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theblackraven08 194 posts  |  Last Activity: 6 hours ago Member since: Apr 2, 2008
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  • theblackraven08 theblackraven08 6 hours ago Flag

    Yeah, at this point, that will be like trying to get rid of cancer of the brain or some other advanced stage cancer of some vital organs.
    You might kill the patient before you get rid of the cancer the patient has.
    Hey, it was your choice to come back (that is, IF you ever left); enjoy it!............... :-D

  • theblackraven08 by theblackraven08 7 hours ago Flag

    New reads from stockconsultant; $1.42 now has become resistance, Triple strength 8.
    Then you have, $1.50 resistance, Triple strength 5, and then $1.56 resistance, also Triple strength 5.

    Support wise, there is none between where DVAX is now and $1.33.
    Support at $1.33 is Single, strength 1
    Beneath that, no support for DVAX.

    Short targets are: S1: $1.33 and S2: $1.23
    Long targets are L1: $1.61 and L2: $1.67 (both on the other side of the 3 resistance levels, I listed above)
    Might as well be on the moon or mars.

    Now, WHY do you think the "market" sets things up like this (almost continually)????
    Because they KNOW what DVAX really is. It's only you that keep convincing yourself that it's not what it appears to be.
    I've told you and told you....... ......image and reputation. Both are bad and like the China Wall for this company and stock.

  • Reply to

    Buyers out in droves today.

    by strawhatjoe Aug 20, 2014 10:09 AM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 19 hours ago Flag

    ........and 99 cents and below is quite possible too.......

  • Reply to

    Buyers out in droves today.

    by strawhatjoe Aug 20, 2014 10:09 AM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 19 hours ago Flag

    Europe DID NOT already approved. Earle pulled it from the EMEA decision because he KNEW where it was going to end up; AND IT SURELY WASN'T APPROVAL. :-)

  • Reply to

    Buyers out in droves today.

    by strawhatjoe Aug 20, 2014 10:09 AM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 20 hours ago Flag

    See there, Mr. Strawhat?
    You can try to paint the most marvelous shade of lipstick on the piggie and folks like Ctic can see right through it.
    He's knows his foot from his hand. He knows (bleep) from shineola, as the saying goes.

    You can TRY to say all the right things on a message board (not necessarily to pump, but just to keep a better outlook on the thing; but it won't save it. BECAUSE FOLKS KNOW THE DIFFERENCE. THE MARKET KNOWS THE DIFFERENCE.
    I have said it before that it's all about reputation and image, and both of those are not very good for this company and stock. Believe it.
    It's hard leavin' and it's easy enough to say that you over-reacted and made some mistake, and then come back.
    But the reality for this company and stock is a long, slow, grind down. And you've been livin' it since however long you've been here.
    Enjoy what you chose, because words won't change it and many folks can look a whole lot deeper than the pretty words on the surface.

    Had a lovely day at the beach today with the family and some friends; didn't miss this boat anchor, not one little bit. Summer is slippin' away.......

  • Reply to

    $1.40

    by kentwu28 Aug 19, 2014 11:52 AM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Aug 19, 2014 1:34 PM Flag

    Yeah, "free up more assets to buy more".
    Just buy and buy and bye and bye and bye and bye, bye, bye. Ha, ha. Too funny, too easy.
    More sad than funny actually.

    Oh studvooh, you still can't see it?
    Use the rent money, use the mortgage money, sell your treasures, sell your lawn, sell your dog; sell "whatever" I suppose....... ....but keep the boat anchor?
    Wise men say, "when find one in hole, one stop digging."
    Studvooh say, "when find one in hole, free up more assets to continue excavation."

    See any difference there? Shouldn't keeping the lawn (to cut the grass) be more important at your house?
    Lawns are more important than boat anchors at my house. ;-)
    But that's just me, I suppose.........

  • Reply to

    $1.40

    by kentwu28 Aug 19, 2014 11:52 AM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Aug 19, 2014 12:53 PM Flag

    How's about 95 cents?
    $1.40 shouldn't be hard for you shorts. It's been as low as $1.33 - $1.34 it shouldn't be too hard for you guys to retake that again; but what about under 99 cents?
    That would be some new real estate, unseen for a while; what would it take for you guys to get it to there?

  • theblackraven08 by theblackraven08 Aug 17, 2014 11:45 AM Flag

    Here is an example for you:

    I have just looked at a report of an insider buy for a company in the medical devices sector, where a director, not a CEO, but a director from the BOD has bought over 300K shares of the company on whose board he sits.
    The stock price of that company is at least 3x the price of little DVAX.
    This director bought the shares between June and August of this year.

    You just go and get a rough picture of that value, and you can see that what I'm describing is head and shoulders above fast eddie's buy of 25K here.

    Now THAT is what real difference looks like, my little friends........ ;-)

  • theblackraven08 by theblackraven08 Aug 17, 2014 10:07 AM Flag

    Many of you investing wizards with your "100% guaranteed of success investment here at DVAX", will hear the words which you SHOULD hear.
    "The stock market is rigged......."
    (And DVAX is most assuredly included into that data set)
    Be sure to tune in lemmings.

  • Reply to

    BLOW PAST $1.58 TODAY

    by strawhatjoe Aug 15, 2014 10:19 AM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Aug 15, 2014 4:10 PM Flag

    Awww, dang!
    Looks like you won't be upgrading to a "Ronnie Van Zandt HI-ROLLER" today.
    You'll just have to keep that straw one you have.
    That's what happens when you play risky games like, "Ohdamtoobadjoe"....... ;-P

  • Reply to

    Now you're imagining things, Jack.....

    by theblackraven08 Aug 15, 2014 9:37 AM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Aug 15, 2014 1:41 PM Flag

    Just like the old dunkin donuts commercial where the donut man meets himself on the way to "make the donuts", and the other donut man (his identical) says, "I already MADE the donuts"......
    ......I already CUT the grass. But thanks for checking. ;-)

    Looks like someones a cuttin' your "grass" today there, studvooh. Too bad.
    Enjoy the mow.......

    :-* off.

  • theblackraven08 by theblackraven08 Aug 15, 2014 12:59 PM Flag

    Caught between $1.51 (resistance) Triple, strength 6 and $1.41 (support) Double, strength 6.
    See how long "sideways" lasts.
    Stockconsultant's sentiment is "underperform between the next 1 and 6 weeks"
    Let's see, shall we?

  • Reply to

    Now you're imagining things, Jack.....

    by theblackraven08 Aug 15, 2014 9:37 AM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Aug 15, 2014 12:25 PM Flag

    Hey, Outboard Jack?

    I just want you to know that I PERSONALLY persuaded the Ukrainian government to attack that Russian convoy (hours ago, HOURS before the market opened?) and ruin the stock market for today and sink DVAX from making it over $1.53.
    Believe that?
    Sound Plausible?
    Not really, huh?
    All because the Russians and Uki's all read my messages here. Right?
    No, probably not.

    Well, maybe the ruskies will buy some DVAX shares for you, in spite of me, as some consolation prize for today......

  • theblackraven08 by theblackraven08 Aug 15, 2014 9:37 AM Flag

    A worldly duke of fish n' chips wouldn't do the things you believe for some mad scribbler like me.
    Now you're the one who's a dreamin'.
    With all of the power of the title and office of CEO at his fingertips, you're suggesting that the mighty and worldly Englishman, a former titan at GSK (with all of THAT at his disposal as well) would need to resort to such tricks in order to put a simple Connecticut Yankee like me in my place?

    You'd surely better hope not. Just like you'd better hope to heaven that the S-4 is the genuine article and not some cheap ploy.
    Can't hurt me, I don't hold shares, nor do I borrow em'. Nothing to cover.
    Yah, Earle Grey is reading my posts here and doing things to counter my suggestions of what is going on with this "investment situation". You'd better hope not, cause that would look MIGHTY bad for you and all the other dreamers here.......

  • Reply to

    Form 4

    by outboard.jack Aug 14, 2014 5:08 PM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Aug 14, 2014 11:10 PM Flag

    Yeah,
    I'm sure he and Sir Witty-thief know a far sight beyond Ctic, myself, and you and your fellow dreamers.
    And that should make you shiver some, buddy.
    I doubt that you are sitting at the same meal table with him; but I'd take odds that you and your little pals, and me and all of the old longs are or have been on his menu and the menus of guys like him and Dino Dina.

    Earle already thumped you over the head a week ago; and you think this is some sort of penance or attempt at mending of broken hearts.
    Doubtful, HIGHLY doubtful! Ha, ha, especially with a paltry 25K shares.
    That's not even flowers or candy or kisses.
    But ya' watch out that his symbolic gesture don't come with a "hook" in it........

  • Reply to

    ARWR

    by pylesm Aug 13, 2014 12:17 AM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Aug 14, 2014 9:53 PM Flag

    And in other news, today ARWR as still kicking posterior and taking names .......

  • Reply to

    Form 4

    by outboard.jack Aug 14, 2014 5:08 PM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Aug 14, 2014 9:49 PM Flag

    Not weird, the 25K shares are a throwaway for a dude like that.
    What does it cost him? Less than $50K, and I'm sure that he didn't pay not a lick of commission or fees on the buy.
    Ostrachi probably trips all over himself to set up the share buy for free.
    If the gamble loses he throws the shares away and writes off the loss.

    God's honest truth right here, I actually witnessed the last CEO of Vasogen make a 10K share buy on the day that VSGN slipped below the $1 mark for the second and final time. It was completely symbolic and one of the longs on the board, who claimed to be a doctor was the first one crowing about the CEO making the buy, before it was even common knowledge through SEC.
    A total symbolic gesture, a total attempt at trickery.

    OK, so Earle bought 25K shares of the junk stock. Let's see where it goes......

  • Back in October of 2008, the FDA maintained the SAE hold on Heplisav and DVAX's PPS went from about $1.20 down to under 30 cents, in the matter of a day.
    It stayed that way until GSK arrived on Dec. 19th.

    If GSK departs wouldn't the stock crash again? Who would show up to save Dynavax?
    Both AZN and Novartis were supposedly on board at the time, and that fact did nothing to hold DVAX above $1

    That could very easily happen again, I think.
    At 30 cents per share, a big hunk of valuation would be carved out of DVAX and all of the cash might not count for as much, except day-to-day survival.
    At 30 cents per share, you'd NEED that R/S, and how.

    This will be interesting, lets see what turns out.

  • Analysts At William Blair Maintain Outperform On Dynavax Technologies

    Nov. 5, 2012 7:35 AM ET | About: Dynavax Technologies Corporation (DVAX)
    by: Ben Yoffe Disclosure: I am long DVAX. (More...)

    In a research note issued last week, William Blair Maintained coverage with an "Outperform" rating on Dynavax Technologies (DVAX), and a one-year price target of $9 a share, representing a premium of 122% to DVAX stock closing price of $4.06.

    Dynavax's lead product candidate is Heplisav, a Phase 3 investigational adult hepatitis B vaccine designed to provide higher and earlier protection with fewer doses than currently licensed vaccines. Heplisav combines hepatitis B surface antigen with a proprietary Toll-like Receptor 9 agonist to enhance the immune response.

    The FDA has set November 15, 2012, to discuss Heplisav's approvability at the VRBPAC (vaccines and related biological products advisory committee) panel. William Blair analysts assign 90% probability to eventual approval and a full adult label (18-¬70 years as opposed to 40¬-70 years). If approved, Heplisav will become the standard‐of‐care hepatitis B vaccine.
    ____________________________________________________________________
    See that?
    Billy Blair played the roulette wheel here before, just like they are doing now.
    A $9 target price in late 2012 which never materialized.
    Instead, IN REALITY, that target price was divided by 3 fairly quickly and that result divided by another 3 shortly after the first drop.
    William Blair....... ......DVAX a growth stock..........a $9 target price........all of it a bunch of fluffy stuff.
    And look how quick your dream team management is to get back into bed with the same pack of financial charlattans.......

  • Reply to

    New Article on Seeking Alpha

    by leaky_boots Aug 14, 2014 9:36 AM
    theblackraven08 theblackraven08 Aug 14, 2014 11:27 AM Flag

    So, I guess you're Kenny Pittman?
    There was another VC guy that used to write "long" articles about DVAX on SA. His name was Cowen; he doesn't seem to write the articles on DVAX anymore.
    My guess would be that he got lucky and got his money back on one of those paid-off class action suits and decided to give up on little DVAX (once burned, twice shy).

    I read part of your handiwork there, Pittman. Mostly puffery, but at least you disclose your weakness on being long.
    Does DVAX pay you anything to write that rubbish for them? I suspect that they would not; you give them some free PR, but only in hoping that it's beneficial to your position.

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