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BAC [Were Up] [Were Up] [Were Up] [Were Up] [Were Up] [Were Up] PPS 6.85

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Bank of America (NYSE:BAC - News) shares climbed 31 percent to $6.68 after Chief Executive Kenneth Lewis purchased 200,000 common shares, four days after the company posted its largest quarterly loss in 17 years. NOW 6.89 IN A/H [Eek!]

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Lets here your thoughts on Stem Cell stocks. Today was huge for them and it seems to me that this is the future and todays prices on them are bargain box compared to what they will be as soon as news comes out that there is a cure for blindness or spinal injuries, alzheimers etc. $5 prices today could be $50 0r more a year or two from now. Anyone in agreement.
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Stem Cell Stocks -

I didn't wanna put this out there until I got in. Here goes anyways.

I believe that Stem Cell stocks are going to be the next big thing, and sitting on one of these companies (GERN, STEM, ASTM) could pay dividends in the coming 10 years. I am waiting to get in however.

The risky downside - The big boys are now getting their foot in the stem cell ring, which could hurt these little debt ridden stem cell stocks. The big boys could squash these miniature companies like a bug, or save some cash and buy them, or partner up with them for research and patent information.

Here's some homework for ya - Which companies have the best patents?

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Those were my thoughts, that this is like the discovery of penicillin. I did take up a 1k position in each of these three, STEM, GERN and CUR. Stem I had a couple years ago and got beat up on wish I stil had it from then. GERN seems like a no brainer since they recieved the first approval. CUR I'm not sure if they had a patent out or not but they are working on vision problems. I would think I would look into companies that are working on more common problems like CUR. While a cure for spinal injuries would be a huge acheivement I would think they are percentage wise not as big a market as say Glaucoma or Alzheimers. As far as homework I didn't do any I have no idea about the fundamentals of any of the three I bought. I bought strictly on a gamble that this is the next erection pill LOL. I'll try to look into some between going back to school and worrying about finding work and paying the bills. This subject does excite me though!!!
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ROCKVILLE, Maryland, December 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Neuralstem, Inc. (NYSE Alternext US: CUR) announced this morning that it has filed an Investigational New Drug (IND) application with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to begin a clinical trial to treat amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease). The Company is planning to treat ALS patients through spinal injections of its stem cells via its patented Human Neural Stem Cell technology

My Bad I thought this company was involved with eyesight. I'll have to find that one. Note: CUR does have a patent.

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Modavox Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against AOL, Time Warner, Inc. and Platform-A, Inc., Amending Its Trademark Infringement Suit Against AOL

Monday January 26, 9:00 am ET

Company Files Claims, January 21, 2009, in U.S. District Court in the Central District of California Seeking Injunctive Relief and Damages
PHOENIX, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Modavox, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MDVX - News), an Internet broadcasting pioneer in the production and syndication of online audio and video, announced today that it has filed an action against AOL LLC, Time Warner, Inc. and Platform-A, Inc. in the United States District Court for the Central District of California (Case No. CV08-05914 SJO PJWx), asserting they are infringing on United States Patent No. 6,594,691, "Method and System for Adding Function to a Web Page," and United States Patent No. 7,269,636, a continuation of the original patent that further defines the invention assigned to Modavox. The complaint amended a claim against AOL for trademark infringement, Unfair Competition and False Designation of Origin in connection with AOL's use of THE BOOMBOX designation, which is alleged to be confusingly similar to Modavox's registered trademark BOOMBOX RADIO. Modavox is seeking injunctive relief and as yet unspecified damages stemming from the alleged infringing activities.

David Ide, Chief Executive Officer of Modavox stated, "This action was originally brought in response to an unwelcome perceived infringement of our BoomBox trademark, specifically the unauthorized commercial, for-profit use, copying, display and distribution of our trademark brand name BoomBox. This mark is central to our product and service offerings and we went through great lengths and effort to obtain, preserve and market this brand only to have to protect it from what we believe to be a clear infringement of this brand and its hard fought equity, by AOL. This coupled with our belief that our patented technologies are being infringed across Platform A has left us with no choice but to take this action along with our team in California Federal District Court."

Nathaniel T. Bradley, Chief Technology & Product Officer at Modavox stated, "Our technical analysis of AOL's Platform A convinced us that AOL, Time Warner and Platform A are infringing our patents. Our team of third party technical and legal experts, at considerable cost by our company, has extensively investigated our allegations and asserts that there exists a good faith belief in our allegations of infringement. In particular, AOL's expansion of its subsidiary, Tacoda, Inc.'s Behaviorial Targeting across Platform A has clearly appeared to embody the same underlying method to achieve targeted delivery advertising to consumers."

David Shaub with Shaub and Williams LLP, who is acting as Modavox's lead counsel in the case stated, "We have carefully studied this deployment and cautioned AOL to cease and desist."

The relief sought in the suit by Modavox includes injunctive relief and monetary damages resulting from AOL's alleged patent infringement and use of the Modavox brand name at the website theboombox.com. AOL launched and publicly announced the website on May 20, 2008 as an urban (hip hop and R&B) music, news and information site.

Modavox has a suit pending against Tacoda, Inc. for patent infringement in the US District Court in New York in a case filed in August of 2007 and that case is progressing per the court prescribed schedule. Tacoda was purchased by AOL Time Warner despite that lawsuit in September of 2007 and AOL launched theboombox.com in a beta release on or around October 7, 2007.

About Shaub and Williams LLP

Shaub & Williams LLP is a business and intellectual property law firm, specializing in international transactions, located in Los Angeles, California, with an office in Silicon Valley and affiliated counsel in Chicago and Denver.

About Modavox

Modavox, Inc. (www.modavox.com), a pioneer in Internet broadcasting, producing and syndicating online audio and video, offers innovative, effective and comprehensive online tools for reaching targeted niche communities worldwide. Through patented Modavox technology, Modavox delivers content straight to desktops and Internet-enabled devices. Modavox provides managed access for live and on-demand Internet Radio Broadcasting, E-learning and Rich Media Advertising.

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was looking at these stem stocks last saturday PSTI was .66 Doubled in a week CYTX 3.38 now around $4.50 I believe. To bad I didn't pick those two up
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Gern at $8.10 A/H. Love it.
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GERN, STEM, CUR - looks like the next week might be a good buy in opp, the best buy in opp since the begginning of March anyhow.

Keep these radared.

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quote:
Originally posted by stocktrader22:
Peaser, unfortunately you didn't do any real DD on the companies.

I'm not going to go into huge detail.

Plus WEL oil/gas prices don't matter much. You obviously have no clue what they do. They aren't an oil/gas company, they have a certain niche in the oil and gas industry. Read about it.

ETFC- right now the market is so volatile Etrade is making tons of money as people are trading more than usual. Remember, people who are long term traders who lost their 401k's weren't trading anyways. Etrade is priced near bankruptcy due to a brutal HELOC portfolio. Historically, Etrade makes over a buck a share. Let's say traders dont trade that much..okay $.60 per share eventually= $6.00-$7.50

NRF: This is an cmREIT...best of the breed. May fall more, but right now NO Non performing assets. Unbelievable.

Sometime within the next 5 years, I would expect to see a DOUBLE in all of these.

Good luck my man, I'll be back sometime within the next 5 years to confirm my thoughts here.

The first week of March '09 looked 100% better for the portfolio than getting in during Oct 2008 when you mentioned.

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"You even bashed CC when I was making my call. "Who wants them you say, what about K-Mart” If you know how to read a balance sheet they have well over 1 billion in real estate. Stock trades at $30 million. I'm now up well over 100% as your still waiting for your call of DOW 5000. LoL.

As Meatloaf said, Two out of three ain't bad.

Now in your case?? 1 out of 3 is.

Hmmm, 2 of 3 file for bankruptcy...

Just glad I never touched that pipe son...

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quote:
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by invester:
[qb] Gern at $8.10 A/H. Love it.

Ok, and long-term invester says $6.79 on 5/22/2009???

So are you a trader or long-termer? Please make up your feeble mind.

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.... all I can say is that whiskey talks...

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SVNT - Made it to $9 on Friday.

My target price for late next year is $35, only upon positive rulings from the FDA.

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quote:
Originally posted by IMAKEMONEY:
Bank of America (NYSE:BAC - News) shares climbed 31 percent to $6.68 after Chief Executive Kenneth Lewis purchased 200,000 common shares, four days after the company posted its largest quarterly loss in 17 years. NOW 6.89 IN A/H [Eek!]

Ya can't beat a big bank stock when the gov't won't allow them to fail. Great call monkey.

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Looks like the media is finally getting the rumor mill rolling on a possible buyout for SVNT.

Broke into $14 territory today. New HOD's in the last 20 minutes of trading today.


http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Savient-shares-fall-as-apf-360110818.html?x=0&.v=1

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quote:
Originally posted by Peaser:
Looks like the media is finally getting the rumor mill rolling on a possible buyout for SVNT.

Broke into $14 territory today. New HOD's in the last 20 minutes of trading today.


http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Savient-shares-fall-as-apf-360110818.html?x=0&.v=1

calling for $18 over the next 12 months? with a pending FDA approval? very interesting Peas.

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quote:
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Originally posted by Peaser:
SVNT - only if they can get a partner, or get bought.

Long term hold????? Long term? Wow. I can’t hold my tongue any more. With our entire market being down, and some of the greatest companies out there trading at a P/E of 4 or lower, you choose SVNT. I suppose that's why I have been right 100% of every call I have made and you have been wrong 100% of the time. Literally, 100% of the time guy. You have an obligation when posting, to at the bear minimum know what you’re doing. I'm not attacking you but you’re awful. I have the posts to back up my record. Under ALLSTOCKS .Hot stocks forum "buyout candidates”. You even bashed CC when I was making my call. "Who wants them you say, what about K-Mart” If you know how to read a balance sheet they have well over 1 billion in real estate. Stock trades at $30 million. I'm now up well over 100% as your still waiting for your call of DOW 5000. LoL. Get educated before you influence others to spend there hard earned money on your ridiculous calls.
Ya Boo, the crazy thing is that I picked it up for 4 bucks and some change. Sumpum was up when I noticed that 82% of the stock was held by Institutions.

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quote:
Originally posted by Peaser:
quote:
Originally posted by invester:
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Originally posted by Peaser:
SVNT - only if they can get a partner, or get bought.

Long term hold????? Long term? Wow. I can’t hold my tongue any more. With our entire market being down, and some of the greatest companies out there trading at a P/E of 4 or lower, you choose SVNT. I suppose that's why I have been right 100% of every call I have made and you have been wrong 100% of the time. Literally, 100% of the time guy. You have an obligation when posting, to at the bear minimum know what you’re doing. I'm not attacking you but you’re awful. I have the posts to back up my record. Under ALLSTOCKS .Hot stocks forum "buyout candidates”. You even bashed CC when I was making my call. "Who wants them you say, what about K-Mart” If you know how to read a balance sheet they have well over 1 billion in real estate. Stock trades at $30 million. I'm now up well over 100% as your still waiting for your call of DOW 5000. LoL. Get educated before you influence others to spend there hard earned money on your ridiculous calls.
Ya Boo, the crazy thing is that I picked it up for 4 bucks and some change. Sumpum was up when I noticed that 82% of the stock was held by Institutions.
I think i remember someone mentioning this a while back. Oh yeah! It was probably you! I look back on so many and think dam I coulda, but I didn't. So congrats! Taking the few moments to see how insiders and especially institutionals are positioned is good advice, as is proven. And refering back to invester? lmao. Like my signature says, "Do your own DD. Who's clicking your buy/sell button!?" eh? Nice work.

Cheers.

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C - Citigroup is on my buy list in the coming month. With Bernanke refusing to let the banks fail, it's a safe a bet as any for $2-$3 per share. This was at $50 two years ago. Where will it be 10 years from now? Back to $50? Possibly. A pull back to $2 would be nice to see for an entry point. Have to keep an eye on the shorts over the next month. Hopefully C can buy back some shares over the next 10 years as there are about 5.5 Billion in the Float! A split will not help us.

Japan slapped Citi on the wrist for lackadaisical regulation on money laundering, the slap beginning on July 15th, and lasting for one month restricting promotional sales activities.

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This should help further, the increasing short position carried over from May:

http://finance.yahoo.com/tech-ticker/article/268779/3-Citigroup-Still-Needs-to-B e-Broken-Up?tickers=C

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The coming Depression --

I wonder how low the DOW will drop when folks start calling this "recession" a depression across the board. I'm guessing around 5000 in less than 12 months.

Have to wait and see what tomorrow brings...

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7200 BOUNCE, [Eek!] [Eek!] [Eek!] SOLD ALL BAC AT 13.00 AVG

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Buying BAC or any bank stock is not too bright IMO...not to be a dick or anything
WELL THEN DONT BE A DICK BAC MADE ME 13K LMAO!

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lol, nice play monkey!


The Wall St Journal has been beating up Citi the past week pretty good.

I hope that will be the edge for me to get that 2 dollar buy in bid.

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I'll never forget the first time I saw you posting here on Allstocks. I was on the tele with Dustoff, and commented on your handle, which I read as 'I'm a monkey' at the first few glances. We had a good hard laugh over that one.

And the nickname of monkey has stuck with me, and a few others throughout your existance here.

Well, you made a great first impression with me I have to say.

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quote:
Originally posted by BooDog:
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Originally posted by Peaser:
quote:
Originally posted by invester:
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Originally posted by Peaser:
SVNT - only if they can get a partner, or get bought.

Long term hold????? Long term? Wow. I can’t hold my tongue any more. With our entire market being down, and some of the greatest companies out there trading at a P/E of 4 or lower, you choose SVNT. I suppose that's why I have been right 100% of every call I have made and you have been wrong 100% of the time. Literally, 100% of the time guy. You have an obligation when posting, to at the bear minimum know what you’re doing. I'm not attacking you but you’re awful. I have the posts to back up my record. Under ALLSTOCKS .Hot stocks forum "buyout candidates”. You even bashed CC when I was making my call. "Who wants them you say, what about K-Mart” If you know how to read a balance sheet they have well over 1 billion in real estate. Stock trades at $30 million. I'm now up well over 100% as your still waiting for your call of DOW 5000. LoL. Get educated before you influence others to spend there hard earned money on your ridiculous calls.
Ya Boo, the crazy thing is that I picked it up for 4 bucks and some change. Sumpum was up when I noticed that 82% of the stock was held by Institutions.
I think i remember someone mentioning this a while back. Oh yeah! It was probably you! I look back on so many and think dam I coulda, but I didn't. So congrats! Taking the few moments to see how insiders and especially institutionals are positioned is good advice, as is proven. And refering back to invester? lmao. Like my signature says, "Do your own DD. Who's clicking your buy/sell button!?" eh? Nice work.

Cheers.

No big deal, it just means that you'll pay a little more attention next time... [Big Grin]

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THANKS PEASER, WHAT HAPPENED TO DUSTOFF?

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He's alive and well, making money in the market and not wasting his time on message boards.

Message boards mainly reflect folks' ego, as I have demonstrated over the previous year in postings.

I just stick around here on Allstocks occasionaly when I am bored, hoping to give a little wisdom to any newbies, or students of the game out there. I will always be a student of this game, so long as I have breath.

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So monkey, what are your thoughts on CitiBank for the next big bank play? Since you nailed BAC, another bank, "too big to fail."

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YEP I HAVE A BUY IN ON C AT 2.01 WILL SEE, BUT I SAY 2.00 BUCKS IS A STEAL!

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up 7.82% TODAY 2.78

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by jgrecoconstr:
[QB] If I had 11K lying around this is what I would hold for awhile.


GLW 10.83 15.87
LEN 7.74 13.41
RT 2.41 6.55
WFR 18.38 16.82 Loss
SNDK 8.89 16.88
OMX 8.05 10.15
CI 16.30 28.82
CAR 1.64 10.61
DPZ 5.95 7.61
NT 1.25 went thru BK loss 1000
SWHC 2.30 5.77


Sure wish I had 11k at that time would have been up atleast 5k alone on CAR

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