"I posted plenty of times in the past month or so that $1.65 is my target." yes you did. I also have posted many times in the past 20 years that the country is going down the drain. I see you have posted 2x in the past week your target of 1.65. A prediction. The stock was at what, 1.83 or so?
Rasputin, my favorite Mad Monk under the Czar, always told me that people will not believe a prediction unless it relates back in time at least a minute or two. So if your prediction lasts more than that, make sure nobody can examine the facts." i swear he told me that. I also swear I think you are being a little out of character to trade here and there.
Giz, you know I love you, but please do me a favor: Let me know your predictions in real time. Real time is a funny concept due to our own concept of human memory. "Two months ago I said.....and now, I told you so." Still respect you, but now that the stock is at 1.68.....let me know in real time where you say the bottom and top is. Please. Nobody cares. You cannot influence the buying and selling at all, so put it out on the wire. Then we have your record to review. Should coulda woulda. best, ko
ahrdee says he is long.
arhdee says based on his calculations, the efficacy range is 600 mg
Doctor M who has 2 billion dollar cancer drugs to his credit, says the company is looking at efficacy somewhere in the 100 to 200 mg dosage. But, this is why they are testing the drug, to see.
arhdee says the CEO says the max tolerated dose will be somewhere over 100 mg, which by definition is woefully shy of his own straw man, or his own range of 600 mg.
arhdee says there is something rotton in denmark therefore, and Leo is sinister quite possibly, but he ain't selling (his supposed) long position, despite his calculations.
arhdee has not disclosed in what school he received his degree in molecular biology.
arhdee says he has had these secret reservations now and the decline of the stock has nothing to do with anything, but he want to disclose this issue for the first time, not when he discovered the duplicity when the stock was much higher, all of which, again, is based on his educational background, vs. that of Dr. M.
my conclusion: keyboards are dangerous. If you watch a football game from the 800 level, which is way up there, a lot of people have opinions. All actually. Is 600 mg the level when effectiveness kicks in, per this poster?
Wednesday, October 09, 2013 12:12:20 PM
Re: Ahrdee post# 43340
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Ahrdee, the only thing you can know is your own appetite for risk. Everyone here is just speculating. If Dr Menon thinks that 100 mg is an important level then it is. The people trying to figure out the correlation between the mouse studies and the DF trial in humans are out of their minds. It amazes me how people who may have taken 1 semester of organic chemistry 20 years ago are trying to out think Dr Menon. That said, what I'm looking at are the behavioral and action clues. I paid a lot of attention to the body language and facial expressions of Leo and Dr M at the R & R conference. I'm looking at the content and tone of the press releases/ interviews etc. compared to baseline. I'm looking at the decision to now move towards up listing, the use of precious assets for an acquisition, the decision to progress Prurisol in a way that does not unlock value in the short term, the decision to essentially fold Kard into CTIX, hiring additional staff etc. Everything is pointing to a high level of confidence and optimism in Leo and Dr M. You'll learn more from those things than doing mouse to human conversions. Have a great day!
Jimmy Rogers, Paul Van Eeden and Martin Arstrong, three huge gold bulls all contend, based on different methods, that the POG will challenge 1000. I was a gold bull over a decade ago, and remember beign frustrated that it would not, and could not break above 300 bucks an ounce. Count me in their camp. It appears that until most of the little miners are left for dead, this gold bear market will not be over. Remember how long the last one lasted: 20 years. Do you think this 12 year gold bull market will correct itself in a mere year or 18 months? This is just my opinion. At the bottom of the last gold bear you could pick up great values for pennies on the dollar.
no question it will make for a good move, but now I see I typed my area code and phone number by mistake. I got 620 shares today, not the area code and first series included.
Mon, Sep 30, 2013 5:00 PM EDT
Symbol Price Change
AUN.V 1.83 -0.13
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Sept. 30, 2013) - Aurcana Corporation (TSX VENTURE:AUN)(AUNFF) ("Aurcana" or the "Company") wishes to announce that Dr. Sadek El Alfy, Vice President Operations, has left Aurcana Corporation. The Company would like to wish him every success in his future endeavors.
I am very pleased that Mr. Kaczmarek has agreed to accept this position and help us build a world class management team.
what is the burn rate here, 12 million, 3 years do the math, they will need a serious financing in 2.5 years from now.
Darth, I expect the POG to go below 1K, and POS to easily hit 13 bucks a share. Do the math here. This will take time. The current drift down will take several years, perhaps 3. Can this company withstand these losses? I know they mothballed one mine.
will say why later
You always want young men from north america, guys who are smart and hungry and in their late 30s, 40s or 50s. When you get in your 60s, you start getting a retirement plan type of philosophy on the job. As in, " if i keep my salary at Aumn, and I mulitiply, this is my money in X number of years." Get rid of this crew. duh.
critcket, i do not know how difficult it is to be the ceo or his management team. I have no idea. But the BIG PART of owning a small cap is taking a flyer, a risk, with manegment you believe it. Clearly these guys wanted everybody the past 3 years (since their previous bankruptcy) to take a risk with them. So these guys got control of two properties, one in Mexico and another in Argentina. Still, they asked shareholders to believe in them and their game plan. I am okay with all of this, to say the least. The problem is, they paid themselves royally. ROYALLY. So now we experience the other end of the equation; the market sucks. The commodity price plummets. Do these guys give back? NOT A PRAYER IN THE WORLD. THEY ARE OLD GUYS, OLD PEOPLE EXECUTIVES....THEY CAN SEE THE RETIREMENT WINDOW. NO WAY THEY WILL GIVE BACK ANY SALARY. No way. They are like pigs at the trough, hogging. They are planning retirement. They will NEVER EVER GIVE BACK A DIME. Every single day this company is in business is a day closer to Friday. What is Friday? a day when they get their most recent check. Clevenger is either a nice guy or a chump or a jerk. Regardless, this is the definition of horrible management.
My buddies see my girls and they get all worked up, like it is some Nirvana for Nero thing, but I tell the, hey, we simply share ourselves, me and my Ukrainian Gals. No fuss, no muss. We believe in god and jesus and a good nuclear family, with a little twist to it. My girls laugh.
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Tuesday, October 08, 2013 2:53:57 PM
Re: BenjaminN post# 43239
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Ben, good post, real clean and simple. Good mind too, but do not mean to sound haughty or whatever. Perhaps it is the clarity of your simple declarative sentences, active tense. anyway,... I only post 1x per day, but want to pass many compliments to Teedlum's recent post, fwiw, and yes I wish him the very best and yes he can write!
I believe and say that Leo could jack the share price up significantly now if he wanted an average deal. If share price pops and action were what he was interested in. He does not an avg deal, he wants what he has said, the best deal for him and for us. I speculate he is waiting. Big Pharma vultures are watching. I hope he does nothing until cohort 6 is done and revealed. If the share price tumbles (I do not think it will), I am okay with 'dat. On October 16 I will be back in the market, buying like a Mad Hatter. The reasons for this decline are not company specific. The fickleness, or fecklessness, of regular joes in the market, as retail owners. No big deal at all. Let them game and scheme and tame and preen, about their trading strategies. Hey, they have been big winners now almost this entire year. Kudos.
We have no tutes in the stock. As a 30 year big market winner and big market loser, none of my spidey senses are tingling, not even a tiny bit. They always do when I smell a rat. Always, time tested over hundreds of stocks. Without these instincts or senses, I would have been out of the market eons ago. I know quite a few people are did not have these senses, and they are long long gone, like the crews that have followed them, long gone also. I must like the market! But the people selling here are cutting down their share ownership, seeing other opportunities perhaps, other pretty girls, maybe worried about the general market perhaps, maybe getting whacked by something person specific, who knows, but the selling has nothing to do with company fundamentals.
Here, at CTIX, things are quite the opposite of a flunky small cap going sideways or down. I look at this as, you guessed it...........another buy opportunity! It really is. I know, I know, we need another buy opp like a headache, but it is. It will eventually go way up. Way.
CDC Study Finds Current Approach is Ineffective and Costs Billions
NovaBay Submits Comments to the FDA Regarding Antibacterial Therapies
EMERYVILLE, Calif., Oct. 7, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dr. Ron Najafi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NovaBay Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NYSE MKT:NBY) is calling for a new approach to tackle the growing crisis of antibiotic resistance. A groundbreaking report just released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has found that each year, more than 2 million people in the U.S. become infected with bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics. More than 23,000 of them die from those infections.
The conventional response to this crisis is to develop new antibiotics, Dr. Najafi explained. But creating new antibiotics is difficult and microbes quickly adapt and become resistant to even the most powerful news drugs. Some strains of disease-causing bacteria now are resistant to every antibiotic available. The cost of resistance is now $20 billion per year in excess direct health care spending, plus as much as $35 billion a year in lost productivity, according to the CDC.
That's why Dr. Najafi and NovaBay are suggesting a new approach. "Our novel approach to this crisis is to create next-generation, synthetic molecules that mimic the natural agents that our bodies use to fight infection and do not give rise to resistance," said Dr. Najafi.
NovaBay has described this approach in a response to the FDA's industry request for comments regarding anti-bacterial therapies. The development of non-antibiotic antimicrobials would allow classical, topical antibiotics to be replaced with these new treatments. "Reducing a portion of the massive quantity of antibiotics now being used and that find their way into the environment has the potential to significantly slow the development of antibiotic resistance," said Dr. Najafi.
NovaBay's approach would help achieve one of the CDC's main recommendations: use fewer antibiotics. The CDC report points out that bacteria naturally evolve to be resistant to drugs, so resistance "can be slowed but not completely stopped." The way to slow the development of that resistance is to use antibiotics less frequently. Yet now, the CDC notes, up to half of antibiotic use in humans and much of antibiotic use in animal feed is unnecessary. The CDC report, Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States, 2013, is available here.
agentorange, I am currently watching the original Lost in Space (man am I) from the 60s and sure enough, Will Robinson and Dr. Smith and the Robot are currently fighting this incredible Horned Monster, and guess what? You guessed it: another reference at the very end of this battle to Molydenum's incredible properties............ this time for invisibility! Yup: it can turn you invisible if properly controlled by alien technology. Adding more GMO tomorrow.
agentorange, I figured you might have some specialized knowledge about this: is it true that Molyidenum can kill an entire valley of cows, and make the Mexican townspeople want to sell their homes for pennies on the dollar, to bully White MEN who want to steal their farms but do not know about the nefarious cattle killing properties of either molyibdenum (or chemical weapons for that matter)? Richard Boone was one tough paladin of a cowboy, who also was a part time killer gunfighter, Mexican homesteader saver, and brilliant backyard chemist in his spare time. Awesome.