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riskreturn168 557 posts  |  Last Activity: 36 minutes ago Member since: Oct 6, 2007
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    LPC is NOT buying up float

    by scappy25 Jun 16, 2014 10:32 AM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 16, 2014 11:06 AM Flag

    NVLX & ELTP are two other Bio-med companies that have received similar financing deals from LPC this year. They both have benefited greatly. Obviously, I am not a Venture Capitalist and am no expert on the subject. But just reflect for a moment: Why would LPC offer to buy AMBS shares (20 Million worth) at whatever price Gerald wants? What if Gerald ran the stock up to .50 cents artificially, sold shares to LPC at .50 cents, then the price fell back to .30 cents? That would seem to be a very real possibility under the terms LPC has with us. Why would they do it? I think JP's theory makes sense, that LPC knew AMBS had great potential, financing was last piece of puzzle to make them go up, they knew catalysts were coming, so to make sure AMBS does succeed, they start buying up the available float to drive the pps up when those catalysts come. Though each deal is probably different, look at the past 1 year charts for the two companies i cited above. You will notice they had massive spikes. They settled down after the spike, but at a substantially higher price than they began at. I suspect this may be part of the "financial engineering" Gerald was talking about to get us up listed to the NASDAQ. They buying has been too steady for it to just be random retail buyers that have suddenly taken an interest. It's just a theory.

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    LPC Gobbling Up Remaining Float

    by riskreturn168 Jun 16, 2014 9:50 AM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 16, 2014 10:07 AM Flag

    Why would LPC give us the financing deal they did, where they promise to buy our shares at whatever price the pps is at when Gerald decides to sell? They don't make any real money on that deal, unless they buy up tens of millions of shares down low before the catalysts are announced and multiply their investment on those shares by 4 or 5 times or more. That is LPC's game plan. They've done this before with other stocks. JP over on Ihub is the one who first brought this to our attention.

  • riskreturn168 by riskreturn168 Jun 16, 2014 9:50 AM Flag

    If LPC keeps gobbling up the remaining float before any of the catalysts are even announced, when the announcements do come, what AMBS shares will be available for the new buyers? EXACTLY!! Oh, I suppose I'd sell a couple at .60 cents, and maybe some at .80. But I wouldn't let many go for under $2. Is what is happening before our eyes the "financial engineering" Gerald spoke of on the CC that would "really reward shareholders?"

  • riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 15, 2014 8:07 PM Flag

    Yeah, I remember that. JT was also a great defensive First Baseman! Not a bad hitter, either. But I can also remember his Dad Jack Snow, #84, when he was a wide receiver with the Los Angeles Rams. He was a GREAT receiver. That was when Roman Gabriel was QB and Les Josephson was running back and they had the "fearsome foursome" on defense. I doubt anyone on the mb can go much further back than that!!

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    Finished loading

    by zoolanderblue Jun 13, 2014 3:08 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 15, 2014 7:58 PM Flag

    Fooler: No successful person would make a post like that! You're slipping.

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    Finished loading

    by zoolanderblue Jun 13, 2014 3:08 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 15, 2014 10:56 AM Flag

    Fooler: I honestly haven't deleted any of my posts the past week. But someone has been deleting several of mine. Are you the guy? I'd really be disappointed if you turned out to be just another one of the aliases like: bigbang, coldcoffee, bigbuffoon, sammyvaugh, etc, etc. I was hoping you really were an angry unemployed PhD that had nothing better to do than follow me around on a mb. LOL. Either way....you're a pathetic phony!!

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    Finished loading

    by zoolanderblue Jun 13, 2014 3:08 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 14, 2014 10:44 PM Flag

    Fooler: I think you're more effective when you're doing your high minded professor deal. Your post about me being a "fraud" just makes you sound like a run of the mill basher, like sammyvaugh. Blaah!! I think you need to take a Basher Refresher course.

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    Finished loading

    by zoolanderblue Jun 13, 2014 3:08 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 14, 2014 8:45 PM Flag

    "Standing up for the chap?" LOL. You must think I'm really something because you sure follow me around a lot!

  • Reply to

    Update from San Francisco 2

    by garydaemon Jun 14, 2014 1:44 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 14, 2014 3:22 PM Flag

    Gerald probably scheduled ahead of time key Big Pharma people to meet with him and Urano. I wouldn't be surprised if they meet with several potential suitors. Getting Dr. Urano in front of them with Gerald present is a great way to showcase MANF's diabetes potential. Gerald is probably telling them about the whole "orphan" thing and sizing up who is really serious. I would think Johnson and Johnson would be serious. We know Novartis has done some studies already on MANF/Diabetes. Gerald told me that in Las Vegas. It all depends on who is willing to step up with the big money first!! How strong the Wolframs data is will determine how fast this thing flies. Urano sure seems excited, so the data is probably pretty good.

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    Why Did LPC Give AMBS Great Financing?

    by riskreturn168 Jun 13, 2014 5:39 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 14, 2014 11:49 AM Flag

    Solantey: "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." So thank you. However, I did give credit to JP on this concept because he and Gerald have a history of several email exchanges regarding this "LPC Financing Model" dating back nearly a year. But you also re-stated it well!

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    Finished loading

    by zoolanderblue Jun 13, 2014 3:08 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 14, 2014 12:53 AM Flag

    Professor: You've mentioned the "nervous" theme several times lately. Have you been taking your OCD meds?

  • So they could assure AMBS' success! Adequate financing was the last piece of the puzzle Gerald needed to turn AMBS into a world class company. With all the incredible breakthrough drugs and diagnostics we have, Lincoln knew that if they gave us great financing, we would take off. That is how they'll make money. Sure, they'll make money on the shares they buy from us (the 20 million worth). But Gerald doesn't have to sell it to them down low at .10 or .12 cents. He can wait until we're at .30 cents so we don't have to give up as many shares to get the money. That isn't the way Lincoln makes a killing. They knew that by giving us sweat heart financing, we would be a sure winner. And they will make sure we win. They are the ones behind the slow stead accumulation upwards this past couple of weeks. That is where they'll make their killing. If they buy millions of shares in the .08 to .14 cent range, they are loading themselves up and priming the stock price to soar when all the great catalysts hit over the next few months. The price will soar from .14 cents to .40 or .50 cents of more by the time we up list. Then, as JP Morgan and Fidelity and B of A are buying millions of shares to place as holdings in their mutual funds, Lincoln Capital will be selling the shares to them, at a 4 to 5 times profit. JP over on Ihub has been calling this thing with Lincoln for some time. I think he is spot on. This run has nothing to do with news from this weekend at the AMA Conference. We are continuing upward and no short or flipper knows where it will end.

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    Finished loading

    by zoolanderblue Jun 13, 2014 3:08 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 13, 2014 5:24 PM Flag

    The buying we've experienced has not been because of expectations of news from this Conference this weekend. It started before we even knew Urano would be there. Lincoln Park Capital and their associates are the main force behind our rise.

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    Finished loading

    by zoolanderblue Jun 13, 2014 3:08 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 13, 2014 4:17 PM Flag

    Well Mr. Zoo, to test your theory maybe you should sell your shares Monday morning? News is probably months away! Yeah, sell your shares.

  • Reply to

    You've Got to Love Those Shorts!

    by riskreturn168 Jun 13, 2014 10:25 AM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 13, 2014 11:23 AM Flag

    I'll try that, thanks.

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    You've Got to Love Those Shorts!

    by riskreturn168 Jun 13, 2014 10:25 AM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 13, 2014 11:04 AM Flag

    I have registered with them but can't get the "validation" needed so I can post. I've tried 4 times.

  • riskreturn168 by riskreturn168 Jun 13, 2014 10:25 AM Flag

    Whoever is trying to short AMBS....you've got to love them. If they succeed, at best, they drive the stock price down to .07 cents. With all the catalysts expected soon, the odds are they are going to have to cover at a loss. I doubt they'll get caught in a "short squeeze" where they can't cover until the pps goes all the way up to .25 cents. But if there is big news, that could happen. Most likely, they'll lose on their bet and have to cover in the 11s or 12s. Is Joboggi on Ihub their mentor? LOL. What losers! That guy is a 24/7 moron!!!

  • Reply to

    PRs

    by wikidsnoboarder2000 Jun 12, 2014 6:29 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 13, 2014 8:41 AM Flag

    I don't know what book of scripture that came from....but I like it! However, there was a guy on the CC who asked Gerald what the pps would be in June or July. That question, which was a little odd, and this guy's post, which was a little odd, kind of add up together for me. If he is for real, it doesn't seem too strange that someone with a huge stake could be frustrated over how things have gone. I think all of us thought we'd be trading at a higher price now than we are. He says he has a lot of shares on the line and is reaching out for reassurance. I get that. And my advice to him as one that has spoken with Gerald face to face 3 times, and on CC two times, and as one who has followed the stock pretty closely over the past 10 months since I've owned it....to just hang on for another couple of months. If we get to mid August and we are not trading any higher....then SOMETHING IS ROTTEN IN DENMARK. Our Copenhagen Conference data must not have been received very well, and no one was impressed with our LymPro partnership deal. But before one comes to that conclusion, I think we'd need to wait until mid August. All these high powered people Gerald has brought on don't seem worried about our near future, neither does Lincoln Park Capital. Neither am I. I say we will be to at least to .20 to .25 cents by mid August. The market makers who are conducting the "walk up" with our pps the past week or so also think something is up. We're good!

  • Reply to

    PRs

    by wikidsnoboarder2000 Jun 12, 2014 6:29 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 12, 2014 11:18 PM Flag

    bif_j: I've tried 4 times. I am registered with them. They send me notices of articles on my email. But when I click the "New Post" button it says I must be validated. I fill out the boxes with the info they ask for and they say they'll email me the validation. I've never gotten it. I look in my inbox and spam. I've done this 4 times. I can see all of your posts, but I can't post.

  • Reply to

    PRs

    by wikidsnoboarder2000 Jun 12, 2014 6:29 PM
    riskreturn168 riskreturn168 Jun 12, 2014 10:37 PM Flag

    bulltracker: I've tried 4 times. I am registered with the site and I can get to the message board, but when I click the "New Post" button it says I must be validated first. So I fill out the boxes they request and they say they'll email it to me. I never get it. I check my inbox and spam as well. There must be a glitch. You know, I posted this earlier, I think it was to you, and it got deleted also. Someone is deleting my posts. I think Solantey is upset at me.

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