repackaging and relabeling. old lots will be combined to accomodate the doubled dosage. I suspect the additional doses are free, since they were sold on a per course basis.But if siga is doing the packaging, there is likely a contract change order. I recall contingent contract items for alterations due to shelf life and dosage.
The planned parenthood event today highlights why it would be extremely questionable for the US government to let the stockpile expire. In my opinion, of course.
Apologies if my response seemed rude, that was not the intent. Don't view my issue with Drod as my normal interaction. My response, said differently, is 1) I don't know the answer, but this is an excellent question and 2) this is what we should be discussing on this board. One speculative opinion that I am borrow from a previous discussion is that it would be irresponsible to let them expire, and that they are waiting until the legal issue is resolved before placing more orders. I assumed this was the plan, but you bring up a valid point on 1) why would Siga supplement a stockpile set to expire and 2) when will we know if the product will expire or be extended? I don't know
Drod-. You need to get better at reading and comprehension. I don't care what you are doing, be it buying, selling, short, or long. I care that 1) you are misinforming people on this board (see your comment :. Insiders haven't purchased shares in past 18 months) and 2) you are turning this discussion board into your own soap opera. News flash..... You are not the only one who lost money with Siga. Many people are trying to figure out how to view Siga in the future. I get you don't like Siga, but don't let that dislike impact other people trying to research. You are inserting bad data into their research. I don't care why, just stop.
Regarding your over the top, days of our lives, drama filled responses. I am not going to react anymore. I don't know you, I don't care to know you. I have no plans, at current time, to report you. You are simply a bitter person who cannot articulate your points well and seem to struggle with basic conversation. I was just warning you that if in fact your are posting these inaccurate facts to gain financially, it is a crime. I just assume your low intelligence levels are the reason for these nonsensical posts, nothing nefarious, but I could be wrong. Simply put, stop interrupting while the adults are speaking. We are trying to discuss stocks without adding noise into our research and analysis.
Yep they're going to investigate a guy who got screwed by bad management and now speaks poorly of their 70 cent a share company. That's what they're going to do. I'm shorting a company at 70 cents instead of one at 70 dollars. Do you realize how ridiculous you sound in between your desperate attempt at trying to sound intelligent. It's really embarrassing. Go ahead and contact them. See what happens genius. are you this laughable in real life all the time??
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I don't care if you are shorting a stock, buying, or selling. It makes no difference to me. Just provide data that is accurate and I will wish you the best of luck. But when you present false data to people, I will correct you every time. Thanks for finally admitting you had the 2.95 price target. Now go admit it on the PIP board and I will be through with you. Regarding the feds, only you know that answer. I have no idea what trades you have made. To be clear, call your attorney and ask, if I am trashing a stock on the discussion boards through lies and misinformation, and I hold a short position on that stock, am I guilty of a crime. The answer is yes.
LOL. Man you are killing me! Now the Feds are going to be after me! Scary. You're a regular Columbo did you know that?!? What to dig up stuff and put the pieces together! I'm shorting a 70 cent stock....BUSTED!!
YOU ARE A TOTAL MORON!! LOL. That was ME saying the price was going DOWN! Not a price target of it going UP! I was talking about how it was overpriced. WOW, just wow. What a fool you are....
Pls explain a paradox. SIGA delivered 1.3 mln courses of TPOXX to BARDA in 2013-2014. Now SIGA is going to "supplement previously delivered courses of TPOXX, at no additional cost to BARDA, with additional dosages so that all of the courses previously delivered to BARDA will be at the new provisional dosage". And we know that previously delivered courses currently have 38 month expiry. So a big chunk of already previously delivered courses will expire already in 2016. So why BARDA may ask to to supplement courses that already expired or will expire pretty soon? Does it mean BARDA is sure that expiry will be extended to 84 months very soon? What happens if there will be no expiry extention in 2016? Would BARDA just accept that Strategic Stockpile becomes empty?
I don't sound like a total fool, buy rather a concerned shareholder who doesn't want people to read your nonsense and take it as the truth. If you say you don't care about a stupid anonymous message board, then why do you continue to lie about you $2.95 projection. It is absurd. It is right in front of you. Just say you forgot or that you made a mistake, and move on. Stop passing off speculation as fact. You just said that insiders haven't bought in the last 12-18 months, but the CEO did. Your are bitter and fabricating stories to either 1) manipulated the market, which is illegal, or 2) try to get people to join you in your pity party. I don't know if people are after you, but if you shorted the stock, like your post said you did, then you posted inaccurate negative things about Siga, I would say yes someone is after you. That is illegal. It is just a matter of priority for the justice department. The more these posts surface, the more it is on their radar. I don't know your trading habits, but if you invest in a stock in any form, then provide misinformation that benefits your position, you have committed a serious crime.
Hey genius, do your research before posting more lies. CEO purchased 50k June 15 2015. That is under a year ago. Again, they are not going to pick up 200000 shares the day before a spike.