Let's see what, if anything, GTXI has in store tomorrow for the apologist victim pumper longs.
Quite the "research firm," aren't they?
For example, check out LLEN - RedChip did some stellar work there, didn't they?
And now RedChip is touting OPXA.
Anyone here care to guess when OPXA is going to crash?
Your pumping has consistently FAILED.
Just like this stock - always FAILING.
Keep buying, victim!
Only two more pennies, and a new ALL-TIME low!
Over a DECADE as a publicly traded company, and this is the best the GTXI brain trust can do?
A stock trading a mere PENNY above its ALL-TIME low?
Hey, where'd all the GTXI apologist pumper victim longs go?
Oh, so "RedChip" is providing a "research report" today on OPXA, huh?
Anyone here interested in RedChip? Do a search, and read all about RedChip's various stock recommendations and see how these picks eventually turned out.
Again, is OPXA paying RedChip to tour OPXA?
The failures-in-charge have been way too quiet, haven't they?
When the bad news hits, rest assured the GTXI brain trust will be "disappointed."
But not to the extent that they still won't want to be paid.
Nope, the paychecks WILL keep coming! Which is why "management" will ALWAYS remember to thank shareholders for their continued "support."
The losses keep piling up for you victims, while the CEO keeps getting paid.
Management thanks you for your continued "support!"
Not anytime soon, in my opinion, seeing as the longer the charade is in place the longer the failures-in-charge will continue to be paid.
GTXI has a LONG ways to fall. And then there will likely be a reverse split, followed by a highly dilutive financing.
The failures-in-charge will tout "the pipeline" and "the future" when then dilutive financing is announced, but what they will really be focused on in the prospectus is this handy phrase:
"... and general administrative purposes."
Do you GTXI apologist victim pumper longs know what this means? It means SALARIES! Which is what the failures-in-charge at GTXI want to keep seeing - their salaries.
It's totally laughable that this "company" still has a market cap of $100 million. $100 million? Hahaha!
And this is because GTXI crashed in July 2013 (following yet ANOTHER disappointment), and since this time the stock has FAILED to recover,
For five years - from 2004 into 2009 - GTXI traded no lower than $7.75.
Then in late 2009 the failures-in-charge at GTXI failed, and GTXI dropped from over $12 to under $4.00.
And for the next FOUR YEARS, GTXI generally traded well below $5.00. Yes, there were short periods when GTXI traded above $5.00, but most of the time GTXI traded well below $5.00.
Then came July of last year, when the failures-in-charge once again FAILED, resulting in yet ANOTHER plunge in the PPS. GTXI has since commonly traded well below $2.00 a share for the past year.
From years and years of no lower than $7.75, to occasionally above $5.00, and now rarely above $2.00.
This is the "shareholder value" the failures-in-charge at GTXI are compensated for. Week in and week out - for years and years and years - they have kept getting paid.
Years and years and years in "business," and yet the *very best* the failures-in-charge can do is a stock trading less than a dime off its ALL-TIME low.
And for this, the failures-in-charge have been - and continue to be - paid.
For those of you here who are both employed and GTXI apologist victim pumper longs, next time you're at work do NOTHING productive.
Just sit around chatting, or surf the Internet, or even purposely do something that costs your employer money.
Now do this every day, and see how long you continue to get paid. Will you last a couple of days? A week, maybe?
Well, the failures-in-charge at GTXI have been doing NOTHING productive for shareholders for days after weeks after months after years, and for this they have been PAID.
Great deal for them; not so much so for shareholders.
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!
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.
Yahoo's OPXA chart clearly tells a nasty story, doesn't it?
I wonder when the next RedChip "story" is going to be released...
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!
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...
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?
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?