Or they could announce a new study for 1135, that will not be such a rare condition as to be impossible to fill with participants. We simply do not know what will be said.
BB, I am certain you know it is not about the earnings at this stage. If they are going to have a earnings cc, they will have something to say outside of earnings. Such as expected updates on current and future trials, or other new agreements.
And that is the second time this year. You keep speaking as though Celldex is alone in this biotech downturn. She is leading the way, but not alone. Sucks either way.
""do you know the survival rates of GBM patients in US are 33%""
Not if they express EGPRvlll.
EGFRvIII is expressed in tumors in about 30% of glioblastoma patients, and they usually die. That is the Celldex CDX-110 target, and eventually they will pair it with Varli, as they are currently pairing it with others.
Skepticism is healthy Tacken, but pessimism, not so much. Celldex is just fine, the SP, that has something to be desired.
Very funny fug.
But RR was struck by the conservative bug before the 80s. He was one of the left leaning activist of which I was thinking. His work as a union leader cured him of his leftism.
Charles Krauthammer, Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, and Dennis Miller are a few that come to mind. All were on the left at earlier points in there life.
Fug, there is hope for you as well.
Weight, you sound like you are wanting to talk it down for a good purchase. If that is wrong, then I apologize.
This down turn has little to do with Celldex. Risk is currently off for a while until Celldex proves definitively that at least one of their drugs can make it to market. look at ICPT, with all the good news they have, and they have lots of good news, that SP (21mil shares & and market cap of 4.6 bil) keeps floating between $215 and $295 per share, and that is off a recent high SP of $462.00. Now everyone knows they are worth, or going to be worth much more than that, (NASH is a big deal world wide, epidemic) and investors know the drug works, and that ICPT will produce additional valuable gastrointestinal treatments as well. But in the mean time, they are taking her down with most others that are not producing a current income. ICPT has seen been cut 50% or more off its high, and about a 30% consistent swing back and forth for several months now. Sound familiar? Celldex is very similar, Varli is for real, and will make many others work better than alone. And the shorts know it, they just know it will take time to definitively show it.
It sucks, but this is the game they are playing. Biotech with great promise that proves out will be just fine. Better than just fine.
Frank, their are many examples of leftist suddenly waking up and doing a complete reversal of thinking at some point in their lives. Some well known conservatives in the media are good examples of this.
fug, you need to go get some conservative Tea Party friends. You have no idea what you are talking about.
Maybe you would rather it be sold to the Al Jazeera Network, as Al Gore sold his outfit, instead of selling it to GB for more money. Would that be more your style? Or maybe MSNBC is honest enough for you?
Try not to let your politics get in the way of truth. Your family "fled Germany on terms similar", and my Grandfather volunteered to fight that #$%$ in Germany. Get off the hight horse fug, he was a conservative too. does that make him less worthy to own a media company in your distorted thinking?
Fox offered to sell CNN if they purchased TW, as they know leftist like you would have a hissy fit if they owned it. At least if Fox owned CNN, someone would actually watch it again. It would seem the leftist have forgotten how to manage a media company. Truthful competition is eating their lunch.
Cellex remains in control of her assets. That is what is great about the deal. BMY only has first right of refusal , and then the real negotiations will begin. Celldex owns it all. And the 5mil was upfront, and other milestone payments Celldex would have paid where diminished. A good deal for all.
The markets want instant gratification, and they did not get that. We are down for that reason, and others that have little to do with Celldex specifically. As Varli starts to read out in these paired trials, and the results are good, we will do very well. IMO
Thepissant, hasn't that already taken place to a great extent? Not that it couldn't play out further should the general markets correct. But let's not pretend there is not huge potential upside to this company over the next 6 to 12 months, and beyond.
And on another subject, lay off the accusations of racism, and threats of death to me and my family. You have no moral, ethical, religious, or political high-ground on me. So have a nice day, and happy investing.
Fug, Cosco former CEO and founder is a big Democrat supporter and yes, supporter of Obama. They never said why, or how the books were removed on Independence Day, but when their customers started calling in droves, they reversed their political decision, apologized, and met with D'Souza. Expecting D"Souza to make significant demand for being wronged (in the RJJ shakedown format), the current CEO seemed to be surprised when D'Souza made no demands. He only asked to be treated the same as other authors, according to D'Souza. Costco ordered more books, many customers are still highly concerned, but D'Souza is satisfied.
I thinks they said it was a "mid level management decision from their Ohio office", but I may be getting that mixed up with something else.
And yes, Costco is one of the better retail companies one can work for. Above average pay, and benefits. One of the lowest employee turnover rates in retail. A model in that respect. Hope they did not do longterm damage to their image.
I saw D'Souza's movie "America", it was a well done documentary, and the creators did not shy away from the lefts views of America in this Documentary. They explained the current and historical leftist view of America in great detail, then explained why they think/believe the leftist radicals are wrong. You might want to see it Fug. You may learn something new.
There are so many good values out there at this time, but I will follow up on PSTI.
I am tired of government employees getting in the way of SP values in the biotech sector. Simply not their place.
Frank, David Price is on the trading block, and the Rays said they would trade within the ALE, if the Price is right. Rays are finally playing well, even with all the injuries. Rays have showcased some up and coming talent recently, and they actually have too many players now. Good Problem, but with all the injuries, they have needed them all this year.
Nothing wrong with that. Now, will the Os or the Rays go to the big dance?
I told you not to worry about your Os.
Tacken, to buy or not to buy, is yours alone my friend. As it is your money.
As for me, I am fully invested at this time.
Buy slowly if you are unsure. Do you really think this is a one billion SP company?
Hey goofy, he did not say how he confirmed it or how it was confirmed, only that it is confirmed. So sleep well.
This is a test, because what I posted would not post.
"The American left should start paying attention to the Wall Street Journal’s Jason Riley. His name is on the rise. An editorial board member of one of the nation’s most well-known publications, a paper
that boasts an average weekday circulation of 2.4 million and falls under the umbrella of Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News empire, Riley has a new book out, “Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed,” which is beginning to pick up steam. This weekend, he’ll be featured on C-SPAN to talk about it. A few days ago, he sat down with Lou Dobbs. Before that, Bill O’Reilly. Now, his name is being praised by the National Journal (who called him an author who “annihilates nonsense”) and circulating throughout the Twittersphere as a man who has written “a great primer on race.”
As an African-American columnist, Riley has built his brand by diverging from the “black liberal” moniker. In fact, his career has been predicated on maintaining a conspicuous level of skepticism toward the “Lean Forward” stylings of MSNBC and the left’s alleged coziness with black America. He once said: “I think there’s a pattern at MSNBC of them hiring black mediocrities like Melissa Harris-Perry, Michael Eric Dyson, Touré and, of course — the granddaddy of them all — Al Sharpton, simply to race-bait.” Quite often he goes “against the grain” (much like ESPN’s Jason Whitlock). Perhaps this explains why a friend and former colleague of his at the WSJ lauded Riley for being an “affable” editorialist “who came to his views as a college student reading writers such as George Will and Charles Krauthammer in the otherwise liberal Buffalo News,” an independent thinker whose mind was heavily influenced by the works of “economist Tom Sowell and historian Shelby Steele, black thinkers who rejected the liberal pieties about race.”"
Jacks you sold and never looked back? Props brother....
Are you ready to do it again? Your timing is a wonder. Grey is correct. Take a new look at the pipeline and Get back in before it goes back over 14 again. Then go look at a post you made to Mabio about " if the stock makes $14. By the way, he is still shorting...., from $8 to $39, and back to $14 again. It has been a wild one.
We had one hiccup, 1135 in DDD, the boys in Ohio could not fill the dance card, so Celldex shelved the study. 1127 and the rest of the pipe look very strong.