You do know, don't you, that this company has produced nothing viable in 33 years? There have been people who have been born and who have died without ever seeing a product from Cel-Sci. You're asking for three or four more years as if the clock started yesterday. It didn't.
Okay. I assume your advice to investors then would be to wait two more years. Did you happen to hold this stock before the last reverse split, and if so, what's your actual price per share now? 7 cents? Given that, what will the price be two years from now, all things being equal.
So really, the company should know what those stats are right now. Is that what you're saying? Cel-Sci should have SOME results to report, wouldn't you think? Of course, going back to the H1N1 debacle, Cel-Sci never reported ANY results, and all they were dealing with was a test tube.
But you don't know, do you. You're just speculating. But Cel-Sci knows, and they're not saying anything to the stockholders.
Fine. I'll accept your math. So what happened to, say, the 200th patient enrolled. Still alive? Dosed? Dead? It's been years, for Pete's sake. What happened to patients 200 through 500? Are they still awaiting treatment? Not even the biggest pumper on this board can offer an answer.
I don't have any money invested in this. So what happened to the first patient enrolled? Do you know? Did he or she die? Was he or she cured? You're invested in this and you don't know the answer? Or why you can't get an answer from the company?
that's about two-thirds of the goal, which means it will probably be another two years before full enrollment. Does that mean they are going to start dosing the patients when they reach that goal? What happened to the patients that enrolled three years ago? Did any of the die waiting for treatment? Or did they get treated and sent home? Don't you think that Cel-Sci knows the results of those early tests? Does this actually make any sense to anyone on this board?
The first word of your post says it all. In 32 years of research and refinancing, "if" has never turned into "when."
I think the earnings news is going to be good because the shorts, who seem to know things before the general public does, have been beating the price down. They always do that before good news is released to the rest of us. I'm looking for a quick trade profit next week.