Celldex is up 107% in the last 12 months, 450% since early 2012, with big trading opportunities along the way.
If you held you won big, if you traded, you won big. If you hold now for 6 months, or one or two years, you still win big, if you hold longer you win bigger. If you like trading, I am sure you will make money going forward as well. So, what is your problem?
That goes for you too, dorris.
Shareholder, You know Dr Thomas Davis answered the "extent of resection" question/concern in great detail. He did not shy from it, and he/they do not agree with you on this point.
Well now. You shorts are crazy.
Okay, now you can do your valuation models.
Dorris, you better start listening, this company is growing at at fast pace going forward.
Worth listing to again.
MBB, you don't, and often don't sound like an investor in Celldex.
And now you are talking about after market SP, something you have chastised others relentlessly for.
That discussion at Jeffries was quite detailed, and emulating, even awesome.
Regarding Rintega, it's up to the FDA to accept the submission of an NDA. But as soon as they say will will accept an NDA, "investors" want to be hold Celldex stock.
They seemed very pumped up about 1401 as well, they wants to pair 1401 with Rintega and I PD-!.
I thought he would say pair Rintega with Varli. Getting the feeling the markets don't have a good understanding of what Celldex has coming.
They call me Ray.
Fug, and what did you watch? Remove your agenda, and watch to whole interview, then watch the next interview of the two sisters/victims. They too have something to say. Admittedly, it's a difficult situation for all involved, including the parents, it does not sound like you listened to the interview with the parents. Sounds as though they handled things about as well as any parents could have. Remember, they were all minors, and most were related. They got the offender out of the house and had him mentored by others, took all victims and offender to professional counseling, and had the offender (their minor son) go to the police and confess all. Turns out, the cop that took the confession was eventually jailed for child molestation him self. As I said it got rather messed up. But if you listen to the entire interview, you would know they did what was best for all involved.
It seems the releasing the documents may have done just as much damage as the offender did. Again, they where all minors at the time. So why was the sealed document made public, actually given to a tabloid?
You are correct to show concern for the girls, but is this outing helping them? is it? If you care to know, they have been interviewed, that airs next.