I agree. Only have a couple of people on ignore - for nasty antisocial behavior.
"wow" seems more like the penny stock bulk spammers than someone with any interest in nwbo.
Give it a rest. You pulled a number out of your backside, and apparently think that if you repeat it 50M times people will believe it.
Data says you are wrong.
End of last August 8/31 - 10,375,831
End of January 1/29/16 - 11,722,476
That's a 13% in NASDAQ reported short interest, while the stock price dropped 80%.
Not a legal expert, but I have been watching markets for 30+ years. Convictions for securities fraud are rare. For every high profile conviction (Madoff, Martha Stewart), there are dozens of cases with a slap on the wrist or nothing at all.
While I agree that AF is annoying and slanted, he has done nothing likely to result in legal action, civil or criminal.
Here's your quote from 8/19 when the price closed at 9.61
"Thanks Shorty - You are the "wind beneath our wings" LOL!
You better cover what you can - when you can! LOL! - stupid shorty - still exposed many many millions of shares on the next great scientific breakthrough in health! - THE begining of the cure to cancer! If "B is better" just wait til we're working on L, M, N, O, P...LOL!!!!"
You have been singing the same tune for months, and wrong the whole way down. I feel sad for you.
Nice to see there is intelligent life here.
Your turn to try to explain that to finn.joseph. Be forewarned that he seems to have little or no investment background.
Here's a serious recommendation. Read Burton Malkiel's book "A Random Walk Down Wall Street". You really need to educate yourself on index investing, because you clearly do not have a clue.
Indexes (and index funds) are based on a mechanical set of rules, usually based on market cap or float. There is no company-specific research or due diligence involved.
Wrong. AVXL is owned by the Vanguard US Total Stock Market index fund. It is part of the CRSP US Total Market Index, which is what the Vanguard fund follows.
Let's use Vanguard as an example. AVXL is the CRSP US Total Market Index. Since the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund follows the CRSP US Total Market Index, it holds AVXL.
That's how passive (index) investing works. No research, just own the index constituents in the appropriate weights, while keeping costs as low as possible.
While I understand your frustration, this is pretty unlikely.
Neither Dr Liau or UCLA has a responsibility to nwbo shareholders. They are likely annoyed that a communication intended for a medical audience is getting play in the investment press, and worse, being interpreted by an audience with insufficient medical expertise.
They're index funds. If a stock is in the index, they own it.
Do not interpret this as any kind of research endorsement.
ROTFL. Do you seriously believe that a blog comment would influence a portfolio manager?
Thank you for my laugh of the day.
Senti, I've given nwbo credit for positives like clean financings from Woodford. Outside of that, there have been a lot of things promoted and spun (anecdotal data, blogs, conferences), but nothing real.
Just calling it like I see it.
G&A expense went up quite a bit, probably above expectations.
If the burn rate remains at that elevated level, avxl has only about 3 quarters of cash. They would have to do a cash raise sooner than the market previously expected, and in a weak market for biotech.
I'll go with Luke Keuchly for SB MVP.
Just back from Colorado where folks were hopeful and enthusiastic, but not too confident.
Who does wow remind you of? Familiar silly topic (naked shorts). Total lack of any foundation. Not many people use the annoying style of 10-12 posts/bumps in a row.
I think I know who it is.
Here's another failed prediction about additional funds from Woodford.
You have also been accused of pumping nwbo, gnsz, and several others, all with very good reason
You know I am not one to support nttg (or any of his dozens of aliases), but I think he has this short term pump absolutely correct. It is manipulation related to the warranr transaction.