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jeff4iam4 63 posts  |  Last Activity: 2 hours 14 minutes ago Member since: Jun 29, 2009
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  • Reply to

    Chirp Chirp

    by jeff4iam4 Dec 17, 2014 4:24 PM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 2 hours 14 minutes ago Flag

    It just means that I am not popular on this board. The obvious reason is that this board is dominated by bashers who do not agree with anything positive said about PPHM. Why? Well the reason why is obvious, they either are short PPHM or they have a personal grudge against the company or company management. Doubt many of them look beyond the balance sheet or personal history of the BOD....surely their science backgrounds and abilities to understand advanced biological science methedology is certainly lacking in that group. The Yahoo message board has a long history of being dominated by daytraders, only a very small percentages of true investors. So, it makes sense that domination of the board by the group of bashers will be common when the stock price falls or sits at yearly lows for a long time. And when it pops big, daytraders touting the virtues of PPHM as if they had been in it all along will be the dominating group. To tell you the truth, when I used to daytrade (almost always a long) this YMB was important to me. With PPHM and now that I have turned to be a true blue investor with PPHM, not so much. I find IHub much better and classier with a more refreshing discussion usually going on. This particular board on Yahoo has turned to the dogs and isn't really worth reading anymore. I find I only check it on average three to five times a week when I have a few minutes to spare. I like a good arguement and absolutely love exposing idiots like DJ whenever I can....of course, he kind of makes it easy on me with his theories of BK within a year or less.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 4 hours ago Flag

    Fido,

    Although I applaud at least the appearence to actually show some neutrality in your post (for a change), I do believe that your list is still a bit short. There are other possibilities that you neglect. For instance, it could be simply that with all the options they have amassed themselves (and they are quite generous to themselves at our ....meaning those of us who are long...expense) they have no need for additional shares. I mean, how much money does one need? If PPHM is truely going to be as big as many of us think, each BOD and senior management will be worth multiple tens of millions (possibly hundreds of millions) of dollars each. Why bother throwing your regular money out there if there isn't need for it, you and your family can only spend so much and once you get close to $50+ million, then it is just a greed thing and maybe these guys are just not into being on the Forbes 500 list. Yes, it would show confidence in the company if they bought more shares on the open market, but again, why put more money into it than you have to if you are extremely confident that the company will do well in the not too distant future. As for King, I can see why he wanted to keep price low until his divorce was final, no sense in giving her more ammunition and making the lawyers even richer off his back. Which brings up another point, a lot of bashers claim management is making so much money each year off their salaries. I am sorry, but the options they own are where the big money will be made and those options are only worth anything if the company makes it big....so if this were a scam, why bother with huge options at all? No, PPHM is legit, they are moving forward at a reasonable time frame for a biotech and are on track to making PPHM a big name. Those of us who stick it out will be rewarded handsomely. Simple as that.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Not so Chirp Chirp today

    by jeff4iam4 Dec 18, 2014 3:50 PM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 18, 2014 4:05 PM Flag

    I did not delete my post....never delete my own posts. A classic move by the resident bashers is to delete their posts I usually respond to, which in turns deletes my posts. It is their way of trying to silence their critic. I guess what I have to say makes too much sense, so therefore I am a threat to them. No problem. Well, lunch is over, back to work.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Seems our resident bashers are back in full force. Kind of makes you wonder why they were absent pretty much most of late morning and early afternoon yesterday. My theory is that they had their annual X-mas (Notice I didn't say Christmas as I highly doubt these lowlifes would recognize Christ and what he did for everyone) party and thus were busy eating, drinking and being merry. Boiler-room groups have to cut loose and have an annual holiday party like most other offices. It seems a plausible explanation as any other for their absence yesterday.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 by jeff4iam4 Dec 17, 2014 4:24 PM Flag

    Wow, just checking the board today for the first time at the end of my lunch break (late lunch for those who are keeping track). Wow, awful silent here today.....let me check the stock price. Ohhhh, I see, the price of PPHM is way up....that explains it. All the bashers who dominate this almost worthless message board have gone into hiding. Rest assured they will be back in full force the second PPHM's price starts to fall again....obviously claiming soon to be BK, management is pulling a scam on the stupid longs, etc. As one basher here often states..."You can't make this stuff up!"

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 16, 2014 2:31 PM Flag

    Ah, but here is the rub....you just posted that it was likely SABOTAGE! So, under your scenerio, it was sabotage, but you are just placing blame on current management...that they are in cahoots with another entity. Totally different than saying there was no sabotage. So are you conceeding that there was sabotage yet or not? Hey, anything is possible....however your scenerio seems more outlandish than almost all the others regarding hedge fund or a BP being involved, but I guess it can be possible. I mean, it is possible that the mafia killed JFK, that the twin towers in NY were rigged by the government with explosives, aliens from other worlds really exists, that DJ (from this message board) isn't really a crazy SOB....but all the real evidence point to them being just kooky theories. But, if one wants to try hard enough, I guess a person can convince themselves that it really could have happened that way.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 16, 2014 1:19 PM Flag

    And this notion that shareholders won't see a dime. Well, maybe as the share price increases, but yeah, they will not see a direct settlemement. That is normal for almost all cases like this. If shareholders wanted direct cash for what they lost, they need to file suit on their own. Also standard proceedure. Unfortunately, few will because they do not have the means to fund such a pursuit....and regardless, even when winning, it may be tough to prove actual losses in terms of dollars and even if you did, the risk vs reward is not likely to be profitable as the lawyers would end up getting a large chunk of the settlement and you will likely walk away even poorer than before. And the risk that you could lose and end up with a huge loss paying for the lawyer...well, not many would bother.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 16, 2014 1:14 PM Flag

    Wow Fido, when you put your blinders on, they are stuck there with permanent glue, huh? Talk about stubborn. Please tell me you are not shorting PPHM without a hedge....because unlike DJ and a few others, you sometimes show an intelligence above the IQ of a hamster....just barely though. Cloaked put up a really good case that any rational person would find difficult to debunk....but then again, I did say "rational person". Sabotage is applicable here....by its definition. Depositions are an intrument where a person given one is sworn in and they are held accountable by the court by what is said. The evidence clearly shows that there was no way it was an accidental switch of labels, it was deliberate. The deliberate action caused failure of the system, in this case the trial results were tainted. That creates the case of sabotage where there is "an act or process tending to hamper or hurt". In this case, the intentional mislabeling of the vials was an act or process....the trial was hampered because the results were scewed as the 3 mg arm now had to be compared to the placebo arm that was tainted with doses of 1mg Bavi....rendering the statistical significant 3 mg arm results to suddenly be not as statistically significant. Ergo, it hendered the trial. This by definition is "sabotage". Your only case being that there is not actual proof that the act was intentional, yet depositiojns have shopwn that witnesses says it was. Also, that PPHM did not claim sabotage. There may be reasons for that as well because PPHM might be able to get a larger settlement by blaming the company instead of the act of an individual....after all, if the company had been following its standard security proceedures better, this individual likely wouldn't have gotten as far as she did.
    But you go ahead and keep your blinders on and yell from the mountain-tops that there is technically no proof of sabotage...it won't matter in a few months anyway.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 15, 2014 2:38 PM Flag

    Bob, Just for the record, CALTRANS actually does a good job fixing pot holes...from what I have seen. Please do not be confusing local roads with State Highways, they are done by different agencies. Caltrans typically only works on highways and freeways, not local roads. I know local agencies have problems with funding and so many local roads are in deep disrepair. Often it is an issue with funding. Also, it is Maintenance that works on repair of roads. I work in design...we design the projects that improve roads so they are safer and more efficient...and so they last longer without failure. So, you can try and talk to me about pot holes, but really that is a different department that I have no control over. I am sorry that your wife is also ill. My wife has been suffering from severe seizures since she was 15. Basically the damage over the years has left her somewhat #$%$ as she has less than 10% memory of anything more than 3 years ago. She recalls nothing about our wedding or early years of marriage and I fear three years after I am gone, she likely will not remember anything about me. Still, I do love her (she is still very pretty...and 9 years younger than myself) and I will continue to take care of her until I go to meet my creator. Hopefully PPHM will make me enough cash that I can leave her in good hands and she can live her remaining days in comfort and with specialized care.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 15, 2014 12:32 PM Flag

    Nope, wife is ill with epileptic seizures today. But thanks for asking. As usual, deflect from the issue with a personal attack on me. Why not go the extra step as bashers often threaten to do and find out where I work and confirm what days I work, whether a post was made on my designated breaks or lunch period. I am one of the good government employees. I actually do my job, I do it well and the quality of my work is outstanding. I also get regular offers from private consultants who I work with asking me to come work for them....because the quality of my work is excellent. I politely refuse as I still have two to four more years untill retirement....and I am not looking for change at this point. I don't post from company computers and I always post when I am on my break or lunch period or on vacation or sick leave. Pull up my history and you will find I do not post during work days that often, just once in awhile....and I have been doing it more often lately because I have so many vacation days that I am being forced by management to take time off before the end of this month as we have a cap on our vacation time we can hold. And believe me, I pay a lot in taxes as well, so I am also concerned about "our" tax dollars not being wasted.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 15, 2014 12:10 PM Flag

    I don't recall saying management is scaring investors away....can see hedge funds and others doing it though....which may be where some of you bashers may be coming from....either that or you are just small retail who went short and now do their best to influence others to sell and hope it drops the share price so you can cover for a nicer profit. Seriously, for years on many stock message boards I have often wondered why people stick around day after day attacking others on a message board (often with hundreds of posts per month) of a stock they neither own or are short. You would think that either they are just really bored with life or they at least have a personal vendetta against the company. A couple of people I can see in that category, but surely not all of you bashers. So, what is left....people who are either short PPHM or work for some entity that is short PPHM or at least trying to limit appreciation of SP so the entity can do cheaper accumulation. TRhere seems not many other options. So bashers, where will you show your true colors....telll us why you continue to post here day after day. Me, I am long and very positive on PPHM....I hide nothing. I do not daytrade PPHM. I am an investor and I think PPHM's future is quite bright, despite the so called short comings of management.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    DOWN .08

    by brad_pitts_betterlooking_brother Dec 15, 2014 11:27 AM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 15, 2014 12:02 PM Flag

    "What, have people finally started to wonder where the funding for this expansion is coming from?
    No partner?" Why not ask why they need to expand? I mean, only two reasons to expand. 1) You have customers needing your services and you cannot meet their demand with current facilities. 2) you are extremely confident that your drug in Phase 3 will be approved and you will need plenty of drug to meet the demand as you go to market to sell it. It could also be a combination of both. Either way, it means more revenue for PPHM, which helps the balance sheet. But I digress, the issue with you is paying for it. So, how much do you think this expansion will cost? Also, they have over $60 million in cash just sitting there. However, if they have to issue more preferred shares, as long as that dilution realized from that actually goes to production and increased revenues, then the dilution will be made up through higher stock price. So, at worst a push, right? No, can't be correct, it doesn't fit your basher agenda. Best to just provide a pointed attack and make sure you do not acknowledge ANY information that goes against your deceptive post....that will just not do!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Big guys want cheap shares

    by adman_q8 Dec 11, 2014 9:46 AM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 11, 2014 10:56 AM Flag

    Poor DJ,

    He just doesn't get it.....NOBODY listens to the crap he writes. I read his posts only because I need to humorous content....unfortunately, sometimes it isn't quite so funny as it is sad....that someone can be such an idiot and yet not really know it. He kind of reminds me of one of my grandchildren in that he just opens his mouth and says things very loudly just because he wants to be noticed, all the while everybody around him is wishing he would just shut his trap because he is nothing short of annoying.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Big guys want cheap shares

    by adman_q8 Dec 11, 2014 9:46 AM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 11, 2014 10:52 AM Flag

    Hey DJ,

    Don't you ever get tired of opening your big mouth and proving to everybody once again how moronic you are? Why don't you do something constructive with your life and go clean your toilets or something.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Anyone fall for the dip??? LOL

    by asmarterwookie Dec 10, 2014 10:30 AM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 10, 2014 2:36 PM Flag

    Wow, dumbwook, you are just missing my points, aren't you.

    First, don't put words in my mouth that I said "spelling does count in life", especially after I just saud that it makes your message clearer, but doesn't mean the message is less deserving....more or less. Missed point by you, but understandable considering your being a moron and extremely bias and defensive being as how weak your arguments are.

    Second, sabotage as it is used commonly today has expanded interpretations, especially in this day and age where people are adding new slang meanings to old words...this is clearly one of those cases. Regardless, obstructing is the part of the definition that applies here. Sabotage is actually from workers in Holland (I believe) who threw their wooden shoes in the machinery to cause havoc and stop production. Sounds similar enough to labeling vials wrong to stop production of Bavi as the company would likely have failed if they had not salvaged the data. And I told you, criminal charges will likely not be brought unless the DA can prove intentinal criminal act. That will not be proven because these people who did this are too good to get caught and Jeanette just needs to plead the 5th and nothing will come to her.

    Again, you cloud the truth from your mind because of your bias and your agenda. Case closed, nothing else for you to say. Smart people know what likely happened. You are like the crowd who still believe OJ didn't kill his ex-wife..everybody who isn't stupid knows he did it, but there will always be that idiot moronic part of the population who thinks he is a saint and completely innocent.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Anyone fall for the dip??? LOL

    by asmarterwookie Dec 10, 2014 10:30 AM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 10, 2014 1:15 PM Flag

    I would like to chime in here. First point, it is sabotage, not sabatage....just for those who actually care about spelling correctly....not that spelling in any way diminishes the message, it just makes it clearer to relay the message. Second, you will very unlikely find any "facts" that unequivocally "prove" sabotage. However, you also have no proof or facts that say there was no sabotage. It is clear however, based on several depositions from numerous people (not just one), that Jeanette switched vials not once but over numerous occasions and that the switch could not have been done accidentally with the procedures that were in place. Several witnesses have provided clear statements that she did this deliberately, but did not know her motive for doing so. Was she paid to do it, was it that she was mentally disturbed, a revenge act against her employer?....nobody knows. It is clear that we will likely never know if a BP was involved or even a hedge fund because they will have covered their tracks too well...there will have been third and fourth parties doing the transactions with no paperwork or personal knowldge of each other to point fingers at. And I know you bashers claim other depositions must be valid to accept the depositions of those against Jeanette, depositions by former PPHM employees who make claims against PPHM management. However, those depositions have a perceived bias within them already and they are individual statements with no other other depositions backing up their specific claims....where the sabotage issue has several depositions from several people, who would be more apt to cover up than lie to save their company, who corroborate the same story. So, based on what has been presented, sabotage has not been "proven" with facts, but the overwhelming evidence and eyewitness statements do support that there was sabotage. You bashers refuse to believe it because you cloud your eyes to the truth because it doesn't fit your agenda.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Anyone fall for the dip??? LOL

    by asmarterwookie Dec 10, 2014 10:30 AM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 10, 2014 11:27 AM Flag

    Now now NU64solak, please don't insult "dumb" people by calling onedumbwookie dumb. I mean really, even dumb people are smarter than that idiot. Whoops, there I go insulting idiots by saying onedumbwookie is an idiot. Hmmm, would it be an insult to morons if I called him a moron? Hmmm.....

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 9, 2014 10:30 AM Flag

    Not sure how you are spending MY money there DJ. I am in the black with PPHM, always have been as the bulk of my purchase was in the 80 to 90 cent range after September 2012. But, I will agree with your first assessment as to your mental state, the part where you say "Yea Jeffy, I am crazy"...although to be nit picky, the "yea should actually be "yeah" if the contect of what you are trying to convey is agreement.

    And calling me an idiot when you are the one saying PPHM would be BK by summer 2014, then end of 2014 and now by 2015 when PPHM has NO DEBT, has $70 million in cash, owns a subsidary manufacturing facility worth around $80 to $100 million (from what I am told), and has numerous vehicles (ATM and preferred shares and if need be ability to take out loans) to raise cash. I am sorry, but BK wouldn't even be possible for a minimum of 5 to 7 years if PPHM completely struggled. So, either you are the real idiot or you are a very disturbed individual who is lying and cannot be trusted. I personally believe it is the later.

    And as I have written in the recent past, the PPS doesn't mean a thing right now unless you are a daytrader, PPHM is nearing the finish line and although we are not quite there yet, we are doing well and are completely on track to finish this race and we will be the victors.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 8, 2014 6:00 PM Flag

    Ah DJ, I see that your insane ramblings have not diminished. You are still as demented as you usually are. So, what happened to the BK by end of summer of 2014.....then by end of this year? Oh wait, now it will be BK sometime in 2015, right? Care to give us a month in 2015 that PPHM will go bust, just so we have it on record as the date keeps being pushed out. I am going to leave plenty of room in the record to keep adding dates....you know, like 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020...etc. Still, I have to wonder how a company with no debt, $70 million in cash, full ownership of a subsidary company worth at least $100 million, and of course plenty of vehicles to raise additional cash is supposed to go BK in such a short time frame. But then again, I am not insane like you, so naturally it does not make sense to me.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    This stock.....

    by bknowsbs Dec 8, 2014 1:09 PM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Dec 8, 2014 5:54 PM Flag

    IVstations,

    I never implied that a drug that makes it to Phase 3 is rubber stamped by the FDA....that is your lame attempt to put words in my mouth. It is true that most drugs fail in the Phase 1 and 2 (usually due to safety concerns) and that a lot of drugs also fail in Phase 3 (usually due to efficiency). My point is that Bavi is not a regular drug, it actually does work and now that we have a clearer understanding of the MOA, we know it can now be tailored to work even better than what we were trying before. There is no safety concern with Bavi and all recent evidence indicates that Bavi will extend the MOS by more than enough to get FDA approval...may even be head banging-WTH-whoop it up excellent results. The only thing that may stop Bavi's approval would be statistical significance not meeting the design criteria, but even that is not likely to happen as the Phase 3 trial was designed for lower end points and the FDA approved the trial design. It would appear you and others here give at best a 50/50 chance (most bashers say no chance as in zero %) of Bavi getting approval in Phase 3. Based on the science and data we have from previous trials, it would appear that you bashers either ignore this information or are totally oblivious to it. In my opinion, it is more likely a 95% chance of approval and only a 5% chance of failure....and that is being conservative. In short, I like the odds here...very much. Garnick also likes the odds, otherwise, why would he continue to stick with Bavi and put his great reputation on the line for a low chance drug at the end of his career? If you disagree, that is fine, we will all wait until first and second look ins and see what we will see, but I am extremely confident you are wrong.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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