You guys live and lived in paradise. I went from poor to less than nothing, lived in a cardboard box with NO parents (mother ran off when I was five, and my alcoholic father died five years later) from the age of 10 - 12 when I was picked up and put in a boys home where they worked you and beat you half to death. When on my own, I scavenged and did little jobs for people. I ate Sunday when the local church had lunch in fellowship hall. I went Wednesday night for cookies. Still, I pitied some that I felt were worse off. I used the only thing I had; my brain. I graduated from high school with honors, went into the military, then graduated from college on the superior honor roll. All poverty is relative. All life situations can get worse or better. Comparisons are meaningless. It's not the size of the dog, it's the size of his heart.
This news is so good. Since much of the trails are going on in Germany, the regulators there have access to all the data now. They don't have to wait to evaluate like the FDA is. The Germans are excited at what they see and know. It would be a crime NOT to let people get access to DCVax. Early approval by the FDA is next. They will play close attention to the findings and rationale of the German regulators.
Just as Churchill said, "Never give up, never, give up, never give up". People are their own worst enemies. They will wallow in self pity, and expect someone else to do for them what they should do for themselves. Most of the time it's an excuse for being lazy, but not always. Some people require inspiration, some respond to targeted help, but when it's remote and bureaucratic, as from the government, it does little except to perpetuate their condition. Teaching self reliance is better than a monthly check. I hope we all make a lot of money here. We deserve it because we have studied, risked and invested money we could have spent otherwise, and not waffled on our commitment to make ours lives better.
If you are a pumper, you and all of the longs here, make more sense than any of the babbling short bashers. The new year will be a continuation of 2013. Paraphrasing Dr. Kim, you ain't seen nothin' yet.
I was engaged to a beautiful, smart woman. She was so beautiful men and women would stop in their tracks at the sight of her. She was also wise. It made me feel so good to be around her. She seemed she could handle any situation. Then one day she announced she had pancreatic cancer. I was devastated. It shook me to my roots. My head spun and I felt there was nothing left to live for if I couldn't spend my life with her. She went downhill fast, but she was as brave as any soldier on the battlefield. She did everything they told her to and more, but it was to no avail. She suffered greatly before she died. Staring death in the face and reconciling with it is no easy thing, but she had grace and never lost her good attitude. I miss her still and always will. My memories of her is the impetus of my interest in biotechnology. I hope we cure this and all dreadful diseases soon, end suffering and lives lost too soon.
Yes, I just read the story from "headlines". I agree we're doing the right things to move this company along. The article was so informative, affirmative, and confirmative of Kim's management and product lines, that I believe the stock price will move up substantially tomorrow, probably to exceed our highs.
Yes, a combination of climate change scientists and tourists. The climate sure changed for them, and this is summer in the Antarctic. I'm expecting to be in a similar predicament here in the US. It's freezing, miserable cold here, too. If only a little global warming would kick in. Algore, where are you when we need you? lol
That guy, "F", is a gift to shorts and longs who want to load up at lower prices. However, his articles are poorly researched and illogically applied. Ino will recover for those who don't panic sell.
These bashers are totally wasting their time. No one is selling that has any sense.
Write would have, would have; not would of. You should have used the contraction "would've". It's a common mistake, but a pet peeve of mine.
Well, it should be a better week ahead. Those who did sell may buy back and the stock will continue to go back up. If I knew exactly when to sell and exactly when to buy back, it would be a good strategy to pump up my own account, but I don't have the confidence I would be right on the timing. I prefer to add when it goes down with new money while keeping the rest and riding it out. Congratulations to those who are confident in their market timing. You are shaking out the weak hands.
I think they're sitting on the pot of gold, and the INO pot is deep and wide.
"The Street" kicked us in the gut, but I have seen them disrespect other biotechs just before they took off. The technicals mean nothing when it comes to developmental company's. What is really important is the science, when they are coming to market with game changing products, and the money they have, or can attract, to see it through. I owned Trius Pharma. Cramer trashed it. Not long afterward it doubled and was bought (too cheaply) by Cubist. "The Street" knocking you is a good thing.