Amateurs never learn. As soon as they lose their money on this hyped run, they'll pile into the next shiny object that appears on their monitors. Bird Flu vaccine anyone??
Too bad most of the pumpers on this board paid well over $20 for this stock. Can't blame the company. They've been about as honest and ethical as one could possibly expect. It's that the pumpers got caught up in the hype and paid very high prices for something that was never there.
Wishful thinking...that's all you longs have left. Look at the facts as they are, not as you'd like them to be.
TKMR, the company, has been very ethical an honest by NOT issuing a slew of forward looking false hopes concerning the drug they are deve3loping. However, so many pumpers and scammers make stupid and irresponsible posts about the successes of the drug that it becomes a scam to those uninformed folks who then invest based on those outlandish posts made by the instant experts who until a few days ago knew nothing about ebola.
Scammers and pumpers who bought the high are now desperate to suck in more sheep to share in their losses. Don't be fooled by these idiots. Save your cash, stay out of this stock at these inflated levels.
The inevitable has already happened and is going on as we speak. This stock got pumped to ridiculous levels and it was inevitable that it would crash. You are seeing this continuation pattern as more "investors" realize their mistake.
I wish I could short this pig, but with such a low float there really aren't any shares to short. I'm happy for you making good profit from the long side, but be careful. At some point this thing is going to fall as fast as it rose. I'm trading it intra-day only, because any day now the bottom is going to drop out if this hyped up stock.
TKMR has already been taken over....by professional short sellers. If you fell for the take over rumors then you got played. FYI..a take over takes many months of research and due diligence by the prospective buyers. TKMR has only been a "hot stock" for about a month. There never was serious take over talk and there won't be any take over. If you fell for the rumor then I feel sorry for you.
" What has NOT changed is that it takes time and money to develop and receive approval for a commercially viable drug. Three phases of trials on humans is the standard protocol, a process that takes years and would ordinarily cost in excess of $100 million. The recent outbreak may allow some drug to be used before completing that process for humanitarian reasons. Ebola is a deadly disease.
The problem for the bulls right now is they think that somehow if the outbreak spreads or worsens, that will be good for TKMR. Simply wrong. The outbreak has put additional attention on its experimental drug. It may even sell a few vials, if it has any inventory on hand. But the outbreak is not going to accelerate their approval process to overnight. Large commercial sales of the drug will not happen until the drug gets its approval in the ordinary course. The longs somehow see a 1 to 1 correlation between new patients in West Africa and money for TKMR. That just is not the case. We all of course hope their drug works, or someone's drug works. But that can only be determined over time, perhaps less time as a result of the outbreak, but we are still talking years, certainly not weeks.
The other aspect to note is that the outbreak does not increase the market size for the drug. The outbreak will surely have been contained by the time any of the experimental drugs currently in use receive their approvals. Once approved, governments and health organizations will buy and stockpile some drug. But that amount is based upon their constituent population, not the size of the West Africa outbreak. The amount they will buy is unlikely to be materially larger than if the outbreak had not occurred. Like flu vaccine, it is bought and stored in quantities based upon the statistical probability of it being needed."
These facts were copied from another article. Not my words, but wise words every long putting up money should be aware of.
Think of this stock as a trade, not an investment. As an investment, you're paying top dollar for high risk. As a trader, you're getting great price movement and volatility, which is a trader's dream.
Important to keep the proper perspective here.
The message boards are full of imposters like this fool. Last week the "big buy out" was going to happen over the week end and TKMR would be over $30 on Tuesday. Now he comes up with a new line of #$%$ to sell since his earlier line turned out to be the usual bull. These guys are like the Wizard of Oz. Blowing hot air behind a false curtain until the market exposes them for the fools and frauds they were all along. They lose their money but son re-appear on another message board claiming the same garbage.
How long have you been an "ebola tracker"?? 3 weeks or maybe one whole month since you became an expert on the subject??
For every new store that opens, there is another one which is closing. They don't put out a PR each time a store closes. SHOS opened a new store in our fairly small town several years back. There was little to no traffic and the store closed within 6 months.
Not tomorrow, but it will get there. These research companies are well aware of the libels risks with these allegations. They would not have issued this report without thoroughly making sure of their facts before publishing this report. Almost 100% of the time these allegations turn out to be true.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Doesn't look like the market is buying VNET's flimsy response to these very serious allegations.