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troublesacomin 1379 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 21, 2014 11:08 AM Member since: May 16, 2012
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    Close of 62.19 today

    by jjohns8181 Jul 21, 2014 7:09 AM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Jul 21, 2014 11:08 AM Flag

    62.19, probably by the end of the week or next week depending on how the markets go. Big money knows that lawsuit is silly nonsense and LO is worth at least 65 a share. This decline is just traders playing around. A little over 6 months this stock is gone and you'll get over 65 a share regardless of what happens to the market. The deal is going through because RAI will still be smaller than the biggest competitor. This is easy money for people willing to wait. Buy in small blocks so you can grab shares when they go on sale like today and relax.

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    how low will this go?

    by adoshi4 Jul 16, 2014 7:13 PM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Jul 16, 2014 7:53 PM Flag

    Limited downside, 50 bucks cash and some RAI shares and you get nearly a 4% dividend while waiting for the deal to go through. When the deal goes through, you’ll have shares of a monster company that’s best in class and the deal is good for the industry. I’m a buyer here and on further weakness. I suggest people buy this one in small parcels. LO at 60 is a gift with that deal and Im hoping it goes to 55 on nonsense and more traders unloading .

  • troublesacomin troublesacomin May 20, 2014 11:19 AM Flag

    I’m not saying to buy or sell NTLS but this song and dance came out a few weeks ago with a seeking alpha article “NTELOS - Don't Fall For The Yield, Sprint Contract A Risk With 50% Downside Potential In Share Price And Dividend Cut Likely” by an anonymous author -Mispriced Opportunities.

    I would not be surprised if this author and FBR capital are linked.

    Someone placed a short on this one while near the 52 week low and the stock started rebounding so they're trying to scare retail investors. I guess we know who had the short on now.

  • troublesacomin troublesacomin May 16, 2014 8:45 AM Flag

    lawsuits and downgrades to follow. $10 is too much for this stock. just watching, not interested in this circus act.

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    Would anybody help me understand?

    by nara_40 Apr 29, 2014 8:29 AM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Apr 29, 2014 9:33 AM Flag

    80's 1st, its not going anywhere. no need to buy here. I'd wait a few days.

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    Would anybody help me understand?

    by nara_40 Apr 29, 2014 8:29 AM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Apr 29, 2014 9:16 AM Flag

    Alot of shares are being offered, so you might be waiting awhile. But we'll see. I'm more interested in the bigger South American ADR telcos that are still cheap and don't have as many issues as this company. Good Luck..

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    Would anybody help me understand?

    by nara_40 Apr 29, 2014 8:29 AM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Apr 29, 2014 8:44 AM Flag

    They've been talking about an offering for months. You need to look up the details of a potential OI and Portugal Telecom merger and you need to do more research on Oi and I wouldn't be surprised if you are not on top of South American telecos. Do more work.

  • here within the week or so. Just a hunch, sorry no facts. But its about time, they need to get this out of the way so the stock can start rebounding.

  • I wonder wonder wonder.

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    short game over, stock has bottomed

    by hope_is_for_suckers Apr 9, 2014 4:45 PM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Apr 10, 2014 8:15 AM Flag

    Nobody cares about some tests months away, where is management on all of these claims? Kriegsman as the great Oz, "Pay no attention to those lawsuits and possible SEC investigation" and where is CYTR management when they caused this crisis? Nowhere, you can talk about this or that all you want but where is management on these lawsuits because i think they've done enough promoting this one drug.

  • troublesacomin by troublesacomin Apr 10, 2014 5:05 AM Flag

    PBR will be back over $20 in 1 year.

    This would go a lot quicker if the Brazilians woke up and saw their little "ideal" social programs aren't working.

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    OUR TAKE ON CYTR STORY

    by asicprof Apr 9, 2014 2:00 AM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Apr 9, 2014 3:11 AM Flag

    “Stock may trade to north of $15 if Aldo gets BTD. A monster run may start in the beginning of June as GBM P2 enrollment completes.” You don’t know how this stock trades on news.

    “We think that Aldo will shows efficacy and GBM and FDA will grant BTD (Break through designation) to Aldo.” Part of the results from those shady countries are in question. A lot of us always questioned why the ceo and management went off on “trips” to Europe on investor dollars.

    “CYTR is the life time opportunity if one has stomach to hold the stock for 1 year. “ Sounds like more promoter bs. I’ve held this for nearly 2 years and its not for beginner investors looking for a quick buck, relying on outside articles. Just ask the people that believed in the hype in the summer of 2012 when it was something like $4-5 then crashed to nearly $1.50 in November or people that recently jumped on the bandwagon.

    “Out research team reviewed all the articles from Dream Team”. If you are relying on articles then you shouldn’t be in this stock. Do your own work.

    “Recent short attack was meticulously planed to shake out trader , and weak hand who bought stock with margin account . This is typical bio-tech phenomena.” More promotion nonsense. This stock has fundamental problems namely its management sucking money from investors and what looks to be some shady dealings that the SEC needs to investigate.

    “we found that all the information in the articles is consistent of with our bullish view”. How about a balanced view? If you’re promoting this stock, you’re either a short in wolves clothing or a fool.

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    Come on.....where's all the shorts? Too quiet.

    by pendlorian Apr 1, 2014 5:34 PM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Apr 2, 2014 12:03 AM Flag

    I gave an honest opinion of what to look out for. You can do whatever you want with it since i clearly have no idea about this stock.

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    Come on.....where's all the shorts? Too quiet.

    by pendlorian Apr 1, 2014 5:34 PM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Apr 1, 2014 8:05 PM Flag

    You have absolutely nothing to fear but the outcome of the upcoming trials, current lawsuits and the possibility of an SEC investigation notice. But besides those small problems you have management that is paying itself rates for managing a large company when CYTR is still a microcap and is kinda shady shown by these recent events but besides that, your investment in CYTR looks good. Congrats. Ooh and CYTR’s pipeline is basically ONE drug. I'm not up to date on the status of those platinum linkers but they were far away from serious trials but besides those small problems, everything looks good to go.

    I’m not short and really couldn’t care what happens to the company because I sold most of my $1.65 shares of CYTR. I’m holding a very very small amount of shares but you people with these posts are just looking at CYTR whether its up or down one day and not looking at the whole picture.

    And the majority of you are not CYTR longs by choice but circumstance. You are retail traders that believed biased hype and should be looking at this company’s fundamentals instead of posting on message boards or reading the opinions of bio analysts.

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    Went green today and took advantage, sold out.

    by cdmurray4 Mar 28, 2014 3:31 PM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Mar 28, 2014 10:07 PM Flag

    This murray is a retail investor that doesn’t know when to properly enter or exit a stock.

    By looking at this post, they also bought too much of an asset compromising their total portfolio and also bought too much of the asset at certain levels without leaving enough money to take advantage of downward movements.

    The reasons for getting out of this asset shows the investor does not know enough in the individual asset also.

    Notice I’m not saying anything about the asset but the thought process of the original poster.

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    Partnership rumors...

    by me_the_actuary Mar 28, 2014 3:39 PM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Mar 28, 2014 6:58 PM Flag

    Just shows there is still too many retail investors that do not know the products, management or whats going on.

  • troublesacomin by troublesacomin Mar 27, 2014 10:01 AM Flag

    “We believe the recent lawsuits and negative publicity are without merit, and we intend to defend ourselves vigorously against all claims, but not through the press."

    How much of company funds will be used to defend themselves?

    Gotta love that CYTR management to put themselves in such a position.

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    REFLECTIONS ON WLT

    by phantomtrader75 Mar 25, 2014 11:15 PM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Mar 26, 2014 2:19 AM Flag

    There are fundamental reasons why this stock has fallen from over $100 a share just a few years ago to 7 and change today.

    Contrarian investing might work here but its still early. Even at these levels WLT could go much lower because of its financial problems and the lowered demand for coal. Everyone has heard that Nucor has switched to nat gas from coal. Politicians are against coal from making a big comeback because of environmental concerns. I haven’t checked how much WLT exports but the recent HSBC PMI data was weak so China more than likely will be slowing down and also hamper coal demand.

    You are fighting a downward trend and have no idea how low it can go, not the best way to invest. I’m watching but not buying WLT and I would wait for some type of stability in the stock. You also need to wait for institutional big money to change their views on the industry and start buying coal stocks up, until then you're fighting the trend and have to ride it out the violent price swings. I would start listening more to the analysts who recommend where institutional investors place their money.

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    S[ecal May 9, 2014 meeting - dilute shares?

    by stcksnmore Mar 18, 2014 1:44 PM
    troublesacomin troublesacomin Mar 22, 2014 5:37 PM Flag

    That's part of the proxy and is accurate, you are behind the story.

    Yahoo has not updated its SEC filings for BKCC yet. Go to the Nasdaq site, look up BKCC and look at SEC filings on the right side and get caught up. BKCC just filed an 8c on the proposed offering on Friday.

    If you can't find the BKCC's SEC filings how in the world do you know what you're buying?

    I'm a potential buyer of BKCC shares but you seem lost.

  • on world events like what Russia is doing when shareholders of CBLI should be focusing on development of leading CBLI drug candidate and looking at CBLI’s balance sheet for funding but then I just yawn and go back to looking at other company SEC filings and listening to conference calls.

    Just another day, I don’t get too excited on up days or down days.

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