I was wrong too. Should have picked up a little more of the TGTX yesterday. Would have been a nice trade. AKAO having a nice little move today also.
Always good to hear from you. Very nice call on CEMP. Your timing has always been incredible.
Don't sell Golong "short." The jury is still out on TGTX. I own a little at $11.84. I plan to buy some more and average down a little.
Preacher posts bash after bash, but it doesn't change anything. It's still simple. If Merck-Serono funds the Phase 3 then the stock will go up. If they don't, the stock will go down. It's a waste of time to even talk about it. Nobody knows at this point what Merck-Serono will do. Just my opinion.
Are you feeling lucky? Step up to the plate and buy 100,000 shares for $48,000. If Merck-Serono pays for the Phase 3, then maybe we go to $10. Take the million dollars and walk away. It would be a good hit. Of course you could sell half, then you would have a great profit plus free shares.
Just like California Senator "Frankenstein" was going to investigate the high gasoline prices years ago. Never heard anything more about it.
I don't know how old he is, but I would guess he is a pretty old guy. Probably wants to take some of the money off the table. Maybe for the kids? Who knows?
Old Lindsey says if we don't take our fair share of the refugees, then we should tear down the statue of liberty. We could always tear it down and then build a giant Welfare Building on the site. We could then do a painting of the statue of liberty on the face of the building. Then the refugees could admire the painting as they entered the welfare building to pick up their checks.
What more could you ask for? I like the recent insider buying around these levels. The CMO is not afraid to step up to the plate and buy with her own money. Shows a lot of confidence. Looks like a good situation. Just my opinion.
The recent insider buying is very interesting. They just raised some money so that shouldn't be an issue. Price target of $6. Cheap stock. Lots of leverage. Thanks for bringing the stock to our board's attention.