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Tailwinds_Research

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Here's the last of my initiation pieces on ITUS. http://tailwindsresearch.com/2017/11/itus-an-exciting-cancer-story-part-2b/
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glhayes

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Thank you for sharing your insights supported by excellent analysis of factual probabilities.
horace_schit

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yes, thank you, but is it necessary to start a new topic thread each time?
horace_schit

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https://finance.yahoo.com/news/itus-corporation-terminates-market-offering-120000684.html
glhayes

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http://shortsqueeze.com/shortinterest/stock/ITUS.htm


short shares as % of float is 18%; yet smart money- insiders is 12.2%.

Query: who knows best what is to happen?  Smart money or dumb money about to be squeezed.
bookcollector

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Shares out are 16 million plus. Even if they don't count locked up insider holdings, that's still only less than 10% of float, not 18%. Maybe their algo's haven't tallied up all the additional stock over the last year or so.
glhayes

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Book,

I rely on the source sited, not your fuzzy math.
bookcollector

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There is no fuzzy math.You're reading a template. There are now 16 million shares outstanding. Don't you follow the secondary offerings? You sound like you're half intelligent, and we can't agree on how many shares there are? You believe template algo websites instead of objective reality? If you take out insider holdings, and another reported 150,000 shares of institutions, maybe you're only off by 50%. Get a grip. Find out total shares and repost here. Otherwise we're arguing over how many shares there are and that's ridiculous. Besides, there's billions of dollars at stake and Dr. Kumer just told us today they do not think they have to dilute. That's called a "signal". There's no fuzzy math. There's no fuzzy anything except whether they can execute. Same as ever. 
bookcollector

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This is no longer Copy. The last stab at that was patent monetization. The Obama administration destroyed that ecosystem. It's over. The patents were good but did not matter anymore under the new regime. Look at Acacia. $44 to $4. Game over.Tilt. We're all lucky to be here. Biotech or die. 16 million shares with a bunch of cash and ...
glhayes

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Bubba,

I am once again impressed by your perspective.
glhayes

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With the CBD of the American Cancer Society as a shareholder and consultant to our company, my guess is they will execute sooner than public domain expectations.  Doors to the FDA can be opened wider (I think).
bookcollector

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They shut down the ecosystem of patent rights/monetization because in order to pander to "working people", they denied them (the inventors) the profits of their brainwork, claiming they didn't deserve it unless they were "operating companies." Nothing but a semantic ruse to rile up some good old fashioned class warfare. Patent attourney's weren't a significant enough identity group to have to worry about. Besides, many of them have to have an engineering degree, another despised demographic.
thefatlady

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My God, it still drags on!!! 


The legend of Copytele still drags on to this day, but now as a Biotech company. 

Wild swings in share prices, many innuendo, no real news other than happy posting away that big things are coming. 

The broken record continues on...... any day now, any day. 

I see that I can now buy a 4K display that is 50 inches for under a grand. Wasn't that what Copytele was supposed to produce in 1984? Then in 1994, then in 2004, then in 2014? 

All those valuable patents for next generation displays, down the drain. 

Now it's off to cure cancer after no one was willing to buy Copytele shares on the open market. The CEO thought better of it, once they offered them and no one bit, he would find other ways to monetize the company, like joint ventures. Maybe Krusos can school the new  CEO on joint ventures. Panafax, SEC China, Mitsubishi, Volga-Svet, and oh so many more. 

All's we need now is a stock swap with a "major player" in the industry and the full cycle will repeat itself.  

Hilarious. 
glhayes

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Happy,

Your worst case prophesies become reality because you show your hand to others at the poker table.  It is so stupid what you do innocently.
glhayes

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http://shortsqueeze.com/shortinterest/stock/ITUS.htm
horace_schit

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looks like somebody wants this to move up.
glhayes

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Horace,

I predict your statement will in the understatement award on WE Board for 2018. 
horace_schit

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i predict you may be correct, gl.  up 11% regular trading, then another 10% after hours.  folks starting to anticipate the symposium presentation January 25-27?
horace_schit

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is that the sound of cracking nuts i hear?
Modinegee

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http://money.cnn.com/quote/quote.html?symb=ITUS
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