March 9th at the latest. Earlier (like March 2nd) would be great.
I'm glad I waited to buy more. Sorry, rappy. I've been in your shoes many times. But it will be a fleeting bad memory if Murphy and company deliver.
I expected to see an announcement of a secondary this morning given yesterday's letter to shareholders. I was happy not to see it today, but instead the announcement of the March 5th investor conference/report.
This makes me hopeful that the additional financing will be funded through a targeted institutional investor(s) (something like ADXS's recent secondary which had a beneficial effect of the pps) or through one of ONVO's partners like Jannsen as reilly mentioned. Which would have a beneficial effect as well.
And the "game" continues till we hear substantive news.
I'm kicking myself because I was too greedy, and was hoping (in a perverse way, mind you) that the pps would drop to 5.75. Had a buy order in at that level.
No matter. I'm glad the price is heading up again. A yo-yo cycle that will finally be broken sometime within the first half of 2015.
RIGL is going to start moving upwards again after expected profit taking and consolidation.
I've got funds ready to increase my position at the ready. I welcome the pullback.
I think you're right, reilly. NASDAQ has the most up-to-date numbers of the two.
From the same article, it was pointed out that consensus estimates pegged the value at $6.50. Couple this with the possibility that BMY may acquire RIGL in the future, and a compelling argument can be made that the pps will run for the foreseeable future.
Sorry to hear of your step-daughters loss due to brain cancer. Loren Hill, a Greater Cinti resident, has an inoperable brain cancer that will claim her life soon. She wasn't supposed to live till Christmas. Her mission is to raise awareness and a million dollars to fund research into brain cancer. Loren has exceeded that goal.
ONVO and ADDX and many other research companies springing up these days are giving me/us great hope for future possibilities -- even eradication of once deadly diseases or conditions.
I keep my son (as I'm sure you and her mother) in my (your) thoughts every day. Hopefully, one day soon, we'll be able to tell them in our special way that science has solved the problem that took them from us.
Thank you, reilly and moo and others for your thoughts. Much appreciated.
My local paper. I wish this and other advances in cardiac treatment were around for my son. He died 16 years ago this month from congestive cardiomyopathy at 29.
Hopefully more lives are being saved now with today's technology.
baron: I missed the big move up too, unfortunately. Actually had a loss with a couple ill-timed entry point, but have scored two minor successes in a row which eases the initial pain.
But, as we all saw, ADXS can take off like a scalded dog... (back to your opening philosophy...lol). It does appear that the hit piece took a little steam out of the stock. Probably a good thing overall. I think it's fundamentals didn't really justify it's price yet. Looks like the market's agreeing with that now too. Though that could change with a big announcement, of course. Then ADXS would be off to the races again.
I'm more curious about the identity of "another institutional investor". A larger player that doesn't want to be identified until required? Hmmm?