Dorris, And it bounces every time it hits 24. You are so scared it's not going to the teens, it ain't even funny.
You were toast the moment you showed up on this MB shorting in the teens.
Nick, I don't know, and you don't know how fast or slow this process is going to be.
But we do know the process can be shortened due to the Breakthrough Therapy Designation awarded by the FDA. Will the FDA give conditional early approval prior to seeing substantial data from the p3 Rintega trial? I have no way of knowing. But I do know we have seen the data in 3 separate Rintega trials, and none have failed their objectives.
I highly doubt we will see failure in the p3 Rintega trial either.
If we don't get news soon, the attention will drift further away from Rintega, and closer to Varli, and how those multiple trials are progressing. It will not be difficult to measure success in those combo trials. When Varli news starts flowing, you won't hear much talk of Rintega hand ringing anymore, but you will see Varli being very quickly paired with Rintega.
Rintega + PD1 + Varli = ?
This story has a long way to go.
Rulebreaker, Your comments totally negate the coming combination treatments. Foolish, even with in the IP of Celldex alone.
No problem buymois. Few are as open as Frank is about what, how, and when they are investing. Ad that to Franks willingness to take significant risk, and still discuss it, make him a target when things go south on occasion. Those same people that target him for investments that go wrong, give him little to no credit for his investments that go very well. Add the aforementioned to Franks outspoken conservatism, and the same jackals have more personal reasons to stay on the attack.
You will notice the same jackals rarely if ever speak of investments that did not work well for them. As I am sure they always get it right.
In addition, sometimes Frank will stay with a losing investment when others will not, and often these currently bad calls recover and make Frank significant money. Celldex was a good example of such an investment. "Buying swimsuits in the winter, and fur coats in the summer. " He likes to buy when blood is in the water. He is likely on the Serengeti, hunting big game, and fighting off the jackals as we speak.
Exactly Dorris, after all, Frank pumped TSRX when it was $4.50, he pumped CEMP when it was $6.50, he pumped TTPH when it was below $8.00, and he pounded the table, pumping CLDX at $2.70. And we know what happened to all those terrible investments.
If only I had ignored his bad advice, I wouldn't have to deal with all money.
Maybe. Maybe not. For certain, it won't stay here. It has retraced about four or five times from here, and I do think it will eventually breakthrough, but it was time to take profits for the moment, IMO.
MBB, I just had my father In-law checkout of CEMP yesterday near the top. If it retraces, big if, I will have him buy back in. And I will do the same. CEMP and TTPH mirror each others value like clockwork on the top end, but TTPH has less volatility.
Such BS, MBB. The guy's father was previously under suspicion, investigation by the FBI, and the shooter was radicalized overseas. Do you think his father had no idea what his son was doing? This shooting is not the same as a mentally ill person doing a similar crime. It is closer to a completely sane person following the likes of Jim Jones in an attempt to find everlasting salvation. Now, wake up and put down the Kool Aid.
Someone has to MBB, because you don't seem to know what you are doing.
You are making the case for the NRA. Historically, mass shooting have been done by people with significant and know mental illness. Proving a breakdown in the implementation of existing law. No need to unarm healthy, law abiding people.
Now, what does your list have to do with the 24 year old muslim shooter that attacked a military target yesterday for religious and political reasons. He was mentally healthy, popular among his American friends, well liked in HS, well educated (electrical engineer), and certainly not rejected among his open minded American peers.
But when he came back from visiting the middle east, he began a path to murder. Mental illness? Not likely.
Not probable. Fanatical muslims turned him, and one wonders how much his family knew, what was happening, and whether they endorsed his training for the deed.
Now stop patting each other on the back over your shared willful ignorance.
bcrx, did you actually write this? "Ray is a rightwinger. They, invariably, hate our servicemen and servicewomen, same as they hate Jesus."
Dude, you need help.
bcrx, Just a reminder of who you are, the crazy leftist you are, the one who makes odd comments about Marines and "Semper FI".
How many tragedies has BHO politicized? Shall I list them for you? Did you have a problem with all of his politicizing those deaths? NO, you have been right there with BHO.
I am pointing out really bad policy that is getting Americans killed. DEAL WITH IT!
MBB, I will answer on behalf of j20.
Because we have a president who has refused to properly take the fight to ISIS, and other islamic extremist, which has allowed their ranks to metastasize abroad and here at home. The enemy is not being kept preoccupied enough. They Should know we are hunting them down relentlessly; however, they know we are not.
Why does our president wish to be so friendly with ALL of our foes, why? Is this strategy working? If it is working, who is it working for?