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theblackraven08 114 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 25, 2014 12:04 PM Member since: Apr 2, 2008
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  • theblackraven08 by theblackraven08 Jul 25, 2014 12:04 PM Flag

    The birds are singing, the fish are swimming and DVAX the junk-stock is busy "junk-stock-ering", as usual.
    All is right and normal with the world.

    On the brighter side (for me), the house has been finished and on the market for about a month now, I made a little under $500 in single trade yesterday, my best single scoop so far this year (and NO, it most certainly wasn't with DVAX the junk stock). This morning I just received a case of some exciting wine which I have been hoping to get for a long while (and NO, it wasn't "Cimarosa: the vinegar of fraud").

    Well, enjoy your day and lovely DVAX while it wallows and dives deeper into the mud........... ;-)

  • Reply to

    DVAX = $7.00 AT LEAST.

    by strawhatjoe Jul 19, 2014 2:26 PM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 21, 2014 12:27 PM Flag

    No, mister.
    What he's trying to tell you (that you don't want to listen to) is that HEPLISAV IS NOT PART OF THAT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT.

    There never has been any sort of agreement with GSK regarding Heplisav.
    Are you investing here because you believe that there IS some sort of partnership agreement with GSK on Heplisav????
    OOOPS! You missed that one; didn't you?

    Dynavax IS partnered to GSK but on Lupus and a bunch of other junk that they are not now, and may never be working on.

    Do you know who Heplisav's chief competitor would be on the market???
    Oh, that's not awkward at all; now is it?

    Apparently, Beowulf knew something you didn't.........

  • Now, who in their right mind would have done that???
    Does it LOOK like it's a growth stock????
    Look at the chart on your right; does that look like a "growth" type of direction?????
    Still haven't figured it out yet????

  • Reply to

    In two weeks...

    by kentwu28 Jul 16, 2014 4:10 PM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 17, 2014 2:08 PM Flag

    Rhein Bio is a wholly owned boat-anchor of Vaginavax.
    And they don't produce a darn thing to help pay any of the bills.
    Not cough syrup, not fried chicken, not even a fly swatter.
    In fact, YOU PAY FOR THEM.


  • theblackraven08 by theblackraven08 Jul 17, 2014 1:52 PM Flag

    Poor, poor, little vaginavax; down and down she goes; where she'll crash....... ........more than likely under $1!
    Then you'll really NEED that RS..... ;-)

  • theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 17, 2014 1:04 PM Flag

    3-4 cents to go to S1; just like I told you.
    What will you do if the resistance and $1.33 doesn't hold?
    Run to the bank?
    You know that old saying? When you find yourself dug into a deep hole, just keep right-on a diggin'!
    Worked for ole' Bushie in Iraq; now didn't it?

    Can you say, "bad news makes for break-down"?

    Think warm thoughts.........

  • theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 16, 2014 11:54 PM Flag

    Good luck, Sir.
    NO ONE will make an offer for Dynavax.
    GSK will pick the bones and take the spoils for free.
    Go do your homework; but I suppose it's too late for you as well.
    Que sera, sera.........

  • theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 16, 2014 11:49 PM Flag

    I don't work for anyone you'd know or recognize (unless, of course, you include The Lord, God, Almighty)
    Why would it matter, who I work for anyways? People here have free will, just as in every other place?
    I'm oftenly enough told that I'm wrong and I'm nuts.

    Did you compare the two charts, as I suggested?
    No magic, No slight of hand. "What you saw is what you got" (if you own DVAX )
    GERN is actually out performing miserable, little, DVAX from at least January of this year up to today.
    And Motley Fool is trying to convince people that DVAX is the better stock buy.
    And it is simply NOT.
    It's right in front of your eyes, and yet you doubt undoctored evidence that your eyes see.

    Don't you think to ask, "Now WHY would Motley Tool be trying to sell me on a stock that ISN"T ACTUALLY performing better than their offered alternative?"
    I suppose it never occurred to ask yourself that.

    Just for your foolish query; I don't work for ANYONE but myself. I got out of Dynavax in April because the hand writing was on the wall for me that Heplisav will never make it as a Dynavax product, And no one will come to the company's rescue. I no longer own, nor do I short this company.

    How about you? Have you bothered to do any actual DD on this company? Do you even know who is running this company (I mean "really know")? I bet you don't........

  • Reply to

    My problem with the reverse split business

    by ctic_neutral Jul 14, 2014 1:07 PM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 16, 2014 11:33 PM Flag

    Assuming what OJ has replied below is true (and I have no reason to doubt it), then that would prove worse than any of your listed concerns above.
    Because it demonstrates (clearly) that the company is most concerned about doing the RS so that they can continue playing the "shares for cash roulette machine" as a means to keep the company funded.
    After your experience with CTIC and the Badda Boom Brothers that ran that company, that should stand out to you as trouble with a capital T.
    It suggests that the management is mostly worried about keeping the "shares for cash game" alive as a priority.
    And that would not be a comforting realization for me.

  • theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 16, 2014 2:55 PM Flag

    That's the spirit, run to the bank don't walk.
    Buy with both hands. You can always eat the junk stock when the value is gone.
    Buy, buy, buy......better yee than thee, my friend. :-)

  • Reply to

    This is going to be fun.....

    by jdoobie00 Jul 16, 2014 2:43 PM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 16, 2014 2:52 PM Flag

    After all of that, do you still own DVAX?
    Well, you're down 3% on the day. You're down 20 cents from 6/27/14 and no matter how you slice it, you're still losing here.
    Laugh about that.........

  • Just to see? Head to head? Which is performing better?
    Do this:

    1. Pull up a 1 year, basic chart for your favorite, loveable train wreck (of course I mean DVAX).
    2. In the little box that reads: "Compare: DVAX vs."; type in "GERN"
    3. Click "compare"
    4. Interpret what your eyes are telling you.

    Are you here because of the Motely Tool article?
    Congratulations! You were sold a Pb (lead) balloon!

    DVAX went down from January to June of this year.
    Now it is down from the June 27th close buy 20 cents exactly.
    Sound like winner or a weiner?
    STILL having trouble figuring it out?
    I'll be around.........

  • theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 16, 2014 1:35 PM Flag

    Well. you might want to rub some butter on yourself just in case (roasty, toasty); cause I doubt (highly) that ANY offers will come before those short targets I mentioned.....
    Let's see; shall we?

  • Reply to

    Ahh the Bitterraven returns

    by conquering_king Jul 16, 2014 12:32 PM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 16, 2014 1:32 PM Flag

    Sure, I have grass to cut.
    Your (bleep) is grass.(the part of your anatomy that rhymes with "gr#$%$)")
    And, I'll play lawnmower.

    PS- You walked into that one, Frank.
    It may not be a common saying amongst the ruling, wine and cheese set of stuffy London; but it is a common saying here in the good ole' US of A.
    Sorry mate, Ta ta........

  • theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 16, 2014 11:54 AM Flag

    And along with those targets from stockconsultant, here are some resistance levels and support levels:

    Resistance (above):
    $1.60: triple, strength 8
    $1.73: triple. strength 10
    $1.83: triple, strength 10
    $1.90: triple+, strength 10
    $1.99: triple, strength 10

    Support (below):
    $1.42 double, strength 2
    $1.33 single, strength 1

    Presently it's at support $1.50 double, strength 6; and if that fails........

    Still want your $2 exit point? No worries, IT"S ON MARS!
    Go see that Virgin Airlines guy, branson, maybe he has a rocket or a time machine to get you there.

    Everything above $1.50 is smothered in heavy resistance. You can't get there from here.
    This goes one direction, and you know what that is.
    But don't worry, GSK is going to buy this out any second now. ..............

  • They are:
    S1: $1.34
    S2: $1.26

    Check it, you'll see.

    And if there is any bad news from the trial? Those will look high.
    $1 will almost immediately come into range.
    Feeling cozy?

    I saw the light and bailed out in the $1.60's, folks tell me that I'm 7 flavors of idiot and stupid; BUT, it cannot get any worse for me any longer. It can only get better.
    But it can definitely get worse for the rest of you that like to stand in the fire. And, an RS IS NOT a share holder friendly event; and it is now following you all like a black cloud. Just sayin.

    BTW, I have erased way over half of my loss here with other stock investments between January and now. :-)

    Think warm thoughts folks.

  • Reply to

    Seeking The Truth About The RS

    by pylesm Jul 15, 2014 10:39 PM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 16, 2014 9:32 AM Flag

    What I will offer you next is NOT truth; but it's also NOT lies. It's opinion. Mine own opinion.
    Forget about targeting this and building some position here.
    You would be better served by doing your homework and investing in some $10 to $20-ish stock with a dividend and better prospects. I won't give you suggestions, there are plenty enough out there for you to find and do your homework on.
    Insisting on this, you could be throwing good money after bad; save yourself the troubles.
    If you simply feel like gambling, then perhaps consider Rite Aide Pharmacy (RAD). They have already been through the mire and are a more genuine comeback stock. Currently, they are consolidating at around $7 from the $9-$10 range. They have stores and pharmacies and much more to sell than miserable Dynavax.

    Dynavax doesn't even have cough syrup to sell or generics.
    A 2 time loser before the FDA with bad reputation on Wall Street that may well be too hard to overcome.
    Mostly cash for shares deals as their lifeblood.
    They have exhausted that and now have an APPROVED RS in the wings so that they can get back to the cash for shares merry-go-round.
    Choice is yours, choose carefully.

    Like I wrote, it's just my opinion, but it's HONEST opinion.
    Good luck.

  • Reply to

    Seeking The Truth About The RS

    by pylesm Jul 15, 2014 10:39 PM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jul 16, 2014 8:36 AM Flag

    "What IS truth?" (said The Pilate to Jesus)
    Whenever I hear "the truth" discussed, that is what comes to mind.

    The events which have unfolded thusfar:

    The company proposed and floated the idea of a reverse split at the May AGM,
    The matter was voted on and passed (handily).
    When enacted, the RS will be somewhere between 4 and 10 (company's words).
    They have yet to enact it, but they have something like, a year to do so, at their miserable discretion.
    The need for the RS is due to the fact that the company is at the top limit shares which they can issue in their cash for shares deals;, so, do an RS and lower the limit to a point where they can do more deals and issue more shares for cash (company's lifeblood)
    And that is about it for the RS.

    Now, how about some, "quid pro quo"?
    Tell all here about the other biotech companies you've been in where R/S's where tried.
    How'd they work out (besides failing to attract their primary targets)?
    Did the companies survive after doing the RS?

    Please, remember, "truth" in your answers. Eh?
    You asked for truth and were shown truth; and like Jesus said (paraphrased) == give unto others as has been given to you.

  • Reply to

    Found it Rave

    by outboard.jack Jun 19, 2014 7:28 PM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Jun 20, 2014 10:23 AM Flag

    I shouldn't be doing this, but just for you OJ, I will break my word and give one last reply here. :-)

    What you found sounds really good and really amazing! If I wanted to buy 1 round of that treatment or some extra, back-up vaccine loads of it, tell me, where could I buy that Heplisav stuff NOW?
    What pharmacy or doctor's office is selling it RIGHT NOW (not 2+ years from now)?
    Sorry OJ, not a hard point to make. BTW, in 5 months, what you posted will be officially 2 years old. ;-)

    See the last line of what you posted?
    If I contradict myself with some of my points, then that is NOTHING compared to the contradiction the FDA made on Heplisav with that last line.
    The age they referenced wasn't even the correct age (40-70 years old). They used the expanded age which the "baited" Dynavax on in the BLA.
    That was the line which screwed all of the long term shareholders back in 2012.
    They recommended it, and then they rejected it on some baseless, trumped-up #$%$, from one man at a vaccine panel over an issue which he had ABSOLUTELY NO PROOF ABOUT (the arguement of Heplisav POSSIBLY not being well tolerated amongst various races). What trash.

    If you were presenting this to me about Heplisav's safety concerns? No arguement, because I have already stated, very clearly, that I don't think that Heplsav has any real safety issues of any sort. And what you posted defines that Heplisav and Engerix have very similar safety profiles. Nothing to argue there.

    You might want to send several copies of what you posted to the FDA offices with the word "HYPOCRITES" scrawled across the front of the pages.

    Have a great summer OJ, this is absolutely, positively, unequivocably, my LAST post of the summer.
    See? even 1 day later my name was being invoked (you guys can't "forge" about me) ;-)
    Go out and find something fun to do this summer; believe me, DVAX will be waiting in the fall.......

  • theblackraven08 by theblackraven08 Jun 19, 2014 10:24 AM Flag

    I'm going to go on "Holly-day" as the Anglish pronounce it.
    Yep. I'm hanging up my critic's pen (or electronic fly paper, if you will) for the summer.
    I bet you're "ecstatic" with glee.
    Besides the house to finish and the lawns to be cut (yep, there is more than 1 of those and I never pay another person to do something which I can do myself), there is life to be enjoyed and trading to do going into the fall season (my favorite season). And besides, Dintyvaxerooo is all done for the summer (I'm pretty sure anyways); The Blair pump-event was the ball for the season and now Eddie will nod off to sleep on his own "holly-day", and nothing will be heard from little dineevax until after the summer.

    So, make sure that you stay glued to your monitors waiting for nothing to happen!
    Cheerio gang! ;-)

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