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Opexa Therapeutics, Inc. (OPXA) Message Board

dilution_solution_provider 127 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 11, 2014 9:30 AM Member since: Mar 1, 2013
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  • dilution_solution_provider dilution_solution_provider Jul 11, 2014 9:30 AM Flag

    Good morning, victims!

    I just thought I'd stop by and reiterate my "Strong Sell" rating on this failed entity.

    Hope all of you enjoy today's continued losses!

  • dilution_solution_provider by dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 11:01 AM Flag

    I've just downgraded GTXI to "Strong Sell," with a price target of 75 cents.

    My previous rating was simply "Sell" - with a price target of $1.00 - but in light of the company recently announcing a $150 MILLION financing scheme I really had no choice but to issue a "Strong Sell" rating.

    Price target: 75 cents.

  • dilution_solution_provider by dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 10:51 AM Flag

    Yahoo's OPXA chart clearly tells a nasty story, doesn't it?

    I wonder when the next RedChip "story" is going to be released...

  • dilution_solution_provider by dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 10:35 AM Flag

    And when GTXI falls below a dollar, I'll still be "wrong."

    And when GTXI initiates its already announced, massively dilutive financing scheme, I'll still be "wrong."

    And when GTXI announces a reverse split, I'll still be "wrong."

    You know the only thing that *might* save you apologist pumper victim longs is an unprecedented, highly positive press release from the GTXI brain trust.

    You realize this, don't you? That GTXI management is the ONLY thing that has the ability to save you?

    And yet, throughout this entire debacle, GTXI management has done NOTHING positive in support of the stock price. Rather, the company has instead announced the departure of the founder and CEO; the departure of the Chief Science Office; and a $150 MILLION financing scheme.

    And all this happened *after* GTXI tanked from $7.00 a share, and in turn traded pennies above its ALL-TIME low.

    What a GREAT stock to invest in! It all makes PERFECT sense!

  • Reply to

    The Lone Basher

    by little_stinky_minion_of_dilution Jul 2, 2014 9:03 AM
    dilution_solution_provider dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 10:21 AM Flag

    Yes, my "bashing" proves my "desperation" as GTXI falls lower, and lower, and lower.

    Makes perfect sense, for those of you living on Planet GTXI...

  • dilution_solution_provider by dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 10:15 AM Flag

    And if so, isn't this what questionable penny stock companies often do?

    Hire a stock promotion firm to pump their stock in lieu of providing positive trial results, bringing an actual drug to market; etc?

    Seems rather sketchy to me. Anyone have any insight on the OPXA / RedChip relationship?

  • dilution_solution_provider dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 9:50 AM Flag

    And when GTXI falls below a buck, you'll still be asleep.

    At some point, however, you'll wake up and find the money you "invested" in this failed stock has gone bye-bye.

    How is it you apologist victim longs are so right about GTXI, and yet you're all losing money?

    It's quite the mystery, isn;t it?

  • dilution_solution_provider by dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 9:46 AM Flag

    He'll be fine, okay?

    Try not to lose any sleep over it.

  • Reply to

    The Lone Basher

    by little_stinky_minion_of_dilution Jul 2, 2014 9:03 AM
    dilution_solution_provider dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 9:44 AM Flag

    Which is exactly what you just did, victim.

    And where's the $1.40 to $2.20s you were touting two weeks ago?

    You apologist pumper victim longs NEVER get it right.

    Never.

  • dilution_solution_provider dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 9:30 AM Flag

    Oh, the Humanity!

    Remember, though: GTXI has never been about making money.

    Rather, GTXI has always been about "the science."

    Well, this and "the patients." Because the GTXI brain trust cares...

  • Reply to

    Hey dilution... take a break

    by texastea666 Jul 8, 2014 1:07 PM
    dilution_solution_provider dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 9:21 AM Flag

    You're a clown.

    Me pointing out the clear failure that is GTXI obviously bothers you as I'm "bashing," and yet you're constantly on the NEWL board bashing a stock trading at 10 cents?

    "LOL" on that for a while, hypocrite.

  • dilution_solution_provider by dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 9:10 AM Flag

    Too bad none of you apologist pumper victim longs knew it was coming.

    If only someone had told you. Gosh darn it!

    No worries, though, as Pitt Hyde owns a LOT of shares, and they are millionaires. So they must know something, right?

    Unlike the bashers who are working for the naked off-shore hedge funds that are manipulating GTXI.

    Oh, but they are going to suffer when the massive short squeeze hits, aren't they?

    Should be any day now, so keep on buying these "cheap" shares, okay? KEEP BUYING!

  • dilution_solution_provider by dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 9:01 AM Flag

    Anyone know?

    And is it coming before or after the next reverse split?

    OPXA has lost NINETY-NINE percent of its value since going public ten years ago.

    That's quite an accomplishment, isn't it? Turning every dollar "invested" in OPXA into a penny.

    Not a lot of "companies" can make this claim! And to think, back in 2004, "management" was selling "investors" on "the pipeline" and "the future."

    Just like they are today. Except unlike ten years ago, "management" is looking for a new breed of "investor."

    But this is because the initial group lost all but ONE PENNY of the money they sunk into this failed entity.

    So step right up and invest in "the pipeline" and "the future." It's so much better now...

  • Reply to

    Hey dilution... take a break

    by texastea666 Jul 8, 2014 1:07 PM
    dilution_solution_provider dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 8:45 AM Flag

    Yeah, that was such a "good one," wasn't it? So clever!

    But just "LOL?" Why not a "LMFAO," or a "ROTFLMAO?"

    GTXI is the perfect stock for you acronym-loving, 140 characters or less victims.

    It's a joy knowing you're all here, "investing." Don't run off anytime soon, okay?

  • dilution_solution_provider dilution_solution_provider Jul 10, 2014 8:24 AM Flag

    GTXI is going to fall; and in a BIG way.

    If this failed entity has been unable to rise during this years-long massive rally, what exactly do you think is going to happen when the market corrects, huh?

    And where exactly have the GTXI failures-in-charge been? Answer: MIA. And this is because they have absolutely ZERO clue on how to provide a return on investment to shareholders. None. Instead, they plan to MASSIVELY dilute shareholders, and at the very WORST time; that being, when this failed stock is trading pennies above its ALL-TIME low.

    No worries for them, however, as "raising money" for "general administrative costs" means they will continue to be paid for a long, LONG time. And regardless of the stock price.

    So keep your collective heads in the sand, apologist pumper victim longs!

    And keep hitting the "thumbs down" button, victims, as doing so puts your remarkably low IQs on display.

  • dilution_solution_provider by dilution_solution_provider Jul 8, 2014 4:15 PM Flag

    ... and the best the failures-in-charge have done for shareholders is GTXI trading a mere nickel above its ALL-TIME low.

    And rather odd how silent the GTXI brain trust has been these past few months, isn't it? What with the stock dropping week after week after week...

    No need to worry, though, right? I'm sure they are all super busy focusing on "the future" and "the pipeline."

    You. Were. Warned.

  • dilution_solution_provider dilution_solution_provider Jul 8, 2014 1:06 PM Flag

    Seems Pitt Hyde was wrong.

    As were the apologist victim long pumpers.

    It feels good losing money just like the millionaires/billionaires, doesn't it?

  • dilution_solution_provider by dilution_solution_provider Jul 8, 2014 12:55 PM Flag

    GTXI apologist pumper victim longs, the end is now upon you.

    You were warned for MANY months about GTXI's coming crash. So you had MORE than enough time to sell.

    For those of you who didn't listen - and instead posted your ridiculous, self-serving pump posts - you are about to witness the end of GTXI.

    GTXI is soon going to crash well below a dollar a share. And the failures-in-charge are going to have nothing to offer you in response. Absolutely nothing.

    They will, however, continue to get paid. So don't worry for them, okay?

  • Reply to

    any good tech / chartists out there?

    by fins_2012 Jul 3, 2014 11:28 AM
    dilution_solution_provider dilution_solution_provider Jul 8, 2014 10:14 AM Flag

    And if GTXI was trading at $5.00 right now, you'd be here telling me it's a good thing you bought 20,000 @ $1.40 and 10,000 @ $1.46 last week.

    Bye!

  • dilution_solution_provider by dilution_solution_provider Jul 8, 2014 10:09 AM Flag

    I have been here for MONTHS warning everyone that this stock is toxic, and the people ostensibly in charge have FAILED.

    Others have been here both touting GTXI and bashing me.

    Since I've been here, however, GTXI has fallen lower, and lower, and lower. Just as I predicted it would.

    And yet, the GTXI apologist pumper victim longs - who have been COMPLETELY WRONG - remain "the good guys." And I remain the bad guy. For saving people money.

    Have I got this right, apologist pumper victim longs?

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