You might be buying, but by the looks of things you need to have a talk with the 'we' you keep referring to.
"so I need to be the rebuttal argument for all those crapola posts"
Why? If you are so certain about your choices, why do you feel the need to 'rebut' anything?
"but am not a bit worried"
Yeah, I can tell.
"and continue to hold (and accumulate at these low levels) "
Funny that what you have experienced is one long opportunity to 'accumulate at these low levels' 'cause the stock price just keeps going down. Didn't you just love this last 'run up'? Have you noticed that with each pump and dump the price drops lower on each dump, and with each pump the high is lower than the last pump?
Classic. Your job is to sit on a stock message board and post the same message over and over again, and it's someone else who is the 'moron'.
If this is indeed true why do you spend so much time here telling everybody how unafraid you are?
And then a sustained move above $3.50 that holds, the general trend is still down. I don't think some of you people understand what's going on here. The general market doesn't trust this company. This fact has been borne out for some time now. Add to this that most probably the bulk of your incremental buyers are already holding the bag on this stock all the way back to $60 per share.
Here's a list of past firms who initiated coverage on CYCC:
Aug 6, 2013 Laidlaw Initiated Buy
Oct 28, 2009 Merriman Initiated Buy
Aug 12, 2008 Piper Jaffray Initiated Buy
Apr 23, 2007 Lazard Capital Initiated Buy
Apr 10, 2007 Cantor Fitzgerald Initiated Buy
Jul 10, 2006 Needham & Co Initiated Buy
Who's left? The CYCC web site lists JMP, Janney, and Laidlaw. Laidlaw is probably still holding the bag on a significant number of shares from the last $3.50 dilution, so it makes sense they are still hangin' out there. But I suspect that all three of these firms are simply holding out for the possibility that they will be able to run yet another dilution at some point in the future.
Most probably this very same message appeared on this message board on Oct. 5 2007 when the split adjusted price of CYCC stock dropped from $60 in June of that year to a split adjusted price of $40.67.
Here's a clue. If there WAS actually a quality company here with quality management, you wouldn't be sittin' on this message board all day trying to find somebody, anybody, to blame for this company having lost 99.8 percent of its value.
So, you're saying that their knees shouldn't be knocking? Where's the DSMB review? In case English is also your second language, you might look up the definition of the word 'imminent' and while you're reading that definition keep in mind that, for more than a decade now, this has been the gang that can't shoot straight. This despite the fact that the CEO gets paid $500,000 per year for running a company with a total staff of 18 people.
Chart now says 2.38. Once again, the bottom I believe will be determined by who, when, if, etc. those holding that 3.50 bag choose to dump it. Given that the last dilution went south quickly it's not inconceivable that because Laidlaw was the sole book runner on that dilution that they are still holding the bag on a large number of those shares.
"I'M A GENIUS"
And the fact that you are a 'genius' is no doubt the reason that you have a job posting on a stock message board all day -- because that's a job which requires a 'genius' such as yourself.
What you are getting per response these days? Sixty cents? A dollar? Consider this message a contribution towards your job security.
'COULD BE YOUR JUST AN IDIOT'
I love it when people accuse others of being an 'idiot' by using "your" as a contraction for "you are" i.e. "you're"
I say if you short or sell, or buy, whatever you do, if you do it because I say so, or because ANYBODY else says so, you are a fool. As I have now written many times, stand in front of the mirror and punch yourself in the face a bunch of times, it will all sink in eventually.
"I guess your non-stop bashing of CYCC"
My 'non-stop bashing'? Evidently it's okay with you if people sit on this message board ALL DAY, EVERY DAY, and post message after message, every two minutes, pumping the stock (all with zero effect I might add given the stock price), but if I come on this board every once in a while and write something negative, this constitutes 'non-stop bashing'?
You don't make any sense. As I have written, you need to stand in front of the mirror and punch yourself in the face a bunch of times.
Keep punching yourself in the face until you clue in to exactly how stupid you are for buying stock because somebody on a message board told you to. At some point, if you punch yourself in the face long enough and hard enough, the revelation that you were a fool will sink in.
Yes, you are 'great'. I on the other hand am a loser and can only take solace in the fact that I don't have a job where I'm forced to sit on stock message boards all day long making fake trades and trying to convince others of my 'greatness' ... son.
So you're now going to try and convince everybody that you bought 25,000 CYTR at 2.83, then dumped it, and somehow you 'won' on this trade? If you haven't figured it out yet, you have the credibility of head of broccoli stalk when it comes to your stock picks.
It's getting harder and harder to keep up with you. So you buy 25,000 at 2.83 yesterday 'looking for a move to 3+', and today it's 'Headed to 2.30's'?
I guess in the end it's a good thing for you all of these trades are confined to within the very small perimeter of your own head.
stevegarvey23l • Sep 29, 2014 12:06 PM Flag
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back in cytr 2.83 25,000 block trade
looking for a move to 3 +
Is that this stock is controlled by 'retail investors', 'evil hedge funds', or 'short sellers' dependent upon whatever is required by today's narrative.