The following message was updated on 9/11/2019 12:22:36 AM.
PP closed; Market Summary and House Positions 10 Sep 2019
My friend who supplies the House Positions is far happier today as he banished the yellow perils!
The closing of the PP was greeted well initially. SVA traded up to 21 cents on the Alternate exchanges before the relentless attack by Anonymous and its close buddy RBC pushed the price down to 19.5 for the close. I don't know why... It might be some recouping money to pay for their PP shares, or something more sinister... no idea really though.
Canada traded 802k (but TSXV 393k only). With such a large volume on the Alternate Exchanges, it suggests games continue to be played. RBC especially likes the U (neo) exchange. Germany traded 46k and the USA 20 (twenty only) shares, really.
It is now up to Sernova to get the news out if it wants the share price to rise in the markets. Obviously, a Buy, bye because of activity behind the scene makes getting news out irrelevant.
There are a number of loose ends (on hold because of the PP) including: Sentinel Pouch results, update on Numero Uno (interview IF POSSIBLE would be a godsend), update on any new pouches installed and candidates to fill the last 4 slots all come to mind. Anything on peripheral matters like hemophilia and thyroid would be nice additions too. That said, the markets are fixated on diabetes and FDA trial results. This needs to be fed and polished like a high quality diamond.... and, lest we forget, collaborations which were to have taken place, but have yet to come to fruition.
Big pharma is holding off for a reason. My speculative guesses include waiting on ViaCyte, our competitor; waiting for more data from the FDA trial; waiting for "more" period to confirm that The Pouch really is what it seems to be.
Hi jwall, Very clever Beatles's tune! I'm still chuckling. And two pesky things out of the way today: The 3rd closing (as opposed to the 2nd coming) and I managed to do in the Yellow Jacket nest in the woodpile with a long distance spray bottle.