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vcaritas 83 posts  |  Last Activity: 19 hours ago Member since: Sep 21, 2004
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  • Have not sold my CDE (except for trading of additional shares).

    Yesterday took tiny munch of AUY in 7.60's, as posted on another thread.

    Last week, started position in another silver miner, also tiny, to observe and use as 'bookmark.'

    Am pleased with volume upside in JNUG and NUGT (3x miners bullish).

    Profit for Good Causes

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    by edmundaronson Apr 22, 2014 9:30 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Apr 22, 2014 10:34 AM Flag

    Nasty smackdown for AEM and AUY after Osisko purchase. GG green today.

    Took tiny munch of AUY in 7.60's yesterday.

    GG no longer bidding so will benefit near term.

    Goldman FINALLY upgraded gold and silver equities. (Perform search for comments on individual miners.)

    Many miners, including CDE hugely oversold, imo, both from a technical standpoint AND from the point of view of likely long term future as gold and silver regain upside momentum.

    JUST my opinion. NOT a rec.

    Peace Patience Agape~

  • Was punished considerably for Osisko, along with AEM.

    Once gold/silver/copper resume uptrend, AUY will be seen to be extremely undervalued.

    Have been buying beaten-down platinum and palladium miners, with some trading. Ditto uranium.

    Just my opinion, NOT a rec. Also started buying another junior silver miner last week.

    Peace Patience Agape~

  • Reply to

    Awesome Set-Up Part 3- CONFIRMED!

    by fanelli_robert Apr 21, 2014 6:50 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Apr 22, 2014 5:43 AM Flag

    SYN also listed on predefined scan for stockcharts website under 'MACD crossover.'

    Have owned with some trading since AEN was a tadpole, falling below a buck. Subsequent name change and overall rising pps.

    Peace Patience Patients Agape~

  • Reply to

    Where is poster boy Tanzi...

    by kizk_1 Apr 21, 2014 10:41 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Apr 21, 2014 12:40 PM Flag


  • Reply to

    Where is poster boy Tanzi...

    by kizk_1 Apr 21, 2014 10:41 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Apr 21, 2014 12:39 PM Flag

    The scientific facts support PBT2. If I were basing my posts on GREED, I would post nowhere regarding this...

    and simply accumulate as low as possible, in hopes that the professional confusers would hold the stock down, or even push it lower.

    PRAN may be the buy of the decade from these levels. It certainly is also a 'technical long trade' for more bouncing as well.

    It's a shame we longs are so hones (and knowledgeable). (smile)

    Peace Patience Patients Agape~

  • Reply to

    1yr RSI 4.04 Not exactly overbought.

    by kadaicher1 Apr 18, 2014 12:21 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Apr 18, 2014 12:47 AM Flag

    Hedge fund types likely shorted like craaaazy and swarmed the message board with absurdities, demonstrating either their ignorance of science OR facts OR worse, their ability to lie.

    MACD is starting to curl toward uptrend on the daily, almost crossing over: BULLISH

    PPO on daily below minus 40. Extraordinary, ESPECIALLY for a stock with so much authentic science behind it for multiple conditions.

    PPO started to trend sideways recently, from its extreme fall.

    Classic capitulation occurred after the news. MASSIVE downside volume...

    which was followed by SLOWING volume...

    and ANOTHER FINAL HIT PIECE (poorly written, NOT by a researcher, but by someone with a BS in FINANCE).

    Then some days of shaking out margin folks AND (the hope of the shorts) any NEW buyers or adders...with some bounces, followed by new lows.

    Enfin, a bull candle on both the daily and the weekly from the Darkness of the Abyss.

    Et voila, the new upside is proudly proclaimed by shorts to be another 'dead cat meow.'

    Maybe. Maybe not.

    En tout cas, due to the SCIENCE, the stock 'deserves' to be accumulated when/if/as one is able to do so,

    in MY opinion. NOT a rec. My first entry was many years ago when PRAN was trading in the 2's and fell to the

    I repeatedly posted (due to family circumstances), I could not hold large quantities of any stock long term, but NEED to increase cash (and hopefully shares as well) on the way UP by taking partial profits on large upmoves or spikes and adding at least SOME on pullback.

    Possibly one of the best opporltunities in biotech, ratchere. ratnow.

    Possiblement. JUST my opinion. Have followed the science for many years and greatly appreciate the brilliant posters on this message board.

    I DO expect the 'unexpected'...more negative articles...OR possible an attempt to smack down to 1.40's...but from a LOGICAL point of view, PRAN should never have been driven THIS LOW. It was a technical short trade to an extremely low support level & RSI. Agape

  • Reply to

    does coeur make final bottom at $8.35

    by brolgaboy Apr 15, 2014 2:30 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Apr 17, 2014 11:43 AM Flag

    Coeur has historically been one of the most annoying stocks for longs. I agree with those who believe mismanagement is a huge contributing factor, along with (likely, imo) hedge fund manipulation AND the price of silver/gold.

    Nevertheless, even the worst 'dog' may sometimes have its day. Calmly awaiting the bounce as price bounces along that lower trendline, smashing slightly below from time to time.

    Go to finviz to see how they are drawing lower trendline, but DO consider learning technical analysis (ongoing, since there is always more and more to learn...newer techniques, ratios, relationships, etc.)

    IF silver/gold clearly reverse to upside, there will be many, many excellent buys at this level in mining. JUST my opinion.

    Profit for Good Causes

  • Traders: MACD PPO RSI lovely

    See posters explalining WHY PRAN science has not been disproven by the failutre to reach a particular endpoint with a small population, and why that particular endpoint may not be nearly as important as brain volume (WHICH PRAN METHOD DOES ADDRESS) and numerous other factors that PRAN approach ALSO DOES address (Huntington's disease, Alzheimer's and even cognitive/memory in normals).

    My own first buy of PRAN was in the 2's long ago and I held it as it fell into the 1's, adding and trading from time to time.

    Hungington's trial is ongoing, as is an extension of current trial that is 'considered' (falsely, imo) to be a failure. Absurd overreaction with no regard to what the actual science is telling us. No objectivity by traders re science, only 'technical shorting' so hedge fund cronies can buy my opinion. 'We the people' may as well take advantage of their stupidity and promote quality science with our cash (or more of it), in MY opinion, while also gaining some profit for good causes.

    Small biotech is notoriously volatile and late phase trials tend to be hugely challenging. Even if/when trials are positive, some biotechs may need to increase cash on hand to all of these factors should be taken into consideration by traders, long term investors.

    I attempt to accumulate stocks/sectors/industries/certain indices.../commodities...when they are EXTREMELY LOW, horribly I did with solar, ocean shipping, nuclear and almost all of the biotechs. I ordinarily hold SOME SHARES of biotech extremely long term...years n years n years n years...but DO SELL SOME REPEATEDLY on big upmoves or protect I repeatedly mentioned I was doing with PRAN.

    See posts by drdiplipdo, kadaicher1, pivalde and interestingtome garysnoop1 and many others on the Yahoo message board for PRAN.

    All only my opinion, and NOT A REC.

    Peace Patience Patients
    Profit for Good Causes

  • vcaritas vcaritas Apr 17, 2014 10:40 AM Flag

    Evidence supporting PRAN's approach continues to increase.

    Meanwhile, from a purely technical point of view regarding stock tiime & price charting, PRAN is beginning to move into a more positive area. PPO magnificently oversold. Huge selling, OVERselling with capitulation volume...followed by smaller and somewhat tentative upside from absurd lows.

    My personal opinion is PRAN is worth buying, holding...or adding to...based on the science (HD, Alz, all)...and now also on the technical analysis of the stock.

    Peace Patience Patients
    Profit for Good Causes

  • vcaritas vcaritas Apr 10, 2014 10:05 AM Flag

    Received voicemail. Sorry I missed you...Was unable to return call on that cell phone, but responded by email.

    Many thanks. You are very kind and quite knowledgeable.

    Peace Gratitude Agape~

  • vcaritas vcaritas Apr 10, 2014 7:48 AM Flag

    Sentiment is so extremely negative for Coeur that only lpet, edmundaronson and I are among those still interested (over so many years).

    Personally believe that Coeur management and decision making HAS had an effect on the poor price performance of CDE. HOWEVER, there comes a time when even the 'dog' stocks MAY make a turnaround.

    Dip into the 8's yesterday, with overall negative sentiiment...and a few NEW POSTERS recently showing some interest in buying, has led me to keep an eye on CDE more than usual.

    During most of the previous runups in gold and silver (except the one about 10 years ago for Coeur, for 1's to 7's), I posted I was overweight ELSEWHERE, even if I had some CDE shares. I sometimes held SLW, GG, EXK, GSS, many others in greater quantity than CDE.

    For the moment, have more shares of CDE than any other gold or silver.

    NOT sure if/when the definitive tunaround will occur for CDE, but the probabilities for a near term bounce from this approximate level (close to the downtrend line) are better than at any time since the fall from 31. I attempted to add on numerous occasions (too early) and did trade some bounces. When I'm wrong, I need to LEARN from my mistakes, but it does not mean that there will NEVER be an opportunity for that particular stock...only that I need to trade out when wrong...and then look for higher probability trades.

    finviz website shows one way of drawing the trendline, with a potential bounce area around this level.

    The caveat is always price of silver. Longer term, expecting silver itself will be multibagger from current levels.

    It will not be a good sign for US and world economies if/when it occurs. Since NO ONE in Washington is dealing with the 127 trillion dollars in UNFUNDED LIABILITIES (which is growing exponentially with Obamascare Unaffordable Unhealthy Act), the handwriting is on the wall already for the US, at least.

    For Europe, Russia NOT A JOKE. Nor is it a short term problem. Peace Prayers Agape~

  • Reply to

    Coeur short position

    by brolgaboy Apr 8, 2014 2:46 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Apr 9, 2014 8:46 AM Flag

    Multiple new names coming to bash as Coeur fell lower and lower induced ME to watch for 'add' opportunities to my tiny initial rebuy much higher.

    As CDE bounces from the lower trendline (again), am now temporarily overweight CDE with respect to other silver and/or gold miners. Not with respect to miners in general, since I own/trade platinum-related, copper, zinc, coal and uranium also, along with other metals and niche areas, such as rare earths.

    Do NOT plan to hold an overweight (among silvers/golds) in CDE long term. Will sell into bounces OR sell added shares if I was wrong.

    In biotech, again overweighted PRAN as it fell...adding very heavily in the 2's, which had been the area of my initial munch. Now own record quantity.

    I ALWAYS take partial profits on spikes or large upmoves in any speculative biotech IF I own more than a tiny I repeatedly posted here and to friends. Either that or savvy options strategies.

    The so-called 'failures' need to be analyzed in a fully scientific contest, Think size of trial, unprecedented improvement in PLACEBO ARM in reduction of beta amyloid plaques (which made a stat sig result impossible). BIZARRE. Moreover, some scientists and MDs are concluding brain volume and other factors should be evaluated rather than the beta amyloid. Research WHY. And why/how PRAN is ahead of the pack in so many areas that ARE of significance along WITH pristine safety record. Consider possibility of larger trial, larger dose (now clearly safe). Read the actual clinical trials, not the moronic commentators and shorts. PLUS the application for Huntington's is likely to go forward at this point. And last, but never least, NEVER follow 'someone else' for investment picks and entries...WITHOUT personal and thorough DD. That most certainly includes me.

    Peace Patience Patients Agape~

  • vcaritas vcaritas Apr 4, 2014 4:59 AM Flag

    See article by Michael Sacerdote (a resident physician) re 'Right Drug, Wrong Dose' concerning PBT2.

    A great deal has been learned from the trials and it is extremely useful and overall very POSITIVE for PRAN, for the future for Huntington's patients and eventually Alzheimer's as well, especially since PBT2 has been demonstrated to be extremely safe.

    JUST my opinion.

    Peace Patience Patients Agape~

  • vcaritas vcaritas Apr 4, 2014 4:15 AM Flag

    Truly bizarre that the PLACEBO arm did so well. Unprecedented.

    Indeed, they are analyzing all aspects of the trial, not only to report to shareholders, but for design of next trial.

    New investors or potential new investors should examine the Pranabio website in detail AND check out scholarly articles on associated medical conditions.

    Brilliant insights here on this Yahoo message board from some who are apparently MDs or are in the health care profession...OR are familiar with research and statistical methods.

    It is worthwhile to follow posting on hotcopper website. Perform search.

    Managment will consult with experts in the field.

    "Whilst not meeting all ofour hopes, this resultdoes not deterus from future development of PBT2, a safe and well tolerateddrug candidate for Alzheimer's disease," CEO Geoffrey Kempler said. "Our scientists and those from other institutes have developed a strong body of evidence for the efficacy of PBT2 in Alzheimer's disease. The suggestions of beneficial effectof PBT2 on brain volumes first seen in the Reach2HD Huntington disease trial and now in this Alzheimer's disease IMAGINE trial is intriguing."

    More than a bit intriguing.

    Just my opinion.

    Peace Patience Patients Agape~

  • Reply to

    Faulty trial design....

    by drdilipdo Apr 2, 2014 2:13 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Apr 2, 2014 3:50 AM Flag

    The brain volume data in AD and HD are intriguing....

    To say the least...INTRIGUING...

    En plus, there was an unprecented reduction in plaque in the CONTROL arm which affected the results.

    Bizarre, au moins~

    Continued study indicated. STRONGLY.

    JUST my opinion.

    Peace Wisdom Patience Patients Agape~

  • Reply to

    Where do we close tomorrow? $4 or $2?

    by marketguy2354 Mar 31, 2014 11:56 PM
    vcaritas vcaritas Apr 1, 2014 12:11 AM Flag

    It sometimes takes a few days for the shorts and manipulators to shake out the longs, including the NEW longs who buy near lows.


    SOMETIMES the manipulators hope that folks who were on margin will need to be thrashed for about three days.


    At other times, the manipulators allow the stock to rise, especially after such a dramatic fall as a stock that STILL DOES have so much potential.

    Personally expecting great things from PRAN over the longer term.

    I began purchasing in the 2's BEFORE the fall to the 1's. In my private and public postings regarding PRAN, I've repeatedly posted that I attempt to add on pullback and sell least SOME...into spikes or significant upmoves. One could have accumulated DOWN to the 1's, then sold on subsequent bounces into the 3's, 4's, 6's, 7's, 8's, 10's, 12's and even up to 13.29...and gradually started to add some of the shares on pullbacks, especially at support levels

    In this way, one is eventually 'playing' with house money, in many cases. At least that is my goal in the case of volatile biotech when I start purchasing very low.

    One may sometimes protect one's positions with savvy options trading IF one is consistently profitable in options strategies and is comfortable using them in this case.

    I'm personally convinced PRAN has excellent potential and will come through in the end. Meanwhile, I'm mounring the fact that results did not move Alzheimer's research as far ahead as I had hoped AND the loss of money to myself and all here.

    My personal opinion is that the losses will be recovered and that new highs will eventually be reached. It seems to me from a purely scientific point of view that PRAN has solutions NO ONE ELSE HAS SEEN OR USED.

    I could be wrong. I was holding some shares from much higher here and have continued to hold...added tiny amount today. Was away from computer most of the day and was not able to follow.

    Peace Wisdom Science Strategies Patients Patience Agape

  • vcaritas vcaritas Mar 31, 2014 3:22 PM Flag

    Great minds....

    Peace Wisdom Agape~

  • Reply to


    by shadesofmojo Mar 28, 2014 8:27 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Mar 28, 2014 11:04 AM Flag


    Go to CNBC website and enter DNDN for stick quote. Check institutions AND FUNDS that own shares of DNDN and are


    Hedge funds (elite manipulators) likely control DNDN, imo, for now. Ordinary investsors, funds and institutions will probably see some gains on or after March 31st...

    AFTER 'end of quarter window dressing'...during which some funds/institutions sell losers or slow gainers to 'look better' on their quarterly reports...

    and AFTER WHICH,
    they tend to pick up new positions at lows.

    Daytraders likely stay away from this stock. I occasionally trade additional shares to protect my gains for my family, but those interested in technical daytrading would stay away from it most of the time, since it is artificially held down, in MY opinion, by huge PROFESSIONAL hedge funds/etc. They will likely 'let go' to some extent after latest batch of funds/institutions load up. Likely some upmove soon, tho anythng is possible.

    Daytraders more likely play where there are often larger intraday moves. I loathe daytrading, but I trade 'extra' shares to protect gains and enhance number of quality shares I can hold longer term. Some daytreaders may show up for 10ma/20ma/50ma crossover, with current configuration.

    News COULD skyrocket it at any point.

    JUST an opinion.


  • Reply to

    DNDN lookingg sneaky good

    by swthompson999 Mar 28, 2014 9:55 AM
    vcaritas vcaritas Mar 28, 2014 10:09 AM Flag

    If current configuration plays out ... even from a simple technical standpoint, DNDN will easily gallop to 5.38, then on to greater and greater heights.

    Meanwhile, see post giving 30 reasons to buy DNDN.

    JUST my opinion.

    Peace Patience Patients Agape~

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