Shareholders are owners, they deserve to know what is going on. You don't just take the investors' money and leave them in the dark. Ridiculous
great stuff, but timing is weird. comes off like he's little desperate to pump his stock and not sure how to do it.. if there's anything new in this interview, then that right there is a problem because this info should have been telegraphed a long time ago. like when the 2nd loreal contract came out, most people were kind of scratching their heads about what it might mean. he should have PR'd it as "we met the successful first stage and have now moved to the 2nd stage, with possible revenue and royalties on the horizon". if that info was at all available it was not presented clearly.
you may be right, but my point still stands as far as someone looking to buy bonds in a company that's on the edge. maybe they can hope to keep 70%? gee, not a great investment is it?
If s&p futures are down 2% maybe all bets are off. Personally, I don't think China matters this much, but what I think is irrelevant
They are looking at a total loss. Most of the volume today was in hundreds, or thousands, not tens of thousands of dollars. That's a lot of money to gamble on a company that's teetering on the edge of bankruptcy
I'm not a chart expert. Just seems like it's been falling with hardly a breather since around there. Futures are horrible right now, tomorrow may be pivotal for the whole market. Unfortunately I'll be away from my computer and won't have an eye on the volatility. I liked that small caps were getting bought today, been a good sign in the past. But the crazy volatility right now could signal an epic crash in the making
One little bump in the road with some of these techs could wipeout life asvwe know it. Killer nano robots? Can you think of a worse idea?
Do you see this as the time to load up on XOM?
Both. imo beaten down tickers got some relief when major indexes, ie blue chips, crashed. People are looking for places to jump in for the bounce, beaten down oversold stocks are a great idea. Could buy at&t for a few %, or go for something that might swing double digits
Also funny that China is trying to blame us for their bubble bursting. Typical communist/socialist reaction, look for someone else to blame, preferably a 'capitalist' stooge
jake, I agree with what you're saying, I'm not fully communicating my opinion in a few quick lines on the message board here. yes, they've achieved a lot. I am talking about the business model being proven, the stock becoming a winner. I bought back in on Friday, but not for a lot. those with an overweighted position can boast of how smart they were when this thing skyrockets. but I've seen a lot of stocks that looked like a sure thing, I prefer to be a little more cautious. at this level, I think there will be time to jump in for a bigger position before it really takes off. for now, if things don't go well or take a long time doing so, my cash is safe.
Chem, I've had plenty of positive comments about ONVO. The disease models alone could end up being one of the biggest advances in 100 years. But we are where we are right now. Nothing is proven yet, and it's naive to think otherwise.