I already own NAVB in my wife's traditional IRA. Looking forward to Lymphoseek's launch with Cardinal Health. Looks to be a real winner. A little concern with the revenue sharing they will have to do with Cardinal but Lymphoseek looks to replace the current standard blue dye.
Just bought more at .739 because I decided that 5000 shares was not enough. I not only want to retire on the houses money...I want to fund my grandchildren's education on it. So, now I have 6500 shares. To the guy that plans on selling at $10...you're way to low. When the hep C human trials start in Q4, this thing might already be at $10! Wait till it gets to $100. It might be 5 years but the wait will be worth it.
Lucky enough to get 5000 shares at .60/sh recently. This company is going places so I'm expecting to do the same thing with Inovio that I recentlty did with Amarantus BioScience. Invest a few thousand dollars, double my money, sell enough shares to take out my initial investment and then let the rest ride for several years. This is all in my Roth IRA so it's all tax free when I need it. Hopefully I've got a couple more REGN stock (I own it) clones here and can retire in comfort. Good luck!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I don't see a problem in my Fidelity account. I own both old and new shares. Prior to New Years day they were listed seperately. On New Years morning they were combined and shown as just "AMBS" and they were available to trade all day today. The rest of you are full of misinformation.
Hi shorty! Your post are full of BS! I just checked my Fidelity account and ALL Shares now show as "AMBS". Funny how fast that converstion thing worked out so fast despite your rantings. I'm buying another 20,000 shares today in your honor.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
You are so right! I pay for "unlimited data" and I'll get "unlimited data". Much better than overpaying for less data at higher price than unlimited. Common sense is not so common these days it appears. Glad that I understand it. Good luck with your future...if you have one:)
Lost my iPhone 4s over the weekend. Thought about it for a couple of days and decided to pay the early termination fee and dump my verizon for my phone service. I'm tired of paying through the roof for data fees. Raising that fee AGAIN is exactly what verizon did with their family share plans.
I'm going to go buy me a Samsung Galaxy s3 at retail and signup for $35 or $40 per month monthly plan from Sprint and get all the unthrottled 4G data downloards I want with no silly 2 year committment.
As a result of this decision, I also thought I'd sell my verizon stock...which I did on Monday...and invest the proceeds in S...which on did on Tuesday. That move has already payed off! Heck, its already paid for the cost of the Galaxy s3 that I'm going to buy this weekend.
That explains why it's trading up almost $2/share in the pre-market. And just a note in reply to another poster: I know what you mean about the register is always ringing in these stores. They do a brisk business. If only my daughters could find something else to do rather than spending MY money on cosmetics!
I did exactly that! I added to my position at 580.50 in the ah. I love these drops. Did the same thing with CMI,NAV,ETN,JPM,SAN. I love buying on big moves down. The old saying is true: Buy dips...sell the rips!