After a great day yesterday, I decided to hop on today. It went up over 90% (with 35% of that after trading hours)! What are the chances of this going up another 50-75% tomorrow?
This company has 9 employees and just released a study that indicates a drug they're working on has positive effects for alzheimer's.
If this thing is the real deal, what would be the upper limit of a stock like this? Should I buy more after this massive pop? How much more massive can this get?
I suspect that there are other opportunities awaiting just like this. I found this stock by looking at the "Daily mover", and there it was. A stock with a 60% gain. Then I read about the drug it was developing.
Is this a good investing strategy to take, or did I just get lucky?
*Edited to add: Well now it's 2/4 after the stock went back below $70/share. I wound up profiting on this by taking 2 positions. @71 and at 77. I sold the 2nd position for 107, and am holding the first position for long term hold. I will purchase more stocks for the long term.
I think this company has the goods and I'm willing to stake a thou or 2 on it.
I am obsessed with these chips. I'd buy them 2 or 3 bags at a time, but they've been missing for a few weeks. Were they seasonal?
Cassava Bolts To Record High After Alzheimer's Drug Improves Cognition
Cassava Sciences said Thursday its Alzheimer's treatment showed promise in a six-month study and SAVA stock bolted to a record high.
Cassava Sciences ( SAVA ) said Thursday its Alzheimer's treatment showed promise in a six-month study and SAVA stock bolted to a record high.
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TP02 = 112,85000$
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TP04 = 153,61000$
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Cassava Sciences (SAVA) is starting Phase 3 in Alzheimer's, they have a unique treatment with unprecedented data, and just presented at the 10th Annual SVB Leerink Global Healthcare Conference.
Some key points:
They just raised cash at $49 and have about $280 million on hand, NIH has been giving them grants since 2017 and projected burn is just $20-$25 million this year. Large insider ownership, Salesforce.com director is Cassava director and one of the largest owners, Blackrock just reported a stake as well. Still a pretty unknown story at this point. Lilly tacked on more than $20 billion on donanemab's Phase 2 -- $20 billion in market cap would be $500 per share. Latest price targets are $80 and $97. CEO is interviewing with beingpatient.com on Monday: Reserve A Seat - Being Patient
And here is their latest deck.
New article by SA couldn't have said it better. It is time to rise!!!!! Market correction is the perfect time to load up. Time to Ape grip this shit!!
God i wanna be a millionaire!!!!
We had our very first harvest of cassava today! We just started growing it and needless to say, we were completely blown away by how fast it was growing. It was almost as tall as out roof when we harvested it! It took us forever to dig out the tubers. The roots were clinging to the soil super tightly and we actually had to loosen it up a lot with the fork first or it simply wouldn't budge. The results were surprisingly different from what we expected. We got the purple variation of cassava instead of the white one, and it looked stunning! We also collected a few bitter gourds that we had crawling across our fence. It wasnt until now that we realized they were ripening like crazy! While we were excited to see the growth, some of them had become overripe, to our dismay.
They just got great news today but they don’t get enough attention. We need to get this out there! This could fly!!
I was just looking up to see if Wegman's had any Cassava flour or other items, and happy to see they have some of this Jovial Penne. Searched the sub and didn't see it before. Has anyone tried it?
Link to website. https://jovialfoods.com/grain-free/cassava-pasta/
Ingredients are Water & Cassava Flour
Hold Sava it's going to the moon let's go and by in dip 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀
If you have $8k and want 10x gain next 2-3 years - just buy 1000 shares of ACIU. There are no so many biotechs that have real AD drugs in their portfolios and ACIU is definitely one of them. Why not SAVA? This is scam biotech with completely fake AD drug. Company founders will make big money and all investors will lose them. It will be the same story as AXON scam with its fake AD drug. So, if you want lose all your money just buy SAVA and after Ph3 AD results you will lose >95%. Why ACIU AD treatment is not a fake? Because p-tau is a main players in AD etiology - tau aggregates from dead neurons spreads through the brain and healthy neurons swallows them. Inside of healthy neurons defect tau starts to convert normal tau to aggregates. The mechanisms are similar to prion disease. Anti-p-tau antibodies should stop spread of pathogenic p-tau filaments through the brain and stop/slow down AD. What is SAVA filamin A (FLNA)? This protein never was known as AD player. SAVA founders just published several papers that showed that this protein can play some role in AD. But most likely these papers were fake results. If you open Wiki and ask about filamin A (FLNA) you will know that: "Filamins are a class of proteins that hold two actin filaments at large angles. Filamin protein in mammals is made up of an actin-binding domain at its N-terminus that is followed by 24 immunoglobulin-like repeat modules of roughly 95 amino acids. There are two hinge regions; between repeats 15-16 and 23-24. Filamin gets cleaved at these hinge regions to generate smaller fragments of the protein. Filamin has two actin-binding sites with a V-linkage between them, so that it cross-links actin filaments into a network with the filaments orientated almost at right angles to one another" Filamin proteins include: FLNA FLNB FLNC Over-expression of FLNA stops the regeneration of bladder carcinoma (BC) cells, by inhibiting the cell cycle and inducing apoptosis of BC cells. FLNA has also been shown to reduce the mobility and invasion abilities of BC cells." Nothing about AD and being "a scaffolding protein, in the brain." Biogen aducanumab that targeting beta-amyloid will also fail with >90% probability because Amyloid theory of Alzheimer’s disease is 100% wrong. New theory said that p-tau filaments/fibrils might be similar to prions and when neurons died they release a cloud of such prions. Adjacent neurons swallow them by endocytosis. Some p-tau aggregates escape from endosomes in... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I’ve been missing the fermented cassava dishes that I used to eat regularly in Cameroon, and I’d like to make them here in the US.
The fermentation process, traditionally, is to cut your cassava into chunks and soak in water at room temperature for 3-7 days, until it becomes soft enough to mash with your fingers. No salt or anything else is added - just cassava and water.
I haven’t had much luck with this though. The cassava does ferment. It takes on a delicious tangy smell that’s just what I’m going for, but I’ve tried fermenting it up to 3 weeks and it never becomes soft. Making fufu out of this hard cassava doesn’t work.
Cameroonian blogger Precious Kitchen suggests adding baking soda to the water if you buy your cassava in a country like the US, where it is unlikely to be fresh.
However, when I try this it just takes on a really unpleasant fecal odor after a few days, and still doesn’t soften up. Precious never provides a ratio for the baking soda, so I have no context for what the right amount to add is.
Anyone here familiar with this?
As the title says, I forgot to wash my cassava before cooking it in a pressure cooker for about 20 minutes. Is washing it post-cooking also effective? I know that cassava contains some cyanide so I don't want to accidentally poison myself by eating it if I just cooked it improperly.
Or anything with cassava! I know you just did the Egyptian bread but it's an idea for the future.