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  • Posted in $GERN conversation
    JNJ called GERN one of the future top revenue producers last week. $65 million coming to GERN from JNJ soon.
    This is HUGE. JNJ is worth $350 billion with a $$$B.
  • Posted in CEL-SCI Corporation
    Wow Pap Smear really thinks InVentiv's multi $B merger deal was affected by its puny arb case with this fraud. I misjudged Pap Smear all this time I'm very sorry. He's not a vile pumper he's just plain stupid. InVentiv's merger deal with INC is $7.3B and he really thinks the cvm arb case could have impacted that huge deal? Worst case InVentiv has to cough up $50M to cvm. That's a rounding error on its merger deal. Pap Smear I'll never be mean to you again...the stupid are to be pitied.
  • Bankruptcy is close, she's broke
  • The secret of a good life is to have the right loyalties and hold them in the right scale of values. http://dataunion.tistory.com/4025

    Barnes Group Inc_ NYSE $B Correlation Histogram
    X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks May-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 4,338 NYSE Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.9 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stocks
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  • Posted in $GERN conversation
    "The Dangers of Shorting Stock Should Not Be Underestimated"

    "When you short a stock, you are exposing yourself to a lot of potential financial pain. In some cases, when investors and traders see that a stock has a large short interest (a big percentage of its float has been shorted by speculators), they will attempt to drive up the price to force the shorts to "cover", or buy back the shares before it gets too out of hand."

    "It is important to remember a few things if you are thinking about shorting stock. First, never assume you will be able to repurchase a stock you have shorted whenever you want at a price that resembles ordinary experience. The liquidity has to be there. If there are no sellers in the market, or there are so many buyers (including panic buying, which is caused by other short sellers attempting to close out their position as they lose more and more money), you have a serious problem. The most famous, and catastrophic, example of this is the Northern Pacific Corner of 1901. Shares of a particular railroad went from $170 to $1,000 in a single day, bankrupting some of the wealthiest men in the United States as they tried to get their hands on shares to buy them back and return them to the lenders from whom they had borrowed the stock."

    "Next, never assume that for a stock to go from price $A to price $C, it has to go through price $B. You may or may not have the opportunity to buy or sell on the way up or down, prices may instantaneously reset, the bid or ask jumping. It is something that is obvious to experience investors but new investors take for granted. Even in regular stock investments that do not involve shorting stock, there is this mistaken idea that a stop loss order can protect you under all circumstances, which simply isn't true. The major risk as it pertains to shorting stock is a corporate buyout or merger. It isn't unusual to wake up to an announcement that a company is going to be acquired for 40% higher than its stock price including a special $10 per share dividend or something, which means the short seller is instantly harmed in a major way."

    "Finally, shorting stock is subject to its own set of rules. For example, you cannot short a penny stock, and before you can begin shorting a stock, the last trade must be an uptick or zero-plus tick."
  • I also received an alert for $B from http://thesubwaytrader.com/?s=B , any ideas? Miles' law: where you stand depends on where you sit. Making money investing.

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  • 🇺🇸✔️Thank you President Trump. The US economy added 235,000 nonfarm payrolls in February, many more than expected, and the unemployment rate dipped to 4.7%, a report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed on Friday.
  • Posted in $AMD conversation
    The numbers back then and now.

    When AMD reached 42$ a share in Jan 2006 it had 495m shares oustanding giving it a marketcap of 21B$.
    It had 4B$ current assets, 4B$ other tangible assets and 3B$ total debt, netto 5B$ assets.
    The quarter that ended 31 March 2006 was probably one of AMD's best with 188M$ netto earned on 1.33$ revenue,
    The earnings were clean, very high margin, 0.38 eps.
    They enjoyed a couple more good quarters after that but than it all went downwards for AMD and the stock never saw the 40's again.

    Now AMD is at 13$ a share, has 930m shares outstanding giving it a marketcap of 12B$.
    It has 2.5$B current assets, 500M$ other tangible assets and 3B$ total debt, netto 0 assets.
    What revenue and margins the new processors can bring is still to be seen but to justify a shareprice of 23$ in the coming months or year (what would imply the same valuation as when AMD was at it's peak in 2006) imo it will have to show numbers around the 200M$ mark soon.
  • http://monstastocks.com/?s=B has an alert for $B. Did anyone happen to see it as well? Looking for some good positive information from the company! Making money trading stocks. Wolf's law (an optimistic view of a pessimistic world): it isn't that things will necessarily go wrong (murphy's law)

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  • Posted in $SNAP conversation
    One only website and $B 30! OMG! Can the Snap founder just give me some millions? It's nothing for them. Like for this high school...
  • Posted in $SNAP conversation
    and Instagram was walued at $B 1, I think when FB bought it? Lol 30 x here???
  • Is B undervalued? Certainly looks that way given the ROI of 8.70%. This sort of setup means potential upside... Do you guys find it difficult to know when to buy or sell something? I prefer to get my stocks from awe-someSTOCKS.
  • Posted in $AAPL conversation
    I guess: Cook keep the $B 200 cash pile of Apple to sell preferential shares of Apple to big guys as Buffet with a good discount on the normal stock price and increased preferred dividends, but don't redistribute it in dividends to the normal shareholders as us...
  • Posted in $OLED conversation
    As I see it, a major consideration relates to the wisdom of UDC directors investing $15M to increase OLED capacity. I believe that they are intelligent folks responding to market driven increase in demand. Why else would they jeopardize the value of their $B holdings? I am anxious to hear from them at the Goldman Sachs conference, and the following Q4 report.
  • Posted in $NVDA conversation
    Come on Shorts, we still have a ridiculous $B 58 in market cap here...
  • Posted in $NVDA conversation
    In fact, there were big rotations to the overvalued FANGs and Apple Giant caps. When it will stop, the big guys could pump up again here. I don't understand why they always put money in the 5 same names that are already too expensive. Opinions? Apple has a $B 700 market cap. This thing will go to infinity or what, but future perspective is not so brilliant?
  • Posted in $CHK conversation
    this CHK stock is like a anchor in the water. Nothing moves this stock. Another close to 1/2$B sale and no movement except DOWN. The company has never had a profitable year...whats wrong with me. i'm buying that Buffet lunch next year.;
  • Posted in $AAPL conversation
    Both MSFT and GOOG are outperforming Apple, so why they don't have $B 700 also???
  • Posted in $NVDA conversation
    If the Apple overvalued #$%$ has $B 700 market cap, why NVDA could not see at least $B 200 market cap???
  • Posted in $VNR conversation
    This is the way Trump made his $B, screwing investors, making sure he gets his cut. I guess we have all got to get use to it for the next four years -- THESE Guys are now writing new regulations to screw us more. ...UGH. Trump has got to love this Play --- Its taking advantage of the law. Well we need reform on bankruptcy that says the management team gets no more that 10% of what ever is left to for the shareholders. Thats who they supposedly work for.