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dusa1957 65 posts  |  Last Activity: 5 hours ago Member since: Sep 2, 2011
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    What do we want? Justice!

    by andre_y_mb Dec 20, 2014 9:40 PM

    Most "crimers" are just someone who refuses to stop on a traffic violation. Usually they run because they have some other outstanding warrant, or maybe they are carrying drugs in their vehicle. They can easily be stopped without them crashing and causing property damage and worse death to innocent people.

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    What do we want? Justice!

    by andre_y_mb Dec 20, 2014 9:40 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 15 hours ago Flag

    Another gripe of mine is these senseless high speed chases cops are allowed to conduct. If someone is in an identified vehicle, there is NO reason to endanger innoncent people and their property with a high speed chase. I believe this idiocy is allowed just because cops enjoy the adrenaline rush of it. Just put a spike strip down on the road ahead of the car your chasing. It's not like the guy running can go anywhere, he's identified and there are cops everywhere who instantly know who he is. Even just letting him run out of gas is better than the stupid inevitable crash the cops encourage that ends up killing the perp or some innocent person.

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    What do we want? Justice!

    by andre_y_mb Dec 20, 2014 9:40 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 15 hours ago Flag

    In each case the perp was guilty of SOMETHING, but that did not mean they deserved to die. There are ways of stopping even armed people without killing them. The police are not trained or equipped to stop perps using non-lethal means, and THAT is the problem, not just "hindsight". This is not a racial thing. There are other cases, like a homeless unarmed white guy illegally living on a New Mexico public desert hill that was chased down and killed by a half dozen officers because he wouldn't climb down the hill fast enough or didn't obey their orders fast enough. Did he deserve to die? Maybe he was mentally ill, many homeless are. There are ways to disable perps without killing them. You can kill many people by wrestling them to the ground such that they can't breathe, that happens a lot. Six police officers should be able to bring an unarmed guy down a hill without killing him.

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    Another strong close today

    by batterupbymandm Dec 18, 2014 4:14 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 18, 2014 5:00 PM Flag

    And I remember when the bashers said it would go to 1.5 and that it wouldn't see 3 again for 5 years.

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    Script growth

    by bindroy Dec 12, 2014 8:16 AM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 12, 2014 9:24 AM Flag

    Isn't the 1000 weekly script number the number needed to breakeven ON OXTREXUP, not the number needed to breakeven TOTAL. How many scripts are needed for the company to achieve profitability? I don't remember and I don't know if these numbers or estimates change.

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    Is Exenatide.....Pen #2

    by lokodaug Dec 9, 2014 3:17 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 9, 2014 5:16 PM Flag

    What is the market potential for Antares of each possible pen 2 candidate?

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    We'll all be better off...

    by blue_horseshoe_11 Dec 7, 2014 12:22 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 8, 2014 2:06 AM Flag

    Whatever, but "doubts about arriving at breakeven in H1 2015" is a lot different than doubts about arriving at breakeven EVER.

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    We'll all be better off...

    by blue_horseshoe_11 Dec 7, 2014 12:22 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 8, 2014 2:04 AM Flag

    Uh, you said it is "nothing more than $50 MM annualized", meaning will NEVER be more than that. NEVER is a lot longer than a "LONG time". So, now you seem to be back pedaling. And your June post about never seeing any news about TEVA relationship has already proven to be false.

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    We'll all be better off...

    by blue_horseshoe_11 Dec 7, 2014 12:22 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 7, 2014 1:41 PM Flag

    Interesting, so that's your claim, Otrexup will never do more than $50 million peak. I'll take a screen shot of this post and remember your prediction for future reference.

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    whogo deleted his post because

    by andre_y_mb Dec 6, 2014 9:27 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 7, 2014 12:33 PM Flag

    Here's the thing. Over the long haul, I claim NO BODY can execute short term trades better than the trading computers of institutions. The ONLY way a retail trader can outperform the market in the long term is to buy a fundamentally undervalued company, keep buying more if it becomes more undervalued, and sell starting when it becomes fully valued. That's it, period, and anyone claiming they can do better than trading computers and the market using any other strategy, I don't believe.

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    whogo deleted his post because

    by andre_y_mb Dec 6, 2014 9:27 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 7, 2014 11:54 AM Flag

    Post your buys and sells in REALTIME to the penny, like I did on the way down, and then you'd have more credibility.

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    whogo deleted his post because

    by andre_y_mb Dec 6, 2014 9:27 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 7, 2014 11:52 AM Flag

    So, I trade on fundamentals mostly. I only look at technicals so far as where support and resistance are, and I only use that information for a small number of trading shares. I always keep my core shares, including those I bought at 1.90, for sale at my target price, which is still 4.25. When I bought my first shares in the mid-3's, I didn't really expect that was the bottom, but I bought so few shares it really didn't matter. Later, I admit I thought it possible the bottom would be at 2.7, but again I didn't really CARE, because should it go lower than that would just make it an even better buy and I would buy more in increasing quantities.

    The posts I find of value on the board are those telling me something new or even speculative about fundamentals. The rest is noise. At least loko posts something about speculative fundamentals. All I've seen from whogo is BS posts about catching bottoms or tops AFTER the fact as well as comments AFTER scripts numbers come out telling me how he's not surprised and telling me how he already predicted they'd be what they are published as.

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    whogo deleted his post because

    by andre_y_mb Dec 6, 2014 9:27 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 7, 2014 11:07 AM Flag

    whogo, so what I'm saying is, your posts are always predicting it's going down so long as it's been in a long downtrend. Then, when it switches to up, you delete the last repetitive post where you stated it was going lower still, and after the uptrend is confirmed, you then post how you've secretly been long since the turn and now you're ahead on those new long shares. It's still a little too early for you to start putting out repetitive posts about how it's going higher, you'll start doing that only AFTER the uptrend is well underway, and then you'll claim your prediction history is great.

    Bottom line, all you've ever posted is comments telling us the stock was in a downtrend when we all knew that, then a BS claim that you caught the bottom and are now long AFTER the bottom is in the past, and next you'll repeat your bravura BS performance on the way up once it's completely confirmed.

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    whogo deleted his post because

    by andre_y_mb Dec 6, 2014 9:27 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 7, 2014 10:48 AM Flag

    Should you again give me a list where you can spew out your re-writing of history? lol! No, your statement of things AFTER the fact is worthless, as always.

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    whogo deleted his post because

    by andre_y_mb Dec 6, 2014 9:27 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 7, 2014 10:47 AM Flag

    whogo, BS, all I've seen in your posts is telling the board how the stock has gone down AFTER it's already gone down. Your prediction history is very poor from what I see. Your ability to come on the board and tell the board what the stock has ALREADY done is good.

    My approach is to believe that NO ONE can predict where a stock going down will bottom just as NO ONE can predict where a stock going up will top out. So, my approach is identify a stock I feel is fundamentally undervalued in the long term, then buy more on the way down in increasing quanitities so that when the turn finally comes, I ALWAYS win. This has worked for me for the two decades I've been trading stocks, no exception. ATRS is actually ahead of schedule versus the other stocks I've executed this strategy on.

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    whogo deleted his post because

    by andre_y_mb Dec 6, 2014 9:27 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 7, 2014 10:31 AM Flag

    I want different opinions, that's NOT what I was objecting to. It's whogo deletions of posts where he is proven WRONG, or whogo posting BS CLAIMING he bought before a runup when the post is made only AFTER the runup. Anyone "bashing" or "pumping" the stock, either way, I'm fine with, their opinion means no more to me than their TRACK RECORD. But what I find obnoxious is the BS and outright lies and re-writing of history.

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    Whogo the deleter strikes again

    by blues_fanatic Dec 6, 2014 4:58 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 7, 2014 4:48 AM Flag

    I'm long and I'm not disappointed in Otrexup script growth, at least not yet. So, your characterization of ALL longs is a huge generalization. I made no prediction of breakeven on Otrexup for this year, and would have been surprised (pleasantly) if that had happened. I have always thought Otrexup was not the main long term driver on this stock, although some others are now just slowly coming to that realization.

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    Whogo the deleter strikes again

    by blues_fanatic Dec 6, 2014 4:58 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 7, 2014 4:44 AM Flag

    blues_fanatic, another spot on comment. I set here accumulating ATRS every nickel down, buying more volume each nickel down, and getting trashed on daily by whogo, camry and some #$%$ named stinkydog (who's now of course long gone). I never deleted my posts where I said where I bought, starting from above 3. I'm proud of my strategy, I'm now green on it (earlier than I had hoped), and expect to make my customary 50 to100% profit on my overall shares within a couple years total from when I bought my first share. So, it isn't just boring but also obnoxious to see the way that trio post #$%$ and then delete the trash where they are proven wrong (like the predictions of falling to below 1.5).

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    Whogo the deleter strikes again

    by blues_fanatic Dec 6, 2014 4:58 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 6, 2014 6:28 PM Flag

    blues_fanatic, your comment is spot on.

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    Whogo the deleter strikes again

    by blues_fanatic Dec 6, 2014 4:58 PM
    dusa1957 dusa1957 Dec 6, 2014 6:28 PM Flag

    The boring, or should I say obnoxious, thing is that whogo always deletes posts where facts prove his predictions wrong. And he often claims to have bought before a runup, but the claim is made after the runup. Such posts are worthless, and such posts are not just boring but obnoxious.