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whippersnapper65 851 posts  |  Last Activity: 6 hours ago Member since: Jun 20, 2009
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  • Reply to

    CFO Sells 25k shares

    by maximus06906 14 hours ago
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 6 hours ago Flag

    Recall that Larry Ellberger bought 20,000 shares in August when the price was dropping irrationally. Marucci bought 5,000 shares. All were direct, open-market purchases.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Harry Boxer's Charts of the Day

    by thetechtraderca Nov 24, 2015 8:58 AM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 24, 2015 9:25 AM Flag

    Harry quietly stops talking about stocks that don't fulfill his predictions. He draws numerous lines on the screen and says, "We're watching this and looking for that to happen." He's right 50% of the time but only keeps featuring stocks that make his predictions look prescient, so he seems more accurate than he really is; the others he simply stops talking about. He's done it with CLDX before when it has failed to fulfill his predictions in the past.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    It's Good To Be. Cldx Shareholder Today

    by j20tower Nov 23, 2015 11:45 AM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 23, 2015 5:46 PM Flag

    What about your not-so-long ago prediction that shorts will slam it back to $12 after a runup on good news? Make up your mind. You lose money because you attempt to time the market, and it's not possible to do that over the long run. Buy and hold and forget about it for 2-10 years. IMO you're not worth paying attention to.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    It's Good To Be. Cldx Shareholder Today

    by j20tower Nov 23, 2015 11:45 AM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 23, 2015 5:44 PM Flag

    Zorbs is a ninny. He plays both sides and has frequently been wrong, and he attempts to use tweets to push his short or long stance.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 23, 2015 10:22 AM Flag

    Many major institutions and large holders increased their holdings of CLDX during the irrational 3Q drop. The recent news and the maturing pipeline that will result in readouts for Rintega, Glemba and Varli trials next year, not to mention commercialization almost a given for Rintega now, should encourage institutions to hold firm if not increase their positions. CLDX will be a phenomenally profitable investment over the next 2-10 years. Buy it and hold it for Warren Buffet's favorite investment timeline: forever.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 19, 2015 10:41 PM Flag

    What liberals don't realize is that discrimination is sometimes wise. Oh, sure, libs invoke "non-discrimination" as if it's some sort of magic incantation that makes everything turn out okay and wins every argument.

    Here's the truth: discrimination is sometimes wise and sometimes necessary. There is moral discrimination and there is immoral discrimination. Not all discrimination is immoral.

    If you cannot understand that discriminating against people who are likely to do our society harm (and have explicitly declared their intent to harm us) not only isn't wrong but is virtuous, then you are a symptom of a dying society. The United States doesn't have any moral obligation to commit suicide by admitting enemies into our country; to the contrary, we have an obligation to prevent them from entering.

    Liberalism is a mental disorder, and the stupid belief that discrimination is always wrong is one of its many symptoms.

    We sure as heck had better discriminate against Syrians and other ISIS-affiliated Muslims because they are likely to do us harm. Europe welcomed "refugees" without discriminating, and look what has happened: the enemy has infiltrated their cities and now have to be weeded out. It would have been much easier and much wiser to prevent the enemy from entering.

    And to think that the president is aggressively attempting to bring the enemy into the country. What a %$#&@!

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    A Tribute To Obama

    by j20tower Nov 19, 2015 10:25 AM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 19, 2015 10:37 AM Flag

    When all the filthy truth about BHO is revealed in the years and decades following his secretive presidency, liberal useful idiots who supported him will or ought to be ashamed for ever having supported and defended him.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 17, 2015 10:01 PM Flag

    If you check institutional ownership on the NASDAQ website you will see that nearly every single one of the major holders bought additional shares of CLDX prior to the end of September. There were a few that sold out their positions, but more that increased their already large holdings.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 14, 2015 7:11 PM Flag

    I suppose you would also think that baseball, football and basketball aren't too different from each other either; after all, each involves throwing a ball around. Come on: do you really have that superficial of an understanding of world religions?

    Your post does express a correct insight, however, which is that only one religion can be the true religion; they cannot all be true. If Islam were the true religion, then -- yes -- we would be foolish not to follow it. If Christianity is the true religion, then people would be foolish not to adhere to it.

    There are good reasons for preferring Christianity to Islam.

    Read Pope Benedict XVI's Regensburg Address for insight into why Islam ought not to be considered the one true religion.

    To save some time, from Wikipedia:

    Pope Benedict referred to a specific aspect of Islam that Manuel II considered irrational, namely the practice of forced conversion. Specifically, the Pope (making clear that they were the Emperor's words, not his own) quoted Manuel II Palaiologos as saying: "Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new and there you will find things only bad and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached."

    The pontiff was comparing apparently contradictory passages from the Qur'an, one being that "There is no compulsion in religion", the other being that it is acceptable to "spread the faith through violence". The pontiff argued the latter teaching to be unreasonable and advocated that religious conversion should take place through the use of reason. His larger point here was that, generally speaking, in Christianity, God is understood to act in accordance with reason, while in Islam, God's absolute transcendence means that "God is not bound even by his own word", and can act in ways contrary to reason, including self-contradiction. At the end of his lecture, the Pope said, "It is to the great logos, to this breadth of reason, that we invite our partners in the dialogue of cultures."

  • Because the Islamo-deniers are enabling the Islamic terrorists to extend their deadly poison-injecting tentacles into our society. Liberals live in a fantasyland of their own creation and think that reality conforms to their flat-earth, fantasyland, Islamo-denying beliefs. They believe Islam is a religion of peace, therefore it is. They believe immigrants do not have malicious intent, therefore they don't. Liberals have the naive mentality of children. They are adult in chronological age but childish in their approach to life. They have very little wisdom, and as result when they are in power they make foolish decisions that have harmful repercussions for entire societies.

    Has anyone heard from CAIR about the Islamic terrorist attacks in Paris?

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    Obama says ISIS is Contained

    by haake97 Nov 14, 2015 3:29 PM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 14, 2015 5:39 PM Flag

    The JV president, who got into office only because of an affirmative action mentality among the electorate and the media, thinks he's varsity level. Now he's getting his butt kicked all over the field. I'm embarrassed that BHO is the POTUS.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 14, 2015 3:20 PM Flag

    That's why he's the Message Board Bonehead, and that's why I've had him on ignore for two years or more.

  • Reply to

    Is It Now Time to Engage Isis

    by j20tower Nov 13, 2015 7:00 PM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 13, 2015 10:34 PM Flag

    Are you in the 10th grade, luvin? Because your non sequitur was sophomoric. No doubt you are convinced it was a brilliant and courageous retort, just as any cocky and ignorant high school sophomore would think about his own one-liners with smug self-satisfaction. You're apparently not ready to discuss mature solutions to real crises and real circumstances. Perhaps someday you'll be ready to eat at the adult table; for now, you'll have to continue dining at the kiddie table because you have shown yourself to be too immature to converse with adults. For the sake of Western Civilization and the security of the USA, we'd better hope that our country has leaders who will resolve to do whatever is necessary to exterminate Islamic terrorism, and that will entail using the means of warfare. The limp-wristed president doesn't inspire confidence, and he seems intent on passing off the problem he's responsible for to his successor. ISIS might force his limp-wristed hand, though.

  • Reply to

    Is It Now Time to Engage Isis

    by j20tower Nov 13, 2015 7:00 PM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 13, 2015 7:22 PM Flag

    If we don't fight the Muslim terrorists where they live and exterminate them there, then they will bring the war to our soil. They did it on 9/11 and they have now done it in Paris.

    I would not be surprised if BHO's last year in office is one giant headache and embarrassment for him in which he is forced to go to war, a war of his responsibility and creation because he irresponsibly withdrew American forces from Iraq prematurely in order to keep a naive and egotistical campaign promise and because he refused to attack ISIS decisively and strongly. God forbid the Muslims succeed in attacking on American soil again.

  • whippersnapper65 by whippersnapper65 Nov 13, 2015 6:12 PM Flag

    This will help Trump's campaign. The U.S. needs to control its borders and enforce immigration law. Unchecked immigration in Europe is the direct cause of tonight's terrorist attacks. How long will it take world leaders to admit that Islamic terrorism is the enemy?

  • Reply to

    The price action ...

    by bostonblackie02066 Nov 12, 2015 4:06 PM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 13, 2015 5:47 PM Flag

    Romunotherapy won't be built in a day.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    The price action ...

    by bostonblackie02066 Nov 12, 2015 4:06 PM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 12, 2015 4:59 PM Flag

    Many of us longs know that the science behind Celldex's treatments is solid. The abundant clinical evidence for Rintega only needs to clear one more hurdle before it becomes approvable and marketable. The clinical evidence for Glemba has been strong, and the METRIC trial ought to support a filing for approval. The preclinical evidence for Varli is nothing short of astounding, and the early clinical evidence has been encouraging; within two years data from the various combination trials currently in progress will be made public, possibly providing a clearer picture of Varli's potential as a component of combination immunotherapy.

    Yes, the price action has been deplorable for the past two years. Yes, CLDX ought to be trading in the $30s right now. Eventually, though, the science behind Celldex's treatments WILL be definitively established and announced. Eventually Celldex will be a profitable commercial biotech company with highly valuable assets. After that happens, the world will beat a path to Celldex's door.

    Rome wasn't built in a day.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Presidents are not above the law after all...

    by raysfrom98 Nov 10, 2015 11:39 AM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 10, 2015 12:06 PM Flag

    The Supreme Court should have done the same thing by invalidating Obamacare, which (as you know) has not been implemented according to the text of the law; BHO has unilaterally and unconstitutionally rewritten the law quite a few times.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 9, 2015 1:12 PM Flag

    How about violating his oath of office by circumventing the Constitution and exercising powers not granted to the president by the Constitution? How about politicizing the Justice Department, the IRS and the FBI to the point of fomenting racial division and antagonism not seen since the 1960s? How about jeopardizing American security and global influence with his inept Middle East foreign policy or through his foreign policy of having a non-policy of running out the clock on so many world problems while hoping that no major disaster happens during his term of office so he can pass off dealing with the mess his non-policy has created to his successor? How about a burgeoning national debt? How about stagnant economic growth? How about permitting a foreign invasion by not enforcing immigration laws and by not securing the southern U.S. border?

    The problem with people like you who look around and believe everything's fine under BHO is that you aren't paying close enough attention and you aren't asking the questions about the logical future implications and outcomes of BHO's disastrous decisions.

    The problem with liberals is that they don't ask second-order questions. They are content with superficial, short-term analyses of policies and decisions. It's part and parcel of the mental disorder that liberalism is; liberals cannot think clearly nor correctly. Yet liberals laughably believe they are intellectually superior to conservatives.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Nov 8, 2015 9:26 PM Flag

    I hope you are right and that the data finally provide a compelling case for approval. Longs have been put through a lot over the past two years as the market hasn't given CLDX any respect. Rintega data that guarantee approval will produce a share price in the $40s (even though CLDX should be in the $30s right now). Glemba data that support approval would bring it to the $60s after that, and positive varli data will catapult CLDX into the triple digits, never to look back.

    It will happen; it's just taking longer than we longs would like for the share price to stabilize. Buy and hold.

    Sentiment: Hold

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