lopop..nice talking to a gentleman. My argument really was meant to relate to those stocks that would be fairly close to making some kind of earnings and that was why I prefaced my remarks about limiting my discussion in just that area. Certainly news for a bio-tech is the key to initial higher prices. Enjoy your day and please apply your influential ways to get this stock out of the doldrums.
Darn it, I had removed you from the ignore list because I had been told you were removed from posting here due to your low IQ but here you are, cutting and clipping to suit your child-like responses. Okay, back to the big button but this time I will make sure it is permanent so that your infantile ways don't intrude upon the common sense threads on this board. Now go and take your pablum...BYE
My humble opinion only but in the matter of "where is the reverse stock split" can I comment. I feel that when a company is struggling to survive and as such shows no earnings at all such as our ONCS, that is not the time to employ that tactic. BECAUSE..for ex. if you have a fifty-cent stock with no EPS that is one reason it is at fifty-cents. Now you do a r/v of 1-10 and all of a sudden you have a $5 stock WITH NO EPS. My good man that stock price is in serious trouble. But if you could have earned say just a nickel in my example now after the r/v you have a $5 stock with earnings of 50 cents and there is nothing wrong with that. Yes, of course other elements may come into play such as sudden good news and a higher price ensues but my example stands I hope on simple math. Earnings =then r/v=sustainable price.
I don't try anything. Several posters here told me they appreciated a comment on the current futures market and I have tried to provide it. Then you come along indicating your distaste for such data. Please put me on ignore so you can get some sleep
--when i attempted to peruse the postings it began to smoke and release a terrible stench. Is it coincidence that in those several posts two were posted by abby and his alias Sickin? I unplugged the computer, gave it a rest and this time just read those two posts with the same results. I thought this board had been cleaned up things pretty good but they must have missed those pieces of human garbage.
I think your alias is befitting your line of thinking because you tend to place all comparisons in one bottle. I was careful to disassociate the reality from the myth in stating that even though there is no comparison between the two that the rumor nevertheless has had a temporary effect on the price of our stock.. Your mind is so blinded by past references that were not fair that you can't accept one that is so obvious and reduce your inane response to a lot of cursing which I guess to you means it strengthens your argument. man, do you have a lot to learn in the art of logical reasoning. ignore fits your style so I will apply that button now but not before asking how your family feels at the dinner table when you ask, "will one of you pass me the &$#@ butter? Hey if it makes you feel good and it sits right with your family members have at it fella.
Go to the Yahoo page and read the news items beneath the data pic above it. It was denied by the co. and came from some guy over on the Alpha website. It wasn't actually a test failure but an accusation by the author that the company was trying to cover-up some data that had taken place that would be a blow to the company. Read it and see if you look at the charts of both stocks INO and ONCS that even the rumor has done it's damage.
In sifting thru the recent comments circulated about INO and a failed test regarding t-cell effects (denied by the company) I have no doubt investor confidence was shaken in the process and responsible for our huge percentage drop in price. Doesn't matter that it is an issue for that company and not us, since if any doubt lingers in the minds of investors. we are going to pay a price. Usually such concerns are short-lived and I look forward to a higher price this week (nothing dramatic) and the famed $1.00 level this summer.
Most of the posting here has dealt with the basics of our progress or lack thereof in our efforts of discovery and well it should be but let me offer another side of the coin from a short term point of view affecting our stock price. If you will for the moment forget the medical jargon and concentrate just on the age old habits of the market place which has taken us to these levels. I use INO as part of my argument and not because it is a twin to ONCS. INO announced their intent to issue a r/v of 1/4 and that has yet to occur but is over-hanging the market. ONCS rumors are plentiful on the same subject and thus placing a cloud on price performance. INO released their EPS which was below expectations in dollars and cents which conforms to the figures just released by ONCS showing the loss has doubled from the same like period to 8 plus mill. from 4.5mill. I could go on but please consider these and other like similarities and look at the charts for both companies in the month of June. Both charts speak of what we already know. This is the nature of the beast, markets do this despite the fact that in both companies in the testing/medical area they continue to be promising.. Your decision to buy or sell should be an informed one and consider those elements that are affecting our stock price whether you want to hear them or not, it's your money. Have a good day.
The real worm in the can on this whole board is the biggest critic of most all other posters and that is obnoxious bb who seems to crucify anybody who disagrees with his argument and then attempts to degrade the poster with sarcasm. I think he wants to be king of the hill and therefore dismiss any poster who might stand in his way with a different opinion. Truly the ignore button was devised with him in mind so I will utilize it now. Good luck to all the rest of you posters.
Don't get down on this stock now..the earmarks of the group(s) manhandling this stock are doing exactly what they planned and presently in the process of leveling out their positions and going long, their trademark course of action. This stock is going to end up today but more importantly will be the basic first step back up the ladder.
And again history repeats itself as the stock trades 2500 shares in the pre-market, up a cent and a half. Hang on for the ride guys
If you remember the last time i spoke on this matter we enjoyed a nice small ride up before we had our legs cut off with that new financing. Now here this morning the initial l Bid was 39,000 at .71 but more important that Bid has been superceded by a Bid of 1000 at .7115. No big deal you say? Perhaps but again that is exactly what took place recently leading us upwards. Does history repeat itself? YEP
I know we are off topic here but it is early so I hope posters don't mind. I halfway agree with the owners's complaints but not his remedy since it could easily end up in a half- dozen or even less horses running in the belmont Stakes.I think a much better plan would be to allow other horses in late but establish a penalty of weight for later entrants. Since as three-year olds they all carry equal weight but if some owner decides late he wants in on the preakness or the Belmont let him know he will carry an extra five lbs or whatever amount the track decides. I think that is fair and ensures a decent field for the crown.
Fur, you echo my thoughts perfectly. Again, human nature begs for immediate gratification and such is generally not available in situations like this. We know it, we try and talk ourselves into some kind of patience yet every news item ignites the passion demanding immediate satisfaction. You have a good mind Fur, it is nice "talking " with you. Enjoy your weekend
You punish yourself needlessly. In a stock like this patience is the key word and your "a few months" is horribly short-sighted. Think in terms of the next six months or longer and settle down to that kind of waiting for a reward that will make you glad you did. The partnership, surely something discussed in many boardrooms by now might take place tomorrow or next year depending on the meeting of minds required in this sort of negotiation. If the "acquirer" won't ante up what the CEO demands then unto the next one. If our CEO wishes to progress on his own for much larger future shareholder benefits, so be it but your short term outlook is not good for your mental health.
I resent your arrogance but will extend the discussion no further. I have been involved in this business for many many years in various capacities and as of today never told a person to pack up and get out of the market. because his opinion did not quite match that IQ of yours. Mu illustration and my response are accurate but let it go at that. I withdraw from further posting since I choose not to try and match your sharp tongue, it leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
I appreciate that but that does not fit the circumstances in this case. The pre market was open for 55 minutes with no outside trades and the bad news was printed earlier that morning, not the previous day and the 12000 shares plus were each to the downside reflecting the fresh negative news.