds to the cost of the cars? If we are getting between $100-150 for each car it is incorporated into, does that mean it is adding at least $1,000 to the cost of the standard sunroof? That seems very steep to me and could be the limiting factor for mass market adoption. Would there be significant economies of scale derived from mass market adoption if it was incorporated into all/most of the cars or is this technology just that costly to produce?

    Thanks and good luck to all.

    Sentiment: Buy

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