After Fox ran a piece on it. $5 here we come.
OMG Neuralstem may actually have a cure for ALS! Utterly amazing to See Ted and John actually walk, and in Ted's case run with ALS.
Interesting. I still think NSI-189 alone makes CUR an acquisition target by big pharma looking to bump up their Alzheimer's pipeline.
The ALS trial is interesting, but I suspect the one quietly catching big Pharma's attention is the NSI-189 trials. Mostly because it's an entirely new approach at treating diseases emanating from Hippocampus disfunction, with very promising results. Look it up, you'll see where CUR is headed.
Seems overdone. Hot company with a dream team of management and scientists. Also a couple of high profile institutions opened positions in VSTM last quarter based on filings.
I believe they get posted on the 15th, right? Perhaps some investors are anticipating some important institutions will now have CUR positions. I bet we see a huge volume surge into today's close and we close above today's high. Followed by a significant up day tomorrow.
You are probably thinking of the following. If it turns out that Mass General gets added (a Harvard University teaching hospital), then we'll see some serious money start pouring into CUR:
"The third crucial element we will demonstrate with this trial involves the ability to actually deliver the therapy to such a large patient population. In addition to Emory University, patients will be treated at the University of Michigan; and most likely Massachusetts General Hospital will be added as a third site (we are still in discussions, but both of us agree that it is likely to happen)."
Based on yesterday's late day trading activity. Gotta love the MMs. Funny how it was penny shy yesterday of the prior 52 week low. The games they play.
How much? PRAN market cap is only $170 million.
- Company is based in Cambridge MA.
- MarketCap is just 100M.
- They have a promising cure for Psoriasis, with excellent results in Phase 2. (8 Billion dollar marketplace)
- Baker Bros, Healthcor, Broadfin, FIrst Eagle, and Pillar all recently posted ownership stakes over 5% in IDRA
- Scientific Advisory Board is a "who's who" of scientists and doctors.
- Significant insider buying.
See you at $10.
Ya, it was pretty easy to recognize what these guys are up to. I scooped up a bunch of shares at $2.09, and prepared to buy more from weak hands. A lot of people want in a cheap prices.