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InVivo Therapeutics Holdings Corp. Message Board

hoozur1 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 29, 2015 8:12 PM Member since: Jan 30, 2013
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    New Deal

    by hoozur1 Jan 29, 2015 7:03 PM
    hoozur1 hoozur1 Jan 29, 2015 8:12 PM Flag

    There was no mention of warrants. If these health care funds had attempted to purchase shares (8 million) on the open market when the shares were $1.50 their buy orders alone would have driven the stock higher quickly resulting in a much higher average purchase price. Obtaining their shares in this manner would not have benefited NVIV either. Since the company has a certain amount of shares "on the shelf" for this purpose it is mutually beneficial to both parties to do a deal like this even at the market price which is most likely what happened IMO.

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    More on dilution...

    by envy_vo Jan 29, 2015 4:37 PM
    hoozur1 hoozur1 Jan 29, 2015 7:17 PM Flag

    See "New Deal" comment. The price WAS NOT going up when this deal was most likely negotiated. This stock will continue to rise on merit--continued positive results from trials!

  • hoozur1 by hoozur1 Jan 29, 2015 7:03 PM Flag

    Common sense would tell you that this deal took at least a few weeks to be negotiated and signed. We really only hit $1.50 on Jan 20th and rose to $2.20 after that. The negotiated deal at $1.50 was probably very close or possibly ABOVE market price when it was agreed upon. Overall I believe this was a smart move and we will get our 5 consecutive days over $2.00 soon which will open the door for uplisting.

  • please see reply below under your previous post, would appreciate response...

  • hoozur1 hoozur1 Dec 3, 2014 8:18 AM Flag

    My apologies. I stand corrected (maybe). I have been investing for over 30 years and have owned warrants, exercised warrants and had several expire worthless. I cannot conceive any situation where a company would "repurchase" warrants. There would be zero advantage to this since they would receive $$ from warrant holders at the time of exercise in exchange for shares. Maybe we should be concerned that the company "doesn't get it" when speaking of warrants. Please enlighten me on warrant "repurchase" as you understand it.

  • hoozur1 hoozur1 Dec 2, 2014 4:57 PM Flag

    No proceeds go to "repurchase warrants". Warrants are exercised by the warrant holders and the proceeds go to the company. Clearly you don't understand much about investing.

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