U.S. shares extended a selloff today, with the Nasdaq Composite Index sliding the most in two months, as Raymond James & Associates said equities are vulnerable to losses and Citigroup Inc. cited investor concerns for a "severe" pullback.
use of the word "probably" in your post is not included in the vocabulary of facts. It's only found in the short handbook of hopeful speculation.
harry261 to name just one. Even some INO supporters no longer appear? Is this good or bad info?
This is some really good info I need to file quickly.
thank you for providing info that allows us us to disregard speculation
Thanks, Junior. Any way we will ever be able to know who just invested over $9MM? I just can't image anyone setting up a short position at $8.85 with all the potential revenue staged for the future. Thanks for any insights.
let's see who made the most posts during the past 3 months
heretostayiloveinovio - about 1,900 (owns a lot of shares; thank you for posting reminders about INO science)
harry261 - about 3,600 (post replies say this poster owns no shares)
seems odd to post so many comments about a stock with no ownership. how many others here post on message boards where they don't own any shares? I may view a board to gain information but rarely post except to ask a question. again, seems odd to make so many posts.
Many thanks to all who have posted facts about Inovio that are relevant to investors. It seems very odd that too many posters on this board post incessantly about either themselves or about other posters. Some appear to simply be posting information that justifies their post and contain no relevant information about Inovio. Others only post to denigrate other posters. I just wanted to break this monotonous trend and thank the few here that are actually posting relevant investment information about Inovio.
don't most posters with deleted IDs just create another ID to post the same information? After all, the poster using the Harry ID followed this stock long before the Harry ID was created 2/14. Nobody posts with such a recurring negative agenda to just try and get in a lower entry price. That's just common sense. This person will have the same agenda no matter what ID they use. I have many IDs with the same agenda on ignore.
1. Do institutions usually interact with companies to demonstrate an interest in supporting their efforts by purchasing stock?
2. Do institutions usually negotiate a desired offering price, aside from a minimum price, required to obtain such support? For example, greater that $5 and NMT $7.
If the answer to both of these questions is yes it may help me better understand the series of events that have occurred for Inovio during the past two months. Thanks for any useful feedback.
curious about where these numbers are published. the total volume, 2005658, is not consistent with the total number traded on 2014-05-21, 3707981. also, the values listed by mighty markets short volume lookup only shows 1023269 short trades and show the total volume as 3707981, or 28% short. thanks for clarity.
21MAY - 28%
20MAY - 12%
19MAY - 10%
Last day that high was 25APR. Anybody have any comments on the possible significance of today's number? Thanks for sharing any thoughts.