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vcaritas 157 posts  |  Last Activity: 22 hours ago Member since: Sep 21, 2004
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  • Reply to

    can today be the beginning?

    by son1508 23 hours ago
    vcaritas vcaritas 22 hours ago Flag

    Watch moneyflow indicators on US major indices. I also check DXD SDS QID VXX VXZ etc.



  • Reply to

    Trade volume\value

    by chippydummonk Jul 25, 2014 9:45 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 25, 2014 10:02 AM Flag

    Huge upside volume was followed by smaller and smaller downside volume.

    Classic from a technical standpoint of a gem in the making.

    DOW down 100 points on a Friday. International turmoil. PRAN down by .0097...not even a whole penny. Why would anyone sell a potential gem?

    Even non-scientists with a coupla li'l grey cells understand the underlying science is being confirmed and our knowledge regarding it is expanding in a manner 'tres interessante'...

    Just my opinion.

    Peace Wisdom Logic
    Patients Patience Prudence
    Perseverance Agape~

  • Reply to

    sono qui

    by mrmommy Jul 24, 2014 11:41 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 25, 2014 8:35 AM Flag

    Molto bene~

  • vcaritas vcaritas Jul 24, 2014 11:56 AM Flag

    Apples and oranges. Both are wildly undervalued and magnificently useful for both helping patients and the advancement of science/medicine.

    DNDN automation will help with costs, as does the Euro approval. Use will increase due to endless and increasingly obvious and dangerous side effects of alternatives, with DNDN side effects being reasonably mild. DNDN approach appears to be applicable for other cancers and the latest published research indicates it may even be a cure. Long term positive immune response. DNDN safe & effective.

    There is room in the world of medicine for various solutions depending upon the individual case and all other factors.

    In this case, I own some shares of DNDN, but I would not lie or bash a quality approach based on my personal ownership or lack thereof. Could be some sort of partnering or buyout for almost any biotech...OR could be unexpected good news...or some sort of delay. Personally think delays are unlikely for EDAP, and that it would be worth holding shares through any volatility even if that should occur.
    I consider EDAP & DNDN to be biotech gems, both immensely undervalued. Since EDAP has already diluted and FDA approval is probable, I'm willing to risk holding my shares. Not a rec. Only a rec to do thorough and independent DD and NOT to allow message boards to do any part of one's 'thinking.' I'm also an advocate of learning technical analysis like a pro AND of reasonable, but STRATEGIC diversification, not the blind, throw-a-dart-at-all-the-sectors method proposed by many financial so-called gurus.

    Own EDAP and did take mild profit at recent highs. Re-accumulating at any pullback, including today and any lower if that should occur.

    Follow Authentic Science Wherever It Leads.

    Peace Patients Patience
    Wisdom Logic Prudence
    Perseverance Agape~

  • Reply to

    where have all the flowers gone...

    by geomessenger_2000 Jul 23, 2014 8:40 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 23, 2014 5:07 PM Flag

    Yes, happily observed and thank you AGAIN !!!

  • vcaritas vcaritas Jul 23, 2014 5:04 PM Flag

    Doesn't matter if it goes lower. Even 50ma. It's a BUY/ADD area here or any lower.

    NOT a rec to buy, sell or hold. Just an opinion, but based on the very long term verified science and safety associated with EDAP.

    I do take partial profits on spikes or extreme upmoves in small biotech/related, since I don't have the luxury of holding large overweight without some profit taking (family medical needs, so I need some profit).

    HERE, my opinion is to accumulate as low as it goes on this pullback.

    It's JUST an opinion, however. I do not intend to tell others what to do.

    Peace Patients Patience
    Wisdom Prudence Perseverance

  • vcaritas vcaritas Jul 23, 2014 4:38 PM Flag

    In biotech, I focus on the science first and always.

    In this case, the science is being verified.

    Safety is a sine qua non for any overweight in biotech area.

    PRAN: safe AND all indications are that it is ALSO EFFECTIVE

    Any manipulation to the downside (which is common in small biotech, in any case), would be a BUY/ADD opportunity for me.

    Financials and trials are always a consideration as well. PRAN has recently raised cash. May be partnering in the works.

    1's and 2's are not 'sell' areas for anyone but daytraders OR for those savvy technical traders who want to buy every slight upmove with the HOPE they can rebuy lower. In my own case, I do take partial profits on spikes or extreme upmoves in small biotech.

    Look at the long term chart....daily, weekly, monthly chart. (Yahoo charts or stockcharts, incredible charts, whatever). Are we at long term LOWS or long term HIGHS overall? Do we have a potential gem of magnificent proportions here? Each must decide.

    It's just my opinion. I do not intend to rec that OTHERS buy, sell or hold any stock. Only that they do serious and thorough DD, which goes beyond comments on most message boards (especially technical comments or comments about 'manipulation).

    I am an advocate for learning technical analysis and checking out daily, weekly and monthly charts for ALL investments and for learning sources of objective info on economy (eg, shadowstats, zerohedge, Cato, Heartland, Heritage, for comparision purposes).

    I'm an advocate for

    Paatients Patience Prudence
    Wisdom Perseverance

  • vcaritas vcaritas Jul 23, 2014 4:16 PM Flag

    Likely a gem stock. That's what I look for in biotech: science that will transform the world of medicine.


  • Reply to

    where have all the flowers gone...

    by geomessenger_2000 Jul 23, 2014 8:40 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 23, 2014 9:52 AM Flag

    PLG closing in on 50ma/200ma (Golden Cross). Nice. Congrats!

  • Reply to

    where have all the flowers gone...

    by geomessenger_2000 Jul 23, 2014 8:40 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 23, 2014 9:26 AM Flag

    U spot $28.20, but take a look at CME uranium futures.

    In RareEarthLand, AVL receives new rec.

    Thanks, SirGeo. As you know, I've been trading the volatility if/when, but with ETF URA retest and rise, overall uptrend may be on the horizon for u. Ditto some rare earth (REE MCP etc.), based on washout for MCP and subsequent rise.

    Meanwhile, SLV holding 20.10 premarket, at this point. E6Z14 slightly green (Dec euro) (Sept, slightly red)

    Merci mille fois!!!!!

  • Reply to

    Law? What Law?

    by hacker.boob Jul 22, 2014 2:23 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 22, 2014 11:38 PM Flag

    Ah, vous avez raison.

    John Lott: Obama is the Most Radical President in American History

    Author John Lott, tells AIM why he calls Obama the most radical president in American history in his new book At The Brink by talking about Obamacare, sequestration and gun control.

    "How Democracies Perish" Revel's Work
    By H. Helbock on February 8, 2010
    Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
    Dr Revel has written several books about the slide of socialism to despotism. His work is particularly interesting because he is a committed member of the political left. Dr Revel explores the history of socialist parties, socialist activists and the outcome of their efforts as well as their unwillingness to condemn even the obvious evils of any system which describes itself as socialist. He argues that the left must figure out how to sustain the productivity of capitalism while ensuring and developing social programs. His books are compelling. (comment from Amazon)

  • vcaritas vcaritas Jul 22, 2014 11:26 PM Flag

    Bashers are working overtime to prevent folks from examining the SCIENCE associated with PRAN.

    Potential investors should go to the website for pranabio

    Note the UPDATED information on the trial. Note pipeline, patents, available cash,

    and also check out the posts by interestingtome, pivalde, and other knowledgeable posters on this forum.

    Peace Science Agape~

  • Reply to

    the American Journal of Political Science

    by forwardflash Jul 22, 2014 10:15 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 22, 2014 11:18 PM Flag

    Junk science conclusion.

    Fallacies of logic and basic science. Factual errors as well.

    When I was a big advocate for Global Governance, what part of my brain was most active?

    When I was a supporter of big government for the sake of education, the poor, the disabled and minorities, what part of my brain was being activated?

    When I observed the damage that was done by the left in major cities and states, with no real help for anyone except the elite and the cronies, I had to re-examine. Did re-examining initiate reactions in the 'wrong part' of my brain? Yes, analysis and thinking ahead is hard for liberal sheep...but what part of the brain is activated by those who are the leftist manipulators of the leftist sheep?

    What about the thousands I have since encountered who have also analyzed leftist errors and come to some belief 124 trillion in wild and often corrupt spending (unfunded liabilities) might be something that grownups need to address for the sake of ALL...for the sake of the poor and disabled and elderly who really DO need services, and also to assist those who CAN work to have JOBS THROUGH GROWTH, not through crony corruption and suffocation

    Tho wikipedia is far from a reliable source, it is simple enough in this case for lefties to comprehend:

    Social interaction
    Amygdala volume correlates positively with both the size (the number of contacts a person has) and the complexity (the number of different groups to which a person belongs) of social networks.[52][53] Individuals with larger amygdalae had larger and more complex social networks. They were also better able to make accurate social judgments about other persons' faces.[54] It is hypothesized that larger amygdalae allow for greater emotional intelligence, enabling greater societal integration and cooperation with others.[55]

    The amygdala processes reactions to violations concerning personal space. These reactions are absent in persons in whom the amygdala is damaged bilaterally.[56].jmo

  • Reply to

    one advice to PRAN believers

    by biotech_invest Jul 22, 2014 12:09 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 22, 2014 12:25 PM Flag

    biotech_invest has been posting nonsense on Yahoo message boards for years. Confusing statements overall, but especially regarding science.

    I don't put him on ignore because I want to make sure someone with knowledge, facts and intelligence responds to his junk non-science.

    Thank you for the time you take, esoterica687, interestingtome, and also to pivalde and the other quality posters here on this PRAN message board.

    Peace Patients Patience
    Wisdom Logic Perseverance
    Follow Authentic Science Wherever It Leads

  • vcaritas vcaritas Jul 22, 2014 12:06 PM Flag

    Even blacks iin Chicago are complaining about the policies of the O'Regime. Mainstream media won't show the comments, but thw word is getting through.

    It's about time the poor, the disabled, the minorities, the downtrodden, the misunderstood, begin to realize the Dems only want their votes and/or their money. NOTHING else is important to Dem elite.

    Now some solid candidates need to come forward and speak directly to the ALL the people...and explain how free markets will bring jobs, dignity, prosperity, hope for authentic POSITIVE change from the death Dark Hole spiral Dems keep trying to shove all of us into.

    Just my opinioin. A converted liberal.

    Prayers for Our Nation and Our World

  • Reply to

    The low volume walk down continues...

    by krill66 Jul 17, 2014 2:05 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 17, 2014 7:17 PM Flag

    RSI very low. May behave like an overstretched rubber band and snap back to upside.

    I started to re-accumulate, but an still re-examining the science. Have thousands of pages of computer notes on various types of non-embryonic stem cell research and continue to expand. I don't invest in embryonic.

    ASTM is also a part of the Russell microcap, so that may influence technicals to some may broader market machinations.


    Peace Patients Agape~

  • Reply to

    Numtards: Coal is still cheaper than gas.

    by jridley17 Jul 17, 2014 2:37 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 17, 2014 3:15 PM Flag

    Has NOW become radicalized (typo...had posted 'not')

  • Reply to

    Numtards: Coal is still cheaper than gas.

    by jridley17 Jul 17, 2014 2:37 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 17, 2014 3:14 PM Flag

    USA is the Saudi Arabia of coal. O and his comrades/cronies are suffocating anyone BUT the political elite and the corporate cronies. They loathe liberty, profit andything positive with regard to businesses and PEOPLE (including minorities and the poor) who do not support them OR DO NOT SUPPORT THEM SUFFICIENTLY WITH THEIR MONEY AND GIT-OUT-THE-VOTE-BY-ANY-MEANS-SCHEMES.

    We have less pollution in the USA than we had in decades and the decrease began long before the EPA existed. 'Clean coal' is just part of the overall plan to attack the American worker, the American employer...IF they are not 'cronies' OR if 'better and richer' cronies want it (eg, Sierra Club, which the former president said has not become radicalized and anti-science, anti-common sense).

    Just my opinion~

  • Reply to

    Note safety?????????

    by ca.wavz Jul 17, 2014 10:27 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 17, 2014 3:07 PM Flag

    Safety is the sine qua non. Then I linked to CTRM products and the beginning of the published research papers, presentations and to the patents.

    Tho there is emphasis on autologous treatments, I did find a mention of fetal liver cells which I did not like among the hundreds of pages I accessed for my comparisons. If they are part of the 'mix' I will sell all.

    Just my opinion.

    We're arriving at the point of the overstretched rubber band...where an upmove may occur. NOT a prediction.

    Evaluating probabilities for my own purposes.

    Meanwhile, I'm pleased with the Prana Alzheimer's disease Development Plan Update at their website (presented at AAIC...Alzheimer's Conference, Copenhagen).

    Peace Ethics Wisdom Agape~
    Follow Ethical Authentic Science Wherever It Leads

  • Reply to

    Sharp PM drop - great buying opp in CDE

    by alex1444b Jul 14, 2014 11:47 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Jul 17, 2014 2:46 PM Flag

    Congrats again, SirAlex and SirEdmund, SirSon, SirLpet, et alia !!!

    SLV getting closer to a bulllish 50ma/200ma crossover. GLD has crossed and both moving averages need to move into uptrend, along with pps.

    Climbing a wall of worry technically and also a wall in International Worries.

    Tho I don't want to see the international problems continue, much less become exacerbated, the probabilities are extremely high that things will get worse and worse over time, due to foolish actions and inactions of the O adminstration/cronies. Sadly.

    News media is obsessing today about the Ukraine plane being shot down, but only a few outlets are getting to the bottom of the problem. RARE TRUTHFUL and objective reporting, with proper perspective. The scene was set for Russia/Ukraine/eastern Europe conflict when O removed protection from eastern Europe long ago...and those who could have been heard...were smothered by media dolts.

    Peace Truth Wisdom Agape~

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