Topic Archives: Accuray (ARAY)

Andrew Snyder has been on the editorial team of a bunch of different Agora-affiliated newsletters over the years, and is now helming his own little offshoot called Manward Press — a publishing imprint that aims to help men reach “true fulfillment” by focusing on “Liberty, Know-how and connections” … though, of course, to sell newsletters […]

Lots and lots and lots of you have been asking me about the big “cancer presentation” that the Stansberry folks made last night, which apparently was a combination of Dr. David Eifrig’s medical advice and forecasting and Dave Lashmet’s hinting about his “medical breakthrough” stock… so let’s get to it. I did not watch or […]

I can be patient to the point of stubbornness, but Accuray (ARAY) has finally convinced me that they’re never going to become consistently profitable or to grow at the level that their business plan requires, so I’m closing my ARAY position today at a substantial loss. Accuray may well turn into a successful company someday, […]

Well, this is something that doesn’t happen every day: we’ve got a repeat customer for one of the stocks we teased out in the past. This is a new teaser from Karim Rahemtulla for the Xcelerated Profits newsletter, but it happens to be for a stock that was previously recommended, in a poorly timed pre-earnings […]

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    At 11:00 AM CDT Mampilly posted his earthshaking stock pick. He reworked one he had us sell in May - Accuray (ARAY). I...

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    Replying to my own post. Fellow Gumshoers, upon digging out some old paperwork which included the application sent to me...

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    Hey Trav, I owned some Accuray for a few years back in the day and took a bath as you did. You are probably aware, but I...

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    I bought Varian in 2003 and sold half 4 years later for a total gain of 17.5%. I still have the other half and I am up ...

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    Hi GS. ARAY doesn't make sense. I read an article awhile back that was complaining that the management was actually drai...

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    Steve I believe that Accuray was the first to offer SBRT. Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) is a treatment pr...

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    Here's a couple of reasons why I think that Accuray may still lead the field...not necessarily as an investment, but in ...

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    Hello Travis: Did Varian show up on your radar screen? They do a similar thing (shaped X-radiation with real time MRI i...

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    I had lung cancer, got it treated with the Cyberknife of Accuray, and have been cancer free for two years now. The treat...

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    Looks to me like Accuray (ARAY). This post is for information sharing only for your own due diligence process and is ...

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    Toyocoro: Good find. You are correct! At that 'Accuray .pdf' link you gave is the exact same 'fading lung tumor' ex-ray...

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    The image from the teaser is right from this Accuray pamphlet poste b "Guest further down on June 19, 2015: http://www....

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    Novadaq appears to be a type systems that allows you see or find the affected area...like and exray... where Accuray is ...

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    The tease mentions an award won in 2010, from ARAY site: SUNNYVALE, Calif., November 29, 2010 - Accuray Incorporated (N...

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    www.itnonline.com/article/accuray...solutions-contract-premier-inc September 9, 2014 — Accuray Inc. announced it has ...

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    Accuray Inc (ARAY) signed 3-year contracts with Amerinet and Novation in May of 2014....

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    I think it is Novadaq. It is mention in the presentation of Standsberry's pinpoint surgery that the stock they are talk...

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    Yup. It's Accuray....

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    Charles, how 'bout a link to the tout. Does ARAY fit the bill? Accuray Incorporated is a radiation oncology company. T...

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    Robert - here is my take on those three companies. But, I would prefer if one of our esteemed docs offered a more profe...

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    The boron neutron capture concept is over my head but when I read your GTAT post, it reminded me of having heard somethi...

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    Tim have you seen Cyberknife from Accuray? http://www.accuray.com...

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    Hello, Accuray makes radiotherapy machine which they call "tomotherapy". This machines treats cancer patients. The mai...

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    I,ve been with the oxford club for a number of years from personal experience the O.C. mak...

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    i am in agreement with the responders of 51 weeks ago, plus others. Have been a member of oxford from o id say 2003 to 2...

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    What do you think about Accuray?? Could be the next Intuitive Surgical, now in its first beginnings??? ...

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    Hi Travis: I noticed you have Accuray in your personal portfolio. I have owned it for several years but have been disap...

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    I have never had First Access, but have been stung by Marc Lichtenfeld when he wrote about Accuray (ARAY) for Xcelerated...

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    It's still Accuray (ARAY)... h...

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    I think Varian is a few steps behind Accuray in proton therapy technology. Varian's website has this disclaimer: ...

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    Actually....I don't think this tease is intended to be Accuray... I believe it's intended company is: Varia...

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    but could not bhet them then because "too experimental" So I went to MDAnderson in Houston rather than let local bloo...

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    I subscribe to Xcelerated Profits report and will probably NOT renew, primarily because the focus seems to be on the med...

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    Yes sorry to hear about your Mother. I recommend going to the Accuray website and check out the Cyberknife location sec...

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    I've owned both Accuray, and Intuitive Surgical. I like the tchnology. I got out of Intuitive too early...And maybe not...

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    From the Tradeking Website *PIPER JAFFRAY CUTS ACCURAY INC TO NEUTRAL FROM BUY - THEFLYONTHEWALL.COM...

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    Accuray, Inc (ARAY) Sitting at low for the year, will report earnings just before election deadline. I think it will be...

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    Cocoon; Perpetual Money Machine is a diversified mix of 8 CEF's (closed-end funds) paying 7-10% interest monthly. Ma...

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    You might be right -- they're definitely cheaper! I think the IMRT makes somewhat less dramatic claims than does ARAY's...

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