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Immunomedics (IMMU) - moderated
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43599 256 17 IMMU ★★★★ (Buy)
Emcee:  erickerickson Type:  Moderated
Welcome to the moderated Silicon Investor message board for Immunomedics (IMMU). After watching several other forums degenerate, I decided to start this forum for anyone who values reasonable discussion. I've made it a moderated board so I have some control over whether it stays civil or not...

Please observe the following courtesies:

> No personal attacks. This includes attributing motives to posters. You know, "you are a pumper", or "you must be short", or..... Such accusations are unprovable in the first place and in the second place contribute nothing to the discussion.

> Please refrain from posts about posts. If you see a post you find obnoxious or that you think violates the TOU, just report a TOU violation to the SI admins by clicking the link near the bottom. The SI admins have been doing a great job of removing all traces of posters who violate the spirit of SI TOU (see below). Responding only encourages more of the same as well as decreasing the signal-to-noise ratio. See "Responding to Tone" below.

> We very much value differing viewpoints. Feel free to disagree with someone all you want. Just do so civilly.

> Take a look at Graham's "hierarchy of disagreement": Hierarchy if you want an idea of what I consider actionable. In my ideal world, when people disagree, their posts would be at least "contradiction" and ideally "counterargument" and above. I'll start to create a mental list of people skating close to the edge when I see posts at "Responding to Tone". Anything below that earns a censure (not censor since I can't alter or delete existing posts, only the SI admins have that power) as soon as I see it, with or without warning.

You can see the SI Terms Of Use (TOU) at siliconinvestor.com and it's apparent that the admins interpret these rather broadly. They give the usual sophistries people engage in when trying to skate close to the edge short shrift. My personal summary of the TOU is "play nice, be adult". SIAdmin (Dave) and SI Spam Patrol (Cheeky Kid) are our friends <G>. Here is a wonderful example of how this works... 8320. Note SI Dave's response was there prior to any other poster posting. Don't waste your time....

Again, welcome! I think you'll find this a fine place to learn about and contribute to others' understanding of IMMU and its prospects.

Erick
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43599We were going to get put on a shelf by SGEN, no milestone payments. The upfront TinfoilHat-3 hours ago
43598Cowen & Co. analyst Phil Nadeau reiterated a Buy rating on Immunomedics (NAsummer_sky46 hours ago
43597The efficacy looks good enough, I do question the side effects. This isn't oidahoranch137 hours ago
43596The efficacy of the potential treatment is more important.sysiphus28 hours ago
43595Oh, great. We opened our kimono to sgen when they were potential buyers, now thkdd999-9 hours ago
43594• Seattle Genetics (NASDAQ:SGEN) is up 1% premarket, albeit on only 600 shares, Teetime-yesterday
43593Having read the back and forth on the importance of getting a CEO sooner rather jargonweary10last Saturday
43592That's also MY point, I don't think we need a CEO for the BLA work, his idahoranch1-last Saturday
43591Sorry man, but if the new CEO has to spend 12 hours a day, 6 days a week workingdrtom12344last Saturday
43590If the company was planning to be bought out, it would not be making all these hdrtom123411last Saturday
43589"They see their stock options are finally going to mean something". erickerickson-last Friday
43588I don't think a new CEO is necessary right now either.... If phase lll is rurslor2last Friday
43587Idaho, any CEO worth considering is going to say something like "if you'allatwwk-last Friday
43586It isn't hard for me to believe that any candidate being considered for CEO idahoranch11last Friday
43585So a CEO gets hired, and he starts straying from the directive of "everyoneidahoranch11last Friday
43584Idaho, you wrote: Get a CEO, fine, but put him in a little room with no windowsallatwwk-last Friday
43583With all due respect Lonnie, I don't 100% agree with you on this. Maximizingdrtom12344last Friday
43582SRPT Conference Call Transcript seekingalpha.comCelebrityEquity-last Friday
43581SRPT introduced the new CEO in the right fashion, with a win. Increased sales. hearthero1last Friday
43580I asked Chau yesterday if the reported "improved morale" was still theidahoranch18last Friday
43579All the things you mention need to happen, AFTER everything that can be done hasidahoranch17last Friday
43578Disagree about a 'new CEO isn't going to change much'. A new CEO shoallatwwk1last Friday
43577Until a new CEO is hired, Behzad is, in reality, the CEO. I'm good with thatidahoranch13last Thursday
43576Very Off Topic....kind of. I guess someone REALLY must be worth enormous money CelebrityEquity-last Thursday
43575"Sort of" = Yes "And if it gets in to November without one, I&#CelebrityEquity-last Thursday
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