Re ..." In fact I would personally say he wreaks of credibility in the way he answers the questions..."
The word is " reeks " as in smells bad. Hardly complimentary. "Wreak" is frequently paired with "vengeance" or a similar violent passion.
I am not implying the writer is poor of concept but if he were writing his post in a British site his thinking, in its entirety, would be dismissed out of hand.
As I have said before given the depth and breadth of Inovio's pipeline it would be quite improbable for ALL of the proposed products to fail.
Not to mention the lack of blood pathogen and accidental needle sticks exposure in institutional settings, ease of education, higher rates of compliance, less pain and duress, ease of management for staff as Afrezza is deliverable at mealtimes.
Frank Marshall Davis was BHO's mentor and could even be his biological father. He was the individual from whom Obama gathered his dreams. He was a Soviet communist agent. Americans are, in general, deeply in denial about the extent of the penetration of the Democratic party by Soviet and Chinese Communist agents. It started with FDR's administration and grew throughout the thirties, the war years, and the cold war years. It is completely documented by our intelligence agencies and by opened Communist archives.
The truly serious reasons the Democrat legislators wanted to bring the government to a halt were: they didn't want to be required to have Obamacare like their countrymen are; they wanted to tax a gold-medal American industry - medical devices - presumably because that industry contributed to the economy and the national pride, both serious crimes to the Communist Democratic party; and some other trivial reasons to boring to discuss. The Democrats are America-hating Communists at heart.
Up against the wall.
The odds that ALL of the products that Inovio is researching and developing will be failures are very long. I invested (gambled) on Arena's diet drug but when the FDA said no, that was it. Not in this case. Something has to hit.
I was always under the impression that slow growth is the most convincing kind. In the precious metals market slow gains indicate manipulation is not occurring.
My mother's side goes back to the early 1700's in Canada. They fought in all the wars, mined the coal, plowed the fields, opened the banks, healed the sick, taught the natives, and in general were a credit to their country. My father's people fought in the Civil War, the Spanish American War, WW1, WW2, Korea. You are not the only one, nor even the most deserving one.
I have soured on this country, permanently.
When my great grandfather arrived in Minnesota, her came with his grandfather and father. The grandfather lived to 105, his wife to 102. Similar longevity for his father. My great grandfather died at 39, 22 years after an amputation in the field following the battle of Spanish Fort in Alabama ( second last in the Civil War). As a youth he had also fought the Dakota in Minnesota.
My point is that the warring and conflicts of this country has steadily worn down the people. Today, in Minnesota, the socialists make sure Somali refugees get free health care (including expensive orthodontics) but if you look at the teeth of the native born working class, they are substandard and uncared for, and in general their health is not as good as the smiling Somalis. This is called population displacement, or ethnic cleansing if you will. Also, the same phenomenon is observable at the VA -your beloved VA - where fresh-faced, very well-dressed and chubby Indian physicians smilingly "take care of" desperately poor, semi- or outright homeless crippled and partly deranged veterans. And of course shush them if they smoke ( always outside even in the cold of winter in their wheel chairs with their missing legs on display). I have personally taken care of these veterans.
I shouldn't say I have soured on the USA. Actually, the American Experience has been for me simply BAD. And it is going to get much worse, and I really don't care. The USA is a tasteless place populated once by heroes but now by imported dregs, creeps, and worthless parasites.
The odds are in Inovio's favor. With so many products in development, it would be quite improbable for all of them to fail. The sheer breadth of the undertakings suggests the basic science is valid. This is not like Arena Pharmaceutical, or any of a number of other companies, where the one big product, if proven not to work or be defective in some way, crashes the house.
The strange thing about the short position in this stock are the really long odds against all of the projects in the works failing to reach clinically significant goals. There are something like 12 products in the pipeline. For all of them to fail would be remarkable. I am befuddled by the short position in this case. This must be simple market manipulation with no substance to the negative evaluation of the company. Strange, given the potential for benefits to the many.
Who is "they"? Is this an example of naked short selling? If so, I thought that was illegal.
Hope this one is a winner. For personal reasons. Come to think about it, there are so many possible cures Inovio could bring about, there must be millions of people who could take it personally.
Question to those who might know: could INO get into a partnership with a Korean company, for example, and market their product earlier than if they waited for the FDA to judge it safe?
Besides a bit too much reptilian brain tissue, what else do you offer the world? Your credentials? Doctorate level, no doubt.
The problem is that no one outside the boardroom knows anything about what is or is not going to happen in the near future in terms of partnerships etc. The changes that catalyze huge upside movements were not verifiable. The motivations of the directors of INO are unknown. I assumed a rumor "had it" a partnership was in the works. Most people assumed the same, thus the run-up. This for me has been a lesson in the strange marriage of fact and fiction that seems to afflict biotechs. In a world where published data counts for everything a few rumors hold inordinate power.