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Old 08-12-2016, 11:27 AM   #21
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I have not recommended this stock here. I clearly stated the title as being my stock pick.

The info you provide from Fidelity is different than that available with many other sources.

If Fidelity has been buying shares of a company while publishing bearish opinions/summary equity scores, to what should weight of opinion be given? For me, it is in following the footsteps of the giants.
You do realize the bearish summary is current as of today and since their poor earnings announcement and the records of Fidelity's purchases are at least 6 weeks or more old, don't you?
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Old 08-12-2016, 11:40 AM   #22
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I realize they will unblind and release p3 data in the next 6 weeks.

I realize they are having partnership discussions.

I realize they will have other trial data by yr end.

I realize they have other vaccine candidates.

I realize earnings are not important. Execution is important.
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Old 08-17-2016, 05:04 AM   #23
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Of note, one of the things I follow for stocks is how much of it is owned, last quarter had about a 3-4% drop, Ugh!

Skip to 6 minutes for start of RSV related material if you want. This is from the CDC ACIP working group on RSV.

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Old 08-18-2016, 11:43 PM   #24
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Well hopefully they get something going before they run out of juice..
Their sales have dropped like a rock.. which is weird, why would existing sales fall so far so fast.

Novavax: NVAX Stock Gets Gutted -- Can It Still Double? | InvestorPlace

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NVAX Earnings Rundown

Novavax reported a loss of 29 cents per share on revenues of $2.5 million. The Street was expecting a per-share loss of 23 cents on $7.62 million in sales. Ouch.
But compared to the same quarter a year ago, these results hurt even more.

In Q2 2015, NVAX posted an EPS loss of 8 cents on $14 million.

That’s an 82% decline in sales year-over-year!"
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Old 08-23-2016, 06:02 AM   #25
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Any comments on sales, dropping or not, are really meaningless for this company as they really have nothing on sale yet. IMO, such comments suggest a (continued) lack of understanding.



Those on FB can join the discussion group. Someone recently posted copy of Landeburg Thalman's update after earnings. $14.15 price target, buy on strength after positive P3.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/novavaxidg/


Also brought forth on the FB group was info on a new diagnostic test for RSV detection. It takes 13 minutes.
http://news.alere.com/~/media/Files/...2016_FINAL.pdf
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Old 08-26-2016, 08:21 AM   #26
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One analyst raised target to $25: Guggenheim Names Novavax (NVAX) its Best Idea
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Old 08-26-2016, 09:03 AM   #27
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One analyst raised target to $25: Guggenheim Names Novavax (NVAX) its Best Idea
Since it's at $7.06 , that is a great upside, I wish I had that analyst's crystal ball
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I hope no one had more than pocket change in this stock.
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I hope no one had more than pocket change in this stock.
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If they didn't, they do now!
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I wonder if that big of a drop, 80%+, puts them on the verge of being out of business?
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I have not recommended this stock here. I clearly stated the title as being my stock pick.

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What's the difference between recommending and it being your pick? I am confused.
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What's the difference between recommending and it being your pick? I am confused.
If I pick a stock then I have purchased it myself.
If I recommend a stock, I am encouraging you to buy it.
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If I pick a stock then I have purchased it myself.
If I recommend a stock, I am encouraging you to buy it.
Do as I say or do as I do?
In this case, hope you did neither.
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It looks like 4nursebee's investment tip was worth exactly what we paid for it. But that's OK, I didn't buy any, did anyone? Personally I'm more of an index fund kinda gal. Well, plus I *DO* love Wellesley (VWIAX). That's just the way I roll.

Obviously I don't get rich in bull markets but I survived the 2008-2009 bear market without selling low; good enough for me.
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Everyone needs to be aware of pump and dumps! I try and pump as much as I can, would do more but thought to keep this subtle....... .
I didn't buy any, since I had not liked anything I saw about it.
I do understand the excitement when one buys a stock, thinking they know a secret.

So I attribute the pumping to the excitement vs any ill intent.
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Do as I say or do as I do?
In this case, hope you did neither.
I watch a small investment like FTR go up and down around the $5 mark. Pays a nice dividend. One day it may implode.
In general I put money into big companies that consistently raise dividend. Really boring stuff.
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I watch a small investment like FTR go up and down around the $5 mark. Pays a nice dividend. One day it may implode.
In general I put money into big companies that consistently raise dividend. Really boring stuff.
FTR is down 2% today to about $4 on a 1% up day. Nice dividend, but their accounting practices are considered "aggressive." Watch yourself with that one.
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FTR is down 2% today to about $4 on a 1% up day. Nice dividend, but their accounting practices are considered "aggressive." Watch yourself with that one.
Yup, it was there at beginning of year. This is a spinoff from Verizon/Spinco, acquired in 2010. What could possibly go more wrong with a 10% dividend stock?
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One analyst raised target to $25: Guggenheim Names Novavax (NVAX) its Best Idea
$1.62 as of today.
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