i remember when INO was 1.8 before the Roche deal. That was more than one year ago. What has INO accomplished since then? I only have 3500 worth of shares (not valued at half that today) but this is pretty annoying. Who wants to wait 5-6 years for INO to recover?
yeah, kim has equity in the stock, but he also gets a salary
ONCS has enough cash to sustain itself for fiscal year 2015 without dilution? i know they wont exhaust every dollar, normally they dilute after blowing through 50-60%. So what is their burn rate, specifically?
Milestones, any serious ones?
I have 30,000 shares at .55 average. I'm thinking about buying more but ONCS hasn't been on the ball as far as PR goes. And punit is kind of a weak CEO and should go back to INO where he belongs.