Friday, November 16, 2007

NNVC

NNVC is a development stage biotechnology company. We bought it when it's market cap was about $10M. Today it's market cap is about $50M, but it may be in a better risk:reward stance then it was at the $10M valuation.

Why? Hit these links:

(1) Recent interview with CEO.

(2) Summary of salient points posted on iHub.


A

6 comments:

aptcoach said...

Allan,

This is my first post. Have enjoyed your imput for many months. We have somewhat similar backgrounds to be discussed at a later time perhaps. Thanks for the input on NNVC today. As far as making a new investment while the company has been and remains in a downtrend since April 2006, I am cautious. Over the years, my worst investments have been good ideas that continue to fall in price. The next price support appears to be between 25 to 30 cents and would be a better entry level for new investors with a stop loss placed below. Any comments?

Allan said...

The next price support appears to be between 25 to 30 cents and would be a better entry level for new investors with a stop loss placed below. Any comments?

Yea, I'd rather pay 25 cents, then 45 cents, if given the choice. But if the choice is to pay 45 cents now, or 65 cents in a month, then where are you?

A

Anonymous said...

ALLAN,

Why do you keep pumping this stock? I've been watching it free fall from $3.00.

Holly

Allan said...

Why do you keep pumping this stock?

Holly, Ten NNVC posts in 11 months, that's less then one post a month and I wouldn't be posting even that much if i didn't think there were people out there who bought NNVC based on my posts and are probably grateful that I am at least keeping an eye on the stock and occasionally commenting on it. Would you prefer I never mention it again? Done.

A

jem said...

A
I for one appreciate your updates. The question at this point is will nnvc revisit the entry point of .09 ? I presume we would take a double position at that point ? I recall Holly speaking highly on dsco for years. Thanks for your comments A, Please send me your cell # so I can speak with you. I feel like I've known you both since the gilder years, and really appreciate all of your comments. John, jemlaw@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

Allan,
I'm thinking - maybe like Holly - that there is some unbalance when you post 'buy' signals and not sell ones. Other examples OTTOMH - WVWC, SPZI, PTSC, DSCO, etc. I'd love to have known when you exited those since I lost a bunch on them, NNVC included. I take full responsibility for that but this might be useful feedback to you.