day in? day out? I keep the page open.
You don't need a reason, you will make your own reason up. Obama makes me do it ... feel better?
It wont change $1.59, Brutus. Not a single penny.
Neither will Sharon nor any of the idiot bashers. It is what it is, nothing the yahoo! message board can do to stop it.
Read through my posts, smart guy. You'll figure it out.
Check out Rich Aldrich. Common thread between RA and Wellington perhaps. Wouldn't be surprised to see a private placement with participants that include but not limited to; RA Capital, Wellington, Camber, and perhaps a couple more (maybe 5 am ventures, tpg biotech). Munshi knows some of these players well. Check out the board of directors for Epirus.
You are out of your ever loving mind. This company spends more money on R&D in a year than ARNA has spent in the last 10 combined.
If they wanted Belviq they wouldn't have made a competitive product. You were aware that they have an obesity treatment of their own, right?
They could acquire ARNA and not even have to issue a press release. The deal would be so insignificant it wouldnt meet the guidelines for having to file.
feel free to send the email........................... I can handle the truth...........
Adele is a marketing person for Wellington capital. She was not a PM and knows nothing about how archipelago manages their strategies.
I did learn, however, that they are a sub-advisor to Wellington in their long-short equity strategy which ARE part of the Wellington Hedge fund offerings.
Curiosly, the archipelago LS Equity is a concentrated strategy in small-micro cap. Less than 50 names.
I CANNOT SAY FOR CERTAIN and I did not speak to anyone who would be willing to tell me ANYTHING about how they run their money, BUT, if they wanted to they could always find a very large quantity of shares to borrow.
The strategy had been VERY net short last summer, ios much less so today as the valuation in healthcare took a serious pounding in Q4 & Q1
Whether they borrow the shares or not, its immaterial.
I learned nothing about Welington and their position, sorry.
This thread had nothing to do with RA cap.
I dont know them or anything about them
I'm from another board....wondering & have a question
by caudill_98 • 3 hours ago Flag
Has Novo Nordisk looked into the only safely prescribed obesity drug approved by the FDA in the past probably 15 years? The little company that makes it is Arena Pharmaceuticals (arna)& the are selling at a price per share somewhere around $1.60.....they've had good results with diabetics as well. Just a thought they also have a great pipeline of drugs in various development stages.
Lots of penny stock speculators, like you jump from message board to message board, trying to manipulate, or advise junk stocks. Those who own NVO, seldom buy stocks with no past present and future value.
Ask yourself, why you came here?
NVO spends billions on research and buys billions dollars’ worth of stock every year.
Please try to stay on your board and see if you can break even or have lost and now what?
Netflix streaming has a movie, “Last” you may learn about investing and speculating.
Google search, “Stocks for the long run,” can be free downloaded in PDF format.
It is not the beginning of the bull market, we are close and getting closer to the end.
If you short the stock you are advising, you could learn the art of speculating.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
I said this a long time ago , and I used to post the end of day final trade to demonstrate it. This MB is roach city, I tripled my holdings and mostly ignore this board. You never see such high level of bashing on a sub two dollar stock
Ouch. Someone just kicked me in the sac. Amazing how little 325 employees are required to do to earn their keep. Arena is completely ineffective and impotent on so many levels it is mind boggling. 19 years and billions of dollars wasted with nothing to show. I bet each and every one of these Arena employees would thrive as government workers.
WOW thats scary it's almost like I said your name to often like Beetljuice!
Tell me, you can hear the voices in this fantasy of yours now can't you.
Maybe pumping and bashing are not enough. Why don't you bring in the voices of the feds who are watching you too.
The shorts manipulate the laws of supply and demand by flooding the offer side with counterfeit shares. They will do what has been called a short down ladder. It works as follows: Short A will sell a counterfeit share at $10. Short B will purchase that counterfeit share covering a previously open position. Short B will then offer a short (counterfeit) share at $9. Short A will hit that offer, or short B will come down and hit Short A's $9 bid. Short A buys the share for $9, covering his open $10 short and booking a $1 profit.
By repeating this process the shorts can put the stock price in a downward spiral. If there happens to be significant long buying, then the shorts draw from their reserve of “strategic fails–to–deliver” and flood the market with an avalanche of counterfeit shares that overwhelm the buy side demand. Attack days routinely see eighty percent or more of the shares offered for sale as counterfeit. Company news days are frequently attack days since the news will “mask” the extraordinary high volume. It doesn't matter whether it is good news or bad news.