Sorry, Richard. You answer almost every blockheaded short or poster racking up chicken feed off of ridiculous posts (i.e. dc8flyer) instead of putting on "ignore", that I'm forced to do the same to you.
If you want to waste your time with these people, that's your business. I have better things to do with my time.
I'm freeing up extra cash, have been since I heard the news earlier this afternoon. ONVO is on-sale now, and I'm going to take advantage of the opportunity that has fallen in our laps.
All of the long-timers know what ONVO represents. It's a no-brainer.
Just got home from work. Except for break period, our cell phones, etc. have to be off. But, on my afternoon break, I scoured a couple websites, then called my broker.
Nothing today to cause the sell off. So, I increased my position.
I see ADXS ended the day a little down from where today's order got filled, but it's a no brainer. If everything's still on track (and I don't have any reason to doubt that), by the end of the week, today's shares will be in the money.
Thank you Pearson or whomever!
It's definitely an growth opportunity of some kind that's driving this filing. Murphy and company has shown themselves trustworthy.
I'm sure we'll find out the particulars soon. I like good surprises... don't you?
Agreed, reilly. Going to put toppa (realtoppa's evil twin) on "ignore" too.
And, while I'm at it, I'm putting the "twit" there too. Probably the same person.
Right on both count if memory serves, chiro. Speaking to your second point, they work with their clients to help them identify the most promising candidates out of a larger pool to cut the clients total cost per Murphy. Love it!
Good point. I feel matthew's frustration. I think most longs do.
But when ONVO gets rolling, the reward will be just that much sweeter.
Juggsy: Our baby will be common knowledge soon enough in investor circles.
I bought, shall we say, less than 10k today, but we have the same mindset. GL
aapl: Good point. Nobody's perfect. Especially when so many market factors swirl around companies everyday. I've had successes and failures with my fair share of stocks over the years.
One company that I took a gamble on about 7-8 years ago lost me 17 grand. I stuck with this worthless piece of crapola because of Adam Fuerenstein (sp?) stated it was a $2 stock going to $20 at the same time I plunked my money down. I finally threw in the towel on it a year or so later. All the while, Adam was sure it would break out... blah, blah, blah.
After that experience, I swore I'd never invest in a company based solely on any expert's recommendation. Do your own DD first before any further investigation... and do as much extra investigation as possible before putting your hard-earned money in any company.
Finally, Cramer is an easy target because he's in the public eye more than others, imo. Sure, he gets makes mistakes sometimes. Don't we all? But over the years, he has gotten more right than wrong. He is wealthier than most (if not everyone) on these message boards based on investments alone.
Boys, boys... whatever the "mix" for the slide... another reason could the overall sell-off that occurred starting last week in the biotech sector in general AND/OR the Greek uncertainty that has worldwide market a little skiddish, and so on.
The main point is ADXS's IP and business plan is solid, and this is a temporary, aberrant blip in the upward progression of the pps and holder valuation.
All the rest is noise, imo.
chilly: How quickly some forget. It's amazing how some people have the memory of a gnat.
Thank God! there are those of us that remember these things.
I'm going to take advantage of this temporary drop in pps to increase my holdings in coming days..
profiteer1 • Jun 19, 2015 5:23 AM
hj: pps may even fall into the mid-to-high 3's today. If it does, it should be for a very brief time (i.e. minutes, hours). Then, either massive buying will happen or it will stay in high-3's-low-4's to finish the day.
And, I believe the pps dipped in that time frame to sub-4. But, a week later (Fri 6-26), ONVO closed at 3.93 again.
I point this out not to pat myself on the back, but to illustrate that I've seen these secondary/capital raises before. This is SOP with these financing deals -- underwriter and other big money guys get the terms set up in the issuance documentation. (reilly has posted about this too -- maybe others, but I've been busy this Summer so I haven't read all the pertinent posts for quite some time)
This financing effect on the pps will clear itself out in due course. But other macro-economic issues both domestic and foreign have to be taken into account in this current market. This will effect the overall mood of the market, and thus have a positive or negative impact on it, in general.
Also, small as it is, Greece is having an outsize bias on word markets. This morning, Merkel and other EU PM's told Greece they had until the end of this weekend (Sun, 6-28) to accept the IMF terms or else. Well, after work today, I read a story that Greece (through Tspiras, the PM, I believe) said, #$%$, we'll give you our umpteenth proposal by next weekend (Sun, 7-5).
So, I ask you. What will world markets do when markets open Monday? Anybody's guess.
Bottom line: It's often difficult to predict what an individual stock will do from one-week-to-the-next. But I can say with certainty that ONVO will pull out of it's temporary slump within the next few weeks/months. In the meantime, if you've been considering adding to your ONVO position, then, by all means, think about finishing it in this period. I'm hoping double mine in the next weeks. GL