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goingreen11 48 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Jan 26, 2013
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  • goingreen11 goingreen11 12 hours ago Flag

    Lets just assume the SI therapy is off the table for good now and in the future and the current MI trial is good enough for approval Now the big question is, will the FDA be willing to add AMPE To a market that already has MI therapy ? and is the market big enough for AMPE to share patients with 3 other company's offering MI ???? And if the FDA allows it will wall street view this as a success and would another company be willing to partner or buy into this situation ??

  • goingreen11 goingreen11 12 hours ago Flag

    Probably want as many people as possible to listen in no doubt it will be a repair job to stop the bleeding and hopefully bring the buyers back in caused by the failed SI , Adam, and the poor PR they released its better late then never because today's action was heading south of 3.50 today

  • goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 14, 2014 10:31 PM Flag

    RICH you reply ---- The Step Study results are not valid and must be avoided to reduce confusion that is already rampant
    .but the fact that the company posted partial positive data sends mix signals while your believing the step study is not valid and the company's saying it had PARTIAL good results in spite of the frozen vials ???
    -temperature deviations had NO IMPACT on the severe OA data that THEY released, human albumin as a whole has shown to WORK WELL until 3-4C and the fact that management' reluctance in releasing the entire STEP data set. is suspicious and troubling ???? I'm thinking the same now that single injection step study results probably were bad enough to want to forget they even existed how much that's going to hurt AMPION going forward knowing that they cant provide single injection therapy to patients remains to be seen

  • goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 14, 2014 9:15 PM Flag

    THERE IS NO POSTED DATA ?? What are you defending if anything its factual thats why it seems like rich or anyone else fails to even attempt to prove it wrong or misleading

  • The scientific methdology started with a hypothesis, which is either confirmed or refuted by experiments/tests to the point that luck/chance is ruled out by using various statistical tests. A lot has changed since the STEP trial data release. Before STEP, almost all available evidence points to an effective, safe osteoarthritis drug. But STEP is the largest trial to date, and it failed (probably a lot as management refuses to give out topline data on the entire trial). Obviously there were protocal violations in STEP (ie: temp deviation) that might caused the trial failure, but there are several tea leaves that might say otherwise--temperature deviations had no impact on the severe OA data that they released, human albumin as a whole has shown to work well until 3-4C, no lawsuits vs. the CRO, management's reluctance in releasing the entire STEP data set. We must keep in mind that many many drug candidates showed good promise in earlier stage testing, but fail on the largest and most critical Phase 3 trials. I cannot say the drug is a dud at this point because the data is mixed, but scientifically, it is no longer a way street (ie: the drug works) to a more ambiguous picture

  • Of course everyone loss money recently i`m more concerned if we hit bottom here at 3.58 . But let me ask you whats really #$%$ you off you usually go into some details or express your opinion on what you expect management should be doing and your usual dead on. so let me have it, i`m curious if it matches what i have been thinking thanks

  • The scientific methdology started with a hypothesis, which is either confirmed or refuted by experiments/tests to the point that luck/chance is ruled out by using various statistical tests. A lot has changed since the STEP trial data release. Before STEP, almost all available evidence points to an effective, safe osteoarthritis drug. But STEP is the largest trial to date, and it failed (probably a lot as management refuses to give out topline data on the entire trial). Obviously there were protocal violations in STEP (ie: temp deviation) that might caused the trial failure, but there are several tea leaves that might say otherwise--temperature deviations had no impact on the severe OA data that they released, human albumin as a whole has shown to work well until 3-4C, no lawsuits vs. the CRO, management's reluctance in releasing the entire STEP data set. We must keep in mind that many many drug candidates showed good promise in earlier stage testing, but fail on the largest and most critical Phase 3 trials. I cannot say the drug is a dud at this point because the data is mixed, but scientifically, it is no longer a way street (ie: the drug works) to a more ambiguous picture

  • The scientific methdology started with a hypothesis, which is either confirmed or refuted by experiments/tests to the point that luck/chance is ruled out by using various statistical tests. A lot has changed since the STEP trial data release. Before STEP, almost all available evidence points to an effective, safe osteoarthritis drug. But STEP is the largest trial to date, and it failed (probably a lot as management refuses to give out topline data on the entire trial). Obviously there were protocal violations in STEP (ie: temp deviation) that might caused the trial failure, but there are several tea leaves that might say otherwise--temperature deviations had no impact on the severe OA data that they released, human albumin as a whole has shown to work well until 3-4C, no lawsuits vs. the CRO, management's reluctance in releasing the entire STEP data set. We must keep in mind that many many drug candidates showed good promise in earlier stage testing, but fail on the largest and most critical Phase 3 trials. I cannot say the drug is a dud at this point because the data is mixed, but scientifically, it is no longer a way street (ie: the drug works) to a more ambiguous picture.

  • goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 9, 2014 10:07 PM Flag

    AGREE

  • goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 9, 2014 12:16 AM Flag

    Rich i think were going lower and i had to dump my shares for now but i like to hear ampe go after company for freezing the vials gd nite and gd luck

  • Reply to

    What happened goinggreen11 - aka GOOFBALL

    by calgarycraig Sep 8, 2014 10:21 PM
    goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 9, 2014 12:02 AM Flag

    Something not right i have seen it all and been in it all and never seen this much heavy volume dumping everyday on a average volume stock of 600, 700 thousand a day ?? If there was a simple mishap that could of be proved by a simple statement from the company who froze the vials or from the fda confirming the drug was frozen causing this problem. But nothing and the big big money is selling that's gotta tell you something real important

  • goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 8, 2014 11:47 PM Flag

    Rich this is going from bad to worst i never thought in a million yrs but this is starting to look like ile ? Is that possible ??

  • Reply to

    What happened goinggreen11 - aka GOOFBALL

    by calgarycraig Sep 8, 2014 10:21 PM
    goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 8, 2014 11:36 PM Flag

    CRY BABY CRY SEE YOU UNDER 3

  • Reply to

    What happened goinggreen11 - aka GOOFBALL

    by calgarycraig Sep 8, 2014 10:21 PM
    goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 8, 2014 11:34 PM Flag

    You just loss cant answer facts keep doing what you do best crying i got a suggestion for you aim your crying at the ceo i aint the guy running this straight down at full speed with massive volume check the charts

  • Reply to

    What happened goinggreen11 - aka GOOFBALL

    by calgarycraig Sep 8, 2014 10:21 PM
    goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 8, 2014 11:23 PM Flag

    Ill play a long with you if someone causes your trial to fail by freezing your vials you as a ceo have the right to sue for m#$%$ive losses this happen two weeks ago and a company pr came out and never mentioned anything about suing the company who froze the vials why not if a person taps your bumper you sue ampe losses millions due to a company who froze there supply of drugs for a real important trial which cost millions and millions and not even a mention of recouping the share holders money you tell me why ?????? and its been weeks ago not one word !!!!!! Smart #$%$

  • Reply to

    Vertical rebound.

    by doron_allen Sep 5, 2014 9:42 AM
    goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 8, 2014 11:16 PM Flag

    YEAH PASS THE PIPE NOW

  • Reply to

    What happened goinggreen11 - aka GOOFBALL

    by calgarycraig Sep 8, 2014 10:21 PM
    goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 8, 2014 11:14 PM Flag

    You on drugs and if you aint you better get some and just look at historical prices and you'll see it go straight down on high volume what are you talking about the facts are in black and white

  • Reply to

    stockexchange101

    by calgarycraig Sep 8, 2014 10:50 PM
    goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 8, 2014 11:05 PM Flag

    Oh yeah sue a poster who trusted what you were pumping and lost all his money and then because he bashed the company and the pumpers the ceo wants to sue him get real the ceo should of sued the company who supposedly froze his vials which supposedly caused the trial to go wrong what a joke yeah don't sue for millions to recoup trial losses and prove to investors that so and so company was at fault nooooo sue the little poor message board guy who just lost his life savings on a pump and dump yeah the ceo might be able to handle that because he cant handle the important stuff obvious look at the stock direction for proof you fool

  • Reply to

    Vertical rebound.

    by doron_allen Sep 5, 2014 9:42 AM
    goingreen11 goingreen11 Sep 8, 2014 10:43 PM Flag

    Yeah vertical straight down ten days in a row with 25 million in volume to back it up numbers dont lie stick to the facts its heading to three real fast

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