Yes. Who ever owned the stock on the ex-dividend date will eventually end up with the shares. Don't listen to the message board non-sense about the record date.
“We’ve never seen data like this. It’s just amazing. It’s fabulous data that we’re just getting ready to publish,” said Feldman. “They’re as normal as normal mice. They’ve essentially gone back to normal. And the effect was durable for the four months we tested them.
“I mean, you can tell looking at the mice which ones got stem cells. The ones who got saline solution just sat there in a cage. The stem-cell mice are all running around.”
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Load you CUR boat now!!!
It's on clinicaltrials website. History of changes shows this happened on July 28th. Does this mean they expect the Geron trial to start before then? So patients in the Mayo trial can move to the new Phase 2?
lws2000 is really pumping this but any expectation that an article about telomere inhibition is going to have an impact on Geron any time soon is unrealistic.
lws posted a thread titled "Imetelstat and Yale" which was misleading and allowed others to latch on.
From their website:
"The abstracts selected for presentation at the 2014 ASH Annual Meeting will be available online the first week of November 2014"
The symbol changed to GERN1
"Due to a recent corporate action in Geron Corporation (“GERN”), adjusted symbol GERN1 will have an opening delay on CBOE."
Yesterday on the on the OTC bb site it showed 3.60.
Did you sell half your position after the record date?
The record date identifies who the company needs to provide the distribution to. The distribution will eventually make it into the hands those who bought before the exdiv date. That is handled by the clearing firms/brokerages. If they didn't do it this way nobody would buy the stock between the record date and exdiv date given the PPS on the exdiv date will open lower by the value of the distribution.
You are a moron. If you own the shares before the exdiv you get the shares. The PPS is adjusted on the exdiv date ... not the record date. Get a grip and realize you are over your head on this matter. I deal with these matters at a trading firm.
Of course you get the shares. After the Exdiv date the PPS drops in accordance with the value of what was distributed.
You obviously don't know what you are talking about. Type 1 Diabetes is an immune system disorder. For a yet unknown reason the immune system attacks insulin producing cells and the person eventually has zero insulin production. There is nothing anyone can do health wise that will affect the progress of the disease. The use to call it Juvenile Diabetes but some adults do get it. This accounts for 3-5% of all diabetes. Type 2 is the remainder.
That means GERN will open about 15 cents lower tomorrow (3.6/24)
I thought "black box" was reference to Maines claim to have encountered his first black box outside of a dive bar on the Mississippi