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Kitco Gold, silver spot and other metals
Orangequant's Synthetic Trendlines
European clinical trials and marketing
https://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CONSLEG:2001L0083:20070126:en:PDF Containes Annex 1. May get updated in the future so be sure that you're using the most current directive.
p53 mutations in cancer...
Keeping it simple and ethical.
The more you learn how to make decisions for yourself the more $$$ you'll make. Whichever strategy you use on an initial investment sets the tone on whether you'll make money or end up taking a loss. It takes time. Having good stocks that pay dividends is always a good long term choice imo. But getting in at the right time counts. That's where technical analysis pays off. There are a gazillion sites that offer assistance in this area, for a fee. More often, brokers are offering short training sessions, Scottrade offers some quick training sessions, for free. Guessing others do as well. There is PLENTY of free online information as well, and in the library.
Building a plan and investing with a diversified portfolio keeps the $$$ somewhat safe. Then, having some cash available for short term swing trading can bring in some profits. Short term trading has its higher tax implications and higher risk of course. Need to learn the technicals, and how to read the fundamentals. A short watch list of a dozen or so GOOD stocks taking turns swinging when they're set up or just adding at the right time to strengthen long term stocks.
The idea is to be independant of others influencing your decisions. Know how/when to cut the cord on something that isn't working, and keeping the winners. A plan to buy something short term can certainly turn into a long term hold if it's paying off imo.
I am not an investment advisor.
Some online and other useful books...
Toni Turner is very easy to read and understand without putting you to sleep.
A Beginner's Guide to Day Trading Online by Toni Turner www.toniturner.com
"Short Term Trading in the New Stock Market"
A Beginner's Guide to Short Term Trading
by Toni Turner (for swing and position trading which i recommend)
How I made $2,000,000 in the Stock Market
by Nicolas Darvas www.darvastrades.com (a good complimentary website to his trading style since he is not on this earth anymore to have his own official website)
The Candlestick Course by Steven Nison www.candlecharts.com
Trend Following by Michael Covel (some of the biggest traders
in the world are Trend Followers including John Henry, Jerry Parker, Ed Seykota, The Turtles, Richard Dennis, William Eckhardt, Bill Dunn, Keith Campbell etc.) www.trendfollowing.com
Reminisces of a Stock Operator by Edwin Lefevre (about the legendary Jesse Livermore and how he thought about trading)
Market Wizards by Jack D. Schwager (about other traders mindsets)
New Market Wizards by Jack D. Schwager (same as above)
The Micro Cap Investor: Strategies for Making Big Returns in Small Companies by Robert Imperiale
The Guide for Pennystock Investing
by Donny Lowy
Making Dollars with Pennies by R. Max Bowser
Penny stock Winners by R. Max Bowser
Mastering Microcaps by Daniel P. Coker
Bowser is old and out of date but his strategies/research techniques are fundamentaly good imo.
Thanks for reading, and as always feedback is welcome!!
|F1ash ||Monday, 01/25/16 09:25:44 AM |
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thx frrol. that was an excellent post by O Neb
. a keeper. along with the U of Colorado p53 researcher not being impressed with aprea, reinforces how Kevetrin is different, likely better, than the competition. bring on leo's biomarker update and the D Farber
presentation at ASCO 2015.
thx too Infinity and rr. below some links to various MDM2-p53 articles, some of which i'm sure have been posted before. the first seems the best overview based on my cursory review --- comprehensive and gets to the MDM2-MDMX interplay. still learning up on the science.
/// Targeting the MDM2-p53 Protein-Protein Interaction for New Cancer Therapeutics
xxxxxxxxxxxxx MDM2-p53 Interaction in Peadiatric Solid Tumous: Preclinical Rationale, Biomarkers and Resistance
(2014) (Note: this has been posted before / refs Kevetrin) (PDF) http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ben/cdt/2014/00000015/00000001/art00010?crawler=true Targeting MDM2-p53 interaction for cancer therapy: are we there yet?
(2014) (abstract only) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24180275 Small molecule agents targeting the p53-MDM2 pathway for cancer therapy.
(2012) (abstract only) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23059763 Targeting the MDM2–p53 interaction as a therapeutic strategy for the treatment of cancer
(2010) http://www.dovepress.com/targeting-the-mdm2ndashp53-interaction-as-a-therapeutic-strategy-for-t-peer-reviewed-article-CHC http://www.dovepress.com/getfile.php?fileID=6660
(PDF, Full) Targeting the MDM2-p53 Interaction for Cancer Therapy
(2009) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2676446/ The MDM2-p53 Interaction
|slcimmuno ||Wednesday, 04/15/15 04:32:26 PM |
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4 Part Vid Intvw w FDAs Richard Pazdur
(Head Onc guy)
bodes well for Kevetrin if results are as good as we think they might be. the interview covers a lot of ground. he mentions "there's not going to be one drug that cures 8 cancers
." maybe. maybe not. but that's the p53 dream. well worth a listen -- hearing the scoop straight from the FDA's regulatory top dog. Cancer "Rocket Docket" http://bcove.me/ndarcfh0 Patient Power http://bcove.me/uawobpqd Precision Medicine http://bcove.me/xamojt6a Compelling Case (pediatrics) http://bcove.me/rtyf8t0p
The Gatekeeper to New Cancer Drugs
Dr. Richard Pazdur is the world's most important cancer drug
Dr. Richard Pazdur, director of FDA's Office of Hematology and Oncology Products, tells BioCentury why FDA is racing to approve new cancer drugs. Dr. Pazdur says new targeted drugs and immunotherapies
with unprecedented efficacy are the payoff from 20 years of basic science. He calls for greater patient engagement in drug development, says compassionate access should be improved, and predicts rapid uptake of biosimilars.
------------------------------------------------ vancomycin and clindamycin https://www.morningstar.com/news/pr-news-wire/PRNews_20160121NY03914/allergan-announces-fda-approval-of-updated-label-for-new-dosing-regimen-for-dalvance-dalbavancin.print.html http://www.duratatherapeutics.com/news-media/press-releases/detail/7514/fda-approves-durata-therapeutics-dalvancetm-for-the First and Only IV Antibiotic for ABSSSI With Once-a-Week Dosing for Two Weeks CHICAGO, May 23, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Durata Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq:DRTX) announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved DALVANCETM (dalbavancin) for injection for the treatment of adult patients with acute bacterial skin and skin structure infections (ABSSSI) caused by susceptible Gram-positive bacteria, including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). DALVANCE is the first and only IV antibiotic approved for the treatment of ABSSSI with a two-dose regimen of 1000 mg followed one week later by 500 mg, each administered over 30 minutes.
What's involved with a CSR
An Insider’s Insight into Clinical Study Reports http://www.niche.org.uk/asset/insider-insight/Insider-Clinical-Study-Reports.pdf
|Citrati ||Monday, 01/04/16 11:19:58 AM |
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Thought some might find these 18 principles from Steve Burns interesting.
New Traders are greedy and have unrealistic expectations. Rich Traders are realistic about their returns.
New Traders make the wrong decisions due to stress. Rich Traders can manage stress.
New Traders are impatient and look for constant action. Rich Traders are patient.
New Traders trade because they are influenced by emotion. Good Traders use a trading plan.
New Traders think they can stop learning. Rich Traders never stop learning about the market.
New Traders act like gamblers. Rich Traders operate like a businessperson.
New Traders bet the farm. Rich Traders carefully control trading size.
For New Traders outsized profits are the #1 priority. Rich Traders know that managing risk is the #1 Priority.
New Traders try to prove they are right. Rich Traders admit when they are wrong.
New Traders give back profits by not having an exit strategy. Rich Traders lock in profits while they are there.
New Traders give up. Rich Traders persevere until they are successful.
New Traders hop from system to system when they lose. Rich Traders stick with a winning system even when it is losing.
New Traders place trades based on opinions. Rich Traders place trades based on probabilities.
New Traders try to predict. Rich Traders follow what the market is telling them.
New Traders trade against the trend. Rich Traders follow the market trends.
New Traders follow their emotions to their disadvantage. Rich Traders follow systems that give them an advantage.
New Traders do not know when to cut losses or lock in gains. Rich Traders have an exit plan.
New Traders cut profits short and let losses run. Rich Traders let profits run and cut losses short.
Tensile Trading: Stage #8 You Bought It – Now What? http://blogs.stockcharts.com/journal/2013/09/tensile-trading-stage-8-you-bought-it-now-what.html
September 20, 2013 at 8:30 AM | written by Gatis Roze
pretty good writing.
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“Short Activism: The Rise in Anonymous Online Short Attacks”
Focused on IPIX Science, but feel obligated to post such reads every time I come across them ... for obvious reasons ...
One of the best I’ve seen.
A concise, well-sourced summary of the real damage done to companies by the likes of Mako and what steps can-might-should be taken... one can only hope similar SEC (and other) scrutiny is applied to Short/Distort schemes as they paid last year to the Pump/Dump ones. Two sides of same coin each worth equal attention.
“Short Activism: The Rise in Anonymous Online Short Attacks”
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