I guess your steady rise will start tomorrow since it didn't start today? Company jet fueled, pilots on call??? You live in fantasy land.
100 shares, you wish screw up. One thing for sure you're losing your acc if you bought every time you said you did. Matter of fact if you bought every time you said you did, you'd own the entire company by now. You once bragged about owning 500,000 shares, if you do, your stupid for not selling when you had the chance. Keep buying more shares and dreaming, lmao at either the biggest liar or biggest fool on the board.
Professor jack, maybe you aren't the trader you think you are. What counts for you is if you're happy holding here, and what counts for me if I'm happy selling at $6.40. You had a chance to sell high, not be greedy, but you chose otherwise. Someday nvax may be the blockbuster everyone here hopes for, but how long does a trader like you wait, and will nvax be the first to get an approved vaccine? I'm out of it, and I may miss the boat someday, I just don't think that day is anytime soon. For you and the rest of the long term holders, I hope it goes big sooner rather than later.
Isn't Crucell still testing cotton rats, and having terrible results?? nvax has what appears to be the best opportunity to produce a viable vaccine for rsv, the matter is when, and how long you have to park your money waiting along with other potential obstacles the company faces.
If nvax is so much better than Alios, why let money stand in the way of owning the RSV market? They wouldn't and obviously there's something more to the story of nvax than what's wished for on this board of dreams. The smartest play was to sell at $6.90. Getting out at $6.40 was good enough for me. If I want to earn close to zero or less on my money, I can put it in a CD.
predicting 5 times the current SP is pure nonsense. Seems everyone here is ready to see the company sell? Does anyone believe they can go it alone anymore? Maybe reality is setting in that there's a equal chance that nvax will not get an approved vaccine for anything for another 5 years or more. This continues to look like dead money or worse, with the exception of an occasional pop up and back down again.
"instead of waiting to cure it," true statement zinc, but the point is how long do you have to wait for an approved vaccine? Time is becoming a huge obstacle for nvax, the competition for a vaccine grows with each passing day, and effective cures by the competition don't help the demand for the vaccine either.
Can't hurt?? You might want to rethink that comment. They bought Alios for their research on anti viral drugs including the RSV candidate they're working on. With Alios' research and JJ's money, they're a direct threat to nvax. The lack of expediency by nvax puts them at risk of another company beating them to the punch. After all these years nothing in phase III??? I like the nvax technology, but time is their biggest enemy.
These guys can't find any fossil fuels. China and India have zero to do with overpaying for a bankrupt company with a bad track record of drilling dry holes and in the process loading the company up with far too much debt. Sure some companies will prosper from the growth in places like India and China, but don't be so sure fcx is one of them.
Likewise, your post, lucki, could be taken to pose the question whether you are so naïve that you didn't understand the point of my post. Your interpretation of my post that one thing must be amiss and that's why the SP is declining is wrong. Nothing amiss with nvax, multiple product lines, everything going to phase III and to the market, billions of dollars coming in, short term is good, long term is good, no dilutions to shareholders, rising SP, life is good for the nvax shareholder.
I don't follow the stock closely since I sold, so don't get testy. If everything is going so well, why has the stock retraced to current levels? There are other issues at play here besides what's posted on their website as their plans and schedule. Surely you're not that naïve.
When are they going to get something into phase 3 so posters don't have to talk about fast track and ebola and all the other reaches. No doubt nvax could probably come up with a state of the art vaccine if given the chance, but that just doesn't seem likely with all the mega players controlling the board. I like the company, think the technology is great, but the headwinds are fierce. Glad I sold at $6.40, but still believe there's a time in the future to get back in, but being out you can always miss the train.
bob.sylve, do you think 31.85 is still wrong? One more day like today, and it'll be there. The company lost it's shine when moffet and crew paid a premium for a couple of billion dollar dry holes and the rest of a broke company. That non shareholder approved bailout may ultimately be the total ruin of FCX.
Not funny, I'd call it sad, very sad. The only people that came out on top of this deal is the MMR shareholders. If you boil it down, FCX shareholders could have just as easily wrote a check to MMR shareholders for $10-$15 for every share of FCX owned at the time of the bailout/merger. MMR shareholders which were assured a total loss on their investment were very lucky that Moffett and crew had no other options to save their own behinds. Self dealing at its worst in my opinion. Where would FCX stock be today without the bailout/merger?
barjonicat, if you want to see what an amateur investor looks like, look in the mirror. Every move moffett and crew have done has been wrong, starting with the bailout of the bankrupt MMR. The shareholders of FCX were used, and the stock is still reflecting that debacle. The selling of all the production and focusing on drilling more dry holes seems to be their plan. I won't be surprised to see it drop to $29.