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I thought this stock needed it own thread. I've been talking about it since $5 or so. People don't quite understand the significance of what happened this week. They got the first FDA approval for embryonic stem cells. They also have a reversal coming next week from the Obama administration for funding on stem cells. This is a $50 stock masking as a $7 stock. This company, SQNM, and ATHN are quite literally the next Microsoft. Do some research.
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This is a no brainer.

moving up after a slow start.

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what are you thinking about this one still invester?

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quote:
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what are you thinking about this one still invester?

Are you kidding? Not only do they have FDA approval, but $150 million in cash. Thus no dilution. Couple that with government funding. I think we see $30-$40 within 6 months. I've got Leap Calls at $10,$15, and $17.50
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ya it sucks tho that i only had money for 100 shares lol... but at least i got in somewere. thanks man

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did you see the article i posted about gern this morning invester?

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H.R. 877:
To intensify stem cell research showing evidence of substantial clinical benefit to patients, and for other purposes.


http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=h111-877

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nice happy.

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quote:
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did you see the article i posted about gern this morning invester?

I did. This stock is going to be a monster over the next two weeks.
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list price 7.79 and ask 8.64 i dont really know about stocks too much lol but i think this is good!!! lol

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quote:
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did you see the article i posted about gern this morning invester?

I did. This stock is going to be a monster over the next two weeks.
Mon. after 11 A.M. the move is on
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quote:
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Originally posted by invester:
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did you see the article i posted about gern this morning invester?

I did. This stock is going to be a monster over the next two weeks.
Mon. after 11 A.M. the move is on
What up surfer, I'm not seeing the 11AM catalyst?
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man this stock impresses me daily!

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aww whats going on?

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Down 16%

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secondary offering at a nice discount in case you didn't see the news yesterday
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secondary offering at a nice discount in case you didn't see the news yesterday

Saw it. Not huge, but pisses me off anyway. There sitting on $150 million, with government funding right around the corner.
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I really like ACTC for a stem cell play. I just have a gut feeling that ACTC is going somewhere over the next few months. I have read plenty of negative news regarding GERN that has me worried. GERN is very good at raising lots of money, however they have a history of not being very productive in their research, etc. I'm sure GERN will still be a nice play, but I think that ACTC and others will perform better in longer term. Just my opinion.
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Agenda 2009 Stem Cell Summit...

Tuesday, February 17, 2009 8:00 am - 7:00 pm (Eastern Time)

http://www.stemcellsummit.com/agenda.html

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just noticed their earnings report from last week. ugly. i guess they really needed that secondary. close 3.89 today
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Up 40% in the A/H. I don't see any news. Did the Pres. finally repeal the Bush funding?
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Found it.


Obama to reverse limits on stem cell work
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Play Video Barack Obama Video:And Health Care for All? FOXBusiness Play Video Barack Obama Video:Vote of No Confidence? FOX News Play Video Barack Obama Video:'The Note': 25 Down, 651,000 to Go ABC News WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama is expected to sign an executive order on Monday reversing restrictions on federal funding of embryonic stem cell research. The long-expected move is likely to stir up not only the promise of scientific breakthrough but also the controversy over where government crosses a moral line.

Obama will hold an event at the White House to announce the move, a senior administration official said Friday. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the policy had not yet been publicly announced.

Under President George W. Bush, federal money for research on human embryonic stems cells was limited to those stem cell lines that were created before Aug. 9, 2001. No federal dollars could be used on research with cell lines from embryos destroyed from that point forward.

Obama's move is expected to lift that restriction. The official said the aim of the policy is restore "scientific integrity" to the process.

Embryonic stem cells are master cells that can morph into any cell of the body. Scientists hope to harness them so they can create replacement tissues to treat a variety of diseases — such as new insulin-producing cells for diabetics or new nerve connections to restore movement after spinal injury.

"I feel vindicated after eight years of struggle, and I know it's going to energize my research team," said Dr. George Daley of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute and Children's Hospital of Boston, a leading stem cell researcher.

Such research is controversial because embryos must be destroyed to obtain the cells; they typically are culled from fertility-clinic leftovers otherwise destined to be thrown away. Once a group of stem cells is culled, it can be kept alive and propagating in lab dishes for years.

There are different types of stem cells, and critics say the nation should pursue alternatives to embryonic ones such as adult stem cells, or those found floating in amniotic fluid or the placenta. But leading researchers consider embryonic stem cells the most flexible, and thus most promising, form — and say that science, not politics, should ultimately judge.

"Science works best and patients are served best by having all the tools at our disposal," Daley said.

Obama made it clear during the campaign he would overturn Bush's directive.

During the campaign, Obama said, "I strongly support expanding research on stem cells. I believe that the restrictions that President Bush has placed on funding of human embryonic stem cell research have handcuffed our scientists and hindered our ability to compete with other nations."

He said he would lift Bush's ban and "ensure that all research on stem cells is conducted ethically and with rigorous oversight."

"Patients and people who've been patient advocates are going to be really happy," said Amy Comstock Rick of the Coalition for the Advancement of Medical Research.

The ruling will bring one immediate change: As of Monday, scientists who've had to meticulously keep separate their federally funded research and their privately funded stem cell work — from buying separate microscopes to even setting up labs in different buildings — won't have that expensive hurdle anymore.

Next, scientists can start applying for research grants from the National Institutes of Health. The NIH already has begun writing guidelines for what embryonic stem cell lines will qualify under Obama's ruling. Among other things, the guidelines are expected to demand that the cells were derived with proper informed consent from the woman or couple who donated the original embryo.

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great entry here.
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Pushing GERN on Fast money. Gapping for tomorrow.
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Nice short interest. IO see this running for 3 days or more. $8 or so.


Short Interest
Shares Short (Current Month) 13.6M
Short Ratio 8.6x
Short Interest as % of Float 15.62%
Shares Short (Prior Month) 13.0M
*Data updated twice a month by the 18th and 29th respectively

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i've got mine tucked away.....

Nice open.

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check out CTIC
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$6.28
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$6.49
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$6.60
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long term jem
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$7.33
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Dec. call .35 * $17.50

Still a steal here. IMO

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nice day.
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YEP
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