It could very well happen...You have until 8pm this evening to cover......I've seen it happen before with another stock, this isn't my first rodeo.....
Time to buy here in the low $60's.......
I wish they would just go dark and disappear. They're not helping anyone. And dragging the Fed governors on air 3 times a week is a joke, just like Jeremy Siegel.
the possibility of J&J or Roche acquiring NewLink, for a 50% premium, coming in around $57 a share. I think at this rate NLNK could trade over $57 before the end of the year regardless.
Really? You mean it's not because the S&P went up about 125 points in the past 4 trading days? It's not because this has been a bear market rally? It has nothing to do with global slowing, ebola, or ISIS? Does CNBC or any financial media have any idea what they're talking about?
I really hope the market falls 400 points. If this happens, then all or most of the CNBC anchors and guests will be speechless. Companies that make muzzles are on standby.
I would guess Cramer is not familiar with the court case, and doesn't realize this is a fraud complaint with monetary liabilities and their overall reputation on the line.
Yes, but unfortunately fraud is a black eye for an entire company's reputation, not just one division.
Google A. Feuerstein and NewLink? I just did! Maybe you need to do the same. Feuerstein's recent tweet from a couple of days ago said "he agreed with (whoever tweeted him about the cancer drug), but Feuerstein added, "what difference does it make (what we think) now, given the Roche IDO and $1B partnership?"
It's just reported that J&J will be working closely with GSK on their own vaccine for ebola, as well as other companies leading the way, like NLNK. The goal here is not necessarily who's first to market, but how to help stop the outbreak and provide prevention as quickly as possible. It would make sense for J&J to acquire NLNK as part of their acquisition strategy, and then they pick up the cancer portfolio as well.
However, NLNK may also go it alone, and the recently announced $1B partnership with Roche is huge. In the meantime, the street is accumulating NLNK stock as quickly as possible.
What is it about fraud that you don't understand? This is no longer an earnings story, it's about trust. Yes, the bad news is out, and trust me, it is bad. With all the great opportunities out there, why would you invest in one with this much legal overhang on the stock? No, I'm not short, but if ticks up again tomorrow (Weds.), I will be.
It is all spin, but I just don't know how you can spin slowing global growth, Europe near recession, China slowing, and some very weak ER reports.
CNBC's latest headline is "the Dow soars almost 200 points today, as investors cheer the latest round of earnings reports." What? You see the how the media plays the game? Verizon missed, McDonalds missed badly, IBM was a disaster, and there were others.....is this what investors cheered?
So why, pray tell, does the SEC continue to look the other way? You don't think some big players are paying them off, do you? That would be fraud, there's no fraud in the markets, right?
This market is officially impossible to trade. There are no trends, no charts, just media and Fed minutia driving equities; and then the computer programs take over.
They will probably be ordering a heavy inventory of protective Hazmat suits and other protective clothing, just to be proactive and be prepared in case of an emergency. More later....
Pandora, I just don't understand how a market can go parabolic after all that technical damage. Maybe I'm naive, or maybe this time it's different, who knows.