Monday, May 05, 2008

NNVC news

Anti-HIV NanoViricide Drug Candidate Demonstrates Significant Therapeutic Efficacy in Animal Trials

Positive Initial Results Pave the Way for Definitive Follow-Up Studies

Should be only the beginning.

A

7 comments:

curt504 said...

My watch list just popped out NNVC today too. Been in and out.

Allan if you where to recommend 2 or 3 stocks for one's high risk holdings what would you recommend?

Tnx curt

Allan said...

Allan if you where to recommend 2 or 3 stocks for one's high risk holdings what would you recommend?

NNVC
SCA
UGNE

Allan said...

NNVC up 50% from my April 1st "heads-up". I said the only thing missing was volume, but volume has been huge this week so I am looking for this run in NNVC to continue.

A

Anonymous said...

Allan, thx for the earlier heads up. I picked up most of my position in March in the 0.5 range. Wish I had bought in Jan. More detailed news will help. Hype or not, you gotta tale a gamble on a company that could possibly cure most viral diseases.

UGNE looks like its about turn on a downhill run.

What do you like about SCA?

Dennis in the ATL

Allan said...

What do you like about SCA?

TA: On weekly chart, SCA broke up above 1 year long downtrending channel and is currently in an uptrend channel;

FA: SCA sitting on over $4.50 in cash and no debt; was a $30+ stock before financial mess; they earn about $315M in investment income alone annually; they are litigating claims against them rather then paying them and their defense in fraudulent procurement, an absolute defense; shareholder equity over $400M; market cap at current share price is $57M; book value per share $2.76; share price = $0.87.

A

abot said...

H Allan,
What is Dines up to these days?
I checked a portfolio of old Dines picks today and they were all flying. Many more than 10%. Is uranium on again? I am not on Dines letter now and was late on the U train and Dines picks.

AB

Allan said...

What is Dines up to these days?

New DInes issue due out after the close today, Friday. He will once again call the bottom of the uranium market. Eventually, he will be right.

A