This is true, and I imagine they might even be bonded somehow in terms of liability. But the Q still stands wit regard to nvax; Why bother?
And again, I Implore anyone to check out what has been posted by 3-4 writers for Seeking A. in re to
NWBO. One of their writers seemed to "go off the rails", and in the process, revealed the smarmy underbelly of everything PR.
That's what advanced education is all about. You're lucky you had wiki, all I had was the Columbia Encyclopedia. It's the analog precursor to Wiki...
Refreshing. You should get a verbal tasing soon enough.
This AM, and 2 days ago, were nice buying opp.'s (I missed my chance today), they'll be fewer and farther between going forward.
Good propaganda tool; if you wanna move the price 10 cents, buy/sell a cpl. hundred shares in pre-mkt. Call me when a few 100thousand get traded PM.
Sorry to be repetitive, this is just my friendly, quasi-educated opinion and I'll be short: NVAX is swimming in cash. They're nearing the point where results will drive share price. To NVAX, PR is unnecessary. It costs money, employees, and generates liability. It's an aspect they don't need to care about. It terms of structural and personnel changes they're only motivated to release whatever is legally required. Look at all they're juggling at the moment. It would be nice if they showed the little shareholder some love but it's not good business right now - there's your love. We'll all get rewarded eventually.
I've given up trying to underSTANd completely the decisions of management since Rahul. I don't think anyone could argue that a seasonal flu vax would be close to, or on the mkt. if the co. hadn't diffused their focus so radically. Every co. in their position has an impetus to keep the gravy-train going as a hedge against failure. What's happened here is the "Acela" of gravy-trains. Given that, I think they did the secondary just b/c they could - MO
R2K? It's also sorta curious that when the R2K increased their coverage, it didn't seem to effect the pps...
This seems a question of DD. FWIW, if you've studied the science, the management (the weak link here, IMO), and the competition, you should welcome the extra attention - most of the time. Some co.'s become a "ball of yarn" for manipulators, and I've wondered if that includes those who initiate coverage (sounds gullible, I know). But the science wins out most of the time.
Has anyone seen the circus going on with Seeking A, and NWBO? It's been very instructive and casts some good light on the size of the propaganda mill the touches every small-cap. The co. was of interest to me when I thought stem-cell therapies were about to become relevant (they're not). The corporate structure and management failed my smell-test miserably, yet the pps has been bolstered, and at times ravaged by a huge propaganda campaign within SA. 4-5 ppl with SA are warring over the co.'s potential, and someone is making a ton of money through the ensuing volatility. The pps is the same right now as it was three years ago. Check it out - good drama over a co. that seems like a scam to me.
I get it. You say something so lame, you get anyone with half a brain to "ignore" you so you can prey on the rest?
No one is that stupid.
I'm sorry rez, I'm going to (kindly) assume that you're just blowing smoke. Otherwise, if you can't get a handle on what I'm saying, in terms of the context, then...god bless you.
I'm holding the stock b/c my father was on the ground-floor with the concept in the mid 70's as an adjunct to his study of the "Spanish flu" pandemic in 1918. One thing they showed was that a serum can be developed, from passed-afflicted subjects, faster than egg-based technology. My niece, an immunologist, is working with VLP's - not with NVAX, mostly, she's provided me w/all the negative possibilities .
I invested in 2006 (b4 she got her doctorate) when I surmised they were the best positioned to advance the technology.
I have seen his posts on another board. He seems to be a shorter. If he was the one that originated the post "the hint" a few weeks back, then ....beware.
Also, there's an interesting article (especially, odd for a "Seeking Alpha article") on how message boards, biotech boards in particular, are infiltrated by armies of trolls from "consulting" firms. This one takes up the issue w/the biotech NWBO - very enlightening.