Agree Attila. My ignore list is growing rapidly, especially these new posters that purposely play off of each other like good cop, bad cop. The board has been overrun with hedge fund monkeys attempting to run this stock up and down in both directions. Welcome to volatility.
Bring it on! I'm in this for the long term, so any opportunity to add to my position at bargain prices would be great. I have my limit to buy order in and awaiting it's strike price.
They aren't really new longs tink. They are traders posing as longs. Only a trader would want management to prop up the share price with "news". I'm with you...let management do their jobs and results will speak for themselves.
That's the best you could come up with? You haven't been around here for very long, have you. Keep trying.....maybe something more believable will eventually come from your bashing efforts and scare some unsuspecting prospective investor.
Everyone whining about management not "throwing us a bone" sounds like a bunch of spoiled brats. Get over it! Why should management attempt to micro-manage the share price? If they are confident in their product and I believe they are, they shouldn't give a dam* about the temporary games being played with the share price because in the end, valuation will take care of itself.
As good management, you don't attempt to prop up the share price. You let results take care of that. Didn't we already have management that propped up share price in past (ie--Frank Reynolds) and how did that work out? Yeah, everyone agreed here later that it was the wrong thing to do after seeing the negative effects in share price it ultimately produced.
Traders want propping by management. Real investors shouldn't care.
Every weekend it seems the basher get together and decide what their bashing theme will be to start the new week. This week I have noticed they are beating the "no news, I am worried" theme. For me, it's all a bunch of useless noise from them.
Yep, that was obvious to me some time ago. And then he puts out this topic for all of his basher friends to jump on and add to the paranoia.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Like myself, most of us came to this stock and invested in it with the thought of making money, possibly big money. But then I read posts like this and feel very good about the fact that it goes much deeper than that now for many of us that have been around long enough to see the impactful benefits the scaffold appears to be making, and the hope it might provide to those impacted by SCI injury. Do I still want to make money on it? Sure, but if I had to choose only one between making money on it or seeing it benefit SCI injury, I'd choose the latter every time. Ideally, a profitable investment follows successful treatment of those that undergo the procedure.
And there you have it. Golong didn't stay long and is probably kicking himself for selling pre-split when he could have sold post for a whole lot more. Now he is looking for an re-entry point under his sell price (somewhere under $12), so time to try to convince people it is "not wise to invest in this company".
Personally, I think it is time to buy more.
I would prefer they not issue PR's just for the sake of propping up the pps.....aka Frank Reynolds. They should just follow their schedule and concentrate on developing/marketing their products and if it's a winner, everything will take care of itself
It was a very coordinated attack and you could see it setting up when reading this message board Sunday evening. Nothing material has changed to warrant a 17.58% drop today.
Welcome to the bigger leagues. With the Nasdaq and increased exposure comes hedge funds and their best Message board trolls. Oncodoc has one singular purpose....spend every minute on this board only, to create fear and doubt. Do yourselves a huge favor. Put him on ignore. These trolls thrive on attention. Take away his pulpit and just ignore him.
Let me guess....you love a good conspiracy theory. My opinion? You are seriously overthinking this one.
Who cares what someone who just registered a brand new ID today thinks. Just another basher in sheep's clothing with his very first post on this board.
Isn't that the truth! I jumped off of that wagon some time ago, and am doing quite fine on my own lining my own pockets rather than someone else's.
Ha, let them try. I, like many here, would welcome one more opportunity to buy up more shares at a discount to this current price. I'd be absolutely all over that, which is why it will never happen. But boy, if it does, I'll be selling lots of other holdings to buy more of this one.
Pretty clear to me that Sean followed his own advice on April 7th and sold with the thought that he could buy back lower. So I think he should have titled this thread "What Sean hopes to expect after the Split".
Two choices Sean....accept you guessed wrong and buy back in now while it isn't too far above the pre-split adjust price --or-- sit and watch it continue to go higher and kick yourself for waiting too long to get back in or worse, never getting back in.
BTW- congrats on cherry picking an example to fit your agenda. The implied comparison means absolutely nothing.
Yeah, I'll agree with wild gold..... you are confused, and it is not often I agree with him. If you bothered looking at my history, you would see I have been around this stock a long time and am indeed a long. I am none of who you accuse me of being. For what it's worth, I added to my 75,000 share position at the recent 0.23 price. Always nice to lower my cost average.
I am and have been long quite some time, but let's be honest vngumm. This is a volatile mining stock. Yes, it had the largest gain, but it also often has the largest percentage losses. It all balances out. It merely made up the ground it lost the last few days.