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wimuskyfisherman 327 posts  |  Last Activity: 4 hours ago Member since: Apr 30, 2013
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  • wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman 4 hours ago Flag

    Paris- Some of the people on the board are parading as longs. They are not. They are swing trading their whole position. You can tell when they sell as they go negative on the stock. They might even be shorting then. I am sure you have noticed this. And if you ever want to see good daily short data, go to short analytics (dotcom). Review the chart there on CYTR, the shorts did indeed really throw shares at this recently to get this chart to breakdown. Volume was low today but short volume was nearly 60%. I suspect they are going to try to keep this under $3 by all means.

  • wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman 4 hours ago Flag

    telmeafbi- What is your problem? The trials certainly are progressing as management has promised. I understand that Kriegsman is not respected by many. But certainly looking at all the trials progress as well as new ones being initiated, you cannot say there is not progress. I know you say you are long, but you sure have a problem with CYTR management... If ever felt like you did about a companies management(the way you feeel about CYTR) I certainly would not be invested in them. Your posting motives do not seem one bit sincere.

  • Reply to

    Short Sales are down

    by samsa1 Dec 17, 2014 11:41 AM
    wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman 5 hours ago Flag

    j- You are right. I checked on short analytics (dotcom) and on the day last week when volume was over 125K shares, the short volume was nearly 60%.

  • wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman 5 hours ago Flag

    I think its 100% certain they are paid bashers!

  • wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 25, 2015 4:19 PM Flag

    Samsa- I agree. He is just using short scare tactics. Guidelines in all industries are always potentially changing. He is basically trying to use that to keep people away. By using that logic, you should not invest in any pharmaceutical company that deals with the FDA. Now how reasonable is that? Also, many other industries are regulated by government agencies as well. By his logic, you should not invest in them as well. Another example would be UL- Underwriters Laboratories is constantly updating their standards. Does that keep people from developing new electrical products? Absolutely not. Keeping abreast of standard changes is part of any business. I am sure, Dr. Odidi is staying on top on any potential changes. I am also guessing any changes by FDA would have a certain range of time prior to having to implement these.

  • wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 24, 2015 5:07 PM Flag

    Pechstein with an agenda? No never! :-)

  • Reply to

    Folks I think she's dead for now

    by themanf20 Jan 23, 2015 7:11 PM
    wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 24, 2015 4:53 PM Flag

    Samsa- I am still here. I agree and think some of the other Focalin doses will receive approval soon. Maybe as early as April. I also think we will see other approvals this year. I also believe there will be other news other than ANDAs that drives IPCI's price per share this year.

    Themanf20- Sounds like you are really questioning holding here. Like Samsa said, if you don't have the stomach for it, then consider selling. If you are considering adding, I would recommend waiting. I do suspect we may go a little lower. Looking at a chart, IPCI was trading between 1.60 and 1.80 right before Focalin approval. I suggest waiting until it gets down to there, but then again it may not go that low.

  • Reply to

    Molecule Linker Technology

    by data_analyst_dude Jan 24, 2015 3:44 PM
    wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 24, 2015 3:51 PM Flag

    What you state is exactly what many blowhards on this forum fail to realize. They have an R&D facility in Freiburg... I highly suspect Dr. Katz is working on something that may be way bigger than Aldo. CYTR- like other microcap biotech stocks- is a speculative pick. To make the big rewards, you need to buy before the big breakthroughs!

  • wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 23, 2015 10:32 AM Flag

    I agree. Michael's tone changed the week the GBM results were announced and the price ran up. Why go negative then? That was a very positive development. I am suspecting he sold his shares at that time and is looking for a better entry point for a trade. i suspect he has no intentions of holding CYTR for anything more than swing trades.

  • Reply to

    GBM and Aldox

    by parisite76 Jan 22, 2015 10:19 PM
    wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 22, 2015 10:37 PM Flag

    I read through the PR today on the test results and in my opinion they were very forthcoming. As much as guys like Feuerstein will try to say they spun them positively, I did not see that. They listed the additional side effects that were seen as well and indicated those were resolved without issue. It should be interesting to see how far this will be taken down. Lots of talk about $2 again but I see that as unlikely. I think when they quit throwing shares at the this, I think it goes to $4. But that is just my opinion.

  • wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 22, 2015 9:30 PM Flag

    End of 2016 or 2017.

  • Reply to

    Compared to DOX...

    by drobno Jan 22, 2015 12:39 PM
    wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 22, 2015 9:28 PM Flag

    Statistical significance is a measure of whether the data generated from a sample population can be relied on. In other words, sampling error can contribute to results that are inconclusive. What I draw from the CYTR STS data is they have two studies that show Statistically significant results that Aldox has better PFS than Dox. They also have two studies that show a trend that Aldox has better OS than Dox. Although they do not have statistical significance in either OS study, they have two separate studies that show a trend in OS improvement. In my opinion, this leads me to believe a study powered to show OS statistical significance would have a good chance at being successful. They also are compiling a great deal of data that shows Aldox has minimal cardiotoxicity. The primary endpoints of the STS P3 study are PFS and cardiotoxicity. The secondary endpoint of that study is OS. Thus, they could likely gain approval without an increase in OS just by meeting the PFS data of Dox and being less toxic. Lastly, I see the dosing until progression to possibly have a twofold effect- it will increase both PFS and OS.

  • Reply to

    Compared to DOX...

    by drobno Jan 22, 2015 12:39 PM
    wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 22, 2015 9:13 PM Flag

    Welcome back bullybear!

  • wimuskyfisherman by wimuskyfisherman Jan 22, 2015 6:46 PM Flag

    I think these last couple weeks have shown extremely good news for CYTR. Positive events:

    1. GBM Results
    2. Kaposi Results
    3. Partial Hold Lift
    4. STS OS Results

    Everything is looking good for CYTR but why is the stock down? The shorts are fighting hard. On 1/20 almost 2M shares traded and 53% of those were short sales. Yesterday, 0.75M shares traded and 63% of those were sold short.

    I personally feel CYTR will get Aldo approved in late 2016 or 2017. Each added data piece continues to support that. I agree with others that the shorts will probably not cover anytime soon. I can wait. I was in MYGN when they took that down. Lots of shorts still trapped in MYGN and longs made out nicely. I think short interest will be up on 1/15 and up even more on 1/30. Good luck all longs- hang in there!

  • Reply to

    January 6th

    by wimuskyfisherman Jan 20, 2015 3:08 PM
    wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 20, 2015 11:12 PM Flag

    Last Friday they shorted the heck out of it and the price rose quite a bit. On low volume days they really attack price and can get the PPS down easily. High volume they have no choice but to throw shares at it to keep a lid on it. Short interest will be up quite a bit the next two times its reported.

  • Reply to

    A little confused

    by alikik Jan 20, 2015 3:55 PM
    wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 20, 2015 5:01 PM Flag

    I agree

  • wimuskyfisherman by wimuskyfisherman Jan 20, 2015 3:08 PM Flag

    On January 6th, over 6M shares traded... 48% of them were sold short! Wow!

  • wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 20, 2015 3:06 PM Flag

    They are working hard the last couple weeks to keep this down. I am almost thinking short interest will be higher for 1/15 and if things continue to go this way even higher on 1/30. Any opinions on if it goes up or down on the next two reports?

  • Reply to

    Short Interest

    by wimuskyfisherman Jan 20, 2015 1:19 PM
    wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 20, 2015 2:20 PM Flag

    I am busy and did not bother with the Seeking Alpha trash. Sounds like it was a hit piece. More hit pieces to come for sure. Maybe Feuerstein will do one or just allow one of his henchman to take the duty for the time being. I am sure someone will counter with a pump article as well. I am long CYTR because of the results- I feel that Aldox will ultimately replace Dox in nearly all applications. GBM will just be icing on the cake. And hopefully the lab in Freiburg is working on a new linker drug as we speak.

  • Reply to

    Kriegman = Conman

    by jayrodman585 Jan 20, 2015 2:12 PM
    wimuskyfisherman wimuskyfisherman Jan 20, 2015 2:14 PM Flag

    Actually, I think when it starts rising, more shares are sold short to drive down the price.

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