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Delcath Systems, Inc. (DCTH)

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    Bx
    Have known DCTH since 2004. This is the year it will likely get approved, results are stellar and safety concerns addressed because of the new design. They even released most of the p3 data a few months prior to submission to let a prospective buyer swoop in early.

    This is not a cure. It is just a treatment. But it is a treatment that will make DCTH or whoever owns this likely about 50 million a year based on the numbers, which is not too bad. Every now and then shorts will be badly burned by a biotech. This time it's from DCTH.
  • S
    SAM
    Bet nobody can explain in simple English why today's news would be bad. Thus I hold my large position
  • D
    Duke
    Just saw Warrior Trading lose over $40g on this stock on that run up. Obviously they are on the take by dropping the price below the pm open. I feel all the comments are true here after seeing such low volume pump and dump it. They could have gotten more investors in the stock if they hadn't shown their true colors as soon as it rose up. I'll reply with the video just in case it erases everything I wrote by pasting it here.
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    james
    Forget it . They will not be approved and then the stock tank to pennies again like before . Scam
  • c
    chmielinski
    Same good old Delcath. Cleaning out peoples pockets like when Nurse jenny was a CEO. Nothing changed :)
  • J
    Johnny
    I told you it would trade lower on really positive news. Total scam.
  • B
    Bx
    The phase 3 data look outstanding, the speaker list yesterday was top notch. Market is over-reacting on a mid-2022 submission, when it was expecting an early 2022 submission. I do think here that the new owners who put in 20 million will likely put this up for sale prior to FDA submission and not after, to increase the chances that someone with deep pockets can expand the platform sooner as well into new indications.

    50ish million market cap now for a likely billion dollar company soon.
  • M
    Markus
    I've been in and out of these guys over the many years. Seems the Jenny effect is lingering w a few folks. Isn't it kind of a different company today w Jenny in a distant rear-view mirror? The guy at the top seems more legit. Why is it still a scam? Feels a little more like an entry point. Haven't checked their balance sheet in a while but if they have cash in the bank to last them to 2023 this might not be a bad play.
  • G
    Guy
    Absolutely do not buy on feelings or a hunch. Do some research or you will take part in the legal reverse split process.
  • J
    Johnny
    Positive news. I am sure it will trade lower now.
  • l
    lacuesta
    I heard about DCTH the other day on (http://trademarketview.tech). It’s looking like an interesting play.
  • J
    James
    Hello new investors, if you are buying this DCTH stock, I think you should know about the this. They have implemented three reverse split already to get money from the investors. This company had 500,000,000 shares outstanding. They issued all the shares to get money for them. Now when they run out of money, they implemented reverse split so that they can issue more shares to collect money for them. They didn't care about the share holders. Then the share price went down and they run out of money again and they did reverse split again and issued more shares to collect money from share holders. This way they did reverse split three times and $100,000 worth of share became only 3 cents. Now you may ask how they implement reverse split without share holders approval. Here is your answer: usually the general share holders will vote no for the reverse split. But they have their own people inside who will buy lot of shares when the price goes down say 1/2 cents per share and they will vote in favor of reverse split. Then after reverse split they will issue more share at high price say $1 per share or say 50 cents a share to get money for them and then the price keeps going down and when the price goes to 1/2 cent or below then their own people buy those shares at cheap price and when they know that they have bought more than 50% share then the board of directors ask share holder to vote for reverse split and then their own people vote in favor of reverse split again. This keeps going and going and the general investors losing money. So, after knowing all these, if you still buy this share, it's up to you. I'm not making up stories, you can check the historical price of this stock and do research on it.
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    James
    Hello new investors, if you are buying this DCTH stock, I think you should know about the this. They have implemented three reverse split already to get money from the investors. This company had 500,000,000 shares outstanding in 2016. They issued all the shares to get money for them. Now when they run out of money, they implemented reverse split so that they can issue more shares to collect money for them. They didn't care about the share holders. Then the share price went down and they run out of money again and they did reverse split again and issued more shares to collect money from share holders. This way they did reverse split three times and $100,000 worth of share became only 3 cents. Now you may ask how they implement reverse split without share holders approval. Here is your answer: usually the general share holders will vote no for the reverse split. But they have their own people inside who will buy lot of shares when the price goes down say 1/2 cents per share and they will vote in favor of reverse split. Then after reverse split they will issue more share at high price say $1 per share or say 50 cents a share to get money for them and then the price keeps going down and when the price goes to 1/2 cent or below then their own people buy those shares at cheap price and when they know that they have bought more than 50% share then the board of directors ask share holder to vote for reverse split and then their own people vote in favor of reverse split again. This keeps going and going and the general investors losing money. So, after knowing all these, if you still buy this share, it's up to you. I'm not making up stories, you can check the historical price of this stock and do research on it
  • J
    James
    What will happen on Monday?
  • c
    chmielinski
    They have another presentation, in NYC. Guess after that stock will drop below .01, unless they do not present any positive news....
  • I
    Ivan
    sweet my position is now -99.85
  • J
    James
    Hello new investors, if you are buying this DCTH stock, I think you should know about the this. They have implemented three reverse split already (at least I faced, may be more in the past) to get money from the investors. This company selling shares to collect money for the CEO, CFO, etc..This company had 500,000,000 shares outstanding. They issued all the shares to get money for them. Now when they run out of money, they implemented reverse split so that they can issue more shares to collect money for them. They didn't care about the share holders. Then the share price went down and they run out of money again and they did reverse split again and issued more shares to collect money from share holders. This way they did reverse split three times and $100,000 worth of share became only 3 cents. Now you may ask how they implement reverse split without share holders approval. Here is your answer: usually the general share holders will vote no for the reverse split. But they have their own people inside who will buy lot of shares when the price goes down say 1/2 cents per share and they will vote in favor of reverse split. Then after reverse split they will issue more share at high price say $1 per share or say 50 cents a share to get money for them and then the price keeps going down and when the price goes to 1/2 cent or below then their own people buy those shares at cheap price and when they know that they have bought more than 50% share then the board of directors ask share holder to vote for reverse split and then their own people vote in favor of reverse split again. This keeps going and going and the general investors losing money. So, after knowing all these, if you still buy this share, it's up to you. I'm not making up stories, you can check the historical price of this stock and do research on it.
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    scamman
    After the latest reverse splits I have 2 shares that cost me 12 grand each! OUCH
  • K
    KEITH O
    Who else thinks that immediately following the expiration of the offer that this drops right back down?
  • s
    sonny
    As of November 28, 2017, Delcath Systems, Inc. had 9,387,588 shares of its common stock, $0.01 par value per share, issued and outstanding.