We've been in this rising channel now since our October closing lows of 3.94-3.98. We've hit the support on the lower line of the channel twice, in mid-Dec and mid-Feb. We hit the highs of the channel in Mid-Nov and mid-March. We've had two partial channel pullbacks this month, first to 6.60 on March 4th and intraday today to 7.25. Today's close at 7.61 was a great comeback from the lows of the day, touching the lower bollinger band, and bouncing off it. This mid-session reversal may very well forecast the end of the pullback. I was tempted to add shares today, but already have a full position. This post is for your benefit, I am holding regardless. IMHO.
You've added a new dimension to the sentiment "strong buy" on this board. Love your conviction, agree with you at these levels is a continued strong bet.
R1=17.57 we broke through this today March 17th, now just have to close above it, for a few consecutive closes.
R4=27.40 last resistance level to blue sky.
Friday was amazing, I watched as it hit the 50-dma at 2.51, having taken profits last time at 3.46. I got filled on 5,000 shares at 2.52 and by closing my shares were up 11.3%. Now I'm ready to resume the uptrend. Good luck longs!
Liz, your passion on accuracy and the integrity of your due diligence is admirable. Keep up the good posts, we appreciate it. Had that study been powered with more patients, it would have moved them ahead by at least a year or more, and could have met the primary endpoint.
Ha! Next thing I know you'll be posting on the BIOC and GENE boards as a new long there too. I've not got a positon here now, but have tried before, now looks like the right time. We may be early on OSIR, but I'd rather be early, started buying there mid-December. Good luck!
Correct, very intuitive guess! Strong bet on their sickle cell anemia disease. The other one is IGXT, going profitable this year. Maker of Versafilm products and Forfivo XL which is their first commercialized product driving their profitability.
I finished accumulating this week, I hope we've seen the lows. Let me share what I have done in my portfolio. I have developed a '4-legged stool' portfolio, where each 'leg' is a large position for me. I have 7 other 'trade-able' positions. I don't trade the 4-legs (IDRA is one of them) only add shares from time to time. The other 7 positions are where I exercise my urge for (short term) trading. This system gives me a measure of excitement, plus it satisfies my need to research and discover other (mostly younger but maybe newer) companies. This helps me keep my trading/technical/due diligence skills sharp. Designing this methodology has served me very well, this year I have a model portfolio with impressive gains. I have two 50,000 share positions in companies that I hope will grow into the next $5.00 stock, from the $0.50/share level. If they continue to bear out, these will be multi-year holds. That leaves 5 positions available for short term gains.
mgm2020, don't change a thing as to your posting here, everyone is responsible for their own trading decisions and sour grapes when the stock goes down are first offered to you, because you always post to the positive side of this Company and its projected very positive future. I think I speak for most longs here that we appreciate your contributions. The bird, well he belongs in the nut farm, I would not give him an ounce of credibility. Bird never posts anything to do within context of IDRA, (isn't a stock message board defined by a discussion of the stock itself?). Most of his posts are red thumbed they are so irrelevant.
To me the most important thing is this company hasn't performed as an investment, which is why I sold at 3.75 with most of my shares and 2.49 for the last 700 shares yesterday. Glad I'm out, feel sorry for holders here of size, it's been a rough road.
Did you get a reply yet? I have one question from your post, what does the 'rotf' mean in front of lmao?
Mo, you know it is, but it does cause one to question the buy and hold maxim. When you're holding size it is magnified what these moves bring to you, both directions.
successn_now62: Gloating is not attractive, there were a number of people not calling attention to themselves who also 'predicted' the move to $3.00. More importantly, are trial results that will keep us moving up, not a technical play. I will say I find your posts entertaining, and don't want to discourage you.
Thank you, American Depository Receipt shares, a U.S. dollar-denominated equity share of a foreign-based company.
The filing says they own 166,666,650 shares, yet the market cap of this company is 27.3 million. And the float is 5.66 million shares.
Hey dog, stop the CUR volume comparisons, that stock is dead, and we don't care about the volume there. This one won't disappoint and we know how to see volume of our trading activity here.
I used to be invested here with a substantial amount of my money, but I got smart and left to invest in HZNP, at $2.13 in March 2013. Today it is $22.50 and my other stocks like SYN and IDRA have doubled, and ATRS is below what I paid for it two years ago. No more buying opportunities for me, I sold my last 1,000 shares today that I was keeping as a place marker, so for me it's a final goodbye to ATRS. Good luck to the many good people here, I hope you see the light and have other holdings, this one has only disappointed investors.
You've got a great attitude, each day going forward, we wish you the very best in recovery and this SYN will take care of itself. Glad you got back in in time to see the best stock of 2015 ramps to many new 52-week highs.
After seeing what ACAD investors suffered through today, I am happy being on our snooze cruise here, knowing that the profitability ahead of us will be forthcoming. ACAD didn't have the revenues, it is all built around futures. Good luck fellow cruise patrons. After Q2, the boring part of our cruise will fade from memory.