The concern is after reading at Yahoo forum, no new message board after two weeks or ever, after users contacting Yahoo several times regarding this for other companies larger than Lithium Americas.
From Yahoo: Explanation
The Yahoo Finance Message Boards for some stocks won't appear immediately after a ticker is listed for the first time, moves exchanges, or goes through a merger, etc. It will take up to two weeks for a Message Board to become active.
From Yahoo: Workaround
In some cases, a Message Board is active even though the "Message Board" link isn't active. This means you can access the Message Board--here's how:
In the below URL, replace "TICKER" with the ticker symbol of the company who's Message Board you'd like to view. Then paste the URL into your Web browser's Address Bar.
Tried their workaround and it did not work.
I read briefly on some Yahoo forums that message board activation transfer when ticker symbol change has occurred, has not happened for other stocks going into one year. I will look to see about contacting Yahoo.
alberard40, Schwab has posted the symbol change on a reference page, but the shares are dormant on the pricing page and it may take a few days to update this I suppose. This is not a problem, but I would appreciate alignment at Yahoo Finance, so investors do not have to post messages at a ghost ship message board. I am not sure who is responsible for the decision at Yahoo to make the Message Board function operational, but contacting Yahoo and bringing this to their attention is the answer.
1. I guess stockholders will have to contact Yahoo to make a case for this.
2. I do see an active massage message board at Stockhouse for Lithium Americas Corp. T.WLC.
3. Search for 'Message Board Central', that attaches messages from several sites, that I have used over the years.
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in the fourth quarter and now owns 5,160,043 shares of the specialty pharmaceutical company’s stock.
Very undervalued if this was to occur.
It looks like you have made money Shorting other stocks and not ZIOPHARM Oncology.
I say this from experience and during the past five years have had several big winners, maybe dumb luck as I do not have a PhD in science, with $1 to $3 biotechnology stocks that skyrocketed and I have had disappointments too. The most dramatic was my purchase of Acadia ACAD in 2011 in the mid $1's and hit a 52 Week High about $50, of course on a significant drug breakthrough associated with Parkinson's disease.
This is the biotechnology space story of rags to riches, so in the meantime there is volatility to be expected with high beta company stocks.
I repeat: Sell Zohydro to a large company like Purdue Pharma. They can absorb the cost of sales promotion.
Like energy, i expect a significant recovery rally in the biotechnology space his year.