Yes, their revenue has improved by 10MM per quarter, and their litigation costs have plummeted. They now have 13 years of lawsuits behind them. Big improvement for the company.
Shorts are underwater here, but they are sophisticated and can withstand a lot of pain. Tuesday afternoon's action was all about lowering the covering costs for institutional shorts. I watched blocks of 50,000 75,000 and 100,000 shares change hand barely moving the price. Those are sideways trades of shares gathered by the MM and handed off to institutional shorts. Our best hope for tomorrow is if some large institutional player decides to "buy into the short".
Frying pan daily chart, interesting volume fingerprints, and some exciting medical results. Would like to know what others on the ARNA board thing about the science.
I'm long some "cheap" ANV calls, so I post here a bit. Right now I'm heavy in Neuralstem $CUR Just the frying pan chart should be enough to peak an interest. If you DD what they are doing you'll understand why a lot of eyeballs are on it right now. Consider using the search term "neuralstem in the news". The first link will take you to a page with the Forbes article, a couple of local Atlanta news pieces, and a propthink article.
Love to see ANV make a big bounce with an upturn in spot. Cheers!
This blog is absolute rubbish. Been aware of them for about two years now. Its all conjecture intended to generate clicks for add revenue. Their bloggers often barely have a command of written English. Its just noise.
It doesn't. Sadly that is a myth. If your trading from a margin account, whether or not you have any shares on margin, than your shares are almost always available to be borrowed. It doesn't matter if you ask or not. If you are not trading from a margin account then usually you can prevent your shares from being lent out IF YOU MAKE A SPECIFIC REQUEST. Some brokers will do it anyway, but most will honor your request.
Bought ARNA in the twos and threes. Bashers and concern trolls were relentless on that board before the big move to $13.00 I'm seeing some similarities in the content of the CUR board.
Consider investing in both companies. The profit from the winning team will dwarf the loss sustained in the other.
I respectfully disagree. Garr is prevented from journalizing the full range of information to which he is privileged, and perhaps you would find the blog more potent if his hands were not legally tied. What he can talk about is the human component, the relationship between the work that Neuralstem is doing and the limbic emotional mind. I for one am humbled to have the opportunity to invest in, and potentially profit from, something that has the potential to change so many lives. I feel many kinds of ways about it, and I'm much further away from the caboodle than the team of scientists who have been working on this project for years. I appreciate the blog for what it is, genuine and as informative as legally possible.
CUR long here. Those orders at the end of the day, you'll begin now to see they happen across the market in almost every stock. They are an amalgam of orders that did not post, for one reason or another, during the regular day. I don't think they even represent "dark pool" transactions. Someone else may be able to speak more authoritatively on this subject and if so I would appreciate it. Cheers, and go CUR (especially for our brothers and sisters with ALS)!
Stocks up 10% today. You think they'll dilute without meaningful pps raising news first? I don't think so. "Our technology works." -CEO They have successfully defended 7 out of 8 of their patents. They're a take over target by the likes of BP/ DuPont. Shorts are playing with explosive jet fuel here.