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df2830 340 posts  |  Last Activity: May 17, 2016 3:32 PM Member since: Feb 6, 2002
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    I'd like to buy more....but

    by tracy.montierth May 17, 2016 9:42 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 17, 2016 3:32 PM Flag

    Good thing too, a blind market order, buy or sell, could be a disaster with volume this light!

  • Reply to

    I'd like to buy more....but

    by tracy.montierth May 17, 2016 9:42 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 17, 2016 10:38 AM Flag

    I'm in Canada, I use BMO. They give a warning re listing status before you pull the switch, but they do allow it in a cash account. Not sure if they would allow in a margin or RSP account. Basically, it's a 'buyer beware' warning.

  • Reply to

    I'd like to buy more....but

    by tracy.montierth May 17, 2016 9:42 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 17, 2016 10:03 AM Flag

    And that is the reason they should have done whatever it took to keep IVOB from slipping into "No Information" status. Your experience is what anyone newly interested in IVOB will find, and most will walk away at that point. No way we'd be in the $0.30s again if they had remained current. I don't know the game that well, what it might have taken to keep current, and I know they are trying, I do. I am a big fan of the tech as are we all, but they took an unnecessary step backwards where SHs are concerned.

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    Going fast

    by simba2bili May 13, 2016 6:15 PM
    df2830 df2830 May 17, 2016 9:28 AM Flag

    There seemed to be a flood out of the gate, but it has slowed to a crawl. There were 66 spots remaining on Saturday, 3 days ago, that was the last I checked, so at this latest 'pace', it will take months to fill. Needs a catalyst, not sure what that would be right now. It feels an awful lot like it is being walked down last two weeks or so. Successfully, unfortunately. I might buy more down here, haven't decided yet.

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    Depth of ask only shows one block at $.42

    by feoli2003 May 16, 2016 10:06 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 16, 2016 4:15 PM Flag

    You're right, they did say that. To be honest, I'd rather see more clinics coming on board before financials are released, simply because financials can't be other than what they are - and we know most of that - they have no money, and they are going to need to raise money. With more clinics on board, that fact won't seem too daunting or grim because the future is just getting started, and it'll make raising money easier. More clinics!

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    Depth of ask only shows one block at $.42

    by feoli2003 May 16, 2016 10:06 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 16, 2016 3:33 PM Flag

    Thanks feoli203, but where did you get this info? "eventual release of financials within the next 32 trading sessions". Did I miss something?

  • In a deal that will give the drug giant access to Anacor’s experimental gel for treating eczema.

    Might explain today's surge in price.

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    Lousy day, somebody(s) has lost patience and sold

    by df2830 May 13, 2016 2:44 PM
    df2830 df2830 May 13, 2016 4:14 PM Flag

    Forming a strong base north of $0.45 would have been fine until more supportive news came along. Nothing's changed really, so I'm hanging in. Sub $0.40, again, might discourage some SHs and cause them to throw in the towel, further crumbling SP, that's my concern with this. Also disappointed that IVOB's status was allowed to deteriorate back to "no information" on the pinks. A little energy should have been focused in that direction in order to prevent that IMO. #$%$, there it goes again!

  • Seems an odd time to lose patience, but there it is. All gains since VCRM announcement lost.

  • Lifted from shorthound's post in a thread below. It deserves its very own thread! Tiny little pieces coming together

    Looks like they got busy updating their website, looks great. Added a page for INVOcell and provides a nice summary and explanation of the procedure.

    vcrmed
    other-services
    invocell-a-cheaper-alternative-to-ivf

  • Reply to

    If you want shares just buy at the ask

    by feoli2003 May 11, 2016 9:51 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 11, 2016 11:19 AM Flag

    If you can see the ask, that's fine, you bid to match it, but you can't expect people, most of whom cannot see the ask (pinks) to put in a market bid and hope that the ask isn't too far off. But maybe we're talking different scenarios, my apologies if so. In any case, nobody is likely getting shares today without bidding high $0.40s. At least I hope so. But, we'll see.

  • Do your own dd. GL. MGW.V is the Venture exchange in Canada, not sure about the logistics of that for US buyers, but I'm sure there's a way. IVOB is OTC Pinks, so again, do your own dd, buyer beware, but I like them both risk/reward wise. This is not for your blue chip portfolio, but sometimes, you gotta take a risk. I'm ready to lose that money, but I'm sufficiently confident that I won't.

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    If you want shares just buy at the ask

    by feoli2003 May 11, 2016 9:51 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 11, 2016 10:55 AM Flag

    That's not how the game is played, especially when most people have no idea what the ask is, they would be putting in a blind bid at the ask, which could be catastrophic. These are still the pinks, so buyer beware or at least buy carefully. That's how I bought, carefully. No way I would put in a bid at the ask.

  • Maybe a nice day ahead. Brick by brick, this industry is taking shape. Looks like this company will be a part of it. In not so many years, Marijuana will be challenging alcohol for largest market share, and a good thing too. I've never even heard of a weed fueled bar fight or murder, or multi-fatality crashes on a daily basis due to marijuana. Alcohol? Those things are as common as night and day. Personally, I wouldn't my kids touching it, but I can't control their lives forever, and given the hypothetical choice, I would prefer they experiment with weed over alcohol and of course, any other drug or tobacco. Medicinally, it has real value, just a shame it's taken so long for establishment medicine to come around.

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    News Out

    by enemyofego May 11, 2016 8:28 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 11, 2016 9:21 AM Flag

    Nice exposure! If that funding campaign goes well, look out! GL folks! Looks like a good day ahead. Another brick in the wall, so to speak, but in a good way, not the cynical but brilliant, Pink Floyd way. Now I'm rambling. I do that when I'm giddy :-).

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    No Information?

    by quidproquo356 May 10, 2016 10:35 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 10, 2016 12:05 PM Flag

    I do agree. Not thrilled with this 'demotion' either. Don't see why it wasn't avoided.

  • Reply to

    No Information?

    by quidproquo356 May 10, 2016 10:35 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 10, 2016 11:11 AM Flag

    See shorthound's comment on the subject a few messages down

  • Reply to

    New device?

    by desi_motor May 6, 2016 8:51 PM
    df2830 df2830 May 9, 2016 3:09 PM Flag

    I don't mean to be crude or offensive in any way, but lesbian couples trying to start a family have been using a 'home remedy' of this nature for decades, all they need is a male donor, usually a friend. It works and it's safe, but only if there aren't any other issues getting in the way. If a woman could get pregnant in the time honoured tradition, she could get pregnant this way just as easily (but not more easily). If the biological mother and father (donor) are both 'healthy' where fertility is concerned, this works. If there is an issue with either biological participant, this is of little or no use IMO. If anybody is thinking this will steal any of INVO's thunder as a cheaper, more intimate but just as effective alternative to traditional IVF, I would strongly disagree. Patience people, patience. Lots of it I'm afraid.

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    Holding up better than expected

    by df2830 May 5, 2016 10:23 AM
    df2830 df2830 May 9, 2016 10:19 AM Flag

    The hate-on campaign against Donald Trump is full bore, with almost none of the GOP establishment supporting him and many coming out vociferously against him, some openly proclaiming their support for witch Clinton. As noted, this has ended, for now, the PM surge. As Sanders signals more and more that he will concede at some point, and more importantly, that he will put his support behind Clinton when the time comes, $USD will gain and PMs lose. Trump is every bit the fool and clown his detractors proclaim him to be. The problem the establishment has is that America, despite their best efforts, is still a democracy, and in the end, one person, one vote actually counts. Trump is a clown, true, but Clinton is odious, hateful. That will become clear as the campaign heats up. It will also become clear that Sanders supporters, for the most part, will not be supporting her, many will just stay home, and many will vote Trump for reasons already explained. As those facts start to manifest in the polls, $USD will start reversing again in a much bigger way than what we have already seen. The safe play IMO is to wait this out until polls begin to hint that a Trump trainwreck is not a sure thing, then begin to nibble at PMs or related ETF or stock. As Trump starts gaining ground, buy more PMs and related. Shorting PMs right now is probably a safe bet, I suspect DUST will do well for a few weeks at least. And please, if you don't like what I have to say, just put me on ignore. It's easy. I won't respond to idiots, most of whom are on ignore anyway. New idiots will likewise get no response and sent to ignore. Life's too short. Disagree coherently and intelligently, no problem. Rude and childish, don't bother.

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    A little more buying at the ask would not hurt!

    by feoli2003 May 6, 2016 3:47 PM
    df2830 df2830 May 6, 2016 4:18 PM Flag

    That just isn't how it works. DC clinic announcement peaked curiosity and interest, and now it's starting to abate a tad as the announcement gets smaller in the rear view. But that next announcement might be just around the corner, and $0.50s will be quickly gobbled up, or entirely skipped over. IVOB will involve serious patience I'm afraid. But I'm fairly confident it'll be worth it. That said, there are never any guarantees. It's a great idea, proven and effective, the better option for a whole host of reasons, not least of which is expense, followed closely by its more intimate, less clinical nature. But not a sure thing, but nothing is, excepting death and taxes as they say.

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