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mofisher22 155 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 29, 2015 10:31 PM Member since: Mar 26, 2012
  • Will give me 10,000, not a lot to some folks, but a lot to many. I have been in biotechs for 20 years, live and learn. The best way to make money is to buy a beat down one that has something to offer. This is a prime example. These opportunuties do not come around very often. I started at 1.60, but now I feel more confident. This volume is crazy, weak hands are getting replaced. jmo.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    math question?

    by mofisher22 Jan 29, 2015 10:17 AM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 29, 2015 2:14 PM Flag

    Mike, in reply to your last post and question about investors waiting to buy if they knew offering was coming. Yes, you are correct. Sometimes I get a brain freeze, but in actuality, what we are seeing is the age old case of big smart money stepping in to take scared retail investors shares, It is the probably the oldest and saddest trick in biotech, sad for retail sellers. I do imagine a huge number of shares have and will continue to go into big money accounts before the day is over.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    math question?

    by mofisher22 Jan 29, 2015 10:17 AM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 29, 2015 1:59 PM Flag

    Mike, you mentioned that perhaps the deal was done a week ago, so in that case, the offering buyers, like a lot of individuals who bought at that $1.50 price range, just had fortunate timing, not knowing the price was going up. Another thought, since I am sure in those deals, there are some leaks. Could some of the heavy buying in the past week be a result of that, and those buyers basing their rationale on the fact that funds were buying in. I have heard that when funds start buying, that is when some investors start buying, who would otherwise not do so. Just some thoughts, glta

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    math question?

    by mofisher22 Jan 29, 2015 10:17 AM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 29, 2015 1:26 PM Flag

    Mike, thanks for your detailed reply. Mo

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    math question?

    by mofisher22 Jan 29, 2015 10:17 AM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 29, 2015 12:00 PM Flag

    I know some may consider this a dumb question, but since there has been millions of shares bought in the $2 to $2.30 range, I would think those holders consider that their value of their shares. The small %, I heard %5, then 7%, at $1.50 was supposed to be by reputable company, which should credibility to NVIV. Also, the positive developments of the past couple of weeks to me should be worth some value. I just do not see how a tiny percentage of total shares can devalue the total amount so much. Of course, the whole stock market to me seems to be bases on fuzzy math a lot of times. Any thoughts appreciated.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • mofisher22 by mofisher22 Jan 29, 2015 10:17 AM Flag

    So, I read where the new shares are 5 % of the total shares. By assigning 5 % at $1.50, and 95 at $2.19, which I think was prev close, I get avg. at $2.15. I am just thinking, is this correct logic or fuzzy math? Also, can you figure positive things like upside, and institition buy in of today. Any ideas?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 28, 2015 10:25 PM Flag

    mike, heard Krammer got on board with you at another stock. Bet you are thrilled. LOL

  • mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 28, 2015 10:18 PM Flag

    So, you say, if oil does not reboundbig, you will not do so good. I imagine if oil does not rebound big, the whole world will have a big transformation. Seriously, there is too much at stake in the world economy for it not to. The consequences would be severe if oil did not rebound to a somewhat recent price. We are talking Iran, Mid East, Russia, Venezuala, and more, the world as we know it would not continue if oil went very much lower.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    Greetings from a former long time Long,

    by mofisher22 Jan 27, 2015 11:49 AM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 28, 2015 10:00 PM Flag

    jr, those are 2 good ones, I feel like a sr. citizen now with these biotechs. OSIR and HZNP are 2 good ones. I have been in both, just looked at chart to remind me, in OSIR I was in the summer 2012 move from $5 to $12. I asked Scott Matusow what I should do, he said sell, like he did in ATRS, well, I held both a while longer but left. As for HZNP, I probably made more on it than any stock I owned, from $2.34 to nearly $20 pre market back in March, should have sold, rode it down to $15 and sold, left a lot on table. Also, in hindsight, should have bought back on that stupid decision a few months ago. Mike C. and I go back several years with HZNP, I know he is still there, and imagine it will continue up. By the way, he is also the resident expert at NVIV, which has had a nice move, but may have lots more. I know Mike is very cautious and principled, whichis good, I suspect he has never mentioned it on HZNP board. I did great today on EXEL, and HNSN. All are low dollar stocks stocks with quickpotential to double or triple, guess I want immediate gratification. (lol) I do have ARRY and ACAD for long haul. gl, keep in touch, I know we did well on several stocks in the past.

  • mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 28, 2015 6:25 PM Flag

    Imvgroup, how are you down 11K on EXEL? Did you buy high?

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    Just bought

    by palmoscopy Jan 28, 2015 2:51 PM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 28, 2015 3:57 PM Flag

    horse, last year, I believe it was March, I made $17,000 in one day on ISR. I have been looking at it, I think it may be getting ready for another move up.

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    Greetings from a former long time Long,

    by mofisher22 Jan 27, 2015 11:49 AM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 28, 2015 1:04 PM Flag

    thanks, Andre. At the time, both ARRY and ATRS were hot, both turned cool for a couple years, but at that time, ARRY had a huge pipeline in phase 1 and 2. Now, it has advanced, and they got lucky getting 2 drugs back from Novartis. I feel very confident in it, after it moves sideways a while, I think it goes higher. I would encourage you to check out EXEL, one of those cases where a stock gets unfairly punished, but just my thinking. I am always open to new ideas, ironic, a guy suggested STXS on this thread yesterday, I had never heard of it, turns out they have a device used in treating irregular heartbeat/A Fib, which I suffer from. It looked good, I bought some, it is moving up nicely today. You never know where you are going to stumble on something.

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    Greetings from a former long time Long,

    by mofisher22 Jan 27, 2015 11:49 AM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 28, 2015 12:11 PM Flag

    A good one to check out is GTE, lot of cash, no debt

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    Greetings from a former long time Long,

    by mofisher22 Jan 27, 2015 11:49 AM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 28, 2015 12:15 AM Flag

    spike, it is quite ironic that you posted this info. I have suffered thru Irrg hearbeat/A Fib for 10 years. Most people have no idea the magnitude of this health problem. Hopefully they can sell the product. /Since I have a vested interest, i bought in, will continue to watch and hopefully add. Thanks for the heads up.

  • I would love to buy it. I did find some oil land in LA. and TX. that was selling their minerals at a huge discount, so at this time, I am buying it. It produces oil, a commodity, like farm land produces. The best thing about oil is it is the most needed single commodity in the world, and it is selling at half price, and in many cases, if you buy ind. companies, even for less. Let me know of any good farm land selling for half price or less. glta

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Please let me know. It produces commodities, like west Texas, OK., and other states do. All are very much needed, and the supply goes up and down. I missed out on the Miss. delta farm land at $200 back in the 60s, it is I guess 4 or 5 K now, but it is nice to buy Texas/OK oil land at aroundf 25% percent of value. Yes, when you buy the oil companies with the leases, you buy the land. .

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    Glad I got in today at .62,

    by mofisher22 Jan 27, 2015 8:03 PM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 27, 2015 11:43 PM Flag

    Great, would love to buy in .40 to .50 cent range, that way I could avg down, and then profits would be even larger in a year or 2. In stocks, it is all about dollar cost averaging, I do not think HNSN is going away, and an betting it goes over $1, and much higher.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    Glad I got in today at .62,

    by mofisher22 Jan 27, 2015 8:03 PM
    mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 27, 2015 11:26 PM Flag

    just curious, why would I get a red thumb for announcing good news?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • mofisher22 by mofisher22 Jan 27, 2015 11:24 PM Flag

    I am an old farmer, I recall when good Missouri/Arkansas delta farm land sold for $200 back in the 60s. In the next 60 years, it has gone up and down, now it goes for around $5,000 an acre. It produces rice, cotton, soy beans, wheat, which are commodities, of which the price also goes up and down. At the same time, land in many states produces oil, also a commodity. Oil, like crops, is something that is going to continue to grow in need as the world develops. If farm land in the delta dropped to $2500 an acre, i imagine many people would grab it. Likewise, if companies have oil in the ground, the value is not erased, at least until you sell it. No doubt, these oil companies are not ran by dummies, they know to hold their product until price goes up. Also, they knew to hedge some profits, just like farmers do. In my opinion, load up now, or last week, like I did, and continue to add if oil goes either up or down. I think you will be rewarded either way, as long as you hold for a year or more.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • mofisher22 mofisher22 Jan 27, 2015 11:10 PM Flag

    thanks for the info, but I think most people think differently. I dont understand why some people think they know more, and prove by shorting. Why not just join the crowd and load up? Reminds me of 2009 when folks on LVS board were calling for BK at $3, then it went to $50 within 2 years.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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