FINALLY. Got through. Website gives mgt bios. Mark Melville dir of bioprocess
develolpment came from Wyeth Labs 12 yrs experience with cell line & cell
culture. MaryDiBiase phd was with Pfizer commercial biologics, & previously
with Biogen, 20 yrs exp. & not bad looking, Dr Kim Seth was with Pfizer, GS, EPIX
has phd in neurobiolgy Suman Patel,phd sr. director & vp at various pharma cos
25 yrs .experience. Other execs well qualified. Seems like a great team.,
Bashing? Not hardly. I own the stock. I resent the fact that it is a disorderly mess.
Just look at website Better yet try contacting co. The worst new issue stock is way
better. The people who put together this deal are knowledgeable investors. Look at SEC
filings. There are dozens The only thing they care about is how many shares they get
It is impossible to communicate with co by phone. I'm trying to get the no. of shares out.
The website is really bad. Gives little information & NO phone no. My research on origin of merger
shows engineered by firm of 5am Ventures & partner Dr Scott Rocklage, a chemist, who as far as I
can tell specializes in turning money into #$%$.They seem to have very large % of co.. Wading thru
sec filings etc is frustrating . I don't know if co trying to hide inner workings or just incompetent but
any info hard to come by. I finally got thru to co googling phone no.617 600-3497 & Michelle, sb girl
said Russo Partners in NY 212 845-4251 handling financial info. Seems this is a 1 man show &
directed me to cell phone. This whole set-up is like 3rd world country. Something wrong here.
RE tax may be lower but my nos based on Fla properties More to the point, if money
raising is used on marginal deals who comes out is mgt. It's possible these
investments may be profitable in the future, but that takes time. I just hope for the best
cleaner coal can be burned with technological improvements.that reduce emissions.
China using heat plate technology that dramatically increases efficiency. It really works.
Aside from that could more scientific approaches work? Without breaking the bank of course
If what you say is true then IRT overpaid 20-25%. Whoever sold it are the money makers. I'd have
sold it too in a heartbeat. Op costs $350 re tax $120, int & amort $380, depr $400, vacancy $50 =
$1300/mo & I'm being conservative. Such a deal is terrible
RAS down today. Could it be due to diminuation of value because of IRT price drop? IRT, makes me
laugh, that's the old Interboro Rapid Transit in NYC. But to the point, there's a tug of war between
bulls & bears. It seems at this time few share df rosy outlook. Cost me $3900 in 2 days.
You sound like a broken record. Is it your life's mission to comment on every post on this MB? You don't
like term dilution - ok, how about share increase. A rose by any other name is, etc. But I'm not making
up how much these dilutions cost me in 6 mos.Take NCT, 6 mos ago $5.85. 57m sh incr, now $4.70,
MHR sh incr mo ago. stk $9 now $7.50. I didn't own either one but had traded them. Look I DO NOT need
advice on what I should own or not own or made up time frames that I can't concentrate on or your
trading methods. To me 6 mos is long term, to you it's not. But why bother with a response at all? It
may be eloquent & somewhat informative but unnecessary. I simply hate when my stocks sell off no
matter why. And recovery from so far POOR. And it's not just reits that do this. I find generally
these "share increases"sabotage stock price - period!!!
BTW, MSN Stock Scouter lowered rating on RAS to 4 [10 highest]. They usually are pretty good
I can't believe this is happening. $5 before $2 said a month ago "looks like a dollar -- -- give it a few
weeks" He/she can't be wrong No way! To paraphrase immortal comment Hahahahahah and HA
BTW I do not mean to infer losses are out of pocket. Not at all. But the general price declines probably
got me back to even, so factoring in divs I may be a little ahead. Nevertheless when these stocks get
whacked I'm faced with buying at "insider" prices. Maybe that's a good thing, I don't know, but certainly
the "bargain" element is gone. At this point REITS are just another investment. Actually I've done
better with some CEF's, especially AOD. Maybe stocks they buy dilute but CEF's are not allowed to.
Over last 8 mos various dilution schemes cost me $80k. Sure I got some divs but nearly not enough
to make up losses - plus divs are mostly taxable to some extent. Maybe in the long term [whatever
that is] stocks may rebound but who knows.The only sensible stock schemes may be buybacks.
I picked up 2m CTL early this yr at $29, now $37 plus divs. I've experienced 6 dilutions & all but 1
have cost me money. So what to do? Buy more of these "bargains" while they are "cheap" or keep
fingers crossed I'll at least get my money back. MB advisers, especially YKW pretty worthless.
Got hit twice today. Out of blue dilutions. IRT & TOPS
They always cost me money. So far this year I got hit with 5 of these disasters
May be good for long term but meanwhile they stink