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Old 04-12-2012, 10:28 PM   #41
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Hope you have a nicely sized fund if you want to trade weekly... otherwise time spent and, if any, gains made are not really worth it.

Some might disagree with me but I'm talking over $20,000 at least... I've never been one for the penny market.
V8 is correct. Don't bother playing swing trading if you have less than 10k.
Put that in an IRA instead for steady long term growth.

A couple of hundreds will only get you a couple dollars here and there, which can be better invested somewhere else.
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Old 04-16-2012, 11:23 AM   #42
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Old 04-16-2012, 02:32 PM   #43
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I think I don't touch penny stocks and technical analysis (my primary trading strategy) is useless on them.
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Old 04-19-2012, 07:24 AM   #44
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i was given the tip on SNPK. Made a few bucks on that one.
Damn, dropped 60% yesterday....check out FFN over the next two weeks.
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Old 04-19-2012, 07:33 AM   #45
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Damn, dropped 60% yesterday....check out FFN over the next two weeks.
Ffn? Insight?

We're you up on sp?
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Old 04-19-2012, 07:37 AM   #46
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interesting subject ! Make few
Bucks to buy my Beamer
Extra parts LOL!

I have seen guy make couple thousands on stock and lose also..

I would definitely like to get into it... But to make money you have to start with at least 5k.. That is pita 4 college student ! :0
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Old 04-19-2012, 08:43 AM   #47
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Ffn? Insight?

We're you up on sp?
I was never in SP. Someone on ST told me to check it out, too. But FFN is a Facebook play. It has random spikes which should become more frequent with the IPO around the corner. Gotta watch the volume and other social plays. I rode it from .9-1.90 and now rolling it back up again. Just watch when big blocks are bought up. It happens quite often.
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Old 04-19-2012, 12:02 PM   #48
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Lets discuss FFN a little. I'm not saying this couldn't get bought out or pop one day, but the fundamentals are not that great at this point in time... I'm am not short or long on this stock, just my opinion.

red flags

1. Current Assets are 54 Million and total assets are 493 Million. The problem with the 493 Million is that almost $400 Million of that is Goodwill and intangible assets...
2.They have 131 Million in current liabilities and 622 Million in total debt. So they have negative equity.

On the positive side, their operating cash flow has been increasing.
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Old 04-19-2012, 12:25 PM   #49
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It's a terrible long term investment, don't get me wrong. But, the hysteria of the facebook IPO creates quite a buzz. On the days where volume is through the roof and the other social plays are moving (QPSA, RENN, ZYNGA etc.) it is easy to make 20-30% in a few hours. I am only looking for the quick in and out. The balance sheet is garbage and they just turned over their CEO, too. Earnings at the end of March were bad but I think most of it was already baked into the pps.
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Pretty interesting red flags there.
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Lets discuss FFN a little. I'm not saying this couldn't get bought out or pop one day, but the fundamentals are not that great at this point in time... I'm am not short or long on this stock, just my opinion.

red flags

1. Current Assets are 54 Million and total assets are 493 Million. The problem with the 493 Million is that almost $400 Million of that is Goodwill and intangible assets...
2.They have 131 Million in current liabilities and 622 Million in total debt. So they have negative equity.

On the positive side, their operating cash flow has been increasing.
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Old 04-19-2012, 02:48 PM   #51
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CBLI...biotech company working on radiation treatment drugs. Was huge during the Japan earthquake last year since then has dropped off.
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Old 04-19-2012, 03:03 PM   #52
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CBLI...biotech company working on radiation treatment drugs. Was huge during the Japan earthquake last year since then has dropped off.
Wonder if they are the only ones working on that type of med
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Old 04-19-2012, 06:39 PM   #53
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Tomorrow will be about BPAX
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Tomorrow will be about BPAX
Big news

Have made some small gains on the last couple days
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Old 04-21-2012, 12:07 PM   #55
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Tomorrow will be about BPAX

Wow, I thought for sure we'd get something more substantial. Oh well, there should be some fda news soon. They had a 90 day period for libigel that is basically expired. Thought that call was the announcement, but it should happen soon. They have a shareholder meeting at the end of May, I am willing to bet that before that we'll have clarification for forward progress with Libigel.
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Wow, I thought for sure we'd get something more substantial. Oh well, there should be some fda news soon. They had a 90 day period for libigel that is basically expired. Thought that call was the announcement, but it should happen soon. They have a shareholder meeting at the end of May, I am willing to bet that before that we'll have clarification for forward progress with Libigel.


Think I'm too late on this one?
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Think I'm too late on this one?
While there are obviously much 'safer' picks, I think this is at or near the bottom, so no I don't think you are too late imho. The problem is that BPAX is a target of the shorts. It is much more of a gamble to be short than long in BPAX. Once significant news breaks shorts are screwed. If libigel news breaks and stock is halted it could be huge and the shorts are completely screwed. The downside is low volume sideways trading and chance of r/s. The upside is lots of cash, huge pipeline and research paid for by Johns Hopkins University.
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While there are obviously much 'safer' picks, I think this is at or near the bottom, so no I don't think you are too late imho. The problem is that BPAX is a target of the shorts. It is much more of a gamble to be short than long in BPAX. Once significant news breaks shorts are screwed. If libigel news breaks and stock is halted it could be huge and the shorts are completely screwed. The downside is low volume sideways trading and chance of r/s. The upside is lots of cash, huge pipeline and research paid for by Johns Hopkins University.
Sweet, thanks I'll have to think about pickin some up. (if your not comfy posting on This thread) pm me a safe $$ you'd think about.
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Old 04-22-2012, 11:06 AM   #59
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Nice link thanks!

(not much experience on the short stuff)
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