I don't get it.... Who is How, and how do you know him? Oh, now I see! How is Who!
And how are you, my pitiable, brain-dead ignoramus? Still struggling with that darn dyslexia, are you?
(Ordinarily, I eschew insult posts. But really dumb mistakes are just too easy a target to ignore. And it's so much fun to point out the lack of intelligence in people who write the kind of posts that you do.)
Thanks, tony, for the complete explanation. I did not know about that 10% rule, and I follow your reasoning based on it, and I also appreciate those other interesting observations. I did add a little more to my position this past week in the 3.60-3.80 range. '
Only one thumbs down? Seriously, I thought I would have hit a nerve in a number of fundamentalists, and I don't mean fundamental stock analysts. Maybe only one thumbs down is a good sign for the evolution of intelligence in our species.
Joking aside, tony, I really would have liked a serious answer to the first part of my post. I don't understand what you mean by shorts being "tied" for the rest of the year.
That's a very interesting comment, but could you please explain the critical thinking behind it? Do you mean shorts are "tied" as in a race, or as in "their hands are tied"? And why would XOMA being down 10% today make them "tied" ( whichever meaning you intend)? And why should we "pray" that this event happens? I am an atheist, so I would also like to know why you believe divine intervention will occur if enough believers ask their creator for assistance in this matter.
Thanking you in advance for your logical explanation.
Who said I have losses in my biotech investments? You make incorrect assumptions as well as incorrect sentences. That is not an indication of a smart investor. (Notice I wrote "Who said" and not "Whom said.")
boobie is an apt name since you really don't even understand the basic concepts of English grammar, do you? Who and whoever are the subjective case relative pronouns; whom and whomever are the objective case relative pronouns. So if you are writing a sentence, try to remember that the subject of the sentence will be a pronoun in the subjective case, whoever, not the objective case, whomever. It really isn't brain surgery, but you do have to know how to distinguish the subject from the object, which I realize may be beyond the comprehension of a boobie.
Who knows? Could be bad, could just be some shuffling by large institutions. No doubt we will get a clearer picture next week what 13 million shares trading on Friday meant. Since no news was released after hours on Friday, there's a chance the drop on Friday had nothing to do with company fundamentals. If we do not hear any news pre-market on Monday, all the more reason to take this drop in stride as part of standard trading practices this time of the year and the quarter.
A sensible attitude, and certainly possible. I would be very happy if the market reacts to good news by the end of March. But my suspicious nature expects a few more quarters of hard data to indicate a successful revenue stream before Wall Street pays much attention.
You took the words right out of my mouth, or fingers, as the case may be. The company has had a lot of ill will to overcome, and that takes time and "proof of life." In the past six months, we have seen those vital signs getting stronger. The patient is not out of the woods yet, but the prognosis is getting better, so I'm hoping to see a full recovery in 2015. The Moffitt connection is a high positive, and I am watching for partnerships and approvals you mentioned. GLTA who have continued to do their due diligence and held shares because the company's future continues on a positive path.
Looks great to me, too. Johns Hopkins is not just the well-known medical university from past decades, it has become a premier part of the health delivery industry. I cannot think of a better name for CGEN to be working with!
Talk about redundancy! Your post should be titled Top 4 reasons. Numbers 3 through 6 are the same; numbers 6 (the second six) through 9 are the same; number ten makes no sense on the list at all.
Oh wait, that's right. All you bashers do is repeat yourselves anyway, so this post is no different from any of your others: Sell short, bash, repeat.
Yes, it's a day the whole market is in turmoil; the kind of external noise that technical analysis really cannot be held responsible.
And thanks, cgq, for the news about the biotech index. That's a positive sign, indeed.
According to Fidelity chart, three key technical indicators turned short and intermediate term bullish on Friday, 12/12/14. I suppose while we wait for fundamental news, it's a positive sign.