Now on Bloomberg Business. Security sign in device with no password. Can be adopted for all computer and smart phone functions. Intel guy says that within 5 years no one will need a password for any use.
Guess we're not on that same wave length but who the heck knows since we never hear anything out
of the company to begin with..
You are so right schroe. We do our thing and have had alot of success, and like you...I spend tons of time researching and reading and doing everything I can to try and find the next successful biotech play. It was not by chance we were in TSRX and DRTX...and CEMP....and many others early on, and over the years we've all earned our stripes by the losers as well. Good points my man.
Good comments options_leaps but perhaps it can all be summarized in what Peter Lynch suggested many years ago.... Sell your losers, and let your winners run.....
Great advice if you ask me. A little stock called AAPL comes to mind first....lol!
RMSACC.... Got out of this nightmare at just under $2 and with a nice loss to boot. IMHO it's going to zero but hey...GL to whoever holds. Do yourself a favor and check out NVIV. Could well have a state of the art revolutional scaffold for serious spinal cord injuries that seems to be working miracles with the first two
subjects... GL to you.
Nobody on this board cares about people selling for a gain, or for that matter, a loss. Each to his own.
But why come here and post it, and try to point out your rationale for doing so? Nobody cares one way or the other frankly, so attempting some rationale stock analysis guru type explanation is going to invite a retort.
At one poiont we're all going to sell (or hopefully tender) our stock in CEMP. That's the end point of the "game". But everyone who sells and posts tries to rationalize it somehow to their "friends" here on
the message board(s).
First of all there are no friends on a message board. That's lesson one. Might be funny and polite discourse,
and sometimes even some very helpful fundamental stuff, but everyone here is out for themselves and that's the way it should be frankly. But wouldn't it be nice to hear from sellers something truly honest rather than some rationale BS as to why they sold, something like:
1. I have no guts, or have totally lost my nerve holding this stock with such a meaningful profit to me and
my family, which I could lose in a nano second if things go wrong for the company. I can't sleep at
night and I haven't told my wife/husband about the investment to begin with.
2. I am totally clueless about biotechs and especially this stock, and simply followed "Kitty" into it
and I'm way over my head and need to sell before I throw up.
3. This is the only stock that I have made any money on in four years and can't stand the thought
of it going away.
4. My wife/husband is divorcing me and I need the money for the lawyers, alimony, child support,
and my new one bedroom apartment.
5. I always wanted to change my sex from male/female...female/male, and I need the money for an
operation so I can look like Bruce Jenner...
Would be much more honest than the other BS we read here as rationales for selling but my first
suggestion not to post that at all I think is the better one!
GL to you
Uptab....You must be some company troll who gets free stock cause anyone with half a brain can conclude that a 50% drop in the price of the stock from it's highs is pretty drastic in a record bull market run during the same period. Suckering in institutiions at $15 in a secondary you think was "sheer brillance"? Great ethics you must have. To bad you weren't on the other end of that sh_t stick. Let the company try and raise money by issuing stock in the future. They're toxic right now and will be for years to come because of that deal.
And why did they raise the funds in the first place? What are they doing with them? Clueless huh, just like
everyone else here.......
The stock is cheaper today at "$10 then when it was $6 last year"?? May I presume from that comment you didn't do too well in your trade school did you? Less money is better than more money? Bad health is better than good health? Ugly is better than good looking? etc. So based on your JC "Masters Thesis" the lower the price of this stock goes, the better off we all are? Yes!!! I knew their must be some perverse reason for your post, and now we have it!!! Much thanks!!
Very few of us here are long term capital gains holders in CEMP so what I can't understand are people taking short term gains and paying Uncle Sam 40% of your hard earned profits on a rocket ship that is going straight up? One must presume they are simply day traders with losses in other stuff. Oh well...each to their own I guess.
Bye bye....Nice exit.."exit" for .50 and time to move on...LOL... Guess this is what a good board that has a hot stock ends up with at some point...LOL!
You bought this for "earnings"...??? You need to go to the PFE board cause I think you own the wrong stock for now..... Come on man get a grip...Or as kiddo said...You might want to read up a bit on what you own cause you're obviously clueless right now...
Pretty easy kiddo to tell the leaders from the followers. Just ask how many bought under $10 and are still holding? I now have 7 figures into this stock and let me tell you... I sure as heck didn't start with that when it was in single digits...lol! Matters not really. I'm happy for all who found this gem and are making money. But...the best is yet to come! (think I'll make a song out of that)...
I've been through three medical and biotech buyouts within the last two years and they all stacked up the same way. Advance their trials to approval. Do a secondary about six months prior to approval to show potential acquirers they have the funds to go it alone and launch their product if need be. They start building a sales force and support around it.. Then whamo...They get bought out just after approval. (TSRX....DRTX)
RLYP is a perfect one major drug fit for a large pharma. It will happen. Patience then patients!
Don't you think that this company would be better off as a division or subsidiary of a much larger company?
I personally do. The CEO obviously does not have the time nor inclination to deal with shareholders and keep them informed except for CC's four times a year. And if you're on news lock down 24/7 then you have nothing to tell analysts either. Just doesn't make sense.
Security has been the number 1 issue of late in the technology markets and the stocks have been booming...
FEYE....$24.81 to $44....PANW......$57 to $138; CUDA...$23 to $38.....
And INVE....? $21.31 to $11??? Secondary at $16 to $11... A 31% loss in less than a year?
And you think the CEO has done a GOOD job? Now how's that???
I guess "doubling" is anyone's perception depending on where they bought a stock. Ask the folks who bought the secondary at $16 if they've doubled their mega million dollar investment.... ?