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rick3568 88 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 23, 2015 2:59 PM Member since: Jun 24, 2009
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  • Reply to

    To Pricky Ricky

    by francogarabaldi Jan 23, 2015 1:21 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 23, 2015 2:59 PM Flag

    Of course this was being written before "point taken" was posted.

    Final point. I know this is hard to believe for some, but democrats are not out to destroy the nation and capitalism, at least not the rational ones. The same goes for the radical conservatives - they arent all heartless fiends. unfortunately those talking the loudest at the extremes drown out the dialog for the majority.

  • Reply to

    To Pricky Ricky

    by francogarabaldi Jan 23, 2015 1:21 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 23, 2015 2:22 PM Flag

    Im done too, thanks for the reminder. Whats the point, cant fix stupid. No reaching some, just too bitter and cement headed to even consider the middle road. Our Italian friend (Im one) that gives Italians a bad name is just to interested in starting arguments. Small minded. Must have been bullied as a kid.

    So I am curious izof, how many abloc did you stock up on? You good for a year or two? Any opinions on abloc selling overseas? I thought there was a mention of that at one point, but with the UK Phase 1, guessing not likely. Plus probably dont want to tick off the FDA, even if its overseas sales and a different molecule. Im good now, back problems are mostly controlled, but I know others could benefit, especially those older than I.

    Investing in RCPI at this point does not fit my plan, too early IMO. However, that often gets in the way of the fact that i believe the product works though, and it is a shame its gone. Ultimately I do blame previous mgt for that, not the FDA, despite different molecules and all. The whole rollout and product advertising was mismanaged, not to mention the bad press. I realize this is a simplistic way of viewing it, given different molecules and all, but at the 50000 foot level it was just too hot to keep selling if they really wanted FDA approval. They needed to fall in line, so they did. JMO.

    I do look forward to the studies getting kicked off and seeing some data. Im curious on high dosage, as well as final decision on targeted diseases. Best way to shut up critics (and entice investors) is to produce results, especially when your history is tarnished. Hoping they do just that, and would still invest if they do. Until then its a traders game in the short run IMO.

  • Reply to

    Cuban Cigars or RCPI stock

    by crappy_mgt Jan 22, 2015 2:02 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 22, 2015 10:13 PM Flag


  • Reply to

    A Cynic

    by blockaback Jan 21, 2015 2:52 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 21, 2015 11:38 PM Flag

    But go ahead marry yourself to your party you dim witted lemming. I use my brain, not a fat self serving hypocritical DJ on the radio, to decide what makes sense. I see no difference between the welfare queen and the bloated CEO. Both are selfish and live lives in the lens of entitlement.

  • Reply to

    A Cynic

    by blockaback Jan 21, 2015 2:52 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 21, 2015 11:26 PM Flag

    Yawn, Franco/Pharma/Block you bore me.
    Yes yes I hate the free markets. Thats why I trade stocks. Again, you fear what you dont understand, which apparently is a lot.

    And no, I have no rage because, you see I was smart enough to sell out a long time ago.
    I noticed of course you cant respond to the welfare you have been contributing to the likes of JW. Jets, bonuses and salaries oh my. Talk about Unclo Obozo welfare queen. Whats worse a 200 welfare check or multi million dollar bonus for bringing in 5k?
    Your stupidity knows no bounds if you cant see this.

  • Reply to

    A Cynic

    by blockaback Jan 21, 2015 2:52 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 21, 2015 3:14 PM Flag

    perhaps some cynicism would have helped your bank account.

    Nah, better for geniuses like franco/pharma to just go on racist rants and complain about liberals and the shorts. That solves the problem. The arrogance is breathtaking considering how wrong he has been on the investment; arrogance superseded by stubbornness, inability to adapt and stupidity. Truly winner qualities when investing. Still not a surprise from a modern wacko conservative. Convinced in their correctness, they never bother to join reality or fact check. Just turn on Faux news.

    Better to use the same mantra of "The shorts will get theirs soon" , all the while the stock tanks from $2.50 to $2 to $1 to 20 cents etc etc.

    Of course during this epic drop, does mgt share the pain? Nope, they along with the large investors are being being bailed out with huge salaries and warrant rewrites all on the retail shareholder back. Rewarding failure and giving handouts in the form of exorbitant salaries must be a conservative virtue Im not aware of. Funny that sounds a bit like class warfare and socialism. Hmm.

    But I have the problem fence sitting, funny. Stupid is as stupid does.

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    by morgueana666 Jan 18, 2015 7:38 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 18, 2015 11:16 PM Flag

    Yeah my pet peeve too. As if an almighty creator would give a toot about football.
    One thing to thank a creator for courage and determination to persevere, quite another to thank him for a win. Arrogance and stupidity all wrapped up.

  • Reply to

    The stock has slipped because

    by repo_man_one Jan 14, 2015 11:26 AM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 14, 2015 6:58 PM Flag

    Im still in the camp that this rally is not over yet, despite the recent drop.
    I dont believe its the bottom yet, not nearly enough volume, but this short term bump isnt done yet either IMO. If volume kicks in then great.

    As far as the drop, my guess is its the news void after the presentation and, as already known, no surprises in it. Swing traders bailed who were playing the presentation.

  • Reply to

    Instead of aspirin

    by francogarabaldi Jan 14, 2015 12:04 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 14, 2015 6:46 PM Flag

    Interesting. A lie. But interesting. How will they get approval in 3 to 4 years?

    I hold more hope for an EU release of abloc supplement again.

  • Reply to

    Instead of aspirin

    by francogarabaldi Jan 14, 2015 12:04 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 14, 2015 6:24 PM Flag

    In 6 to 8 years you mean?

  • Reply to


    by jk224_pmc Jan 13, 2015 11:01 AM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 13, 2015 11:59 AM Flag

    Actually you sound reasonable.
    Not ALL problems here are due to shorts. Thats the propaganda of the pumper, which IMO is just as bad as a lying short. Both the lying short and the pumper deal in distortion and half truths. Not all shorts are liars and not all longs are pumpers, but there are a lot of both here.

    IMO if you want to invest here, just know its a long road and there are still risks (dilution, study failure). Also, dont count the pennies. (eg 30 cents) Risk what you can only lose 100% of. The data look promising but there are a LOT of unanswered questions and yes, time is a factor here. This is not an overnight story. I think there is potential, but I refuse to pour money down the drain until I see more. Old mgt were liars and new mgt is still unproven. Pumpers like to call that fence sitting - as if Im supposed to Marry my stock or something. They are just lying pumpers or loser investors who dont realize this is an investment, not a marriage, and fidelity is NOT a virtue. Ask ALL the questions you want and hold management accountable (while treating with respect). Remember they are making a HUGE salary off your $, since there is no longer any revenue here.
    I love the research, and abloc, but Im just fine here on my fence waiting for more time to pass and the right opportunity, if it occurs.

    If this takes off of course I wont catch the bottom, but NEITHER will the pumper long. You see they have to keep buying on the way down, averaging their price per share. Some who have been here years are likely well above $2 or more. The difference is though if this fails I will lose nothing and they will lose everything.
    Thats why I swing long when I see the opportunity and wait for bigger news, which I know is likely a long ways away.

  • Reply to

    where's fence rider rick?

    by prick3568 Jan 8, 2015 1:58 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 8, 2015 4:49 PM Flag

    Care to show me what it really is?
    Oh thats right you cant.

    How does it feel owning a stock for years that lost 90% of its value, and has further dilution to come?

    As we all know, imitation is the best form of flattery. Glad you are so obsessed with me.
    Sorry Im taken though, you will have to troll the bath houses again.

  • Reply to


    by francogarabaldi Jan 8, 2015 2:04 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 8, 2015 4:19 PM Flag

    Hey everybody its the racist again! Never fail to impress eh meatball?

  • Reply to

    where's fence rider rick?

    by prick3568 Jan 8, 2015 1:58 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 8, 2015 4:15 PM Flag

    Making money loser. Where are you? Oh thats right trying to save face with your cost basis above $2.

  • Reply to

    Covering and Swing traders

    by rick3568 Jan 8, 2015 2:44 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 8, 2015 4:14 PM Flag

    Funny if others did care, I could have saved you a lot of heartache and bank.
    Truth hurts.

  • Reply to

    Covering and Swing traders

    by rick3568 Jan 8, 2015 2:44 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 8, 2015 4:13 PM Flag

    Hows the weather in FLA?
    As far as trading something else its for my own good I ALREADY know that. Thats why I have made money and you havent. Last I checked this is in the basement from previous levels.

    Nice try right wing nut job.

  • Congrats longs. Nice breakout. A close above 24-25 cents on Friday would be needed to reverse the trend in the short term. My strategy also requires a big volume day to convince me this is a true bottom, something like 10m shares IMO. Either way nice start.

    Swing traders are likely piling in. They like to buy beaten down stocks after new year, and with the conference coming, its as good a reason as any.

    Sitting this swing out, didnt get in quick enough. Other fish to fry. If game changing news hits down the road, will jump in during a pullback.

    Good luck.

  • rick3568 rick3568 Jan 7, 2015 10:49 PM Flag

    Posted what exactly. And no I dont know #$%$ you are taking about. your paranoia holds no bounds. Im not on ihub, and when I did post there years ago I did so under the same name.

    Just because you have 50 ids doesnt mean everyone else does.
    Sweet Jesus on a crutch why do I bother with you. Are a full born fruit loop.

  • rick3568 rick3568 Jan 7, 2015 4:07 PM Flag

    I do like this mgt team a LOT more then the previous group of crooks and clowns.
    Its good they are keeping things in the limelight. They do it like a real bio tech firm. However, I dont believe there will be anything new presented. There are no studies running, so no new data. Also, if there is, they would have to release that info first in a PR.

    Speaking of JW, did everyone see Old McDonell got two years in the pokey.

  • Reply to

    RCPI future......

    by redbyte Jan 6, 2015 12:41 PM
    rick3568 rick3568 Jan 7, 2015 4:02 PM Flag

    First off huh?
    English. You made no sense or argument and proceeded to call someone a bozo.

    Second what patents exactly do they have?
    They have manufacturing and inflammation patents, but no patents to treat specific conditions BECAUSE they have yet to even announce what to study!
    Please enlighten us with the patents they have to treat specific conditions for the conditions they are seeking approval on.

    Best you read up before calling others Bozos.

    And as far as "cant patent ingredient in nature", again wrong. Yes they can, this is not the abine found in nature.

    Third redbyte makes the point that management has PUBLICALLY stated they would like to do. THey expressed interest in being bought out after early trials. i guess that means mgt fell off the turnip truck too - everyone else I guess, but you of course.

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