These attacks are getting somewhat old...thought at $2.00 we were beneath their interest, but clearly there is more blood to be spilled. That said, maybe just maybe we are close to a significant announcement and the vultures are getting ready proactively. We can hope
So I'm thinking that maybe I would buy 30,00o shares to bring my average cost down. Seems they aren't going away yet. Sooooooo what do you think you can get this at and has anyone tried to buy some recently?
I think we should expect merely a rehash based on previous conferences. While I'm a believer and I'm all in on Neuvax, today's mediocre volume and history portends very little significant new info. That said, I bought more today at 0.63. Guess I never learn.
Look we traded at 4 cents. 4 cents. Raising money..dilution.....at 4 cents? You assume this is a real company. You should spend your time attacking real companies not 4 cent stocks.
I guess we are all numb at $2 and change,but negativity has seemed to waned...finally. What comes first? Clearing Linda and BOD of wrong doings. End of halt of trials ? German reimbursement? Any of these get us going again . Anyone even remember UK Pims?
I think this week brings some clarity as to who bought the latest offering and possibly an announcement that clarifies why NWBO needed only $12 mil. in the latest sale. It would be a nice start to the new year, if FDA lifted the halt... or something even bigger.
If you already own shares, hard for me to understand to do anything but adding a little. Too much uncertainty and lack of information going forward. That said I'm still a believer in the viability of NWBO so I would simply bargain hunt. I thought $3.60 made sense so what the heck do I know. Can't see initiating a large position even at $3.20
I was bummed out all my bio's today until I saw this article. Good news on Gale must be in the offering with that article coming out today. Thanks MF. Feeling better now
At 0.055 it's not so much an investment as a leap of faith. I think any company that went 0.015 to 0.055 isn't significant enough to bash. This company stopped being an epic failure at 2 bucks and that was years ago. It's now a wing and a prayer
Bought after announcement of stock offering. Got it at $3.60 but I'm truly burned out and have no interest to add more now. Next time I'll buy on an uptick even it's a lot higher. Tough to bargain hunt with this one. Just ask Sir Neil about that. Good luck to all in the New Year and perhaps a New Year announcement that is positive.
Someone believes....albeit at .06 cents. I guess at this price is a no-brainier if you bought at ?.?
There is something serious in the works . Consider that as late as Dec 11, Sean was slamming the sale of Abstral and ridiculing terms of law suit settlement. There has been no new positive news for the sudden about face. Why oh why is Sean now a cheerleader?
I agree somewhat with the desire to "end the noise", but even long-time positive shareholders deserve more transparency and communication. Of course the shorts will cease on any opportunity that is given them, but when longs get blindsided by a sudden out of the blue stock dilution and no real updates on developments, this is the dialogue that results.
Adds no benefit but is to be expected when we are approaching $3.00 with no real explanation. That said, it would be nice for intelligent and unemotional dialogue.
I appreciate what you posted, but how do they tolerate such woeful performance. As they essentially control the BOD, how do they accept no revenues, no contracts and even a decline even in the pitiful numbers of DNA tests? We are virtually down to zero cash flow and obviously they are going to need money very soon.
Don't see them going BK, as no one is willing to write off their investment starting with apparently Alticor. Boy how great would 0.45 cents look today
Additionally I don't understand if the science is so great, why haven't they been bought out, or at the very least do a partnership deal with an HMO? At least with Lou Bender we got a press release once in a while.
Happy Holidays to all the ILI,ers.