Pull back is on diminishing volume. I figured $23-ish would be the bottom of the pullback. Started adding some this a.m.
That guy has been on ignore for me since his first day posting ... like a breath of fresh air!
It appears that the momo shorts piled on and with the low float can inflict maximum pain. I was one of the Ebola crowd, but only bought a few and have been waiting for this pullback to establish a longer term position.
From Bloomberg ... read any of the links on the Yahoo page. It's been in the news!!
A vaccine that could help protect medical workers as they fight Ebola in West Africa, even in the minutes after an accidental infection, may take at least a month to be available as global officials weigh its safety.
The sudden donation of as many as 1,000 doses of a vaccine that hasn’t been tested in humans is creating a conundrum because they could go to healthy people, rather than those already infected. Earlier, the World Health Organization decided that people in West Africa should be allowed access to promising experimental treatments or vaccines.
Possible while news isn't focused on ebola ... but TKMR was driven down to about 16 last week before rebounding, too. The low float will make this very volatile. I've got a "plan" ... lol There is a real story here, not just ebola.
Get real ... it's a low float stock so it's volatile. That 2.5% move down was on 50K shares. And, you spend WAY too much time watching it! Talk about disgusting low lifes!!
Ok, you've made your point! Move along, nothing to see here!!!
Another positive is that TheStreet ranks NLNK a "sell". So, there shouldn't be any Cramerisms coming this way! Admittedly, I found my way to NLNK because of the Ebola news, but after looking into it, took a position last Friday a.m. The share structure/float makes this a screaming buy on any good news, and it had definitely over-corrected along with the biotech sell off. Risk/reward still looks good at this level, imo.
Eventually, they will have stayed too long at the party!! And, that time probably came with the good doctor's latest purchase!
Low float = volatility. Ebola news is NOT slowing down. A woman traveling from Africa to India just died in UAE.
It will be marketed to some of the poorest countries in the world ... so organizations like the Gates Foundation, etc. will put pressure on lowest priced delivery. However, it is a life and death situation and how long before some terrorist brings it to a theater near you? Love that our southern border is leaking like a sieve with all of this nonsense going on!! Sorry to sound political!
Last Updated Aug 17, 2014 1:45 PM EDT
MONROVIA, Liberia - Liberian officials fear Ebola could soon spread through the capital's largest slum after residents raided a quarantine center for suspected patients and took items including bloody sheets and mattresses.
The violence in the West Point slum occurred late Saturday and was led by residents angry that patients were brought to the holding center from other parts of Monrovia, Tolbert Nyenswah, assistant health minister, said Sunday.
Local witnesses told Agence France Presse that there were armed men among the group that attacked the clinic.
"They broke down the doors and looted the place. The patients all fled," said Rebecca Wesseh, who witnessed the attack and whose report was confirmed by residents and the head of Health Workers Association of Liberian, George Williams.
Up to 30 patients were staying at the center and many of them fled at the time of the raid, said Nyenswah. Once they are located they will be transferred to the Ebola center at Monrovia's largest hospital, he said.
The attack comes just one day after a report of a crowd of several hundred local residents, chanting, 'No Ebola in West Point,' drove away a burial team and their police escort that had come to collect the bodies of suspected Ebola victims in a slum in the capital, Reuters reports.
West Point residents went on a "looting spree," stealing items from the clinic that were likely infected, said a senior police official, who insisted on anonymity because he was not authorized to brief the press. The residents took medical equipment and mattresses and sheets that had bloodstains, he said. Ebola is spread through bodily fluids including blood, vomit, feces and sweat.
"All between the houses you could see people fleeing with items looted from the patients," the official said, adding that he now feared "the whole of West Point will be infected."
Just curious ... have you owned this stock for awhile, or playing the momo? I'm just watching from the sidelines, but am doing more DD on the company, itself. Looks interesting, even without the Ebola hype.
It closed this morning's gap up ... which it should have done. And, the day's not over yet! It's a marathon, not a sprint. Hang in there!
Time for some fresh air!!!