Thursday, February 18, 2010

TapImmune Inc (TPIV) (TPIV.OB) Up 6.5%, Fueled by Stock Spam?

We have received a stock spam at Windows Live Hotmail concerning TapImmune Inc (TPIV) (TPIV.OB). TapImmune (TPIV) gained 6.52% to $0.49/share on volume of 126,675. It opened a penny higher at $0.47 and traded between its open and closing quotes. TPIV has a market cap of $18.02 million. With 36.78 million shares outstanding, volume was slightly higher than it has been on average, but is insignificant considering the absolute dollar value traded. The TapImmune spam did appear to give TPIV trading a boost since Wednesday's volume was 43,334. Volume on Tuesday was 100,600. Details of the TPIV spam follow, with the formatting the same as the original email. Notice the spelling of 'target' ("tarrget") consistent with many stock spams and the irrelevant text at the very bottom of the message.

TapImmune Inc (TPIV) (TPIV.OB)

"SmallCap secrets‏"

Health Care and BioMed Continue to Reap the Rewards!

Emerging Biomed companies are the place to be.
With the proper product and audience the returns can be out this world.
We would like to show you just such a company.

TapImmune Inc.

Syimbol: TPIV

Currrent Value: $0.46
Shorrt Term Tarrget: $1.25
Lonng Term Tarrget: $4.30

TapImmune Inc. is a biotechnology company specializing
in the development of innovative cell based immunotherapeutics
and vaccines in the areas of cancer and infectious disease.
The Company's lead product candidate, the AdhTAP vaccine enhancer
is designed to restore and augment antigen presentation and subsequent
recognition and killing of cancer cells by the immune system.

The Company is also developing a TAP based prophylactic vaccine
which initial tests indicate may increase the efficacy of targeted prophylactic vaccines by up to 1000 times.

All eyes are going to be on this Winner with a Major Awareness campaign shifting into top gear.

Keep it on your radar!

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