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To: Liberator who wrote (291532)10/20/2021 1:09:16 PM
From: LoneClone  Respond to of 295060
That's the first time I have heard any discussion of an IVN target above $15. I hope you are right, but do keep in mind what happened with the last IVN, the one that became TRQ. Friedland always thinks about himself and his pals first, so that version reached over $20 and then dropped under $5 as Friedland managed things for his own benefit rather than retail shareholders.

I let a few of my IVN shares go last year around $7.50. If it reaches $15 I might see all I have left.


To: Liberator who wrote (291532)10/20/2021 7:47:12 PM
From: ralfph  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 295060
IVN - I would love to see it run that far. Not sure I have the nerve to ride it quite that far. Personally I think it would take a buyout or bidding war to move it past the 16 buck range.