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hankmanoo 59 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 1, 2015 4:24 PM Member since: Apr 16, 2013
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  • hankmanoo hankmanoo Jul 1, 2015 4:24 PM Flag

    "Also, If Mr Butler was the first treated and got all 6 shots, he got Meth A, not B." No Mich, not necessarily true.. The 18 month survivor could have started his treatment later than the others even if meth A was first and treated with meth B.

  • The article put out by Zack's has a BUY reccommendation. Yet in that article is a link to download the "full" research report on CLF and when you get the full report it has a SELL reccommendation?????

  • Reply to

    Naturallaws1, you wrote:

    by hankmanoo Jul 1, 2015 12:16 AM
    hankmanoo hankmanoo Jul 1, 2015 8:19 AM Flag

    Thanx.

  • Naturallaws1, you wrote:

    Although I am an experienced researcher and not easily fooled, I have to admit that Michonne had me double thinking the science (and thus, my investment) for a while. I took another look at the actual data and feel more confident than ever in NWBO's future as a significant player in cancer treatment. That does not mean I see this as a slam dunk, but it does look like a good investment, as bio-tech goes.

    I asked:

    Hi Natural,

    I would be most interested to hear your thought process in depth and analysis wrt to Michonne arguments. Both what you thought were his/her stronger points and how you decided that his/her points were either wrong or inadequate to make you sell your NWBO holdings and your decision to continue to hold

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    Has anyone noticed?

    by da_woof56 Jun 29, 2015 8:18 PM
    hankmanoo hankmanoo Jun 30, 2015 10:47 AM Flag

    Hi Natural,

    I would be most interested to hear your thought process in depth and analysis wrt to Michonne argiuments. Both what you thought were his/her stronger points and how you decided that his/her points were either wrong or inadequate to make you sell your NWBO holdings and your decision to continue to hold.

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    China cuts rates and reserve ratio again

    by garysgrewal Jun 27, 2015 10:59 AM
    hankmanoo hankmanoo Jun 28, 2015 10:27 PM Flag

    Smack, you wrote: "CLFs contracts will reset."

    Please explain for a newbie to CLF a) what exactly triggers the contract reset, b) the reset is from what old terms to what new terms? c) what is the significance of the contract reset for CLF? Will this be good or bad for CLF and in what way?

    Thanks for the help.

    Hankmanoo

  • hankmanoo hankmanoo Jun 26, 2015 5:02 PM Flag

    what was the ask?

  • Cramer gave his blessing to Halozyme tonight on Lightning Round

    I am not a great fan of Cramer's but he is influential and this can only help. We will see how the SP reacts tomorrow.

  • Now that the new numbers are out on shorts, and there is a new base building in the 10.00 to 10.60 range the sharts are desperate to bring NWBO lower and will now hit it with everything they have got before some news hits to move NWBO into the teens or higher. With the holidays coming up and many taking vacations over the next 4-6 weeks, they assume that NWBO will not bring out good news in this time frame when it will have a smaller effect - so they feel free to play hard during this period. we will see if they will manage to move the drift downward while they are somewhat free of the risk of an NR that would do serious harm to their positioon. But even if it slowly does drift lower for a short while I am confident this will reverse either when they start to realize the furtrher risk of continued shorting evidenced by the difficulty in bringing NWBO lower, or in fact by the release of one of many catalystd that are awaited.
    Glta
    Hankmanoo

  • hankmanoo hankmanoo Jun 25, 2015 9:20 AM Flag

    I am a strong long but please Meifud, let's get the info right. 86% were NOT alive AT 18 months, THe NR was that they were alive UP TO 18 months, Only 1 patient has SO FAR survived over 18 months. Hopefully more of those still alive will eventual reach the 18 month milestone as well, but now we are looking into what might happen (hopefully) down the road. But please do NOT misreperesent the current data!

    Glta
    Hankmanoo

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    New - Aug 2015 options now on offer

    by hankmanoo Jun 23, 2015 10:27 AM
    hankmanoo hankmanoo Jun 23, 2015 11:40 AM Flag

    I just noticed they also added a new option for June 2016

  • hankmanoo by hankmanoo Jun 23, 2015 11:00 AM Flag

    If you look at the pattern of trading today, you will se most of the volume is some large volume spikes (over the low standard level trading) that correspond to 4-5 cent drops perhaps 6-12 such spikes and all they have managed to drop the stock is about 21 cents and that will not last as the pressure from the constnat small trades takes it all back. So of tha about 200K shares traded so far, well over 100K has been in these conserted short hits in a futile attempt to drive NWBO down, But these new shorts just add to the eventual squeeze and all to no avail as the buying pressure just continues slow and steady. People now look to immunotherapy as the comming revolution and a few shorts ain't gonna change that. So short if you are smart you will take your losses and cover real quick before the others beat you to the exit door.

  • New - Aug 2015 options now on offer. I guess all the interest in this stock prompted them to now offer Aug 2015 as well.

  • Reply to

    word on the street is 11+ tomorrow

    by jdheart101 Jun 21, 2015 6:12 PM
    hankmanoo hankmanoo Jun 23, 2015 9:20 AM Flag

    I think today (June 23) you have a shot at being right!
    Glta

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    Hankmanoo -

    by abeta4238 Jun 22, 2015 8:15 PM
    hankmanoo hankmanoo Jun 22, 2015 10:33 PM Flag

    sorry, I did not save them, but they whaterever I could find on CNBC or google.

  • I would predict that given the consistent climb of 30-50 cents per day, which might increase in velocity as the shorts start to scramble for cover, we should be well over $12 by the end of June and perhaps over $15 before the July calls expire - assuming there is no news by then. If there is news then the sky is the limit - I wouldn't even venture a guess of how high it might go!

  • hankmanoo hankmanoo Jun 22, 2015 4:27 PM Flag

    I am a serious long, but you dear sir are a total idiot. It is also clear that you do not own a single contract in the $3-7 (or probably any other) range yourself or you never suggest such an absurd idea, I do own many such in this range and others as well. I am never going to exercise say a $7 call on say 100 contracts earlier than I have to. To do so I would have to put up $70,000 now rather than in say Jan 2017. I am supposed to do this on your scatterbrain idea that this might tighten the squeeze on the shorts a little bit???? If you owned any you never say such a thing! It also takes away some of the derisking that the options provide. I do not need to risk capital now but can choose to do so at a much later date and still buy in at the same strike price. Why would I waste that on your scatterbrain idea.

    I am a long and I am for all the longs putting forth solid reasons to be a long but what you propose is just plain ridiculous. I hope no real longs who actually have some of these options did not take you seriously.

    Abeta, how could you support this guy?

  • Would you consider NWBO Oct 2015 $12? Are these to close to expirey? But they are quite a bit cheaper and will make a lot of money if a catalyst hits before then. Are they a good shot or more l;ikely to expire worthless?

  • Xhouchic asked Herb Greenberg of CNBC fame:
    Dear Herb, I want to know if NWBO a buy.? Thanks !...His answer was...........Northwest Biotherapeutics (NASDAQ:NWBO): Is a very controversial stock and it's really in the crosshairs of a lot of longs and shorts.
    I won't touch it.
    -----------------------------------------
    The better question to ask Herb Greenberg is not whether he is for or against NWBO, but if in fact NWBO is so controversial then why does CNBC avoid any airtime for NWBO. It is a total black out on this subject. You would expect a financial news organization (that thrives on controversy) to give NWBO more time not less. Present both sides of the controversy to the viewer fairly but NOT to black out ALL coverage on this company which is (arguably) at the forefront of the cancer immunotherapy revolution! He is simply NOT doing his job as a financial reporter. Herb is not my broker so I do not need nor expect a recommendation one way or the other, but I do expect to get a vigorous presentation of the both sides of the controversy to help me make up my own mind on this matter. In this he (and CNBC) have failed miserably. I wonder why?????..........

  • Reply to

    Email from Herb Greenberg

    by zhoucicgroup1 Jun 19, 2015 1:24 PM
    hankmanoo hankmanoo Jun 19, 2015 3:51 PM Flag

    The better question to ask Herb Greenberg is not whether he is for or against NWBO, but if in fact NWBO is so controverial then why does CNBC avoid any airtime for NWBO. It is a total black out on this subject. You would expect a financial news organization (that thrives on controversy) to give NWBO more time not less. Present both sides of the controversy to the viewer fairly but NOT to black out ALL coverage on this company which is (arguably) at the forefront of the cancer immunotherapy revolution! He is simply NOT doing his job as a financial reporter. Herb is not my broker so I do not need nor expect a reccommendation one way or the other, but I do expect to get a vigurous presentation of the both sides of the controversy to help me make up my own mind on this matter. In this he (and CNBC) have failed miserably. I wonder why?????..........

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