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28.04.2012, 10:51
 

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction... (Hair Multiplication & Stem Cells Treatment)

Check the date on this ad:


This Public Company is DAYS Away From The $Billion Cure for Baldness


Posted on April 26, 2012 byadmin

Read more: http://thestockmarketwatch.com/newsletters/2012/04/26/this-public-company-is-days-away-from-the-billion-cure-for-baldness/#ixzz1tLTELgwo

The retraction was issued the next day. Replicel's PR people/legal team may have its hands full with having to release the quarterly report as well the results of phase I, not to mention putting together a last minute retraction statement after the above headline ran, so this might be an explanation as to why it came at 7:30 p.m. friday night (which is 4:30 p.m. in Vancouver). Perhaps the prior ads, although still hype, may have been able to fly, but after the above headline ran, somebody may have just figured they had no choice but to retract everything that even remotely seemed like hyped.

If REPCL has a corp. legal team that recommended the "awareness" campaign, they may have feared they'd be breaching their responsibility to their client if they didn't recommend a general retraction following that headline, which could mean liability for the legal team if REPCL got sued (as was suggested in another post).

This is speculation on my part, but at least backed up with some semblance of logic, unlike some other conclusions of definite failure based on reading what appears to be a legally required disclaimer under the circumstances.

Sorry for overstating the obvious, but phase I results are days away; the cure would still be years away even if phase I was successful. This is what is so misleading about this ad.




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Iron_Man

28.04.2012, 13:29
(edited by Iron_Man, 28.04.2012, 14:12)

@ ESP2

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

» Check the date on this ad:
»
»
» This Public Company is DAYS Away From The $Billion Cure for Baldness
»
» Posted on April 26, 2012 byadmin
»
» Read more:
» http://thestockmarketwatch.com/newsletters/2012/04/26/this-public-company-is-days-away-from-the-billion-cure-for-baldness/#ixzz1tLTELgwo
»
» [...]
»
» Sorry for overstating the obvious, but phase I results are days away; the
» cure would still be years away even if phase I was successful. This is
» what is so misleading about this ad.

I think you summarized the salient points very well and so did KO too in another thread:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-102107.html#p102189
Yep, selling stock BEFORE releasing results is bad, unless they are being sold to insiders. However that would also make it insider trading - illegal. So I don't think those shares were sold to insiders.

If you knew the results would be good, and thus share prices would rise, why on earth would you sell?

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QUESTIONS:
Who held the most Replicel shares?
Who PAID >$300000 for hyping like crazy to get investors who BUY shares?
Who BOUGHT all these shares?

To me it looks that some one thought that if they can SELL most of their shares as soon as each share-worth/price has at least reached +30% or +50% (the average gain is what counts finally) or maybe even more or so (the more they hype the better) = still a nice and quick profit and whatever happens thereafter - especially if some one in general held most shares and could SELL most shares - not sold to insiders. The intention was to get nice fresh money as much as possible into the pot from the mass. But the method they used to accomplish this - is illegally as well.




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Iron_Man

28.04.2012, 14:20

@ Iron_Man

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

ccmethinning wrote:
http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-102235-page-0-category-1-order-last_answer.html
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Yup, no doubt. If they would have released that press release on Monday the 23rd, after the pump pieces had only been running for a few days, the price hadn't run up that much, and they got cold feet about the content of those pieces I could believe that. But releasing after hours Friday when everybody is stuck and the price sufficiently pumped and hundreds of thousands of shares traded, that is planned and that is malicious.

If Monday turns out to be what we all expect, or even worse, I really think we should contact lawyers.

http://hb-securities.com/

Hagens Berman, I've "worked with them" (was part of a class) before in a class action against another sc*m company. Probably would get next to nothing from Replicel, but at least we would bring David Hall, Tobin Smith, and whoever their marketing person is, down into the mud with us. I want reputations ruined over this.

The plan all makes sense now, these companies NEVER care about retail shareholders. What this allowed them to do is pump up the price and create a cushion for them. The technology is likely to fail or provide underwhelming results. But the patent might still be worth something. So assign the patent to the company, take the company public, do a ruse of a trial with a nice front man to attract retail money to pump up the price, and then sell the company (patent) to big pharma or ARI/Follica/Histogen/whoever. This way, the founders (the only people the company cares about, not us retail shareholder schlubs), who got their shares for nothing, interests are maximized. Lets say the share price was still at $1.70, like it was before the pumping started. When the trial fails, the share price might drop to $0.30. But if they pump the stock price up to $2.70, maybe the share price only drops to $0.70 or something when the trial fails. The retail shlubs who bought in at $2.00/share are screwed, but who cares about them? The founders (Hoffmann, McElwee, Shapiro, Lui, Hall) get to cash out at a much higher price (maybe $.70 instead of $.30).
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KO

28.04.2012, 15:09

@ Iron_Man

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

» shareholders. What this allowed them to do is pump up the price and create
» a cushion for them. The technology is likely to fail or provide
» underwhelming results. But the patent might still be worth something. So
» assign the patent to the company, take the company public, do a ruse of a
» trial with a nice front man to attract retail money to pump up the price,
» and then sell the company (patent) to big pharma or
» ARI/Follica/Histogen/whoever.

I have been saying this for ages. David Hall explicitly said in an interview that they "hoped to get Big Pharma interested" after their clinical trials. Their patent portfolio could be valuable even if the trials fail.




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Iron_Man

28.04.2012, 15:29
(edited by Iron_Man, 28.04.2012, 15:53)

@ KO

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

» » a cushion for them. The technology is likely to fail or provide
» » underwhelming results. But the patent might still be worth something. So
» » assign the patent to the company, take the company public, do a ruse of
» a
» » trial with a nice front man to attract retail money to pump up the
» price,
» » and then sell the company (patent) to big pharma or
» » ARI/Follica/Histogen/whoever.
»
» I have been saying this for ages. David Hall explicitly said in an
» interview that they "hoped to get Big Pharma interested" after their
» clinical trials. Their patent portfolio could be valuable even if the
» trials fail.

No. I my opinion (as well by patent authorities) it would be just extremely risky to buy it. I would rather buy the patents from the REAL inventors, because Replicel's patent is just a plain COPY ...

http://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/description?CC=WO&NR=0132840A3&KC=A3&FT=D&ND=2&date=20020321&DB=&locale=en_EP

... including the described process for how to extract those "freely invented" DSC cells. Jahoda's patent is even more clever, because he patented even the usage and replication of the cell"niche" (follicle tissue) also.




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MikadoMan

28.04.2012, 15:34

@ Iron_Man

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

Maybe Ironman and i are wrong and they really have something who knows. on the one hand yes the hyped their stuff but on the other hand, why would they say it now and not try to put it on much further

anyway one thing is for sure, their support people did a bad job here cause this caused damaged




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Iron_Man

28.04.2012, 15:42

@ MikadoMan

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

» Maybe Ironman and i are wrong and they really have something ...

Sorry, but WHERE did I ever say that "they have something" ?????????????

Everything they have is not more worthful than my socks - after wearing them 24 hours.




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28.04.2012, 16:27

@ ESP2

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

i dunno--maybe they expected their stock would be trading at a much higher price by the close of business friday, then realized there's no way it's going to hit $10 (like tobin predicted) after they release results. one thing is certain: retractions aren't going to get people lined up to buy their stock.




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Iron_Man

28.04.2012, 16:38

@ ESP2

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

» i dunno--maybe they expected their stock would be trading at a much
» higher price by the close of business friday, then realized there's no way
» it's going to hit $10 (like tobin predicted) after they release results.
» one thing is certain: retractions aren't going to get people lined up to
» buy their stock.

I agree. You're right here. And the problem is that many guys were practically completely unable to act accordingly. But whatever happens next week - "somebody" in this stock-game is always the winner, even if many guys would try to sell their shares next week. he he




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georgex6

GREECE ATHENS,
28.04.2012, 18:34

@ Iron_Man

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

www.aimhighprofits.com/penny-stocks-to-watch-is-replicel-repcf-really-worth-10-11551




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MikadoMan

28.04.2012, 19:21

@ georgex6

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

We will see




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Freddie555

29.04.2012, 22:39

@ MikadoMan

Another thing to consider regarding REPCL's retraction...

Regardless of success or failure, Replicel already made its first mistake by getting entangled with the pump & dump stock pumping crowd. The amount of public relations damage these monkeys can cause a company is high.

Replicel's marketing department should have more sense to stay away from all these fly-by-night stock pumpers who don't give f&kc about what they have or don't have.

Stick to giving non-paid interviews to those genuinely interested in hair loss issues and putting clips/updates on youtube.




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