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September 22nd, 2021 at 6:03:21 PM permalink
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I giggle every time you call it that. Probably a weakness of mineÖ
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September 22nd, 2021 at 7:20:13 PM permalink
I believe it was Mission who coined the nickname.
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September 22nd, 2021 at 7:58:46 PM permalink
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I believe it was Mission who coined the nickname.

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    People often make funny names of what they don't understand.
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    October 1st, 2021 at 2:02:44 PM permalink
    Great article. Must read.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2021-10-01/mercks-therapeutics-waiting-wings-faucis-removal
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    October 1st, 2021 at 2:35:26 PM permalink
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    Great article. Must read.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2021-10-01/mercks-therapeutics-waiting-wings-faucis-removal

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    What I think is ironic is that they never mention that is was developed by Ridgeback and not Merck.
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    October 13th, 2021 at 10:25:15 AM permalink
    SooPoo did you sell any of your CYDY? Seems on its way back to the 52 week low.

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    October 13th, 2021 at 12:51:57 PM permalink
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    SooPoo did you sell any of your CYDY? Seems on its way back to the 52 week low.


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    It's transparent you are using SOOPOO in an attempt to toss a dig at DarkOz.
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    October 14th, 2021 at 9:29:56 AM permalink
    Almost back to its 52 week low. Point being, SooPoo did you pull out or pull a DarkOz of watching it go to the green yet again and letting it fall into the red yet again?

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    October 14th, 2021 at 10:18:21 AM permalink
    Humiliatingly, I did not. When it was around $1.80 I put in a limit sell at I think was $1.82. Never sold. Live and learn.
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    October 14th, 2021 at 10:29:30 AM permalink
    The drop is almost certainly due to the proxy attempted takeover of Cytodyn.

    In June a dissident group of Investors comprised of more than 5% ownership filed a 13D proxy to replace the BOD.

    The current BOD denied them the vote based on violation of SEC regulations and the companies bylaws.

    Both sides sued, one in Federal court, one in Delaware Chancery Court.

    In September the Federal court agreed that the dissident proxy group violated SEC requirements by refusing to name who is funding them (the rumor mill is that they are trying to depress the price, grab the company cheap and then reap the rewards when Leronlimab gets approved.

    After Federal court sided with the current management, everyone was waiting for the Delaware Chancery Court decision.

    It came in yesterday afternoon. Nearly identical decision. The dissident proxy group (here the plaintiff) violated SEC regulations and company bylaws.

    Their vote has been disallowed.

    The PROXY has been defeated and without even a vote. Supposedly these are unhappy shareholders and have decided to sell today since their voices aren't being heard and their attempted coup was blocked.

    Either way it's drama that's not good for the stock.
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    October 14th, 2021 at 12:53:09 PM permalink
    I think it plummeted because there is now a pill that does what Leronlimab hopefully does. HmmmÖ. Pill or infusion? I bet on the company that has pill.
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    October 14th, 2021 at 2:01:07 PM permalink
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    I think it plummeted because there is now a pill that does what Leronlimab hopefully does. HmmmÖ. Pill or infusion? I bet on the company that has pill.
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    Maybe but I really think it was yesterday court decision.

    Merk pill side effects - birth defects. All participants in trial had to refrain from sex.

    Leronlimab. Zero side effects.

    Pill that that makes me have to give up sex for a month or give birth to mutated child or injection and I can go on with my life like normal?

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.barrons.com/amp/articles/merck-covid-pill-risks-51633398722
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    October 14th, 2021 at 3:37:14 PM permalink
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    I think it plummeted because there is now a pill that does what Leronlimab hopefully does. HmmmÖ. Pill or infusion? I bet on the company that has pill.
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    Maybe but I really think it was yesterday court decision.

    Merk pill side effects - birth defects. All participants in trial had to refrain from sex.

    Leronlimab. Zero side effects.

    Pill that that makes me have to give up sex for a month or give birth to mutated child or injection and I can go on with my life like normal?

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.barrons.com/amp/articles/merck-covid-pill-risks-51633398722
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    Iím snipped. Iíll take the pill.
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    October 18th, 2021 at 10:00:59 AM permalink
    Is it going to establish a new 52 week low, or bounce?

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    October 18th, 2021 at 10:46:21 AM permalink
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    I think it plummeted because there is now a pill that does what Leronlimab hopefully does. HmmmÖ. Pill or infusion? I bet on the company that has pill.
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    Maybe but I really think it was yesterday court decision.

    Merk pill side effects - birth defects. All participants in trial had to refrain from sex.

    Leronlimab. Zero side effects.

    Pill that that makes me have to give up sex for a month or give birth to mutated child or injection and I can go on with my life like normal?

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.barrons.com/amp/articles/merck-covid-pill-risks-51633398722
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    Iím snipped. Iíll take the pill.
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    I agree.
    At my age, a "Life In Prison" sentence is not much of a deterrent.
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    October 20th, 2021 at 12:01:47 PM permalink
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    Is it going to establish a new 52 week low, or bounce?


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    Bounce!

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    October 20th, 2021 at 12:55:15 PM permalink
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    Is it going to establish a new 52 week low, or bounce?


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    Bounce!


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    You should have invested all that money in Bitcoin. In the last year, it's up over 450%.

    I just made an even money bet for 2k it's not getting to 98k by January 1st. Unfortunately, I got a bad line since someone snapped up that same bet for more and got 100k BEOY.
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    October 20th, 2021 at 1:01:26 PM permalink
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    Is it going to establish a new 52 week low, or bounce?


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    Bounce!


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    You should have invested all that money in Bitcoin. In the last year, it's up over 450%.

    I just made an even money bet for 2k it's not getting to 98k by January 1st. Unfortunately, I got a bad line since someone snapped up that same bet for more and got 100k BEOY.
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    Possibly.

    When I was interested in Bitcoin it had just hit $50k so I would have had a dog for half a year.

    I truthfully much prefer my AP where I pretty much know what I am going to result. The only pitfalls being casino management roadblocks like reneging on offers.

    Stock market is too much like gambling. My AP is more like investing in a known commodity.

    Strange!
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    October 20th, 2021 at 1:13:55 PM permalink
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    Quote: darkoz

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    Is it going to establish a new 52 week low, or bounce?


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    Bounce!


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    You should have invested all that money in Bitcoin. In the last year, it's up over 450%.

    I just made an even money bet for 2k it's not getting to 98k by January 1st. Unfortunately, I got a bad line since someone snapped up that same bet for more and got 100k BEOY.
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    Possibly.

    When I was interested in Bitcoin it had just hit $50k so I would have had a dog for half a year.

    I truthfully much prefer my AP where I pretty much know what I am going to result. The only pitfalls being casino management roadblocks like reneging on offers.

    Stock market is too much like gambling. My AP is more like investing in a known commodity.

    Strange!
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    We are on the same page there.
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    October 20th, 2021 at 3:55:06 PM permalink
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    Quote: darkoz

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    Is it going to establish a new 52 week low, or bounce?


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    Bounce!


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    You should have invested all that money in Bitcoin. In the last year, it's up over 450%.

    I just made an even money bet for 2k it's not getting to 98k by January 1st. Unfortunately, I got a bad line since someone snapped up that same bet for more and got 100k BEOY.
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    Possibly.

    When I was interested in Bitcoin it had just hit $50k so I would have had a dog for half a year.

    I truthfully much prefer my AP where I pretty much know what I am going to result. The only pitfalls being casino management roadblocks like reneging on offers.

    Stock market is too much like gambling. My AP is more like investing in a known commodity.

    Strange!
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    Your AP is not like Ďinvesting in a known commodityí! It is likeÖ. HAVING A JOB. You go to work, make money at AP. Itís NOT investing. Itís your JOB! One you have masteredÖ

    By the way, if youíve been making just under 7 figures at AP I assume you have a bunch of money. Do you just keep it in a bank account? Where else would you put most of it if NOT in the stock market?
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    October 27th, 2021 at 10:09:43 AM permalink
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    That's actually fact. Take any trade I have posted and the stock is currently trading at dozens if not hundreds if not thousands of points higher. It would be impossible to lose given that fact.
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    CYDY on the other hand....

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    October 27th, 2021 at 10:35:33 AM permalink
    Follow the money.
    CYDY has 24 employees. Four work in the Investor Relations Department. At least two seem to work in reception. There appear to be four executive secretaries to the four million dollar execs. A division that has another four employees seems to exist only on paper.

    The chairman of Phizer oversees tens of thousands of employees, manages a company that made billions last year, and was paid eleven million dollars.
    The chairman of CYDY oversees twenty employees, lost millions on $40,000 of revenue last year, and was paid over ten million dollars.
    Good work if you can get it.
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    October 27th, 2021 at 10:50:50 AM permalink
    Well, if I worked for a company that might be going down the tubes I might want to milk it for what I could along the way too.

    It's like getting comp'ed, win, lose or draw!
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    October 27th, 2021 at 10:59:03 AM permalink
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    Well, if I worked for a company that might be going down the tubes I might want to milk it for what I could along the way too.

    It's like getting comp'ed, win, lose or draw!
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    The question I had was where does a company that had revenue of $40,000 come up with the cash to pay such ridiculous salaries but it seems that the Board of Directors is heavily involved in a lending scheme at 12.5% interest.
    Sunshine is the best disinfectant.
    For the record, I invested $25 in this company. I wanted to buy a share, but no one wanted to sell me a share for less than $2 so I bit the bullet and bought 12 and 7/8s shares. The folks in the Investor Relation Department have been most helpful.
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    October 27th, 2021 at 11:26:39 AM permalink
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    Quote: MDawg

    Well, if I worked for a company that might be going down the tubes I might want to milk it for what I could along the way too.

    It's like getting comp'ed, win, lose or draw!
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    The question I had was where does a company that had revenue of $40,000 come up with the cash to pay such ridiculous salaries but it seems that the Board of Directors is heavily involved in a lending scheme at 12.5% interest.
    Sunshine is the best disinfectant.
    For the record, I invested $25 in this company. I wanted to buy a share, but no one wanted to sell me a share for less than $2 so I bit the bullet and bought 12 and 7/8s shares. The folks in the Investor Relation Department have been most helpful.
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    It's called being a pre-revenue Biotech.

    I don't understand why being pre-revenue is so difficult to understand. Drugs have an average ten to fifteen years before FDA approval if granted (no guarantee it will be for any company) and no revenues until drug is passed.

    (Thirty days suspension and the only thing on your mind is Cytodyn? Really, Bill?)
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    October 27th, 2021 at 11:32:20 AM permalink
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    Quote: billryan

    Quote: MDawg

    Well, if I worked for a company that might be going down the tubes I might want to milk it for what I could along the way too.

    It's like getting comp'ed, win, lose or draw!
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    The question I had was where does a company that had revenue of $40,000 come up with the cash to pay such ridiculous salaries but it seems that the Board of Directors is heavily involved in a lending scheme at 12.5% interest.
    Sunshine is the best disinfectant.
    For the record, I invested $25 in this company. I wanted to buy a share, but no one wanted to sell me a share for less than $2 so I bit the bullet and bought 12 and 7/8s shares. The folks in the Investor Relation Department have been most helpful.
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    It's called being a pre-revenue Biotech.

    I don't understand why being pre-revenue is so difficult to understand. Drugs have an average ten to fifteen years before FDA approval if granted (no guarantee it will be for any company) and no revenues until drug is passed.

    (Thirty days suspension and the only thing on your mind is Cytodyn? Really, Bill?)
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    Point out another pre-revunue biotech that pays it's CEO ten million dollars? I'm sure there is a long list to choose from.
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    October 28th, 2021 at 8:53:46 AM permalink
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    Is it going to establish a new 52 week low, or bounce?


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    Bounce!


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    Proverbial dead cat bounce?

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    October 28th, 2021 at 9:54:47 AM permalink
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    Quote: darkoz

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    Is it going to establish a new 52 week low, or bounce?


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    Bounce!


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    Proverbial dead cat bounce?


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    A BOD vote was tampered with by the group trying a hostile takeover is what I understand.

    They were ordered by court not to proceed but they filed SEC documents and failed to hand in shareholders votes already collected.

    Vote postponed. Not what shareholders wanted to hear.

    At any rate I am doing the MDawg method. Holding until it rises.
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    October 28th, 2021 at 10:09:00 AM permalink
    I just want to know why people are running around attempting to dribble dead cats.

    Why a cat, anyway? It seems that the etymology of the phrase could apply to just about any dead animal.
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    October 28th, 2021 at 10:19:47 AM permalink
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    I just want to know why people are running around attempting to dribble dead cats.

    Why a cat, anyway? It seems that the etymology of the phrase could apply to just about any dead animal.
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    That sent me down an amusing 10 min Internet rabbit hole.

    Looks like phrase originated in the early 1980s in the UK. Was always in reference to a fake rally that gives way quickly to new lows. Best speculation I found as to why a cat is the popularity of a UK book in 1981 by the British illustrator Simon Bond, ď101 Uses for a Dead CatĒ.
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    October 28th, 2021 at 10:20:45 AM permalink
    Perhaps because a dog or other potentially larger animal might be large enough to bounce actually or better. The image of a stiff cat (which most are about the same size) hitting the ground probably is an image of something that wouldn't bounce much.
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    October 28th, 2021 at 10:29:01 AM permalink
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    I just want to know why people are running around attempting to dribble dead cats.

    Why a cat, anyway? It seems that the etymology of the phrase could apply to just about any dead animal.
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    That sent me down an amusing 10 min Internet rabbit hole.

    Looks like phrase originated in the early 1980s in the UK. Was always in reference to a fake rally that gives way quickly to new lows. Best speculation I found as to why a cat is the popularity of a UK book in 1981 by the British illustrator Simon Bond, ď101 Uses for a Dead CatĒ.
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    I think the etymology of this specific phrase began with someone saying something akin to, "Even a dead cat will bounce if you drop it off of a roof."

    I just think that the metaphor itself is fairly bizarre. Why not a deflated basketball, or something?
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    October 28th, 2021 at 11:03:35 AM permalink
    Beware the double inverted dead cat bounce!
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    October 28th, 2021 at 11:28:13 AM permalink
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    Beware the double inverted dead cat bounce!
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    Going for the triple Axel.

    (Nothing to do with our Axel)
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    October 28th, 2021 at 12:53:44 PM permalink
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    Quote: Mission146

    I just want to know why people are running around attempting to dribble dead cats.

    Why a cat, anyway? It seems that the etymology of the phrase could apply to just about any dead animal.
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    That sent me down an amusing 10 min Internet rabbit hole.

    Looks like phrase originated in the early 1980s in the UK. Was always in reference to a fake rally that gives way quickly to new lows. Best speculation I found as to why a cat is the popularity of a UK book in 1981 by the British illustrator Simon Bond, ď101 Uses for a Dead CatĒ.
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    I think the etymology of this specific phrase began with someone saying something akin to, "Even a dead cat will bounce if you drop it off of a roof."

    I just think that the metaphor itself is fairly bizarre. Why not a deflated basketball, or something?
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    You canít swing a dead cat around here without hitting dead bouncing cats.
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    October 28th, 2021 at 2:38:13 PM permalink
    All cats are black in the dark.
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    December 16th, 2021 at 9:58:01 AM permalink
    Whatever happened to the Brazilian experiments? It's mid-December and the stock is struggling to stay above the magic one dollar mark, having lost about 80% of it's value.
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    December 16th, 2021 at 10:58:55 AM permalink
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    Whatever happened to the Brazilian experiments? It's mid-December and the stock is struggling to stay above the magic one dollar mark, having lost about 80% of it's value.
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    https://www.bloomberg.com/press-releases/2021-12-08/cytodyn-s-cro-in-brazil-met-with-anvisa-to-modify-cd16-trial-for-critically-ill-covid-19-patients-to-expedite-interim-analysis
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    December 16th, 2021 at 11:47:09 AM permalink
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    Whatever happened to the Brazilian experiments? It's mid-December and the stock is struggling to stay above the magic one dollar mark, having lost about 80% of it's value.
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    https://www.bloomberg.com/press-releases/2021-12-08/cytodyn-s-cro-in-brazil-met-with-anvisa-to-modify-cd16-trial-for-critically-ill-covid-19-patients-to-expedite-interim-analysis
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    Do you think linking the companies press release thru Bloomberg gives it more gravity? That week-old release seems to be the reason the stock is barely above the $1 mark.
    The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction is supposed to make sense.
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    December 16th, 2021 at 2:50:54 PM permalink
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    Whatever happened to the Brazilian experiments? It's mid-December and the stock is struggling to stay above the magic one dollar mark, having lost about 80% of it's value.
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    https://www.bloomberg.com/press-releases/2021-12-08/cytodyn-s-cro-in-brazil-met-with-anvisa-to-modify-cd16-trial-for-critically-ill-covid-19-patients-to-expedite-interim-analysis
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    Do you think linking the companies press release thru Bloomberg gives it more gravity? That week-old release seems to be the reason the stock is barely above the $1 mark.
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    You asked a question. What is the latest on the Brazil trials (you weirdly called experiments)

    I gave you the latest news.

    It was that simple. It appears you have brought this up for some nefarious purpose?
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    January 4th, 2022 at 12:20:32 PM permalink
    Under a dollar and dropping.
    In the immortal words of Michaeal J Richardson- the ship be sinkiing.
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    January 4th, 2022 at 1:30:28 PM permalink
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    Under a dollar and dropping.
    In the immortal words of Michaeal J Richardson- the ship be sinkiing.
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    It's a good thing I make so much money through AP I will survive if the company goes belly up.

    Meanwhile waiting for the HIV BLA to be resubmitted.

    Covid may still be in the running but the cyclical nature of it makes trials difficult. One minute we are passed it, next numbers are climbing.
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    January 4th, 2022 at 2:17:42 PM permalink
    CYDY was $1.03 the day covid became a big story. Almost two years have passed in one of the biggest bull rushes in memory and it is below a dollar. Zero return, but the CEO has paid himself twenty three million dollars in salary and millions more in perks. All borrowed at 12%or more at a time when prime is at an all time low. The Board of Directors voted themselves higher salaries than drug companies with 25,000 employees and that make billions in profit.
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    January 4th, 2022 at 3:43:55 PM permalink
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    CYDY was $1.03 the day covid became a big story. Almost two years have passed in one of the biggest bull rushes in memory and it is below a dollar. Zero return, but the CEO has paid himself twenty three million dollars in salary and millions more in perks. All borrowed at 12%or more at a time when prime is at an all time low. The Board of Directors voted themselves higher salaries than drug companies with 25,000 employees and that make billions in profit.
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    It's a biotech trying to pass clinical trials. The share price will fluctuate until the drug is successful.

    Clinical trials take years.

    According to your wonderful analysis the price is a nickel lower than the day covid became news.

    There was hope for a rush to approval due to the pandemic but the trials didn't meet endpoints. New trials are underway.
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    January 4th, 2022 at 5:58:46 PM permalink
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    It's a good thing I make so much money through AP I will survive if the company goes belly up.
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    You do realize that's the equivalent of the guy losing his arse at the roulette table's saying, "Thank Ford I have a rich wife."
    OR
    YOUR saying, "Who cares if I am bad at investing, I have money to burn."
    ?

    Your statement is meaningless in the context of discussing CYDY.
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    January 4th, 2022 at 11:46:52 PM permalink
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    It's a good thing I make so much money through AP I will survive if the company goes belly up.
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    You do realize that's the equivalent of the guy losing his arse at the roulette table's saying, "Thank Ford I have a rich wife."
    OR
    YOUR saying, "Who cares if I am bad at investing, I have money to burn."
    ?

    Your statement is meaningless in the context of discussing CYDY.
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    Agreed.

    It was more directed at Bill who says he doesn't believe my AP.

    Cytodyn isn't going well that's obvious. They need to get past the FDA hurdles and I am not blaming the FDA. There is some craziness involving a third party company which sabotaged the work. A judge has just ordered an audit of the 3rd party Cytodyn work after they refused. They were also withholding Cytodyn clinical data and a judge has ordered them to turn it over by February first.

    There's a bunch of conspiracy theories that this 3rd party vendor employed fruitfully by Cytodyn since 2014 suddenly was compromised. Paid by someone to scuttle the BLA.

    If you are interested I will go into details.
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    January 5th, 2022 at 6:04:21 AM permalink
    Please do.
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    January 5th, 2022 at 8:57:14 AM permalink
    If anyone is feeling blue, just go to the CYDY stock forum. I promise you it will bring a smile to your face reading why cydy should be at $50 right now, and the people who feel the stock falling to under a dollar is a good thing. How the recent failures are all stepping stones and if you just invest more, sunshine and happiness are sure to follow. Better days are coming, best buy now.
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    January 5th, 2022 at 9:56:03 AM permalink
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    If anyone is feeling blue, just go to the CYDY stock forum. I promise you it will bring a smile to your face reading why cydy should be at $50 right now, and the people who feel the stock falling to under a dollar is a good thing. How the recent failures are all stepping stones and if you just invest more, sunshine and happiness are sure to follow. Better days are coming, best buy now.
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    I'm quite confident your prediction about Cytodyn will be the same as your predictions about Bitcoin.

    Hey, Bill, why don't you post in the Bitcoin thread anymore? When it was at $30,000 per Bitcoin and you ragged about people buying?
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    January 5th, 2022 at 9:59:26 AM permalink
    I bought in CYDY at $3 for $1000 based on DarkOz's posts and enthusiasm. I hold no ill will towards Darkoz but I am hoping he will help me get my life back together via my GoFund me account. I am hoping at least one member will help me put my life back together with a $1000 donation after a large baccarat win. With that $1000 donation I will become an advocate for high rolling baccarat players and the incredible skill it requires to constantly win.
    At my age, a "Life In Prison" sentence is not much of a deterrent.
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