"one day you will wake up and it will be $4. Great return "
Very like the ISIS recruiting videos. Just join up and you'll wake up in heaven with 50 vestal virgins!
quite right doc, that guy is using my id, in contravention of Yahoo policy. Next, I'm going to use your id to claim COCP is a great investment idea!
I don't think you quite understood your responsibilty - you need to make crystal-clear the reality that COCP is currently worthless. i.e. it's worth exactly zero. Do you understand? I think you're trying to get me to leave on false pretenses! That would be very dishonest.
b.t.w., a word to the wise - try to never employ the word "will" when arguing a stock is not worthless now. What somebody may or may not do in the future is rarely predictable and certainly cannot be the basis for a rational investment decision. Clearly Dr. Frost can do nothing without money and the only place he can get that money is from people like yourself though massive dilution, making those expensive share you hold a fraction of their current value.
If I leave, will you take up the responsibility of ensuring innocent young investors, who may come to this board, are fully aware that pre-clinical stage companies like COCP have absolutely no value?
If you will agree to do that, I can move on to the next pump and dump scheme and try to help out there.
Have you never heard of the of the concept of giving back?
I am not bashing COCP. I am merely pointing out that COCP has no science at clinical stage and as such has no value.
There may be innocent new investors thinking they can get rich quick on COCP by believing the pumpers here. If I just educate one of these newbie investors, my effort will have been worthwhile. And, besides, it only takes a few minutes to do it. Why not do it? Shouldn't we all try to look out for each other? Is that not the right thing to do?
". I'm sure OPK/Frost has ideas .."
Usually investors are not willing to invest until ideas have been converted into something concrete.
This is for 2 reasons:-
- most ideas evaporate.
- ideas are worthless before they're taken somewhere
Given these realities it would be very foolish to jump the gun and invest in anything at the 'ideas' phase.
Hopefully nobody here has been that foolish.
Try BIIB or PRTA. I've held those for many years and they seem to be much better than COCP unless of course you're searching for a biotech without a biotech product, in which case COCP is the stock for you.
Well, if it is an elephant, it's the smallest elephant I've ever heard about. I mean, even if it were the mouse, we might catch a glimpse of the critter but not a thing has yet been seen by anyone. Here are my questions:-
Question 1: Could it be an invisible elephant and would there really be a difference between an invisible elephant and an invisible mouse?
Question 2: How can COCP be a biotech if it does not have a biotech product?
Question 3: If questions 1 or 2 cannot be answered by the longs then should we assume the questions answer themselves and this is just the pump segment in a very poorly-executed pump and dump scheme?
With that insight, I bid you all a good weekend. When you get back on Monday, perhaps the dump segment will be in effect!
If not perhaps the supposed longs could tell us the name of just one product COCP is working on, just a single product that's all. You can't be a biotech without a biotech product!
Great, I think we're getting closer to the meat of this stock!
"Congratulations for your untiring research."
Thanks but I could not find any product to research. Could you tell me one of the products they're working on so I can research it.
I have a strange feeling you guys all know there's no product and you are just pulling our leg and this is all just a silly old-fashioned pump from the the great 2000 pump and dump era.
So you're not going to tell us where the science. I've searched high up and low down and not a clue could I find.
I combed the FDA web site but there's not filing of any kind there for COCP.
I searched COCP's web site but could not find mention of a single compound or otherwise in clinical development.
Where, oh where is the science longs are investing in?
Peculiar how no poster here shares any of that "knowledge of the company" with others on the board who might well be trying to decide of they should invest in COCP.
What makes COCP 'promising'? Where or what is the science?
Why can't a single long on this board tell us what it is so potential investors could stop assuming there is no science?
It's hard to invest in something that seems to be invisible. Why not throw light on it longs?
What have you got to lose. If there's something, for Petesake, out with it.
"The next Biogen" ??????
Biogen is a biotech with biotechnology. How can COCP become the next Biogen when it has no technology of any kind in the clinic?
That makes no sense. You would not suggest that your next-door neighbor could win the next Nobel in physics if the guy works at the local MickyDs and never went to school would you. Yet you're asking us to believe COCP can do just that.
It's just impossible.
Can't believe nobody mentioned it but obviously the term: " Vaporous Vacuum Science-free entity", while technically 100% accurate for COCP, will never catch on due to its length.
How about we use VVSF fir short? We could say DoubleVSF to avoid confusing the double VV with doubleU, W.
I'm really working hard on the classification here folks. Would anyone like to help.
How do we describe a biotech with no bio and no tech? This could be a agricultural fertilizer company with no fertilizer. How do we distinguish the two nothingnesses?
I suppose we could also use a combination here.
Since COCP has absolutely no science in the clinic, we could call the company a Vaporous Vacuum Science-free entity.
This may be very accurate but how does everyone feel about it?
I'm not 100% certain which of the 2 names the 3 red votes want? I'm guessing the vote means they prefer the VaporBio title over VacuumBio for COCP.
Could we have some clarification please?
Shouldn't there be a better term for stocks like COCP than VaporBio? Surely when a supposed bio has no bio it should be called a VacuumBio. VacuumBio is a better option in my opinion because it can cover two properties of the stock. Firstly it denotes the absence of substance in the company and secondly it makes clear what happens to shareholder dollars - they are vacuumed away, never to be seen again.
Doc, I know this will surprise you but, broken elevators go up, not down. You can't even get a simple simile right!
Thank the gods for that doc. I would not want to be long any stock you're trying to pump. Your record speaks for itself.