we shall see in a few hours. As for me, i am here fore a multi-bagger! i am a bagholder, yes, but a happy one! good luck longs.
Connect the dots. Future is becoming clearer
Crazy. This thing will likely be a multi-bagger. The whole low-hanging fruit analogy is about to come to fruition. I say grab some more shares at these levels, and then sit back and enjoy an ice-cold 4th of July brew with friends, and ponder the rockets' red glare! Happy Fourth of July!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
excellent that you brought this to our attention! thanks.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Pyar is correct. I googled the magazine issue he said. The article is on pages 64 and 65. The article does quote Matt Vincent. The quote posted by pyar is what the magazine printed. 30 pts treated and more than half showed visual improvement, some modest and others spectacular.
OMG, what til next week!!!!!!! This is an unmet medical need.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
This is not a time to be on the sidelines headed into the weekend. One never knows what next week announcement could be, and then it'll be paying alot to get in, and you'll be down on yourself for not acting sooner! Good luck. I will be taking to the beach this weekend with friends and family. Hoping for good weather, and pondering rising share prices for several stocks as I make splash around and relax in the sand! Enjoy folks!
You would not, could not buy these shares! But , would you buy some on a plane? Or, would you buy some on a train? Would you buy some on a box, or would you buy some with a fox? No, you would not, could not on a box or with a fox...or on a plane or on a train! You would not buy ACT at all, because you believe the price will fall. You've warned us all, you have indeed. You're concerned for us that the stock will bleed. I appreciate your admonition, but I still think Lanza's science will come to fruition. And soon if the price goes to 25 cents, the whole board will see your post for nonsense. One of Santa's reindeer is Dasher, and you must be a message board basher! Good luck longs. Gotta get to the office. Just finished my breakfast of Green eggs & ham!
Contrary to the well-known axiom of don't put all your eggs in one basket, putting all your HESC's in one basket looks better now than 6 months ago. However, remember risk:reward. Sky is the limit, but always know it could go south, too. I am hoping for the sky, but realize you could go to zero and lose everything. What would happen to the PPS tomorrow if a big dinosaur bone fell off the shelf and hit Dr Lanza on the head and he was in a coma (God Forbid!). Don't bet the farm if you can't afford to lose the farm.
Good Luck, I would lose to see excellent news published and have a multi-bagger stock on our hands!
Your post was an interesting read! Coincidentally, I left my hospital-owned IM practice this year and joined a nearby private practice. They don't take medicaid plans and no at-risk medicare advantage plans. I was nervous making such a drastic move from the hospital, but it looks like it will be the right move. I am honored and humbled by the number of loyal patients who have left the previous practice to follow me. Sad to leave behind many nice people whose insurance is no longer compatible with the new office.
I think PCPs have been brainwashed to believe that they need the hospital business structure to survive. What a relief that I no longer have to pay for overhead of multiple layers of administrators and businessmen salaries at the hospital. They attend meetings all day and conclude that the doctors, PAs, and NPs should work harder! The support structure should exist to assist the doctors to help the patients. Presently, many doctors feel enslaved that the hospital support structure that has entangled them. Doctors need to rethink the situation: it is really the hospital administrators/ businessmen who need the doctors, not vice versa. If you are not seeing a patient or operating on a patient or counseling a patient or booking a patient, or doing something that directly assists a patient.....then, you must be overhead!
From all that I can figure medically, ACTC has real and significant potential to help patients and reward shareholders, and we are going to witness significant growth in value very soon!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I remain willing to wait and hold my shareholder position with actc. The path to making this a successful and a respectable small biotech is certainly clearer now than a year ago. Despite the high price paid to resolve legacy issues, it appears healthier to put it all in the past for the sake of progressing forward unemcumbererd.
Peer review of a paper takes time. Just that simple. If data is to be significant, it has to be credible. Publication in a top journal will both advance widespread dissemination of any solid results and offer the backbone of its validity. This is worth waiting for.
I added to my position on last week's dip. Even without direct knowledge of the data yet, the management team with their B of D would not be going to these great lengths for nothing. World-renowned eye institutes, resolution of SEC matter, resolving the lawsuits, new CEO search, Heffernan and Langer on B of D, and no safety issues to date, and sustained RPE cell layer engraftment...I believe Caldwell's term of low-hanging fruit is about ripe! Recall also Lanza had made a comment even a year ago that the patients were wanting their other eye treated as well.
This news should give ACTC a boost today as well. Rising tide lifts all boats...we shall see if it is true!
Although it's certainly possible that I have been duped by management's words, as a doctor, I really do believe in this RPE stem-cell stuff. I believe it's a game changer, and there's a real potential to help many, many visually-impaired individuals in such a meaningful way. To me, it is worth the riskiness of the investment. Anyway, I prefer being a long-term investor to help the blind see, rather than owning stock, say for example, in a tobacco company with good earnings and a solid balance sheet!
Ted impressed me. He sounded sincere. He thanked the longterm shareholders twice in the CC. Everybody needs to understand that there's too much at stake to reveal TLD prematurely. They will do it we they are ready. End of story. I liked the clear plan of RS, and uplisting now that legacy issues are behind us. No more toxic financing. Tomorrow may be reactionary to the CC and be negative, but in next weeks to months I predict upward trend for pps. I am staying in, too much upside here to leave now IMO.