who gives a rip what your thoughts are on this board. why on earth do you feel the need to document your "due diligence" (due diligence by reading a yahoo mb??!! ha ha ha) before moving on to some other stock. crazy. why dont you take a selfie, too, and post it.
Nevermind...same price for both Yahoo and Scottrade, just that one shows a bigger loss for the day (Yahoo) since my Scottrade account is taking into account the eventual distribution.
Duh...guess that should have been obvious. Don't know why the Asterias shares aren't actually in my account yet, but I assume they will be after close sometime.
im wondering if Yahoo is updating...my Scottrade account has a completely different pps. Maybe it's the distribution. Maybe for whatever reason, that is messing up the ticker?
anyone know why there is a discrepancy between what Yahoo shows the share price to be and what Scottrade shows it? About a 9 cent difference for the past twenty minutes. small thing, but curious.
Seems GERON should hire these researchers. I wonder what their response to this article will be.
why on earth would you hold onto a stock that has given you no other return than pain for 15 years. never fall in love with a stock. take your losses, lick your wounds, and move on to something more promising. you should know that if you are indeed such a great investor...either that or there is a different truth to your post, that indeed you are a short in long clothing.
you must be a Fox news junky confusing "news" and "opinion".
and yeah, im a marxist. nice one.
what the he l l does this have to do with GERN? take your political backwash elsewhere please.
hang in there. this stock bumps up and down a lot, but generally increases over time rather than decreases. dont do a stop loss.
what a bald-faced hit piece! Seeking Alpha is a joke anyway -- like the Street and Motley Fool -- but this "article" is so blatantly biased it should come with a blaring disclaimer: "Views Expressed Within For The Express Purpose of The Author's Own Enrichment"
good point, although i dont see what the catalyst for shorts to start buying is either...although, it doesnt really take much to light a fire under the share price of this one, with so few shares out there.
i bought, too. dont be alarmed.
theyre going to have to get through a few trials on their own before a partner will want to risk their own money. so, they will definitely be selling some shares soon. thats why the price is down. once the dilution is over, the price will steady and may even increase a bit with the hopes of a new trial underway.
I thought this was just a shelf registration, meaning there is no absolute amount of shares they are planning on offering, but want the flexibility to sell shares in the future at any time and needed some in the bank, so to speak, to be able to do so. raising that amount to 150 million doesnt mean they are going to sell 150 next week, but could sell 10 million here, 30 million there...etc...until they run out. am i wrong? are they planning on doing a massive dilution all at once?
napadano says release is 5 years off with peak sales being 5 years after. a decade. and for all that, he adds only $1 in value per share. does that sound right? for a potential blockbuster like nsi-189?