Poll has been closed since before Xmas. AF is slacking off by not announcing the results.
Hope Santa was good to everyone, except a lump of coal for greedy Linda.
Another who knows nothing.
1) Never criticizes the science.
2) No low price targets
3) Never tells anyone to sell
Does that fit your basher/short model? You all must have failed the child's game of "which one of these is not like the others".
There's some thrashing day to day because it is fairly illiquid, but over the year MNRK has traded in a relatively tight range.
This is one of my calmer stocks.
Marry Christmas to bulls and bears, turtles and goats, and all the other folks here.
There is nothing to "come clean" about. Never has been.
I don't give a bleep what the PUMPERS think. Once you remove their dozens of accounts, there are only a few real investors left.
Another who knows nothing.
If you don't like my posts, just use the Ignore function.
In fact, I'd prefer that every PUMPER put me on Ignore. It might be possible to have civil discussion with the few real investors here.
We have found a point of agreement: "No one knows the number of naked shorts"
Obvious, yet that does not prevent Smith from talking BS, or abeta from quoting that BS endlessly here.
And let's not forget that Smith's claimed number of naked shorts was challenged on SeekingAlpha.
His answer was: silence. To put it politely, he declined to defend a number he pulled out of his $#*.
Just accept that I'm here. No reason for it to concern you. I'm done providing info for the PUMPER crew to childishly attack.
Some of the 8m shares sold short may be fully hedged convertible arbitrage.
That's a very different situation than if they are all speculative shorts.
One clear mistake is that the convertibles Cognate issued should not have been convertible so quickly. That's what caused the issue regarding "short swing" profits.
I made a complaint on the SEC website months ago about the lack of proper filings by Cognate and Toucan, exactly the issues covered by the recent filings. That complaint also included the issue of possible sale of unregistered securities if Cognate had sold.
Recent filings as coincidence? No, I don't believe in that kind of coincidence, nor do I believe the recent filings were voluntary disclosures or accidental oversights.
The flood of new Cognate/Toucan filings is no accident. They are being forced to disclose details they have covered up for years. Note that one Form 4 filing was for 12/22/08, another for 2011.
I suspect that the Cognate dispositions via convertible amount to sale of unregistered securities. Stay tuned to see if Linda is fined.
You are deluded. Linda is not buying shares with fresh cash. It's all Cognate, grants and warrants.
NWBO shareholders get diluted. She always owns 51% with no additional investment.
Linda owns and runs Cognate. No need to qualify with (basically). It is her private piggy bank.
The rash of backdated filings makes it clear that the SEC is actively involved. There has been an attempt to obfuscate the dealings between NWBO and Cognate, and now the picture is much clearer.
If you read the details of the NWBO/Cognate agreements, the shares paid by NWBO to Cognate are unregistered. The fact that unregistered shares were issued to a 3rd party (via convertible) is likely illegal to SEC. Wouldn't be surprised if Linda gets fined for sale of unregistered securities.
No position in NWBO. No affiliation with anyone having a position. My only current biotech holding is FBIOX.
I choose to be here. That's all anyone needs to know.
Do not follow Juno yet, but it might be worth some research.