Premarket Gainers / Losers

Gainers: IDRA +18%. ICLD +12%. RH +8%. MNKD +8%. MERC +7%. ARIA +6%. HALO +6%. EXAS +5%. MY +5%.

Losers: LPDX -22%. INO -11%. WHX -8%. CZR -8%. MTL -7%. VJET -7%. EXLP -5%. NWBO -5%.

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  • stary kozel
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    INO is down thanks to that basher Richard Pearson, MoxReports, who wrote: <<I have now identified clear indications of undisclosed promotions on both Inovio Pharmaceuticals (INO) and Unilife Corp. (UNIS), using IR firm the Proactive Group. Proactive has been listed as a partner of The Dream Team Group on that firm's website.>>
    Note the word "UNDISCLOSED" he used in this statement. I receive every piece of info. on INO, and never seen anything that would look like pumping that stock.


    This person, Richard Pearson, should be banned from SA.
    28 Mar 2014, 10:43 AM Reply Like
  • MichaelJ8
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    well... the VP of SA thinks otherwise, he praises Pearson.


    Too me, it just seems like DTG is a bad firm, and probably won't get much business after all of this.Everything else is just blown way out of porportion, the biotech industry is an easy target. Its up a lot and people want a reason to sell...itchy fingers.
    28 Mar 2014, 03:33 PM Reply Like
  • sharpen
    , contributor
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    Don't understand why EXAS is below 13.00? I bought more, as I believe EXAS will be granted FDA approval, and will also be bought out, as was Third Wave Technolgy. At least three firms upped their target price to as high as 25.00, after the 10-0 approval yesterday.
    30 Mar 2014, 05:24 AM Reply Like
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