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sensiseattle 118 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 19, 2015 4:58 PM Member since: Jun 26, 2007
  • Reply to

    Wuick chart talk

    by sensiseattle Jan 1, 2015 7:20 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Jan 3, 2015 2:05 PM Flag

    My idea on the submittal is that it is for RadioGel, not RG with an isotope. Without seeing the submittal who knows though. If RadioGel alone is the submittal then does it "perform as sold"? If so then approval for RG. Then you submit method of use, no? That could mean use of Y-90 but possibly other isotopes, or maybe " something" else. I am just throwing it out there. I think you can separate the device from method of use here. Did they do that?

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Bring the facts

    by sensiseattle Dec 31, 2014 9:31 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Jan 2, 2015 4:23 PM Flag

    These are easy questions guys. You can't answer or confirm them? Do your homework eh.

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Bring the facts

    by sensiseattle Dec 31, 2014 9:31 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Jan 1, 2015 10:22 PM Flag

    You Bedwetters can't do it! You do not know the details, we can tell.

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Wuick chart talk

    by sensiseattle Jan 1, 2015 7:20 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Jan 1, 2015 10:19 PM Flag

    The million dollar question is if the FDA rejected with or without specific instruction to AMIC. Did AMIC know where they needed to focus for the De Novo? Was the denial a general one or more specific? My gut tells me AMIC knows exactly what they needed to do to get approved. Now was it within their capacity to do so, or who could they have brought in to support them and make it happen? Only the most inside would know these answers. They kept the detail FDA letter from us!

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Wuick chart talk

    by sensiseattle Jan 1, 2015 7:20 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Jan 1, 2015 9:23 PM Flag

    Sure is Shekels! I appreciate that though. The investment is an easier one for me. It is a single event that makes or breaks things. Just like these Bowl games I am watching today. It is a 50/50 event, no confusion, no if, ands or buts. The results will impact the company and shareholders forever, good or bad with regards to FDA. AMIC and us shareholders will forever be right or wrong. I have so far been very pleased with my position on this company. I have made good decisions in building my position. Things have happened in general the way I thought they would for AMIC. They have followed through as of late with what they said they would do. They are looked upon well in research community with receipt of that grant. Now they are researchers; we'll see if they can present their results properly when it counts the most. I hope that consulting paid off this time.

    Thanks for commenting!

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • sensiseattle sensiseattle Jan 1, 2015 8:11 PM Flag

    That is really bad. Heck I could guess better picking a stock.

    SS

  • sensiseattle by sensiseattle Jan 1, 2015 7:20 PM Flag

    With selling yesterday the ADMD stock made a full retracement of its gains back to the news of the Grant and study at Washington State University. There is nothing left from share appreciation due to the de novo submittal news. I think that is just too low.

    I attribute at least a fair part of this fall to Tax Loss Selling and a lesser fall due to profit taking and panic among short term traders. I realize that a lot of shares were bought at the .0002 - .0003, as I bought there, and there will be some profit taking. I am watching for a base here at the .0008-9 level. ADMD should rise with the re-submittal de novo and AMIC follow through on several fronts in December.

    I am not letting any shares go yet. I will always post though. Bought the .0009. Just a small add as I posted yesterday. In my opinion I think longs are in a good spot short term here. 120 days or less for FDA. I would like to see an extension for AMIC to answer FDA questions. That would be a good sign to me!

    SS

    The Bedwetters:

    frankfontaine370, billbarnes591 (dec22), gmoites, stanmitchell40, s.wilson2222, garyalden28 (dec11), buzierbee41 aka ronrunoff, stevebonham247, jdodd11, fishhooks922, logancarl85, marymopes, augispr, thourough1234, leaonbrodsky, juiceupon33, bryanmorris647, Richard.williams47, papachomp, marcoruibiot.

    They are the naysayers, poster attackers, buy high sell low, do not own ADMD, scam screamers, carney barkers and generally time wasters on this YMB.

    Notable Quotes:
    [DEC27, 2014] Although, some of those pseudo-investor names, as we all know, belong to the same loser. Those will be the same ones that, when the share price rises, will once again change their board name and claim to, all along have had 10 mil. shares at a cost average of $.0001.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Bring the facts

    by sensiseattle Dec 31, 2014 9:31 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Dec 31, 2014 9:55 PM Flag

    Hey Bedwetters! If AMIC was a scam would they get letters of recognition from the DOE, receive grants funded by the state of Washington, be partnered with Washington State University Veterinarian School for the study of applications of RadioGel in animals, be recognized in magazines like Seattle Business and work with several other education programs and Nuclear Laboratories around the country? Would all of that happen for a scam company with a lousy CEO and BOD? I am pretty darn sure the answer is NO. If AMIC is a scam then why did the share price go from .0002 to over .002? You must be saying that the massive volume and share accumulation is happening through a bunch of investors with a bunch of money who have no idea what a scam AMIC is.

    I think I have it figured out. You guys are on the wrong side of the investment with regards to ADMD. You are scared to buy, frustrated that you cannot pull the trigger and jealous of investors who got it right. You got it wrong. You have been here long enough that I can see the posts years ago when you were excited about the company, then changed your position on ADMD later (sold your position if you had one) and then began your campaign of BS.

    I like homework, researching and reading fine print. I have done that here and have earned the right to name you individually to the Bedwetters. it is just a matter of time before others will have as much fun with you as I do. You guys are so wrong and do not even know it!

    Good times. ;-)

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Bring the facts

    by sensiseattle Dec 31, 2014 9:31 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Dec 31, 2014 9:44 PM Flag

    The Bedwetters:

    frankfontaine370, billbarnes591 (dec22), gmoites, stanmitchell40, s.wilson2222, garyalden28 (dec11), buzierbee41 aka ronrunoff, stevebonham247, jdodd11, fishhooks922, logancarl85, marymopes, augispr, thourough1234, leaonbrodsky, juiceupon33, bryanmorris647, Richard.williams47, papachomp, marcoruibiot.

    They are the naysayers, poster attackers, buy high sell low, do not own ADMD, scam screamers, carney barkers and generally time wasters on this YMB.

    Notable Quotes:
    [DEC27, 2014] Although, some of those pseudo-investor names, as we all know, belong to the same loser. Those will be the same ones that, when the share price rises, will once again change their board name and claim to, all along have had 10 mil. shares at a cost average of $.0001.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Bring the facts

    by sensiseattle Dec 31, 2014 9:31 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Dec 31, 2014 9:41 PM Flag

    Bedwetters you cannot seem to come to grips that posters here are not going away. You demonstrate an inability to engage a normal discussion regarding AMIC and all its opportunities and challenges. You only are here to attack the half dozen posters here who do try to discuss and question each others ideas.

    You have served no purpose here but to direct your childish opinions about other posters. Your short one line comments about the company AMIC and its officers and employees has no value here and in fact make you look ignorant. Your posts are not supported by facts in any SEC filing by the company AMIC. You cannot defend your positions. With that if you tried to start a rational conversation it would not be picked up. We can tell you have not done your homework.

    When AMIC's stock ADMD rises you attack posters who find themselves in in the position of making a good decision to buy stock at lower prices. You hate the posters, like myself, who own this stock. You hate AMIC even more it appears when anything goes good for the company.

    A message board is here to toss out ideas, discuss stock, discuss the company behind the stock, discuss the industry/sector the stock is in and in general discuss the company or stock for which the message board is for. You do none of that, not even close. You push down ideas and discussion points. You confuse and clutter the board. I can only figure that is why you are here, that is what your purpose is, heck maybe you are paid to do so.

    One thing that is very clear is that all the aliases in Bedwetters Club are those of only a few/couple individuals. There is no way that many people in the club could be online to respond and attack posters here all in one thread in such close schedule. In fact when I look at the "thumbs up" for these posts I know this to be true. There are not 12 aliases even on this message board on any given day but a Bedwetters post can get that many thumbs up in just a few hours.

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • sensiseattle by sensiseattle Dec 31, 2014 9:31 PM Flag

    Bedwetters you spend more time trying to save investors from themselves posting here. So go ahead and disprove the points below. You say AMIC is a scam, you say the CEO is a #$%$, you have even said RadioGel does not exist. You have said the company is going bankrupt. You have said the stock will never come back. It is in your posting history, you have said all these things.

    Reading the 10Q SEC filings AMIC said they would file for FDA approval and they did just that.

    Reading the same documents AMIC said that they would re-file with RadioGel through de-novo to change the classification of RadioGel or they would pursue approval under Class III requirements only after analysis of the best path of the two for the company. They filed De-novo.

    Reading the 10Q over several quarters they have said that they would need to raise capital to fund future business and studies and would do so through the best financing and terms available to them. They would also seek funding through grants as well as other means. They also said they would consider partnering as well. They have done that.

    They have said that they would work through organizations and universities to continue to develop their Brachytherapy portfolio. They have done that.

    Their business plan, also available if you care to look, has been followed as outlined and documented in press releases and 8k SEC filings. They have done all of this.

    The company has no outstanding legal disputes as stated in 10q. Quite surprising if the company is a scam as you claim.

    You will find consulting in the last year that they have paid for. With the de novo filed I can guess what the consulting fees are for. Can you?

    You have not done your homework in my opinion. All the information is out there in SEC filings but instead of read those legal documents and open up a discussion, ask questions and pass ideas you bark, spew and regurgitate the same statements. You are wrong and look dumb.

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • I think that the stock can struggle these last days of the year as there is tax loss selling in my opinion. There is no reason this should not be so. We know there are losses. I have share lots that are a loss. Some sell, others like myself do not, and it is just a decision made by an investor as measured against the rest of their portfolio gains/losses at year end.

    AMIC has had some great accomplishments this month from grants to resubmitting RadioGel to the FDA. So there are convertible shareholders and others who will join that group. What is the challenge is what position will they take with their shares. While they sell some shares to get their investment back they are getting those shares at great discounts. Will they hold some shares through FDA decision? This scenario can put less pressure on the share price of course. There is good take up of shares now, volume proves that. How will long shareholders respond with holding their position and what demand do new position holders put on the stock in the next 4 months? Will there be position building? It is always just supply and demand. There is a bunch of great news out there for AMIC at the moment. End of year is usually a mess with regards to the stock market. You really cannot read into the daily actions at all of many stocks. I am waiting to get into the new year a week or so prior to doing anything significant. I did buy shares today on the $.0009 as the stock has given back all of its gains back to news of the grant. Do your homework on AMIC and only after that make your investment decision.

    SS

    The Bedwetters:
    markcross453, frankfontaine370, billbarnes591 (dec22), gmoites, stanmitchell40, s.wilson2222, garyalden28 (dec11), buzierbee41 aka ronrunoff, stevebonham247, jdodd11, fishhooks922, logancarl85, marymopes, augispr, thourough1234, leaonbrodsky, juiceupon33, bryanmorris647, Richard.williams47, papachomp, marcoruibiot.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Possibly partner up.

    by sensiseattle Dec 30, 2014 3:54 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Dec 31, 2014 1:50 PM Flag

    anderson800, I need to look into those companies. Thank you for that input. I had thought companies that are direct competitors to AMIC as stated in their 10q as well. It makes sense to work with companies that are also involved with DOE/NNSA as they share challenges with this type of device and are "on the inside" with these agencies. If RadioGel has a place in the industry then I can only guess that AMIC is the party that is resisting the partner path.

    SS

    The Bedwetters:

    kenkaufman901, owengary32, konanski88, frankfontaine370, billbarnes591 (dec22), gmoites, stanmitchell40, s.wilson2222, garyalden28 (dec11), buzierbee41 aka ronrunoff, stevebonham247, jdodd11, fishhooks922, logancarl85, marymopes, augispr, thourough1234, leaonbrodsky, juiceupon33, bryanmorris647, Richard.williams47, papachomp, marcoruibiot.

    They are the naysayers, poster attackers, buy high sell low, do not own ADMD, scam screamers, carney barkers and generally time wasters on this YMB.

    Notable Quotes:
    [DEC27, 2014] Although, some of those pseudo-investor names, as we all know, belong to the same loser. Those will be the same ones that, when the share price rises, will once again change their board name and claim to, all along have had 10 mil. shares at a cost average of $.0001

    Sentiment: Buy

  • sensiseattle by sensiseattle Dec 30, 2014 3:54 PM Flag

    I think it is always reasonable to consider the possibilities of partnerships. Everyone knows that RadioGel has made it to resubmittal, everyone knows that AMIC is tight on cash and really importantly AMIC has the covenant rights to the patent on RadioGel. The big one is the patent. RadioGel to me does not seem like a technology that you refer to as, "if" it gets approved but more like "when" it gets approved. It is disruptive technology to the status quo in Brachytherapy. So with all that in mind there should be partnership opportunities out there. Those deals get a lot more expensive when RadioGel gets approved. So with this in mind has AMIC opened the books at all to prospective partners with regards to RadioGel?

    A partnership could really be interesting in regards to where AMIC is now as a business. Most of these partnerships I have seen come with an up front installment, often times millions of dollars, and then milestone payments as R&D proceeds. Ultimately royalties are earned. I think AMIC is going to end up there either way with regards to RadioGel so why not do it now? Is AMIC that confident with the submittal to the FDA? Do they think that even if the classification does not change from Class III that they will be in a better position to partner? A partnership could break at any time, just like the FDA submittal, and that is a gamble in and of itself for shareholders. It is like playing dice and there are easily a good six ways AMIC could go from here!

    The Bedwetters:

    frankfontaine370, billbarnes591 (dec22), gmoites, stanmitchell40, s.wilson2222, garyalden28 (dec11), buzierbee41 aka ronrunoff, stevebonham247, jdodd11, fishhooks922, logancarl85, marymopes, augispr, thourough1234, leaonbrodsky, juiceupon33, bryanmorris647, Richard.williams47, papachomp, marcoruibiot.

    They are the naysayers, poster attackers, buy high sell low, do not own ADMD, scam screamers, carney barkers and generally time wasters on this YMB.

    Notable Quotes:
    [DEC27, 2014] Although, some of those pseudo-investor names, as we all know, belong to the same loser. Those will be the same ones that, when the share price rises, will once again change their board name and claim to, all along have had 10 mil. shares at a cost average of $.0001.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    8K Time

    by sensiseattle Dec 29, 2014 10:18 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Dec 30, 2014 12:47 AM Flag

    Oh Yeah, you bet there is tax loss selling. Absolutely.

    SS ;-)

  • sensiseattle by sensiseattle Dec 29, 2014 10:18 PM Flag

    When are they going to get that out to the SEC? That is an important filing and also can alert investors of progress. I am looking for anything and everything that AMIC can do with regards to public notices! Today was great volume. I am not sure a stock like ADMD can fill gaps but that is what the last few days looks like on chart and volume. Awfully big volume for a light day of trading.

    SS

    The Bedwetters:

    frankfontaine370, billbarnes591 (dec22), gmoites, stanmitchell40, s.wilson2222, garyalden28 (dec11), buzierbee41 aka ronrunoff, stevebonham247, jdodd11, fishhooks922, logancarl85, marymopes, augispr, thourough1234, leaonbrodsky, juiceupon33, bryanmorris647, Richard.williams47, papachomp, marcoruibiot.

    They are the naysayers, poster attackers, buy high sell low, do not own ADMD, scam screamers, carney barkers and generally time wasters on this YMB.

    Notable Quotes:
    [DEC27, 2014] Although, some of those pseudo-investor names, as we all know, belong to the same loser. Those will be the same ones that, when the share price rises, will once again change their board name and claim to, all along have had 10 mil. shares at a cost average of $.0001.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    $.01.....$20 million

    by sensiseattle Dec 26, 2014 9:25 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Dec 29, 2014 5:03 PM Flag

    Thanks laman!

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    $.01.....$20 million

    by sensiseattle Dec 26, 2014 9:25 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Dec 29, 2014 11:03 AM Flag

    I do agree with you Anderson. My point is simply to reference the history of AMIC and you may get some vision into whether the share price could appreciate in the short term or not. If one goes back into 8k-10q for AMIC for issued shares in the past you can see this.

    AMIC has made it pretty clear that manufacturing and sales will be contracted out. Therefor you are 100% correct. AMIC, an R&D company, must be extremely careful IF RadioGel is approved by the FDA. They should not go it alone in my opinion and in their recent 10q they say as much.

    In fact, in my opinion they need to partner soon to keep the ball rolling. The hard part is if anyone would partner before FDA decision and guidance. Would AMIC even do it before FDA as they would likely get much better terms after FDA approval in my opinion. Companies like Theragenics Corp or Bard could be interested. They might even want to take out AMIC as they would not want to lose market share in the $300 million Brachytherapy market.

    Striking a deal for royalties on completion of any clinical trials with one of these companies could be the best way to keep funded and moving forward. The other option is of course what we have already seen, seek out investors on very favorable terms with convertibles and interest.

    It is a tough call at this point. Share price is always a guess, made even tougher as they have much more debt than 2012 but at the same time are technically much closer to an approved product than back then.

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    $.01.....$20 million

    by sensiseattle Dec 26, 2014 9:25 PM
    sensiseattle sensiseattle Dec 28, 2014 1:53 AM Flag

    Yeah, there are more. I have a couple I can add. Will get that done. I am going to add a "quotes" section too. You will recognize. It is a work in progress. Kinda like the construction of my position in ADMD. You know, little ball on the way down and then big ball when it was too low, nowhere to go but up, undervalued company position building. With what you said I am almost happy I posted some buys. I should have posted all of them but why? I get tired of being chided. The position speaks for itself so....

    Anyways, some of those names gave me #$%$ when I said sell at .21 while they were buying. Oh, I was in trouble here for saying the Market Cap was too high and this and that. I had shares at .08-.10 back then. You know you got some buy high sell low, your wrong when you're right message board bedwetters. I wonder what will happen when the time comes that I say sell again. Should be great!

    That money bought some shares at .0003!

    Ha ha, good times and you have been there most of the way. That was like 2011-2012! The good ole days. Not as good as now though!

    SS

    Sentiment: Buy

  • sensiseattle by sensiseattle Dec 26, 2014 9:25 PM Flag

    It is not unreasonable really. The stock has traded that market cap several times. The last time was in November '13 and remained there for some time.

    SS

    The Bedwetters:

    billbarnes591 (dec22), gmoites, stanmitchell40, s.wilson2222, garyalden28 (dec11), buzierbee41 aka ronrunoff, stevebonham247, jdodd11, fishhooks922, logancarl85, marymopes, augispr, thourough1234, leaonbrodsky, juiceupon33, bryanmorris647, Richard.williams47, papachomp, marcoruibiot.

    They are the naysayers, poster attackers, buy high sell low, do not own ADMD, scam screamers, carney barkers and generally time wasters on this YMB. I probably missed a few but my memory is only so good. If I missed you then I apologize. Being a bedwetter is a big deal of course

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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