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snowflakeformationxy 105 posts  |  Last Activity: 7 hours ago Member since: Dec 15, 2012
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    Does anyone believe PFE is just gonna say

    by enabeler May 24, 2016 9:44 AM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy 7 hours ago Flag

    Secretary of State registration file number is 001153156. Lots of CEO connections to Cambridge Massachusetts. I spent a lot of time in Cambridge when I was younger. Now, I'm only a few stone throws from SF. My parents once owned areas of country land in Massachusetts with lakes and streams. I wish that I could go back in time just to fishing rods and a game of horse shoes with my parents.

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    Does anyone believe PFE is just gonna say

    by enabeler May 24, 2016 9:44 AM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 24, 2016 10:35 AM Flag

    There's 30 States where a company can register corporate title establishment when their home office is in another State. About 1.5 years ago, Exelixis completed registration with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. One reason why this was done, was to advert any outside interest penalty as in conflict of interest for BOD members. A second reason could be tax considerations for product development and distribution. A third reason gets involved, which has to do a possible ongoing favorite partnership or a future partnership that would reflect back to conflicts of interest. There's many foreign drug companies that also have establishment in Massachusetts as well as US drug companies. Any possible friendly M&A might have bearing to either California or Massachusetts. I don't see a friendly takeover until several members of the BOD retire from the Board.

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    Buyout

    by rad.onco May 23, 2016 11:52 AM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 23, 2016 1:05 PM Flag

    The convertible debt isn't an impediment. Exelixis lacks in R&D, but they do have discovery units - one for compound patenting. R&D is often about establishing future income - sales. This could come about by an needed infusion of cash to increase sales. Add to that, monies to develop intellectual property. Company is seen to have had friendly table discussions per patterning360, although round table / panels are not allowed to mention names of companies. I've seen interesting talk on M&A legal sites, but hedge funds are always listening, so I take that with a grain of salt. We had mostly clean trading for the last several weeks with little evidence of convert trading which slowed down the MMs.

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    snowflake's "Joe"

    by joeflow77 May 18, 2016 7:31 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 21, 2016 11:56 AM Flag

    Homeland Security is warning all Windows PC users to uninstall QuickTime as soon as possible. They are calling an "urgent need to action." Apple will not continue to patch security vulnerabilities. "DHS's United States Computer Readiness Team (US - CERT) put out a similar alert warning. Micro Trend and MSFT are now advising to uninstall QT.
    These cyber crooks are all ready into Yahoo's portals. On some security non Yahoo boards there's large numbers of "lookers" "readers" at any given time.

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    snowflake's "Joe"

    by joeflow77 May 18, 2016 7:31 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 19, 2016 5:09 AM Flag

    Joe, your problem may be associated with SQNM, but you and many of us that use Yahoo finance have been infiltrated. Yahoo hasn't updated, but thousands of users were hit last year or the year before. "Many attackers have infiltrated the Yahoo web portal's. When visitors came by the sites, they discreetly download malware files to the visitor's computer." They find a task exe. file such as attask or QTTask - a remote file. I'm not giving advice, but I uninstalled both files and Quicktime. All problems solved immediately.

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    snowflake's "Joe"

    by joeflow77 May 18, 2016 7:31 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 18, 2016 9:53 PM Flag

    My problem started when I had posted on Yahoo news. The article was about the CEO of Facebook and his opinion about gun ownership. I called him a hypocrite as he has 14/15 guards protecting his home. A poster threaten me and said that he was going to junk my id. I stated to get words added to my posts and post deletions on Yahoo central, not finance. From deep into his history, he stated that he once worked for Face and now Apple.

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    snowflake's "Joe"

    by joeflow77 May 18, 2016 7:31 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 18, 2016 8:20 PM Flag

    Joe,
    I had removed the post because of some stupid grammar mistakes with the intention of reposting it later. Having a really bad headache - loud ear ringing. I was just wondering if either at home or at work your computers contain any attask or task programming. If you posted from work as a biologist the computers most likely have task programs. This is by far the most common way that personal information from using Yahoo can be obtained. I had this problem, contacted Microsoft and my personal security provider and was instructed to remove attask, which was a hidden program on my computer. Since then no one has been able to delete or add words to my Yahoo posts. I do understand that when a Yahoo finance poster removes a post, any later thread posts will disappear. I didn't see you post on that thread, so I thought that it was a spam reporting for Wilder and myself.

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    Digital Pong

    by wilderguide May 18, 2016 12:11 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 18, 2016 5:06 PM Flag

    Sorry - correction
    I'm so stuck on the letters MM. The CEO and market makers. It should be M&A.

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    Digital Pong

    by wilderguide May 18, 2016 12:11 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 18, 2016 4:49 PM Flag

    I owned the dogs, but my wife owned the horses before I met her. Hatch in common shows honesty. As evil as a bond holder, our 2 largest past holders were out for more than just a rate of income. They wanted the company to fail. JPM doesn't want to close the books. They want GS pushed aside to receive the income from a M&M.

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    From three little pigs to one big pig

    by snowflakeformationxy May 16, 2016 9:50 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 18, 2016 8:10 AM Flag

    Wilder, no doubt we were both reported for spam and had our posts removed. Posts are still in our history. Both source sites do not contain malware, unlike the daily spam malware #$%$ that Yahoo allows.

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    From three little pigs to one big pig

    by snowflakeformationxy May 16, 2016 9:50 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 17, 2016 4:19 PM Flag

    A few years ago I wrote a few Yahoo blogs (have copies) about JPM, their Highbridge arm and six other JPM hedge funds concerning manipulation and the CFTC. Read an older article - 2010 "Andrew Maquire exposes systemic fraud by CFTC and JPM.

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    From three little pigs to one big pig

    by snowflakeformationxy May 16, 2016 9:50 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 17, 2016 2:33 PM Flag

    Highbridge often uses forex methods for gap indications. Slightly lower volume shown today points to an exhaustion gap. ASCO will have a lot to do with resistance. The medical side posters should be able to determine if we find support. Wilder and company may have updated thoughts about ASCO that could determine short term future pricing.

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    From three little pigs to one big pig

    by snowflakeformationxy May 16, 2016 9:50 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 17, 2016 1:16 AM Flag

    Highbridge most likely will let the price ride up sometime in the future by substantial covering. Then they will probably exit by conversion. They have other places to go and other people's money to mess with.

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    From three little pigs to one big pig

    by snowflakeformationxy May 16, 2016 9:50 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 17, 2016 12:56 AM Flag

    Correct - They high speed trade capital structure arbitrage, convertible arbitrage, statistical arbitrage and volatility arbitrage. I traded against this hedge fund (other companies and against pools, derivatives and futures associations) and found ways to beat them. We just have options, so it's pretty easy. If you want to learn how to beat them in EXEL trading or swings, go to digplanet. "Learn and talk about Highbridge Capital Management, Hedge". --- When there, clink on arbitrage titles above.

  • snowflakeformationxy by snowflakeformationxy May 16, 2016 9:50 PM Flag

    Highbridge Capital Management LLC now owns all Exelixis bonds from registration date. Source: holdingschannel. Of over 1100 holdings by Highbridge, we rank 18th in $ value. How nice.

  • snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 16, 2016 1:57 PM Flag

    True, I have never seen the sell percentage of retail selling so high - advanced Level II. INTs are holding because they see all ratios to debt being improved or cured in forward months to 2019. Retail is trading more on emotion that the creditors and hedge funds.

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    my message was about regn

    by mj525252 May 15, 2016 6:47 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 15, 2016 7:34 PM Flag

    Because REGN analysts base much of their consensus on the cost side, often using a fixed model. Cost includes wages, marketing and sales. The REGN model highly considers (balance) fixed expenses percentages to income.

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    lenvatinib/everolimus combo approved

    by rad.onco May 13, 2016 5:05 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 14, 2016 1:54 PM Flag

    "Time will tell how the Oncs view the data ..." For the West Coast, a large national hospital chain that bought the largest hospital chain (52) in the West has a faith foundation, but is for profit. Quality of life values precedes extension of life on the West coast. This includes the California University teaching hospital system. A debate could also be made for insurance claim restrictions for extended hospital stay by all insurance carriers including Medicare. Renal failure - serious dehydration. West coast docs won't be using lenv/ever.

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    $12 is fair but $20 is wanted ...

    by godhairyballs May 10, 2016 10:35 AM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 13, 2016 10:29 PM Flag

    From your recent post with Willsey buying more, I did an update (hedge fund and associated financiers/ bond guys) to compare interests with our BOD. These guys are now in bed together every day. Much of the dealings surrounds Dignity Health investing and their sharing with our Board and the whole lot of financiers. The BOD also has other family members involved in bio ventures that now include our financiers. This should help for cleaner trading. It was nice that we had little convert trading and naked shorts this week. It frustrated the MMs trying to phony the ask, so to appear that sellers were present.

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    Axing

    by snowflakeformationxy May 13, 2016 3:14 PM
    snowflakeformationxy snowflakeformationxy May 13, 2016 4:07 PM Flag

    Thanks, back at yours. I haven't been long term net positive (a solid future) years going, partly because of a very long detailed 12 part biotech series that I had mentioned here several times. Reason is that there's players that play very hard and that the company didn't have enough guidance (consultants) on both the medical and financial side. I know an oncologist, a group guidance director that has called every medical decision correctly. He had said that past fee paid article writing was often just "I want a paycheck". He said, that his large hospital system group will be on board with two EXEL treatments. He wouldn't say which ones and for what stage of treatment.

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