Many "flippers" as you call them actually sell and buy back on intraday moves. Many do not stay out of the overall position overnight. I don't characterize myself as such since I hold a core long term position in case of unexpected news and the pattern of behavior of this company after a PR. So call me a flipper, I prefer being able to make money in both the short and long term.
Did Gerald kick you out of the office this morning and from under his desk and it prompted you to write this?? You are truly a pathetic human being. This is the same kind of stuff that you attack other people for. What a weasel.
Any time someone puts a "Honeymooners" line in a post about a stock, you are immediately discounted as a pathetic pumptard.
It is apparent that the person you are asking is nothing but a paid board spammer. There is no system that they employ nor is there any strategy that they use. In fact they don't trade anything. They are paid to come onto these websites/boards and spread lies, deceit and mistrust to get you to sell. Engaging them just gets them paid. Ignore them, especially since the alias was only created today. That is lesson 1 in the penny stock game. They are here to move the price for the benefit of their masters, in one direction or the other and separate novices from their shares to then pump and dump them.
Exactly. They can not tell you squat outside of general statements. This is my fundamental problem with certain people on this board who say that they get certain information. Much of it is unsubstantiated and could be construed as potentially insider information and hence a securities violation. No manager is going to put themselves or their company in that position. The appearance or impropriety is as bad as actual violations in many cases.
I would say if you aren't in already, you would be right. If you are in, I would be hesitant of adding more. Reason being we have seen runs up to conferences and then the sell off immediately thereafter. Just a thought.
I appreciate your optimism but this is still a penny stock and it has a particular behavioral pattern which is unfortunately hard to deny. We have seen run ups like this before and then not hold. Caution is warranted at this point since this build is on expectation and no solid news. Look what MNKD did with news and where it is now. Just a cautionary tale. If someone wants to debate the behavior feel free, but it is not a sure thing like many believe. Go ahead and give the post a thumbs down, if you wish, but I would believe that this consolidates back to $0.11 sooner than it hits $0.15 like many think. Do I hope I'm wrong? Sure, but history is on my side of the argument as it relates to AMBS and news/conferences. JMHO.
Interesting points in the article in the Financial Times. Specifically that 400 plus people with Alzheimers were included in the research. Interesting. I only though Alzheimers could be definitively diagnosed from autopsy. So that is a great trick they are pulling using a differential observed behavior method to declare that someone has Alzheimers to try and test for Alzheimers. Brilliant.
$40. No wait, $0.40. Your question is too unfocused. Realistically short term being the end of the year, probably in the $0.25 - $0.30 range ifffff revenue guidance per Gerald is announced on the Q2 conference call and the market likes it. Ifffff the Lympro data is as good as it is sounding for specificity and sensitivity. Iffff the CLIA package is submitted and accepted. Iffff there is a partner announcement and a reasonable agreement is made in terms of upfront and royalty payments on Lympro.......do you get the point???