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Verharven
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In Reply To: PunkassDerm's post @ Today, 01:43 PM

Could be a line-ball decision if it will be added in March because of the 6 months of data average, but if not, then as long as the SP holds the course as it has been doing for the last month then June would be looking very good and nice timing to get an inclusion SP bump 4 weeks before the FDA decision.


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PunkassDerm
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In Reply To: Verharven's post @ Today, 01:38 PM

Maybe announcement 1 week before inclusion? Its darn close either way! Like dividend record vs payment date.

....and you said that!

 
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"and meeting orphan disease needs I would say that it is riskier to not hold Clinuvel than it is to hold it. "

I agree, which is why it is the only stock i'm holding on to, despite my dire fears for what may come for international economies.

@seeva222, i had a look back at some biopharma stocks during the 2008 GFC , Allergan for example, but none seem to be an adequate comparison for CUV. Any ideas?



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Verharven
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In Reply To: PunkassDerm's post @ Today, 01:25 PM

Methodology below and on page 10 states that rebalancing announcements made on the second Friday of the month for March, June and December and first Friday of the month for September with trading in the new index to start after market close of the third Friday of the month. So the date given of March 15, 2019 on Market Index is actually when the rebalance happens - but announced a week prior.

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PunkassDerm
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Last year March 18...it's the 8th this year?

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https://www.marketindex.com.au/asx200

Could it be March 15? see link

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Verharven
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So some upcoming dates of interest that could push along the SP

Friday, March 8: ASX200 rebalance announcement

Thursday, March 14: NICE Committee meeting to reconsider approval of Scenesse

April 30: Next quarterly figures (hopefully with the 'early payment' blip now washed through)


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Given how thinly traded the ADR is, the more likely explanation was that a certain Sharescene poster was unloading shares in order to buy a blonde toupé, viagra, and a Porsche in time for Valentine's Day.



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hibchibbler
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In Reply To: xlnja's post @ Yesterday, 09:27 AM

I thought someone mentioned here recently that Mellon bank of NY got slapped with a demerit recently for something related to ADR's?
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/sec-fines...adrs-2018-12-17

Maybe this has something to do with it ? :shrug:

 
seeva222
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In Reply To: LevelHeaded2000's post @ Yesterday, 02:41 PM

Anyone want to look back and see how similar stocks performed during the GFC? My guess is that they all got crushed, but those with strong balance sheets did 50% better. Just a guess

 
Verharven
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In Reply To: LevelHeaded2000's post @ Yesterday, 05:17 PM

Yes, it's a nice positive feedback loop so long as CUV keeps progressing over a decent time frame because it works just as well to the detriment in reverse!

 
 


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