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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jan 15 2020, 01:37 AM


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BCBS insurance is nationwide. My employer uses BCBS of Texas and we are not even located in Texas so....
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 7 2019, 01:37 PM


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I realize you were probably talking AUD but I'm always thinking in USD. 50 USD, now, would be very difficult for me to turn down. I may be leaving another 50+ USD on the bone, given enough time, but there are no guarantees and I ain't getting any younger so.... Sold a little post-approval, ok not the price I really wanted, but hard to be disappointed with 2300% return. Will pay off mortgage. Remaining 9/10 will be held, pretty sure I will be happy with whatever I get out of this in the end.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 1 2019, 04:38 AM


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Well it's often been speculated that some posters in sharecafe have multiple screen name. It's possible LH2000 is also one of the protest shareholders. Trying to cause further SP errotion to teach management a temporary lesson, or they've gone full short. HMMMM which protester could it be? dry.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Nov 30 2019, 08:56 AM


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Why are humans so good at ruining things? Ego's too big? Too greedy? Not enough morality? Fake morality?

Post approval share price is shit, I knew this could happen, but it never made it into my daydreams for a good reason.....

I want to kick someone in the balls but I can't figure out who to blame, so glad it's physically impossible to kick myself in the balls. wink.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Nov 26 2019, 11:32 PM


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I personally hate taking, or rather having to take pills. I have some on my counter I forgot to take yesterday. To me an implant is far superior to pills, for a number of reasons, perhaps it will boil down to personal preference. Not worried about “competition ”. What is concerning, longs taking the shorter bait and becoming down ramp dooms day posters, or worse....becoming protest share holders....🖕
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Nov 15 2019, 04:04 PM


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Thanks for nothing CLINUVEL after 20 years of dedication and all the bullshit that we all receive from this Company.


If you have been in this for 20 years you have definitely gotten MORE than nothing out of CLINUVEL. What is your average purchase price? You should be sitting on impressive returns, for essential doing nothing, and yet your still not happy. Ungrateful and bitter is no way to spend the waning years of your life.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 18 2019, 02:53 PM


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Not to speak for Johnny H, but I believe what we are talking about is beyond normal "legal" short plays. The opinion is that there is something fishy about the SP activity, since ASX 200 inclusion, reporting potential abuse to the authorities so they can investigate is an option that should be taken serious by the shareholders, the authorities will decide if any legal boundaries were breached. What I don't understand is why the company wouldn't look into this themselves, maybe they are?
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 18 2019, 02:51 PM


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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 18 2019, 11:05 AM


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I think there is a ligit complaint to be made here. I would but I am not in Austrailia either, just a lowly ADR holder.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 12 2019, 12:11 AM


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When the shares rocketed up to $45 this week I put my first sell order in after 18 years. However, CLVY never matched with the exchange rate


Was in the same boat, first sell order ever. But of course CLVLY holders got left out in the cold.... Currently we are in grid lock at 25, wow, not too interesting to watch.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 11 2019, 12:37 PM


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My understanding is that abusive naked shorting is illegal in the US. If its happening with ADRs would'nt BNY Mellon be aware? Who is this abuse reported to?
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 11 2019, 12:05 AM


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The BS is back with CLVLY. NOBODY is getting any of my shares for that shit price, not a chance.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 10 2019, 06:46 AM


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Me too, or at least I tried. Weak hands sold too low. Mine was a fair price for CLVLY from where CUV was the night before. Not worried, just really annoyed.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 9 2019, 08:25 AM


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I am late to the party, had to start back at page 10 and started reading all the comments. Congratulations, we got it! biggrin.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 12 2019, 12:14 PM


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Dear Shorters,

I have a fraction of my total shares I would like to sell after approval and would happily help out any shorter who finds themselves in a pinch in a few weeks. Although my target price may likely be more reasonable than some long holders, you can still expect to pay dearly for my shares. Pshhh! LOL

Sincerely,
Zodiac el numero uno
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 5 2019, 09:41 AM


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I had that same vision of dancing girls and king kong when I bought Epitan. LOL D'OH!
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jul 14 2019, 10:04 AM


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35+ usd is what I'd be happy with soon after approval. Would sell some, but hopefully not all.

With approval I am sure eventually it will do better, potentially much better, but how long will that take? And do i have the patience to wait, probably not....
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jul 9 2019, 12:42 AM


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Well, it's 7/8, still marked on my calendar, 6 months was a long wait. Unfortunately the date now means nothing since the FDA couldn't get their shit together. So sad we are now relying, waiting, on a branch of the United States Federal Government, huh.gif, not a lot of confidence there.... Maybe I should twiddle my thumbs some more while I continue waiting rolleyes.gif

(USFG, CAPS added for dramatsim)
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jun 27 2019, 05:01 PM


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With any luck the APF, patients and doctors are storming the castle, lighting a fire under the FDA bureaucrats as we speak. Any early positive news could catch the shorters of guard, I'd like to watch the shorters eat their shorts....again.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jun 15 2019, 02:37 PM


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I'm still incredibly irritated about the recent delay


Inclusion in June followed by approval in July would have been great timing, in theory anyways. I was not counting on it, but I had been thinking long and hard about the possibilities.... I have a very reasonable target price, wink.gif

I've been in this too long, need to go bye bye, preferably before the men in white coats attempt to hall me away to the padded room. wacko.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jun 4 2019, 01:13 PM


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If it's not corruption within FDA from people (or one person) directly involved in the review perhaps the delay was legit (although complete BS) and somebody in the FDA office (secretary or clerk) used the insider info to short.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jun 4 2019, 01:12 AM


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With the upward trajectory of the stock following into likely ASX200 inclusion and likely Approval in July (so we thought), who would risk shorting this stock at that level without having insider information? An FDA review delay is easy to write off and would likely fly under the radar as a normal part of the review process, maybe the delay was manufactured. Follow the short money.... Or am I just being paranoid and cynical?






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Zodiac1
Posted on: May 24 2019, 09:10 PM


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Are all these predictions in AUD or USD? Big difference. AUD is weak. angry.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Mar 20 2019, 08:50 AM


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CLVLY should be green on the calendar, priority review.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Feb 17 2019, 09:53 AM


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https://people.com/style/winnie-harlow-talk...t-issue-rookie/
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Feb 8 2019, 05:12 AM


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I agree! Good info, well written. Things are moving forward. Never been prouder to be a long holder. Might sound like I'm pumping but really I am just getting excited, again, it's been a long time coming.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Feb 7 2019, 02:27 PM


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That was a great newsletter. biggrin.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Nov 16 2018, 03:34 PM


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Two different presents. I assumed pw was talking approval for 2019`s present. PDUFA date this year, approval next year. Fingers crossed!
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Mar 29 2018, 01:09 AM


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Some here seem to think that PW and Co. are purposely delaying, sidestepping, f.....the dog and aren't really interested in getting this gem of a drug passed with the FDA asap.


I don't know anybody who thinks this, it's more of their apparent inability to manage the company properly that frustrates most. It's surely not for lack of salary.


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Our dear CEO clearly stated that they would report on the EU safety data as soon as the NDA was finalised. So they did report on the EU safety data last week and now that same guy tells us they are still waiting for the EMA assessment report. I think he was/is badly informed by his teams!



There has always been a whiff of incompetence from management that I have politely ignored, but it's becoming a stench and at some point you just have to hand them a bar of soap and say TAKE A FUCKING SHOWER ALREADY!

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Zodiac1
Posted on: Feb 9 2018, 03:50 PM


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I also doubt the NDA has been submitted. It is price sensitive info and it's ALL they have right now that matters, so I believe they will report when it is submitted. I'd love to be wrong about that, but can't think of any legit reason why they'd hide that info. They did report when the EMA dossier was submitted, I clearly remember foolishly celebrating.... tongue.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 1 2017, 12:32 PM


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As for the buy out figures, with an average price of sub 2$ us, I'd be very happy with any fair buy out, especially if it was next year. cool.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 1 2017, 12:28 PM


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IMO Disappointment with the AGM will fade and the price will edge up again once news of FDA progress is released. Not worried about the low volume sell off, was not counting my chickens yet anyways. My only disappointed was based on assumptions that when honest about it were a bit optimistic, I should know better by now rolleyes.gif .

I think there is plenty of money to be made here if you have the stomach and patience, I am just along for the ride and I own all my investment decisions.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jun 7 2017, 09:01 AM


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This is the thanks you get when you give away or subsidize a drug for years..... Everybody conveniently forgets that part of the story because it's more news worthy to bash a drug maker for raising prices.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: May 12 2017, 10:07 AM


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Look Bernie Sanders is in capitalist land, if you are a true socialist I expect you'll pay extra taxes on any gains from this investment. tongue.gif Don't worry, you can trust your government to spend your money wisely.....I am sure. unsure.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: May 4 2017, 09:58 AM


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"their most controversial decisions EVER"

Hardly, a bit dramatic don't you think? blink.gif Approving a drug that works and is safe for patience who actually need it is not controversial.

Their controversy lies in all the cosmetic drugs that have been approved, many of which don't really work that well, and some of which are potentially dangerous.

"catalyst for massive change in society worldwide." tongue.gif

Not sure I follow, what massive changes are we in store for?
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jun 7 2016, 02:04 PM


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.......But that's like rocket science for these mental midgets.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 20 2015, 07:17 PM


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After falling for your "CLVLY to $9 within 6 months" back in 2012, I learned to fade your advice.


Does anybody take accountability for their own investment decisions?.....good lord. So you got a hot stock tip off the internet and invested accordingly, without due diligence, go look in the mirror and slap yourself.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 18 2015, 07:56 AM


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O' stop being so paranoid and grandiose. tongue.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 18 2015, 06:12 AM


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Shkreli eventually set up his own hedge fund, quickly developing a reputation for trashing biotechnology stocks in online chatrooms and shorting them, to enormous profit.



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The idea that a negative comment on google groups or share scene moves the price in any way is nothing more than grandiose or paranoid thinking in my opinion. -Ignoramus Oct 17th 2014


Hmmmm..... indeed.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 16 2015, 10:18 AM


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Everything you have heard that is positive about Scenesse is a lie, NEJM article is a hoax, specialist and patient support is fake.... etc, etc, etc. This all smells of a mass conspiracy, I have sold all my shares too. All 100. I am donating my proceeds to BHP, to help fight looming legal battles in Brazil.

ohmy.gif yawn...... tongue.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 11 2015, 02:37 PM


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Interesting that while Ignoramus has clearly expressed his disdain for Clinuvel, considers the company of being dishonest and us investors as being immoral, he has not ruled out buying back in if/when the stock takes off. Is he going to donate any gains to the EPP community, that would be the moral thing to do right? tongue.gif

Meanwhile he is touting BHP. Is this the same company that is currently being sued by Brazil for their involvement in a damn failure resulting in the death of 13 people and the release of toxic sludge into Brazil’s Santarém river valley? Really?



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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 5 2015, 04:15 PM


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From your link,

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Why do I need to submit a copy of my medicare card and photo ID?
Fret not, we are completely aware of your desire for confidentiality. The information provided will only be asked of you once and kept on file with Dr. John Hart. The medication ordered through this site does not go onto your records, nor do we use medicare to delve into your personal medical history. Only the doctor will have direct access to their personal details for verification purposes only. Once this verification has been submitted, this information will not be required from you in future orders.


Hmmmm, this "doctor" seem really ethical to me....not. I suppose it's probably best for this doctor that there is no record of what he's been selling you.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/natio...f-1227564071039

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AMA vice-president Stephen Parnis was more blunt. He said the practice “stinks to high heaven’’ and urged health authorities to investigate. “The AMA and the vast majority of my medical colleagues would have serious concerns about what you’ve described at a number of levels,’’ Dr Parnis said.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 2 2015, 09:58 AM


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numerous competitors have been profiting off of melanotan I and II for years now


Competitors to Clinuvel they are not, they are just labs making illegal profits of an illegal drug. Perhaps you should have invested in them?
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 29 2015, 09:30 AM


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Just an interesting thing I just noticed..... Nestle, a 296.3B $ company, is traded in OTC pink as an ADR.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 3 2015, 04:44 AM


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.......Asked whether this Dermatologist had heard of Clinuvel or Scenesse. Of course we all know what his answer was.....a big fat NO.


People say what they will about Clinuvel's lack of communication but..... A Dermatologist, Austrailian no less, who has not heard of Scenesse/afamelanotide by now must have his head in the sand. Lazy quack does not keep up on new and upcoming treatments for his patients? wacko.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 4 2015, 01:16 PM


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And everything natural is good for you right?


Maybe not everything, but I have personally taken approved FDA drugs that I would classify as not good for anybody because of the side effects. I have experienced no ill side effects from Melatonin, has been used for many years by many people. Some doctors consider it a "wonder drug" of sorts. Nothing wrong with "all natural" products, but mostly I think "all natural" winds up just being a marketing ploy for Vitamins that you may or may not need......but here take them anyways just in case.



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......discovered at a time when not every single avenue was exploited for financial gain.


Melotonin is very cheap in the US. 240 doses for around 5$, buy one bottle get one free sale. There are a lot of different manufactures nowadays, the newer forms of it are in sweet chewable candies. Here, have some candy and then got to sleep......have 3 candies and you'll have some cool dreams. biggrin.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 4 2015, 01:58 AM


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Melatonin in the US is considered a "health supplement", same as vitamins, these do not require approval from the FDA. Not sure how Melatonin got this "supplement" classification but I am glad it's readily available for us vampires, I buy it at the grocery store. Now if only I could get some Afamelanotide at the grocery store...... wink.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jul 31 2015, 04:04 AM


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All the Joe Average Investors I know are speculators and gamblers. wink.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jul 31 2015, 02:25 AM


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still think this is a really hard investment to sift through at this point, especially here in the US where you have to buy an ADR, for the average joe buyer.


What is hard about it? If you are an investor that likes speculative stocks, here you go. You don't have to buy ADRs, but regardless there is nothing wrong with buying ADRs. A share is a share, if successful, liquidity won't be an issue anyway and conversion to ordinary shares if we ever get on NASDAQ is a non-issue. ohmy.gif (yawn) back to sleep.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jun 21 2015, 02:42 AM


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I guess it just depends on how you read/interpret this,

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While we advocate treatment for all EPP patients, it is not currently possible for Clinuvel to assist any
individual patient
seeking treatment outside of their country of residence. Rather, we encourage patients to
speak with their local porphyria patient association and/or treating physician about options for managing their
EPP.


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Over time Clinuvel has been made aware of EPP patients from outside these countries seeking treatment, which
has been facilitated in specific instances in agreement with the treatment centers.


Where does it say EPP patients can't travel for treatment? The treatment was facilitated in agreement with the treatment centers, obviously Clinuvel was not assisting anyone. Personally I think this statement was released simply to convey the fact that Clinuvel does not endorse out of country treatment, they were likely being contacted by EPP patients seeking help in getting treated out of country after the Dateline story, but this does not mean they can stop the out of country treatment.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jun 12 2015, 10:35 AM


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"The FDA lets every other Tom, Dick, and Harry cosmetic drug in for approval and passes it...Is the suncream industry that powerful?"

You can have big tits and lips installed with approval by the FDA, but no tan......Seems illogical to me. I believe this being a new molecule with no history is what spooked the FDA, most cosmetics are carry overs that have long term safety profiles......some of which don't even work that well as cosmetics; Safe being the key here. I have no doubt that eventually it will be approved as a cosmetic if deemed safe over long term, regardless of what they say now, but in nearer term could be available legally via other legal avenues (legal off label). But maybe part of the hurdle here is in regard to the high importance societies but on skin color in general?


"I've been A FitzI-II all my life and grew up on the ocean"

I feel your pain, literally. Although I think we'd agree that this drug is not a cure all for sunburn or skin damage, But I believe It would help people with our skin type on several different levels including but not limited to increased protection.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: May 23 2015, 11:30 AM


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"Yes the stock is a little de-risked with the EMA approval."

I guess it depends on how you look at it. IMHO This stock is significantly de-risked with approval, all things considered, especially if it was that close; and especially if you consider the history of this company (Epitan/Clinuvel). It also depends on what you expect from your investment. Speculative is what I still call it, but no where near as speculative as it was years ago. Now we have an approved drug, APPROVED rolleyes.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: May 21 2015, 04:18 PM


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Agreed....Your last post was not really bitching, that was more a general response to all the actual bitching that goes on here from time to time.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: May 21 2015, 01:25 PM


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Has always been easy to categorize this investment for me, it's simply Long Term Speculative. I feel the speculation has diminished significantly since last year this time. Will we make millions? I don't know but I am willing to role the dice and I use appropriated money for such investments. IMHO, bitching about the company and management won't change a thing and if people are that frustrated they are in the wrong game anyways. Relax, it's only money and we may all die tomorrow anyway. 12+ years long so far, in the green.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Apr 25 2015, 12:34 PM


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Posted on: Apr 2 2015, 03:28 AM "This is my last post for good or ill. Cheers and good luck with your investment everyone...." tongue.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Mar 22 2015, 06:02 AM


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Ignoramus will soon say "thanks" to your posts and post his own retract stating that he knows nothing and is an idiot, all of which we already know.... blink.gif Will never understand how some people can invest in a company for which they have no respect, they will say they believe in the drug but not the management which seems like a statement only a very immature or inexperienced investor could make. It's clear we have some very frustrated investors posting here at times, they need to get a grip and come to terms with their investment..... Speculative plays are what they are.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Mar 13 2015, 06:41 AM


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It's official, you are paranoid.....

With the exception of no mention of the FDA dossier submission I am OK with the recent news letter, was not expecting specific details (dates, etc) because they never give them; they'd probably be inaccurate anyways wacko.gif . My rather optimistic theory is that PW is expecting a quick FDA approval and needs to get the Euro roll out further along before the FDA submission.... Of course there are other possible scenarios here, but I'd prefer to remain optimistic at this time.....and I am a plant tongue.gif ..... ph34r.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Mar 12 2015, 09:03 AM


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Where is the part that mentions FDA dossier submission plans for EPP? Did I miss it? (sarcasm) unsure.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Mar 11 2015, 09:19 AM


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Exactly, major pharms can get ANYTHING approved. I have used approved cosmetics drugs before, think air growth, that DID NOT WORK AT ALL and had side effects that were not acceptable. Can't for the life of me figure how the regulators could have approved any of the "hair growth" drugs.....o wait yes I can.....money money money maaaneehy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ll3uipTO-4A
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jan 30 2015, 03:38 PM


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LOL, good lord man. Nobody is degrading anybody. Arty has 12298 posts, I was amazed at how many posts he has....compared to my 30 something. Now go untwist your panties.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jan 29 2015, 05:34 PM


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Using technicals for CUV, all things considered, seems like a stretch to me...... Speculation is the name of this game, good luck predicting that.

12298 posts, really?
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jan 14 2015, 10:30 AM


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Last year this time was a great time to buy.....doubled my holdings at a bargain price. Speculative? Of course it was, wink.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jan 1 2015, 11:46 AM


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So as you claim you were an early pioneer, i.e. guinea pig, for the "real drug". Ok, At what levels were you inject, how much? Who administered the drug, what trials were you involved in? Have you ever used the current form of the drug and slow release implant? Do you think possibly, just maybe, that although similar in nature the current side effects are at a much lower level when compared to your "overdose".....

Why did you invest money in this company/drug if your experience was as bad as you claim? That would seem like a strange investment decision, yes?
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Jan 1 2015, 03:02 AM


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All drugs have side effects everybody knows that except you apparently, there is no misstep here. It was approved and has been in continued use through the compassionate programs for years, if the side effects were not well tolerated and within the acceptable levels it would not have gotten anywhere. So apparently the scientists and doctors involved in this drug should have consulted with you first...... tongue.gif pssssh Stop being so dramatic.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 11 2014, 10:02 AM


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It's interesting how SOME companies get these valuations, look at their historical SP graph..... Wonder what was going in 2000-2006 blink.gif ? 4 years ago with years of trials still to come it was already 7+.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Dec 2 2014, 10:46 PM


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If they request an FDA fast track for EPP it could be as little as 60 days for a decision, I always assumed they would request the fast track after EMA approval.....actually I thought they even alluded to this after the previous Retrophin buy out attempt.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Nov 29 2014, 02:00 AM


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Can't understand why anybody would hold an investment he (or she) is not happy with, for 10 years no less...... Maybe you could find something that better suits your investment strategy. rolleyes.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Nov 28 2014, 02:40 PM


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Mezzanine investor here, hard core!!!! rolleyes.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Nov 20 2014, 03:08 PM


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Actually "Like kind exchange" rules don't apply to stocks. Conversions are not taxable events anyways, for tax purposes they're viewed simply as a conversion. However there can be brokerage fees involved in some cases, but I doubt it would be anything significant. Not 100% sure how a switch to NASDAQ would happen, but converting from ADRs should be a painless event.


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Zodiac1
Posted on: Nov 20 2014, 02:04 AM


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A conversion would take place, nobody would get screwed. Just like when converting from CLVLF to CLVLY all that required was a phone call to my broker and it was done, cost me nothing. ADRs are company sponsored shares so I'd think the conversion would be automatic.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Nov 6 2014, 02:32 AM


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In the US doctors prescribe medication off label all the time, it's perfectly legal and nothing wrong with that. Off label marketing on the other hand is not allowed, without a fine anyways.....just ask Pfizer. If it's approved for use the FDA allows doctors to use their judgement in how the drug is prescribed. If you were a patient with Vitiligo it could mean you might have access to our drug sooner than later.

So apparently some of you guys think the FDA is going to read this board and it's going have some effect on their decision...... tongue.gif LOL
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Posted on: Oct 31 2014, 01:22 AM


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I didn't think we had to worry about him anymore.... Even if he was still in play I don't think Clinuvel is for sale. But if somehow he pulled that off I'd be like angry.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 31 2014, 01:04 AM


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It's pure fuzzy math..... I remember VectorVest, You pay a fee to use their system to "calculate" or "predict" future trends, of course they make money whether you win or lose.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 31 2014, 12:44 AM


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I would not argue with that upside, I'd sell. rolleyes.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 25 2014, 12:05 AM


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Welcome to the crazy show...... I am holding, things are just gettin started with this company biggrin.gif . To the stars and beyond!!!!!
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 24 2014, 11:59 PM


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Same here.....
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 24 2014, 11:35 PM


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at 5.00$
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 24 2014, 11:34 PM


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Wrong it's rollin......
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 24 2014, 10:55 PM


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I found no info about a CLVLY halt, I assume it will roll today. Waiting to see what happens......
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 24 2014, 10:26 PM


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Yesterday I was visualizing what this forum would look like after approval, you all nailed it. There is a lot of happy going on here.... Drinks on me.... biggrin.gif New poster here this year, but I did lurk for awhile before posting anything, before finding this site I pretty much relied on company news releases for any info blink.gif for 12 long years. Thanks for all the info and thanks to Clinuvel for making something out of Epitan.....finally.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 24 2014, 09:04 PM


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OMG...... biggrin.gif PSHHHH I wasn't too worried. wink.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 24 2014, 09:35 AM


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ASX CUV halt, but no halt for CLVLY in the US tomorrow..... I believe that has happened before, yes?
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 18 2014, 12:40 PM


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OMG dude..... Not sure how you could possibly believe that negatives comments on the only two forums associated with this stock could not have consequences for SP, especially if the posters are considered "in the know". I have always been very optimistic with this stock and therefore my comments are positive. I know there is some frustration surrounding this stock simply because of the timelines involved, EMA dragging their feet, etc, etc, and a lot of people might feel the need to vent a little but Personally I see no reason to vent in a public forum in regard to a stock that I own.....
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 10 2014, 02:13 PM


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"Most longs here are probably still 100% in the stock."

Yep.... What happens now is just games and I am not too worried. I'd actually prefer the up swing to occur after approval, it will be less speculative and therefore more stable. I strongly believe the dominoes will fall into place once approved by the EMA, Once the FDA chimes in on fast track status and the potentials from Vitiligo and Singapore are understood by the real buyers. Hold on to your butts....
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 9 2014, 11:58 AM


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The calm before the storm..... I suspect buyers are waiting for an approval.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Oct 1 2014, 09:16 AM


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Sounds like good news to me..... If new management is smart they will hold those CUV shares.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 26 2014, 12:37 PM


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What do you think of the sellers at this point? Would you sell so close to a final opinion with all signs looking good? After 10 long years of waiting?

My first thought is that they must be crazy. Heck no, I am not selling one single share, even after 12 years of accumulation.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 26 2014, 12:21 PM


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In this case "MAY be" likely has been used to covey permission to expect an outcome, this seems like the most logical interpretation of this sentence; If you reread the sentence it makes sense. However, IS EXPECTED would have been preferred to MAY be expected.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 20 2014, 03:06 PM


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I agree..... I have held this stock for 12 years and I am not too worried about the Singapore situation. We all knew they'd link up with another pharm at some point and although more details would be nice now I am sure they will follow. But if some what to worry and have a heart attack about this now, please include me in your Will to inherit your shares. rolleyes.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 20 2014, 04:18 AM


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With all the vast knowledge in this forum..... I figured at least someone would have an interesting answer for this question.
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 19 2014, 07:03 AM


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Anybody know why someone would buy CLVLF as apposed to CLVLY? Also wondering how and why CLVLF even exists at all.

Like some of you, I have been involved in this stock from the Epitan days, converted to ADRs years ago when they started that program. It's nice to see this stock moving upward, doubled up at 1.50 last January..... smile.gif
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 17 2014, 10:51 AM


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I agree with that.....
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Zodiac1
Posted on: Sep 16 2014, 08:29 PM


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The German press story regarding cancer seems very odd, I don't read German so can't read the article. As many of us likely know already...... Skin cancer is mostly caused by repeat skin cell damage from UV wavelengths, this repeat cell damage can cause DNA mutations. The release of melanin is the skin cells defense mechanism to prevent further damage, this response does NOT cause cancer... Not a doctor but I am familiar w/ skin cancer.
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