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vermaatul1 43 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 27, 2014 6:29 PM Member since: Apr 20, 2012
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  • What will happens to short if TKMR buyout news is true. I wont take chance .

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • http://seekingalpha.com/instablog/9731991-rob1978/3141515-game-changing-business-model-stellar-growth-ahead-for-investors-who-take-the-long-term-view

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • A few months ago Short sellers and some analyst used to say that FSLR value $ 12, FB value $ 11. Where are those shorties and analysts? You can watch today closing price of these stocks. Don't be fooled by analyst and short sellers, they will give up soon. Government and public all we want clean and non polluted environment. Actually KNDI worth more than $100 / share. How come American investors can afford TSLA at $ 250 and want to short KNDI at $19 while all we know China population many times bigger than USA. I am buying more tomorrow am.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Never ever short Biotech stocks. At least you should learn for future.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • vermaatul1 vermaatul1 Aug 24, 2014 6:23 PM Flag

    Because NSR is also in buyout talk. You can Google search. Cover before its too late if you shorted?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • If you short of 1000 share. You will loose 20,200.00 next morning. Do you still like shorting? Next buy out coming for NSR,MNKD,LJPC,FEYE.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • vermaatul1 vermaatul1 Aug 24, 2014 2:45 PM Flag

    ITMN Already sold for $74. Watch the news. Stupid analyst.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Watch the news. All longs are rich and short sellers are cooked. Never ever short the stock. Short should learn the lesson.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • from yahoo finance.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Friday:

    ** Talisman Energy Inc, Canada's No.5 independent oil producer, said Friday it still plans to sell its oil properties in Iraq's Kurdistan region, even after its partner announced a massive oil discovery on its properties.

    ** Neustar Inc, a company which helps North American telecommunication carriers route calls and text messages, is considering a potential sale amid interest from private equity firms, according to people familiar with the matter

    Airbus is considering a sale of its 49 percent stake in submarine supplier Atlas Elektronik as part of a reshuffle of its military business, German newspaper Die Welt reported on its website on Friday, citing industry sources.

    ** U.S.-based Apollo Global Management is in exclusive talks to buy Portuguese insurance company Tranquilidade, part of the troubled web of businesses of the Espirito Santo family, for some 200 million euros ($264.6 million), a source close to the transaction said.

    ** Britain's Vodafone Group Plc agreed to buy a 73 percent stake in Greece's broadband and fixed-line telephony provider Hellas Online for 73 million euros ($97 million), to help it better compete in a highly competitive market. Vodafone had bought an 18.5 percent stake in the company in 2009

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • vermaatul1 vermaatul1 Aug 21, 2014 10:08 PM Flag

    I feel sorry for you. I also lost 12 K from trading FEYE. Now I am afraid to buy this stock. Goes down every days this stock infested by manipulators. I don't know hold sell or buy?

  • vermaatul1 by vermaatul1 Aug 21, 2014 7:23 PM Flag

    That's what I just did it. You are fool if you shorting KNDI at $ 19 and buying TSLA at $250.00.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • vermaatul1 by vermaatul1 Aug 21, 2014 6:21 PM Flag

    Today KNDI drop just the manipulations by some hedges because they want to buy cheap before they take it to $50. They did the same thing with CBI took it down to $ 57.60 last Friday and today price is $ 64 not even a week ago. Corrupt and high frequency traders they need to go jail they should not be playing with computers. I am not afraid and aiding more. I know the China population and electric cars demand.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Experimental Drug Used for Ebola-Related Virus Shows Promise

    By ANDREW POLLACKAUG. 20, 2014

    An experimental drug has completely protected monkeys from lethal doses of a virus related to Ebola, bolstering confidence that a similar medicine might be effective if deployed in the current outbreak in Africa, researchers reported on Wednesday.

    The researchers said that the drug, which is being developed by Tekmira Pharmaceuticals, kept all monkeys alive in a study, even if given as late as three days after exposure to the Marburg virus, when the virus was already detectable in the animals’ blood.

    Both Marburg and Ebola are filoviruses that cause deadly hemorrhagic fever characterized by vomiting, diarrhea, uncontrolled bleeding and possible organ failure. Tekmira, which is based in British Columbia, has a separate drug for Ebola that is already in early testing in healthy human volunteers. Both drugs work the same way — turning off viral genes through an approach called RNA interference.

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    “It is very important to not give false hope to anybody that Ebola can be treated now,” said Dr. Marie-Paule Kieny at a news conference in Geneva.

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    Marburg virus was first described in 1967 after outbreaks in three European cities, including Marburg, Germany, caused by the importation of monkeys from Uganda. The biggest outbreak was in Angola in 2004 and 2005, which affected m
    Tekmira’s Marburg drug moves in that direction. The virus was detectable in the monkey’s blood three days after exposure, corresponding to the time an infection might first be diagnosed using a test.

    The study demonstrates the “real-world utility of this technology,” said Dr. Thomas W. Geisbert, a professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and a senior author of the study, which is being published in Science Translational Medicine. He said more studies were being planned to determine whether the drug could be used even later.

    Dr. Daniel G. Bausch, an associate professor of tropical medicine at Tulane University, who was not involved in the study, said effectiveness at three days postexposure was not that useful. In an outbreak, only people who are closely monitored — such as those who have had contact with an infected person — might get a diagnosis based on a blood test, before symptoms appear.

    “The vast majority of people come in after they are sick for a couple of days,” Dr. Bausch said. In the study, even the monkeys that did not get the drug did not show symptoms until about six days after exposure.

    In the study, paid for by the National Institutes of Health, 21 rhesus macaques were injected with a high dose of the Angola strain of Marburg, the most lethal strain, with a human fatality rate of up to 90 percent.

    The monkeys were given daily injections of the drug for seven days. For four of the monkeys, the injections did not start until 72 hours after exposure. The others began receiving the drug at earlier time points.

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    All 16 of the treated animals survived, with reduced viral levels and disease symptoms. The five monkeys in the control group all died or became so sick they were euthanized.

    The study was paid for by the National Institutes of Health. Some authors work for Tekmira, and Dr. Geisbert has patent rights to this type of treatment.

    Gene G. Olinger, an Ebola and Marburg expert at MRIGlobal, a research institute, said other experimental drugs had provided protection at three days or later, but usually not 100 percent.

    Two-thirds of monkeys given Tekmira’s Ebola drug three days after exposure survived. A predecessor of ZMapp, a drug that appears to have helped two American aid workers stricken with Ebola, three of seven monkeys lived when given the drug four to five days after exposure to Ebola, when some of the animals had symptoms.

    Tekmira executives have said the company was evaluating possible ways to use its Ebola drug in the current outbreak, but they have provided little detail. An executive said last week that it would take months to make more of the drug, which is being developed under a Defense Department contract.

    The Food and Drug Administration halted testing of the Ebola drug in healthy volunteers last month after some patients suffered inflammatory reactions at high doses. This month, however, the F.D.A. said the drug could be tested on people who were actually infected.

    RNA interference, the technique used by Tekmira, is a way to turn off potentially any gene. It holds promise for treating many diseases, not just viral infections.

    Such drugs typically consist of short stretches of synthesized double-stranded RNA that match part of the gene to be silenced. The challenge for drug companies has been delivering the RNA through the bloodstream and into the cells where it is needed. Tekmira encapsulates the RNA in microscopic lipid particles to help in this.

    “This technique of getting a lipid-encapsulated product that can actually enter the cell efficiently is something that is important,” said Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseas

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Because they are under fire. I am planning to open new position tomorrow am. I am in medical field and I know the value of no tube in the rectum after 50 years so you don't want either too. I promise everyone will like this non invasive test. Global demand for this test is much higher than investors think today. See you after a month on this board with new high

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Google it. from 08/17/2014 9 am.

  • GENEVA — West Africa’s deadly Ebola epidemic is probably much worse than the world realizes, with health centers on the front lines warning that the actual numbers of deaths and illnesses are significantly higher than the official estimates, the World Health Organization said.
    So far, 2,127 cases of the disease and 1,145 deaths have been reported in four nations — Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone — the W.H.O announced Friday. But the organization has also warned that the actual number is almost certainly higher, perhaps by a very considerable margin.
    “Staff at the outbreak sites see evidence that the numbers of reported cases and deaths vastly underestimate the magnitude of the outbreak,” the group said in a statement on Thursday.
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    Hospitals in the U.S. Get Ready for Ebola AUG. 15, 2014

    A government burial team in Sierra Leone. As Ebola claims more victims, false cures are being marketed toward Africans.

    Agencies Issue Warnings Over Bogus Ebola Cures AUG. 15, 2014

    An Ebola isolation ward in Monrovia, Liberia. Nigeria hopes to wipe out the disease before it spirals out of control, as it has in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.

    With Ebola Cases Still Few, Populous Nigeria Has Chance to Halt Its Outbreak AUG. 15, 2014

    A warning in Ivory Coast. The illness has appeared in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria.

    Health Officials Try to Quell Fear of Ebola Spreading by Air Travel AUG. 14, 2014
    Times Topic: The Ebola Outbreak in West Africa
    The epidemic is still growing faster than efforts to keep up with it, and it will take months before governments and health workers in the region can get the upper hand, Joanne Liu, the president of Doctors Without Borders, said on Friday, calling conditions on the ground “like a war.”

  • vermaatul1 by vermaatul1 Aug 12, 2014 11:30 AM Flag

    New CEO is alexsimonelis. Now stock will fly to $55

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • vermaatul1 vermaatul1 Aug 6, 2014 10:43 PM Flag

    I think you are spending your time and money on wrong stock. No one going to listen you so better find some other stocks to short like FEYE, PNRA,GMCR,TSLA.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    How many morons purchased above $40?

    by newlchinascam Aug 6, 2014 9:36 PM
    vermaatul1 vermaatul1 Aug 6, 2014 10:39 PM Flag

    LOCO is also a hedge fund favorites that's why stock doubled in 2 days from IPO price. Don't go against the trend or you will loose more.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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