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CUV, CLINUVEL PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED
seeva222
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In Reply To: ignoramus's post @ Yesterday, 08:20 AM

Iggy sold at below 5, fixed his EPP with cimetide and still comes back? Someone is buying

 
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In Reply To: balimike's post @ Yesterday, 03:47 PM

The guy gots smashed by the comments :-D surely he wishes to have never writing something about Clinuvel 🤣

 
NewToCli
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In Reply To: LevelHeaded2000's post @ Yesterday, 12:10 PM

My hypothesis: it’s the institutions themselves shorting the stock to keep it low and bring it back to support levels around 33. It’s also called “stop fishing” .. it’s a liquidity pool for them. You can see in the chart the last days below 33 the price drops, creates higher volumes, which are picked up by buyers. We are asx200 now, different players, more professionals and better algos around... it’s a waiting game now and the big players know time is running out soon to get in “cheap”.



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In Reply To: Hamster72's post @ Yesterday, 10:44 AM

If you follow that Seeking Alpha story to the end it's followed by reader reactions.There's a quite brilliant response which pretty well shreds each and every point made....which was only trying to prick a CUV bubble.Even another eader exclaimed that the response was superior to the article due its understanding of where the future lies.



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endymion96
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In Reply To: LevelHeaded2000's post @ Yesterday, 12:10 PM

I'm not selling one share. I've always been ride or die with this company. I learned my lesson that when you try to time the waves for a few pennies, you end up missing the big one that takes you all the way home.


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post Posted: Yesterday, 03:41 PM
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Why the sudden rise of share price? Shorters buying back

 


LevelHeaded2000
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In Reply To: ignoramus's post @ Yesterday, 11:16 AM

There is no big seller. There is a big shorter: https://www.shortman.com.au/stock?q=cuv The fundamental difference being every shorter turns into a guarnteed buyer. This is not the same for a seller. They are fundamentally different market participants.

You are right. The fact the share price is as high it is despite this artificial sell pressure is a testament to how strong this stock is. Right now close to 3% of the entire company is shorted. This is not a selling. A sell is permanent. A short is neutral because the shorter MUST re-buy the the stock. Thus, every time a share is shorted a buyer is created (the shorter themselves) just at a different date in the future.

Here is what we know: It took a shorter shorting 3% of the company to bring the stock down below 35. Given that all shares shorted must be rebought we can be guaranteed stock price will back above 35.


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ignoramus
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No point in looking for anybody to blame or some sort of scapegoat as CUV has now fallen over $7.00 from the all-time high; recently the trading trend has been determined by a big seller entering the market. More surprising to me is that the market has been able to absorb these shares without going over the cliff. Ramp heaven above $36.00 was never going to last.


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ajshare
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CUV making to Shortman Top100

https://www.shortman.com.au/top

Lots of efforts everywhere to bring it down so cheap shares can be acquired.


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