Sometimes you can get it totally wrong and still have it right. Last time I wrote about Geron (GERN), I said by January 1, 2013, the stock would either be "heading O.B. (Zero Bid/Out of Business) or doubling, minimum. There is no in-between." Since then, the stock has bounced around a bit but is mostly right back where it started, trading just a little bit ahead of where I wrote about it in October, as of market close on February 6.
At the time, I wrote Geron had three important near-term catalysts, and if any of them played out the company would survive and perhaps even flourish. It's been a mixed bag on those catalysts, but there's...
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