First of all dumb arzs Geron played no part in the MAYO leak. If Geron hadn't "rehashed" the presentation the public would not have had any of the information and the Incyte fans would have been all over it questioning the validity of the trial. Putting the data in a PR would not have been feasible. Did you actually look at the slides and listen the presentation?
Reactionary clowns like you need to sell and move on.
who thinks he can chart a major news event. Those who hold a position through this news event will make the most money not some clown who sees shapes in a chart.
Sell Oncology Now
by woofs_a_lot • Feb 9, 2010 12:56 PM Flag
If the looming positive remission results are truthful and substantiated within all context, then this IP ought to have a substantial value, perhaps a billion dollars in an all upfront transaction. There is little to be gained by Geron slogging it through the next five years and $500 million dollars in clinical trial and commercialization costs. The future of the company is far greater as the lead firm in hESC regenerative therapy. It could create a company ten times AMGEN, maybe 100 times AMGEN. The risk in this market is not having the money and talent to stay in the lead of the science development. Geron CAN NOT use its very limited cash to bring its oncology to FDA approval status and allow the company's broad hESC IP to languish in such a determined competitive environment.
The other note I made from the Okarma presentation was his suggestion that only telomerase causes cancer cell immortalization. What about ALT? Also wouldn't you think that a company with so much potential and advances coming into products would not have to have its CEO race through his presentation because he has only thirty minutes. Good grief. When will this company and its IP get some respect?
They tell you no upgrade and fail to mention they upped the price target and reiterated their outperform/buy rating. Good one Maine
because he is posting messages claiming he went long at 1.50 when in fact he was calling for bankruptcy
getshorty207 • Apr 17, 2013 10:23 AM Flag
Sub $1 For Good
That would put the delisting notice some time in May/June. Delisting early 2014.
They like high publicity targets that gets lots of PR. Take Martha Stuart who I think was a b..tch but she supposedly sold a tiny amount of shares based on inside info. Hedge funds trade millions of shares on inside info and get away with it.
Their presenting at a conference and Piper Jaffrey is hosting it. What's to explain?