I'm done with this board. In the 14 years I've been watching/posting here this is the worst it's ever been. The fing morons outnumber the informative poster 50-1 and the birdbrains at Yahoo delete the posts of anyone with a legitimate contribution and let stand the posts of these idiots. I still will keep this stock that I've hated for lo these many years until the current scenario plays out one way or the other. Adios.
I didn't see it on March 31 Tom but they don't just get invited at the last minute to these conferences. By the looks of the SP it wouldn't matter either. Day after day after day! I hate this stock!
Why is it you omit the plain fact that throughout the trial these patients in both arms continued to receive "standard of care" and that's, in all probability, where the culture negative for the 3 placebo arm patients came from?
I hate this stock. I've hated it since @2000. I wish this company would drop off the edge of the earth. And still I hold these lousy shares hoping against all hope that I will someday realize the gains for which I bought them oh these many years ago. Now which one of us is crazy?
Just so you know, I hate this stock. I've hated this POS since @2000. I wish this company would disappear from the face of the earth! And yet in my delerious mind I keep holding it thinking at last I will realize the gains for which I invested in the first place. Now you tell me which one of us is crazy.
Notice he isn't here for weeks, even after the CC, then posts to add doubt about the results and doesn't answer with his opinion of the culture conversions or probably won't answer your question about the regulatory challenges.
Nothing to say Robert? You come here after not posting for some time and don't have an opinion on the relevance of the culture conversions?
So Robert, do you have an opinion concerning the conversions to negative. Do they have the effect that Lewis and Gupta have stated? Is it really the Holy Grail?
The six minute walk test was the result of letting Moxley design their trial instead of doing it themselves. I lost so much money on paper that day in about two minutes that I could have bought Tiger Wood's yacht for him.
Far be it from me to be able to understand the ins and outs of trading. That's why I don't do it. I agree with what you say but that doesn't mean I know what's going on.
Amen brother. Weve seen brutal, and this ain't it when it comes to INSM. I think the news of Gupta leaving and lack of buying volume provides a perfect scenario for shorts to cover.