all good. I'm up about 300% on INO, debating what to do....as I have not been investing long enough to go through a bear market. However, I got in at .54 and I have a cushion, lots of events and data coming in next few months....its a tough one. Another high profile partnership and it would seal the deal as far as momentum. Huge potential though.....on a side not, I hopped over the the PCYC board last week for fun, and theres a bunch of PCYC longs talking about INO'S potential and that it might be the next PCYC etc....that was encouraging.
As for MDGN, I am fully confident in them....I added today, little higher but oh well....low float, great team, good financials, huge potential market. AND a great close today....ACCUMULATION!
I hear ya, but your post is more linked to Halo. baker bros doubled stake, insider buying and lots of catalysts. Halo might end up being bought out or will go much higher
" Yes INO have done a deal BUT their data is looking shaky now. " not the case!
I own both, both have huge potential....the high float is the only issue I have with INO
What are you talking about?
for the timmid
We all brake our own rules once in a while, INO is one of them....and it has worked out, like I said its the platform-science that has big potential. As for MDGN, given the new team and technology and the rapid rise in pps in the last few weeks....do you really think that a major fund isn't establishing a position right now. I'm not a prophet...but INO will get tossed around back and forth until theres another partnership announced, then ppl will listen, it will be volatile. As for MDGN, do you really think that the new team would have come on board because its a sinking ship or things are going bad...no. I dont know the details, however, I've learned to invest in the ppl behind the company....and those guys are proven winners, its gonna be fun to watch. I'm 31 right now, its taken me a year to develop my own system of filtering, technology, services and alerts....I have no doubt that by the time I'm 40, I will be a Millionaire. The clues are right in front of you on a daily basis...put in the work and piece it together. I spend about 12h a day working online with my own funds. I live in Canada, my investments are in registered accounts ( tax free ) therefor I can not short. And they are all in U.S dollars and U.S. equities....so when I am 40 and beyond, not only will I be a Millionaire, but my funds will be tax free and I should get a nice 20% premium as well when the Loonie settles around .80c
This weekend is the most time I've spent on a mb, I've had enough. good luck
According to SA, wow you are a fool....I regret trying to even help you, and glad I didnt give you too much info. I got INO at .54, up 300% the only issue I have with INO is there is too many shares....that's it. If you do some of your own DD, not from SA scam or mb's.....you would notice that INO was basically merged in 2009 with VGX, Dr kim and new management all came in ,they kept the name " Inovio " because they were a public company. Their current partners are Roche, Merck, U.S. Military, NIAID, PATH, National Cancer Institute, etc short all you want, you are only quoting what you have read on SA and the street. shocking, and a valuable lesson learned for myself....your name says it all
Optimum Variation, care to explain by definition or process of projecting? I've googled it but nothing significant or clear, thanks in advance
true, however they both have broad platforms, billion dollar opportunities. In the case of INO, Dr Kim is the biggest shareholder, and hes constantly been buying stock, and partnerships. As for MDGN, look at the low float and new management they just brought in, I did some reading up on the their team....pretty impressive. But to your point, they are exceptions to what I normally follow-buy. As for best hedge fund in last decade ( its not in Biotech at all ) technology-services
" Give a man a fish and he'll eat for a day, teach a man to fish and he'll eat for life ". given that its a public mb I can only say so much. The big funds I follow are limited to 5-6 ( therefore simple ). 5 are biotech and the other is probably the best performing hedge fund in the last decade ( big clue ). as for biotech, who are the current winners....who owns big stakes in the winners etc. Ive given you plenty of info. As for when to bet big, follow the money. Ive had some crazy good-bad luck with timing, LYG at 1.40, WFR at 1.50, GRPN at 3.70, SPWR at 4.20, all to sell way to early for lack of experience, knowledge and patience. 5 months ago I quit my job, started reading books and charts, and now i finally feel confident and comfortable....most importantly, PATIENCE. long HALO, INO, MDGN. good luck
Fellas we're on the exact same page. I follow 5 certain healthcare- biotech funds. Baker's in particular. watch for data, news and insider buying and jump in. The biggest thing I've learned recently is to bet big when I'm right....that's why I find Eduardo's style interesting, although lag-git.
your a fool, Steve has been here long before you. and you are pretty pathetic, regardless of your agenda-motivation
HALO, INO and MDGN is what I currently own and believe of the 3 of them...at least 1 of them will make it to $50 within 2 years. hopefully more