If you don't want them to fail, then why have you and your lackey hacks (the chief who has admitted to never holding a short position) been trying to bash the company into oblivion for so many years?
You think verm is a "little slow on the uptake" on the insurance reimbursement process just getting started? How about Mela management who are only NOW getting around to applying for insurance coverage years after they provided the product for sale.
Dont you believe that any intelligently run company would have done that immediately (not years after the fact and when they were on the verge of bankruptcy)?
Capt, why do you continue to desperately hold to your personal belief that I *WANT* mela to fail? I have told you a thousand times that I dont care. In fact, I have told you over and over again that I like an investment vehicle and environment wherein I can made lots and lots of money. Do you honestly not remember me saying these things to you? It is obvious you have made investing in mela way, way too personal. A hallmark of an amateur investor.
If this is personal for you, I can guarantee that if you hate me now you are going to despise me if and when this company ever turns around because I am here on the forefront to a degree you will never truly understand (nor grasp) and stand to make millions should mela suddenly become a contender in this medical genre.
So you see capt, I would love to see mela provide any news that it has turned a corner because at these prices, I could essentially buy the company. Lets all keep a good thought and hope that mela does turn around. I need the excitement and my Baby needs a new pair of Pradas.
I think the real question is, why don't we give them some time
capt has been kicking the mela can down the road for yrs now....
I tired to send the capt a care-package of green mustard by UPS delivery. Does not sound like it ever arrived.
Its funny how Capt calls Verm "educated idiot" and "slow on the uptake". If you are going to insult Verm, questioning his intelligence would not be the way to go.
(Leaking water in hotel foyers, Whole foods beer cans or Maine cotton gins seem more appropriate)
I think the real question is, why don't we give them some time to achieve what they are seeking which is, insurance approval and 3D mod software.
Apparently (much to the Dancer Man's dismay) the smart money people see something in the future or the funding would dry up.
"why is no insurance covering it," educatedidiot
I know that you are a little slow on the uptake however, there is a process and it takes time, they just submitted the application to begin the process.
"Why doesn't a deep pocketed company, investor grab the patents, assets for pocket change, dump management and create a full range business division or for that matter a stand alone company ? That in my opinion is the real question"
Because Toys R Us is just not interested.
"Q1, a few days ago, seemed to answer that, long , short or neutral MELA as an investment, most agreed with the concept and need for a device like Melafind"
Lunatic ignores all those who disagree, and concludes everyone agrees.
If everyone agrees, why are almost no derms buying it, why is no insurance covering it, and why aren't the Surgeon General, the Mayo Clinic or the American Cancer Society recommending it.
Rachael Ray and a deranged parcel delivery boy are not "most".
Q1, a few days ago, seemed to answer that, long , short or neutral MELA as an investment, most agreed with the concept and need for a device like Melafind. The FDA has agreed in principle and in fact by an approval of sorts. Management has and continues to be so narrow and unfocused , IMO , on the scale, scope and business opportunity at hand.
Why doesn't a deep pocketed company, investor grab the patents, assets for pocket change, dump management and create a full range business division or for that matter a stand alone company ? That in my opinion is the real question...........
"Remember Slim Pickens in Dr. Strangelove riding the nuke all the way down?"
I suspect he piloted that nuke better than cpt pilots his airplane.
But just to be certain, how many gold striped did Pickens have?
"fncy, you tried your very best to help him. All you got was name calling and silly accusations"
And I'm not even sure all of Fncy's dancing shoe packages were delivered on time.
Fncy: " Not only did I try to help the capt, I even invited him to research our previous success (s) by giving him the names of the stocks and the message boards to research in order to verify that we were the Real Deal"
I think cpt's downfall was that he let his 4 gold stripes go to his head.
Hey Captain Loser, neither the Surgeon General nor the Mayo Clinic say people should get tested with the MelaFind.
So to use your own words "So now you are saying that the MAYO Clinic along with the Surgeon General (also a Dermatologist) Who is the true idiot here?"
Explain how it is that you came to a different conclusion from the surgeon general and the Mayo Clinic, parcel delivery boy.
Captain Loser: "So now you are saying that the MAYO Clinic along with the Surgeon General (also a Dermatologist) are wrong along with prominent Dermatologist."
Yes, I am saying that.
It is very well established that TANNING does not cause melanoma--sunBURNING causes it. I have shown you various studies showing that, as well as geographic data (e.g. sunny Florida and Texas have very low melanoma rates while Maine and Vermont have very high melanoma rates.) If the Surgeon General says otherwise then *he* is wrong--the DATA always trumps a celebrity (even Rachel Ray) no matter how many gold stripes the celebrity might have.
As for the Mayo Clinic newsletter, I doubt it was actually written by actual doctors at the Mayo Clinic, being that I doubt anyone who said that could get into medical school. They pointed to tanning beds causing melanoma, and then noted that tanning beds produce a DIFFERENT radiation spectrum than the sun...and concluded that normal sun exposure causes melanoma. It is like saying that ingesting gasoline is harmful, then noting that water is chemically DIFFERENT than gasoline, and then concluding that normal consumption of water is harmful.
There is a long history of surgeon generals and people at the Mayonnaise Clinic, etc being wrong. For example, while the American Cancer Society *now* says smoking causes cancer, back in the early 1950s , after several major studies were released, the American Cancer Society said it was not likely smoking was harmful. Had you been an investor in a tobacco stock back then, and I told you that smoking was a major cause of cancer, you would have cited the American Cancer Society denying the link and would have pointed out that the Surgeon General (at that time) did not say the studies had any significance, and then asked me if I thought I knew better than the American Cancer Society and the Surgeon General.