What info?? Hmmmmmm granted some profit today is better than no profit at all but surely your decision wasn't based on the initial comment of this thread.
I'm pretty sure they all have a stake in ONTY going way back to the early BIOM days. Red is Mainly Lobster so he does comment on this board from time to time. William has been silent for awhile but I'm sure he's out there spreading wisdom and rhyme :O) Chestor the Investor I'm not sure....the Dog would know perhaps. Tom
Red, I spoke/wrote out of turn as I know to a certain degree how much you have invested in this science. I guess it was more of a comment based on I used to see you and William and others posting here more often before the last results came out and the negative shorts or so called experts had a heyday. Being ignorant of the science it was always interesting for me to read your explanations of what was expected and your future predictions. By the way thanks to a few comments from you and a few others I jumped on TSRX and made a tidy sum. Tom
I was just kidding about the wife and too cheap. I'm too easily swayed by board input and chose to mainly be silent and go with the flow.
Melio you sound like Sir William, a distinguished down under chap, who used to frequent this board along with Red and others before they jumped ship and went to Investor Village which I’m too cheap to pay the fee for or I’m afraid my beautiful wife would wrap me up in the sheets while I lay sleeping and beat the bloody pulp out of me with a cast iron frying pan while yelling “You paid what for that service!!”. As you can tell from Dogs tone there is not much to jump up and down and get excited about with ONTY and one (at this time) certainly has to be overly optimistic to see the silver lining in the future. Yet each day I sneak a peek at its price in hope that that the “Long Boat” has come in since I fell in love with this stock long ago initially for profit but then for its potential benefit of certain compounds to those who suffer and fight the good fight each day against the relentless havoc of cancer. So I find myself (like others) in both the camps of the fading optimist and the surging pessimist. It’s time for good news, and yes I have too many shares, but I choose to be positive (once again). Tom
Marty, I agree with Red and the Dog. Not much to talk about at this moment. Not that I could add much to what is going on as others such as Red have the smarts. It has been disappointing with the failure (or so it seems for now) of the trial. I've been long now for 11 years and have quite a stake in ONTY. Fell in love and couldn't ever pull the trigger when others did. Nice to see a small increase lately and I'm optimistic towards the future of the science. Tom
I second Red's reply. Gaby find another board to spew your BS. Using the one negative side effect to try and boost negativity on a drug that may be down and out for now but still has great potential is just #$%$. Go play in traffic or in wishing you no ill will just disappear as you have done in the past but this time stay lost. Tom
Dusa, Gaby is back....so that means the stock will start moving upward.....in the past she made all sorts of wild #$%$ predictions that actually turned against her and now she is back to gloat on the current results. Ignore any advice she gives as her people are AF and company or fictitious. Tom
Caster some info on stock under Key Statistics....like your optimistic outlook.....I too have hope since I still hold a sizeable number of shares for many years......thus missing out or not pulling the tigger in the past on selling opportunities.......its a longshot but not impossible. Tom
Avg Vol (3 month):
Avg Vol (10 day):
% Held by Insiders:
% Held by Institutions:
Shares Short (as of Mar 15, 2013):
Short Ratio (as of Mar 15, 2013):
Short % of Float (as of Mar 15, 2013):
Shares Short (prior month):
It appears that the average investors own about 5-10% of the stock of this company with institutions and insiders owning the rest. If the insiders and institutions aren't selling then this stock will always appear to be thinly traded in my opinion.
I sit in my gutted out abode wondering how one can ever recover from this experience of desperation that plays out as one last move to glory or one fatal step to the abyss know as obscurity. Off in the distance I can see the Dog’s camp flag fluttering in the warm desert breeze and I admire his unwavering optimism or at least his ability to see a silver lining (damn have way too much of that also) among the particles of sand that continue to erode the landscape of a scene that seems to never change for the better. Da Weasel brings forth news that tantalizes our senses but then turns tail in the reality of the everyday world of concoctions and potions brewed in pots cloaked with secrecy and intrigue. Down under is Sir William in his castle contemplating the virtue of steely nerves and the ability of individuals unknown to us to produce results in our favor or at the very least a continuance of a noble quest of smashing the knee of a formidable opponent that has taken far too many in its path. Yet, on both sides of the world, spring or fall rains will hopefully bring relief to the drought stricken plains and once again flowers will bloom in full majestic colors. Meanwhile, I imagine that for William, Da Weasel, the Desert Dog, and myself, a cold beer, a faithful dog, and dancing ladies will always warm the heart to whatever comes our way. :O) Tom
I wonder what has happened to our beautiful ZAP. She or He (not sure) posted with such wild abandonment that I for one am concerned about her/his wellbeing since the announcement. Some say she/he has run off to join a Pigmy tribe in Africa, others think she/he has joined the Peace Corp and is currently serving a two year humility stint in the Antarctic. I believe (or hope) she/he is doing just fine snuggled close to a handsome hunk or a steaming beauty somewhere in the South Pacific where communication is non-existent but rum is plentiful and the soft sea breezes mild with breath taking sunsets. Zap if you're out there may you find joy in the smallest of pleasures, happiness around every corner, health to counteract the biggest of challenges, riches not measured in dollars, and friendships that last a lifetime. Of course the same wish to all ONTY longs and much success from here on out. Tom
Pasteur its's more than time for you and the Buzzard to move on to another message board. Those of us who are licking our wounds from the latest announcement don't need either of you reminding us, as mature adults/investors, of what Red may have said or touted to one degree or another. The fact remains that Red was involved in the early development of a drug that eventually had the major backing of a large pharma, that even though this trial ended in disappointment, trials with it continue. Without details of actual results who knows what the future may hold. I for one am a Mark Reddish fan.........yes he is human after all but I'm not looking back and pointing fingers as the two of you seem to relish in.
Red is there a chance we could see your take on what has transpired and options for going forward. At the moment it sure looks disappointing but there may be more to the story. If you'd rather provide an email link to communicate that would be appreciated. Tom